Enjoy the unique experience to reach Maeklong Railway Market (umbrella pulldown market) by taking a local train. Then, visit Damnoen Saduak, the most famous floating market in Thailand filled with colorful boat vendors to explore.
Get your exclusive admission ticket to the Observation Deck and the 360-degree revolving viewpoint at Baiyoke Sky Hotel. Take in the views from one of Thailand's tallest buildings and identify the scene beneath you, as you sip on a free drink.
Explore must-visit iconic attractions in Bangkok by visiting the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha Temple and the options for Wat Pho, local markets and Wat Arun. Enjoy this exclusive private trip with an experienced local tour guide
Baiyoke Sky Restaurant provides a buffet with a range of international food, seafood and Thai dishes. After your meal, get a chance to marvel at the view of Bangkok from the Observation Deck on the 77th floor and Revolving View
Get away from Bangkok for a day to spend quality time with elephants at an ethically run Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in Pattaya. Gain an insight into their history and behavior while creating lifelong memories of your time with the stunning creature.
End your evening with a luxury meal on a cruise along the remarkable Chao Phraya River. See Bangkok's beautiful landmarks by night. Watch the traditional Thai dance or listen to live jazz and pop music on the 360-degree deck.
Take the worry out of your arrival at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport after a long flight, and enjoy a VIP service through the airport formalities. Take advantage of a premium service that fast tracks you through immigration and more.
Spend 2 hours aboard the White Orchid River Cruise. Take in the scenery of the Chao Phraya river by night with amazing historical sights. Enjoy your evening with a variety of food, excellent service, live music and a Cabaret show!
Travel back in time to see the world-famous bridge on the River Kwai, built during World War II by prisoners of war, near the town of Kanchanaburi. Learn about the construction of the infamous “Death Railway” at the poignant JEATH War Museum.