Laem Chabang (Bangkok), Thailand
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Approximately 10 Hours
Become acquainted with the essential highlights of Bangkok on this comprehensive day of sightseeing. From the pier, board an air-conditioned motor coach and head to Bangkok.Upon arrival, visit the Grand Palace—one of the most beautiful examples of an ancient Siamese Court. Here, you will see the most sacred Emerald Buddha. The palace—the former residence of the Kings of Thailand is now reserved for royal ceremonies and state occasions. After lunch at a first class hotel, step aboard a boat for a trip along Chao Phrya River and klongs (canals) to enjoy picturesque scenes of typical Thai canal life. Along the way, you will see canal grocery stores and houses built on stilts. Stop for photos at the iconic Temple of Dawn. At conclude of the boat trip, board motor coach for a return journey to the pier.
Please note: Tour order may vary. Modest attire is required for visiting the chapel(s); Shirts must be non-fitted, and have sleeves. No Sleeveless, tight, or see-through blouses are permitted, even if a jacket is worn over them; Trousers must be at full length to cover ankles, skirts must cover knees, no shorts of any kind or miniskirts are permitted; no Bermuda shorts, culottes, tight trousers or leggings, and torn trousers; shoes must be removed before entering the chapel(s); wear comfortable walking shoes that are easy to remove.
You will need to walk approximately 500 meters to reach the Grand Palace. The Grand Palace and other temples in Bangkok can be very crowded. Travel time to Bangkok is approximately two to two and a half hours each way depending on traffic conditions.