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Bangkok is heart of Thailand, the land of golden temples. With this full day tour, you can experience as well as learn more about cultural features which have been exist in centuries.
ITINERARY IN BRIEF:
See Bangkok's iconic floating market and Grand Palace through this full-day tour.
7.00 -9.00 AM: Meet your guide and depart for the pier.
9.10 AM: Take a long tail speed boat for Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.
9.45 AM: Visit Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, one of Thailand's most popular floating markets.
12.00 PM: Make our way to the Grand Palace (lunch is not included - but plenty of food stalls within the vicinity).
13.00 PM: Visit the Grand Palace and The Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew)
15.30 PM: Tour ends. Be transferred back to the meeting point.
You will go straight to the pier for begging the tour. You will take a long tail boat to go to Floating Market.
You will have more 30 minutes to feel the gentle breeze while sitting on the boat, follow the flow of the canal.
Damnoen Saduak can be considered the most famous floating market when people say about floating market in Thailand. The market has a lot of goods, from fruits, fishes to traditional food. The market is a tourist attraction and a place where visitors can buy souvenirs and discover the beauty of Thai people's life. Here, you will have plenty of opportunities to take beautiful photos, saving the cute moments in the country of elephants. Don’t forget to taste some delicious foods!
Then, you will explore a must-see destination of Bangkok, Grand Palace. The royal palace in Bangkok, is a complex of Chitralada Palace, the national monastery of Wat Phra Kaew, Chakri Mahaprasad, the Royal Palace and Huy Hoang Palace. The Royal Palace is a good example of combining traditional Thai architecture with Western style. It was built in 1782 with a total area of 218,400 square meters.
You will be surprised by the harmonious architectural style between the East and the West in the architecture of this place. That ceremony is also the reason why this place is frequently used by kings as a resting place for royalty.
The Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew is located inside Grand Palace. It is considered like one of the most important temples in Thailand. It is famous for a dark green statue by emerald. The king changes the cloak around the statue three times a year, in the summer, winter, and rainy seasons. People believe that this will bring good fortune to their country.
The tour finishes, you will come back to Bangkok.
71.40 (per person)