INPACT 2016 WORLD CONFERENCE
JW MARRIOTT HOTEL BANGKOK
19 - 22 OCTOBER 2016
FOR SPOUSE /
Tuesday, 18 October Tour code : T001
RAILWAY MARKET AND LADPLEE FLOATING MARKETS
Depart from Bangkok and head to The Floating Market Ladlpee which is only a short drive. Introduction to the history of the first floating market in Thailand where water transport played an important role in daily life including trading goods. A short walk leads to the area of present day “Damnoen Saduak Floating Market” along the way see the old-style shops which are hardly to be found these days. See the vibrant and colourful fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and local products from the vendors on their rowing boats. Then continue to Wat Bang Kung, the Buddhist temple covered with large trees, one of the Unseen Thailand landmarks. On the way to the next stop, see the natural monkeys in the Conservation Mangrove Centre. Arrive to Don Hoi Lot and lunch is served at Seafood Restaurant. Continue to Maeklong Railway Market, or “Talad Rom Hoop” in Thai. Upon arrival the guide will introduce you to the history of the area. See the action in several minutes before the train is due to pass through the market. The process happens so quick it will amaze you for this unique moment. Then walk to the pier and take a boat cruise down to Wat Julamanee. Depart from Wat Julamanee and transfer back to hotel.
4 or more person will be a private tour. Less than 4 persons will be sit-in-coach
Wednesday, 19 October Tour code : T002
ANCIENT CITY – HALF DAY TOUR
The journey to the east of the city in Samut Prakarn province, which lies in the Ancient City is very rewarding and worthwhile. The lands are roughly shaped like the map of Thailand, and in their corresponding locations geographically, replicas of ancient Thai monuments, temples and buildings have been recreated. There are 2 places not to be missed within: the Market of Yesteryear near the entrance, and a recreation of the Floating Market area of Kamphang Phet. There are small shops and stalls in both areas. Even though it’s been built now for about 10 years, the park is seemingly not very well known, and even at weekends and public holidays it does not get too crowded. Now that the buildings and monuments are well weathered, they have a real sense of authenticity, and together with its lovely setting the Ancient City has an atmosphere of the real, upcountry Thailand.
PriceUSD65Meal PlanNot Included
This tour requires a minimum of 4 persons to go.
Thursday, 20 October Tour code : T003
Pick up from Bangkok City Hotel and drive to Nakorn Nayok Province. First stop at a local morning market where you can find fresh fruit, and sweet and delicious local food. Experience Ox-cart riding through the rice field to the hut, learn how to grow rice ,ploughing, dragging by Ox and do planting as well, you also have a chance to join with farmer. Visit a fruit plantation where they grow exotic tropical fruits such as mangosteen, durian, rambutan etc. Experience a Thai Cooking class and enjoy lunch. Visit the Royal Project of The King for learning Thai Farm. Visit Khun Dan Dam Hydraulic Turret, the longest cement dam in the world. Transfer back to Bangkok.
Sit in coach
Friday, 21 October Tour code : T004
ANCIENT AYUTTHAYA BY
Ayutthaya lies about an hour’s journey by coach to the north of the city and was the proud and powerful ancient capital of Siam until its destruction, 230 or so years ago. Much of the fabulous ornate city was lost at that time, but what remains will still give you an excellent idea of life during the 4 centuries that the Kings of Ayutthaya ruled. You will also visit the nearby summer palace of the present modern day Chakri dynasty,. After the sightseeing, you will travel by coach for approximately 1 hour to join a cruise boat at Wat Chong- Lom Pier for a leisurely boat ride (approximately 2 hours) back down the Chao Phraya River to River City Pier taking in all of the splendid scenery and typical Thai water-borne life on the way.
Sit in coach
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