Bangkok Temples and Canals Tour (Code:1002)

This tour is not designed for cruise ship passengers. Exclusive cruise ship tours are available from Klong Toey Port and Laem Chabang Port.

Bangkok Temples and Canals Tour  (Code:1002)

Thailand has thousands of temples, but Wat Phra Kaew at the Grand Palace is the most important because it houses the Emerald Buddha. Behind is Wat Pho, which is the oldest temple in Bangkok with its Reclining Buddha. Across the river you can climb the steep steps of Wat Arun - Temple of Dawn.

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Tour Programme:

Departs: 08:00
08:00  Pick-up from hotel
We'll pick you up from your hotel. Please wait in the lobby.  More...

09:00  Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaew
The Grand Palace incorporates Wat Phra Kaew or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha which is Thailand's most revered temple. Please dress accordingly.  More...

11:30  Lunch in Thai Restaurant
Lunch will be in a Thai restaurant beside the Chao Phraya River.  More...

12:30  Long-tail Boat Trip
Enjoy the long-tail boat trip on the river and into the canal system on the Thonburi side. And we will stop Wat Arun "the royal temple of King Rama II" or Temple of Dawn.  More...

14:00  Wat Pho Reclining Buddha
Wat Pho is considered Thailand's first university and houses the famous Reclining Buddha.  More...

15:00  Return to your Hotel
Drop off back at your hotel or elsewhere if you want to go shopping.

Important Information
A strict dress code applies here. The Grand Palace with The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is Thailand's most sacred site. Visitors must be properly dressed before being allowed entry to the temple. Men must wear long pants and shirts with sleeves. No tank tops or singlets. Women must be similarly modestly dressed. No see-through clothes or bare shoulders. No shorts or tights. Proper shoes must be worn. No flip flops.

We'll do Wat Trimit insted of Grand Palace 1-29 October 2017
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