After breakfast, you will be picked up from the hotel and driven to the Grand Palace by a guide and driver.One of the most famous landmarks in Bangkok, Thailand, a guide will lead you around the grand palace's architectural marvels. The Grand Palace in Bangkok is the city's most famous landmark. It was established in 1782 and served as the king's residence in Thailand for more than a century. This building wonder, which pays honor to the people of Thailand, never ceases to amaze those who see it.
Enjoy the traditional dance that is widely regarded as the pinnacle of artistic expression, Khon's performance in the Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre, which tells the incredible history of The Ramakien. In 2018, UNESCO added the Thai masked dance drama known as Khon to its Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Following this, explore the local environment in a traditional Thai long-tail boat before visiting the Buddhist shrine known as Wat Arun (or the Arun Temple) in Bangkok. Known for its magnificent design and attention to detail, it has become a municipal icon. Built in honor of the Hindu sun god Aruna in the 17th century. Intricate carvings and vibrant glass and Chinese porcelain adorn each of the five towers that make up the temple complex. Climbing to the top of the central tower rewards visitors with sweeping vistas of the Chao Phraya River and the Bangkok skyline. Throughout the year, the temple plays host to a number of important events and festivals, drawing visitors from all around.
After visiting the temples, we will take you to a riverside restaurant with a view of Wat Arun for dinner.
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