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Thailand: Charms of Siam
Tour starts at Starts from USD 345 per person

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Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights

"Sawadee ka". Immerse in charms of the land called Siam! Effortlessly blend-in with the locals and breathe in a familiar atmosphere of a tropical city. At the same time, discover what makes Thailand's culture distinctly beautiful among its neighbors, through their temples, palaces and food.

Rates are per person and in USD (min. of 2 pax)

HOTEL ROOM CATEGORY
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT
TWN SHARING
5 STAR
Centara Grand at Central World Deluxe Room 755 495
Amari Watergate Deluxe Room 
575
429
Berkley Hotel Luxury Room 465 385
4.5 STAR - 4 STAR
Pathumwan Princess Hotel Deluxe Classic 499 389
Ambassador Hotel Bangkok Deluxe Room 510 396
Centrepoint Pratunam Grand Deluxe Room 465 379
3 STAR
Bangkok Palace Hotel Superior Room 415 349
2 STAR
Vince Hotel Bangkok Pratunam Superior Room 405 345

INCLUSIONS:

  • Roundtrip airport transfers (Sit-In-Coach basis) 
  • Three (3) nights accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Half-day bangkok city temple tour (Sit-In-Coach basis) on Day 2

EXCLUSIONS:

  • Airfare
  • Airport & Hotel porterage
  • Services of a tour guide
  • Tips and Gratuities (not compulsory) 
  • Any incidentals or items of personal nature incurred such as mineral water, table drinks, laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • Any meals and/or services not mentioned in this quotation

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • No reservation or booking has been made yet. Confirmation of flights, hotels and sightseeing tours are still subject to availability at the time of request for a reservation
  • Rate quoted is per person and in US Dollars, subject to prevailing foreign exchange if the settlement is in Philippine peso
  • Rate provided is applicable for bookings with a minimum of 2 pax (adult) and only for the indicated travel period. Otherwise, the rate for this itinerary is subject for recomputation and is available upon request
  • Rate is applicable for Philippine Passport holders only
  • Standard Hotel check-in time is 1400H and check out time is at 1200H. Early morning check-in and late check-out are on request basis only and subject to room availability. 
  • Rajah Travel Corporation reserves the right to make adjustments on the tour schedule due to any fortuitous events
  • It is understood that this request for travel arrangements is subject to existing policies on travel reservations of hotels/ tour operators/ theme parks as adopted by Rajah Travel Corporation
  • Other services, items, and meals not stated in the inclusions will be charged to and settled by the guests
  • Please note that we will be requesting a copy of the valid passport of each passenger prior to making any travel arrangements
Day 1 Arrival Bangkok

Upon arrival at the airport, meet and greet then transfer and check-in at hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight at hotel in Bangkok.

Day 2 Bangkok City Tour (B)

After breakfast at hotel, proceed to a half-day Bangkok City sit-in-coach tour. First, Visit Wat Traimit where house the most sacred The Golden Buddha image weight 5.5 of tons of pure gold and located near china town area. Next, visit Wat Phra Chetupon Vimol Mangklararm RajWara Maha Viharn (Wat Pho) which houses the biggest Reclining Buddha image. The image was made of stuccoes bricks gilded with gold leaves. This statue is 46 meters long, with the dimensions at the face of 15 meters high and at each foot of 3 meters high and 5 meters long. This temple is known for the first medical school in Thailand. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight at your hotel. 

Day 3 Charms of Siam (B)

Breakfast at hotel. Visit the places you want to go to in Thailand. You may opt to experience the local transportions to reach your destination. Otherwise, if you prefer to relax and ensure a hassle-free vacation, check-out our 'optional tours' for our recommended experiences with hotel pick-up and drop-off. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4 Departure Bangkok (B)

Rise and shine! Have your breakfast and prepare for your flight. You have time to go around until check out. Wait for the arrival of your airport transfer, in time for your flight back to Manila.

End of Tour.

 Rates are per person and in USD (min. of 2 pax)

Tour Title Activity Duration Description PRICE
Bangkok Canal Trip 

0830H-1300H

or 1300H-1730H

This tour is basically a klong (canal) tour because there is no longer an active or genuine floating market due to the modernization of Bangkok. The trip start early morning to take a boat ride (long-tailed speed boat or big express passenger boat) along the Chao Phyra River. Proceed to the west bank of the river then turn into small canals, attraction of this trip is the scenery along both side of the river: the contrast between high modern buildings and small typical Thai houses along the river. Beautiful Buddhist temples are also located along both banks of the river. The trip can include a stop Wat Arun the Temple of Dawn. This klong tour can also be done in the late morning or early afternoon. It is one of the most interesting and funfilled ways of exploring Bangkok. The short trip on the Chao Phyra River or along any of the numerous klongs (canals) that criss-cross the city will give fascinating glimpse of the bustling and vital life centered on Bangkok’s waterways. River tripping is one of the oldest and coolest forms of local travel and can come as a welcome respite from the heat and congestion of Bangkok’s streets 35
Suan Sampran with Patom Organic Village 

 0900H- 0400H

Open everyday

Within the 50-acre riverside oasis, multitudes of interesting activities are available to ensure your stay with Suan Sampran is as pleasant as possible. There are numerous activities available and things to do at Suan Sampran that evolve around Nature, Thai Culture and Health. All the activities that you encounter within the property provide you with meaningful experiences and memories to take back with you. If you are in Thailand on holiday or otherwise, Suan Sampran is the perfect hub for discovering Thailand and its traditional values, for connecting yourself with nature and for enhancing your wellbeing. Patom Organic Village Our brand’s emphasis on traceability lead us to create Patom Organic Village, where you can follow the journey of raw materials from farm to product. Follow the routes of our seasonal ingredients, which we source from our network of farmers. Walk in the footsteps of our farmers, crafters, and artists to understand the process of design from our ancestors to present day, and how we integrate traditional knowledge and local wisdom to create Patom lifestyle products. Our open factory concept will show you the work that goes into our food, body care and lifestyle products before they make their way to Patom Organic Living stores. Open everyday 09:00 am – 04:00 pm. Each paying guest will receive 4 complimentary coupons to join the following organic workshops and take home self‐made souvenirs. RICE FARMING AND PROCESSING RICE BODY SCRUB, OR HERBAL MASSAGE OIL, CLAY WORKSHOP, OR WEAVING WORKSHOP THAI DESSERT OR HERBAL TEA

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Ancient City  0830H-1300H or 1300H-1730H The only open museum in Thailand. The Ancient City (Muang Boran) is located 33km east of Bangkok along the old Sukhumvit Road. This is an open air exhibition of precise replicas of historic and cultural buildings and the structures from all parts of Thailand. On a 200-acre plot of land, the prime historical attractions in Thailand can be found here. Famous temples, castles, stupas, etc are laid out according to their geographical locations on the map. A driveway winds through the vast compound passing all the exhibits which visitors can view from the comfort of their cruising cars, or step down to tour the inside of any individual exhibits at will. The main attraction is the magnificent replica of Sri Sanpetch Prasat, the most beautiful building of the Ayuthaya period, which was burnt by the Burmese. It is painstakingly rebuilt here from the long research through historical documents. Many of the beautiful sites of Thailand, which have already disappeared, can also be found here like a real place.

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Rice Barge Cruise  1400H-1800H This is another interesting trip along the waterways in Bangkok. Commencing with a cruise along the river and canals by motor launched then board a comfortable converted Rice Barge slowly towed by motorboat along the canal to see the nice scenery along both side of the canals during the late afternoon where 10 tropical of in season, peanuts and welcome drinks are served. Soft music and open bar system on board the boat assures you a pleasant journey through the late afternoon (cruise time 15.00-17.00hrs) 45
Damnern Saduak Floating Market + Suan Sampran + lunch  0730H-1730H The tour starts early in the morning with a 1.5hrs drive along the southern highway passing through the major salt production area of the country. (80km from Bangkok on the southern route) Here is the venue of the world famous floating market of Thailand. From dawn till mid-morning, a multitude of farmwives paddle in with fruits, vegetables, and other products for bartering or selling until the main canal is choked full of sampans carrying every edible plant imaginable. En route, visit coconut plantation and to see how Coconut sugar is being made. The visitors will enjoy boat trip and very unique scenery along both sides of the canal. All kinds of food, vegetable and fruits are available. After the floating market proceed to Nakorn Pathom to visit the Pathom chedi, the country’s oldest and largest Buddhist pagoda. Phra Pathom Chedi, the Nakorn Pathom chedi is 127m high, the highest Buddhist monument in the world. The pagoda marks the first center of Buddhist learning in the Thai peninsular, which started about one thousand years ago. The monastery also houses a museum containing many Davarati artifacts. There is also the former country palace of King Rama VI, an interesting complex of teak castle, built in the style of English country house. After Pathom Chedi, drive further to the Suan Sampran Within the 50-acre riverside oasis, multitudes of interesting activities are available to ensure your stay with Suan Sampran is as pleasant as possible. There are numerous activities available and things to do at Suan Sampran that evolve around Nature, Thai Culture and Health. All the activities that you encounter within the property provide you with meaningful experiences and memories to take back with you. If you are in Thailand on holiday or otherwise, Suan Sampran is the perfect hub for discovering Thailand and its traditional values, for connecting yourself with nature and for enhancing your wellbeing. Patom Organic Village Our brand’s emphasis on traceability lead us to create Patom Organic Village, where you can follow the journey of raw materials from farm to product. Follow the routes of our seasonal ingredients, which we source from our network of farmers. Walk in the footsteps of our farmers, crafters, and artists to understand the process of design from our ancestors to present day, and how we integrate traditional knowledge and local wisdom to create Patom lifestyle products Our open factory concept will show you the work that goes into our food, body care and lifestyle products before they make their way to Patom Organic Living stores. PATOM ORGANIC VILLAGE OPEN DAILY 09.00 HRS TO 16.00 HRS Each paying guest will receive 4 complimentary coupons to join the following organic workshops and take home self‐made souvenirs. RICE FARMING AND PROCESSING RICE BODY SCRUB OR HERBAL MASSAGE OIL CLAY WORKSHOP OR WEAVING WORKSHOP THAI DESSERT OR HERBAL TEA 81
Damern Saduak Floating Market + Pathom Chedi + Sam Pran Elephant Show and Crocodile Farm + lunch + shows  0730H-1730H The tour starts early in the morning with a 1.5hrs drive along the southern highway passing through the major salt production area of the country. (80km from Bangkok on the southern route) Here is the venue of the world famous floating market of Thailand. From dawn till mid-morning, a multitude of farmwives paddle in with fruits, vegetables, and other products for bartering or selling until the main canal is choked full of sampans carrying every edible plant imaginable. En route, visit coconut plantation and to see how Coconut sugar is being made. The visitors will enjoy boat trip and very unique scenery along both sides of the canal. All kinds of food, vegetable and fruits are available. After the floating market proceed to Nakorn Pathom to visit the Pathom chedi, the country’s oldest and largest Buddhist pagoda. Phra Pathom Chedi, the Nakorn Pathom chedi is 127m high, the highest Buddhist monument in the world. The pagoda marks the first center of Buddhist learning in the Thai peninsular, which started about one thousand years ago. The monastery also houses a museum containing many Davarati artifacts. Proceed to Sam Pran Elephant Show and Crocodile Farm, buffet lunch is served and see the amazing Elephant Shows and Crocodile wrestling shows 81
Damnern Saduak Floating Market + River Kwai Bridge + lunch  0730H-1830H The tour starts early in the morning with a 1.5hrs drive along the southern highway passing through the major salt production area of the country. (80km from Bangkok on the southern route) Here is the venue of the world famous floating market of Thailand. From dawn till mid-morning, a multitude of farmwives paddle in with fruits, vegetables, and other products for bartering or selling until the main canal is choked full of sampans carrying every edible plant imaginable. En route, visit coconut plantation and to see how Coconut sugar is being made. Continue to River Kwai Bridge, located 130km southwest of Bangkok, it was during the mid 50s when the World War 2 movie “Bridge over the Rive Kwai” came upon the world that Kanchanaburi gained the dubious distinction as being the locality of the infamous Death Railway. This Bridge and Railway built through the rugged Kanchanaburi jungles to Bruma by the Japanese Army claimed the lives of over 16,000 Allied prisoners-of-war. Kanchanaburi is a province of lush, green jungle, and beautiful river, apart from the very well known Bridge over the River Kwai. Take the Train ride along the Historical Rail road track pass by the Viaduct, lunch at the restaurant by the Kwai River, then visit Hell Fire Pass, the place where the mountain was cut through by hands of the forced labourers to lay the rail road track, visit the Museum. Return back to Bangkok 107
AYUTHAYA – the old capital  0830H-1730H Ayuthaya was the capital from 1350 to 1767, when it fell to the invading Burmese army. Total destruction was wrought on Ayuthaya to prevent a resurrection. The Thai, however, regrouped outside Ayuthaya and in a short time drove off the Brumese occupation force. Fifteen years later, the new capital of Bangkok was built with Ayuthayay as model. The red brick ruins of Ayuthaya Grand Palace and principal temples have been restored so that outstanding architectural features can be discerned. The main stop will be Wat Mongkhol Bopit, which houses the largest bronze Buddha image in Thailand. The image was partially destroyed during the sacking of Ayuthaya, and was recently restored and venerated as the symbol of the unconquerable fighting spirit of the Thai. The ruins on the right side entrance into Wat Mongkol Bopit is Wat Phra Si Samphet the principal royal temple. Later generation architectures had reconstructed the design of the temple from historical records and built the replica at the Ancient City outside Bangkok. The museum houses collections of various artifacts, gathered from the ruins around the old capital. The artifacts have been methodically categorized into the various periods to which each piece of artifact belongs. The periods range back as far as the first Sukhothai period with Davarati influence. There are also gold and silver Ayuthaya ornaments of superior workmanship on display. The tour programme includes a visit to Bang Pa-In Summer Palace. Located on the banks of the Pahsak River downstream from Ayuthaya the summer palace was built in the reign of King Rama IV. A clutter of buildings, in Thai, Italian, Victorian and Chinese architectural styles stand around a palatial pond. The palace was a favourite summer resort of King Rama V. The Chinese imperial buildings is said to e of the same design as the in the Chinese Imperial court with all the prefabricated parts custom-made from China. The Thai pavilion on the island in the middle of the pond has been copied as a Thai entry in many international expositions 84
Kanchanaburi + lunch  0800H-2000H Located 130km southwest of Bangkok, it was during the mid 50s when the World War 2 movie “Bridge over the Rive Kwai” came upon the world that Kanchanaburi gained the dubious distinction as being the locality of the infamous Death Railway. This Bridge and Railway built through the rugged Kanchanaburi jungles to Bruma by the Japanese Army claimed the lives of over 16,000 Allied prisoners-of-war. Kanchanaburi is a province of lush, green jungle, and beautiful river, apart from the very well known Bridge over the River Kwai. Take the Train ride along the Historical Rail road track pass by the Viaduct, lunch at the restaurant by the Kwai River, then visit Hell Fire Pass, the place where the mountain was cut through by hands of the forced labourers to lay the rail road track, visit the Museum. Return back to Bangkok 100
Dreamworld (Theme Park) + lunch  0830H-1700H Visit Dreamworld – the land of world-class happiness, only 10km from Don Muang International Airport. At Dreamworld you will experience spectacular atmosphere, have fun with numerous rides or enjoy exciting shows at its four lands of dream – Dreamworld Plaza, Dreamworld Garden, Fantasy Land and Adventure Land. Also be thrilled by the Hollywood Live Action Show. Buffet lunch will be served in the park where you will enjoy unlimited rides. 59
Safari World & Marine Park + lunch  0830H-1700H Come face to face with thousands of rare and endangered spices roaming freely in their natural habitat. Watch zebras graze, ostriches dance and young animals frolic right before your eyes. Daily feeding shows bring you up close to hungry lions and tigers ... Get ready for an exhilarating and unforgettable experience for everyone in the family. There are also 9 amazing shows to catch daily in Marine Park, Ski Show, Dolphin Show, Sealion Show, Bird Show, Hollywood Cowboy Show, Elephant Show, Orang Utan Show and the World’s most spectacular live action show. 73
 The National Museum

0830H-1300H

or 1300H-1730H 

The museum, opened in 1928, is the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia, and houses major collections of pre-historic and Buddhist art. Thailand’s artistic treasures of Ban Chiang, Dvaravati, Lopburi, Sukhothai, Ayuthaya and Ratanakosin periods are of particular interest. A historical landmark itself, the museum was originally the palace of the “Deputy King” of Thailand. The old palace, built in 1782, contains the ethnological exhibits, including elephants kowdahs, royal furnishings, weapons, porcelain and funeral chariots. The Buddhaisawan Chapel in the museum grounds contains well preserved murals depicting the life of Buddha and the second most important Buddha image in Thailand – the Phra Buddha Sihing. 37
Suan Pakard Palace 

0830-1300H

or 1300H-1730H

The palace was opened to public by the late Princess Chumbhot of Nagara Svarga. A prominent patroness of fine arts and archaeology; she passed away in 1987. The princess was also the founder of Thailand’s foremost public art gallery, the Bhirasri Institute which is the principal venue for public exhibitions of all forms of artistic expressions : paintings, sculptures, dramatic arts, etc. At Suan Pakard Palace, the princess had set up one of the most impressive collections of Thai objects, arts and artifacts. The palace ground also bears testimony to the exquisite taste of the princess, who was an amateur botanist. Inside the compound of the palace, lush shrubberies and graceful trees borders the expansive, undulating lawn which leads to shimmering lotus ponds. Dignified teak mansions, built high on sturdy teak columns, as lived by Thais of noble birth, stand unobtrusively in tree grove 33
Jim Thompson’s House

 0830H-1300H

or 1300H-1730H

The late Jim Thompson, a famous American World War 2 veteran, was the founder of the Thai silk and cotton industry. He made the fabric world renowned as a fashion fabric for haute couture, and settled down to live as a native. He built his famous Thai home by genuine parts taken from several old upcountry houses. The traditional layout of the interior and the overall compound had religiously been followed, down to the freely grown tropical garden plants on the ground. Having travelled widely in Asia, Thompson had built an outstanding collection of rare artefacts of Asia in general and Thailand in particular. Thompson disappeared without a trace in Malaysia during the 70s. His home where he used to entertain the likes of Somerset Maughm is now administered by a foundation 37
Sam Pran Crocodile Farm & Elephant Shows  0930H-1630H A short drive out of Bangkok takes guests to Sam Pran near to the Rose Garden - the home of the largest crocodile farm in the world. Get up close and watch a daredevil show between man and beast. You will be able to view over 30,000 of these fascinating creatures, from tiny babies to giant reptiles. This is a spectacular half-day trip. Enjoy the amazing Elephant Show and Crocodile wrestling shows 78
 Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise by Chao Phyra Princess  1830H-2230H A cruise along the legendary Chao Phraya River and some canals on the Thon Buri side is the most pleasant way to explore the city once dubbed "Venice of the East" The majestic charm of the Chao Phraya adds perspective to your exploration of the city's premier attractions. 37
Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise by Grand Pearl Cruiser 

1830H-2230H

(Thurs-Sun only)

A cruise along the legendary Chao Phraya River and some canals on the Thon Buri side is the most pleasant way to explore the city once dubbed "Venice of the East" The majestic charm of the Chao Phraya adds perspective to your exploration of the city's premier attractions. 49
Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise Manohra Barge  1830H-2230H A cruise along the legendary Chao Phraya River and some canals on the Thon Buri side is the most pleasant way to explore the city once dubbed "Venice of the East" The majestic charm of the Chao Phraya adds perspective to your exploration of the city's premier attractions. 75
 Pak Klong Talad (Flower Market)  0830H-1230H Located at the foot of the Rama I bridge near Chinatown. A wholesale market of fruits, vegetable and flowers, this extremely colourful with all kind of local flowers, orchids, and many others. The market is very active from midnight until noon of the next day 25
Thai Boxing  1830H -2400H Thai boxing, which originated in the Ayuthaya period, differs from Western style boxing in that contestants are allowed to use all parts of the body in defence and attack. Traditional music played during the bout heightens the excitement. Thai boxing can be seen at Rajadamnoen Stadium and Lumpini Stadium 83
Sea Life Ocean World (Aquarium only)   Find out where you can see your favourite creatures! Explore popular zones such as Shark Walk, Coral Reef, Rainforest, Tropical Ocean and more! Make sure you find the time to visit the highlight of SEA LIFE, our spectacular underwater tunnel. Immerse yourself in the wonders of the ocean by walking through this magical path surrounded by a variety of sea life including sharks, eagle rays, and schools of fish. Their movements around the tunnel are surreal and represent what you could say is their very own Broadway spectacle! Furthermore, a beautiful display of an icon from a famous Thai myth story will grab your attention just as it has done with countless visitors before. 31
Madam Tussauds Wax Museum   Located in the sixth floor of Siam Discovery Centre, the concept of the museum is no different from that of its other branches spread throughout the world showcasing figures of both local and international figures. Enter Bangkok Madame Tussaud's and you will experience good, old fashioned curiosity. You will have the rare opportunity to take an emotionally overwhelming journey through the realms of the famous and the powerful, and you can always unleash your true feelings about characters you admire or loathe.The museum lets you get up close and personal with some of the world's most famous celebrities and relive the moments, times and events that brought them fame. The flawless wax figures at the museum are divided into four types; pop stars, A-list party, tv stars, arts and sciences, history and leaders, sports stars. The tenth of its kind in the world, Madame Tussaud's Bangkok houses over 70 wax figures including Madonna, Michael Jackson, Beethoven, famous film stars and people that shaped and influenced Asia and beyond. Wax figures of Thai important person are also displayed, e.g. Field Marshal PaekPiboonsongkram, Mom RajawongseSeniPramoj, General PremTinsulanonda, BuddhadasaBhikkhu, Mom RajawongseKukritPramoj, etc. It is a popularly known fact that Madame Tussaud's museums are much different from traditional types of museum, as they offer plenty of interactive games and puzzles. A visit to the Madame Tussaud's Bangkok is a must for anyone interested in savouring centuries of fame and infamy 31
Thai Bus Food Tour (Lunch) 1130H-1300H   58
Thai Bus Food Tour (Bangkok Sightseeing)  1400H- 1530H   36
Thai Bus Food Tour (Dinner)  1730H-1900H   58
Thai Bus Food Tour (Night Life) 1930H- 2100H   58