Bangkok Sojourn
(4 Days / 3 Nights )

(minimum of 2 travelers)


US $540 per person
(double occupancy)

Single Hotel Supplement: $390


US $390 per person
(double occupancy)

Single Hotel Supplement: $240

“Krung Thep” – Thailand’s capital and this legendary Oriental city’s appropriate name, translates as the “City of Angels” – spiritual and symbolic as well as the physical heart of the nation and residence of the nation’s Royal Family.
Thailand’s capital is divided by the Chao Phraya River, the celebrated “River of Kings”. At first glance, the city gives an impression of a modern metropolis but a closer inspection reveals a magical eastern city concealed among high-rises and shopping centers.

The city of exotic temples and striking monuments was originally a small river trading post and was founded as the capital in 1782 by King Rama I. The canals which made Bangkok the “Venice of the East” offers a glimpse of their folkloric riverine lifestyles, affording an understanding of the character and history of this magnificent city. It has miraculously managed to preserve its cultural heritage to a remarkable degree in the midst of dynamic modern development.

The soaring roofs and gleaming spires of the Grand Palace and the city’s many historic temples – Temple of the Emerald Buddha and other evocative shrines – present the visitors with a picture of medieval Oriental wonder, the very stuff of Eastern fairytales. Within its monuments are treasures of the nation’s artistic and cultural endeavors typifying its land and its people.

Adding considerably to the enjoyment of Bangkok is the comfort and hospitality the city affords. The Thais have a time honoured tradition of gracious attentiveness and courtesy and Bangkok can justly claim some of the greatest hotels in the world including the legendary riverside Oriental Hotel featured in Bangkok Soujourn package.


Day 1 Arrive Bangkok
Upon arrival in Bangkok, you will be met and transferred to the world-renowned ORIENTAL HOTEL or PENINSULA HOTEL where you will be staying for three nights.

Day 2 Bangkok
This morning’s sightseeing includes a visit to the Grand Palace and the adjoining Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha image in Thailand. The Grand Palace enclave encompasses over a hundred buildings that represent 200 years of royal history and architecture. It also contains the Royal Thai Decorations and Coin Pavilion which features a permanent exhibition of royal regalia, decorations, medals and coins used in Thailand since the early 11th century. Afternoon at leisure. (B)

Day 3 Bangkok
Free day at leisure to enjoy the surroundings of this enigmatic city. There are several options including an excursion to the picturesque ruins of the ancient capital city of Ayutthya or to the floating market of Damnern Saduak with a Thai cultural show at the Rose Garden. (B)

Day 4 Depart Bangkok
Transfer to the airport for your flight out of Bangkok. (B)

Package price includes:

  • Arrival and Departure Transfers by Private Car
  • Superior river view room at the Oriental, twin share basis
  • American Breakfast daily at hotel (B)
  • Half Day Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Tour by private car
  • Applicable hotel taxes



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