Just plan your own excursion programme in Bangkok and enjoy a full day in this wonderful city. I am glad to help you with both!
Excursion to the Talad Room Hoob Floating Market in Damnoen Saduak or in Amphawa and - on request - trip to Klong Kone. We also drive the narrow-gauge train!
Follow me to a magical place. On a 0,5 hour boat trip through the floating markets, you will experience the hustle and bustle of the merchants.
Visit the most important temple complexes of Ayutthaya, like e.g. Bang Pa In, Vihan Mongkol Borpith, Wat Chaiwattanaram, Wat Yai Chai Monkon, Wat Pananchoeng.
Enjoy the floating markets of Bangkok, the river Kwai and an adventurous train ride on the "Death Railway".
Visit the bridge on the river Kwai, the war museum and enjoy an adventurous train ride.
Half-an-hour boat trip at the floating markets. Lunch and folklore at the Rose Garden.
Experience Bangkok by Night with Bangkok Bar Crawl Enjoy 3 bars and 1 Club with an International Group of Party Lovers
EVERY WEDNESDAY IN SUKHUMVIT SOI 11
Train to the infamous Maeklong Railway Market and then explore the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, where goods from boats are sold.
Learn more about Thailand's past glory on a historic tour of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre.
Visit the monasteries.
Visit the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the capital of Siam. Treat yourself to a river cruise and enjoy the passing scenery.
Visit the impressive Wat Bang Phra Temple, famous for its sacred tattoos, and go home with one yourself.
Explore the ancient capital of Thailand and emerge yourself in Royal traditions at the summer palace of the Thai monarchs. Enjoy the Thai wat of life with us!
Visit the crazy train market and ride a boat along the canals to the floating market. End your day with an elephant ride and optional tiger encounter.
Today you'll visit the Bridge over the river Kwai and Kanchanburi province. You can bathe with an elephant and make a train ride along the ancient Burma railway
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