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Wat Trimit / Wat Po / Grand Palace / Marble Temple & Klong

Long Tail Boat On Chao Phraya River
Marble Temple
Wat Phra Kaew Emerald Temple


Full day trip Bangkok: Wat Trimit – Wat Po – Grand Palace – Marble Temple & Klong tours:

This morning, breakfast and 8:00am transfer to visit Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha) The world’s largest solid gold Buddha image. The Golden Buddha is 4 meters in height, made of 18-carat gold, and weighs in at five-and-half tons. Visit Wat Pho(Temple of the Reclining Buddha) one of the largest and oldest Temple in Bangkok. Wat Pho is most famous for the golden reclining Buddha that measures 46 meters and has feet inlaid with mother-of pearl and also regarded as the first center of Thai Massage Education. Continue trip to the Grand Palace one of the most beautiful samples of ancient Siamese court. It used to be the residence of the Kings including Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) is located within the same compound, it is a treasure house of Thai arts and hoses the famous Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha in Thailand. Visit Wat Benchamabopit or Marble Temple, one of the most modern works of Thai religious architecture. Graceful and tranquil, it is famous for its main chapel built in white Carara Italian marble to house a replica of Thailand’s most beautiful Buddha image, Phra Phutthachinarat.

Then depart for Pak Klong Talad, the flower Market. The most famous flower market in Bangkok. Open 24 hours a day and every day. The flowers here sell by retail and also wholesale. They have so many kinds of flowers from either grown in Thailand like Jasmine, Rose, Marigold, Sun-flower, Tuberose and Orchid etc. Also some import from aboard like Lily, Gerbera, Bird of paradise, Jacaranda or Rainbow flower etc. If you’re the one who looking for the flowers in Bangkok everyone will recommend you to go and get the flowers from here. That’s because you won’t be disappointed with the fresh flowers and also cheap price.

Take a long-tailed boat cruising along the Chao Phraya River, also known as “The River of Kings” throughout the narrow canals of Thonburi. Along the way, there are numerous temples, shrines, restaurants and schools. Observe the locals going about their day. There are also mobile food vendors, selling delicious BBQ chicken with sticky rice, noodles, fruits etc.  Kids messing around on the water’s edge and taking a swim, jumping from bridges, giving a cheerful wave as you pass by. Get your camera ready right from the start as it is worth taking photo throughout the journey… Stop at Royal Barge Museum to see the beautiful barges used by the King of Thailand on state occasions. Also visit Wat Arun, the magnificent temple of Dawn with its 79-meter pagoda or prang; built in the Khmer style. Then we visit the famous house of Thailand’s late ” Thai Silk King”. Jim Thomson, consisting of seven very old Thai houses skillfully grouped into one, with an outstanding collection of Thai and Asian objects d’art. Then visit Temple Of Dawn at sunset. Transfer back to your hotel.