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Bangkok/Hua Hin

5D 4N

Day 01 Arrival Bangkok (-)

Upon arrival in Bangkok, meet and greet our representative, pick you up and transfer to hotel. Check in , free and easy at own leisure. Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 02 Hua Hin (B)

After breakfast, check out and proceed to Hua Hin. Transfer to hotel, check in and refresh and relax.

After a short relaxation, have lunch at the nearby vicinity, and proceed to watch elephants in the wild of Kui Buri National Park, home of several hundred wild elephants and sighting of one or more of these beautiful animals are almost certain. The elephants usually stay in the forest until the late afternoon, especially on bright sunny days. By the end of the day they come out of the forest when they can be seen roaming the grasslands bordering the trees. Often they hang out around water and salt licks, which are an important source of minerals. A particularly rewarding experience is to watch herds with both adults and baby elephants, usually spotted at the Huay Luek elephant watching area, a beautiful place with forests and grasslands where the elephants and possibly other animals as deer and gaur can be observed without disturbing them.

Visitors can get to the wildlife watching area by arranging a wildlife safari, in a converted pickup truck with seats in the back drives tourists from the visitor center to Huay Luek. The pickup truck drives along a dirt road to several viewing points where the elephants usually can be spotted without disturbing them. A guide looks out for elephants and other wildlife and points them out to the tourists. 

Among the other wildlife that can be spotted in the park are gaurs, various species of deer, macaques, jackals, white handed gibbons, reptiles like snakes and many species of colorful birds. Bring along binoculars to have a good view of the elephants and other wildlife. To get protection from the sun, bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. After enjoying the National Park, drive back (1hr 30min), transfer to hotel. Have dinner nearby hotel vicinity. Overnight in Hua Hin.

Day 03 Hua Hin (B)

After breakfast,check out and proceed to visit the Klai Kangwon Palace in the north of Hua Hin is a summer palace built by King Rama VII in 1926 and completed in 1933. It is mainly composed of three Spanish-style buildings facing the sea. Klai Kang Won means keeping away from troubles in Thai. It was originally built for Queen RambaiBarni, and then gradually became the resort of successive Thai emperors. There are three large palaces in the palace, namely TamnakPlukkasem in the north and TamnakNoi in the south, while the larger PhraTamank is between the two palaces, and the followers will sleep in some small bungalows.The  palace's atmosphere is shady, quiet, very good, next to the beach. You have to dress politely. Torn shorts or long legs are not allowed to visit.

Next, visit the Swiss Sheep Farm, a scenic place with its meadows, windmill, farm houses and barns against a backdrop of a forested hill, Swiss sheep farm is a great place for photo taking. Milk churns, large bales of hay, farm carts, old water pump, Halloween pumpkins and several 1950’s and 1960’s American trucks add to the farm’s picturesque feel. Children will enjoy feeding and petting the farm animals or riding a pony. The farm offers a chance to get up close to various animals and to feed them. Around the farm are sheeps, goats, horses, ponies, chickens, donkeys, bunnies, fishes and swans in a pond and alpacas. 

Near the entrance, several dozen sheep and little lambs that will run towards you and try to climb the fence when you get near them with some grass and feed it to the sheep. The small lambs can be fed some milk from a bottle. There are timing where the staff demonstrate goat milking. After the demonstration visitors can try their hand with the dairy goats. Small children will enjoy petting the bunnies and feeding them carrots. Other activities include riding around the farm in a horse drawn carriage, ride a mechanical rodeo bull, archery and horse riding.

The interior walls of the small two storey 3D building are decorated with multi dimensional paintings. Visitors can stand in the paintings and become part of the scene. Letting your imagination go posing in the art works will get you lots of laughs and many fun photos.Have fun photo taking, posing in 3D paintings, try the nearby For Art’s Sake and Trick Art Museum or Art in Paradise in Bangkok. 

Have lunch at the Damnoen Saduak Floating market and, visit the Tham Khao Luang is a cave is full of Buddha images and has always been an important meditation site, as well as a favorite of some past Thai kings. It is not far out of Phetchaburi City, and it’s definitely worth a visit. Aside from people visiting for religious reasons, the main draw here is the dramatic way the sun rays pierce into the cave. You can get some great photos of this effect if you visit at the right time. 

There is one main chamber inside which has the main seated Buddha and is where the sunrays come in from the skylight. At the back of this chamber is a large reclining Buddha. Through a narrow passage, there is a smaller chamber, this one with a skylight and the roots of a bodhi tree growing down into the cave. Back through an even narrower passage is one final tiny space, and an old ladder going up to an exit. If you look carefully you’ll see some that are quite old. 

The best time to visit Tham Khao Luang Cave to see the sunlight streaming in is in the morning to early afternoon. Incense burning inside strengthens the effect, but it only works when there is sunshine. Because of this, the rainy season will be less likely to produce the effect, but it will still happen regularly. There are a lot of monkeys here looking for handouts of food, and there are signs to not feed the monkeys, and also shops selling fruit for feeding them. They are wild animals and it really is better if you do not give them food as it disrupts their natural feeding.

Visit, the Mae Klong Railway Market (Hoop Rom Market), a local market in Samut Songkhram Province, commonly called Siang Tai (life-risking) Market. It is considered, one of the amazing-Thailand attractions in the province. Spreading over a 100-metre length, the market is located by the railway near Mae Klong Railway Station, Mueng District, Samut Songkhram Province, a common fresh market called 'life-risking' market because its stalls are attached to the Mae Klong-Ban Laem railway, when each signal of the arriving train rings, chaos happens, vendors will rush to close their parasols and canvas, along with clearing all goods that will obstruct the coming train at a great speed. Once the train passes, parasols and canvas will be reopened as goods are again put into their usual place next to the railroad. The market, accordingly, is so called 'Hoop Rom (umbrella/parasol-closing) Market'. The practice is usual for vendors and local people, but not for tourists who will definitely find the scene exciting and enjoyable at each visit. The parasol-closing event happens eight times per day according to the time that trains leave Mahachai for Mae Klong and depart Mae Klong for Mahachai.

Next, visit the Damnoen Saduak Floating market in Ratchaburi is one of the most popular floating markets in Thailand. Every day many Thai and foreign tourists travel here to shop, eat, and absorb the atmosphere of Thailand water markets that have been like this for over a 100 years. Klong Damnoen Saduak Damnoen Saduak is the straightest and longest canal in Thailand. The canal was built on royal initiative as King Rama IV of Thailand wanted to link the Mae Klong River with Chinese river ways to support transportation and trade. It took over 2 years to dig, and was eventually finished under the reign of his successor King Rama V. The canal is 32 kilometers long and has more than 200 branches, and it's popularity grew to new heights in 1971-1973 when the river was full of farmers on their boats selling their wares. And that is the way trade is performed in this area until todays. Hae dinner at floating market and transfer to hotel, check in, and Overnight in Hua Hin.

Day 04 Hua Hin/Bangkok (B)

After breakfast, check out and proceed to Bangkok, Thai Krung Thep, city, capital, and chief port of Thailand. It is the only cosmopolitan city in a country of small towns and villages and is Thailand’s cultural and commercial centre, located on the delta of the Chao Phraya River. Transfer to hotel, check in, refresh and relax. 

After a short relaxation, visit the Grand Palace, city’s most popular site, a vast complex built in 1782, and served as the home of the King of Thailand, the Royal court, and also as the administrative seat of government. Make sure you are appropriately dressed and that your knees and shoulders are covered, it is a strict checks in terms of clothing. It is required that you remove footwear when you are visiting the Grand Palace. Socks seem to be an option for some people. Since you'll be removing your footwear so often to enter places when visiting temples in Bangkok, that you might as well just wear flip flops to make life easier.

There are several temples and pagodas in the complex, including a model of the Siem Reap temple in Cambodia. The most notable temple in the Grand Palace is the temple of the Emerald Buddha, where photos are not allowed. The Emerald Buddha statue is actually quite small, but it’s one of the most important statues of the Buddha in Thailand.

Visit the Wat Pro Temple a short walk away from the Grand Palace.People call this temple Wat Pho, but its full name is a lot longer, and it is called the Wat Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm Rajwaramahaviharn. It is one of the oldest religious complexes in Bangkok, at 46 meters long, it’s not the largest reclining Buddha in the world, but it’s definitely one of the most intricate and ornate ones. Alongside the various temples, chedis and pagodas, there are also quarters for monks, a school and a school for traditional medicine and massage.

Pay special attention to the 3-metre soles of the feet of the Buddha. They are decorated with mother-of-pearl, and you can see several symbols such as white elephants, tigers and flowers, by which the Buddha can be identified, as well as circles representing chakras.

Have lunch at one of the few cafes and restaurants close by, such as Elefin coffee and where you can rest your feet for an hour. If you are not tired, you can pop in Tha Tien market for a couple of snacks or a juice, and continue exploring Bangkok. 

After lunch, take the boat to Wat Arun. There are several types of boats going up and down the Chao Phraya river, to suit all budgets and levels of comfort. Take the budget option, the local boat, actually fun to use, and it take less than five minutes to cross the Chao Phraya River and get to Wat Arun to visit the Wat Arun Temple.

Wat Arun, or the temple of Dawn, is a massive structure between 67 and 86 metres tall, it looks absolutely massive, even from the opposite bank of the river, stood there for several hundreds of years, and it once hosted the statue of Emerald Buddha, which is now within the complex of the Grand Palace. It has been restored multiple times, and although found the decorations a little crude, the overall site is very imposing. The structures are white, decorated with colourful tiles, and seemed to be extremely popular. Some of the stairs are quite steep! If you have mobility issues or vertigo, it might be best to skip climbing up Wat Arun. There are also boats that can take you further up the east bank of Chao Phraya River if you want to have a longer boat ride. Otherwise, get the boat back to Tha Tien.

After a tiring walk, visit the Lumpini Park and see local life in one of the few open public spaces in Bangkok, to see the locals exercise – and doing the tai chi, to a full-on aerobics class! This is to relax your mind and your tiring leg to relax till to see what nightlife Bangkok has to offer!

After relaxing at the Lumpini Park, visit the Chinatown Night Market, also known as Yaowarat Night Market, is a must-visit destination for food lovers. There are diverse array of food options, ranging from Thai to Chinese cuisine, along with a lively atmosphere. Plan to spend at least 2-3 hours here to fully explore the area and sample the different foods.

After sunset, the area comes to life with street food stalls, local restaurants, and live music. You’ll find crowds of people enjoying the festive vibe and the smells of different foods fill the air. Although the night market can get crowded, the experience is worth it. You’ll have a chance to try all kinds of food, from Thai to Chinese and beyond. It’s recommended to visit Yaowarat at night instead of during the day, as more businesses are open and the atmosphere is even livelier. Have variety choice of street food and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 05 Bangkok/Nakhon Nayok/Departure (B)

After breakfast, proceed to visit the Temple of the Golden Buddha, Wat Traimit. This particular Buddha statue is not just golden coloured, like many other Buddha statues you are likely to see in SE Asia, but it is actually made of 5.5 tons of real gold. The statue was originally made around the 13th century, and was subsequently covered in plaster and stucco to prevent thieves from knowing its actual value. It definitely served its purpose, after several decades, the value of the statue was forgotten by everyone!

Around the beginning of 19th century, the plastered statue was moved to a temple in Bangkok that eventually got abandoned in 1931, and therefore it was decided that the statue be moved again to Wat Traimit, its present location. In the process of moving the statue, parts of the plaster came off, and the gold was exposed. Imagine the people’s surprise when they realized that the whole statue was made of gold. The Wat Traimit complex also hosts an exhibition about the history of the Chinese community in Bangkok.

Have Lunch and, proceed Nakhon Nayok to experience the tranquility surrounded by the enchanting view of nature, mountains, paddy fields and a stream of blue water place, a small province surrounded by nature including mountains, trees, flora, and fauna, especially during the winter season. Stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city by visiting this place and enjoy the nature and peace simultaneously. 

The best places to view here is from the Supanniga Road, which is surrounded by Supanniga flowers, which are also called cotton flowers. This perennial plant is bright yellow in color blooming at the ends of branches especially during the month of January and February. 

The Bamboo Forest, is a spontaneous bamboo tunnel that leans together stretching for several meters in the Bamboo forest. The Aden farm, is a family-run recreation area that is decorated with umbrellas of multiple colors. You can chill out on the wooden bridge that stretches to the rice field at this place. This place is known as one of the most photographed corners in Nakhon Nayok.  

The Wang Bon Reservoir weather will be too good during the cold season. The atmosphere is shady and peaceful during the winter season. There are many activities to unravel your boredom such as hiking, birdwatching, fishing, renting bicycles, spinning around, abseiling, and can go canoeing for seeing the beauty of Wang Bon waterfall.

The Khun Dan Prakan Chon Dam, is the longest compounded concrete dam in the world. This dam receives water from the HaewNarok waterfall through Khao Yai national park. Enjoy the scenery of the national park from the ridge of the dam. Take a chic photo, ride a bike, and enjoy the beautiful view of this place. The Wang Takhrai Waterfall, is the combination of two streams from Mae Plong falls flows through small and large rocks and forms this waterfall. The water level is not much deep. As the water is flowing all year round, the area is abundant with large trees and various plants. 

After a whole day tour, transfer to the airport for the night flight for the onward destination.

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