Bangkok , Pattaya | 2 adults, 0 child
2 nights stay
2 nights stay
Transport From: Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok To Neo Hotel Pattaya, Pattaya
Checkin: Neo Hotel Pattaya, Pattaya
Day At Leisure
Transport From: Pattaya To Bangkok
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Visit Pattaya Elephant VillageSituated on Phonpraphanimit Road which is 145 km away from the main city, the Pattaya Elephant Village showcases the daily life of elephants and their masters. The place also offers stage shows, which demonstrate how to catch wild elephants, elephants-at-work in the jungle, elephants playing football, a grand war and elephants' parades.
Visit Pattaya Floating MarketA new tourist destination for Thai cultural conservation, the Pattaya Floating Market is situated in the heart of the Pattaya city. It was established by the owner's determination to make the place the center of tourism for cultural conservation that simulates the simple way of life of Thai people.
Checkin: The Tarntawan Hotel Surawong Bangkok, Bangkok
Activity Visit: Bangkok: Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) Self-guided Audio Tour, Bangkok
Transport From: The Tarntawan Hotel Surawong Bangkok, Bangkok To Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
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Visit The Grand PalaceEveryone who visits Bangkok should witness the majestic structures within the Grand Palace compound. You will get a feeling of the grandeur architectural style. Since the founding of Bangkok as the national capital by King Rama I, the Grand Palace remains the crucial architectural symbol of the Thai Royal family. In modern times the royal family resides at Chitralada Palace, while the Grand Palace is used for ceremonial purposes.
Visit Train Night Market RatchadaThe Train night market Ratchada is located on Ratchada Road near the Esplanade Department Store. If you wish to visit the market, it is accessible by the MRT: Thailand Cultural Centre Station, exit no 3, or you can also take bus no 63 Ko, 73 Ko, 136, 137, 172, 185, 206, 514, and 529.
Bangkok: Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) Self-Guided Audio Tour
Bangkok’s Wat Pho is home to an amazingly huge reclining (or sleeping) statue of the Buddha. Discover the wonders of this statue, the intricacies of its temple, and the history of Thai massage with this self-guided tour.
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09:30 - 11:10 | VW Touran,limo
Bangkok,Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok - Pattaya,Neo Hotel Pattaya, Pattaya
11:00 - 13:02 | VW Touran,limo
The Tarntawan Hotel Surawong Bangkok, Bangkok - Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
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Situated on Phonpraphanimit Road which is 145 km away from the main city, the Pattaya Elephant Village showcases the daily life of elephants and their masters. The place also offers stage shows, which demonstrate how to catch wild elephants, elephants-at-work in the jungle, elephants playing football, a grand war and elephants' parades.
A new tourist destination for Thai cultural conservation, the Pattaya Floating Market is situated in the heart of the Pattaya city. It was established by the owner's determination to make the place the center of tourism for cultural conservation that simulates the simple way of life of Thai people.
The Million Years Stone Park and Crocodile Park is situated at Tambon Nong Pla Lai in the Naklua area just 9 km away from the main city of Pattaya. The place is adorned with breathtaking scenery with detailed flower and rock gardens. There is a crocodile farm as well as some rare animals, including albino bears and horses.
Pattaya Beach is one of the most known beaches in Pattaya. It is a center of marine activities for those who come to rest such as sunbathing and water sports. The whole 3 kilometres along the beach is full of hotels, restaurants and souvenir shops. However, if you like a quiet atmosphere, the northern part of this beach is the best option.
A small car racetrack, the Pattaya Kart SpeedWay is situated at Moo 2, Thep prasit Road. This place is famous for small car racing. No matter if you are a beginner or a professional, you will enjoy your time here.
Pattaya Park at Jomtien Beach showcases a huge water park with giant slides and a tower with a revolving restaurant, which offers a stunning panoramic view of Pattaya city. Visitors can enjoy many playthings which offer excitement and great fun for the whole family.
Everyone who visits Bangkok should witness the majestic structures within the Grand Palace compound. You will get a feeling of the grandeur architectural style. Since the founding of Bangkok as the national capital by King Rama I, the Grand Palace remains the crucial architectural symbol of the Thai Royal family. In modern times the royal family resides at Chitralada Palace, while the Grand Palace is used for ceremonial purposes.
The Train night market Ratchada is located on Ratchada Road near the Esplanade Department Store. If you wish to visit the market, it is accessible by the MRT: Thailand Cultural Centre Station, exit no 3, or you can also take bus no 63 Ko, 73 Ko, 136, 137, 172, 185, 206, 514, and 529.
The Siam Museum is situated in ThanonSanam Chai, the Grand Palace, replacing the former building of the Ministry of Commerce. In 2006, the building was awarded with the art and architecture preservation. The museum serves as a learning centre on ethnology, anthropology, and other fields related to Thai society and Southeast Asia, to instil consciousness and understanding of the Thai people in their history, nation, culture, and localities, as well as connect close ties with neighbouring countries.
Always been the centre of Bangkok since the Rattanakosin period to the present
Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple located in Yai district of Bangkok, on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River. The temple name is derived from the Hindu god Aruna, often described as the radiations of the rising sun. Wat Arun is one of the most famous landmarks of Bangkok.
One of the most famous places to visit in Bangkok, Erawan Shrine is a Hindu shrine situated in front of Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel at the Ratchaprasong intersection in Lumphini sub-district. Thai people along with many foreigners like to visit this place and worship this famous holy object. A lot of group tours from many countries are explicitly arranged to pay homage to Phra Phrom here.
Soaring 88 stories above the Bangkok famous Pratunam, Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok offers the dynamic highest views of the city and beyond, while our luxuriously appointed guest rooms offer the ultimate in comfort and serenity. The building has 2,060 doorsteps and more than 20 elevators, especially a crystal elevator, the fastest elevator in Thailand, which can go up from the 1st floor to the 88th floor in only 80 seconds.
Magic Art Museum Bangkok is located at the 7th floor of MBK Centre. This museum is a 3D funny art gallery with lots of eye-catching things.
Rama VIII Bridge is a bridge crossing Chao Phraya River which connects WisutKasat Road and Arun Amarin Road. The bride was part of the royal project to alleviate traffic congestion from Rattanakosin Island to Thonburi. The area by the river is also an advantageous location. For one thing, the atmosphere and landscape on the bank of Chao Phraya River are beautiful. A number of important historical sites of Rattanakosin on the other side of the river can be observed; for example, Phra Sumen Fort, Bang Khun Prom Palace, the dome roof of Thammasat University and Phra Pinklao Bridge
To the northern corner of Sanam Luang stands a Monument to the Thai expeditionary force that fought in the European battlefield during World War I. After war broke out in 1914, Thailand joined the Allied Army to declare war on Germany and sent militia to Europe on 20 June, 1918. Upon their return to Thailand on 21 September, 1919, the ashes of dead veterans were taken to be enshrined here on 24 September, 1919.
Khaosan Garden asks you to open a new perspective of Khaosan Road with a new tourist attraction combining museum, library, French restaurant, cafe and bakery shop in one place. Khaosan Garden has been open since the end of 2013 after the restoration of Baan Krai Jitti. A 100-year teakwood house decorated with works of famous artists.
According to an old Thai tradition, a city pillar had to be built upon the establishment of a new city. King Rama I had the Bangkok city pillar erected near the Temple of the Emerald Buddha on Sunday, 21 April, 1782, with the city's horoscope inside. The original pillar was made of cassia wood known as Chaiyaphruek, measuring 75 cm. in diameter and 27 cm. high.
Situated on Mahachai Road, the temple was constructed in the reign of King Rama III with a mixture of Chinese architectural styles. Sunthon Phu, one of Thailand's greatest poets, had resided in this temple during his monkshood from 1840-1842.
The Wat Saket and the Golden Mount is situated on the only hill in Bangkok, and is of great significance for all followers of The Lord Buddha. 320 stairs take you up to the top for panoramic views of Rattanakosin Island.
King Taksin the Great Monument is an equestrian statue situated at Wongwian Yai Circle on Prachathipat Road. The king is portrayed with his right hand holding a sword, measuring approximately 9 metres in height from his horse’s feet to the spire of his hat. The statue rests on a reinforced concrete pedestal of 8.90 x 1.80 x 3.90 metres.
Victory Monument is located on Phahonyothin Road and was constructed in the year 1941 under the premiership of Field Marshal Plaek Pibulsongkhram in Order to praise the heroic deeds of soldiers, policemen and civilians
Thawaornwatthu or also known as Tuek Daeng. Formerly it was the royal library for monks in Bangkok established by King Rama V on October 12, 2448. Today, it serves as an exhibition hall of King Rama V's history and works.
Democracy Monument is located on Thanon Ratchadamnoen. The monument was commissioned to commemorate the 1932 Siamese coup d'etat which led to the establishment of a constitutional monarchy. The foundation was erected on 24 June 1939 during the premiership of General PibulSongkram, designed by M.L. Pum Malakul and sculpted by Sitthidech Saenghirun.
Wat Chana Songkhram is located on ChakraPong Road, Bang Lampu, Phra Nakhon District, near Khaosan Road, and Pinklao bridge, Bangkok.The history of this temple traces back to when Somdet Phra Phutta Yod Fah Chulalok Maharaj, the first king of Chakri dynasty, aimed to establish a kingdom that resembled Ayutthaya kingdom as much as he could.Wat Chana Songkhram is situated near the royal Palace.
Wat Absornsawan Worawihan is in Pak khlong Phasi Charoen, Phasi Charoen. Visitors can get to the Temple by Boat. The temple was previously known as Wat Moo and it dates back to the period of Ayutthaya kingdom. It was renovated during the reign of King Rama III.