5 Days
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Have a real deal of Central Thailand within 5 days.

Enjoy five days, pack them full of wonderment and reflection in Central Thailand — Samut Sakhon, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, and Bangkok. This is real combination of learning Thai culture, tradition, and history of Thailand.

Learn history and true traditions of Thailand.

Experience history of World War II in Kanchanaburi, Ancient capital city of Ayutthaya and Bangkok which contemporary Kingdom of Thailand is established. Learn Thai cultural experiences of Floating Market, Temples tradition and local food market.

Delight in two inclusive authentic tours in the evening

Have fun on two evening tours where you will have heritage moment of ancient ruin of Ayutthaya and memorable night life in Bangkok by TUK TUK, both tours include food tasting adventures.


Bangkok – Arrival

Upon your arrival in Bangkok, deplane and follow signs to Immigration, located one level above baggage claim. Descend elevator to collect baggage. After clearing customs, proceed to the Arrival lobby and look for your sign. Our friendly representative will assist your family with luggage and help with your transfer to your comfortable hotel for check-in.

Overnight           in BANGKOK

Meals               No meal Included.

Bangkok – Klong (canal tour) - Wat Arun – Wat Pho

Morning             Breakfast at the hotel

Travel by motor launch on the picturesque Chao Phraya River and canals, or Klongs, to observe the serene family homes and temples along the waterways. You will pass the famous Royal Barges, excellent samples of Thai craftsmanship and stop at Wat Arun, often called “the Temple of Dawn. An ancient temple dating back to the Ayutthaya period with the imposing Khmer-style prang or tower is 104 meters tall with steep stairs with the amazing views of the Chao Phraya River.  Not apparent from a distance are the fabulously ornate floral mosaics made from broken, multihued Chinese porcelain that was used as ballast by boats coming from China. Today the temple is one of Bangkok most iconic structures, with most remarkable visual identities of Bangkok.

Next visit Wat Pho, one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok. Wat Pho is not only one of the most visited Buddhist temples in Bangkok, but it is where history, medical science and educational institute combined. Laid inside the main ordination hall is the sacred 46-meter Reclining Buddha whose feet are beautifully inlaid with mother-of-pearl, carved with holy signs. Wat Pho is, among Thais, also known as the nation, the first public university, Wat Pho was listed as UNESCO Memory of the World (MOW) as a documentary heritage for Asia and Pacific Region. Afternoon back to hotel.

Overnight           in BANGKOK

Meals               Breakfast Included

Bangkok – The Train Market & Floating Market – River Kwai Bridge Kanchanaburi

Morning             Breakfast at the hotel and check-out.

Early morning departure by road from Bangkok to the garden province of Samut Songhkhram in the Mae Klong River delta area. Experience the thrill of Maeklong Train Market folding up and the stalls being packed away in front of your eyes. Explore the market like a local and see the stalls stacked with fruits, vegetables, and seafood. Then proceed to take a unique country market along the railway tracks where a variety of goods are sold and the train travels through bringing people to the market.

Next proceed to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, the most colorful floating market in the Kingdom. Enjoy the beautiful sights along the way and witness the day-to-day activities of the Thai people who live on the canals selling their fresh fruits and vegetables from the surrounding villagers farms.

Take a short paddle boat ride through the canals to get the closure feeling of the local people.

Free at leisure and enjoy of photo shooting.

Local Lunch will be served at the restaurant (food only).

Afternoon          Afterward drive to Kanchanaburi, you will visit the well-kept War Cemetery of Allied Prisoners, which contains the graves of an estimated 9,000 Allied soldiers. These soldiers died while building the bridge and the notorious Death Railway which the Japanese had hoped to stretch all the way to the Burmese border.

Next stop          at the internationally famous Bridge Over the River Kwai, the black iron bridge from Java by the Japanese Army and reassembled under Japanese supervision by the allied prisoners of war labor as part of the railway linking Thailand to Myanmar.

This tour will bring you also closer to the past, with the visit to the JEATH Museum (the name “JEATH” is derived from Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand, and Holland), where the past has been created and relived with pictures and artefacts out of this time.

At the end of the day, transfer to the hotel.

Evening             visit traditional evening market to explore the way of life. Enjoy local Thai food on your own.

Overnight           in KANCHANABURI

Meals               Breakfast & Lunch Included

Erawan Waterfall – Death Railway Train Ride - Ayutthaya Dinner Cruise

Morning             Breakfast at the hotel and check-out.

Morning drive to the significant Erawan National Park. The major attraction of the park is the stunning Erawan Falls, a waterfall named after the Erawan, the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology. The seven-tiered falls are said to resemble Erawan. It has received many awards. Here lies the biggest and most beautiful waterfall of Kanchanaburi Erawan Waterfall, which runs from the Huai Mong Lai River down a 2100 meters tall mountain. The waterfall is 1500 meters long which cascades down 7 tiers, each of which is a great and safe swimming area. The park’s many caves include Phartat Cave, which has stalactites and stalagmites, and Ta Duang Cave, featuring rock paintings. Limestone Wang Bah Dan Cave has 2 levels, with a stream in its lower chamber. The park is crossed by trails, and home to elephants and deer. Moreover, you can take a 30-minute walk around Erawan nature trail to savor the beauty of hill evergreen forest and deciduous forest.

Next program to take a short train ride from Tham Krasae Bridge Railway Station along the Siam-Burma historic railway built by the Japanese army during the WW2 occupation of Indochina. Owing to the 100.000’s of forced laborer who died during its construction, the line is commonly known as the Death Railway.

Lunch              Local Lunch will be served near the bridge (food only).

Afternoon         After lunch drive to Ayutthaya (approximately of 3 hours) Evening arrival and check-in at the hotel, free at leisure.

07:30 p.m.         Ayutthaya Highlights on a romantic cruise with fine traditional Thai cuisine on board

Board our converted traditional teak rice barge and drift slowly along the majestic Chao Phraya River, the ‘River of Kings’, and her tributaries, and while the sights of the Island City of Ayutthaya pass you by enjoy a fine selection of traditional Thai cuisine, prepared especially for you in our own kitchens.

Next                 Take a cruise around Ayutthaya Island and take in the romantic atmosphere of the old capital. Within its ancient monuments, the artistic and cultural heritage of the nation is preserved for later generations to admire.

You will have ample opportunity to see some of these magnificent sites along the river, as well as observing the timeless day-to-day activities of the people living along the riverbanks.  During your cruise a carefully selected set menu of delicious traditional Thai dishes will be served (food only). The art of Thai cuisine is balancing the delicate flavors that make up our four different taste sensations: sour, salty, sweet and, of course, spicy hot. Thai food is very versatile and can be adapted to suit almost any palate.

Return to the hotel for overnight.

Overnight          in AYUTTHAYA

Meals:              Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included

Ayutthaya Historical Park World Heritage – Bangkok

Morning             Breakfast at the hotel, free at leisure and enjoy the hotel facilities.

Drive to explore Ayutthaya city & it’s ruin. To truly appreciate the history in Thailand, no holiday would be complete without a visit to Ayutthaya. This historic city was the second capital of the Kingdom of Siam, there are 34 kings to govern the territory until the end of it by an invasion of the nearby territory in 2310 B.E.   It results in Ayutthaya Empire has stayed long about 417 years and a prosperous international trading port, from 1350 until razed by the Burmese in 1767. The ruins of the old city now form the Ayutthaya Historical Park, an archaeological site that contains palaces, Buddhist temples, monasteries, and statues.  Visit Ayutthaya Historical Park declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. The first stop at Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, is not just an important historical site, but it was also considered as the spiritual center for Thais. It is strategically located within the grounds of the Royal Palace.

Next                 to visit at Wat Mahathat an unseen tourist attraction where you could see buddha head enshrine in the three. These temples also enshrine buddha lyric from the past 600 years.

Afterward stopped at the local market to discover Candy Cotton or we called Roti Saimai it’s become the province signature desert snack. As you will be amazed to see, it’s wide of the product stalls available throughout Ayutthaya. This candy floss rolled sweets feature threads of crunchy sugar enshrouded in a steaming is wrapped in soft paper-thin, Pandan-flavored crepes or in other different color.  The salted taste of roti goes well with the sweet and soft cotton candy. You can see how it is made and enjoy tasting it. Probably this Thai-style cotton candy and sweet crepes can be your favorite snack for your next visit to Thailand.

Last                 visit at an old ruin temple Wat Kudi Dao is a restored ruin of a temple situated off the city island in the eastern area of Ayutthaya where we can share with your storytelling from local people and other stories about Ayutthaya that you could not find on google or any travel book. We would like to take you to some hidden place that is not touristic.

Note: Kindly be aware that proper attire is required to enter the Ayutthaya Historical Temples; KTK staff will be pleased to advise you accordingly.

Meals            Breakfast Included 


Terms and Conditions

  • Transfers and Tours as mentioned by air condition vehicle with English guide.
  • Meals as stated (B = breakfast, L = lunch & D = dinner).
  • Entrance fees as mentioned.
  • 2 nights in Bangkok as specified.
  • 1 night in Kanchanaburi as specified / 1 night in Ayutthaya as specified / Room tax.
  • Drinking water
  • 7% VAT
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