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Bangkok and Pattaya 
Travel dates: 02 March 2016 - 31 October 2016 
 
The Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok offers a wide variety of services to help guarantee guests an unforgettable stay. Sanctuary Wellness and Spa, fully equipped Fitness Center, Pool Bar, and international standard restaurants, are just some of the unique services which provide our guests with an unrivalled vacation experience. 
Another facility in demand by all international travellers these days is complimentary high speed wireless internet access, which is available for all guests throughout the hotel. 
 
Situated in the tranquil northern end of Pattaya, Amari Garden Pattaya is less than a 2 hour-drive from Bangkok. Set within lush tropical gardens and just a few steps of the sea and Pattaya Beach, you can truly escape and enjoy a tropical getaway. 
 
Within a short walk or drive from Amari Pattaya, you will find this bustling beach town’s most popular attractions: Tiffany’s Show, Alcazar, Central Festival Pattaya, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, Walking Street and more. 
 
 
 
 
 

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Khao Sok has the best & oldest rainforest in South East Asia, even older than the Amazon. The scenery is truly spectacular, with limestone mountains covered in jungle rising up to 1,000 metres along the Sok River valley. 
Trek on elephant back into the jungle, a unique and memorable experience. You get a bird’s eye view of nature as the elephant silently moves along the jungle trail. Mountains of the stunning national park surround the valley you trek in. 
After lunch take a jungle river canoe trip down the Sok River in safe, inflatable canoes with life jackets. The exotic tropical vegetation clinging to the river banks with limestone cliffs and mountains rising up on both sides creating a secret primeval world that very few people have ever seen. Birds such as hornbill, kingfisher, heron, egret, various reptiles and even wild monkeys live in the area. 
 
Highlights: 
• Navigate the city in an iconic tuk-tuk 
• Marvel at the Phra Sumeru Fortress 
• Ward off bad luck at the Amulet Market 
• Encounter Buddhist heritage at Wat Po 
• Experience the colours and flavours of Little India 
• Snap up a market bargain at Woeng Nakorn Kasem 
• Climb to the top of the Golden Mount 
 
Jump on a tuk-tuk for a rambling Bangkok adventure. Call into Wat Po, then weave through the streets to Phahurat Market to fill up on tasty snacks in Little India. Watch the city whiz by winding up to Wat Saket, then climb the 318 steps of the Golden Mount. These nimble vehicles are an exciting way to get around and the best way to discover Bangkok's buzzing backstreets. 
With our English speaking local guide we start our Bangkok tour by Tuk Tuk, the main form of transport for our half day adventure through the streets of Bangkok. The fortress was built during the reign of Rama I and is the last of two remaining from the 14 originally built. Climbing aboard our transport we travel past Thammasart University into Phra Chan (meaning "moon") Road to the Amulet Market, where various religious amulets, charms and traditional medicines are available. 
Our guide will explain the significance that these items play in the Thai culture. Amulets in all forms are available to bring good luck or to ward off evil. Something you don’t get on other Bangkok sightseeing tours. 
Our next stop is Wat Po which derives its name from the original Wat Potaram, in 1801 the temple was renamed Wat Phra Chetuphon. The temple is the centre of the Buddhist religion in Thailand, the countries first university and is still a centre of learning for traditional Thai massage and medicines. Founded in the 17th century, Wat Po is the oldest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. Our guide will take us on a tour through the temple complex. 
From here we continue our Bangkok Tuk Tuk tour by heading to Phahurat Market, in the heart of Bangkok's little India where all kinds of fabrics, cloths, ornaments and accessories are sold along with stalls selling delicious Indian snacks. 
We continue our Bangkok tour to Woeng Nakorn Kasem in the Khlong Thom quarter, also known as the "thieves market". It is a second hand market for Thai and Chinese antiques where we will find an array of goods for sale from porcelain to furniture. The market derives its nickname from the past, this was where stolen goods would often turn up for sale, this in no longer the case today. 
Our next stop on our day tour in Bangkok is Wat Saket, location of the Golden Mount. Wat Saket sits at the bottom of an artificial hill (refer to as the Golden Mount) and dates back to the Ayutthaya era, prior to Bangkok becoming the capital of the Siamese kingdom. The temple was used for cremation ceremonies. During the reign of King Rama III, the artificial hill or Golden Mount was constructed; a chedi was added to the top which caused the hill to collapse. Under King Rama IV a more permanent hill of clay and bricks was constructed followed by the chedi which still exists today. 
Our guide will take us through the complex and up the 318 steps to the top of the Golden Mount where we have a 360 degree view of the surrounding old Rattankosin Island. This is the last stop of the trip and we are free to return to our hotels, continue personal sightseeing or alternatively go to a local market with our guide for an optional lunch. 
At the end of our Bangkok sightseeing tour you are free to continue exploring the area or your guide will assist you in getting a taxi back to your hotel. 
 
Highlights: 
• Explore the canals of the Chao Phraya River by long tail boat 
• Experience local Bangkok away from the tourist trail 
• Wander through the Wat Po temple complex 
• Marvel at the dazzling Grand Palace 
• See the revered Emerald Buddha at Wat Phra Kaew 
 
Discover Bangkok’s glittering heart on this grand journey along its web of canals. Glide down the Chao Phraya River on a long tail boat past a vibrant array of daily life. Admire the reclining Buddha on a walking tour through Wat Pho and marvel at the magnificence of the Grand Palace. From the fluid veins of the city, to the spiritual heart of the nation, embark on this voyage of discovery. 
We begin our Bangkok tour by riding a local public bus to The Grand Palace Complex. Built in 1782 in time for the coronation of King Rama I, the Grand Palace served as the official residence of the King of Siam, the Royal Court and administrative seat of government until the early 1900s. Despite no longer being the official residence of the king, the Grand Palace is still very much the spiritual centre of the nation and used for various ceremonies during the year. 
Included in the trip will be a visit to Wat Phra Kaew, which houses the revered Emerald Buddha. Our local guide will take us through the grounds of the palace providing a fascinating insight into this majestic place. 
After that we walk to the nearby magnificent temple Wat Po which derives its name from the original Wat Potaram, in 1801 the temple was renamed Wat Phra Chetuphon. The temple is the centre of the Buddhist religion in Thailand, the country’s first university, and is still a centre of learning for traditional Thai massage and medicines. Founded in the 17th century, Wat Po is the oldest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. Our guide will take us on a tour through the temple complex. 
We continue the tour by walking down to the Chao Praya River (meaning River of Kings), where we board a long tail boat for a journey along the river and into the khlongs (canals) of Bangkok. In centuries past, Bangkok was often referred to as the "Venice of the East" with a vast network of khlongs through the city which were utilised as a transport network. 
With the passage of time many of these khlongs have been filled in and converted to roads for more modern forms of transport. In the Thonburi area of Bangkok many of the khlongs survive, and this boat trip will provide you with an insight into the lives of people who live along the khlongs, which seems a world away from the chaotic streets of Bangkok. 
At the end of our walking tour in Bangkok you are free to continue exploring the area or your guide will assist you in getting a taxi back to your hotel. 
 
Highlights: 
Venture into the city’s secret historic heart 
Discover a suburban oasis amid a traffic-jammed city Glimpse the everyday lives of Thai communities 
Experience a more tranquil side of bustling Bangkok 
View the River of Kings or Mae Nam Chao Praya 
 
Bike through backstreets, along waterways and into Bangkok's historic heart. Cycle through suburban pockets, past traditional houses and golden temples, meeting locals along the way. Discover areas untouched by the hectic city. Peeking behind the frantic face of Bangkok, it's as easy as riding a bike. 
When people think of Bangkok often it conjures up images of traffic jams that last from sunrise to sunset and the thought on riding a bike is the last thing people would contemplate. This half day adventure provides us with an interesting insight into an area of Bangkok that few people know about. The biking tour explores the heart and soul of Bangkok - Bangkok Noi. 
Just across Chao Praya River to the Thonburi side of Bangkok, this area has its own unique style of waterways and small roads. The historical records point to the old Bangkok Noi community being established since King Chai Raja of Ayutthaya Period (AD 1532 - 1546). Bangkok Noi Canal which was once a part of the majestic Chao Phraya River flows in a horseshoe shape through the old Bangkok Noi community. 
We start our Bangkok tour near Khao San Road in Banglamphu. After a quick bike fitting and briefing we head out. We wind our way through the back streets of Suburban Bangkok and small lane ways along the riverside. We cross the famous Rama VIII Bridge then ride through a local community who are well known for their addictive mixture of betel nut, lime and a mulberry leaf. 
Passing the King's Royal Barges we follow a well-worn path along The Bangkok Noi Canal which eventually leads us to the spectacular Wat Arun. Wat Arun is well known for its intricate architectural design and also has historical significance. This area is also well known for a basket of multicultural religions which are home to Buddhist temples, Mosques and Portuguese built Churches. 
From Wat Arun, we head back across the Chao Praya River to Pranakorn via the Memorial Bridge. This bridge was built in 1929 to mark city of Bangkok's 150th anniversary. We then pay a visit to another temple called Wat Suthat which is home to the largest sitting Buddha image in Thailand. 
Our final stop on this ultimate Bangkok bike tour is opposite Wat Shuthat to see the giant swing Sao Ching Cha which represents the movement of the God Shiva which was reserved for performances at grand ceremonies. From there we head back to our start point destination to complete the journey. 
The day tour of Bangkok is a very gentle 20 km along the backstreets and canals of Bangkok and suitable for anyone who can ride a bike. Our English speaking guides will provide an insight into the local areas customs, history, culture and local way-of-life each time we stop. High quality mountain bikes are used on this trip and helmets are included. 
At the end of your Bangkok tour you are free to continue exploring the area or your guide will assist you in getting a taxi back to your hotel. 
 
Highlights: 
Rise early morning for a typical northern Thai breakfast 
Join locals to offer food to monks in a tradition that has been at the heart of Thai life for centuries. 
Gain insight into Buddhism and Dharma at Wat U-Mong 
Finish by ‘making merit’ to the Sangkha or monks at Wat Suan Dok. Experience Thai life and culture. 
Enjoy a typical Thai breakfast, Join local residents to take part in a ritual that has been part of life for centuries by giving alms to monk, Gain an insight into Buddhism and Dharma at Wat U-Mong, "Tum bon" or make merit Wat Suan Dok. 
Jump in a Songthaew, an iconic public bus, and take a scenic drive along Suthep Road. On the way, stop by Kad Ton Payom, a flea market well known for its northern Thai cuisine. Afterwards, offer alms to monks to ‘make merit’ and enjoy a traditional style breakfast. 
The next stop is Wat U-mong a 600 year-old temple famed for its large painted pagoda and underground tunnel. Soak up the peaceful atmosphere and perhaps take the opportunity to talk with the abbot about the Buddhism and Dharma. 
Visit Wat Suan Dok and mingle with monks to learn about their way of life. Take some time out to learn basic meditation. Finish the adventure making an offering to the Sangkha. 
 
For a combination of fantastic scenery above and below the water this tour is simply a must. 
On board the speedboat you will head out to the island of Koh Nang Yuan where you can start your day by swimming, snorkelling or plain old fashioned sunbathing! 
Actually this island is really made of three smaller ones but they are all connected by a sandbank, which offers an unbroken stretch of clean white sand. Over on the west side the island there are fabulous corals. 
Next you will head out to Koh Tao, which actually means Turtle Island where lunch will be served. The island gets this name because it is shaped like one, or so people say! It is also one of the most scenic places for diving and snorkelling in the Gulf of Thailand, especially along Aow Leuk or Leam Tien beaches – one of which will be visited on the day(subject to weather and water conditions). 
 
Where better than to learn the art of Thai cooking than in Thailand in this half-day class, which includes hotel transfers and lunch, during which you’ll learn how to prepare, cook and serve four delicious authentic Thai dishes! 
Learn the delicious art of Thai cooking in its country of origin with this half-day cooking class which includes lunch and hotel transfers. 
Learn how to prepare and cook four delicious authentic Thai dishes. No previous cooking skills are required, just join the class, enjoy the experience and take home something that can’t be bought in a souvenir shop – a talent for cooking Thai meals like a native! 
Learn the delicious art of Thai cooking in its country of origin with this half-day cooking class which includes lunch and hotel transfers. 
 
During this full-day tour, which includes a delicious restaurant lunch, you’ll visit Damnoen Saduak, Thailand’s best-known floating market followed by a visit to the famously beautiful Rose Garden for an excellent cultural show and demonstrations of elephants at work. 
Bustling, colourful floating markets are one of the first things you think of when you picture Thailand, and the most famous of these is the Damnoen Saduak market. 
Enjoy a leisurely drive passing rice paddies and salt fields en route to the market which lies around 100km from the centre of Bangkok. 
Board a long-tail boat for a journey along the canal to the market, where you’ll see the colourfully-clad merchants as they paddle along the congested waterways in their sturdy canoes laden with fresh fruit and vegetables. 
Lots of chatter, activity and bargaining is common and all part of the fun, although you may not haggle down more than a few baht. 
Next, you’ll visit the nearby Rose Garden for a delightful restaurant lunch (included) overlooking the river. 
After lunch, explore the beautiful gardens before enjoying the excellent show at the Thai Village. 
Sit back, relax and enjoy representations of all aspects of Thai life which may include Thai dancing, a wedding ceremony, monk ordination ceremony, sword and long-pole fighting, kick-boxing and fingernail dancing. 
Before returning to Bangkok, enjoy the last spectacle of the day with a demonstration of elephants at work. 
Important: If you would like to experience a boat journey around the market, this will have to be added locally at a charge as its not included in this tour. 
 
Journey back into recent history on this day trip to the River Kwai and its famous bridge. One of the most exciting parts of this tour is the train journey itself, which travels along the death railway and culminates in a long tail boat ride along the Kwai Noi River. 
The River Kwai lies in Kanchanaburi province to the west of Bangkok, an agricultural area filled with rice paddies and sugar cane and pineapple plantations. 
The bridge itself, along with the beginning of the ‘Death Railway’, lies 2km outside the town and acts as a poignant reminder of those that lost their lives here when they were forced into labour during WWII. 
A long-tailed speedboat will take you along the river to the famous bridge where you have time to explore at leisure. 
A ride along the railway and lunch are followed by a visit to the JEATH war museum and an Allied War Grave cemetery before the return to Bangkok city. 
 
After a busy day spent exploring the vibrant and bustling city why not indulge in a relaxing dinner cruise enjoying some of the city's famous sights from the river which is the lifeblood of Bangkok. 
Spend the evening on-board one of Bangkok’s most luxurious restaurant boats and cruise down the amazing Chao Phraya River. 
Dine on a variety of tempting Thai dishes as you glide past some of Bangkok’s most significant sights including as the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), the Grand Palace and much more! 
 
During this full-on, full-day tour, which includes hotel transfers, you’ll head to an elephant camp, see these magnificent beasts perform incredible feats of strength and skill, enjoy an elephant trek through the jungle, visit a Lisu hilltribe where you’ll have lunch, take a relaxing raft ride along the river and more! 
After being collected from your hotel, you’ll leave Chiang Mai behind and head 60km north to an elephant camp. 
Here you’ll have the opportunity to watch as these colossal beasts perform amazing feats of strength with surprising delicacy. 
Then it’s your turn to ride on an elephant, on a trek into the jungle through hanging creepers and past bamboo trees, up into a Lisu hilltribe village. 
The Lisu people were originally from Tibet and their villages are usually to be found high-up in the mountains at around 1,000 metres. 
Here you can enjoy a delightful local lunch (included) before heading to the river for a relaxing bamboo raft-ride. 
On the way back to Chiang Mai, you’ll stop at an orchid farm in Mae Sa which boasts year-round spectacularly colourful blooms. 
At the end of the tour, you’ll be dropped-off at your hotel. 
 
Spend a relaxing half-day snorkelling, sunbathing and exploring the pristine white-sand, palm-tree fringed beaches of four beautiful islands on this unmissable boat tour which includes lunch and hotel transfers. This is a very popular excursion and places go fast, so book now to avoid disappointment! 
After being collected from your hotel, you’ll head to the pier to board the speed-boat which will whisk you to your first stop, a secluded peninsular which is inaccessible by car – Phra Nang Beach, where you’ll have time to sunbathe, snorkel, swim or explore. 
Whilst here, you’ll also visit the islands’ famous limestone Princess Cave, a shrine created by local fishermen to appease the local mythical princess after which the cave was named. 
Back on the boat, your second stop is Tup Island, a beautiful tropical island with a pristine white-sand beach. Enjoy free time here and perhaps walk along the sand-spit causeway which will take you to a neighbouring island. 
Once back on board the speed boat, you’ll head to Chicken Island next, so named because of the shape of the limestone rock formation which juts out into the sea. There are excellent snorkelling opportunities here, the warm clear waters, rich with coral formations, inviting marine life of all kinds. 
Your final visit of the day is to Poda Island, which is laid out with bamboo plantations on one side and stunning rocky cliffs on another. Enjoy a delicious lunch on the beach before heading back to the pier, and from there, back to your hotel. 
This great value tour includes transfers to and from centrally located hotels, drinking water, fruit, a picnic lunch, life jackets, snorkel and mask and an English-speaking guide. 
Please be advised of an increase in the National Parks Entrance Fees (in Krabi only). Therefore, there will be an additional charge of approx. 200 Thai Baht per Adult and 100 Thai Baht per Child. Additional charges will be collected directly from clients/passenger during the tour. 
 
Spend the day canoeing with a skilled guide through the stunning Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park, home to dramatically beautiful limestone cliffs, sea caves, gorgeous beaches and ‘Hongs’ – fascinating cylindrical tidal lagoons discovered in the 1990’s which are only connected to the outside world via stalactite-filled tunnels. 
After being collected from your centrally located Phuket hotel, you’ll head to the Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park. 
You’ll spend the day canoeing in the park, which featured in the James Bond movie, ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’, led by an informative professional guide. 
In your time here, you’ll see the towering limestone karsts which jut straight out of the emerald green waters, visit dramatic sea caves and the ‘Hongs’ which were discovered in 1990, and visit some of the bay’s beautiful secluded beaches for swimming and snorkelling. 
At the end of the day, you’ll be returned safely to your hotel. 
 
This half-day safari takes you by Land Rover into the Chalong highlands where you’ll visit an elephant camp for a trek through the countryside, learn how rice is produced at a local farm, enjoy a ride on a cart pulled by buffalo, see how coconut milk is processed, indulge in a mouthwatering Thai buffet lunch and more! 
After being collected from your centrally located Phuket hotel, you’ll be taken by Land Rover into the Chalong Highlands. 
Your first stop is at an elephant camp, the only one of its kind in southern Thailand to have attained the Royal Thai government standard award. 
In your time here, you’ll learn more about elephant conservation from their mahout handlers and how you can do your bit to help, see how young elephants are trained and have the opportunity to touch these magnificent creatures and feed them their favourite snack of bananas. 
You’ll also trek on an elephant into the highlands enjoying magnificent views over Phi Phi Island and Chalong Bay along the way. 
Your next visit is to a local farmyard to learn how buffalo are still used to plough the rice fields. You’ll see how rice is harvested and de-husked and learn how the different varieties are produced. You’ll also have the opportunity to ride on a wooden cart pulled by buffalo before enjoying a refreshing cup of local coffee. 
Learn how spicy Thai jungle curry is made (sampling some along the way if you dare!) before seeing how coconuts are processed to create the oil and milk used widely in Thai cooking. 
Next, board a traditional wooden junk to explore Lone Island, the perfect vantage point to enjoy the stunning views of other islands in the chain which surround it. 
Finally, enjoy a delicious buffet lunch on the boat which includes a selection of Thai dishes suitable for all tastes. 
At the end of the tour, you’ll be returned safely in comfort to your hotel. 
 
This unmissable full-day tour takes you by speed boat to two of southern Thailand’s best known islands – Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Lay – where you’ll have time to snorkel, sunbathe, relax and enjoy a delicious lunch in the stunningly beautiful surroundings made famous in the Hollywood film, ‘The Beach’. 
After being collected from your centrally located Phuket hotel, you’ll be taken to board the speed boat and begin the scenic hour-long journey out to the Phi Phi Islands. 
During your time in Phi Phi Lay, the smaller of the two islands, you’ll visit Maya Bay which was made famous in the Leonardo di Caprio film, ‘The Beach’. 
Enjoy a delightful Thai lunch at a beachside restaurant and spend the rest of the day snorkelling, swimming or simply relaxing on the pristine white beaches of the islands. 
At the end of the day, you’ll be returned safely to your hotel. 
 
Perfect for those with limited time who don’t want to miss one of the most exciting experiences in Thailand – the opportunity to ride an elephant through the jungles and hills of Phuket! 
Learn more about Asian elephants and elephant conservation. Trek on elephant's back in beautiful, natural surroundings and admire the spectacular view over Chalong Bay. The elephants are well taken care of and well fed with their favourite fruits. This is the only Royal Thai Government certified Elephant Camp in the sounthern Thailand and without a doubt the best Elephant Trek in Phuket. 
During this very special outing, you’ll head to the jungles and hills of Phuket to enjoy a 50-minute trek on the back of a magnificent elephant – an unforgettable experience suitable for all ages. 
 
This must-do half-day tour takes you, as the name suggests, around the island of Koh Samui where you’ll see some of its beautiful beaches and visit many of its main attractions including the Namuang Waterfall, the Grandma and Grandpa Rocks, Nathon Town and more! 
Get a feel for the island of Koh Samui on this half-day guided tour which includes hotel transfers. 
During the tour, you’ll visit many of the island’s most beautiful beaches. 
Visit must-see places including the Grandma and Grandpa Rocks, the Namuang Waterfall, Nathon Town and to see the ‘Big Buddha’. 
This tour is perfect for those who don’t have much time to spare, but would like to see the main sights and attractions of the island 
 
Spend time in the rainforest at Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park on this full-day tour, which includes hotel transfers and lunch, during which you can take a dip in hot thermal springs, visit a rubber plantation, take a jungle walk, visit a rainforest temple and more! 
After being collected from your hotel, relax and enjoy the scenic journey to the Krabi Rainforest in Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park. 
Your first stop is at the park’s thermal spring pools whose natural mineral salts are believed to soothe tired and aching muscles. 
Next you’ll visit a rubber plantation where you’ll see how rubber is tapped and collected by local workers before being turned into latex sheets. 
Stretch your legs on a jungle walk through the rainforest next on a visit to Thung Theo, which, rich in bio-diversity, is the last remaining major lowland rainforest in Thailand. 
The aptly named Emerald Pool is your next destination, a beautifully warm, crystal-clear pool fed by a river which at 1-2 metres deep, is perfect for bathing. 
Your final stop on the tour is at the Tiger Cave Temple, or Wat Tum Seua, a unique forest temple with 1,000-year-old trees and caves. 
Spend time in the rainforest at Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park on this full-day tour, which includes hotel transfers and lunch, during which you can take a dip in hot thermal springs, visit a rubber plantation, take a jungle walk, visit a rainforest temple and more! 
After being collected from your hotel, relax and enjoy the scenic journey to the Krabi Rainforest in Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park. 
Your first stop is at the park’s thermal spring pools whose natural mineral salts are believed to soothe tired and aching muscles. 
Next you’ll visit a rubber plantation where you’ll see how rubber is tapped and collected by local workers before being turned into latex sheets. 
Stretch your legs on a jungle walk through the rainforest next on a visit to Thung Theo, which, rich in bio-diversity, is the last remaining major lowland rainforest in Thailand. 
The aptly named Emerald Pool is your next destination, a beautifully warm, crystal-clear pool fed by a river which at 1-2 metres deep, is perfect for bathing. 
Your final stop on the tour is at the Tiger Cave Temple, or Wat Tum Seua, a unique forest temple with 1,000-year-old trees and caves. 
This great value tour includes transfers to and from centrally located hotels, drinking water, fruit, a picnic lunch, entrance fees and an English-speaking guide. 
 
Head to the fabulous Phi Phi Islands by speedboat on this full-day tour, which includes lunch, hotel transfers and snorkelling equipment, and spend the day swimming, snorkelling and exploring stunningly beautiful tropical beaches and caves made famous in the Leonardo Di Caprio film ‘The Beach’! 
After being collected from your hotel, you’ll head to the pier to board the speed-boat which will stop at the first of the islands - Bamboo Island – for swimming and snorkelling. 
Your second stop is at Hin Klarng, Phi Phi’s top open-sea snorkelling reef and the spot where the most coral fish are to be found. 
Monkey Beach is your next destination, a beautiful well-sheltered bay home to marine life of all kinds and, occasionally, beach monkeys (hence the name). 
At your next stop, Tonsai Beach, you’ll stop for a delicious lunch at a beachside restaurant. Enjoy free time here for shopping and relaxing before moving on. 
Upon arrival at Viking Cave, your next stop, you’ll be given a brief tour of the cave itself which is daubed with ancient wall paintings and the spot where bird’s nests are collected for soup. 
Phi Leh Bay is your sixth stop on the tour, a gorgeous lagoon hidden by limestone cliffs on all sides. 
Lohsamah Bay offers great snorkelling in its calm, shallow waters off a small, quiet white-sand beach. 
Your final stop is Maya Bay where you’ll have time to relax and soak up the stunning scenery made famous in the film ‘The Beach’ starring Leonardo Di Caprio. 
This great value tour includes transfers to and from centrally located hotels, drinking water, fruit, a picnic lunch, life jackets, snorkel and mask and an English-speaking guide. 
Please be advised of an increase in the National Parks Entrance Fees (in Krabi only). Therefore, there will be an additional charge of approx. 200 Thai Baht per Adult and 100 Thai Baht per Child. Additional charges will be collected directly from clients/passenger during the tour. 
 
Spend a relaxing day snorkelling, sunbathing and exploring Phang Nga Bay and Hong and James Bond Island and explore the pristine white-sand, palm-tree fringed beaches on this unmissable boat tour which includes lunch and hotel transfers. This is a very popular excursion and places go fast, so book now to avoid disappointment! 
An alternative way to explore Phang Nga Bay is by speedboat for a faster ride in comfort and style. On this tour you will explore Hong Island and visit James Bond Island as seen in the movie “A Man with the Golden Gun”. 
Ride through Grotto Caves and navigate among the labyrinthine of one of the largest mangrove swamps in the country. 
Enjoy a great lunch on Panyi Island (Sea Gypsy Village), snorkelling in crystal clear water swimming and relaxing or just plain old fashion sunbathing in secluded islands. 
This great value tour includes transfers to and from centrally located hotels, drinking water, fruit, a picnic lunch, life jackets, snorkel and mask and an English-speaking guide. 
 
Get to know Bangkok on this delightful and relaxing afternoon cruise. Witness the local life in the ‘Venice of the East’ as you sail along the small canals on a long tail boat, then board a converted rice barge to travel back down the river with views of The Wat Arun, the Grand Palace, the Royal Barges and more! 
A long tail boat ride will take you along the small canals of the river, where local life exists as it has for centuries. 
Later you’ll join a converted rice barge for a leisurely cruise back down the river. 
Enjoy refreshing soft drinks and fresh fruit as you travel along the river enjoying a grandstand view of some of Bangkok's most famous sights including the Wat Arun (the ornate Temple of Dawn), the Grand Palace and the Royal Barges. 
 
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