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Bangkok, Thailand
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6 Days 5 Nights

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Explore the famous Bangkok city to the fullest and experience all there is in this spectacular city. Bangkok is a vibrant and exciting city, with a unique blend of ancient and modern influences. It is known for its stunning temples and palaces, bustling markets, and delicious food. The city is also home to a thriving nightlife scene and many interesting museums and cultural attractions.


Explore Bangkok City

Bangkok can be an exciting and rewarding experience. The city offers a blend of ancient and modern attractions, from stunning temples and palaces to bustling markets and lively nightlife.

Visitors to Bangkok can explore the city’s many temples and palaces, such as the Grand Palace and Wat Pho, which is home to the famous Reclining Buddha statue. 



Take a glimpse into one of the most popular city in the world. Experience the majestic beauty of the Grand Palace. Shopping in some of the most exotic shopping mall in the south-east asia.


Built in 1782 and served as the official residence of the King of Thailand until 1925.  The palace is home to several important buildings and halls, including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Royal Reception Hall.


The Marble Temple, also known as Wat Benchamabophit, is a Buddhist temple located in Bangkok, Thailand. It is known for its marble construction and architectural beauty, and is considered one of the city’s most important temples. The temple was built in the early 20th century, and its design is a mix of traditional Thai and Western styles. It is a popular tourist attraction, and is well-known for its intricate carvings and elegant sculptures.

Inside the temple, visitors can see a number of beautiful sculptures and carvings, as well as an elegant central hall that houses a statue of the Buddha. The temple also has a large courtyard, where visitors can walk and admire the architecture. In addition, the temple has a number of smaller chapels and shrines that are worth exploring.

Icon Siam mall with Apple store in front

The Icon Siam is a large shopping and entertainment complex in Bangkok located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and is one of the city’s newest and most popular attractions.

Features over 500 stores and restaurants, offering a wide range of shopping and dining experience. The complex also has a large food court and a number of entertainment venues, including a cinema and a laser tag center.

One of the standout features of the Icon Siam is its floating market, where vendors sell their wares from boats. The complex also has a number of art installations and interactive exhibits, making it a popular destination for families. Read more about the ICON SIAM


Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is a Buddhist temple complex in Bangkok, Thailand. It is one of the oldest and largest temples in the city, and is known for its historic buildings, beautiful gardens, and, of course, the enormous Reclining Buddha statue that gives the temple its name.

The temple was founded in the 16th century, and has undergone numerous renovations and expansions over the years. Today, it covers an area of more than 80,000 square meters, and is home to more than 1,000 Buddhist images, as well as a number of important historic buildings.


One of the most notable features of Wat Pho is the Reclining Buddha statue, which measures more than 46 meters in length and is covered in gold leaf. The statue depicts the Buddha in the final moments of his life, and is considered one of the most important Buddhist images in Thailand. In addition to the Reclining Buddha, the temple also has a number of other important statues, including a giant golden Buddha and a number of smaller, intricately-carved images.

Wat Pho is also known for its traditional Thai massage school, where visitors can receive a relaxing massage from trained practitioners. The temple is a popular tourist attraction, and is considered a must-see destination for anyone visiting Bangkok.


Asiatique is a large open-air mall and night market in Bangkok, Thailand. It is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, next to the Saphan Taksin BTS station. Asiatique features over 1,500 shops and restaurants, as well as entertainment options such as a Ferris wheel, a theater, and a boxing stadium. The mall is popular among tourists and locals alike for its wide variety of shopping and dining options.



All of our hotel options comes with top-of-the-line accommodations and facilities, for the best possible experience. All of the hotels in Bangkok are in fact riverside view so you can always have the best view of the majestic Chao Phraya River where ever you choose to visit. (noted that each Hotels are different in price and would subject to an additional charge over the original starting price.) 


Experience a variety of traditional delicacies, hand-picked by our traveling specialists. 

Premium Free-flow breakfast is included everyday by the hotel.

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  • Hotels and Resort for 5 nights
  • Hotel Breakfast
  • Premium Private Shuttle Van service
  • Private Tour Guide of your language
  • Premium Travel Insurance
  • Attraction Tickets
  • Plane Ticket
  • Hotel Spa Service excluded from the tour price
  • Restaurants fee (Depends on your order)


<span> Day 1 </span> Arrival - Bangkok

Settle down at your hotel and enjoy the remainder of the day after a long flight. Relaxing in the hotel facilities and services including spa, restaurants and many more to prepare yourself for the next day.

<span> Day 2 </span> Visiting Wat Pho, Grand Palace and see Khon Performance

After breakfast, you will be picked up from the hotel and driven to the Wat Pho and Grand Palace by the guide and a driver.

Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is a Buddhist temple complex in Bangkok, Thailand. It is one of the oldest and largest temples in the city, and is known for its historic buildings, beautiful gardens, and, of course, the enormous Reclining Buddha statue that gives the temple its name.

After Wat Pho, visit one of the most famous landmarks in Bangkok, Thailand, a guide will lead 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 of 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.

See Khon performance at the Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre, a classical dance depicting an incredible story of The Ramakien and considered to be the highest form of Art. Khon, or Thai masked dance play, was included in UNESCO's Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2018

<span> Day 3 </span> Erb Spa, Tha Maharaj and Wat Arun

Depart for Erb spa and have a traditional Rattanakosin massage and spa package for 90 minutes. As a well-known brand for fragrant and essential oil in Thailand, Erb spa uses the implementation of scent together with an invigorating and traditional spa and massage, heals both body fatigue and mind.

Make a quick stop at Tha Maharaj mall, situated right next to the majestic Chao Phraya river. This little mall complex has everything ranging from local delicacies to little souvenir shops for you to explore. Here you have the options to get a traditional make-up and hairdos by professionals to prepare for your next destination.

Explore the exquisite Wat Arun. Also known as the Temple of Dawn, The temple's main feature is its central prang (tower), which stands over 80 meters tall, decorated with intricate patterns and pieces of colorful glass and ceramic. The temple is named after the Hindu god Aruna, the personification of the rising sun. It is believed to have been built in the early 19th century during the reign of King Rama II.

Get back to Tha Maharaj for a Dinner at Ros'niyom, a chic little thai street food restaurant with a twist, serving famous Thai local dishes from every parts of Thailand. Enjoying good foods together with the majestic view of Wat Arun at night right across the river, ends the day on a relaxing vibe.

<span> Day 4 </span> Free day - Shopping at Siam Paragon or Icon Siam

Get a free-day and shopping at your own pace. Choose between 2 of the most luxurious and popular shopping complex in Bangkok, Siam Paragon and Icon Siam.

Siam Paragon is a large shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand. It is one of the largest and most popular malls in the city, and is known for its luxury shops, high-end restaurants, and entertainment options.

The mall features a wide range of stores, including high-end fashion boutiques, electronics shops, and specialty stores. In addition, the mall has a large food court and several fine-dining restaurants.

Icon Siam is the up and coming shopping complex in Bangkok. It is considered one of the largest and most popular malls in the city, with a wide range of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. Some of the notable attractions at Icon Siam include the ICONLUXE luxury department store

<span> Day 5 </span> Visit Bang Khun Thian, seafood lunch at Than Seafood and Asiatique

Transport to Bang Khun Thian, a small district in Bangkok situated near the sea. Thus, makes this place the center of Seafood and aquaculture especially shrimps. Perfect to get fresh and delicious seafoods. just a few minutes away from the center of Bangkok.

Lunch at Tan Talay Seafood, serves all kinds of fresh seafood with incredible seafront seat where you can enjoy delicious traditional Thai seafoods together with amazing seaside view. After a hefty meal, get back to the hotel and rest for a bit.

At the evening, move on to Asiatique, a large open-air shopping mall and dining complex in Bangkok, Thailand. It was formerly a major international trading port known as the "East Asiatic Company," and it has been transformed into a popular destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Asiatique features over 1,500 shops and restaurants, as well as a Ferris wheel, a stage for live performances, and a night market.

Have a dinner at Srimahanop, a riverside restaurant located on a mock ship permanently docked on the Asiatique bay. The ship was made to replicate the ship used by the royal navy during the era of King Rama V. The food and drinks selections focuses on shared plates of different local recipes that uses a plethora of traditional ingredients that share the stories of the Ship's global trade history. Making the food as much a journey just like the ship the restaurant located in.

Wake up and enjoy a hefty hotel breakfast, check out and transport you straight to the airport and take a flight to your home safely.

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