1. Visit Wat Po to see the reclining Buddha

Wat Po is the home of the reclining Buddha, which is 15m high and 46m long. The statue of Lord Buddha is completely covered with gold leaf and looks magnificent up close. The temples have 108 bowls located in various locations throughout the temples and visitors can purchase coins to put in these bowls. The Wat Po is a must see for all travelers in Bangkok and is an integral part of our Bangkok Pattaya Tour.

2. Visit the Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is one of the most important and famous attractions in Bangkok and any visit to Bangkok is incomplete without a visit to the Grand Palace, making it a major destination on our Bangkok Pattaya tour. This palace once served as the official residence of the Royal Family of Thailand. This palace covers an area of ​​214,000 square meters.

3 shopping in Bangkok

Bangkok is a shopaholic's paradise, with a wide range of options, from street shops to high-end malls. The Chatuchak market is only open on weekends and attracts more than 200,000 visitors a day. The market spans an area of ​​27 acres and covers more than 8000 stalls selling a wide range of items such as clothing, accessories, electronic items and gadgets, shoes, etc.

For high-end shoppers, the Siam Paragon Mall offers a wide range of attractions from designer shops, the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia, a large multiplex cinema and a wide variety of restaurants offering different cuisines. The mall is also home to Ferrari and Lamborghini showrooms, which draws many visitors to the mall on a daily basis. Shopping trips are the highlight of our Bangkok Pattaya Tour and no trip to Bangkok is complete without shopping.

4. Enjoy a boat cruise on the Chao Phraya River

Often known as the "Venice of the East", the Chao Phraya River runs through Bangkok and empties into many canals. The river is considered the lifeline of Bangkok and provides a source of income for thousands of inhabitants. Many ferries and boat cruises are available showing different sides of Bangkok, from high-rise condominiums and luxury hotels to wooden shacks and the lives of ordinary Bangkok residents is a recommended excursion on our Bangkok Pattaya Tour.

5.participate in the water fight during Songkran

Songkran is a traditional Thai New Year festival that is celebrated between April 13 and 15 each year. In Buddhist culture, sprinkling water is believed to help remove bad luck and past sins. Today, this custom has become a real water fight in which no one is saved from getting wet and the whole festival turns into a great party. Our Bangkok Pattaya tour can arrange a visit to these water fights during Songkran.

6.Explore the nightlife of Walking Street, Pattaya

The highlight of our Bangkok Pattaya tour, the pedestrian street is a 500m stretch where no vehicles are allowed after 6pm and offers one of the most amazing. This street is lined with bars, restaurants, go-go bars, adult entertainment, nightclubs where travelers can party all night. While it can be completely deserted during the day, this street undergoes a 180-degree transformation after sunset with the pedestrian street festooned with bright neon lights, loud music, and adult performers taking to the streets.

7. Go, from island to island,

Our Bangkok Pattaya tour can arrange multiple tours to go island hopping from Pattaya, from group tours on large boats to renting a speedboat. Travelers can visit Coral Island, Koh Sak, Koh Krok, Koh Phai or Bamboo Island, Koh Rin or (Gnat Island), Koh Krham, Monkey Island, Koh Si Chang and Koh Samet.

Travelers can enjoy a wide range of activities during their island hopping tours, such as exploring islands, lazing on the beach, enjoying water sports, snorkeling, or enjoying the beautiful scenery, crystal clear waters, and sights and scenes during the jump. from one island to another. https://www.amarnathji.com/%e0%b8%97%e0%b8%b0%e0%b9%80%e0%b8%a5%e0%b9%83...

Many boats are equipped with glass floors that allow visitors to experience and witness underwater and marine life, and these boats can be arranged on our Bangkok Pattaya Tour.

8 go up the hill to Wat Phra Khao Yai

Also known as the Big Buddha Hill, the Phra Khao Yai Road is the most prominent Buddha statue in Pattaya and is approximately 18m tall and sits at a height of 100m above sea level.

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Also known as the Big Buddha Hill, the Phra Khao Yai Road is the most prominent Buddha statue in Pattaya and is approximately 18m tall and sits at a height of 100m above sea level.