Thailand is predominantly a Buddhist country with around 95% of Thai's practicing the Theravada discipline of Buddhism. As you wander the streets of Bangkok it is not unusual to see monks adorned in their maroon and yellow colors walking along the road and it should come as no surprise as Thailand has over 26,000 Wat's (the local name for temple).
• 3 hours
Explore the soul and spirit of Chiang Mai on this small-group cultural tour! Rise early and watch Chiang Mai come to life as you visit one of its liveliest markets. Enjoy a traditional Thai breakfast at a local market and get a glimpse of a typical morning routine. Gain insight into Chiang Mai's deeply religious culture by visiting two well-known Buddhist temples, and strike up a conversation with a monk.
• 4 hours
After your cruise ship docks in the port of Bangkok, embark on a private shore excursion to the magnificent Grand Palace and visit four spectacular Buddhist temples. You’ll be awed by the stunning beauty of Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) and Wat Benchamabophit (the Marble Temple). Your full-day city sightseeing tour by private vehicle includes lunch and commentary by an expert local guide.
• 8 hours
Discover some of Bangkok’s top attractions on this private temple tour. Visit the 3 most distinguished temples; Wat Traimit (Temple of Golden Buddha), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) and Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) on the Chao Phraya River. On this 5-hour tour you will explore the beauty and history of these famous sights with an expert guide.
• 5 hours
Uncover the heart of Thailand’s history and culture during this 4-hour private tour of Bangkok’s temples. A predominantly Buddhist country, Thailand is home to thousands of temples and some of the most famous are in the capital city of Bangkok. Admire the ‘Golden Buddha’ temple at Wat Trimit, the famous reclining Buddha at Wat Pho and the gorgeous marble temple at Wat Bechcmabohit. Along the way you’ll pass through the city’s vibrant Chinatown and the Chedis of the Kings. A friendly local guide will be on hand to guide you around and offer a more personalized experience.
• 4 hours
Experience this 4 hour tour of the most significant temples in Bangkok, known for their cultural values and Buddhist sacredness. Your English-speaking guide will pick you up from your hotel in Bangkok at 7am in an air-conditioned vehicle. You will visit Wat Trimit which protects the Golden Buddha crafted from 5.5 tons of solid gold, the oldest temple Wat Pho, which houses the majestic Reclining Buddha and the renowned Wat Benchamabophit, the Marble Temple. This half day small group tour also includes a visit to a local Gems Factory and all entrance fees to the temples.
• 4 hours
Uncover the essence of Bangkok through highlighted destinations with a friendly and informative Guide. A full day visit gives just enough time to admire the popular places without rushing. This includes The Temple of Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit), Chinatown, The Flower market, Temple of Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), Thai traditional massage and The Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun).
• 9 hours
Surat Thani: Known in Thai as ‘City of Good People’, Surat Thani was once the seat of the ancient Srivijaya Empire. Today, this typical Thai town is a busy transport hub moving cargo and people around the country. Travelers rarely linger here as they make their way to the popular islands of Koh Samui, Ko Pha-Ngan and Koh Tao, but it's a great stop if you enjoy real Thai working cities, good southern style street food and nosing around colorful Chinese temples and Chinese shop fronts.
• 9 hours
At the level of 1,200 meter above the sea level, this abundant national park offers not only the Amazing waterfalls, varied plants and wild animals for the nature lovers, but it also hides the fascinating historical aspect of the discovery of the ancient tools and relics, which make the place quite popular for the historians and theologians.
• 3 days
Located in coast of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, it is the first marine national park of Thailand. Khao Sam Roi Yot means The Mountain with three hundred peaks and refers to a series of limestone hills along the Gulf of Thailand with highest one at 605m above the sea level. The northwest corner of the mountain range is called Thung Sam Roi Yot and is mainly freshwater marsh covering nearly 37% of the national park which makes it the largest wetlands area in Thailand
• 9 hours