Tours to Inspirational Thai Artisans

Thailand has many historic places which are well worth visiting. Some, like the Sanctuary of Truth are monuments to Thai Artistry. Others, like the Bridge over the River Kwai are a sober reminder of the horrors of war, while Ayutthaya will simply amaze you. Modern creative artists abound as well.

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Ayutthaya Temples & Palaces Tour (Code:1100)

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya was the capital city of Siam for 417 years and the first European traders considered it to be the finest city in the world. You can wander through the grounds of the Summer Palace and then through ruins of the main temples in Ayutthaya itself. More...
Price for Two: 10,000 Thai Baht
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Sanctuary of Truth & Jomtien Beach (Code:1110)

The Sanctuary of Truth is constructed in traditional Thai style using wooden pegs instead of nails and is the first stop on this tour. From there we'll drive to the view point overlooking Pattaya Bay before settling into the beach chairs at Jomtien for the afternoon. More...
Price for Two: 10,400 Thai Baht
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Floating Market & Human Bakery (Code:1115)

This tour celebrates the artistic skills of one of Thailand's up-and-coming artists, Kittiwat Unarrom, who uses the medium of dough to create very lifelike 'Human Bread'. We'll also visit Aksa Road, the Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak and Phra Prathom Jedi. More...
Price for Two: 8,600 Thai Baht
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Floating Vineyards Tour (Code:1114)

The Floating Vineyards in Samut Sakorn Province are planted on little rectangular isles which are separated by canals, giving the impression that the whole vineyard is floating. White wine is produced from Malaga Blanc grapes & red from Pokdum. Siam Winery is our first stop for a tour & tasting. More...
Price for Two: 9,400 Thai Baht
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Floating Market & Jim Thompson's House (Code:1401)

This is the original floating market and probably the most photographed spot in Thailand. Your boat will take you through the maze of canals including the main market area. Back in Bangkok, Jim Thompson's house is the finest example of Thai architecture in the Kingdom. More...
Price for Two: 9,800 Thai Baht
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River Kwai Bridge Hellfire Pass Tour (Code:1502)

The Bridge over the River Kwai was immortalised by the French author Pierre Boulle and made into a major movie. The bridge covers eleven spans and was brought in pieces, by the Japanese all the way from Java to be reconstructed here. Partly destroyed by Allied bombing, it was repaired after the war. More...
Price for Two: 9,200 Thai Baht
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Candle Festival Ubon Ratchathani Three Day Tour (Code:3103)

The Candle Festival is held each July in Ubon Ratchathani to celebrate the beginning of Buddhist Lent or Khao Phansa. Giant candles are carved from wax and floated through the city in elaborate parades covering three days. There's lots of singing and dancing. It's great fun for all. More...
Price for Two: 42,000 Thai Baht
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Ayutthaya and Aranyik Sword Village Tour (Code:1102)

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya was the capital city of Siam for 417 years and is now a World Heritage Site. After a wander through some of the temples in the Ancient City we'll head out to Aranyik Village where craftsmen have been creating the finest weaponry for hundreds of years. More...
Price for Two: 10,000 Thai Baht
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Ayutthaya Temples and Canals Tour (Code:1101)

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya was the capital city of Siam for 417 years and is now a World Heritage Site. After a wander through some of the temples in the Ancient City we'll take a longtail boat around the island to see some of the places only accessible from the water, including the Elephant Kraal. More...
Price for Two: 10,000 Thai Baht
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