Royal Grand & Emerald Buddha Palace: is the most important landmark in Bangkok, and are most frequently visited by foreign tourists as well as the local Thai people. It is famous for its impressive architectures and buildings. In the same compound, situated the Wat Phra Kaew which houses the most revered Emerald Buddha (Phra Kaew Morakot), carved from a single block of jade.
Coral Island is the best known out of a group of small islands a few miles off the coast of Pattaya. It is popular with day visitors who want to spend a day on a wide sandy beach and do some snorkeling. An island well known to Thai and foreign visitors for its tranquil surroundings, beautiful beaches, glass-clear waters and extensive coral. Coral Island is a lovely spot catering to all kinds of tourists. Whether you want to laze around on the island’s soft, white sand, or get more lively and play a few water sports is up to you.
Tiger Zoo: It boasts to contain the largest number of Bengal tigers, bred successfully by the farm itself. Besides, the zoo has several other animals such as crocodiles, ostriches, single hump camels, kangaroos and an aviary of exotic birds. Exciting shows are Crocodile wrestling, Kenya aerobics,
Amazing Circus and Pig Racing.
Starting five years ago Sri Racha Tiger Zoo became the biggest zoo of its kind in the entire world providing a home for over 200 of this big and powerful animals. Set up in a beautiful natural atmosphere approximately 30 km outside of Pattaya the zoo is undoubted one of the best day attraction in the Eastern Seaboard, While tigers are the main reason for the majority of the visitors.
Safari World: Located in Min Buri, just north of Bangkok, Safari World is an 800,000 square metre complex comprising a Safari Park and a Marine Park. The drive-though Safari Park is inhabited by a range of African and Asian animals living in a natural habitat on show to visitors. The Marine Park offers visitors regular dolphin and seal performances that are extremely entertaining for children. This is an all day event – it’s out of Bangkok so however you decide to get there, it’s going to take you a while. There’s also a lot for children to see and do so don’t expect to get off lightly – the kids will drag you round this place all day!
Dream World is a theme park which caters to both young and young at hearts ???? Most of the people who visit this place are students and families. One huge complex with lots of fun rides to try..eat your heart out with the food stalls which u can find within the park.
Exciting animal shows and human stunts can be seen on scheduled time.
You can take a cable car if you are tired of walking.You can go from one end to another by taking this fun cable ride. Parade of mascots are being held at the major road within the park every afternoon. Additonal attraction is their Snow Land..you can try their ice giant slide but i have to remind you of the long queue.You have to wait for 20-30 minutes to have your turn but its worth the wait.
Floating Market, Rose Garden & Elephant Show: Experience the world’s most unique shopping excursion—a trip to Damnoen Saduak floating market.
From Bangkok, it’s a beautiful 109-km (68-mile) drive to Samut Songkram province for a glimpse at the timeless lifestyle of Thais who live along the canals at Damnoen Saduak. Even though they live on the water, they are farmers in a naturally fertile area, using the canal for water to irrigate and as transportation.
The next stop is the Sampran Elephant Ground and Zoo, featuring a crocodile wrestling show that will take your breath away. You’ll be entertained by demonstrations of elephants at work and at play, even dancing and playing football. An exhibition of combat in ancient Siam shows how elephants were used dressed in full battle gear.
To put the finishing touch on a perfect day, your tour will stop at The Rose Garden, 75 exquisite acres of landscaped tropical gardens and lawns around a small jewel of a lake. The Thai Village Culture Show is offered every afternoon with a fascinating cross section of Thailand’s culture, heritage, and way of life, including dances, ceremonies, ritual, sports, and handicrafts.