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Royal Grand Palace & Temple of Emerald Buddha

This city landmark should be the first place on any itinerary and a 'must see' for all visitors to Bangkok. The Grand Palace, once a royal residence is a huge compound surrounded by high white walls and occupies an area of about a square mile, The Royal chapel, Wat Phra Kaeo, is in the same compound, houses the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand.

The Royal Grand Palace : The Royal Grand Palace once a royal residence is a huge compound on Na Phra Lan Road with proud golden domes, inspirational spires, exotic wall mural and breathtaking ceramic decorations, is surrounded by high white walls and occupies an area of about a square mile. The palace, begun in 1782, consists of several buildings with highly decorated architectural details. The Royal Chapel or Wat Phra Kaew famously known as Temple of Emerald Buddha is situated in the same compound, it houses the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand. The Grand Palace or Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang for Thai is today used by the king only for certain ceremonial occasions such as Coronation Day

Borombiman Hall : a french inspired structure that served as a residence for King Rama VI, is occasionally used to house visiting foreign dignitaries.

Amarindra Hall : was originally a hall of justice, but is used today for coronation ceremonies.

Chakri Mahaprasat : the largest triple-winged of the palace buildings, literally Great Holy Hall of Chakri, but usually translated as Grand Palace Hall. Built by King Rama V and completed in 1882, there was some controversy during the construction phase which resulted in this unusual design. Rama V had wanted an entirely western look to his new home, but others in the court felt that the king's residence and throne hall should reflect Siamese motifs. So the original domed roof in the design was replaced by a Thai-styled roof. It is interesting to note that the Thai nickname for the building is the 'westerner with a Thai hat'. The tallest of the Mondops, in the centre, contains the ashes of each Chakri King who passed away; the flanking Mondops enshrine the ashes of Chakri princes who never inherited the throne.

Dusit Hall : initially served as a venue for royal audiences and later as a royal funerary hall.

Wat Phra Keow : Also known as temple of The Emerald Buddha - the temple dates back to 1782 when Bangkok was founded. Regarded as the most significant of all Thai temples, the 945,000 square-meter temple compound, which occupies one corner of the Grand Palace complex, encompasses over 100 buildings that represent 200 years of royal history and architectural experimentation. The temple was built to house a green Buddha image that King Rama I had brought from Vientiane when he captured the city in 1778. He built the temple and enshrined the 'Emerald' Buddha there as a symbol of Siam's regained nationhood. The "Emerald Buddha" was carved from one piece of emerald green jade. The Buddha figure sits high up on an altar of gold designed to represent the traditional aerial chariot attributed to Hindu gods on the murals of this country.
Today, thousands of worshippers pay their respects in front of the statue.

Two seasonal costumes were made for the Emerald Buddha by King Rama I,one for the summer season and one for the rainy season. King Rama III had another costume made for winter season. The ceremonial changing of costumes takes place three times a year and is done by his Majesty the King.

Despite it's national importance, Wat Phra Kaew is the only temple in Thailand that doesn't have any resident monks, therefore it is not a seat of Buddhist learning in the same way that most other Wats are in Thailand. It is basically the personal chapel for the royal family.

On the upper terrace, next to the Chapel Royal are three other very sacred buildings: the Royal Pantheon, surrounded by gilded male and female Kinaree, half-human figures, which hold the Tripitaka, the sacred Buddhist sculptures; and the impressive golden Phra si Rattana Chedi which houses ashes of Buddha

Price Include :
- Return transfer from Bangkok major hotels by air-conditioned vehicles
- Entrance Fees
- Experienced English speaking guides to explain history and sights,
- Service Charge

Price: 1400 Baht

DAILY 07:30-12:00
DAILY 13:00-16:30

This city landmark should be the first palce to visit when you visit Bangkok. It is a huge compound surrounded by high white walls and occupies and area of about a square mile. The Royal Palace begun in 1782 when Bangkok was founded as the capital of Thailand.
Price: 1400 baht
DAILY 7:30-12:00
This popular attraction is 80 kms west of Bangkok. Everyday hundeds of vendor boats crowd the market area in the early morning till noon. Visitors can also travel around by boat to see the local village, and the way of life of the people in the countryside.
Price: 900 baht
DAILY 07:00-16:30
The beautiful city of Ayutthaya, founded in 1350 by King U-Thong and the ancient capital of Siam. Magnificent ruins of the old city still remain, some having been restored, and archaeological excavations are still proceeding at many sites in the area.
Price: 1600 baht
This popular attraction is 32 kms west of Bangkok, situated by Tha Chin River, it boasts large, beautiful and well-maintained gardens. There is a Thai Cultural Village performing Thai folk dancing, Thai boxing, sword fighting and elephant show.
Price: 880 baht
DAILY: 7:30-12:00 / 13:30 -17:00
Wat Trai Mit, well known for its famous Golden Buddha, constructed during the Sukhothai period.
- Wat Pho, is one of Bangkok's oldest and largest temple housing the gigantic gold plated reclining Buddha with beautifully inlaid mother-of-pearl soles.
- Wat Benjamabophit (The Marble Temple) , this magnificent monastery was built with white Italian marble from Carara...
Price: 800 baht
This tour takes you to visit the world famous bridge on the River Kwai, built during Wold War II by the prisoners of war. After lunch takes you to visit Wat Luangtamahabua or Tiger Temple to visit the temple that looks after the orphan tigers in the canyon, you can touch them and take pictures with them...
Price: 2,500 baht
DAILY 07:30 - 16:00
It covers an area of 170 acres and is divided into two parts , the safari park and the marine park. The safari park houses a large-size animal such as tiger, lion , giraffes, zebra, hippotamus and etc. and they are free in an open space. The marine park exhibits the marine animal and performances from dolphins, sea lion and even orang utan.
Include buffet lunch...
Price: 1,400 baht


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