Where Should We Visit In Thailand

Where Should We Visit In Thailand?

CROCODILE FARM & ZOO IN SAMUT PRAKAN (Half Day)

Located in the vicinity of Tambon Thai Ban, the complex of more than 60,000 freshwater and marine crocodiles and a mini-zoo also offers an exciting show of keepers playing with these dangerous animals.

Where Should We Visit In Thailand

SAMPRAN ELEPHANT THEME SHOWS AND CROCODILE FARM (Half Day)

The spacious ground covers more than 100 rai, or 40 acres. In the area, one can find a small zoo, a delightful orchid, and large crocodile ponds with thousands of both fresh water and and salt water crocodiles. Demonstrations of crocodile handling are on show, along with elephant shows and elephant rides through the area.

FLOATING MARKET IN DAMNOEN SADUAK (Half Day)

Where Should We Visit In Thailand

The colourful market place is the original market on boats. The variety of foodstuff, noodles, meals and local sweets called “khanom”, as well as the myriad of fruits and vegetables are available. This is truly a memorable experience.

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CULTURAL SHOWS AT ROSE GARDEN (Half Day)

The show takes you to the glorious past of old Siam, with the spendor that is both lively and educational. The dance are globally known, the beautiful garments some dating back to early 1800’s.

Where Should We Visit In Thailand

ANCIENT CITY (Half Day)

Essentially an open-air museum, this very large complex, located at Km. 33 on Sukhumvit Highway, contains almost-real-scale replicas of religious complexes, monuments and buildings found throughout Thailand.

EXPLORE THE OLD SIAM (Half Day)

The trip takes you to some of the oldest parts of Bangkok. It starts with the golden temple, the old China town, the Indian community of Pahurat for textile shopping, and the world famous Wat Po – the largest reclining Buddha image of Bangkok.

KANCHANABURI & RIVER KWAI INCLUDE LUNCH (Full Day)

Where Should We Visit In Thailand

This brings you to the famous World War II remnants of the “Death Railway” where some 6,982 allied soldiers lost their lives in the construction of the railway. It is a nostalgic visit to honor loved ones, a visit to the ce,etery to reflect on the brutality of wars, and renewed belief on humanity.

TIGER CONSERVATION PROJECT INCLUDE LUNCH (Full Day)

The tour brings you to the forest temple Wat Pa Luangtabua Yannasampano, where the temple monks have taken it to themselves to protect and conserve the endangered Bengal Tigers. This conservation project has been heavily promoted in the various television shows such as the National Geographic Specials, Animal Planet, etc.

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