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Bangkok tours, sights and activities

    Poin Penting

    Bangkok
    Safari, Marine, Park, 4, Face, Buddha, Asiatique, Night, Bazaar
    Pattaya
    Maeklong Railway Market, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Sriracha Tiger Zoo, Honey Bee Farm, Coral Island, Gems Gallery, Laser Buddha, Silverlake Vineyard, Art in Paradise
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  • CNE Holidays

    CNE Holidays

    Cultural and Entertainment Holidays is a trusted travel agency in Singapore that offers affordable tour packages, flights, hotels, and cruises to different destinations. The agency has been in the business for more than 40 years already, solidifying its position as one of the pioneering travel companies in Singapore.

  • Day 1: Arrival - Bangkok
    Depart from Singapore Changi International Airport to Bangkok International Airport (Suvarnabhumi Airport). Meet and transfer to hotel for check-in. Then free to do own activities.
    Day 2: Bangkok - Pattaya (B/L/D)
    Places to visit: Maeklong Railway Market, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Sriracha Tiger Zoo, Honey Bee Farm
    Day 3: Pattaya (B/L/D)
    Places to visit: Coral Island (by speedboat), train ride at Gems Gallery, Laser Buddha, Silverlake Vineyard, Art in Paradise
    Day 4: Pattaya - Bangkok (B)
    Places to visit: Safari + Marine Park, 4 - Face Buddha, Asiatique Night Bazaar
    Day 5: Bangkok - Departure (B)
    Free and easy until time transfer to Bangkok International Airport for flight back home.
    • Land tour only
    • Includes 4 nights hotel accommodation, return transfers, meals, sightseeing as per itinerary, service of English/Chinese speaking guide
    • Sequence of itinerary is subject to change with/without notice
    • Important notes:
      • Sightseeing (include entrance fee) as per itinerary on Seat-In-Coach
      • Peak Season: 18Dec-10Jan'15 / 16-25Feb'15 | Peak Surcharge applies from S$55 - S$85 per pax (both date inclusive)
      • Compulsory Gala Dinner for Christmas, New Year, & Chinese New Year: S$90 per adult / S$48 per child
      • Any un-utilized services, unused tours or hotel rooms are non-refundable
      • Other terms and conditions apply
    • Package excludes:
      • Air Tickets
      • All airport taxes and applicable fuel surcharges
      • Travel Insurance
      • Service fee for Guide and Driver (SGD 20 per pax)
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Chiang Mai tours, sights and activities

    Poin Penting

    Chiang Mai
    Mae Sai, Golden Triangle, Mekong River, Opium House, Horse Carriage Ride, Honey Shop, Leather Shop, Gem Gallery, Home Industries, Umbrella Village, Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
    Chiang Rai
    Elephant Camp, Bamboo Rafting, Oxcart Riding, Mae Kajan Hot Spring, Wat Rong Khun
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  • CTC Travel

    CTC Travel

    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Singapore - Chiang Mai (Via BKK) (MOB/D)
    Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport and fly to culturally significant city in northern Thailand – Chiang Mai. Upon arrival, meet & greet by local representative. Thereafter, hop on “Tuk Tuk” to roam at city moat of Chiang Mai. At night, enjoy the Khantoke Dinner. The Khantoke Dinner consists of an enticing array of many small dishes presented on an individual dining tray. And experience the culture through the Lanna-Style performance which will keep you entertained throughout dinner. After dinner, you will Experience Release of Sky Lantern – subject to weather conditions. Remark: Release of Sky Lantern is subject to weather conditions.
    Day 2: Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, visit to the Elephant Camp where you enjoy elephant performances. You will experience a pleasant Ride on an Elephant, Bamboo Rafting, and Oxcart Riding. Continue to Longneck Village. Next, drive along to Chiang Rai. Stop off at Mae Kajan Hot Spring for break. There after, visit to the White Temple – Wat Rong Khun. It is seven wonders of Thailand.
    Day 3: Chiang Rai - Chiang Mai (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, proceed to the border of Thailand and Myanmar – Mae Sai. You may can join the optional tour enter to Myanmar. Thereafter, visit to the Golden Triangle, well-known for the growing of opium. You may can join the optional tour by boat trip along Mekong River. Proceed to the Opium House where you can learn more experience about opium caravan.
    Day 4: Chiang Mai (B/L/D)
    Today, you will experience hop on a Horse Carriage Ride to explore ancient city. Stop off at Honey Shop, Leather Shop, Gem Gallery and Home Industries where you can see variety of shops specializing in antiquities, thai silk, handicraft, silverware and etc. Continue to Umbrella Village for the Hand Paint an Umbrella Experience. You can paint at your own desire, also you can bring home and keep as souvenir. Proceed to Chiang Mai Night Bazaar for your pleasant shopping.
    Day 5: Chiang Mai - Bangkok (Flight) (B)
    This morning, proceed to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. This temple is at 3520 feet above sea level. At the top, you may enjoy birds - eye view of beautiful Chiang Mai city. Transfer to airport for flight to Bangkok. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel.
    Day 6: Bangkok (B)
    Today, free at your own leisure.
    Day 7: Bangkok - Singapore (B/MOB)
    Today, free at your own leisure. At designed time, transfer to airport for flight home.
    • Full Package includes air tickets, hotel accommodations, meals and sightseeings are specifiec in itinerary.
    • Notes
      • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
      • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
      • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
      • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
      • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
      • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
      • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
      • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
      • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
      • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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Chiang Mai tours, sights and activities

    Poin Penting

    Chiang Mai
    Elephant Camp, Bamboo Rafting, Oxcart Riding, Mae Kajan Hot Spring, Wat Rong Khun, Horse Carriage Ride, Honey Shop, Leather Shop, Gem Gallery, Home Industries, Umbrella Village, Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
    Chiang Rai
    Mae Sai, Golden Triangle, Mekong River, Opium House
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  • CTC Travel

    CTC Travel

    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Arrival - Chiang Mai (Via BKK) (MOB/D)
    Upon arrival, meet & greet by local representative. Thereafter, hop on “Tuk Tuk” to roam at city moat of Chiang Mai. At night, enjoy the Khantoke Dinner. The Khantoke Dinner consists of an enticing array of many small dishes presented on an individual dining tray. And experience the culture through the Lanna-Style performance which will keep you entertained throughout dinner. After dinner, you will Experience Release of Sky Lantern – subject to weather conditions. Remark: Release of Sky Lantern is subject to weather conditions.
    Day 2: Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, visit to the Elephant Camp where you enjoy elephant performances. You will experience a pleasant Ride on an Elephant, Bamboo Rafting, and Oxcart Riding. Continue to Longneck Village. Next, drive along to Chiang Rai. Stop off at Mae Kajan Hot Spring for break. There after, visit to the White Temple – Wat Rong Khun. It is seven wonders of Thailand.
    Day 3: Chiang Rai - Chiang Mai (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, proceed to the border of Thailand and Myanmar – Mae Sai. You may can join the optional tour enter to Myanmar. Thereafter, visit to the Golden Triangle, well-known for the growing of opium. You may can join the optional tour by boat trip along Mekong River. Proceed to the Opium House where you can learn more experience about opium caravan.
    Day 4: Chiang Mai (B/L/D)
    Today, you will experience hop on a Horse Carriage Ride to explore ancient city. Stop off at Honey Shop, Leather Shop, Gem Gallery and Home Industries where you can see variety of shops specializing in antiquities, thai silk, handicraft, silverware and etc. Continue to Umbrella Village for the Hand Paint an Umbrella Experience. You can paint at your own desire, also you can bring home and keep as souvenir. Proceed to Chiang Mai Night Bazaar for your pleasant shopping.
    Day 5: Chiang Mai - Bangkok (Flight) (B)
    This morning, proceed to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. This temple is at 3520 feet above sea level. At the top, you may enjoy birds - eye view of beautiful Chiang Mai city. Transfer to airport for flight to Bangkok. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel.
    Day 6: Bangkok (B)
    Today, free at your own leisure.
    Day 7: Bangkok - Departure (B/MOB)
    Today, free at your own leisure. At designed time, transfer to airport for flight home.
    • Land Package includes hotel accommodations, meals and sightseeings are specified in itinerary.
    • Notes
      • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
      • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
      • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
      • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
      • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
      • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
      • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
      • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
      • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
      • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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  • CNE Holidays

    CNE Holidays

    Cultural and Entertainment Holidays is a trusted travel agency in Singapore that offers affordable tour packages, flights, hotels, and cruises to different destinations. The agency has been in the business for more than 40 years already, solidifying its position as one of the pioneering travel companies in Singapore.

  • Day 1: Arrival - Bangkok
    Meet arrival and transfer to hotel (S.I.C) .
    Day 2: Bangkok - Hua Hin (B/L/D)
    Places to visit: Maeklong Railway Market, one of the Seven Wonders of Thailand. This is a unique market that is held every day literally on the rail tracks. Just before the train arrivals , the market stallholders have to pull back their awnings and remove their produce from the tracks. They then have to repeat all of this when train returns.(remark: train arrival scheduled is subject to the change without prior notice) Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, one of the most famous floating markets in Thailand. This buzzing market is routinely crowded with hundreds of vendors and purchasers floating in their small rowing boats sellings and buying or exchanging their goods.it’s colourful, noisy, touristy but great fun. Swiss Sheep Farm, in place of the ancient dream of those who seek it. 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. Plearnwan old town: Thailand’s first eco vintage village, it was built inlate 2009 to recapture to recapture the classic charm of old Hua Hin. Plearn means enjoy and wan refers to yesteryear in Thai language. It is described as a “ Center of enjoy and happiness”.
    Day 3: Hua Hin (B/L/D)
    Places to visit: San Phan Nam Floating Market, in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province is actually a new market, which opened earlier this year. Inspired by the designs of many outstanding landmarks located around Hua Hin, the market’s setting provides a glimpse into the past, while offering tourists the chance to browse among an array of stalls, selling souvenirs and local specialties. Huay Mongkol Temple (Luang Phor Thuad), this Buddhist temple has the world’s largest statue of Luang Phor Thuad a legendary southern Thai Monk revered for his enlightenment and ability to perform miracles. Many believe that the amulets created in his image guarantee safety in times of distress. Santorini Park brings a slice of the picture-perfect Greek Island to Cha-Am. It’s got all the details right, from classic whitewashed buildings, colorfully painted windows, down to stone-paved paths and domed towers. An impressive lineup of shops, restaurants and an amusement park promise good time for Hua Hin Night Market is a fascinating insight into Thailand’s way of life. You will find countless outlets and stands selling delicious food which is freshly cooked and served to you within a matter of minutes. Do also take a look behind the stalls on the pavements, because there are plenty of restaurants there as well. Other than the food, you’ll discover an overwhelming variety of local handicrafts, souvenirs and clothing on sale.
    Day 4: Hua Hin - Bangkok (B/L/D)
    Places to visit: Chao Phya Canal (included boat ride) / Wat Arun Temple, better known as the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the best known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok MBK Shopping Mall, founded in 1985, also known as Mah-boon-krong, At 8 stories high and 350 metres long with the total area of 140,000 square meters makes MBK Centre once the biggest mall in Asia . Asiatique The Riverfront (night market), there is an expansive open-air mall with river views and cutting-edge festival market and living museum” concept, fusing shopping, dining, culture and colonial-style architecture, it offers a pleasant experience for those is seach of style and sophistication
    Day 5: Bangkok - Departure (B)
    Free at your own leisure until time transfer to airport for flight back home.
    • Shopping stop: Gems Gallery, Leather Factory & Honey Bee Farm
    • Hotels:
      • BKK A : Grand Alpine, Pratunam Pavilion, Metro Resort Pratunam or similar
      • BKK B : Indra Regent, Baiyoke Boutique, Mandarin by Centrepoint or similar
      • BKK C : Holiday Inn Express Sathorn, Holiday Inn Express Siam , GLOW Trinity, Montien Patpong or similar
      • BKK D ; Berkeley, Glow Pratunam, Centara Watergate Pavilion, Grand Diamond Suites or similar
      • BKK E : Courtyard by Marriott, Novotel Platinum, Grande Centrepoint Ratchadamri or similar
      • Hua hin hotels: Royal Pavilion, IBIS Hua Hin, Hua Hin Good View or similar
    • Package includes:
      • 4 Nights accommodation
      • Daily breakfast
      • 2-way transfers from/to Suvarnabhumi Airport via seat-in coach
    • Important notes:
      • High season surcharge: 24 Dec'14 - 05 Jan'15 / 16 - 25 Feb'15: S$ 50.00 per adt/chd (both dates inclusive )
      • Compulsory Gala Dinner for Christmas, New Year, & Chinese New Year: To be advised
      • Any un-utilized services, unused tours or hotel rooms are non-refundable
      • Other terms and conditions apply
    • Package excludes:
      • Air Tickets
      • All airport taxes and applicable fuel surcharges
      • Travel Insurance
      • Service fee for Guide and Driver (SGD 20 per pax)
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  • Travel Haven

    Travel Haven

    Luxury Travel Tailor Made For You With more than 18 years of experience in serving our clients and assisting travelers to embark on a memorable journey, you are assured of a remarkable holiday.

  • Day 1: Arrive Bangkok
    Welcome to Bangkok! Upon arrival you will be transferred to your hotel and the remainder of today is at your leisure to relax and enjoy. Overnight in Bangkok.
    Day 2: Bangkok (B/L)
    After breakfast at your hotel, meet with your guide and head out of your hotel for a sightseeing in the City of Angels using exclusively public means of transportation. Take a public boat to Tha Thien pier where you disembark to visit Wat Po the home of Thai massage and the reclining Buddha. Continue to visit the Grand Palace. The Royal Grand Palace is the nation’s landmark and the most revered royal monument and host of the mysterious Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha image in Thailand. Appropriate dress is required (or can be rented on site). Walk or Tuk Tuk across the royal fields of Sanam Luang and eventually push up to the backpacker’s mecqua of Khao San Road (approx 20 mn). Back to the Thai Champs Elysées, Rachadamnoen, where you’ll get in tuk-tuks to reach a local Thai restaurant for a delicious lunch. After lunch, walk to the end of the avenue to the historical Klong (Canal) Saen Saap, board the klong “bus-boat” and cross the city to the west. Disembark for a short walk in Ratchathewi boat station to visit Jim Thompson’s House Museum. After the visit, the opportunity is given for shopping in one of the 5 huge shopping complex of the area (MBK, Siam Square, Siam Center, Siam Discovery, Siam Paragon), or simply return to your hotel by BTS. Overnight in Bangkok.
    Day 3: Bangkok - Luang Prabang (B/D)
    Your guide will meet you at your hotel and assist with your transfer to the airport for your flight to Luang Prabang. Upon arrival at Luang Prabang airport, your guide will be waiting to greet you and transfer you to your hotel. A half-day orientation of Luang Prabang gives you a brief, yet informative, look in to the history and culture of this small town. The first stop will take you to a Wat (temple), the spiritual center of Laos’ Buddhist culture. You might have the opportunity to speak with monks or novices who live at the temple and gain insight into the spiritual life of the Lao people. Your next step will be at Phou Si Mountain, located in the center of town. Climb the 328 steps that lead to the top of the hill where you will be rewarded with marvelous views of the Mekong and Nam Khan Rivers, the neighboring mountain ranges, and the city buildings. The sunset views are particularly spectacular as the sun casts glorious colors over the peaceful scenery below. Descend the steps on the opposite side of the hill and stroll to the nearby colorful Night Market. Every evening along the main street, the area’s ethnic minorities gather to sell their handicrafts. The quiet evening atmosphere and soft lights of the stalls combine to create a magical market setting from which to shop for souvenirs. This evening enjoy dining at L’Eléphant, one of the city’s best restaurants. Overnight in Luang Prabang.
    Day 4: Luang Prabang (B/L/D)
    For early risers, there is a very special dawn visit to watch the monks collecting the alms. As the sun begins to rise, long lines of orange-robed monks leave their pagodas and walk barefoot down the streets collecting offerings from Luang Prabang residents. It is a beautiful, serene ceremony that highlights the spiritualism of the Laos people. Return to the hotel for breakfast Transfer by vehicle to the Historical Old Town of central Luang Prabang where your tour begins at the fresh market. Accompanied by your guide, walk through the rows of stalls looking at what is on sale. The locals come here every day to shop for vegetables, fruits and other exotic specialties and delicacies. The market is adjacent to the National Museum, your next stop. Once the Royal Palace of Laos, the National Museum is filled with art, artifacts, and jewels and a visit examines the history and rich culture of the country (closed on Tuesdays). After this, continue your tour of Luang Prabang by visiting some of the city’s most important temples. Start at Wat Visoun, where you will see the famous Watermelon Stupa, shaped like the fruit from which it takes its name. This temple was destroyed in 1887 by the invading Black Flags from China, and was restored in 1930 by Buddhist monks and local people. We will also visit Wat Aham where you will see the altar of the 2 guardian spirits of Luang Prabang. Enjoy lunch in town at Tamarind restaurant where you will have a chance to sample unusual local specialties not available back home. This afternoon, head to Ock Pop Tok to experience textiles in Laos - the history, methods, and cultural significance. You will have a chance to design and/or dye your own scarf. Take a break at Le Patio Café, located inside the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Center (TAEC), and sip a local brew of coffee. Then, take a tour of TAEC, a museum dedicated to exploring the rich diversity of Laos’ ethnic minorities. Traditional costumes, tools, and artifacts are on display alongside in-depth descriptions and written histories. It is a great opportunity to gain insight in to the Lao people. Late this afternoon, experience the wonderful flavors of Lao cuisine with a Lao cooking class. Led by Chef Mr. Chantanong from The Residence Phou Vao, the cooking course is a fun, hands-on way to learn about the ingredients involved and techniques used to create the local cuisine. The cooking class can be organized in the main kitchen or outside, in front of the pool, overlooking the Phousi mountain. At the end of the course, sit down to enjoy a delicious dinner which you have helped prepare. Participants will also receive a book of Lao recipes and a certificate from the chef. Overnight in Luang Prabang.
    Day 5: Luang Prabang (B/L/D)
    This morning venture to Luang Prabang’s peninsula where the Mekong and Nam Khan Rivers merge. The beautiful Wat Xieng Thong is located here and a visit to the temple unveils golden gates, ornaments, and colorful murals. After exploring the temple, walk to the nearby pier to board the ‘Nava Mekong’ a traditional river boat that will enable you to enjoy a leisurely paced cruise up and down the mystical Mekong River. As you leave the peninsula of Luang Prabang behind you, you witness rural life and peaceful sceneries on the banks of the river as you cruise upstream. After just a bit more than an hour, you reach Pak Ou caves at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Ou River giving its name to the location. In these 2 caves are displayed hundreds of sacred centuries-old Buddha images which are the object of pilgrimages during the Lao New Year festivities around mid April. The venue offers amateur photographers endless possibilities. The boat then keeps cruising in the vicinity of the caves and will moor during lunch time at the foot of beautiful limestone cliffs. A selection of typical Lao dishes will be served onboard. Cruise back to Luang Prabang and return in the early afternoon. On the way back to town, visit 2 villages, Ban Xang Khong and Ban Xien Lek, where traditional Lao textiles and Saa (Mulberry) Paper are produced. The remainder of today is at your leisure for additional sight-seeing or relaxing in this charming city until dinner this evening at Couleur Café. Overnight in Luang Prabang.
    Day 6: Luang Prabang – Vientiane (B/L/D)
    This morning transfer to the airport for your flight to Vientiane, the capital of Laos. (QV 101, 1150-1230, subject to change without prior notice from the airlines). On arrival, your luggage will be transferred to the hotel while you enjoy your lunch at Makphet. Makphet is a charity-run restaurant that supports street children by providing them training and a job at the vocational restaurant. The food served is delicious, made from fresh ingredients, and prepared in a kitchen which meets the highest international standards of hygiene. Continue to Makphet Restaurant for lunch. This afternoon, visit “Les Artisans Lao”. Here the trainees transform recycled and renewable materials such as bamboo, palm, and mulberry leaves into quality notebooks, stationary and printer paper. Carved wood materials and coconut based products are also crafted here. By visiting the centre, you help promote poverty alleviation by supporting the creation of livelihood opportunities for disadvantaged groups as they learn a new, sustainable trade. Drive along the Mekong River and continue to the Patuxay monument, Laos’ version of the Arc de Triomphe. Stop here to climb the stairs to the top of Patuxay to enjoy a panoramic view over the city. Before sunset, enjoy a stroll along the Mekong River banks and stop, if you wish, to enjoy a cold drink at one of the many riverside food stalls. This evening, dinner is at Chez Philippe restaurant, one of the best tables in town, renowned for its French dishes served in a cozy and intimate atmosphere. Overnight in Vientiane.
    Day 7: Vientiane (B/L/D)
    Start this morning with a visit to That Luang, the holiest site in Laos. Constructed by King Setthethirat in the 16th century, the temple is resplendent as the sun is shines upon its towering golden spire. Continue down Lane Xang Avenue the serene Wat Sisaket, the only temple left intact after the Siamese (Thai) invasion in 1828. It is one of the most beautiful temples in the capital, and its breezy teak covered hallways are filled with thousands of miniature Buddha statues. Continue on to the nearby Wat Phra Keo. Used as a religious museum, Wat Phra Keo displays a collection of both Lao and Khmer works of art. Enjoy lunch at “Le Central” restaurant, a French style bistro run and managed by French expatriates. The food is delicious “home style” French cuisine with just the right twist to turn each dish into a feast for the eyes! This afternoon is free for you to enjoy shopping, more sightseeing, or a spa treatment. Pamper yourself after a day out by a stop at a local Spa where professionally trained masseuses will take care of you by using different kinds of techniques and natural products to relieve your tensions accumulated during the day. For your final evening in Laos, a unique, traditional Lao ceremony is prepared. The Baci is performed in celebration of an important event such as weddings, births, or for welcoming guests and is a means of expressing good will and good luck to others. The Lao believe that each person has 32 spirits which constitute their spiritual essence and the Baci is the ritual used to call back any escaped spirits in to the body. During the Baci, special flower trays and food treats are prepared which are then touch by the participants while a Buddhist mantra is chanted. After the chanting is completed, cotton threads are tied around the participants’ wrist whilst they receive an individual blessing. Afterwards, as is tradition, all participants will sit down to share a delicious meal. Enjoy authentic Lao cuisine in the comfort of your hosts’ home and spend time talking and interacting with the friendly locals. Overnight in Vientiane.
    Day 8: Vientiane – Phnom Penh (B)
    Your guide and private car will meet you at your hotel and transfer you to the airport onward flight to Phnom Penh. Upon arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport, you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel right in the heart of the city. Phnom Penh was once considered one of the most beautiful cities in the Orient, and despite its recent turbulent history it still retains a colonial charm as much of its original architecture remains. Cambodia’s capital is a bustling city majestically located at the confluence of the mighty rivers of the Mekong and the Tonlé Sap. Wide tree-lined boulevards and many colonial-era buildings reflect the glorious days and add to the charm of the city where Asian traditions meet Western customs in a fascinating way. Relax and unwind after your flight as you will have some time at leisure. Enjoy an atmospheric sunset river cruise and watch how Phnom Penh’s popular riverfront awakens to life while tasting the local coconuts, a popular and refreshing drink. Overnight in Phnom Penh.
    Day 9: Phnom Penh (B)
    After breakfast at the hotel, depart on a city tour in a typical cyclo. First, visit Wat Phnom, which is situated near the northern boundary of the city. The original temple was built in 1372 by a rich Khmer lady named Penh, who found a collection of statues of the Buddha washed up on the river bank and decided to house them on a nearby hill ("Phnom"). The site contains some good examples of Khmer architecture and statues. You will visit the most remarkable sights Phnom Penh has to offer. First, you will head to the National Museum which was designed by George Groslier and the Ecole des Arts Cambodgiens. The museum was built in traditional Khmer style in 1917 and was inaugurated in 1920 by King Sisowath. It houses the world's foremost collection of ancient Khmer archaeological, religious, and artistic artefacts from the 4th to the 13th centuries. Over 5,000 pieces are on display, constituting the repository of the Kingdom's cultural wealth. In addition, the roof space is home to a large bat colony! Continue on foot to the Royal Palace. This palace dates back to 1866 and was the last palace built during the French colonial period. The same complex houses the Silver Pagoda, named for the over 5000 heavy silver tiles that cover its floors. Its original name is Wat Prakeo, meaning Temple of the Emerald Buddha. In this temple you will view a collection of Buddhas in gold, silver, crystal, and bronze. Overnight in Phnom Penh.
    Day 10: Phnom Penh – Siem Reap (B)
    Mid-morning, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight across Cambodia to Siem Reap, the gateway to the majestic temples of Angkor and a charming little city. Your guide will meet you and accompany you while you check into your hotel. Settle in and refresh. After a lunch break, depart by Tuk Tuk on a very special sightseeing tour of the famous Angkor Wat. Built during the reign of King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century, Angkor Wat is constructed following the model of the temple mountain symbolising the Mount Meru, home of the gods. The divine residence of Vishnu, the King himself was to reside here after his death. Inside the temple, the walls are covered with stone carvings and bas-reliefs depicting Hindu mythology and the wars Suryavarman II fought during his reign. Moreover, Angkor Wat is well known for the over 2.000 Apsara dancers decorating the temple. Construction is thought to have taken some thirty years of intensive labor. Today, Angkor Wat is figured on Cambodia's national flag as the temple symbolizes the soul of the Khmer people. Overnight in Siem Reap.
    Day 11: Siem Reap - Bangkok (B/L)
    After breakfast, head out to Beng Mealea, a temple tucked away deep in the Cambodian jungle. During the one hour drive, you will get a glimpse of the beautiful Cambodian countryside. Along the way, your English speaking guide will explain a bit of the history of the region and point out sights along the way. Upon arrival, explore Beng Mealea. This temple is often missed out by the crowds but offers excellent opportunities to take pictures and is often regarded to as one of the most adventurous temples in Cambodia. Continue on to Koh Ker, an area only recently opened to tourists. Here you will see various temples from the 10th century, including the massive Prasat Thom. Enjoy a delicious Picnic Lunch at the temples. After your visit, drive back to Siem Reap town. The remainder of this afternoon is at your leisure until transferring to the airport for your onward flight. Optional Helicopter Flight: Fly from Siem Reap directly to Beng Mealea and Koh Ker. You will have an incredible view of Angkor Wat as you view the entire temple complex from the air. This is the best way to grasp the sheer enormity of the former Khmer empire. Upon arrival in Bangkok you will be transferred to your hotel for an evening at your leisure. Overnight in Bangkok.
    Day 12: Depart Bangkok (B)
    This morning is free for last minute shopping or sightseeing before transferring to the airport for your departure flight.
  • Our services include:
    • Accommodation in selected hotel on Double/Twin Room with breakfast.
    • Meals as mentioned (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
    • Airfares for international flights: Bangkok – Luang Prabang, Phnom Penh – Siem Reap – Bangkok.
    • English speaking guide or representative
    • Tours and transfers as mentioned by private air conditioned vehicle SIC round-trip airport transfers as mentioned by hotel shuttle vehicle on day 11th & 12th
    • Entrance fees for mentioned visits
    • All entrance fees as indicated in itinerary + 3 day Angkor Wat entrance fee.
    • City tour in Phnom Penh.
    • Visit to the temples of Angkor.

    Our services do not include:
    • Other meals than mentioned
    • All airport and departure taxes (Cambodia USD 25).
    • Visa on Arrival for Cambodia (USD 20)
    • Personal travel insurance (must include helicopter evacuation for Cambodia).
    • Tips for guide, driver, boat crew & hotels' porters.
    • Meals not indicated in the itinerary.
    • Other services than mentioned
    • International and Domestic Flights
    • Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature

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    Poin Penting

    Vientiane
    Cope, Patuxai
    Siem Reap
    Tonle Sap, Aspara, dance performance, Ankor Wat, Temples, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, temple
    Luang Prabang
    Pak Ou, caves., Tam Ting, Cave, Wat Xiang Thong, Mt Phu Si, rainforest, elephant, ride
    Phnom Penh
    Khmer Rouge, Toul Sleng, Genocide Museum
    Bangkok
    Patpong, Night Market
    Chiang Mai
    Royal Palace, Emerald Buddha, Temple, Dawn, Temple, Royal Barge, Siam, Square, Wat Phra That, temple
Get into the best of Thailand, Laos & Cambodia in 14 incredible days. Be part of the buzz & bright lights of Bangkok before a change of scene in the Mekong with its rice paddy & sugar fields & coconut palms. The low key vibes of Laos, with its small villages, saffron robed monks & French colonial past are up next, before Angkor Wat & Ta Prohm in Cambodia's jungle & a slice of Phnom Penh.
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  • Contiki Holidays

    Contiki Holidays

    The worldwide leader in vacations for 18-35 year-olds. For over 49 years, Contiki Holidays has been taking travelers around the world and offering them an unforgettable travel experience! Activities Our tours include more sights, more activities, more authentic local food and more spectacular places to stay. We give you heaps of free time to relax, explore or just hang out. And wherever you go, your Contiki Crew is there to help you have the time of your life. We create the journeys so you can create the stories. Start your story with us. Total Freedom Free time is about doing what you're into as you take in new places and cultures. Hunt down some local music, spend some time lounging, biking, shopping or just exploring. All of our trips are planned with loads of free time, so you can head off and do your own thing. Need some inspiration for things to do? Just ask the ultimate travel experts – your Contiki Crew.

  • Day 1: Arrive Bangkok
    Check-in to your hotel and head straight out to explore the massive, buzzing city of Bangkok. It’s a busy urban mix in this city: tuk-tuks flash past shrines and street side BBQs, traditional long-tail boats cruise past high rises, and locals, businessmen, travellers and monks share the streets. Later, meet up with your Tour Manager and fellow travellers and find out about what’s ahead of you. Afterwards, it’s a free night - some of the group might head out and eat together. Bangkok is a foodies’ paradise and has over 50,000 places to eat at, from noodle stalls to gourmet restaurants. Some of the typical dishes you could try tonight at a local restaurant include phad thai (noodle dish), basil and chilli chicken or spicy papaya salad. After dinner, ask your Tour Manager about Bangkok’s ins and outs. Get some pointers before uncovering laid-back sidewalk beer gardens, hip clubs or cocktail bars in a fun night out. You could scan the streets around the mythical travellers’ hub of Khao San Road. Rummage through the markets and flex your bargaining skills negotiating for some fake designer goods, or handicrafts, music and jewellery. Otherwise, jump in a tuk-tuk and hit the eye-opening Patpong Night Market, with its neon lights and buzzing street life.
    Day 2: Bangkok to Chiang Mai (B)
    First stop this morning is Bangkok’s incrediable Royal Palace. It’s 61 acres of stunning buildings, gleaming spires and multi-coloured murals. You’ll learn about Thai beliefs and the Royal Family’s lifestyle at Bangkok’s most famous site and spiritual hot spot. Visit the holiest Buddhist site in the country, the Emerald Buddha Temple. Your Local Guide will show you the epic murals, incredible architecture and tell you about the visiting pilgrims. Next up: the klongs (canals) of Bangkok - you’ll soon understand why this city is often dubbed ‘Venice of the East’. Get around like a local on a typical Thai boat – it’s perfect for taking in this sprawling megapolis from the water. You’ll see the landmark Dawn Temple, the Royal Barge and some of the major hotels as we cruise along Bangkok’s main artery, Chao Praya River. The maze of backwater canals will give you a good look into everyday Thai life as we cruise past a jumble of buildings and houses, and see locals going about their day. This afternoon, there’s free time. A good starting point is the downtown area, with its high-rises, cool shopping plazas and international foods to try. For the hottest fashions, find your way to the shops in Siam Square. Pick up some Thai-designed clothes in one of the upscale stores or in one of the cute little boutiques that line the side streets. Get lost in the thriving street life of Bangkok’s Chinatown and explore its web of bustling alleyways. Food vendors sell all sorts of crazy Asian delicacies and the shops are packed from floor to ceiling with everything from kitsch knick-knacks to household items. It’s time to go local and board an overnight train to Chiang Mai. This trip is perfect for winding down after your hectic Bangkok experience, so plug in your MP3 and settle in for the night. Optional : Group Photo at Bangkok’s Grand Palace - US$5
    Day 3: Chiang Mai (B)
    Wake up in chilled-out Chiang Mai, Thailand’s pretty, second largest city. After breakfast, our Local Guide takes everyone to the stunning Wat Phra That temple and gives you insight into this sacred site that sits on the tallest mountain overlooking the city. Listen to pilgrims ringing bells, take part in Buddhist rituals - maybe even receive a blessing by a Buddhist monk. Check out the gorgeous architecture, highlighted in vivid reds, golds and greens. Keep your camera handy for amazing vistas over the city and surrounding countryside. If you have time during the afternoon, head in to discover Chiang Mai’s old quarter. Surrounded by a moat and ancient walls, packed with over 300 temples, the city’s heart is great to explore on foot. Otherwise, relax and try a world-famous Thai massage. Later choose our optional hands-on cooking experience. Learn about Thai food and culture by accompanying an expert local chef to buy key ingredients at one of Chiang Mai’s markets. Then cook up a storm and feast on the results at the end! Afterwards, walk off dinner and take a look around the sprawling night bazaar, where you’ll find bargains, Buddhas, lanterns and fake designer goods. Optional : Thai cooking class - US$30
    Day 4: Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai (B)
    Travel through a landscape of rice paddies to Chiang Rai, a quiet town that is the gateway to trekking in the surrounding hills. In our optional trip here, you’ll find out about traditional hill tribe people, like the Akha, Yao,Lanu and Karen (long-neck peoples) and their culture. Back in Chiang Rai, take a walk around the former imperial city and see the old city walls. Have dinner amongst the locals at the town’s night bazaar and maybe head to a Thai disco with some friends afterwards. Optional : Akha & Yao Hilltribes visit - US$25
    Day 5: Chiang Rai to Pakbeng (B/L/D)
    Today, cross the border into laid-back Laos, South East Asia’s only land-locked country. Having recently opened its doors to foreigners, Laos has pretty much kept its traditional lifestyle alive with lots of untouched nature and really friendly locals. Travel down the famous Mekong River on our own private boat. Catch some sun, read a book or listen to some tunes as you take in the wild beauty of the countryside. You’ll soon understand why the river is the region’s lifeline, doubling as both a transport route and food source. Glide past remote villages, hillside crop farms, bamboo fish traps and watch locals enjoying a swim. Our night stop is the riverside village of Pakbeng, where you’ll truly be off the beaten track and can experience a bit of rural Laos living. We’ll be staying in a simple, local guesthouse. Stretch your legs and walk around tiny Pakbeng’s markets for a closer look at life in this remote trading-post village.
    Day 6: Pakbeng to Luang Prabang (B/L)
    Back on board the boat this morning, we continue cruising down the Mekong, past thick forests and mountains. Next stop: the Pak Ou caves. Our Local Guide will fill you in on gorgeous Tam Ting Cave and the local’s beliefs about this sacred spot. The caves are set into a limestone cliff, just above the water where the Nam Ou and Mekong Rivers join. The Tam Ting cave has been used for centuries as the final resting place for over 4,000 images of Buddha. Get ready for the travellers’ favourite: Luang Prabang. A former mountain kingdom, Luang Prabang is now a colourful cultural hub soaked in history. This stunning town has lots of character. Gold decorated temples, beautiful Royal buildings, saffron-robed monks and the rundown elegance of its French colonial past all combine to give Luang Prabang its unique charm. Our Local Guide will give you a fun intro to the UNESCO World Heritage listed old-town on 2-wheels. You’ll get a feel for another era, as we roll past time-worn French mansions, ancient temples and cobblestone lanes. Visit Wat Xiang Thong, Luang Prabang’s most historic monastery, to learn about Buddhism and see the temple’s rich decorations. Later, if you’re feeling energetic, we’ll walk up Mt Phu Si to a hill-top stupa to catch stunning views and a sunset over the town and temples. With a free evening, uncover the colourful stalls at Luang Prabang’s pretty night market. It’s an easy-going place to shop for fabrics, bamboo lamps, paper umbrellas, silks, silver and crafts. Snack on spring rolls, baguettes, noodles or BBQ at one of the open-air street eateries.
    Day 7: Luang Prabang (B)
    There’s a chance to get up close to the world’s largest land-based mammals as part of our Only Contiki rainforest elephant ride. Ride an elephant through thick, green jungle, beside the Nam Khan River. You can feel good about doing it, as all funds from this activity go back into the local community. Get some friends together and take an optional trip to the nearby Kuang Si Falls for a swim and a bit of nature. The impressive 60 metre falls cascade into cool pools – perfect for taking a dip. You can also do easy hikes around this area or meet the bears of the Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre. Culture-wise, pay a visit to the Royal Palace museum for a taste of local history. Check out the French-built palace that mixes up French and Laotian styles. You can also see Pha Bang, one of Laos’ most sacred images of Buddha, as well as brilliantly coloured murals, religious art and royal relics. For something different, check out what’s going on down by the river. Sit back on the bank with a Beer Lao and watch daily life, as livestock and produce are loaded onto tiny boats, and locals cool off in the Mekong. Optional : Kuang Si Waterfall trip - US$15
    Day 8: Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng (B)
    Start the day by getting into the spirit of the town and wake up early for the monks’ procession and ritual giving of alms. The combination of first morning light and the monks’ orange robes is great for photos & is a truly unique experience before you farewell Luang Prabang. This morning’s spectacular drive winds its way down to riverside Vang Vieng, known for its dramatic limestone karsts (rock formations) and outdoor adventure activities. With cliffs, tunnels, caves, caverns and a river, there’s plenty of ways to get active and turn up the energy levels. Vang Vieng is a backpackers’ hub, so it has loads of different restaurant choices. Eat local, feast on some Indian food or grab an Italian-style pizza with your travel buddies.
    Day 9: Vang Vieng (B)
    Today, get hold of a map and take off at your own pace to explore the surrounding countryside. Cover more on a bike (your Tour Manager can organise one for you). There are a whole lot of limestone caves, swimming holes, tunnels and bunkers once used against invaders to discover. Or maybe you prefer to relax riverside and soak up the chilled-out Lao vibes of this stopover. Wind down the day with your friends and catch a sunset at a riverside bar or an island watering-hole.
    Day 10: Vang Vieng to Vientiane (B/D)
    This morning it’s on to Vientiane. Compact, cosmopolitan and the nation’s capital, Vientiane shows influences of old Chinese and Vietnamese merchant family traditions, French colonialism, expat lifestyle and socialism. Get your bearings when you take a city tour with our Local Guide and your Tour Manager. We start with a visit to Cope, a charity project where victims of Uxo (unexploded ordinance), among others, learn to use their new prosthetic limbs and train in new work skills. Hear about Laos’ troubled past as one of the world’s most bombed nations, about the victims, and what’s being done at this centre to help those in need. Next we view That Luang, Vientiane’s main site and Laos’ most important religious symbol. Your Local Guide knows about the legends behind the golden stupa, its rough past and its restoration. Check out the 45 metre spire rising above the massive lotus petals. Visit Patuxai, Laos’ answer to Paris’ Arc de Triomphe – a monument that combines French design and Laotian artwork. Climb to the top and see the surrounds of Vientiane or check out the surrounding park, which is a favourite local hang out.
    Day 11: Vientiane to Phnom Penh (B)
    Travel by plane into Cambodia this morning, a country with fantastic food, mind-blowing ancient temples and a complex history. Phnom Penh is the capital and a bustling, busy city, with pretty tree-lined boulevards and gleaming palaces. It also holds stark reminders of the country’s dark history. Learn about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s troubled, recent past when we visit the ‘Killing Fields’ mass graves. Our Local Guide will then take you for a visit to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum where you can walk through the prisoners’ former living quarters and see the chilling documentation of atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge. Often our Guides have a personal story they want to share about their experience during the regime.
    Day 12: Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (B)
    Catch a flight this morning and land in small-town Siem Reap, where cafes, bars and restaurants spill out of French style shophouses. We’ll jump on a private wooden boat and head out on Tonle Sap, South East Asia’s biggest fresh water lake to experience a unique way of life. Our Local Guide will tell you about the floating villages found here. We also make a stop at a crocodile farm in the middle of the lake. Back on land, you can explore more of Siem Reap at your own pace. You’ve got free time to visit the Psar Chas (old market) for handicrafts and exotic fresh produce. Known for its tasty food, Siem Reap serves up traditional meals and Khmer food with a twist, as well as international dishes for those missing Western tastes. Ideas for dinner include ordering a meal from one of the food stalls at Psar Chas. Try out bai cha (Khmer fried rice) or chicken curry. Otherwise try a meal in an atmospheric colonial building that has been transformed into a cool restaurant or bar. For a dose of culture, go and see a traditional Aspara dance performance – an ancient Cambodian art form. The performance still reflects the Royal style of the original court with stunning costumes of silk and sequins.
    Day 13: Siem Reap (B)
    Get ready for an incredible day with a visit to the jaw-droppingly beautiful Ankor Wat Temples. Start early with a visit to watch the sun rise over Ankor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. The heart-stopping combo of soft light, lily-filled waterways and an intricately carved temple will give you goose bumps. Our Local Guide will share epic stories of the Khmer Empire, telling you about the sacred sites found here and the Hindu gods that feature on the amazing wall sculptures. After a guided tour around this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site, we head back to the hotel for a break. Use the time to cool off in the pool or to have a siesta during the heat of the day. In the afternoon, we return to the temples to take a look at Angkor Thom, with its four massive faces carved out of rock – each one looking towards different compass points. Explore the jumble of 54 towers, 216 repeated faces, little rooms and spaces that make up up Bayon. Imagine what the 19th Century explorers originally uncovered when you see Ta Prohm temple slowly being swallowed by the jungle - this was the temple made famous in the movie ‘Tomb Raider’. Tonight, play some pool, hang out with your friends and venture down Pub Street for a fun night out.
    Day 14: Depart Siem Reap (B)
    Our tour ends this morning after breakfast. Say goodbye to your travel buddies and Tour Manager.
    • 13 nights accommodation: 11 nights in 3-star hotels, 1 night in a guesthouse, 1 night on an overnight train
    • 17 meals: 13 breakfasts, 2 lunches & 2 dinners
    • An experienced & professional Tour Manager & English-speaking local guides
    • Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations
    • Local taxes, payments & service charges
    • 2 internal flights
    • Transport & included sightseeing
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Bangkok tours, sights and activities

The Big Indochina Adventure is just that...big on adventures, incredible sights, experiences & good times. From the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, to the serenity of Thailand's north, to the amazing colours & culture of Vietnam & the rugged terrain and archaeological treasures of Laos, it’s all here. Finish it up with the rich but tragic past of Cambodia & more as 25 days unfold Indochina’s best.

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  • Contiki Holidays

    Contiki Holidays

    The worldwide leader in vacations for 18-35 year-olds. For over 49 years, Contiki Holidays has been taking travelers around the world and offering them an unforgettable travel experience! Activities Our tours include more sights, more activities, more authentic local food and more spectacular places to stay. We give you heaps of free time to relax, explore or just hang out. And wherever you go, your Contiki Crew is there to help you have the time of your life. We create the journeys so you can create the stories. Start your story with us. Total Freedom Free time is about doing what you're into as you take in new places and cultures. Hunt down some local music, spend some time lounging, biking, shopping or just exploring. All of our trips are planned with loads of free time, so you can head off and do your own thing. Need some inspiration for things to do? Just ask the ultimate travel experts – your Contiki Crew.

  • Day 1: Arrive Bangkok
    Check-in to your hotel and head straight out to explore the massive, buzzing city of Bangkok. It’s a busy urban mix in this city: tuk-tuks flash past shrines and street side BBQs, traditional long-tail boats cruise past high rises, and locals, businessmen, travellers and monks share the streets. Later, meet up with your Tour Manager and fellow travellers and find out about what’s ahead of you. Afterwards, it’s a free night - some of the group might head out and eat together. Bangkok is a foodies’ paradise and has over 50,000 places to eat at, from noodle stalls to gourmet restaurants. Some of the typical dishes you could try tonight at a local restaurant include phad thai (noodle dish), basil and chilli chicken or spicy papaya salad. After dinner, ask your Tour Manager about Bangkok’s ins and outs. Get some pointers before uncovering laid-back sidewalk beer gardens, hip clubs or cocktail bars in a fun night out. You could scan the streets around the mythical travellers’ hub of Khao San Road. Rummage through the markets and flex your bargaining skills negotiating for some fake designer goods, or handicrafts, music and jewellery. Otherwise, jump in a tuk-tuk and hit the eye-opening Patpong Night Market, with its neon lights and buzzing street life.
    Day 2: Bangkok to Chiang Mai (B)
    First stop this morning is Bangkok’s incrediable Royal Palace. It’s 61 acres of stunning buildings, gleaming spires and multi-coloured murals. You’ll learn about Thai beliefs and the Royal Family’s lifestyle at Bangkok’s most famous site and spiritual hot spot. Visit the holiest Buddhist site in the country, the Emerald Buddha Temple. Your Local Guide will show you the epic murals, incredible architecture and tell you about the visiting pilgrims. Next up: the klongs (canals) of Bangkok - you’ll soon understand why this city is often dubbed ‘Venice of the East’. Get around like a local on a typical Thai boat – it’s perfect for taking in this sprawling megapolis from the water. You’ll see the landmark Dawn Temple, the Royal Barge and some of the major hotels as we cruise along Bangkok’s main artery, Chao Praya River. The maze of backwater canals will give you a good look into everyday Thai life as we cruise past a jumble of buildings and houses, and see locals going about their day. This afternoon, there’s free time. A good starting point is the downtown area, with its high-rises, cool shopping plazas and international foods to try. For the hottest fashions, find your way to the shops in Siam Square. Pick up some Thai-designed clothes in one of the upscale stores or in one of the cute little boutiques that line the side streets. Get lost in the thriving street life of Bangkok’s Chinatown and explore its web of bustling alleyways. Food vendors sell all sorts of crazy Asian delicacies and the shops are packed from floor to ceiling with everything from kitsch knick-knacks to household items. It’s time to go local and board an overnight train to Chiang Mai. This trip is perfect for winding down after your hectic Bangkok experience, so plug in your MP3 and settle in for the night.
    Day 3: Chiang Mai (B)
    Wake up in chilled-out Chiang Mai, Thailand’s pretty, second largest city. After breakfast, our Local Guide takes everyone to the stunning Wat Phra That temple and gives you insight into this sacred site that sits on the tallest mountain overlooking the city. Listen to pilgrims ringing bells, take part in Buddhist rituals - maybe even receive a blessing by a Buddhist monk. Check out the gorgeous architecture, highlighted in vivid reds, golds and greens. Keep your camera handy for amazing vistas over the city and surrounding countryside. If you have time during the afternoon, head in to discover Chiang Mai’s old quarter. Surrounded by a moat and ancient walls, packed with over 300 temples, the city’s heart is great to explore on foot. Otherwise, relax and try a world-famous Thai massage. Later choose our optional hands-on cooking experience. Learn about Thai food and culture by accompanying an expert local chef to buy key ingredients at one of Chiang Mai’s markets. Then cook up a storm and feast on the results at the end! Afterwards, walk off dinner and take a look around the sprawling night bazaar, where you’ll find bargains, Buddhas, lanterns and fake designer goods.
    Day 4: Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai (B)
    Travel through a landscape of rice paddies to Chiang Rai, a quiet town that is the gateway to trekking in the surrounding hills. In our optional trip here, you’ll find out about traditional hill tribe people, like the Akha, Yao,Lanu and Karen (long-neck peoples) and their culture. Back in Chiang Rai, take a walk around the former imperial city and see the old city walls. Have dinner amongst the locals at the town’s night bazaar and maybe head to a Thai disco with some friends afterwards.
    Day 5: Chiang Rai to Pakbeng (B/L/D)
    Today, cross the border into laid-back Laos, South East Asia’s only land-locked country. Having recently opened its doors to foreigners, Laos has pretty much kept its traditional lifestyle alive with lots of untouched nature and really friendly locals. Travel down the famous Mekong River on our own private boat. Catch some sun, read a book or listen to some tunes as you take in the wild beauty of the countryside. You’ll soon understand why the river is the region’s lifeline, doubling as both a transport route and food source. Glide past remote villages, hillside crop farms, bamboo fish traps and watch locals enjoying a swim. Our night stop is the riverside village of Pakbeng, where you’ll truly be off the beaten track and can experience a bit of rural Laos living. We’ll be staying in a simple, local guesthouse. Stretch your legs and walk around tiny Pakbeng’s markets for a closer look at life in this remote trading-post village.
    Day 6: Pakbeng to Luang Prabang (B/L)
    Back on board the boat this morning, we continue cruising down the Mekong, past thick forests and mountains. Next stop: the Pak Ou caves. Our Local Guide will fill you in on gorgeous Tam Ting Cave and the local’s beliefs about this sacred spot. The caves are set into a limestone cliff, just above the water where the Nam Ou and Mekong Rivers join. The Tam Ting cave has been used for centuries as the final resting place for over 4,000 images of Buddha. Get ready for the travellers’ favourite: Luang Prabang. A former mountain kingdom, Luang Prabang is now a colourful cultural hub soaked in history. This stunning town has lots of character. Gold decorated temples, beautiful Royal buildings, saffron-robed monks and the rundown elegance of its French colonial past all combine to give Luang Prabang its unique charm. Our Local Guide will give you a fun intro to the UNESCO World Heritage listed old-town on 2-wheels. You’ll get a feel for another era, as we roll past time-worn French mansions, ancient temples and cobblestone lanes. Visit Wat Xiang Thong, Luang Prabang’s most historic monastery, to learn about Buddhism and see the temple’s rich decorations. Later, if you’re feeling energetic, we’ll walk up Mt Phu Si to a hill-top stupa to catch stunning views and a sunset over the town and temples. With a free evening, uncover the colourful stalls at Luang Prabang’s pretty night market. It’s an easy-going place to shop for fabrics, bamboo lamps, paper umbrellas, silks, silver and crafts. Snack on spring rolls, baguettes, noodles or BBQ at one of the open-air street eateries.
    Day 7: Luang Prabang (B)
    There’s a chance to get up close to the world’s largest land-based mammals as part of our Only Contiki rainforest elephant ride. Ride an elephant through thick, green jungle, beside the Nam Khan River. You can feel good about doing it, as all funds from this activity go back into the local community. Get some friends together and take an optional trip to the nearby Kuang Si Falls for a swim and a bit of nature. The impressive 60 metre falls cascade into cool pools – perfect for taking a dip. You can also do easy hikes around this area or meet the bears of the Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre. Culture-wise, pay a visit to the Royal Palace museum for a taste of local history. Check out the French-built palace that mixes up French and Laotian styles. You can also see Pha Bang, one of Laos’ most sacred images of Buddha, as well as brilliantly coloured murals, religious art and royal relics. For something different, check out what’s going on down by the river. Sit back on the bank with a Beer Lao and watch daily life, as livestock and produce are loaded onto tiny boats, and locals cool off in the Mekong.
    Day 8: Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng (B)
    Start the day by getting into the spirit of the town and wake up early for the monks’ procession and ritual giving of alms. The combination of first morning light and the monks’ orange robes is great for photos & is a truly unique experience before you farewell Luang Prabang. This morning’s spectacular drive winds its way down to riverside Vang Vieng, known for its dramatic limestone karsts (rock formations) and outdoor adventure activities. With cliffs, tunnels, caves, caverns and a river, there’s plenty of ways to get active and turn up the energy levels. Vang Vieng is a backpackers’ hub, so it has loads of different restaurant choices. Eat local, feast on some Indian food or grab an Italian-style pizza with your travel buddies.
    Day 9: Vang Vieng (B)
    Today, get hold of a map and take off at your own pace to explore the surrounding countryside. Cover more on a bike (your Tour Manager can organise one for you). There are a whole lot of limestone caves, swimming holes, tunnels and bunkers once used against invaders to discover. Or maybe you prefer to relax riverside and soak up the chilled-out Lao vibes of this stopover. Wind down the day with your friends and catch a sunset at a riverside bar or an island watering-hole.
    Day 10: Vang Vieng to Vientiane (B/D)
    This morning it’s on to Vientiane. Compact, cosmopolitan and the nation’s capital, Vientiane shows influences of old Chinese and Vietnamese merchant family traditions, French colonialism, expat lifestyle and socialism. Get your bearings when you take a city tour with our Local Guide and your Tour Manager. We start with a visit to COPE, a charity project where victims of UXO (unexploded ordinance), among others, learn to use their new prosthetic limbs and train in new work skills. Hear about Laos’ troubled past as one of the world’s most bombed nations, about the victims, and what’s being done at this centre to help those in need. Next we view That Luang, Vientiane’s main site and Laos’ most important religious symbol. Your Local Guide knows about the legends behind the golden stupa, its rough past and its restoration. Check out the 45 metre spire rising above the massive lotus petals. Visit Patuxai, Laos’ answer to Paris’ Arc de Triomphe – a monument that combines French design and Laotian artwork. Climb to the top and see the surrounds of Vientiane or check out the surrounding park, which is a favourite local hang out.
    Day 11: Vientiane to Phnom Penh (B)
    Travel by plane into Cambodia this morning, a country with fantastic food, mind-blowing ancient temples and a complex history. Phnom Penh is the capital and a bustling, busy city, with pretty tree-lined boulevards and gleaming palaces. It also holds stark reminders of the country’s dark history. Learn about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s troubled, recent past when we visit the ‘Killing Fields’ mass graves. Our Local Guide will then take you for a visit to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum where you can walk through the prisoners’ former living quarters and see the chilling documentation of atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge. Often our Guides have a personal story they want to share about their experience during the regime.
    Day 12: Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (B)
    Catch a flight this morning and land in small-town Siem Reap, where cafes, bars and restaurants spill out of French style shophouses. We’ll jump on a private wooden boat and head out on Tonle Sap, South East Asia’s biggest fresh water lake to experience a unique way of life. Our Local Guide will tell you about the floating villages found here. We also make a stop at a crocodile farm in the middle of the lake. Back on land, you can explore more of Siem Reap at your own pace. You’ve got free time to visit the Psar Chas (old market) for handicrafts and exotic fresh produce. Known for its tasty food, Siem Reap serves up traditional meals and Khmer food with a twist, as well as international dishes for those missing Western tastes. Ideas for dinner include ordering a meal from one of the food stalls at Psar Chas. Try out bai cha (Khmer fried rice) or chicken curry. Otherwise try a meal in an atmospheric colonial building that has been transformed into a cool restaurant or bar. For a dose of culture, go and see a traditional Aspara dance performance – an ancient Cambodian art form. The performance still reflects the Royal style of the original court with stunning costumes of silk and sequins.
    Day 13: Siem Reap (B)
    Get ready for an incredible day with a visit to the jaw-droppingly beautiful Ankor Wat Temples. Start early with a visit to watch the sun rise over Ankor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. The heart-stopping combo of soft light, lily-filled waterways and an intricately carved temple will give you goose bumps. Our Local Guide will share epic stories of the Khmer Empire, telling you about the sacred sites found here and the Hindu gods that feature on the amazing wall sculptures. After a guided tour around this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site, we head back to the hotel for a break. Use the time to cool off in the pool or to have a siesta during the heat of the day. In the afternoon, we return to the temples to take a look at Angkor Thom, with its four massive faces carved out of rock – each one looking towards different compass points. Explore the jumble of 54 towers, 216 repeated faces, little rooms and spaces that make up up Bayon. Imagine what the 19th Century explorers originally uncovered when you see Ta Prohm temple slowly being swallowed by the jungle - this was the temple made famous in the movie ‘Tomb Raider’. Tonight, play some pool, hang out with your friends and venture down Pub Street for a fun night out.
    Day 14: Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh City (B)
    There’s free time before our afternoon flight, so you could visit a local community project that supports families in crisis where you can interact with the kids and find out how social work operates here. This afternoon we land in vibrant Vietnam, where traditional culture and a modern way of life fuse. It’s also got a reputation for beautiful beaches, delicious food and stunning scenery. Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s capital and an up-and-coming metropolis of urban activity. It’s packed with pagodas, roadside shops, xe om (motorbike taxis), high-rises and reminders of the Vietnam war. Try some strong Vietnamese coffee at a local roadside café and watch it all go by. This evening your Tour Manager will lead you through the thriving markets called Ben Thanh - popular with locals, expats and travellers. Stalls spill out in all directions and anything from Vietnam’s iconic conical hats to jasmine incense are up for sale, so get haggling. The markets are also a great place to try some simple and tasty local foods from a push-cart kitchen. Order a whole lot of different snacks and dishes like pho (noodle soup), neem rolls (fresh spring rolls) and chao bo (grilled beef skewer with lemon grass) so you can taste a bit of everything.
    Day 15: Ho Chi Minh City to Mekong Delta (B/L/D)
    For the next two days, we journey into the Mekong Delta. In your time here, cruise the Delta on a traditional boat and take in Vietnam’s major rice producing area. See local fruit farms, floating markets and everyday life on Vietnam’s waterways. Learn about local industry with visits to a rice paper factory. You’ll also get a taste of tradition at a tea house and get to enjoy a typical lunch at a local house. Later, local musicians will perform for us before we tuck into some home-cooked food at the simple, local guesthouse where we stay overnight.
    Day 16: Mekong Delta to Ho Chi Minh City (B)
    It’s an early breakfast before heading back to Ho Chi Minh City via the Viet Cong’s legendary tunnels in Cu Chi. See booby traps, hidden doors and some of the 250kms of tunnels that Vietnamese resistance fighters dug by hand to escape danger and launch surprise attacks from. If you’re up for it, you can even go down into the skinny tunnels and experience them first-hand. Tonight it's a free evening, so why not grab some delicious Vietnamese food with your tour mates.
    Day 17: Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang (B)
    Today you’ll hear Vietnam’s history in a nutshell on a city tour that starts from colonial times. Check out the Notre Dame Cathedral, a relic left from French rule. We also see the Presidential or Reunification Palace, the former political heart of the country, from where various leaders have ruled. Learn how the loss of this building marked the fall of Saigon during the Vietnam War. Then look through the sobering War Remnants Museum and find out about victims of the Vietnam War. In the afternoon, the group flies to the seaside resort town of Nha Trang, famous for its sweeping, golden beach, turquoise waters and fun water sports. This evening, order yourself some fresh lobster, prawns or even fish’n’chips!
    Day 18: Nha Trang (B)
    A free day gives you time to sink into the laid-back beach lifestyle. Snack on fresh pineapple or other tropical fruits from the area. Try a massage and soak up the sun or cool off in the South China Sea. Activity-wise, there’s a chance to get out among the gorgeous offshore islands on our optional cruise. With swim stops and snorkelling off the island of Hon Mun, this is a fun way to explore the area. Your Tour Manager can also organise you a treat - experience a mineral mud bath and hot thermal springs! Tonight, find yourself a spot on the beach or at a waterfront bar to watch the sun set over the sea. But don’t stop there! Get into Nha Trang’s nightlife with some of the group - it’s a pretty lively place!
    Day 19: Nha Trang to Hoi An (B)
    After a short flight to Danang this morning, we drive on to Hoi An. Hoi An is a pretty little town, with history written all over it. Blending Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and European influences, this former port town is an unusual mix of architectural styles. You’ll get a real feel for this town when you walk through the UNESCO World Heritage Listed old quarter with our Local Guide, who’ll tell you the story behind the old merchant shops, the 400-year-old Japanese covered bridge and the pretty pagoda. This afternoon, it’s free time to either relax back at the hotel pool or get some clothes made. Hoi An is known for its beautiful cloths and colourful silks, and there are loads of tailors ready to whip up some made-to-order threads in record breaking time. One tip is to bring some clothes you like from home with you - the tailors can make almost exact copies of the patterns! They also have designs in their shops to choose from. As the sun sets, we head out on bikes with a Local Guide into the surrounding countryside for a look at the gorgeous scenery. Cruise past rice fields and traditional homes before riding riverside back into town. Choose an optional Vietnamese cooking class tonight and taste why this food has such a good reputation. Cook up 4 traditional dishes - you’ll even get to enjoy eating them afterward.
    Day 20: Hoi An (B)
    It’s a free day today, so explore more of Hoi An and its surrounds. For a day away from it all, head to untouched Cham Island on an optional trip through this UNESCO-listed Biosphere Reserve. With a speed boat cruise, fantastic snorkelling, secluded beaches, wildlife and delicious local food for lunch in a small village - this is a great way to spend the day. Alternatively, you could visit the ruined Hindu temples of the Champa Empire at My Son. Our optional excursion takes in the highlights of this UNESCO World Heritage-listed site that was built between the 4th and 14th century. You’ll see overgrown temples in a location that was once a leading spiritual centre in this part of Vietnam. Otherwise, look through the galleries, antique shops and workshops of the old town. Locals still use traditional methods for pottery, weaving silk and wood-carving. Walk along the historic waterfront to the local market and continue through the stalls selling hand-woven baskets, medicinal herbs and local specialties. If you’re working up an appetite, there are lots of cool cafés serving great food to snack on, as well as coffees and beer.
    Day 21: Hoi An to Hue (B)
    Back on the coach we travel through the “Pass of the Ocean Clouds”, on to the former imperial city of Hue. Keep your camera handy for the incredible coastal views and rolling green hills along the way. We start our time in mellow Hue with a visit to the imperial Tu Duc Mausoleum. Our Local Guide will give you the story on this 'poet Emperor' and ancient burial rites as you walk around the intricately decorated pavilions, gorgeous gardens, and lotus flower ponds. Take your time to view the statues and colourful artwork. The next spot we stop at is the 7-story Thien Mu Pagoda. Learn about the legend behind its construction plus the events surrounding the notorious Hue Buddhist massacre. It’s a unique experience tonight with our included dinner, as we enjoy the hospitality of the Lac Thien Restaurant operated by a local disadvantaged family. Feast on authentic Hue food in this low-key restaurant that is also popular with locals.
    Day 22: Hue to Hanoi (B)
    After a short flight, we land in the Northern capital of Hanoi. Hanoi is completely different to its southern counterpart, Ho Chi Minh City. It combines French flair, Chinese culture and Vietnamese vitality. This town is a romantic living timeline and open-air museum. Our hotel is right in the middle of the city's bustling Old Quarter - this really is the place to be! The Old Quarter has been Hanoi’s commercial hub since the 15th century and is packed into a tiny square kilometre. A maze of back streets, merchant houses and shops loaded with goods gives the area its special atmosphere. Your Tour Manager will take you to some of the 36 trade streets found here – each street specialises in certain products. See masses of colourful items on display, from red banners, black-lacquered goods, to silks, fans and paper products. In your free time, navigate to the French Quarter for a change of scene. Walk the wide Parisian-style boulevards and take in the shuttered mansions, balconies and other leftovers from a by-gone colonial era. For a real slice of Vietnamese culture, sit down at one of the simple bia hoi (draught beer) sidewalk bars, pull up a stool and hang out among the locals. People-watch and order some local dishes, like bo luc lac (spicy beef and green pepper stir fry), dau chien ron (fried tofu) or nom ngo sen (lotus-stem salad).
    Day 23: Hanoi to Halong Bay (B/L/D)
    First up this morning is a visit to the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh – former president of Vietnam. Be part of the solemn procession of onlookers paying their respects to the leader who fought for the country’s independence (seasonal). We then drive to picturesque Halong Bay where we’ll board a Chinese-style junk boat for an overnight cruise through the absolutely stunning waters of this UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. This natural wonder doesn’t come up short on views: traditional sampans and junks sail the crystal waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, where nearly 2,000 limestone islands dot the sea. Kick back on deck and soak up views of grottos, lagoons and thick forests. Our boat passes hidden coves, sheer cliffs and stunning beaches before arriving at the Sung Sot Caves where we'll visit the limestone interior and take in the fantastic views. Back on board there’s a little more cruising before we stop for a swim in an idyllic remote lagoon and dock at Dao Titop for sunset. Tonight enjoy some fresh seafood with the group for dinner before settling in to your air-conditioned cabin on board the junk.
    Day 24: Halong Bay to Hanoi (B/L)
    After a relaxed breakfast we take a local boat to explore a small, hidden grotto and perhaps see some of the locals (monkeys!) that live there. We then cruise back to port and return to Hanoi, with free time this afternoon. Escape the busy streets with a visit to the Temple of Literature – a quiet haven of walled gardens, red-lacquered pillars and golden painted dragons. Nearly 1,000 years old, the Temple is Vietnam’s most important Confucian sanctuary and it's historic seat of learning. For more culture your Tour Manager can help you get tickets to Hanoi’s world-famous water puppet performance, a quirky tradition from the region of the Red River Delta. Tonight is the last night on tour, so perhaps enjoy a memorable dinner at KOTO Restaurant - this eatery helps support an organisation that works to improve former disadvantaged childrens' lives by training them in hospitality.
    Day 25: Depart Hanoi (B)
    Our tour ends this morning after breakfast and some free time, so say goodbye to your crew and Tour Manager.
    • 24 nights accommodation: 20 nights in 3-star hotels, 2 nights in a guesthouse, 1 night on an overnight train, 1 night on an overnight cruise
    • 34 meals: 24 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 5 dinners
    • An experienced & professional Tour Manager & English-speaking local guides
    • Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations
    • Local taxes, payments & service charges
    • 6 internal flights
    • Transport & included sightseeing
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    Lokopoko Travel

    Based in Singapore, Lokopoko exists to serve anyone for various travel needs. We are always ready to be of service to you. At Lokopoko, we sincerely believe in offering only the highest quality of customer service to every single one of our customer. Through our extensive network and with the help of our trained professionals, we strive to enable you to have Your Travel, Your Way.

  • Day 1:
    • Price Includes:
      • Flight, Hotel, Transfer, City tour (optional) & Bonus
    • Inclusions:
      • Return economy airfares by Thai Airways (W class)
      • Return airport transfers
      • Complimentary half day city tour & 1 Bonus for your choices
      • 3 nights stay at selected hotel with breakfast
    • Exclusions:
      • Applicable Singapore airport taxes and airline fuel surcharges at S$ 201 per pax (subject to changes)
      • Optional tours, travel insurance, tips & personal expenses
    • For travel by CX (O class)
      • Discount S$20/pax
      • Book by 31 Jan 2015
      • Travel date: 12 Jan - 27 May'15
      • Peak Season: 05 - 15 Jan / 12 - 17 Feb / 12 - 19 Mar / 02 - 08 Apr / 30 Apr - 02 May'15
      • Ex-SIN valid on CX712, In-SIN valid on CX713
    • Terms and Conditions:
      • Package to be booked by 30 Jan'15 or at least 8 working days prior to departure, whichever is earlier. Travel from 01 Nov'14 - 31 Mar'15
      • Prices shown are per person on a twin share basis , min 2 persons to go
      • All services are subject to availability
      • All prices are based on SGD cash payment and are correct as of date of print and subject to changes.
    • Note:
      • High / Peak Season / Black-out date surcharge apply, will advice upon booking.
    • Customers will get a complimentary half-day city tour + 1 Bonus (choose from 1 of the following):
      • Madame Tussauds Museum Entrance Ticket
      • Damnuernsaduak Floating Market
      • Bangkok by Night Show (one drink)
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    Based in Singapore, Lokopoko exists to serve anyone for various travel needs. We are always ready to be of service to you. At Lokopoko, we sincerely believe in offering only the highest quality of customer service to every single one of our customer. Through our extensive network and with the help of our trained professionals, we strive to enable you to have Your Travel, Your Way.

  • Day 1:
    • Price Includes:
      • Flight, Hotel, Transfer, City tour (optional) & Bonus
    • Inclusions:
      • Return economy airfares by Thai Airways (W class)
      • Return airport transfers
      • Complimentary half day city tour & 1 Bonus for your choices
      • 2 nights stay at selected hotel with breakfast
    • Exclusions:
      • Applicable Singapore airport taxes and airline fuel surcharges at S$ 201 per pax (subject to changes)
      • Optional tours, travel insurance, tips & personal expenses
    • For travel by CX (O class)
      • Discount S$20/pax
      • Book by 31 Jan 2015
      • Travel date: 12 Jan - 27 May'15
      • Peak Season: 05 - 15 Jan / 12 - 17 Feb / 12 - 19 Mar / 02 - 08 Apr / 30 Apr - 02 May'15
      • Ex-SIN valid on CX712, In-SIN valid on CX713
    • Terms and Conditions:
      • Package to be booked by 30 Jan'15 or at least 8 working days prior to departure, whichever is earlier. Travel from 01 Nov'14 - 31 Mar'15
      • Prices shown are per person on a twin share basis , min 2 persons to go
      • All services are subject to availability
      • All prices are based on SGD cash payment and are correct as of date of print and subject to changes.
    • Note:
      • High / Peak Season / Black-out date surcharge apply, will advice upon booking.
    • Customers will get a complimentary half-day city tour + 1 Bonus (choose from 1 of the following):
      • Madame Tussauds Museum Entrance Ticket
      • Damnuernsaduak Floating Market
      • Bangkok by Night Show (one drink)
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    Asiatique, Night Market, Damnoensaduak, Floating Market, Pratunam, market
    Pattaya
    elephant, show
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Bangkok (D)
    Check in at Hotel. Arrival Bangkok & check in hotel. Proceed to Bangkok City & Sightseeing Tour & night visit Asiatique Night Market.
    Day 2: Bangkok - Original Floating Market & Pratunam Market Shopping
    Drive to Damnoensaduak Floating Market with motorboat ride / Gems Gallery / Honey Factory / Leather Factory / Pratunam market / Platinum Mall / Central World.
    Day 3: Bangkok - Pattaya - Tiger Zoo - Nongnooch Village (B/L/D)
    Village & Tropical Garden to see the famous cultural + elephant show. At night enjoy street walking in Pattaya , check in & overnight Pattaya.
    Day 4: Pattaya - Departure (B)
    • Inclusions :
      • Return economy airfares by Thai Airway ( W Class)
      • 3 nights stay at selected hotel (Twin share)
      • Tour, transfer & Meals as per itinerary
    • Exclusions :
      • Applicable Singapore airport taxes and airline fuel surcharges at S$201 per pax (subject to changes)
      • Optional tours, travel insurance, tips and personal expenses
      • Compulsory guide & driver tipping S$15/pax
    • Terms and Conditions :
      • Package to be booked by 30 Jan'15, at least 8 working days prior to departure, whichever is earlier.
      • Airlines / Hotel surcharge apply for High season, Peak Season & Festival Season. Will advice upon booking.
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Tips perjalanan dan hal-hal yang dapat dilakukan di Bangkok

Bangkok yang merupakan ibu kota negara Thailand memiliki julukan sebagai “City of Angels” dan “Venice of the East”. Kota ini terkenal dengan cuacanya yang panas, kemacetannya yang parah, dan polusi udaranya yang tinggi. Namun di samping itu, Bangkok tetap menjadi kota tujuan wisata favorit para wisatawan. Kota ini sangat cocok untuk Anda yang ingin mencoba wisata sungai, wisata kuil, berbelanja, mencicipi makanan-makanan khas Bangkok, dan tentu saja merasakan kehidupan malamnya. Walaupun demonstrasi kerap terjadi di Bangkok, Anda tidak perlu khawatir tentang keamanan kotanya, karena kejahatan yang menyerang turis asing sangat jarang terjadi di kota ini. Selain itu, fasilitas transportasi umum yang disediakan pemerintah, seperti Skytrain (BTS) dan kereta api bawah tanah (MRT), dapat membantu wisatawan menghindari kemacetan parah yang terjadi di jam-jam sibuk kota Bangkok.

Ketika liburan ke Bangkok, pastikan Anda mengunjungi tempat-tempat populernya, seperti Siam, Silom, Bangkok Chinatown, Sukhumvit, Old City, dan Riverside. Di kawasan tersebut, Anda dapat dengan mudah menemukan jajaran hotel, restoran, dan pastinya pusat perbelanjaan terkenal di Bangkok. Lengkapi juga paket tour ke Bangkok Anda dengan mengunjungi berbagai kuil terkenal, seperti Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn), Grand Palace dan Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Benchamabophitr, Wat Mahathat Yuwaratrangsarit, dan Wat Saket. Anda juga harus singgah di pasar mengapung yang terkenal di Bangkok, yaitu di Klong Damnoen Saduak. Jangan lupa ajak anak-anak Anda bersenang-senang di Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Siam Ocean World, dan Siam Park City. Semua tempat itu dapat Anda datangi dengan memilih paket liburan ke Bangkok yang ditawarkan oleh agen travel favorit Anda.

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