Half day excursion

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Half day: 1

1. Grand Palace & The Emerald Buddha Temple

Half day tour: 4 hours

Visit to the Grand Palace, one of the most beautiful examples of an ancient Siamese Court. It was built in 1782 by King Rama I at the beginning of Chakri Dynasty. The palace, which was the former residence of the Kings of Thailand, is now reserved for Royal ceremonies and state occasions. Within the palace compound you will visit the magnificent Royal Chapel, Wat Phra Keo, which house the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand, The Emerald Buddha. Afterwards, enjoy sightseeing drive in Bangkok old city before returning to the hotel.

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Remarks: The following dress codes are strictly enforced.

  • Sleeveless, tight, or see-through blouses are not permitted.
  • Shorts, miniskirts, short skirts, culottes, tight trousers or leggings cannot be worn.
  • Skirts must be cover knees and trousers must be with full length to cover ankle.


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Tel: +66 2216 5783

Half day: 2

2. Bangkok Canal & Flower Market

Half day tour: 4 hours

A launch trip along the bustling Chao Phraya River and canals to enjoy picturesque scenes of typical Thai canal life. Along the way, you will see canal grocery stores, houses on stilts. Then visit Wat Arun, the spectacular Temple of Dawn. The present temple was built on the site of the 17th century, which served as palace and royal temple when Thonburi was the Thai capital.

Wat Arun is among Bangkok’s most recognized landmarks and appears on numerous tourism publications. End the cruise at Pak Klong Talad Flower Market, where you can stroll amongst the colourful display of the country’s exotic flowers.  Afterwards, re-board your minivan for return transfer to hotel.

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For more information and reservation, please directly contact our agency.
Email: sujinda@seatoursthai.com
Tel: +66 2216 5783

Half day: 3

3. City & Temples

Half day tour: 4 hours

A tour of the capital, featuring three enchanting temples; Wat Trimit, where houses the Golden Buddha image, weighting five and a half tons, dated back to the 700-year old Sukhothai period. Next visit to Wat Po, which is one of the largest and oldest temples in Bangkok and is home to more than one thousand images, as well as the Reclining Buddha image. Afterwards, visit Wat Benchamabopit, or the Marble Temple is named for the gleaming white Carrara marble (from Italy) of which it is constructed. The most modern and one of the most beautiful of Bangkok’s royal temples.

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For more information and reservation, please directly contact our agency.
Email: sujinda@seatoursthai.com
Tel: +66 2216 5783

Half day: 4

4. The Ancient City

Half day tour: 4.5 hours

The Ancient City was built to serve as a tool to encourage people of the country to learn about the history of their own country. Founded by Mr. Lek Viriyaphan whose motivation and ideal had long been cultivated by his philosophical mind, the place was aimed to make national traditions and culture which are the foundation of Siamese civilization known to the world.

In the area of 200-acre, you will see the numerous reproductions of palace halls, temples, stupas, stone sanctuaries and traditional houses which were duplicated from the original and also were created from historical evidence. You can also see several reconstructed historical buildings that were removed from the real site, authenticated communities with their daily chores and sample villages from all regions of the country.

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For more information and reservation, please directly contact our agency.
Email: sujinda@seatoursthai.com
Tel: +66 2216 5783

Half day: 5

5. Damnernsaduak Floating Market

Half day tour: 5 hours

Begin with a scenic drive from Bangkok to visit two rural markets located 110 km west of Bangkok. First stop will be made at a unique market at Mae Klong which, part of the market is on the rail tracks. Every morning till late in the evening, this market springs to life selling a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood, snacks, and clothes and accessories. However, what makes the market unique and exciting is the fact that a train will run through the market 8 times a day, every day of the week.

Continue drive to Damnernsaduak, enjoy a fascinating boat ride with an interesting glimpse into local daily life, orchards, traditional teak houses, floating water hyacinths – snapshots of local people by the river and more. Disembark at the floating market, free time allows you to stroll along the small canals filled with small flat boats jockeying for position, expertly paddled by mature ladies ready to stop and bargain at a moment’s notice. Afterwards, re-board your minivan for a return trip to Bangkok

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For more information and reservation, please directly contact our agency.
Email: sujinda@seatoursthai.com
Tel: +66 2216 5783