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Duration: 5 days 4 nights
Location: Thailand
Price: from RM 651
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Explore the enchanting of Bangkok & Hua Hin

Route : Bangkok – City Tour – Hua Hin – Bangkok

Duration : 5 days 4 nights

DAY 1 : BANGKOK – Arrival

Welcome to Bangkok City! Upon arrive, meet and greet our representative and transfer to hotel for check in. Free and easy activities for the whole day. Meals at own expenses.


After breakfast, take a boat and cross Chao Phraya river to visit Wat Arun. With only takes 30 minutes, you will arrive at next destination, that is Wat Traimit which also known as Temple of golden Buddha. En- route, lunch at local restaurant.

Next destination, shopping at Gems Gallery, visit Leather Shop, Honey Bee Product, Magic Art Museum or MBK Mall. Free by own leisure Shopping at MBK Mall. Dinner at own expenses. Before heading to hotel, visit Asiatique River Front. 


After breakfast, visit Maeklong Train Market, looks like any other open-air market in Asia. It’s a real way of Thai lifestyle, very unique for tourists. You will get to see (and smell!)  a great variety of goods, vegetables, fruits, meat, unusual stuffs, fish, frogs, tuna, shark, mussels, fresh lives, dried seafood, sweets, curry, flowers sold along the way. Only 300 meters long  on the real train tracks you will be entertained with the real atmosphere of  local businesses going on. Some friendly and moody vendors, Thai shoppers who don’t really care even when the train’s approaching, they just wanna shop till the last minute the train comes!. 

Next destination, you will visit Damnernsaduak Floating Market. It is great for photo opportunities, food, and for giving you an insight into a bygone way of life. This itself can be a fascinating insight into Thai culture, as the vast majority of tourists here are Thais, and watching the approach to this cultural ‘theme park’ is instructive. But beyond the market, the residential canals are quite peaceful and can be explored by hiring a boat for a longer duration. South of the floating market are several small family businesses, including a Thai candy maker, a pomelo (shaddock, a type of citrus) farm and a knife crafter. Lunch will be a local restaurant.

Continue this fascinating exploration, you will next visit Swiss Sheep Farm. Opening in the year of 2012, Swiss Sheep Farm aims to replicate European-style sheep farm, with vast meadows surrounded by shepherds.   In the case of the Swiss Sheep Farm, it has become popular with Thai newlyweds who descend on the park to have their wedding pictures taken in the Valley of Love. Aside from taking photos, perhaps the main attractions are to feed some of the sheep (which the kids will love) or go for a ride in a horse and cart. However, if you’re feeling adventurous, you can try your hand a spot of archery. There is also a small café inside the park which serves good coffee and a selection of reasonably priced refreshments.

Next destination, you will visit the Plearnwan Vintage Village. It is a newly built, eco friendly, living museum with architecture and decoration based on villages of Hua Hin’s past. It’s basically a large oblong structure of small shops on two levels which is open in the middle. And it satisfies two of Thailand’s favorite pastimes: shopping and eating. Dinner will be at local restaurant.

Last destination of the day, you will visit Hua Hin Night Market, where you will find countless outlets selling delicious food that is freshly cooked and served to you within a matter of minutes. Do also take a look behind the stalls on the pavements because there are plenty of restaurants there as well. Other than the food, you’ll discover an overwhelming variety of local handicrafts, souvenirs and clothing on sale.


After breakfast, you will visit Hua Hin Railway Station, where the train station has become a popular tourist attraction. Its quaint, East-meets-West architectural style stands in stark contrast to the modern hotel buildings and outdoor malls that have become an integral part of 21st century Hua Hin’s skyline.  Next, you will visit to Wat Huay Mongkol. This Buddhist temple is home to the world’s largest statue of Luang Phor Thuad, a legendary southern Thai monk revered for his enlightenment and ability to perform miracles. Many believe that the amulets created in his image guarantee safety in times of distress. Before lunch, you will visit to Santorini Park. It’s got all the details right, from classic whitewashed buildings, colourfully painted windows, down to stone-paved paths and domed towers. An impressive lineup of shops, restaurants and an amusement park promise good times for everyone. Lunch at own expenses.

After that, transfer back to Bangkok, and shopping at Platinum Fashion Mall or Pratunam Market or MBK Mall. Dinner at local restaurant and transfer to hotel for overnight.

DAY 5 : BANGKOK – Departure

After breakfast, free at own leisure until departure time.