After breakfast at hotel, be picked up at 08.30 by guide. Go to the pier by sky train and link to the Grand Palace by the boat along Chao Phraya River. The Grand Palace is the most visited landmark of Thailand. It is a must visit at least once in the lifetime. The Grand Palace is divided into three
main zones. The Outer Court, home of royal offices, public buildings and the Temple of Emerald Buddha, the residence of Thailand’s most sacred Buddhist sculpture. Phra Kaeo Morakot (the Emerald Buddha) was carved completely from flawless green jade and is situated amid gold-gilded sculptures and ornaments, and fresco paintings of the main ordination hall.
The Middle Court, which is where the most important residential and state buildings are; and the Inner Court, which is exclusively reserved for the king, his queen and his consorts.
Later on a, tray a nice experience on Tuk Tuk ride to the famous Flower Market. Visit the market and a nice lunch will be provided at local restaurant by the river.
After lunch , proceed to visit Wat Pho, Temple of Reclining Buddha, it is also regarded as the country’s first public university as when King Rama III ordered a restoration of the temple, he demanded are vision of lost sciences, segmented into eight categories and engraved them onto several stone inscriptions (later been registered the UNESCO Memory of the World since 2008) so people were free to read and learn—and Thai massage was one of eight the categories.After wandering around wall paintings, you can stop by at the massage pavilion to try traditional Thai massage using ancient techniques to release muscle tensions (on your own interest and own expense)
Later, you will learn why Bangkok is called “ the Venice of Asia”. It is a time to try out a local boat for a river and canals tour to explore local life. See local people with their daily activities along the river at another side of Bangkok.
Returning to the pier and further transfer to your hotel. Free evening time for your own Bangkok exploration. Overnight in Bangkok.
Bangkok 2 nights