One day trip in Bangkok
The Royal Grand Palace & The Royal Temple + Reclining Temple ( Wat Pho) + Bangkok Canal Tour
8:00 hours: Meet & Greet you by our Tour guide at Laem Chabang Port and then Private transfer to Bangkok (Approx. 2 hours)
Sit back & Relax with general information about Thailand and countryside along the way
10:30 The Royal Grand Palace & The Royal Temple are the perfect introduction to Thailand’s Architecture, Culture and Tradition, You will visit the highlight attractions around this complex such as The Royal Temple (Wat Phra Kaew, The Temple of the Emerald Buddha), The Golden Chedi, Pantheon of the Chakri’s Kings, A miniature replica of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Coronation Throne Hall and Royal Reception Hall
12:00 Lunch in a Thai Restaurant
Lunch will be served in a local Thai restaurant beside the Chao Phraya river.
13:00 Wat Pho (The Temple of the reclining Buddha) is the one of the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok and still an important center for Traditional Thai Medicine and TraditionalThai Massages School
14:00 Canal Tour, Take a long tail boat along the bustling Chao Phraya River and quiet Klongs (canals) Passing picturesque scenes of Thai River Life. By the river see Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn: is an important landmark located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. The main shrine, decorated with glazed ornaments and ceramics, rises 67 meters towards the heavens. Built during the beginning of King Taksin era, the magnificent temple reflects the glory of the Thai culture. The highest Prang in Thailand symbolizing Hindu-Buddhist cosmology
15:00 Depart for Laem Chabang
You can relax in air conditioned comfort while the driver returns you to your ship at Laem Chabang or to your hotel in Bangkok.
17:00 Arrive back at your ship or at your hotel in Bangkok
Noted: You can expect to be back on board by 17:00 Hrs. If you are staying overnight in Bangkok you could expect to check-in around 16:00 Hrs.
A strict dress code applies here. The Grand Palace and The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is Thailand's most sacred site. Visitors must be properly dressed before being allowed entry to the temple. Men must wear long pants and shirts with sleeves. No tank tops or singlets. Women must be similarly modestly dressed. No see-through clothes or bare shoulders. No shorts or tights. Proper shoes must be worn. No flip flops.