1. Visit Wat Po to see the Reclining Buddha
Wat Po is the home to the reclining Buddha which is 15-m high and 46-m long. The statue of Lord Buddha is covered entirely in gold leaf and looks magnificent from up close. The temples have 108 bowls located in various places all across the temples and visitors can purchase coins to put in on of these bowls. The Wat Po is a must visit the site for every traveler in Bangkok and is an integral part of our Bangkok Pattaya Tour.
2. A Visit to the Grand Palace
The grand palace is one of the most important and famous attractions in Bangkok and any visit to Bangkok is incomplete without a visit to the Grand Palace, making it an important destination on our Bangkok Pattaya Tour. This palace once served as the official residence of the Royal Family of Thailand. This palace covers an area of 214000 sq. Meters.
3.Shopping in Bangkok
Bangkok is a shopaholics paradise, with a wide array of options from street shopping to high-end malls. The Chatuchak market is only open on weekends and attracts over 200,000 visitors per day. The market is spread across an area of 27 acres and covers more than 8000 stalls selling a wide array of items such as clothing, accessories, electronic goods and gadgets, shoes etc.
For high-end shoppers, the Siam Paragon Mall offers a wide range of attractions from designer stores, the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia, a large multiplex cinema and a wide variety of restaurant offering different cuisines. The mall also houses showrooms for Ferrari and Lamborghini, which attracts a lot of visitors to the mall daily. Shopping excursion trips are a highlight of our Bangkok Pattaya Tour and no trip to Bangkok is complete without shopping.
4. Enjoy a Boat cruise on the Chao Phraya River
Often referred to as the “Venice of the East”, the Chao Phraya river flows through Bangkok and feeds into many canals. The river is considered as the lifeline of Bangkok and provides a source of income for thousands of locals. Many ferries and boat cruises are available which showcase different sides of Bangkok, from high rise condominiums and fancy hotels to wooden shacks and lives of common-resident of Bangkok is a must recommended excursion in our Bangkok Pattaya Tour.
5.Participate in the water fight during Songkran
The Songkran is a traditional Thai New Years festival celebrates between 13th and 15th April every year. In the Buddhist culture, it is believed that sprinkling water helps washing off bad luck and your past sins. Today, this custom has become a full-fledged water fight where no one is spared from getting wet, and the entire festival becomes one big party. Our Bangkok Pattaya Tour can arrange a visit to these water fights during Songkran.
6.Explore the nightlife of the Walking Street, Pattaya
A highlight of our Bangkok Pattaya Tour, the walking street is a 500m stretch of street where entry of vehicles is not allowed after 6 pm and provides one of the most amazing. This street is full of bars, restaurants, go-go bars, adult entertainment, night-clubs where travelers can party all night. While it might be deserted entirely during the day, this street undergoes a 180-degree transformation post-sun-set with the Walking street adorned with bright neon lights, loud music, and adult entertainers hitting the street.
7. Go, Island Hopping,
Our Bangkok Pattaya Tour can arrange multiple tours for Book Andaman Tour Package island hopping from Pattaya ranging from group tours on large boats to chartering a speedboat. Travelers can visit the Coral Island, Koh Sak, Koh Krok, Koh Phai or the Bamboo Island, Koh Rin or the (Gnat Island), Koh Krham, Monkey Island, Koh Si Chang and Koh Samet.
Travels can enjoy a wide array of activities during their island hopping tours like exploring islands, lazing on the beach, indulging in water sports, snorkeling or enjoy and the beautiful landscape, pristine waters and sights and scenes during hopping from one island to another.
Many boats are equipped with glass-floors which allow visitors to experience and witness the underwater and marine life, and these boats can be arranged in our Bangkok Pattaya Tour.
8.Ascend the Hill at Wat Phra Khao Yai
Also known as the Big Buddha Hill, the Way Phra Khao Yai is the most prominent statue of Buddha in Pattaya and is about 18-m high and is seated at the height of 100-meters above sea level. An important attraction in our Bangkok Pattaya Tour, visitors are required to climb steep steps to reach the statue of Buddha from where visitors can have a panoramic view of the Jomtien Beach. The Statue is located near a temple complex wherein travellers can experience spirituality with inhaling the fragrance of the incense burning all day in the temple complex and chiming of the bells and chanting of prayers by the monks.
9.Be Mesmerise at Tiffany’s Cabaret
One of the most popular activities on the Bangkok Pattaya Tour list of excursions and activities, the Tiffany’s has been hosting shows for over three decades and entertains over 2000 people in the audience daily. This show involves an hour of non-stop excitement with entertaining performances by ladyboys dressed in beautiful costumes and delivering mesmerizing performance that it is difficult for the audience members to spot out that the performers are not women. The show is suitable for children as well with the raunchiness toned down.
Krabi is a beautiful island and a popular holiday destination in southeast Thailand and is known for its stunning scenery, both inland and at sea. Krabi has over 150 islands with most of them covered with white sands beaches and turquoise waters, jungle-covered interiors, tall limestone cliffs, caves, waterfalls and exotic wildlife.