Bangkok and Beyond

Bangkok is one of the world’s top tourist destination cities with approx 14m tourists visiting annually and ranks fourth in the world in cross-border spending. As the gateway of Thailand, for every international tourist, bangkok is a must-visit destination. But even beyond Bangkok, there are so many things to see and do which can be covered within a day of your visit to Bangkok.

Keeping in mind the interest of people, we have classified these tours into 4 travel themes as below which can be selected individually or as a group, totally customizable as per your needs.




Thailand has a long standing history for it’s architectural heritage and traditional beliefs. If you are a person looking for discovering the inherent cultural delights of Thailand, take our HERITAGE TOURs which provides unique opportunity to excavate all aspects of Thailand heritage and culture. Download the Heritage Tour Brochure for more details.

Where culture sprouts grandeur

No visit to Bangkok is complete without a trip to the dazzling Grand Palace, the city’s most famous landmark. Built in 1782, the Grand Palace of Bangkok is a stunning testament to the brilliant architectural and decorative skills of the Thai people. Also witness Thailand’s most sacred shrine – Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) – which contains the small and much revered Emerald Buddha. Download the Grand Palace brochure for more details.

Where a soul finds solace

Temples in Thailand are always an interesting option to explore Thailand and a ‘must-see’ attraction for people who want to learn about Thailand heritage and culture. You must see, the Phra Phuttha Maha Suwan Patimakon or the The Golden Buddha is the largest Gold statue of Buddha in the world. Take a tour to the Wat Pho, the oldest & largest temple, housing the largest reclining Buddha and the chedi of the Kings. Be marveled while visiting the Wat Benchambophit, a beautiful masterpiece made from Carrara Marble from Italy with ornate crossbeams decorated with lacquer and gold. Download the Temple Tours brochure for more details.

Where architects create history

It is nearly impossible for some one to see all the regions in Thailand in one single journey, but a tour of Muang Boran or the Ancient City makes it a reality. It offers a good coverage of Thailand in such a limited time-frame. Download the Ancient City brochure for more details.

Where Heritage defies time

The Ancient City was the former Thai capital for 417 years. The city used to prosper being head of dominant empire and the centre of trade between the East and European countries, such as Britain, France and Holland.
Recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Historic Ayutthaya temples are scattered throughout this once magnificent city and along the surrounding rivers.Download the Ayuthaya Tour brochure for more details.

Where culture personifies tradition

Thailand is one of the most intriguing Asian nations. It’s 700 years of captivating culture, customs and traditions are brilliantly captured in a 90 min production, the Siam Niramit Show.Take a journey through the enchanted Kingdom of Siam when you spend an evening at the spectacular Siam Niramit theater. Download the Siam Niramit brochure for more details.



When you travel with kids, you need to keep them involved by visiting such attractions that can provide them immense pleasure. Please check out these tours below which would channelize their energies through entertaining activities. Download the AMUSEMENT TOURS Brochure for more details.

Where animals & shows make your day

Visit Thailand’s most popular animal and theme park Safari World on a one day tour. Drive through the open zoo to observe and get up close to giraffes, zebras, lions, tigers to name a few. Following the open safari your day will continue with all the additional shows and attractions which makes Safari World so much more than just a zoo. Download the SAFARI WORLD Brochure for more details.

Where fun meets happiness

Dream World Bangkok is sheer paradise for kids. This American-style theme park is full of exciting entertainment – animal antics, adrenalin-pumping rides, fable and fantasy, water activities and more – all set in four fun zones. Download the DREAM WORLD Brochure for more details.

Where getting drenched is not an option

Siam Park is a huge recreational park. This water amusement park is a 30-minute drive east of the Lat Phrao flyover. A must-visit for those who love peace and serenity as well as water sports. It contains a man-made sea with artificial surf, whirlpools, fountains, waterfalls and towering slides. Its satellite attractions include a children’s playground, aviaries, an open zoo, a bird park and a botanical garden. Download the SIAM CITY PARK Brochure for more details.

Where instability arouses curiosity

Experience the color and fun of an authentic Thai market on this delightful tour.
Leave the city behind and travel through the rich farmland of Samut Songkram province. Board a boat for a ride through scenic waterways to the famous Floating Market of Ratchaburi. Download the FLOATING MARKET BROCHURE for more details.

Where marine life outlives

One of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia, Siam Ocean World spreads across an area of 10,000 square meters. It is housed on two floors, in the basement of Siam Paragon shopping mall of Bangkok. Download the SIAM OCEAN WORLD Brochure for more details.

Where challenge provoke intelligence

Scientifically it has been proved that Dolphins are one of the most intelligent and social animals, which like human closeness. It is quite enjoyable to see a fantastic show performed by these clever mammals whose skills and adorability will undoubtedly wow everyone, leaving the audience impressed and speechless. Download the SWIM WITH THE DOLPHINS Brochure for more details.



Where the moon beckons you with a smile

A cruise along the legendary Chao Phraya River is the most pleasant way to explore the city, which was earlier dubbed as the ‘Venice of the East’. Download the CHAOPHRAYA DINNER CRUISE Brochure for more details.

Where performance overtake illusions

Experience Bangkok’s exciting night life at the Calypso Cabaret Show at the Asiatique, The Riverfront in Bangkok. This spectacular show is performed by katoeys (transvestites) and all of them are extremely beautiful.Download the CALYPSO SHOW Brochure for more details.

Where fights overpower glory

MUAY THAI LIVE: THE LEGEND LIVES tells the untold stories of the origins and heroes of Muay Thai, spanning 300 years, from the past to present day. Come face to face with Muay Thai’s greatest heroes, from the Tiger King in Disguise to the Prisoner with Eight Limbs, to the Warrior of Broken Swords, and many more. Download the MUAY THAI Brochure for more details.

Where music rattles your hunger

Cooking Nanta is a nonverbal and comedy performance originally from Korea applicable for audiences at all ages and nationalities. Cooking Nanta is now the world famous show and the largest audiences of more than 1 million visitors around the world since 2006.Download the COOKIN NANTA Brochure for more details.



Where tigers walk the earth with humans

Tiger Temple Thailand, or Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua, is a Buddhist temple in Western Thailand which keeps numerous animals, among them several tigers that can be petted by visitors. Download the KANCHANABURI Brochure for more details.

Where nature reveal it’s secrets

Coral Island, or Koh Larn, is a picture-postcard island off the coast of Pattaya, about 45 mins boat ride to the destination. The popular day-trip destination is set up for underwater diving in the surrounding coral, glass-bottom boat tours and beachfront relaxing at one of several beaches on the island. Download the PATTAYA CORAL ISLAND Brochure for more details.

Where jumping takes back seat

Experience the beauty, magic and adventure of Thailand’s rainforest like never before! High in the the tree tops of a pristine national park, you’ll glide through the jungle canopy via 3 km (1.8 miles) of thrilling wire zip-lines, scenic sky bridges and adrenaline-inducing abseils. Download the FLIGHT OF THE GIBBON Brochure for more details.

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