To do & See around Bangkok
Places to see around Bangkok
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Enjoy the activity on the crowded canals, full of boats bringing fresh fruits and food to the market on this easy morning trip. A fun activity for everybody where you can observe the traditional way of selling and buying on the khlongs of the Damnoen Saduak floating market.
Ayutthaya & Bang Pa-In
This full day tour gives you the opportunity to view the grandness of UNESCO site Ayutthaya, once one of the biggest and richest places in the world, as well as the summer palace of Bang Pa-In.
Bridge over River Kwai
This full day trip from Bangkok takes you to the infamous Death Railway and the Bridge on the river Kwai. Also visit the WWII Museum, the War Cemetery, take a train ride on Death Railway and a longtail boat ride on the River Kwai.
Lopburi Town & Sunflower Fields
Visit Lopburi province, home to the largest sunflower fields in Thailand, in blossom between November and January. In Lopburi town we will visit several ancient Khmer monuments where great numbers of cheeky monkeys hang out.
Pattaya & Coral Island
Discover Pattaya, one of the busiest beach resorts in Asia and enjoy the peace and quiet of nearby Coral Island, where you can relax, swim and snorkel, and see corals from a glass bottomed boat.
Ancient City Muang Boran
Shaped in the form of Thailand, the Ancient city or Muang Boran is a huge open air museum where you can admire many of the countries famous historic places and buildings all in one place without having to travel all over the country.
The Erawan Museum close to Bangkok houses one of the best art collections in the country. The museum itself is the area’s most noticeable landmark, being in the shape of 29 meters high bronze three headed elephant.
Big Buddha of Ang Thong
During this tour of Ang Thong province you will visit the “Big Buddha of Ang Thong”. The towering 92 meters tall image surrounded by paddy fields is the largest sitting Buddha statue in Thailand. You will also see the 7 centuries old reclining Buddha of Wat Inthapramun and visit the Ban Bang Sadet Court Doll center.