Sa-wad-dee-ka! Welcome to the city of angles, Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand.
Please choose option of your prefer transportation. All basically trips are included English speaking tour guide.
- Option 1 – Transportation by private air conditioning car/van
- Option 2 – Transportation by public boat in Chao Praya river
“Royal Grand Palace”, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand. It is located in the old Rattanakosin area of Bangkok on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River. The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok. It has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam or Thailand since 1782. The Grand Palace is still used for official events. Several royal ceremonies and state functions are held within the walls of the palace every year. It is currently partially open to the public as a museum, but it remains a working palace, with several royal offices still situated inside. read more
One of the most magnificent temples in Thailand known to the local as Wat Phra Kaew meaning “the temple of the Emerald Buddha”. The temple is located on the outer royal court of the Royal Grand Palace. It is Thailand’s most sacred temple because it is the location of Emerald Buddha, the most highly venerated Buddha image in Thailand. The Ramayana, or locally known as ‘Ramakien’, mural found inside the temple is not only the world’s longest painting, but it is also the world’s longest form of comic book art, better known as sequential art to comic book art historians. (Alex, 2018)
Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles, perhaps the newest museum opening in Bangkok, SUPPORT Foundation under the Royal Patronage of Queen Sirikit has renovated the European-classic Ratsadakorn Bhibhathana building to showcases exhibitions telling the story of how Her Majesty Queen Sirikit has helped turn Thai silk from local handicraft into a symbol of Thailand. Highlights are HM Queen Sirikit’s personal collection of dresses designed and tailored from Thai textiles by international and local designers. read more
After that, will also see a performance of the “Khon” Thai traditional dance in honour of it being listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The Khon Masked Dance-Drama in Thailand is showed at Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre where was originally a movie theatre in Bangkok, Thailand built in Modernist style on Charoengkrung Road from 3 July 1933. (Only for trip on weekday, the performance runs on 10:30, 13:00, 14:30, 16:00 and 17:30 hours.)
Temple of the Emerald Buddha
Royal Grand Palace
Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles
Traditional Khon Performance
Please do not dress this way when entering a Temple or place of worship. There are strict with dress code so be prepared! So if you are not sure then make sure.
- No sleeveless shirts
- No vests
- No short top
- No see through tops
- No short hot pants or short pants
- No torn pants
- No tight pants
- No bike pants
- No mini skirts
Daily from 8:30 AM - 3.30 PM