Amphawa Thai Venice - City of kings on the water.
Prices: 3000 /2000 (children under 14) baht.
The program is conducted from two people on any day.
- From 9.00 to 21.30 from Bangkok
- From 7.30 to 22.30 from Pattaya.
Included: transfer and meals according to the program, guide, all tickets.
Take with you: money, photo-video, hat.
A short program of the excursion Amphawa Thai Venice
- Dragon Temple in Bangkok - Wat Sam Phran
- Damnoen Saduak, the largest floating market in Southeast Asia, boat trip.
- Drop-down umbrella market. (The most dangerous train in the world).
- Sightseeing tour of the historical quarters of the city of Amphawa.
- Delicious lunch at a cozy national restaurant in Amphawa city.
- Monastery Wat Ban Kung (Thai boxing).
- Tasting the Elixir of Power from an ancient ficus that grew above the chapel.
- Monastic mini-zoo of animals saved by monks, we feed animals (there are even camels in the zoo).
- Evening boat trip, fireflies flickering on the coastal bushes! Nature miracle!
Details about all points of the excursion Amphawa Thai Venice
Dragon Temple Wat Samphan
Unusual and mysterious building in Bangkok. 17-storey pink tower 80 meters high. She is wrapped around a huge beautiful green dragon.
It's a place of worship, but it doesn't meet the general Thai design standards that usually separate an area dedicated to the Buddha and a monk's residence. Rumor has it that a religious sect lives on the upper floors of the tower.
This is a unique and truly extraordinary temple, surrounded by secrets. The view from the top is breathtaking and worth the climb.
Damnoen Saduak Market.
Thailand's most unique, vibrant and lively floating market, an hour west of Bangkok. Tourists have fond memories and captivating photos of the century-old floating market. You will come across scenes of bustling commerce, sweet scents and the daily life of the locals.
Market of drop-down umbrellas Mae Klong.
The story tells that in 1905 there was a free local market at this place where people could buy and sell. And then a railroad was laid through this market and everything had to change, but people remained to trade on the tracks.
As the train chugs through the quaint market, everyone hurriedly rolls up their goods and sheds, then puts them back out as the train leaves. This happens several times a day!
Tree Temple - Wat Bang Kung
A temple hidden in the roots of a banyan tree. It is said to have been built during the Ayutthaya period in 1765.
The temple itself is small and simple, but there is real natural beauty and a sense of serenity.
Amphawa is a city built on water.
Amphawa is located just 1.5 hours drive from Bangkok, instead of streets there are canals. The most authentic city in Thailand. Amphawa used the river as a daily market and many wooden houses were built along this river to make it easier for people to trade by boat.
Evening boat trip.
Time to board a traditional Thai long tail boat and take a tour through the narrow channels to the Maeklong River. See luscious green mangroves, stilt houses, Thai temples and plenty of coconut trees. See fireflies and experience local daily life.
Similar to Amphawa Thai Venice, the Thai Express tour.