Bangkok

Bangkok

Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital and most populous city of Thailand Bangkok is an exciting and vibrant city of over 12 million people. The greater metropolitan area of Bangkok extends for more than 32 kilometres (20 miles) in all directions. Situated in the central plains of Thailand, on the Chao Phraya River near the Gulf of Thailand, Bangkok is Thailand`s administrative, economic, and cultural centre, as well as a major commercial and transportation hub for South-east Asia. You need not travel far in Bangkok to find the trappings of modern civilisation give way to historical treasures and traditional culture and heritage. A rich history, fabulous shopping, colourful nightlife, sumptuous food and plenty of fun. Although Bangkok, one of the largest cities in the world is crowded, fast paced and rather polluted, you can easily find the traditional and spiritual side at one of the many ancient temples.

 

One visit to Bangkok is seldom enough. A city will whet the appetite of those with an inquisitive nature and a thirst for adventure. There are unending contrasts around every corner, Bangkok is truly unique.

Day 1

Arrival Transfer from Suvarnabhumi Airport and drop off at the hotel on a Private Car

Tranfer to Pattaya

Check in at Pattaya Hotel

Free For Leisure

Over Night, Stay at the Hotel.

 

Day 2

 

08:00 hrs: Breakfast at the hotel

09:00 hrs: Coral Island Tour In Pattaya

Over Night, Stay at the Hotel.

 

Day 3

08:00 hrs: Breakfast at the hotel

09:00 hrs: Cartoon Network Amazone In Pattaya

Over Night, Stay at the Hotel.

 

Day 4

08:00 hrs: Breakfast at the hotel

09:00 hrs: Transfer from Pattaya To Bangkok (149 KM).

18:00 hrs: Chaopraya Princess Cruise Dinner

Free For Leisure

Over Night, Stay at the Hotel.

 

Day 5

08:00 hrs: Breakfast at the hotel

09:00 hrs: Dream World With Snow Town + Lunch.

Free For Leisure

Over Night, Stay at the Hotel.

 

Day 6

08:00 hrs. : Breakfast at the hotel Check-out at the hotel

Departure transfer to Suvarnabhumi Airport on a Private Car

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