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Thailand Travel and Tour Packages
Departure Dates
Oct 31, 2016

Visit Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya and Phuket!

Day1    Home City- Bangkok

Take your international flight to Bangkok. Cross the international dateline and adjust your watch accordingly. 

Day 2   
Arrive Bangkok

Meet your guide and transfer to the hotel.

4* Majestic Grande Hotel


Day 3    Bangkok (Breakfast/Dinner)

Morning at your leisure to explore on your own. Start your tour in the afternoon.


Klong Tour

Thonburi Klongs, Royal Barge and Wat Arun are on the itinerary today. A cruise through the Thonburi Klongs (canals) is an experience like no other. As we sail down the legendary Chao Phraya River, known as the "River of Kings", and its tributary klongs we will be enamored by the scenic backdrop; we will also learn about the rich history detailing the important role this waterway played in the creation of Bangkok and why the old capital of Thonburi became known as the “Venice of the East”. A boat trip takes us to famous riverside landmarks, including stops at the glittering Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn) and the magnificent Royal Barges Museum. We also proceed past other notable icons such as the Holy Rosary Church, which was built by the Portuguese: the first Europeans to settle in Thailand in the 16 th century; and the Oriental Hotel, famous for hosting celebrated icons who travel Thailand such as Joseph Conrad and Somerset Maugham.


Enjoy dinner at Supatra River House

Welcome Thai dinner set at Supatra River House. Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, this beautiful two-storey traditional Thai house is the former home of Khunying Supatra Singholaga, a leading advocate of women's rights in Thailand. Its contemporary decor blends perfectly with the traditional architecture, and the views of the River, Grand Place, and Wat Arun are absolutely spectacular.


Overnight in Bangkok 

Special note: The Stupa of Wat Arun will undergo a renovation from September 2013 for approx. 3 years. The temple compound will remain open and tourists will be allowed to see the Stupa from a distance. The excursion which will be operated as usual.



Day 4    Bangkok (Breakfast)

Wat Po & city sightseeing

This Thailand tour includes visits to Wat Po with its massive reclining Buddha, and a drive through the city of Bangkok, via the Indian Market, the wholesale Flower market, China town and Royal Avenue where the Palace of the King is located.


Afternoon at leisure to explore on your own or join an optional tour.



Optional Thailand tours:  

Afternoon: Grand Palace (minimum of 2 people)


The Grand Palace is the "must see" attraction in Bangkok. It is an architectural wonder of golden stupas, walls and pillars encrusted in shining and colourful mosaics. The architecture is predominantly Thai, though there are some European influences. The palace served as the official residence of kings of Thailand from the 18th to the mid-20th century. The most famous building within the palace grounds is Wat Phra Kaew and this is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. Construction of the temple began when King Rama I moved the capital from Thonburi to Bangkok in 1785. The main temple building houses the Emerald Buddha. The Buddha is carved from a single piece of jade and is the most revered object in Thailand. 

Rate in CAD per person
2 Pax: CAD85/person
4 & up Pax: CAD70/person


Overnight in Bangkok  

Special note: Please note that for visiting the Grand Palace, you will be required to wear proper attire (no bare shoulder, bare knees or strapless-heel shoes). Shoes must be removed before entering all temple buildings as a matter of respect.


Day 5    Bangkok (Breakfast)

Today is at leisure or join the below optional tour.



Optional tours:

Morning Tour: Half-day Temple Tours (minimum of 2 people)

Join an optional Temples tour, visiting 2 other temples or "wats" in the city. The first stop is Wat Trimitr, where you'll view the 700-year-old Golden Buddha, and the largest in the world weighing approximately 5 tons. (Occasional maintenance work is conducted at Wat Trimitr, in which case passengers will visit Wat Saket instead). Conclude your temple tour at Wat Benchamabophit, also known as the Marble Temple because of its abundance of white Italian marble. 

Rate in CAD per person
2 Pax: CAD75/person
4 & up Pax: CAD50/person


Evening Tour: River of King Dinner Cruise (minimum of 2 people)

Cruising along the Chao Phraya River, enjoy views of Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn and Grand Palace by night.

Rate in CAD per person  
2 Pax: CAD125/person
4 & up Pax: CAD105/person


Overnight in Bangkok



Day 6    Bangkok - Kanchanaburi (Breakfast/Lunch)

By vehicle from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi with sightseeing en route


Travel to Kanchanaburi on the banks of the River Kwai; famous for the River Kwai Bridge built during World War II - many people who travel Thailand come just to see this infamous river. Visit the Allied Forces cemetery and spend time in the fascinating Thailand Burma Railway Center Museum. Today's highlight is a train ride across the famous bridge to Wang Po Station where we have lunch at local restaurant. This afternoon we will visit Hellfire Pass Memorial, part of the Death Railway that cuts through the mountains. This memorial is now a museum detailing the life of the Allied prisoners and Asian labourers who helped build, and subsequently suffered or died at Hell fire Pass. Then continue on to your hotel.

Overnight in Kanchanaburi

4* River Kwai Resotel



Day 7    Kanchanaburi (Breakfast)
Today is at leisure or join the below optional tour


Optional Tour:  

Elephant Riding

About 30 minutes & Bamboo Rafting about 45 minutes:


CAD140/person (minimum of 2 people)


Overnight in Kanchanaburi



Day 8    Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya (Breakfast)
By vehicle from Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya with sightseeing en route


After breakfast, your Thailand tours continue to the ruins of Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam. Visit Wat Phra Srisan Phet and Wat Mongkol (Giant seated Buddha image). Visit Bang Pa In, built in the 18th century as a summer residence for the Kings of Ayutthaya, before continuing to your hotel for an overnight stay.


Overnight in Ayutthaya

4* Kantary Hotel Ayutthaya



Day 9    Ayutthaya – Bangkok – Phuket (Breakfast)

You will have the morning to pack.  This afternoon by vehicle, transfer from Ayutthaya to Bangkok airport for the Bangkok Airways flight to Phuket.


Transfer to the hotel.

4* Novotel Phuket Resort


Day 10    Phuket (Breakfast)

Today is at leisure or join the below optional tour.


Optional tour:

Phi Phi Island Tour

Join-in Speedboat (Including lunch)


CAD165/person (minimum of 2 people)

By join speed boat to Phi Phi island. Enjoy a swim / snorkel stop at its beach. Drive to Phi Phi Ley famous for its birds’ nests. (Join speedboat transfer timing: 45 mins. Capacity 30 pax per boat)


Pick up from your hotel and arrive at the prestigious Royal Phuket Marina. Depart for Maya BAY and Phi Phi Island, Relax Maya Bay (where "The Beach" was partially filmed), Snorkeling and Swimming in clear water at Loh Samah and Pileh Cove, Sightseeing the Viking Cave now home to bird nest producing swallows, Feeding the local inhabitants at "The Monkey Beach", Appreciate the magnificent marine life at the Hin Klang (Great Coral Reef). Lunch will be served at Phi Phi Natural Resort (Private beach). After lunch, Explore to "Bamboo Island" is flat beautiful island with blending white sand and very clear water. Take your Relaxing on beach or Swimming and Snorkeling. There is also a nice coral reef near the beach. Return to the Royal Phuket Marina and transfer back to your hotel.


Duration: 7.45- 16.00 hrs

SIC Operate: Daily


Included: Round-trip transfer/ English speaking guide

What to bring: Swimming wear, shorts, Light T-shirt, Beach Towel, Sun Block, Sun Cap, Sunglasses, Camera and film, Light Deck Shoes and a little Money for Sundries


Overnight in Phuket



Day 11   Phuket (Breakfast)

Today is at leisure or join the below optional tour.


Optional tour:


Phuket City Tour

CAD100/person (minimum of 2 people)

Duration: 13.00-17.00 hrs

This tour shows you the best of Phuket in a nutshell. After your pick up from the hotel, your schedule includes the following sights: the viewpoint at the renowned   Promthep Cape, the sea Gypsy Village at Rawai Beach, the Big Buddha on top of Nakerd Hill with a stunning view over the island, the beautiful Chalong Temple and century old Sino-Portuguese building along both side of Dee-book road and Talang road. Also included are a visit to a Cashew-nut Factory and fabulous Gem Gallery, before you return to your hotel.


This evening a late check of the hotel and by vehicle, transfer to Phuket airport for the flight to home. 


 Day 12  Phuket – Home City

  Transfer to the airport and take your international flight will depart at 1:40am from   Phuket.

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