THAILAND SHORE EXCURSION
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Flower Market Pakklong
Wat Phra Kaew (Emerald Buddha)
Jim Thomson House
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2 days in Thailand at Laem Chabang port:  

 THACRS-01 Day trip Bangkok from Laem Chabang port: 8:30am Pick up at your ship (Laem Chabang Port) and transfer to visit The Royal Grand Palace which features some of the most spectacular architecture in South East Asia. This palace begun in 1782, consist of several building with highly decorated architectural details, the Golden Chedi, Pantheon of the Chakri Kings, a miniature replica of Angkor Wat in Cambodia and the eight colored towers. Then take a long- tailed boat at Ta Chang pier along the Chao Phraya River, Royal Regalia Museum and ended at the Flower Market Pakklong Talad, after explore Flower Market Pakklong Talad, then transfer to visit the market visit Wat Phra Kaew (The Emerald Buddha) which is in the same compound, house the famous Emerald Buddha which is the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand. Then visit to the Golden Buddha at Wat Trimitr; and the Reclining Buddha at Wat Po; as well as Chinatown, continued by van with driver and guide to visit the Jim Thompson House. Then transfer back to your ship in the late afternoon and arrive your ship around 17:30 – 18:00 for departure at 19:00The tours will be flexible based on your request or suggestion of our guide to enjoy shopping and local cuisine.

 THACRS-02 (L): 07:00am Pick up from your hotel to Damnern Saduak Floating Market, Ratchaburi Province.

On the way will be passing the largest source of salt production in Thailand along the roadside of the highway.

08:00 Visit Mae Klong Market (The World’s Most Fascinating Marketplace)

An open-air marketplace. People sell locally grown fruits, freshly caught seafood, dried spices, peppers, and other local foods.  Amazing! Train tracks run right through the marketplace. When the train comes by, vendors have to close up their canopy and wait for it to pass. Naturally, it’s a popular spot with the tourists. Visit Coconut Garden

See how the sugar is being made right from the coconut syrup of coconut flower.

Then take long-tail boat going along narrow canal surround the plantation.

Arrive at Damnern Saduak floating market.

See a fascinating Thai way of life from the ancient time that is still widely practiced in this area. A chance to try various kinds of exotic Thai fruits and choices of Thai handicrafts are available at the spot.                 

Depart from Floating Market to visit Wooden Handy Craft Factory.

They show you how to produce wood carving.

11:00am Return to Bangkok and we stop to visit a unique market on the track. One can hardly imagine what happens here. A complete market on a used railway track. If the train arrives at the market vendors put their products on the side of the track and all visitors look for a safe place to avoid the train. Once the train has passed, everything goes to its original position. All baskets and tables had to be put back on the place and the market is again in full swing as if nothing happened. This is one attraction you must see to believe!

Then transfer back to Bangkok by minivan and send back to your ship in the late afternoon for departure 17:00. End services.

KOHCRS-01 Day trip Koh Samui:

08:00 Pick up at your ship from Nathon Pier to Elephant Camp.

09:30  Visit Elephant Camp, elephant trekking/ 20 min, elephant show, monkey show.

11:00  Visit Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai) Koh Samui’s most famous landmark, and as its name suggests, it’s very…BIG! The 12-metre high golden statue sits at the top of a grand staircase, and it’s big enough to be seen from the sky as your plane approaches the island. The Big Buddha was built in 1972 and is part of the Phra Yai Temple in the northeast of the island.

12:00  Visit Viewpoint, The viewpoint sits atop limestone boulders that spill gently into the tranquil turquoise sea. Here you get a fantastic view of the Chaweng area through to Mae Nam Beach in the distance

12:30 Visit Grandfather & Grandmother Rocks (Hin Ta Hin Yai) Mother nature indeed has a sense of humor! These rocks have been shaped over millions of years by wind and water to resemble human reproductive organs. They are set on a beautiful coast lined with gigantic rocks that form inviting shallow pools in between. Because of their shape.

13:00 Visit Kunaram Temple (Mummified Monk) The body of Samui’s most famous mummified monk, Luang Pordaeng, is on display here in a specially constructed building. When he died more than 20 years ago, he was sitting in a meditation position. He is still in that same position and his body show a few signs of any major decay.

13:30 Visit Namuang Waterfalls  Na Muang Falls is the tallest waterfall on Samui. The water cascades over amazingly purple rocks and there’s a great pool for swimming at the base. This is the most scenic – and somewhat less frequented – of Samui’s falls.

Then transfer back to your ship for departure at 15:00.

 2 days Bangkok if the ship dock at Klong Toey Port:

 THACRS- 03 Day 1: Ship arrive Bangkok Klong Toey port at 8:00am. Pick up at your ship and transfer to visit The Royal Grand Palace which features some of the most spectacular architecture in South East Asia. This palace begun in 1782, consist of several building with highly decorated architectural details, the Golden Chedi, Pantheon of the Chakri Kings, a miniature replica of Angkor Wat in Cambodia and the eight colored towers. Then take a long- tailed boat at Ta Chang pier along the Chao Phraya River, Royal Regalia Museum and ended at the Flower Market Pakklong Talad, after explore Flower Market Pakklong Talad, then transfer to visit the market visit Wat Phra Kaew (The Emerald Buddha) which is in the same compound, house the famous Emerald Buddha which is the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand. Then visit to the Golden Buddha at Wat Trimitr; and the Reclining Buddha at Wat Po; as well as Chinatown, continued by van with driver and guide to visit the Jim Thompson House. Then transfer back to your hotel in the late afternoon. The tours will be flexible based on your request or suggestion of our guide to enjoy shopping and local cuisine.

 Day 2: (L): 07:00 AM Pick up at your ship (Klong Toey Port) to Damnern Saduak Floating Market, Ratchaburi Province.

On the way will be passing the largest source of salt production in Thailand along the roadside of the highway.

08:00 Visit Mae Klong Market (The World’s Most Fascinating Marketplace)

An open-air marketplace. People sell locally grown fruits, freshly caught seafood, dried spices, peppers, and other local foods.  Amazing! Train tracks run right through the marketplace. When the train comes by, vendors have to close up their canopy and wait for it to pass. Naturally, it’s a popular spot with the tourists. Visit Coconut Garden

See how the sugar is being made right from the coconut syrup of coconut flower.

Then take long-tail boat going along narrow canal surround the plantation.

Arrive at Damnern Saduak floating market.

See a fascinating Thai way of life from the ancient time that is still widely practiced in this area. A chance to try various kinds of exotic Thai fruits and choices of Thai handicrafts are available at the spot.                 

Depart from Floating Market to visit Wooden Handy Craft Factory.

They show you how to produce wood carving.

11:00am Return to Bangkok and we stop to visit a unique market on the track. One can hardly imagine what happens here. A complete market on a used railway track. If the train arrives at the market vendors put their products on the side of the track and all visitors look for a safe place to avoid the train. Once the train has passed, everything goes to its original position. All baskets and tables had to be put back on the place and the market is again in full swing as if nothing happened. This is one attraction you must see to believe!

Then transfer back to your ship at 16:00 for departure 17:00. End services.