Once again a wonderful night, we bothed enjoyed it very much, can recommend to anybody.
Doing what: Bangkok Dinner Cruise on the Chao Phraya River
Very good. Ou tour guide was exceptional, very good English and very knowlegable.
Have done this trip before and as always excellant.
This is a great tour. It gives you a chance to get out of the city and have a look at some of the country which is so different to Bangkok. Yes, the markets are quite commercial but interesting anyway. A great way to spend a morning.
We really enjoyed the visit to the Summer Palace. It is a very interesting place. The tour of the Ayutthaya Temples is interesting but make sure you take a hat and water. You only see a small area so it does not take a lot of time. The trip back to Bangkok by boat was very relaxing and enjoyable. The buffet lunch was good and has enough variation that everyone can find something to eat. I appreciated the commentary as we travelled back to Bangkok. It is good to know what the buildings and places are that we are passing while the boat travels down river. This was a good tour and nice way to send a day.
Excellent day with long tail speedboat ride, walk across bridge, train ride etc. Great value for money
Very interesting visit to a unique place. Even though the floating market has been considerably commercialized to cater to tourists, one can get a good appreciation of how it would have been before a few decades. The cultural show in the Rose Garden center is of a high standard that matches the production standards of a Las Vegas show. Overall, a highly enjoyable tour.
Highly enjoyable and informative tour.
Donna, was a Very cheerful guide. Comfortable bus. Pleasant day. No complaints.
Once again I loved this trip. Have been 3 times as I have taken different friends to see it, and they all enjoyed it as well
Well worth the time. Guide was excellent, full of knowledge that he was eager to share.
Included an additional stop to see how sugar was made from coconut.
Great for a quick view of a lot of temples. Tour provided a lot of information in a short amount of time. Boat ride back to Bangkok was surprisingly nice, large buffet lunch was served. Again, lots covered during the boat ride.
The grand palace visit was excellent although it was rushed and very brief.
The sites themselves were quite interesting, and I would recommend the tour as essentially a "must do" in Bangkok. However, the guide, who was a freelancer, though technically competent, was not all that engaged. He "knew his stuff," including the best spots to take pictures, which was very helpful, but seemed to be somewhat "burned out," and probably should have retired some time ago. That said, his knowledge was still quite high and it was possible to get a lot from the tour even without his full engagement and enthusiasm.
Of the four hours on this trip only 40 minutes was spent in the Royal Palace - more time was spent at a gem factory which we were taken to without notice. In retrospect I could have visited the palace by myself without taking this tour.
Completely not what I thought I'd signed up for.
Guide was trying to fit in as many Thailand experiences into 1 day as possible.
I was under the impression that we would be able to enjoy and learn about the Khao Yai National Park during our trekking, but the guide walked so fast that we soon got lost from the group because we stopped to read the signage. Guide did not provide much information about anything.
Also, doing the trekking through the park should be done in the morning when the day isn't so hot. I ended up getting heat stroke.
There should also be a disclaimer on this trip about how many stairs that participants will need to go up and down. A lot of people had trouble with these.
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