Welcome to Thailand! Upon your arrival at the airport Our Guide will welcome you with a warm Greetings at the Airport where by you will receive a Free Airport Transfer to your Hotel. Our guide will pick you up from your hotel and we proceed to China Town for self-shopping and return back to the hotel for Overnight at Bangkok
Breakfast at hotel and check out our trip start from Bangkok to Ratchaburi.
Arriving l at Mahathat temple in ratchaburi, Wat Maha That Worawihan is ancient temple, believed that this temple was built in the Dvaravati Period, around the 10th – 11th Century, nearly the same time as when the old city of Ratchaburi was built. The local people call Wat Na Phrathat or Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat. There are Buddha’s relics in the temple. Moreover, interesting things in the temple are Wihan Luang where Phra Mongkhon Buri is enshrined.
We Lunch at A-Tee Kopi restaurant.
Visit Ratchaburi museum national. Ratchaburi National Museum. It was established on November 20, 1986. The building is the previous building of Ratchaburi’s city hall with an inspiration from Western architectural style as appeared in its doors, windows, posts, corners and arches. We proceed to Khu bau museum and visit Bang Kung temple is an Ancient Monument of Ratchaburi Province which it was a civilized port city in Dvaravati period. Ban Khu Bua city plan is a rounded rectangle, aligned along the north-south axis, with the width of eight hundred meters and the length of two kilometers. The city was built on a coastal terrace one to two meters higher than the surrounding area and five meters above the sea level. There were two streams running through the city, which were Huai Khu Bua and Huai Chinnasi.
Next, we visit Bangkung temple. Wat Bang Kung is famous for the small chapel that is completely enclosed within the roots of a banyan tree called Bot Prok Po. It is almost like the tree itself is the pillars of the temple and that without the roots the chapel would fall down. You can also go inside to pay respect to the Buddha image.
Then go to Ruenthai Bang Kung Hotel and check in.
Dinner at the hotel.
Overnight at Bang Kung.
Morning! Today we offer food to monk near canal before Breakfast at hotel.
And then Go to Damnoen Saduak floating market. The most interesting tour will take you to the unspoiled rural floating market of Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, situated 110 km. west of Bangkok. This floating market, one of the most authentic left in Thailand, is a glimpse into the past of how locally grown produce was sold along the many rivers of Thailand. Take a boat to surround area place see viewpoint about farm, house and local lift style.
Visit the Royal Thai handicraft. Royal Thai Handicraft Center (RTC) is situated at 240, Moo.6, Don Kruay Sub-District, Damnoensaduak District, Ratchaburi Province. I is the wood carving demonstration center established with the will to preserve and inherit Thai wood carving. Thai carving is the traditional artwork. All arts related to wood carving are called “Kruang Mai Cham Lak”. It is the prehistoric Thai art style.
Time for Lunch.
After lunch we go to Tao Hong Tai (Ceramics Factory). Tao Hong Tai Ceramics Factory. For over 60 years we have specialized in producing a wide variety of high quality ceramics including Chinese ceramics, Thai ceramics, and modern ceramics also produce custom-made ceramics produced to your specifications including ceramic furniture, sculptures, and tiles.
We will check in at Wing Khum resort befor go to Khao Chong Phran temtle.
Be excited with 100milions Bat cave at Khao Chong Phran temtle. Arrival the cave for waiting the bat. Inside temple, you can philanthropy in temple and walking around the temple. Bat out of cave around 17:45-18:30 every day.
Dinner at restaurant nearby the bat cave.
The we return back to Wing Khum resort.
Breakfast at hotel and check out hotel.
Proceed to museum local of Mon Muang Folk museum at Bann Muang temple. Wat Muang Folk Museum This folk museum is situated in Wat Muang, in the museum are exhibition knowledge about the importance of the Mae Klong Basin in the past, the relationship of the economy, the culture of the Mon Local community in Ban Muang. From the history inscribed in palm-leaved books with Mon script, Wat Muang was an old temple constructed near the end of the Ayutthaya era. At that time, most people in the Ban Muang community and along both sides of the Mae Klong Basin were Mons.
Then visit Khanon temple to see Nang Yai (leather puppets). Nangyai Wat Khanon National Museum This museum is a typical Thai house with an exhibition of more than 300 complete Nang Yai or shadow play, its history, and process of making Nang Yai puppets. Nowadays, Wat Khanon is the only temple with its own Nang Yai troupe which has been in continuous performance. The temple has played a significant role in the conservation of Nang Yai. Nang Yai has been presented for both domestic and international performance.
After Lunch we visit the last place Wat Kong Kharam to see ancient mural. Wat Khongkharam is the Mon temple constructed by Phraya Mon more than 200 years old. The temple consists of the Phra Ubosot, or the ordination hall, surrounded by 7 Mon- style pagodas. The fine mural paintings about Lord Buddha’s life in the main shrine hall are full of detail making them seem real. Completed in the early Bangkok period, they are very rare and worth studying. The temple also houses a Thai style building entirely made of teak with intricate carving designs.
Finish trip and return back to Bangkok.
END OF SERVICE.
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Meals as specified in the Itinerary.
Transfer and Transportation
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