Bangkok Packages Tour - Thing to Do in Bangkok
Half Day Excursions
City & Temples Half Day Excursion
Wat Pho
Wat Pho
Tour departure : Daily from Bangkok hotels
Duration (approximate): : 08.30 am. – 12:00 am. & 01.30 pm. – 05.00 pm.
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : No
Seat-in-coach tour : Daily in English (minimum 2 persons)
Private tour : Minimum 1 person
Language : All major foreign languages
From several magnificent temples in Bangkok, the three most unique ones are Wat Traimit, Wat Pho, and Wat Benchamabophit. Wat Traimit houses a striking 3-meter tall Golden Buddha image - a gleaming, 5-ton figure of solid gold. Wat Pho, which features the largest reclining Buddha image in Thailand, and the Chedi of the kings, is Bangkok's oldest and largest temple. Finally there is Wat Benchamabophit, a fine modern Thai temple constructed from white Carrara marble with ornate crossbeams decorated with lacquer and gold.
Colors of Bangkok- Cycling Tour
Cycling Tour
Cycling Tour
Tour departure : Daily from Recreational Bangkok Biking Ltd.’s office
Duration (approximate): : 08.00 am. & 01.00 pm. (4 hours)
Transfer from/to hotel included : Optional with surcharge
(without guide assistance on SIC tour)
Meals included : None
Seat-in-coach tour : Yes (minimum 2 / maximum 8 persons)
Private tour : Minimum 1 person (max. 8 persons per group)
Language : English
“Colors of Bangkok” is a 4-5 hour bicycling tour through the metropolis Bangkok. The trip is about 25 – 30 kilometer long and the distance traveled can be adjusted to the condition of the participants. Every healthy person who is able to ride a bicycle can join this trip. During this trip, which holds a maximum of 8 people per group only, participants get to see the huge differences this metropolis has to offer. We will visit a local Buddhist temple complex, a sweatshop making sandals or other items, take a short boat trip across the Chao Praya river in a longtail boat, see not only luxurious villa’s and apartments but slum houses and the people living there as well, see an open-air Muay Thai school (kick boxing), a Burmese style (Mon) built Chedi, a local elementary school, ride through the greenest area of Bangkok and recognize the plants, you might have at home, only here they are bigger. During the trip we will stop about every hour to rest and to provide you drinking water or a soft drink.

Bicycles used are all imported, U.S. designed, 21 speeds, full suspension mountain bikes. Note: Visit of the above mention schools will be skipped if closed.

Jim Thomson House
Jim Thomson House
Jim Thomson House
Tour departure : Daily from Bangkok hotels
Duration (approximate): : 09:00 am. – 12:00 am. & 01:00 pm. – 04:00 pm.
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : No
Seat-in-coach tour : N/A
Private tour : Minimum 1 person
Language : All major foreign languages
One of the best examples of traditional Thai residential architecture and a breathtaking collection of Southeast Asian art are exemplified in a house built by an American national. Nonetheless, Jim Thompson’s House is one of Bangkok’s more popular destinations for visitors – and deservedly so. Jim Thompson, who was born in Delaware in 1906, fell in love with Thailand while posted as an intelligence agent in Bangkok during WWII. He later made it his permanent home and started a business supplying fine Thai silk to overseas fashion houses, single-handedly saving what had been a dying cottage industry.

His silk company continues to flourish today. With the proceeds of his success, Thompson collected an impressive range of art works, and sections of derelict teak houses, assembling them into a teak house/museum complex set in a lush garden alongside central Bangkok’s Saen Saep Canal. The main house is full of tastefully displayed Asian art and curios including Buddha images, paintings, ceramics and antique furniture. The living areas have been preserved as they were when Thompson lived there before his mysterious disappearance in Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands while on holiday in 1967. Near the entrance there is a newly-built Thai restaurant and bar plus a sizeable boutique selling quality silk items, books and prints.
Ancient City Half Day Excursion
Ancient City (Muang Boran)
Ancient City (Muang Boran)
Tour departure : Daily from Bangkok hotels
Duration (approximate): : 08.30 am. - 12.00 am. & 01.30 pm. - 05.00 pm.
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : No
Seat-in-coach tour : N/A
Private tour : Minimum 1 person
Language : All major foreign languages
The Ancient City, also known as Muang Boran, is both entertaining and historically interesting. This 320-acre outdoor museum is an architectural reflection of Thailand's glorious past. Nearly a hundred of the country's most important historical landmarks and monuments, including palaces and temples, have been reconstructed as miniature replicas. Muang Boran also houses several ethnological displays of artifacts and antiques, including rural arts, ancient tools, and hunting equipment, evidence of the long-term survival of a native culture.

The Ancient City is located on the old Sukhumvit Highway, about 33 km east of central Bangkok. To move around the park, golf cars or bicycles can be hired, and private vehicles are also allowed.

Full Day Excursions
Bangkok Behind The Scenes
Bangkok Behind The Scenes
Bangkok Behind The Scenes
Tour departure : Daily from Bangkok riverside hotels and hotels located in walking distance of a skytrain station.
Duration (approximate): : 09.00 am. - 04.30 pm.
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : Dim Sum Lunch
Seat-in-coach tour : N/A
Private tour : Minimum 1 person
Language : All major foreign languages
TOURCODE: BKKBSF
09.00 am. Our guide will meet you at the lobby of your hotel. Walk to the nearest skytrain station and travel to the Chao Phraya River. Embark on a public taxi boat to Tha Tien pier. Take a ferry boat across the river to visit Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn). Then continue to Bangkok’s oldest temple (founded in the 17th century), Wat Pho with its Reclining Buddha. King Rama III turned the temple into a center of learning, making it in essence Thailand's first university.

Walk back to the pier and depart by taxi boat towards Memorial Bridge and the largest flower and wet market of Pak Klong Talat. Here you find a dazzling display of orchids and flowers grown in the cooler northern regions of the country as well as vegetables and fruit on sale. A short tuk tuk ride brings you to Bangkok's vibrant Chinatown district. Ready yourself for a unique experience at a typical Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant. Take in the atmosphere and try some of the local delicacies! Explore Pahurat Market, located more or less in the heart of “Little India”. This is the place to shop for fabrics, clothing and wedding keepsakes.

In Thailand, it is customary, that guests invited to a wedding reception receive some small memento of the occasion. Along Pahurat road will see numerous shops sell them by the dozens in hundreds of varieties. Then continue on foot to visit Sri Gurusingh Sabha Temple, where local Sikhs come to worship and walk through Sampang Lane, a labyrinth of small alleys. Here you will find a large variety of stalls and shops selling cheap clothing and household goods. Walk along Yaowarat Road located in “The Heart of Chinatown”. The street is lined with gold shops, Chinese herbalists, food stalls selling a large variety of snacks, household goods, incense and just about everything else. Continue to Ratchawong pier and return by taxi boat to Taksin Bridge and by skytrain back to your hotel.

** Note : For guests staying in hotels which are not in walking distance to a skytrain station or a boat pier the tour can be arranged at a surcharge.
Klongs, Grand Palace & Vimanmek Mansion
Vimanmek Mansion
Vimanmek Mansion
Tour departure : Daily from Bangkok hotels
Duration (approximate): : 07.30 am. - 03.30 pm.
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : Thai set lunch
Seat-in-coach tour : N/A
Private tour : Minimum 1 person
Language : All major foreign languages
TOURCODE: BKKBSF
Among the best ways to explore Bangkok is by boat. A cruise along the Chao Phraya River - the city's lifeblood - and the canals of Thonburi on the east side of the river, reveals scenes at odds with the bustling, modern inner city. Visitors get a glimpse of the serene and simple lifestyle of riverbank dwellers. This picturesque view is what earned Bangkok the title of "Venice of the East." En route, stop at the Royal Barge National Museum and Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn, one of the most attractive temples in Thailand.)

The Grand Palace is one of the most beautiful samples of an ancient Siamese court. It used to be the residence of the Kings of Bangkok. Here you will see palaces which were used for different occasions: the Funeral Palace, the Reception Palace, the Throne Hall, the Coronation Hall, the Royal Guest House, and Wat Phra Kaew, the beautiful Emerald Buddha Temple.

(Note: The entire Grand Palace is closed during special royal ceremonies and during visiting heads of state), while other buildings are always closed on Saturday / Sunday and public holidays, during special ceremonies and on Buddhist Holidays. A calendar for visiting the Palace and Temple of the Emerald Buddha can be viewed on the web-site of the Bureau of the Royal Household at: www.palaces.thai.net/calendar/calendar.htm

A Thai set lunch will be served at Supatra River Restaurant. In the afternoon, visit Vimanmek Mansion. Vimanmek Mansion was the first permanent residence in Dusit Garden, built in 1900 by the royal command of King Rama V. The mansion was in fact his former Summer Palace. The celebration for the completion of Vimanmek Mansion was held on March 27, 1901. King Rama V moved from the Grand Palace to reside in Vimanmek Mansion for 5 years.

After his death, the Vimanmek Mansion has not been used as a royal residence and has been used as a place of storage by the Bureau of the Royal Household for the past 50 years. King Rama VII ordered a few renovations to the Mansion. For example, he ordered the installation of electrical wiring and repairs to the main pier at the man-made lake in the garden. In 1982, Her Majesty the Queen asked for His Majesty’s permission to renovate the Mansion to be used as a museum to honour King Rama V by displaying his photographs, art and artefacts to commemorate royal visits to Europe as well as to exhibit Thai handicrafts to serve as a showcase of the national heritage for future generations.
Evening Excursions
Siam Niramit - Journey to the Enchanted Kingdom of Siam
Bangkok Behind The Scenes
Siam Niramit
Tour departure : Daily from Bangkok hotels
Dinner / Showtime : 06:00 pm. - 07.30 pm. / 08.00 pm. - 09.20 pm.
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : Optional buffet dinner at surcharge
Seat-in-coach tour : Joint transfers without guide service are arranged by the theatre with pick up from major city hotels only. Min. 2 pax
Private transfers : Minimum 1 person
Language (show) : English
TOURCODE: BKKSND, BKKSNS
Siam Niramit - Siam, the Kingdom whose history, customs and civilization have transcended time. The land of beauty and cultural treasures that have descended down through centuries. Rejoice the glory of ancient Siam and fascinated by the wonder and grandeur of Siam Niramit, Siam - the Enchanted Kingdom.

The Theme: Travel back through time into the history and culture of the Kingdom of Siam. You will be amazed and captivated by
Journey Back Into History:
Travel back into ancient civilizations and be stunned by splendid and diverse cultures that become the roots of the distinctive Thai ways of life.
Journey Beyond Imagination:
Karma, deeds of Mevit and Sin, destines where our spirits will be in the next lives. The dramatic portrait of the three Worlds of Hell, Heaven and Mythical Forest will just take your breath away.
Journey Through Joyous Festivals:
To ascend to Heaven, Thais hold merit-making Festivals through our the year. You will be delighted by variety of wonderful, colorful and joyous festivities and celebrations.

What was life like in old Siam? Find out for yourself at the Thai village where the unique architecture, music and costumes are revived. And not only can you see how Thailand delicate and ornate handicrafts are made, you try to create them yourselves! Savor the world-famous flavors of Thai cuisine at Sawasdee Restaurant. The delicacy of each Thai dish is elegantly presented and complimented by the charming ambience of traditional Thai decor.

Remark :
- BKKSND - Show including buffet dinner
- BKKSNS - Show excluding buffet dinner
Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise On The Wanfah
Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise On The Wanfah
Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise On The Wanfah
Tour departure : Daily from River City pier
Duration (approximate) : 07:00 pm. – 09:00 pm. (from / to River City pier)
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : Thai Set Dinner or Thai Seafood Dinner
Seat-in-coach tour : Available from hotels in the city center (without guide assistance) (minimum 2 persons)
Language : English
TOURCODE: BKKDCWT, BKKDCWS
After a full day of sightseeing and shopping, treat yourself to a relaxing dinner cruise aboard the Wanfah and enjoy the breeze while passing the illuminated sights along the Chao Phraya River. Dinner is accompanied by a live traditional Thai music and Dance performance. Meals are served to the tables and there is a choice between Thai set and Seafood set menu. The cruise departs nightly at 19:00hrs from River City pier and last for 2 hours.
Thai Boxing
 Thai Boxing
Thai Boxing
Tour departure : Daily from River City pier
Duration (approximate) : 07.00 pm. – 09.00 pm. (from / to River City pier)
Transfer from/to hotel included : YES
Meals included : Thai Set Dinner or Thai Seafood Dinner
Seat-in-coach tour : Available from hotels in the city center (without guide assistance) (minimum 2 persons)
Language : English
TOURCODE: BKKTBX
The vicious styles of Thai boxing, which utilizes almost every part of the body to fend off an opponent, is what makes the sport unique from world boxing. Boxers are allowed to punch, kick, shove, and push by using their feet, legs, fists, knees, and elbows to attack the opponent above, as well as below the waist.

Before the start of any match, each boxer performs a pre-fight ceremony to honor and show respect for their trainers, religion, and the sport itself. The ceremony involves a special kind of dance, accompanied by strident Thai boxing music, and the shouts of gamblers in the stands, betting on the outcome.

Thai Boxing at Ratchadamnoen Stadium: every Monday and Wednesday at 06.00 pm., Thursday at 05.00 and 09.00 pm., and Sunday at 04.00 and 8 pm. Thai Boxing at Lumphini Stadium: every Tuesday and Friday at 06.00 pm. and Saturday at 05.00 pm.