Bangkok City Tour

Itinerary Bangkok-Ayutthaya-Pattaya 21th May 2023 5 Days 4 Nights

Day 1Dubai international airport-Suvarnabhumi International Airport- The Temple of the Emerald Buddha- Wat pho- Chao Phraya River

02.50 am                      Depart from Dubai International Airport

12.15 hrs                         Arrive at Suvarnabhumi International Airport

12.30-13.30 hrs         Have a lunch at restaurant

14.30-16.00 hrs        Check in at 4 or 5 star hotel

16.00-19.00 hrs         Visit asiatique the riverfront is a gigantic shopping venue on the bank of the Chao Phraya River. It modified the former port warehouse of the East Asiatic Company, and the colonial-style structure is according to the culture of the reign of King Rama V the Great. It is divided into four zones: Charoen Krung District with more than 1,000 shops selling souvenirs and decorative products.Enjoy a leisure and have dinner as pleasure.

Day 2 The temple of the emerald buddha-Wat pho- Museum Siam-Jodd Fairs

08.00 hrs                     Breakfast at hotel

08.30-10.30 hrs         Head to The temple of the emerald buddha is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Thailand. Located in the historic centre of Bangkok and within the grounds of the Grand Palace, the temple enshrines Phra Kaew Morakot (the Emerald Buddha), the highly revered Buddha image meticulously carved from a single block of jade.

10.40-12.40 hrs          Continue to Wat pho It is a first class royal Temple and is an ancient temple.Wat pho has a large reclining image,on the sole of each foot, there are 108 auspicious images decorated with pearls. At this temple, locals and tourist from places around the world come to get Wat Pho massages.You can get, a traditional massage and a foot massage.These massages are some of the highest quality in Thailand and even the world.

12.50-13.50 hrs             Have a lunch at restaurant

14.00-16.00 hrs            Visit Museum Siam presents a permanent exhibition called “The Accounts of Thailand” featuring the long history of Thailand to enable visitors to realise and learn about the thousand-year-old riddles of Suvarnabhumi, the factors contributing to the golden era of Siam and the various conditions affecting it before becoming Thailand as it is today.

16.30-19.30 hrs           Visit Jodd Fairs night market is arguably one of the best night markets in Bangkok, located in the Rama 9 neighbourhood. Home to over 700 different stalls, the market has plenty to offer from food to drinks to clothes. The market is easily accessible via public transport, and is a great place to head for some dinner and drinks while you’re in Bangkok. It’s one of our favourite spots in the city. Enjoy a leisure and have dinner as pleasure.

20.00 hrs                          Return to hotel

Day 3National Museum-Tha Maharaj-Wat Arun- Wang Lang Market

08.00 hrs                          Breakfast at hotel

08.30-10.30 hrs         Visit National Museum reveals the History of Thailand And how people lived during the different periods. It gives you a view through the windows of the past. The National Museum, located on the opposite side of Sanam Luang to The Grand Palace, was established in 1887 by King Rama V.

10.40-12.20 hrs            Visit Tha Maharaj unique location makes it the perfect base from which one can explore the extremely historical neighborhood it is in. Next to it is Phra Chan Market, known nationwide as amulet central. A 15-minute walk away is the Grand Palace with Wat Pho and Museum Siam further down the road.

12.40-14.20 hrs           Visit Wat Arun is located on Arun Amarin Road on the Thon Buri side of the Chao Phraya River directly opposite Wat Pho. It is a temple that has existed since the Ayutthaya period. There was a construction of a large pagoda that is 82 metres high and 234 metres wide. It was completed in the reign of King Rama IV the Great, and changed its name to Wat Arun Ratchawararam like it is still called today.

14.30-17.00 hrs               Visit Wang Lang Market is located on Wang Lang Road near Siriraj Hospital. It is a source of various food, e.g., savoury food, desserts and fruit, including various types of appliances, new era literary bookstores, as well as stores selling clothing, shoes, fashion bags, and second-hand items.

17.30-20.00 hrs               Enjoying a buffet dinner on this cruise on the Chao Phraya River.

20.30 hrs                              Return to hotel

Day 4

08.00-10.00 hrs                Breakfast at the hotel

10.30-15.00 hrs                 Visit Central world mega-shopping complex in Bangkok offers one of the most exciting shopping experiences in the Thai capital. It has everything from brand-name clothing boutiques, funky fashion, high-tech gadgets,bookshops and designer furniture to imported groceries, a lineup of banks, beauty salons, gourmet eateries and even an ice-skating rink.

16.30-20.00hrs                  Visit  Wat Mangkon Kamalawat  considered to be the largest and most important Chinese house of worship in all of Bangkok, sits in the heart of Chinatown and is busy all year round with the devout stopping by with offerings and prayers. Comtinue to ChinaTown is the largest Chinese community in Thailand. The Chinese began to trade with the Thai people since the reign of King Rama I the Great, which the commercial centre was around Ratchawong Pier. Later, in the reign of King Rama V the Great, roads were built to promote  trade, and the King graciously bestowed the name Yaowarat Road. At present, Yaowarat Road is known by tourists worldwide as a source of popular street food. There are restaurants both inside buildings and set up along the road.

20.30 hrs                                Return to hotel

Day 5

05.00 hrs                      Check-out and Tranfer you to Suvarnabhumi International Airport

06.00 hrs                            Check-in Process

09.30 hrs                            Depart from Suvarnabhumi International Airport

13.00 hrs                             Arrive at Dubai International Airport

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