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Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha

This is the most famous place that is a must for all tourists. It is a large compound located near Sanam Luang in the very heart of Bangkok. The Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha were built after King Rama I ascended the throne as the founder of the Chakri Dynasty on 6 April 1782 and have undergone several repairs and renovations.


The ancient city of Ayuttaya The Thai capital for 417 years, it is one of Thailand's major tourist attraction. Many ancient ruins and art works can be seen in a city that was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong. During the period that Ayuttaya was the Thai capital, 33 kings of 5 dynasties ruled the kingdom until it was destroyed by the Burmese in 1767.

Ayuttaya is 76 kilometers north of Bangkok and boasts magnificent ruins. These numerous ruins indicate that Ayuttaya was one of Indo-China's most properous cities and larger than contemporary London.

Mini Siam Park

Located near Pattaya Klang, is Thailand's first wonder displaying Thai and European heritage on a miniature scale. This is the third miniature town in the world after the Netherlands and Taiwan that brings together models of important objects and historical sites of different culture and civilizations of various periods from the ancient time till the present.

Manohra Dinner Cruise

To enjoy a romantic dinner cruise on Bangkok's legendary Chao Phraya River counts among those must-do experiences that a visit to Thailand's capital would simply not be complete without. It's to reminisce about past, glorious times of silk traders, rice merchants and spectacular royal processions that used the 'River of Kings' to reach the ancient Siamese capital of Ayutthaya.

Bangkok By Boat (Canal Tour)

Relaxing time in the morning by long-tail speed boats along canal(Klong). Spend a time on Thai River Life style, boat taking children to school, people enjoying their moring, take a bath, tending to their laundry.
Early in the morning man and woman, eye chaded by enormous straw hats, take their products to the maket in long, narrow boats. Seated behind piles of high snacks of rice, exotic fruit and vegetable, dried beef and fish, flowers and other goods, they carefully and skillfully paddled amid competitours, boat taking children to school, people enjoying their early morning and other tending to their laundry.

Rose Garden

If your time in bangkok is limited, this is unforgetable of thai culture&tradition. Typical Thai village show, Thai wedding ceremony.
Nearly 60 acres of landscaped tropical garden and orchards await you in this spot which has been developed into a typical thai village. Once insind, you will be regaled with a range of action-packed shows which include folk dances, thai wedding ceremony, sports of takraw, awesome spectacle of elephants at work and the famous thai-boxing. Surely, these images will remain in your memory for a long, long time.

Floating Market

Floating market at Damnoen Saduak is the old traditional way of selling vegatables, fruits,etc from small boat. An exhilarating narrow long-tailed speed ride through this unique market.
This picturesque trip takes you to another well known floating market at klong Damnern Saduak in Ratchaburi province, about two hour drive from Bangkok, An exhilarating narrow long-tailed speed ride through the marshes and 'stilt' houses prepares you for this unique market. Thai style canoes laden with colourful, succulent fruits, vegetables, sweets and meats, gently ply their way through the canal.

Dream World

Exciting and challenging rides are awaiting you. You can take Space Mountain, a high speed Roller Coaster through space visiting other galaxies or experience Asia's very first hanging coaster and find out how brave you are.

Safari World

Thailand's Greatest and most popular open zoo and leisure park. Covering over 200 Acres, Safari World is made up of Safari Park and Marine Park, and offers a Greatest Variety of fun and Entertainment for visitors of All Ages and Nationalities.
Whether it is an exciting Safari drive through a picturesque African wilderness setting. An exhilarating fast paced Action Stunt spectacular and Jungle Cruise.

Hua Hin City Tour

This is a short half day trip and is an excellent chance for everybody to see the most interesting parts of town of Hua Hin, as a group. King Rama 6 had this summer residence build. After sight seeing here we move on to an exotic animal garden and the beautiful railway station of the town.

Petchaburi Temples

This trip gives you an idea of the Thai way of life while exploring many historial places in Petchburi. Enjoy window shopping along local market. See the summer residence of King Mongkut (King Rama 5) known as Khao Wang, a palace set on a 95 meters high hill in enchanting surroundings with magnificent views.

Sam Roi Yot

Thailand's first Coastal National Park is a small but fascinating area of Limestone mountains, coves, beaches, islands and marshy wetlands that is home to a great of plants, birds and some endangered animals. On the way, we see many pineapple farms. We will see more about the production of this excellent fruit when we make a stop at Thai farm.

Wine In Tropics

In Hua Hin, which is better known for the beach and pineapple production than vineyards, the Hua Hin Hills Vineyard & Wine Cellar is an increasingly popular stop for tourists who would like to experience Thai wine for themselves. While the food and wine tasting is a rather simple affair, with little education in terms of nose, glasses, grapes and vintage, it is still a fun day out and definitely worthwhile if you are tired of the beach and want to see a little more of Hua Hin, and the rolling hills between the coast and Burma.

River Kwai (1 day)

Visit historical sites in Kanchanaburi including the world's renowned Bridge over the River Kwai, Built during World War II by prisoners of war and experience a train ride along the Death Railway. Be amazed with an extreme experience of a "Tiger Watch" in the Buddhist temple which keeps numerous animals, among them several tame tigers that walk around freely once a day and can be petted by tourists.

River Kwai VIP

Visit historical sites in Kanchanaburi including the world's renowned Bridge over the River Kwai, Built during World War II by prisoners of war and experience a train ride along the Death Railway. Be amazed with an extreme experience of a "Tiger Watch" in the Buddhist temple which keeps numerous animals, among them several tame tigers that walk around freely once a day and can be petted by tourists.

Koh Tao (1d/2n)

A trip to Koh Tao with its sandy beaches, clear water and an incredibly rich and beautiful underwater world. Swimming and snorkelling, visiting the amazingly beautiful island of Nang Yuan and relaxing on the beach.

Koh Talu (1day)

You will be alone with nature, tropical, sun and crystal clear water, away from the daily hustle and bustle. Swimming and snorkeling.
Lunch included.

Koh Talu (1d/2n)

A two-days trip to paradise, snorkeling tour, a magnificent sandy beach, crystal clear sea, accommodating in comfortable bungalows, lunch (1st and 2nd day), seafood for dinner (first day).

Golf Academy

The Hua Hin golf Academy has over the last 5 years grown to become a foremost teaching facility based on the sound principles laid down by the head professional John Wither. His teachings have helped not just beginners but also local and even touring professionals - all based upon three words - keeping it simple!

Sassi Restaurant

Guests can have a terrific opportunity to dine and see traditional Thai classical dance show!


ATV or All Terrain Vehicle can be a good fun to explore the terrain in an adventurous or relaxing way. The drive can be made amongst lush crops, muddy, sandy, rocky or designed dirt road.

Elephant Trekking

From all parts of Kaeng Krachan National Park the area of Pala U waterfall is the most fantastic with it's untouched nature, that can be reached in only one day. On this trip you get in touch with the jungle and expenence the forest with huge trees.


A number of military operated shooting ranges are available for public use around town, they are usually located a few kilometers out. There is a Hua Hin Shooting Association.

Monkey Island

Full day of fun for the whole family. The tour starts by admiring the panoramic view of the area from a hilltop temple. Cruise through the picturesque fishing village of Pak Nam Pran and out to the open sea. Set sail to Monkey Island, ferry ashore to feed the monkeys (bananas provided), try some fishing (rods and bait provided) or maybe just enjoy a relaxing swim in the clean, calm, warm, safe waters of the Gulf or try some kayaking.

Tropical Garden Nong Nooch

Covering an area of some 500 acres about 15 kilometers from South Pattaya is a Thai-village-style recreation cum vacation park, Suan Nong Nooch. The entire area is beautifully landscaped, with orchid nursery and other botanical gardens. There are also cultural and traditional performances and an elephant show.

Crocodile Farm

The Crocodile Farm in Pattaya does not only show crocodiles. The park is called "The million years stones park as well and so you can see some huge beautiful stones, a colourful park and a lot of attractions and shows. The park covers 280.000 sqm (70 acres).


Exceptional opportunity to ride in a jeep and watch the giraffes, deers, ostriches, peacocks, hippos and even carnivorous tigers and lions. The tour is for whole day, including lunch.

Khao Kheaw Zoo

The zoo is a home for about 300 species of animals and birds in the total number of 8,000. There is a unique opportunity to see the wild nature and its inhabitants. You can also see rare white tigers delivered from the zoo, "Memphis" (USA).

Wat Yan

Wat Yannasangwararam – a newly completed royal temple dedicated to his Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Located ca. 15km to the south of Pattaya, the Park-like temple is vast, scenic and tranquil and consists of several beautiful buildings, both religious and non-religious, including one looking like a Chinese imperial palace. Built around a lake, the huge facility accommodates a variety of temples of different architectural styles, buildings, monuments, parks, a mountain-temple and small little houses built for the monks to live in.

River Kwai (2d/1n)

The most popular excursion for Russian tourists in Pattaya! You will go for sightseeing along the river in boats, will spend the night in an unusual hotel, which stands right on the waters of the River Kwai, will see the dance  of ethnic Mon, swim in the healing hot springs and enjoy exotic nature.

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