Enjoy a panoramic city sightseeing drive of Bangkok, including the Jessadabordin Ground, where you will see a beautiful, Thai styled, open pavilion. You will also be able to view the Golden Stupa Mountain Temple, the Radchanadda Temple, the Old Fort and City Wall.
Enjoy a drive past the Monument of Democracy, Sunday Ground, the Grand Palace, the City Pillar, Ministry of Defence and the Reclining Buddha Temple, before visiting the Suthat Temple.
The Suthat Temple is noted for its impressive murals, intricately designed doors and a 26 foot tall Buddha image. View the Giant Red Swing, some 49 foot high, which men used to catch bags of gold with their teeth during a Hindu ceremony.
Stop for photographs at the beautiful Marble Temple, drive by the Chitlada Palace, home to the much-loved King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit, and enjoy some shopping at a local store.
An international and Thai style buffet luncheon will be served at a leading hotel.
This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. It is mainly panoramic driving with visits to Suthat and Marble Temples only. There will be walking at both Temples and some steps. Photograph stops will be made where possible. The journey time to Bangkok is approximately 2½ hours. There is a strict dress code for visiting temples in Bangkok and you will be refused entry if not appropriately dressed. Please wear tops with sleeves and full length trousers or skirts. Shoulders, knees and ankles must be covered.