Bangkok – Mekhala River Cruise
At 08.30 am, our tour guide in purple and navy blue uniform will meet and greet at the hotel lobby. Depart hotel to visit The Golden Buddha Temple,
the image of solid gold is 3 meters high and weighs 5.5 tons. On the way,
drives passing China Town, it is Thailand’s best known and biggest gold
trading center with 132 gold shops scattered along it. The others
highlight we would recommend to visit is Flowers Market or Pak Khlong Talat, the biggest wholesale markets for all kind of cut flowers and vegetables. Your second visit at Temple of The Reclining Buddha, the biggest in Bangkok, which is 46 meters long and 15 meters high of the image.
Then, visit Grand Palace, former residence of the Kings of Siam with its glittering public rooms and throne hall. The most famous Grand Palace no one could miss while traveling in Thailand, which is still used for official functions and Royal ceremonies. The Royal Chapel and The Emerald Buddha Temple in the same compound are the most sacred objects to the Buddhists of Thailand.
Lunch will be recommended at the local restaurant on own expenses
At 13.00 hours, Check in Cruise
At 14.30 hours, Start cruising up the Chao Phraya River with spectacular views of the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn. Just after the sunset, the Mekhala docks at Wat Kai Tia, a Thai temple set in a tranquil rural village. An exquisite candlelit dinner of mouth-watering Thai cuisine is served on the deck.
Nice and Sound Sleep in Cabin
Ayutthaya - Bangkok
Alms Offering can be made prior to a delicious breakfast served on board. Then depart for Bang-Pa-In Summer Palace where you will disembark and meet your tour guide at 09.00 am.
Visit Phananchoeng Temple, this monastery has no record as to its date of construction or the person causing its construction. It existed before Ayutthaya was founded as the capital. Yai Chai Mongkhon Temple, it was built by King U Thong in 1357 for meditation. In 1592 when King Naresuan defeated Burmese by killing the Burmese Crown Prince in single-handed combat on elephants, he constructed the temple is large pagoda to match the high pagoda at Chedi Phu Khao Thong which had purportedly been build by the Burmese. Phra Sri Sanphet Temple, the most important temple within The Royal Palace compound and corresponds to The Emerald Buddha Temple in Bangkok is Grand Palace, Phra Maha That Temple was built by King Ramesusn in 1384. The major construction was the high pagoda, or prang which was destroyed by Burmese invaders. When the government undertook to restore all Ayutthaya ruins in 1956, the Fine Arts Department excavated the pagoda and found a buried treasure chest containing many valuables. Chaiwatthanaram Temple, this monastery is located on the bank of The Chao Phraya River to the west of the city island. It was built by the Royal command of King Prasat Thong. The existing main Prang and Pagodas around the corners are still in good shape. Back to Bangkok and transfer to the hotel.
Thank You Very Much and See Your Smiles Again Soon
- Welcome Garland
- Natural Mineral Water and Cold Towel
- Private Car
- Travel Insurance Certificate
- Reliable First Class Services
- Exclusive Professional Tour Guide
- Admission Fees
- Alcoholic Drinks and Meals (Lunch)
- Extra Transportation
Accommodation: Mekhala River Cruise
Dress Code: Respectful dress is required at the Palace. Mini- skirts and shorts are not allowed.