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A 6N/7D itinerary for Bangkok: Day 1: After your arrival in Bangkok, visit Pattaya's grand theatre - Alcazar Show and catch one of their spectacular performances. Day 2: Hop aboard a speedboat and head out to the Gulf of Thailand, for the gem that is the Coral Island, also known as Koh Lan. Here, you can unwind by the sea, sunbathe or engage in an assortment of activities offered here, such as snorkelling, parasailing, Banana boat rides etc. Day 3: Visit Pattaya's Nong Nooch Garden next. Known across the globe for it one-of-a-kind Thai cultural presentations, traditional dances and elephant shows, its also touted to be the largest and most stunning botanical garden in Southeast Asia. Day 4: Head back to Bangkok on the fourth day and explore the City of Angeles with the evening cruise at Chao Phraya. Day 5: For a one-on-one interaction with dolphins and seals, go to Bangkok's Marine Park, that's a much loved open zoo, boasting of four sections - Safari Park, Bird Park, Games Corner and Macaw Island. Day 6: On the 6th day, you can start with the temple of the Golden Buddha - Wat Trimitr that is home to an abundance of Sukhothai art. Next will be the temple of the Recling Buddha - Wat Po that happens to be Bangkok's oldest shrine. Day 7: Spend the last day leisurely, but if you have time, squeeze in a visit to the MBK market, Indra Market and the Gems Gallery. Places to visit in Thailand: Krabi's Railay Beach and Diamond Cave, Koh Phi Phi's Monkey Beach and Long Beach, Bangkok's Grand Palace, Chiang Mai's Sunday Night Walking Street, the small town of Pai in the Mae Hong Son province for the Pai canyon, the Khao Yai National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sukhothai's Old City, the historic city of Ayutthaya, and the multitude of Thailand's vibrant floating markets.
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Must see-grand palace, wat pho, Siam niramit things to do- lumphin park, flow house, dream world theme park, China Town foodie walk, Siam niramitkhao San road, Siam ocean world, floating market,
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Must see-grand palace, wat pho, Siam niramit things to do- lumphin park, flow house, dream world theme park, China Town foodie walk, Siam niramitkhao San road, Siam ocean world, floating market Day 1: After your arrival in Bangkok, visit Pattaya's grand theatre - Alcazar Show and catch one of their spectacular performances. Day 2: Hop aboard a speedboat and head out to the Gulf of Thailand, for the gem that is the Coral Island, also known as Koh Lan. Here, you can unwind by the sea, sunbathe or engage in an assortment of activities offered here, such as snorkelling, parasailing, Banana boat rides etc. Day 3: Visit Pattaya's Nong Nooch Garden next. Known across the globe for it one-of-a-kind Thai cultural presentations, traditional dances and elephant shows, its also touted to be the largest and most stunning botanical garden in Southeast Asia. Day 4: Head back to Bangkok on the fourth day and explore the City of Angeles with the evening cruise at Chao Phraya. Day 5: For a one-on-one interaction with dolphins and seals, go to Bangkok's Marine Park, that's a much loved open zoo, boasting of four sections - Safari Park, Bird Park, Games Corner and Macaw Island. Day 6: On the 6th day, you can start with the temple of the Golden Buddha - Wat Trimitr that is home to an abundance of Sukhothai art. Next will be the temple of the Recling Buddha - Wat Po that happens to be Bangkok's oldest shrine. Day 7: Spend the last day leisurely, but if you have time, squeeze in a visit to the MBK market, Indra Market and the Gems Gallery. Places to visit in Thailand: Krabi's Railay Beach and Diamond Cave, Koh Phi Phi's Monkey Beach and Long Beach, Bangkok's Grand Palace, Chiang Mai's Sunday Night Walking Street, the small town of Pai in the Mae Hong Son province for the Pai canyon, the Khao Yai National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sukhothai's Old City, the historic city of Ayutthaya, and the multitude of Thailand's vibrant floating markets.
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*27th Sept:* *Baiyoke sky to Golden Buddha (15mins) *Sea life at Bangkok (7 mins) *Indra Market *Rooftop (evening) *Shopping at 8pm *28th Sept:* *Safari and Marine World *evening Shopping *29th Sept:* *Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)(32 mins)(from 8am / 50 THB) early morning
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