3-day journey in Thailand
Visit Thailand most iconic and famous cities
Trip TypePrivate tour - minimum 2 guests
Each trip is priced individually - trips differ in the number of people, selected hotels, and attractions
Explore The Heart Of Thailand
You have 3 days in Thailand and looking for a tour that will show you as much as possible while ensuring that you can thoroughly feel the energy of Bangkok and the surrounding areas? Discover with us the history and the unique atmosphere of the 3 Thai provinces.
Our three-day tour takes place with a trusted guide, who has lived here for years and will share with you a lot of exciting things about the country and region. Certainly, these three days spent in Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, and Ayutthaya, with our company and under our care, will be full of unforgettable memories.
- Hotel pickup in Bangkok and transfers from/to Bangkok airport
- Meals mentioned in the program
- Entrance tickets to the listed attractions
- Internal transfers by air-conditioned vehicles
- English-speaking local guides
What's not included
- Transport/flights to Bangkok
- Private travel insurance
- Personal expenses and tips
- Other services that will not be indicated in the program
- Visit Wat Arun, Wat Pho, and many more exciting temples
- Ride water bus and tuk tuk
- Try world-renowned Thai cuisine at China Town in Bangkok
- Pay a visit to the Reclining Buddha
- Visit Royal Palace and Emerald Buddha
- Explore Jim Thompson’s house
- See for yourself the must -visit “railway” market in Mae Klong
- Admire fresh tropical produces at the floating market in Damnoen Saduak
- Go on an expedition to the Kanchanaburi region and the famous bridge on Kwai River
- Travel back in time at Ayutthaya – Thailand's former capital
- Observe spiritual ceremonies at the Buddhist temples
MORNING IN BANGKOK
The highlight of our morning in Bangkok could not be another place than the beautiful Temple of Sunrise (Wat Arun). We will get here by passing amazing China Town, and then hopping aboard a water bus, which is an attraction in itself - this is only the first local means of transport we are going to try!
Grand Royal Palace is the heart of the city and a place that cannot be missed on any trip. It delights not only with rich, traditional architecture but also with an interesting history dating back to modern times. As a result, this is an extremely important place for Thai people.
We will also look at the fascinating Emerald Buddha Temple located within the complex, containing the most famous and most valuable (though not the biggest - as we will often see during our trip) statue of the Enlightened One.
The next planned temple in our itinerary is also one of Bangkok's best. Before we get there, we need to charge batteries a bit with a delicious lunch consisting of local cuisine. Well-fed and enriched with the experience of Thai cuisine, we can set off to conquer Wat Pho - the largest and oldest temple in the capital!
Then we will ride the famous tuk-tuk and climb The Golden Mount, where we will have the opportunity to admire the magnificent panorama of the city and Wat Saket.
The last place of our today’s tour would be wooden House of Jim Thompson - known as the "silk man". Here your guide will familiarize you with an intriguing story. You will also learn secrets of silk production.
We will finish tour and move to China Town for overnight. Our guide, if you need, will help you to plan your evening.
FLOATING MARKET AND MORE
The second day of our tour begins with Maeklong Railway Market (a famous market laid out on the tracks and rapidly folding before each passing train). Our next stop would be Damnoen Saduak floating market. Picturesque market, where a role of stands is played by narrow boats filled with goods. Both attractions are in the vicinity of Bangkok.
After this colorful introduction, we will head toward Kanchanaburi province.
BRIDGE ON KWAI RIVER
Kanchanaburi is famous for its scenic views and chilling stories from World War II. It was here that Death Railway was located - a powerful engineering undertaking of that period, which consumed almost 100 thousand victims.
A ride on a section of this railway, leading us to the famous Bridge on the Kwai River (journey time is about 1.5 hours), will certainly be an unforgettable experience. We will have lunch at the hotel with a view of the river and we spend the night here.
This day will take us back to the time of old Siam. More or less, from the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries, Ayutthaya was a powerful Asian metropolis. We will find here ruins of buildings, temples, and monasteries in Khmer style, such as the enormous Wat Lokayasutharam or the extremely mysterious Wat Mahathat Buddha statues. We will also become witnesses of the Buddhist ceremony of offering robes to monks.