Bangkok Stopover Itinerary

From markets to monuments and pad thai to promenades, this short but sweet Bangkok city tour is jam-packed with sights. It's the ultimate 3-day adventure.

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    • TTAP
    • Total twin price tool tip
      USD $290
      CAD $310
      AUD $320
      EUR €220
      GBP £190
      NZD $380
      ZAR R2,910
      CHF FR275
    • Total single price tool tip
      USD $495
      CAD $530
      AUD $550
      EUR €380
      GBP £330
      NZD $650
      ZAR R5,005
      CHF FR470
    • Short Breaks
    • Original
There is a later version of this trip also available for travel from Jan 1, 2015 to Dec 31, 2015. View later Bangkok Stopover.
Tuk Tuks

Noodles, Bangkok

Beautiful smile, Bangkok

Day 1

Explore the capital of Thailand and perhaps choose to take a luxury night cruise along the Chao Phraya River, passing by many of Bangkok's most iconic sights. Perhaps take a walk past the Grand Palace, enjoy an invigorating Thai massage or grab some bargains in the tourist haven of Khao San Road.
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Day 2

Board a tuk-tuk and set off on an adventure tour through the animated streets of Bangkok. Call by the Amulet Market, see the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, head into the heart of Little India with a visit to the Pahurat Market and shop for antiques at the Thieves Market. After a visit to the Golden Mount and a lazy lunch, head to Chinatown to discover a wealth of interesting stalls dotted around the quarter. When the sun sets, head to a night market where almost anything can be bought and sold - including bizarre snacks like deep-fried tarantula! The final stop of the day is Pakklong Talad, Bangkok's largest wholesale flower and vegetable market.
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Day 3

Set off on a cycling tour to explore some of Bangkok's treasures. Cross over the famed Rama VIII Bridge, pedal along the waterways of Bangkok Noi, ride past the King's royal barges and drop in to see the spectacular Wat Arun. Cycle back through the city via Memorial Bridge and see Wat Suthat and the giant swing Sao Ching-Cha, which is said to represent the God Shiva. Maybe cap off the perfect Bangkok stopover with dinner or drinks atop one of the city's many skyscraper restaurants and marvel at the lights of the seemingly endless urban sprawl - and ponder when you can next come back!