Duration: 5 days 4 nights.
Bangkok is as intoxicating as it is diverse; a melting pot of exotic aromas, interesting sights and visual delights. It’s a city with infinite layers which you need to explore to reveal its hidden secrets. If you’re planning a trip to Bangkok, make sure you have enough time to see some of the treasures that has given this city iconic status, i.e at least three to five days.
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Day 1: Bangkok – Khao Yai (L)
In the morning you will picked up from your Bangkok hotel and transferred for a visit of Thailands biggest milk farm at Phak Chong and further to Khao Yai National Park for a little hike to the famous waterfall of Nakhon Nayok. Later check into a hotel close to the National Park for overnight.
Day 2: Day Khao Yai – Nakhon Ratchasima (B / L)
After breakfast you will leave the National Park for Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), where you will see, how the famous Mutmee Silk is produced. Afterwards visit Dan Kwiang, a village famous for its ceramics, before you proceed to Phanom Rung, to see the ruins of the famous Khmer- style temple. After lunch in a local restaurant, you will visit the most important templesites of the Angkor period at Phimai. The temple- complex is similar to Angkor Wat and was once connected to it by a road. It is about 100 years older, though. In the afternoon, return to Nakhon Ratchasima for overnight.
Day 3: Nakhon Ratchasima – Lopburi – Ayuthaya (B / L)
In the morning, you will pay a visit to Wat Salaloi with its boat-style ordination hall. Proceed onwards to Saraburi, where Phra Buddha Bat, a highly revered, alleged footprint of the Lord Buddha is waiting for your visit. Go on to Lopburi and take a walk through Sampakarn Park, with its many wild monkeys. After lunch in a local restaurant, commence to Ayuthaya, to visit famous ruins like Wat Mongkol Bophit, Wat Sri Sanpetch and Wat Mahathat with their impressive Buddha statues, all part of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. Overnight in Ayuthaya.
Day 4: Ayuthaya – Kanchanaburi (B / L)
After breakfast at the hotel, you will visit Wat Pa Lay Lai in Suphanburi before driving to Kanchanaburi. After arrival, pay a visit to the War Museum, the War Cemetery and the notorious Bridge over the River Kwai. After lunch, continue by car and boat to check-in at the hotel. Dinner will be followed by traditional Mon- dances. Overnight at Kanchanaburi.
Day 5: Kanchanaburi – Bangkok (B / L)
In the morning, join a short hike to explore the mystical Lawa Cave. This cave is one of the largest in Thailand and located near the river. Your guide will show you some of the fascinating rock formations inside. From there you will continue by car to visit the Hell Fire Pass Memorial. After lunch stop at Nakhon Pathom – the oldest city of Thailand – with its giant pagoda, the highest Buddhist building in South East Asia, before crossing the Chao Phraya River to proceed to your hotel in Bangkok or the airport.
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