3 Days A Glimpse Of Thailand

Damnoen Saduak

This tour is ideal for a quick and stunning journey in Bangkok and its North-west surroundings. First, you will discover one of the most famous floating markets in the world at Damnoen Saduak. Then, go back in time and immerse yourself in Kanchanaburi’s rich history. You also can stroll around the wonders of one of the former capital cities of the Kingdom, Ayutthaya. Eventually, end the trip by a leisurely cruise on the splendid Chao Phraya River, in Bangkok.

Outlined Itinerary

Day 1 (-/L/-) Bangkok – Damnoen Saduak – Kanchanaburi

Day 2 (B/L/-) Kanchanaburi – Ayutthaya

Day 3 (B/L/-) Ayutthaya – Bang Pa In – Cruise to Bangkok

Day 1
Day 1 (-/L/-) Bangkok – Damnoen Saduak – Kanchanaburi

Early morning pick-up from your hotel in Bangkok (within the city) and depart for Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. There, you will see traditional Thai lifestyle that reflects Thailand’s history. Continue to Kanchanaburi Province to visit the Allied War Cemetery and JEATH War Museum (i.e. a replication of a prisoner of War Camp containing photographic memorabilia). After lunch at a local restaurant, head down to an elephant camp for a ride on the elephants (2 pax per elephant on a saddle), followed by a gentle sail over the Kwai Noi River on a bamboo raft. Proceed to the hotel at Home Phutoey River Kwai Resort.

Day 2
Day 2 (B/L/-) Kanchanaburi – Ayutthaya

After breakfast, visit the Hellfire Pass Memorial, a part of the Death Railway that was built out of the rock using forced labour during World War II. Nowadays there are no trains running on this stretch of the line; but visitors can walk along it and visit the museum dedicated to all Allied prisoners of war and Asian labourers who suffered in the Asian Pacific region during World War II. Continue to Ayutthaya via Suphan Buri: you will surely notice the stunning sceneries near the Burmese border; it is dominated by fertile farmland and jungle-clad mountains. En route, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Arrive in Ayutthaya where the rest of the day is at leisure for exploring.

Day 3
Day 3 (B/L/-) Ayutthaya – Bang Pa In – Cruise to Bangkok

After breakfast, head to some of the most famous temples in Ayutthaya, such as Wat Srisanpetch, Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, and Wat Chai Watthanaram; some of which are among the most beautiful in the area. Proceed to Bang Pa In, the former summer residence of the kings of Ayutthaya built in the 18th century. The Royal Palace lies amidst beautiful and extensive park grounds, in an exotic combination of Thai and European architecture. The Thai pavilion was built in the middle of a lake and will certainly catch ones’ eye while the Chinese-style palace Vihat Chamrun will impress sightseers by its grandeur. Board on a beautiful cruise for lunch and enjoy a relaxing cruise down the fabled Chao Phraya River to Bangkok. Upon arrival in Bangkok, you be transferred back to your hotel (expected arrival time is approx. 17:00)

Program could be subject to change due to local conditions.
Non-Refundable for unused services; splitting of Package is not allowed

Tour price includes

  • Transfers & tours as mentioned in the itinerary, by private air conditioned car/minivan/coach with a local English-speaking guide
  • Baggage handling
  • Entrance fees at the mentioned sites
  • Accommodation at the mentioned hotels (or similar)

Tour price excludes

  • Activities and meals that are not mentioned in the above itinerary
  • Optional tours
  • Expenditure of a personal nature, i.e. laundry, telephone bills, drinks, souvenirs, etc.
  • Price does not include extra charge for the elephant ride for passengers weighting more than 80 kilos (one elephant will carry a maximum of 160 kilos per ride)
  • Gratuities

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