Limited to 20 persons (the 20 first paid registrations will be taken into account).
Duration: 4 hours
Dress Code: Appropriate dress code with long sleeves shirt & long pants
Important Note: Visitors are required to present passport to entry to the Grand Palace regarding to the national security regulations.
The best attraction of Bangkok has putting together for you to visit in a half-day as well as a great fun experience to drive from hotel to through the main boulevard, ChinaTown, Flower Market and drop off at the Grand Palace complex to visit the house of Emerald Buddha complex and Royal Palace. Then, take a short walk to the river pier to board on an express boat to visit the folk life of people along the canal. Take an opportunity to feeding the river Cat-fish with a huge school at the local temple. After this, cruise down to South of the city to the River City Pier. Disembark at the River City. Then, board on a coach to drive back to hotel.
Have a great fun!
Open to all participants : 70€ per person - Upon registration only before June 4th - click here to register or contact our team (see contact on registration page)
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Bangkok is known for its non-stop vibrant life, however it started as a small trading centre and port on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River about 200 years ago. It has now turned into a city that never sleeps, where culture meets technology and the exotic meets the international. When in Bangkok you can have a taste of everything. Below is a short list of the top things to do, visit, and see when in Bangkok, and there is so much more!
The Grand Palace consists of several incredible buildings, one of the most popular ones being Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), which is home of the very famous and beloved Emerald Buddha.
This magnificent temple is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. It is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River and is quite different from most temples due to its unique architecture.
A traditional market, where goods and food are sold from boats. If you are on the lookout for fresh fruit, coconut water, and freshly prepared local dishes, this is the place to visit.
Incredibly vibrant, dynamic, and home to the most gold shops, Bangkok’s China Town is an experience worth having.
This temple is most famous for the giant 46-metre long statue of a gold-covered reclining Buddha. Wat Pho is also one of the leading schools for massage in Thailand, so a great place to enjoy one.
For the adventurous attendee, you can have a taste of the more exotic flavours that the street food stalls offer: scorpions, grasshoppers, larvae—just take your pick!