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Bangkok Highlights

Day 1
Pick up from Hotel to visit Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. This temple is considered the largest in Bangkok. The famous Reclining Buddha, constructed in 1832, is enshrined in this temple. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo) The Golden Stupa enshrines the relics of the Buddha. The Phra Mondhob or the Library, built in the reign of King Rama I, houses the Tripitalka or a Buddhist scripture. After Lunch along to Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall Museum of art, culture, heritage and architecture. The chance to learn about the rich history and culture of Bangkok, Thailand. Later afternoon chill out and shopping at River City before departs from the pier to Dinner cruise then back to Overnight at Hotel


Day 2
After breakfast visit The green zone in the city.  Lumpini park is the first park in Bangkok. It is a multi-functional park where people can do several outdoor leisure activities under fresh air and shade. Talad Noi, is a part of Bangkok’s Chinatown. It is acclaimed as one of the oldest part of Bangkok. Talad means “fresh market” and Noi means “small”. Back in 1800’s the Chinese merchants started their trading business just down Songwad Road. Businesses such as rice, spices, herbs, and merchandise were traded here.  Lunch at ICONSIAM Thailand’s first-ever project ranked in the top four world’s best shopping center. Late afternoon visit Roof Top Bar at Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar  Thailand’s newest and tallest dining landmark. Located atop of one of the tallest building in South East Asia. Back to Hotel. End of service.

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