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Combine a visit from Bangkok to Ayutthaya—the UNESCO-listed ancient capital of Siam—with a riverboat trip on the Chao Phraya River. An informative guide highlights Thailand’s fascinating history as you explore Ayutthaya temples, stone ruins and Buddha statues in the old capital of Thailand, which was ransacked by invading Burmese in the 18th century. This full-day tour includes lunch and returns you to Bangkok by boat.
Take a memorable ride on the Thailand–Burma Railway, also known as the Death Railway for the thousands of POWs and forced laborers who lost their lives building it during World War II. On this day trip from Bangkok, you’ll visit the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery and the Jeath War Museum, and hear moving war stories from your guide. Then ride a long-tailed speedboat down the River Kwai where you’ll have a view of the famous bridge.
Visit the ancient home of the Siamese kings on a full-day, private tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya, a former imperial capital and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the ornate Bang Pa-In, or Summer Palace, a Buddha image in a Bodhi tree, and historic temple complexes, then take a slow boat ride around Ayutthaya island. This full-day tour accommodates up to eight people, and includes all activities and round-trip transport from centrally-located Bangkok hotels.
Benefit from personalized attention on this private tour of Ayutthaya and the Damnoensaduak Floating Market. You can take your time exploring in the company of your dedicated guide, learning about the UNESCO-listed Ayutthaya through commentary tailored to your interests. Step aboard a longtail boat for a tour of the floating market, where you can see local residents going about their daily life.
See the top sights in Bangkok with a professional guide who shares key details about each place you visit along with the history of Thailand’s capital city. Your guide makes it easy to navigate popular sightseeing destinations including the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, the Golden Buddha Temple (Wat Traimit), and Chinatown. Stop for lunch at a scenic riverside restaurant, and have time to browse the shops in Chinatown.
Go beyond Bangkok city limits and gain a deeper understanding of life beyond the capital as you explore the floating markets of Damnoen Saduak. Travel by long-tailed speedboat as a guide unpacks the secrets of these 19th-century canals built by King Rama IV. Over the course this 6-hour day trip, you'll cruise past vendors selling freshly picked produce, handmade sweets and interesting souvenirs.
This customizable private tour showcases the best of Bangkok and beyond. Follow your personal guide through some of the city's top attractions, including the Summer Palace, Grand Palace, and Floating Market. Explore some of Bangkok's most vibrant neighborhoods, sample local cuisine (own expense), and wander the shops and sites with a local who offers insight and information along the way.
The island of Phuket is known for its stunning white-sand beaches but the island is also bursting with culture and history. Take a guided tour around the island to discover some of its most beautiful beaches, Siamese architecture, Buddhist temples, and the Big Buddha made of marble. This tour is ideal for first-time visitors who want to know more about the island’s culture.
Explore Phuket’s natural beauty and culture on this guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, visit top attractions like the massive Big Buddha statue and sacred Wat Chalong temple. Visit a cashew nut factory, stop for photos at Windmill Viewpoint, check out picturesque beaches—and learn all about Phuket from an informative local guide as you go.
A local Thai guide introduces you to some of the most captivating sights in Bangkok and beyond on this private, full-day tour. First, depart the bustle of the city for the serene rice paddies of the countryside on a visit to the famous Damnoen Saduak floating market, where merchants sell fresh produce from traditional wooden boats. Back in the capital, visit three of Thailand’s most distinctive temples and see highlights of the magnificent Grand Palace complex.
A historic capital first built in the 14th century, Ayutthaya is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must for many. Say goodbye to long, stressful bus journeys on this convenient small-group guided tour. See Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, the summer home of Thai kings, explore the ruins of ancient Ayutthaya, and opt to visit the Ayothaya Floating Market & Elephant Village. All entrance fees are at your own expense.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya is a must-visit day trip destination from Bangkok. This tour is the easy way to get there as you won’t have to worry about catching a bus on your own. You’ll spend a whole day touring the archaeological sites, palaces, and temples of the former capital of Thailand. The tour includes a delicious lunch and a river cruise back to Bangkok.
This half-day Chiang Mai temple tour explores the most famous and picturesque of the city’s 36 Buddhist Wats, the perfect introduction to Northern Thailand’s cultural and religious capital. Experience Chiang Mai’s most visually stunning Buddhist temples, including the gorgeous 600-year-old Wat Phrathat Doi Sutep atop the 5,300-foot (1,615 meter) Doi Suthep Peak, plus plenty of great photo-ops. The tour includes the services of a guide, entrance fees, air-conditioned transport and hotel pick-up and drop-off from central Chiang Mai.
Thailand is driven by the Buddhist faith and some 26,000 wats, or temples, dot the landscapes of this southeast Asian nation. Take a private tour of three significant Bangkok temples, including the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho and marvel at the religion that permeates the culture and traditions of this city.
Chiang Mai has an abundance of beautiful and historic Buddhist temples, and this 3.5-hour tour takes you to some of the most interesting and revered in Thailand’s second largest city. Climb the staircase to the mountain temple of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep and visit Wat Chedi Luang, among others. Upgrade your tour for a private guide.
Skip the crowded tour buses and explore the historic Thai city of Ayutthaya at your own pace on this private guided tour from Bangkok. In the company of just your party and a guide see such attractions as Ayutthaya Historical Park and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, and enjoy an included traditional Thai lunch.
Visit the top sights of Koh Samui with ease on a full-day tour with your own private guide. Travel in comfort by air-conditioned vehicle to important temples including Big Buddha Temple, Wat Plai Laem, and the temple with the mummified monk. Take in the spectacular scenery from Lad Koh viewpoint, see Namuang waterfall and the Grandmother-Grandfather rock formations, and have a Thai lunch at a beachside restaurant.
Make the most out of your tour to Bangkok's Grand Palace by traveling with a guide, who will provide in-depth information on its history and architecture. You'll have plenty of time to ask questions as you explore; you'll also visit the must-see Wat Phra Kaew, the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. Choose whether you'd like to add Bangkok hotel pickup and drop-off, which makes this a flexible option.
Visit the Ayutthaya temples on a cultural day trip from Bangkok, it's a highlight of any Thailand visit. The tour to the ancient capital of Siam includes a trip by riverboat, a must-do activity when you're in Bangkok, with close-up views of the temples and historic sites that line the Chao Phraya River
Visit two of Bangkok's top cultural attractions—the Damneon Saduak Floating Market and Ayutthaya—on this full-day tour from Bangkok. You'll be able to immerse yourself in Thai culture and cuisine through guided commentary and tastes of the many Thai specialties available there. Food tastes include tom yum, mango sticky rice, tropical fruit, and coconut sugar candy.- Ride a long tail boat to Damnoen Saduak floating market- Marvel at Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and the royal palace grounds- Journey to Wat Mahathat, one of the oldest and most significant temples- Transportation via comfortable air-conditioned vehicle- Convenient pickup and drop-off in Bangkok- Learn about Thai culture and cuisine through guided commentary.
Immerse yourself in the history of World War II during this tour to the Bridge on the River Kwai from Bangkok. Listen to in-depth guided commentary that tells the history of the bridge itself, and learn more about the events surrounding the POWs by visiting a war museum and a POW cemetery. Additionally, you’ll ride along the tracks of the Death Railway, walk across the bridge itself, and take a long-tailed speedboat ride on the river.
A great choice for first-time visitors to Bangkok, this tour touches on the city’s most revered temples. First, visit the Grand Palace, which was home to Thailand’s royal family until 1925. Next up: Wat Phra Kaew, (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), which is considered the most important temple in Thailand. You’ll also take a boat ride to the Temple of Dawn.
Visit the magnificent City of Chiang Rai on a full-day tour from Chiang Mai City. Enjoy the flexibility of a profesionall guide throughout the day as you visit the famous Long Neck Tribal Village, White Temple of Wat Rong Khun, Golden Triangle, Mae Sai and more, with a break for lunch in a local restaurant. This 12 hours tour from Chiang Mai includes pickup and drop-off at city hotels, lunch, and entrance fees, and it’s a fun, personal way to explore the sites of northern Thailand. • Exploration of Chiang Rai's must-see sights in 1 day • Visit the famous Long Neck tribal village • Panoramic landscapes over magnificent Mekong River • Pivotal Golden Triangle bordering Thailand, Myanmar & Laos • Informative, friendly and professional guide
Beat the crowds and see a spectacular sunrise from one of Chiang Mai’s highest points during an early-morning tour to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. This unique tour offers you the chance to experience an alms-giving ceremony in the early morning and explore the famous temple without daytime crowds. Plus, a former-monk guide provides insight into Thai culture and the Buddhist religion.