Step away from the towns and the cities and head into a 1000-year-old rainforest Within the beautiful woods of Kaeng Krachan National Park, the Pa-La-U Waterfall stands as one of Thailand's most beautiful natural wonders, and one of the biggest attractions in Hua Hin. Upon trekking through the rainforest to reach the waterfall, you'll be given free time to enjoy the waterfall – take a dip in the clear water or take photographs. After your adventure in the waterfall, you'll tuck into a delicious, authentic Thai lunch. Vegetarian options are also available during this period. Then you'll head to the Monsoon Valley Vineyards, where rows upon rows of grapes are waiting to be pressed into delicious wine. Visitors will even be able to help themselves to a glass of freshly pressed grape juice so they can taste some of the best product that Hua Hin has to offer. With the calming atmosphere and the fresh air, you'll soothe body and mind in this beautiful tour experience.
View historic Bangkok landmarks, such as the Emerald Buddha Temple and Grand Palace, on a grand cruise ride.Feast on a 2-hour dinner buffet, a fusion of different cuisines from all over the world.Enjoy the performance of a live band with 80’s and 90’s hits by ABBA, Donna Dummer, and the Supremes.
Take a tour at 2 of Bangkok's most famous floating markets, complete with a licensed professional guide and air-conditioned transfers.Weave through Damnoen Saduak Floating Market's maze of vendors, the largest and most popular floating market in the country.
Spend a day exploring Safari World Bangkok, consisting of two parks: Safari Park, an open zoo, and Marine Park.Delve into the animal kingdom of Safari Park, where giraffes, zebras, tigers, and lions reside.Venture to the world of the wild west, where seasoned cowboy performers perform intricate stunts.
Learn about Thailand’s past splendor on a historical tour of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre.Visit the country’s most important monasteries and wander around the incredible temple grounds and ruins.Search for the widely-photographed Bhudda's head nestled in the trees.