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10 Days of wellbeing, rejuvenation with Eastern alternative therapy which is personalized for you. Fun time and nightlife in Bangkok and the cruise along the peaceful historic WWII River Kwai.
- 3 Days 2 Nights with unique Health & Relaxation program
- Grand Palace and Temple of Emerald Buddha Tour
- National Museum or Museum Siam
- Jim Thompson House & Museum Tour
- 4-day River Kwai Cruise
- Thai Cooking Class
Price starts at USD 3,149/person for group of 4 (twin sharing at 4 stars hotel)
Details of Wellbeing Package
Day 1-3: Wellbeing and Relaxation program at Rainbow Arokayal (All meals included, except dinner on Day 3)
Transfer from Airport to “Rainbow Arokayal” Holistic Longevity Center
Upon arrival, the certified physiotherapist will examine your health in the holistic fashion, and examine body posture and design the proper, individual holistic alternative therapy for you. We offer alternative wellness concept to improve and maintain a healthy, balanced wellbeing lifestyle incorporating the latest in holistic health care.
We offer various holistic therapies e.g. mineral Jacuzzi bath, Shiatsu massage, Chi sand therapy etc., supervised by experts to rejuvenate you for the trip, with peaceful surroundings and clean accommodation
At the end of Day 3, you will be transferred to Bangkok and check in at Novotel Siam Square Hotel in downtown Siam Square area (or equivalent).
Dinner: not included (suggested dinner at Red Sky on 55th Floor at Central World)
Day 4 Morning: Bangkok Tour with nightlife (B, L, D)
Half Day Tour: Grand Palace & Temple of Emerald Buddha
The Grand Palace has an area of 218,400 sq. metres and is surrounded by walls built in 1782. The length of the four walls is 1,900 metres. Within these walls, situated government offices and the Chapel Royal of the Emerald Buddha besides the royal residences.
When Siam restored law and order after the fall of Ayutthaya (the previous capital of Siam), the monarch lived in Thonburi which is on the west side of the Chaophraya river. King Rama I, on ascending the throne, moved the centre of administration to this side of the Chao Phraya river and, after erecting public monuments such as fortifications and monasteries, built a palace to serve not only as his residence but also as his offices--the various ministries, only one of which remains in the palace.
This palace came to be known as the Grand Palace, in which the earliest edifices contemporary with the foundation of Bangkok were the two groups of residences named the Dusit Maha Prasat and the Phra Maha Monthian.
Afternoon: Visit Thailand National Museum or Museum Siam
Evening: Enjoy the sparkling Bangkok night life
Day 5 Morning: Free time in the morning, then Jim Thompson Thai House & Museum (B, L, -)
Relax and enjoy hotel facilities. We then will walk to the nearby Jim Thompson Thai House & Museum in late morning to have lunch there. And you will enjoy the afternoon at the museum.
Jim Thompson was the benefactor silk entrepreneur who improved the quality of Thai silk production and make Thai silk well known the world over. The museum houses valuable art items from countries in South East Asian countries e.g. the ancient statue from Myanmar, the table previously used by Thai King Rama V. The museum itself are old Thai houses relocated from other part of the country.
Lunch: included at Jim Thompson Thai House & Museum
Day 6 – 9 Four Day River Kwai Cruise - joined tour (All meals included except dinner on Day 9)
Morning: Transfer to Kanchanaburi
We will cruise along the World War II historic River Kwai and visit the interesting places en route.
The River Kwai was brought into attention of the world because it was where the Japanese army forced the labor of the local people to build the railway bridge across the River Kwai during World War II. We will also visit that historic bridge, together with Thailand-Burma Railway Center Museum.
We will also visit many more interesting places along the river trip e.g. Prasat Muang Singh Historical Park which was constructed in the late Lop Buri Period ca. 11th – 13th century A.D. Influenced by ancient Khmer culture.
Hell Fire Pass Memorial Museum houses a mini-theatre and collection of data, photographs, equipment and utensils used during the construction of the Death Railway.
Tiger Temple is quite a controversial tiger conservation area where various kinds of wild as well as domestic animals live together freely in the nature and are friendly to the monks and visitors.
Phra Pathom Chedi is the tallest stupa in the world with the height of 127 metres (417 ft) which is located in the town of Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. The name Phra Pathom Chedi means Holy chedi (stupa) of the beginning. The stupa at the location is first mentioned in Buddhist scriptures of the year 675, however archaeological findings date back to the 4th century. We will also enjoy the traditional Thai massage and making merit to Buddhist monk
Note: RV River Kwai need a minimum of 4 (four) clients to guarantee operation of any cruise
We will then transfer back to Novotel Siam Square hotel in Bangkok.
Day 10 Morning: Thai Cooking Class and Shopping Time in the afternoon (B, L, -)
Learn the healthful secret recipe of Thai food. You will also learn the wonders of Thai herbs and spices, which not only make Thai cuisine popular the world over. It is also healthy to have.
Lunch: The dishes you have cooked, yummy
Afternoon: Free time for shopping for souvenir and relax before departure
Transfer to Airport (end of tour with smile and happiness)