10nt Bangkok + Hua Hin Twin-Centre
3 Nights Bangkok,7 Nights Hua Hin
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Holiday Highlights
  • Breakfast included at both hotels
  • Private transfers included in both places
Overview

This fantastic twin centre offer consists of 3 nights at the 4* Rembrandt Towers in Bangkok on a bed & breakfast basis then its 7 nights in the beach resort of Hua Hun where you will stay at the 5* Evason Hua Hin hotel on a bed & breakfast basis.

Bangkok is without doubt one of Asia’s most exciting and fascinating cities. Nothing can quite prepare you for the experience! Managing to successfully embrace both the ancient traditions of the East and the modern trends of the West, a Bangkok holiday or short break can comprise of an incredible mix of chaotic streets, trendy bars, floating markets, upscale shopping, astounding pollution, fantastic cuisine and cultural heritage.

Hua Hun is a fabulous beach resort , has golden sand beaches and a friendly atmosphere which will help you to enjoy your holiday. Spend 7 nights taking in the sights and sounds this wonderful beach resort has to offer.

A Thailand Twin centre holiday is a great way to see the very best of Thailand has to offer .

A twin centre holiday in Thailand is fascinating. Few countries in the world can offer such a diverse range of culture, history, natural wonder, excitement and outright indulgence and relaxation.

We are currently offering £200 OFF the normal price per person.

 

What's Included
  • Emirates Flights from London Gatwick
  • All airport fees & taxes
  • 3 nights 4* hotel accommodation in Bangkok at the Rembrandt Hotel & Towers
  • 7 nights 5* hotel accomodation in Hua Hin at the Evason
  • Breakfast included at both hotels
  • Private transfers included in both places

 

Itinerary

Day 1 London - Bangkok

Fly overnight direct from London to Bangkok with Emirates

Day 2 Bangkok

Arrive at Bangkok airport and join your private transfer to your hotel The remainder of the day is free to relax and unwind after your flight.

Day 3 Bangkok

When traveling to a new destination we encorage exploring and discovering.So why not book yourself one of the many trips/tours we have on offer for Bangkok.These are a great way of seeing the best Bangkok has to offer. These can all be purchased from The Internet Traveller before you travel saving you money and hassle when you get there. Please see the 'Things to do 'tab for all options.

We recommend doing the' floating markets of Bangkok' tour. See description below.

Start your day at the world famous floating market of "Damnern Saduak", which is located about 100 km southwest of Bangkok. There are countless floating markets throughout the country, many within a couple of hours of the capital. The colourfully clad merchants at these lively markets paddle along congested canals in sturdy canoes laden with fresh fruits and vegetables to sell to shoppers on the banks. There is a lot of chatter and activity - bargaining is common - that's all part of the fun - but don't expect to get the price down more than a few baht. From fruits and flowers to everyday needs, it leaves nothing to be desired, althought it is now somewhat over commercialized. You visit the lively market at itsbest, early in the morning, before the crowds arrive and the day's heat breaks. This is an exciting and fun way to see the local life and to go bargain hunting.

Day 4 Bangkok

Today you can explore Bangkok at your leisure and maybe visit the city’s temples or the Grand Palace. Take a trip to the Bridge on the River Kwai or even take a Thai Cooking class or travel around the city on a Tuk Tuk. There are also fabulous shops to grab those last minute bargains.

Day 5 Bangkok – Hua Hun

This morning you'll transfer to Hua Hun. Once you have checked-in to your Hotel in Hua Hin  the rest of the day is spent at your leisure.

Day 6 – 11 Hua Hin

Relax and unwind...... the rest of your time is at your own leisure so you can do as much or as little as you like. Your time can be spent by simply relaxing on the beach or sunbathing at the hotel’s pool or exploring the many sights of the area. Why not take a trip to one of the islands?  There are a variety of fishing, snorkeling or Island Safari trips that you can pre-book too. Why not also explore the many temples or beautiful waterfalls that the island of Koh Samui has to offer as well.

Day 12 Bangkok – London

This morning you transfer will pick you up and take you back to Bangkok airport ready for your flight home.

 

We are delighted to let you know about a number of excursions that we can offer which will not only save you up to 50% off the local ticket prices, but save you valuable time during your stay.

You can call us free of charge on 01737 646416 FREE  to book any of these trips & tours.

Bangkok

Damnern Saduak Floating Market, £35 per person – Hop into a narrow long-tailed speedboat and visit Damnoen Saduak, Thailand’s most famous floating market. These colourful, bustling floating markets travel along the canals in canoes laden with fresh fruit and vegetables to sell to shoppers on the banks. Join in the excitement and try your hand at bartering!

Bridge on the River Kwai, £49 per person – In this excursion you can get away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok and discover the famous bridge over the River Kwai, only 100 kilometres from the city. This trip will take you to the province of Kanchanabury, located to the West of Bangkok. Once there you will have the opportunity to visit the war cemetery where more than 9000 allied soldiers are buried as well as a reconstruction of a POW camp that also houses a museum. Discover the Bridge over the River Kwai, notorious for having built by allied POWs during the Second World War. Take a train across the river along the original “death railway” while you enjoy the views and spectacular jungle landscapes. Enjoy this popular and unrepeatable experience while a knowledgeable local guide provides a fascinating commentary about this famous and spectacular place.

Thai Boxing, £75 per person – Where better to watch the thrilling sport of Thai Boxing than in one of the two most-important boxing stadiums in Thailand’s capital of Bangkok! After being collected from your hotel, you’ll be taken to one of Bangkok’s two boxing stadiums where matches are held most nights. Muay Thai, or Thai Boxing, now a popular sport all over the world, begins with a special pre-fight ceremony to show respect for the fighters’ religion, their trainers and the sportsmanship involved. Once the match begins, the atmosphere inside the stadium becomes electric as opponents use every part of their body to kick, punch and fight their way to victory – all played out to the sound of gamblers shouting the odds on the winner and strident background Thai boxing music! At the end of the match, you’ll be returned safely to your centrally located Bangkok hotel.

Thai Booking Class in Bangkok, £59 per person – Thai cuisine is one of the country's cultural heritages and it is renowned internationally to be one of the best cuisines in the world. Spend only half a day to discover a true Thai taste that you will never want to miss and that you will be able to impress your friends with. You can enjoy the cooking lessons with traditional and practical Thai recipes in an ideal home-style learning environment. There are two sessions a day and in each session participants will learn 4 Thai dishes (one set menu). The price includes lesson fee, use of school's cooking utensils and all fresh and dry ingredients.

Grand Palace Tour, £29 per person – The Grand Palace, home to the Emerald Buddha, is the most important of all Thai monuments and a must-see when visiting Thailand. Built over two centuries ago, it was the residence of the Kings of Siam and its beauty must be seen to be believed! Book this tour in advance to ensure you don’t miss out. Take a tour of the Grand Palace, one of the most important Thai monuments, which was once the home of the Kings of Siam. This magnificent palace was built in traditional Thai style combined with European designs. Within the extensive Palace grounds is the Wat Phra Kaew, the most sacred and important of all Thai temples. This contains the most revered Buddha image in the country - the Emerald Buddha - which is made from one solid piece of translucent green jade. At the end of the tour, you’ll be dropped off at your centrally located Bangkok hotel.

Bangkok Waterways, £39 per person – Bangkok’s waterways are what earned it the title ‘Venice of the East’ and these ‘klongs’ provide the city’s lifeblood. On this exciting morning tour, enjoy a journey along the Choa Phraya River by motor boat to Thornburi where Bangkok was founded, and visit the Temple Wat Arun and the Royal Barges Museum. Hop into a motor boat which will whisk you along the Chao Phraya River to the klongs (canals) of Thornburi where Bangkok was founded. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of ordinary Thai people as they go about their day cooking in floating kitchens, purchasing goods from floating shops and living in the traditional manner along the riverbank. During the tour, you’ll visit the magnificent Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn). A Wat is a Buddhist religious where men and women can be ordained as monks or nuns. The tour also includes a visit to the Royal Barges Museum which houses the eight elaborately decorated long-boats which are used during royal ceremonial processions. At the end of the tour, you’ll be returned to your hotel.

Floating Markets and Bridge on the River Kwai, £59 per person – Discover two of Thailand’s most popular attractions on this full day experience from Bangkok, perfect for those who have limited time in Thailand’s capital. Your day commences with a scenic drive through sugar cane fields, rice paddies and pineapple plantations before embarking on an exciting long tail speed-boat ride to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, passing traditional stilt houses and scenes that have changed little over the centuries. Enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of the famous market where you will find hundreds of Thai style canoes laden with fruits, vegetables, sweets and meats. If you want to get really close to the action, your local Thai guide will help you organise a local boat ride through the markets (optional extra, payable locally).

Half Day Bangkok Temples Tour, £29 per person – Thailand is predominantly a Buddhist country with around 95% of Thai's practicing the Theravada discipline of Buddhism. Therefore on the streets of Bangkok it is not unusual to see monks walking along the road and it is no surprise that Thailand has over 26.000 Wat's (the local name for Temple). You cannot leave Thailand without taking this half-day tour and visiting three of the most significant temples in Bangkok renowned for their cultural values and Buddhist sacredness.

 

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