Virtual map of Thailand
- Chiang Rai
- Chiang Mai
- Hua Hin
- Cultural and Historical
- Entertainment Programs
Arrive in Bangkok. Meet-and-greet by the company’s representative.
Each tourist gets a gift from our company: an orchid necklace, branded bag, local SIM card, and a folder with essential information.
Transfer to the hotel. During the transfer each guest is offered a bottle of still water and a cool towel.
Check-in at the hotel at the separate counter. Each guest is offered a complimentary soft drink. Leisure time.
An evening cruise of Chao Phraya. Mae Nam Chao Phraya (“the King’s river”) flows through Indochina and is the major river in Thailand. Its feeders head in the north of the Kingdom and the estuary is at the shore of the Gulf of Siam on the South China Sea. It is the estuary of the river where the Thai navigation history started several centuries ago. Traditional flat boats, barges loaded with rice, Chinese junks and posh restaurant boats offering fantastic delicacies ply the King’s River.
Dinner is served on a double-decked pleasure craft. The company representative greets participants and announces the program of the event. During the evening, the guests can take pictures with Bangkok’s most famous sights in the background and dance to music performed by a band.
Breakfast at the hotel.
The Heart of Siam. This guided tour includes visit to the Royal palace, Emerald Buddha temple and the temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho). Built in the 16th century, Wat Pho is regarded as the oldest temple in the city. The temple features a 46 m long, 15 m high statue of the Reclining Buddha. Viewpoints from the 77th and 84th floors of one of Asia’s tallest hotels, Baiyoke Sky, offers a breathtaking bird’s-eye panoramas of Bangkok. A buffet-style dinner will be served on the 77th floor. Visits to Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium and jewelry and souvenir mall are also included in the program.
Return to the hotel. Leisure time.
Breakfast at the hotel.
Visit Bangkok’s famous zoo - Safari World. The park is comprised of two zones – the Safari park and Marine Park. Safari World was opened in 1988 and now it is the most popular zoo in Thailand. Guests enjoy exciting shows of orangutans and seals, see a lake brimming with red carp, admire walruses, capybaras, leopards and lemurs, and feed bananas to giraffes. After lunch, guests attend a fantastic dolphin show.
In the evening, guests are invited to visit Siam Niramit. This is Thailand’s must-see show, being a world-class performance and excellent introduction to Thailand’s history, culture and traditions. In addition, the show is set on a stage listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s highest, and features 150 actors dressed in over 500 mesmerizing costumes. The three-act performance is accompanied by state-of-the-art special effects which give the show both a realistic and magic touch.
Dinner is included in the program. Return to the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Optionally, shopping – transfer to Bangkok’s major malls will be provided..
Lunch at the hotel. Free time to get ready for gala dinner.
Our gala dinner takes place in a riverfront restaurant offering a breathtaking view over Chao Phraya and nighttime Bangkok. The fabulously illuminated capital will make an indelible impression. The program includes music, entertainment, a presentation by the company representative, buffet dinner, transfer and guide services.
Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out at a separate counter, Transfer to the airport.