This exclusive tour brings you out of Bangkok to visit the rural and authentic Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak. Not only seeing, but you are able to experience riding one of these boats along the canal. After the floating market, you will visit the Rose Garden where you can enjoy unique Thai cultural experience. pavilion stations such as traditional weaving, rice farming, traditional Thai games, bamboo dancing, Thai martial arts, garland making, traditional pottery, traditional Thai kitchen, umbrella painting, Thai herbal compress making, Thai boxing and much more.
About 70 km north of Bangkok, Ayutthaya was the second ancient capital of Siam. Founded on 03 April 1350 and ended on 7 April 1767, Ayutthaya had a long history of 417 years. Take an air-conditioned coach to explore the Bangpa-In Summer Palace and the magnificent temples in Ayutthaya. Enjoy a fascinating river cruise trip back to Bangkok with International buffet lunch on board.
With this full day tour, you will have the opportunity to see the floating market at Damnoen Saduak with a long-tailed boat ride along the winding canal and then visit to the main landmark of Bangkok - The Royal Grand Palace with Emerald Buddha (so called Wat Prakaew).
A nice day tour from Bangkok to combine the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and the Thai-Burma Death Railway Bridge over the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi. Thailand's floating markets are among the most-photographed destinations in the country. The river and 'klong' markets give a realistic glance of how daily life must have been in earlier times. Continue to visit the Bridge over the River Kwai, best known for its Death Railway Train since World War II.