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Continue by boat to Wat Prayun Wongsawat for a study of classic Thai architecture. See the typical structures of a Thai pagoda including an ordination hall, assembly hall, meditation hall, and library. At the centre sits an 80-metre high chedi surrounded by 18 smaller towers, creating a remarkable visual effect.
Next up is Turtle Mountain, also known as Wat Prayoon. This site highlights Thailand’s deep-rooted spiritual beliefs. Examine the spirit houses, small shrines that the locals believe house spirits of the deceased. Then continue to Wat Arun, an iconic riverside monument. Admire Wat Arun from afar, and see how it represents Mount Meru, the spiritual centre of Buddhist cosmology. After years of hiding behind scaffolding, the incredible ceramic inlays on the chedis are now visible for everyone to see again.
Travel into Bangkok Noi canal, a residential area filled with shop houses and local temples. Hear how this area was once a major trading route lined with impressive homes of aristocrats.On the way back to town make one last stop at Wat Cha Lo, a hidden temple that has an incredible mythical swan sculpture typically found on royal barges.
Our services include:
– Transportation with driver in an Air
-Conditioned VIP vehicle (Ventury only with maximum of 5 Guestsper van)
– Luxury service of English
-speaking local guide
– Entrance fees and activities where mentioned
– Drinking water during the tour
– Dessert: Thai Dessert 1 set from famous authentic Thai bakery Beverage: 1 coconut drink, 1 still water, 1 fruit juice
– Retro boat with comfort decoration and flower
Our services do not include:
– Other services than mentioned
– Gratuities, personal expenses, drinks, and other items
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