06 DEC – 11 DEC 2020
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THE LAND OF SMILES
Thailand is often called the “Land of Smiles,” not only because visitors love its natural beauty and historical riches, but also because of the country’s friendly people and fascinating culture. We played with tigers at Tiger Temple, visited the Floating Village and local temples, ate a lot of Thai food we fell in love with and met some amazing and extremely hospitable people. Even though we have not gone for a yoga retreat in Thailand yet, we do go back from time to time and one day we will tick off all of the things we eventually want to do.
MAEKLONG RAILWAY MARKET
The railway became famous for its route through the Maeklong Railway Market, nicknamed Talat Rom Hup, meaning the “umbrella pulldown market”. It is one of the largest fresh seafood markets in Thailand, and is centred on the Maeklong Railway’s track.Whenever a train approaches, the awnings and shop fronts are moved back from the rails, to be replaced once the train has passed.
SWISS SHEEP FARM
In place of the ancient dream of those who seek it. The complex nature. Come in contact with the atmosphere of a farm in a valley surrounded by the love that surrounds you with warmth, style European country. Farms that will take you time to dream again. You will enjoy riding the scenic meadows among shepherds. And full of fun activities that are fun and love and romance. The key to my weight. The successor to that reputation.
VENZIA HUA HIN
The newest theme shopping and attraction village in Hua Hin, following the growing popularity and undeniable success of other similar weekend destinations in Thailand. Palio in Kao Yai was probably one of the triggers for such epidemic frenzy for pretty villages, followed by the beautiful Santorini Park in Hua Hin and the now famous Asiatique in Bangkok.
ASIATIQUE THE RIVER FRONT
he Riverfront is a large open-air mall in Bangkok, Thailand. It occupies the former docks of the East Asiatic Company, and faces the Chao Phraya River and Charoen Krung Road. The complex opened in 2012 after extensive renovation of the site.It features 1,500 shops and stalls and 40 restaurants, most of which are housed in the former warehouses. Other historical buildings and objects include an old sawmill and a World War II bomb shelter. There is a parking lot tram designed to look like a car from Bangkok’s former tram system, and the site is decorated with bronze statues representing maritime activity.
Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok, Thailand, on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River. The temple derives its name from the Hindu god Aruna, often personified as the radiations of the rising sun.
NEON NIGHT MARKET
Neon Night Market in Pratunam (locally known as Talad Neon) opens nightly as a lively bazaar on Petchaburi Road, between soi (streets) 23 and 29, close to Platinum Fashion Mall. This funky, youthful market is laid out in lines with shipping containers and stalls selling a variety of fashion, homeware and other trinkets.
READY TO TAKE A JOURNEY WITH YOUR PERSONALIZED TOUR PLANNER?
• Return Flight Ticket by Air Asia.
• 20kg check-in baggage allowance.
• Accommodation ( twin / triple ).
• Meals as per itinerary.
• Entrance fees as per itinerary.
• Coach during tour.
• English Speaking Guide.
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED
• Personal Travel Insurance.
• Personal Expenses.
• Others not mentioned at the above
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Saturday, Sunday: Closed
Public Holiday: Closed
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