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Bangkok

Explore Bangkok in luxury, starting off with a private helicopter ride to the hotel. Try the best cuisines in Bangkok and learn Thailand’s most popular martial art, Muay Thai. See the historical spots in the city via a luxurious vintage car and taste more delicious Thai cuisine. It’s an exclusive experience that’ll be cherished for the years to come.

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TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

Tour Highlights for Luxurious Bangkok
Muay Thai lesson with  a champion

Muay Thai lesson with a champion

 Learn Muay Thai from a renowned Muay Thai fighter

Taste Bangkok’s best dishes

Taste Bangkok’s best dishes

Visit the trendiest culinary destinations and try out the best cuisines in Bangkok

Explore historical Bangkok

Explore historical Bangkok

Go around some of Bangkok’s most historical sites such as the Royal Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha

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ITINERARY

Luxurious Bangkok - 4 Days / 3 Nights

DAY 1 - Bangkok ArrivalMealsMEALS [D]

Exo TravelBangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport – The Peninsula Hotel (36 km): approx. 1 hr

Arrive in Bangkok with a private greeting at the aircraft door before entering the terminal area. A VIP escort will be waiting to fast track the immigration process, with luggage assistance all the way. After being escorted through customs, ride a private helicopter to Suvarnabhumi Airport. Check in the luxury Peninsula Hotel, located by the Chao Phraya River.

Note: The helicopter will only operate in daytime hours. Nighttime arrivals will be transferred by private limousine.

In the evening, ride a tuk-tuk trip with a police escort to head towards Sirocco. Located on the 63rd floor of the Lebua at State Tower Hotel, Sirocco is the world's highest al fresco restaurant and one of Bangkok's most coveted venues. At Sirocco, enjoy a wonderful dinner with a cool cocktail, while soaking up the glittering night view of Bangkok, overlooking the Chao Phraya River.

Overnight in Bangkok.

DAY 2 - BangkokMealsMEALS [B|L|D]

After breakfast at the hotel, meet the private guide at the hotel lobby and be taken to the special vehicle. The vintage classic car drives through the old town of Bangkok, passing through Ratchadamnoen Avenue towards the Royal Grand Palace, which has been the seat of Thailand's revered Royal family for more than two centuries. Explore this spectacular complex of palaces, temples and museums and learn about the history of the Royals. Before leaving, pay a visit to the Emerald Buddha image, one of Thailand’s most sacred statues.

After morning sightseeing, continue the vintage car ride to The House on Sathorn for lunch. Bangkok's latest culinary destination and one of the most recognisable landmarks of Bangkok, this restaurant is set in a restored heritage building next to W Bangkok hotel. It aims to offer unique cuisine, unparalleled service and a one-of-a-kind experience in a luxurious yet comfortable and friendly environment. Transfer back to the hotel by the vintage car.

In the evening, continue to the Metropolitan Hotel for dinner at Nahm, which was ranked 22nd in a list of the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants”. At Nahm, Thai cuisine is showcased using some of the best market-fresh produce in the world, all carefully put together by Executive Chef David Thompson and his experienced team. Standout dishes feature rare ingredients from all regions of Thailand.

Overnight in Bangkok.

DAY 3 - Bangkok MealsMEALS [B|L|D]

After breakfast at the hotel, the morning is free at leisure.

Eat lunch at the hotel.

After lunch, meet with the guide at the hotel lobby and be taken to Southpaw Thai Boxing by Galaxy Gym, located in downtown Bangkok. Here, a Muay Thai champion, who has years of experience on both Thai and international boxing stadiums, will give a professional Muay Thai training lesson. After a one hour session, go back to the hotel.

In the early evening, embark on a private luxury speedboat right at the hotel’s pier and transfer to Chakrabongse Villa (Closed on Mondays) for a luxury dinner and privatised Joe Louis puppet show. Chakrabongse Villa is a former royal residence located right by the Chao Phraya River, featuring a colonial house with a nice garden.

Overnight in Bangkok.

DAY 4 - Bangkok Departure MealsMEALS [B]

Exo TravelThe Peninsula Hotel – Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (36 km): approx. 1 hr

Have breakfast at the hotel before checking out. Be transferred to the airport in a private, air-conditioned luxury vehicle for the onward flight.

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HOTELS & Details

Our services include:

  • 3 nights accommodation at The Peninsula Hotel
  • Helicopter transfer from Suvarnabhumi Airport to The Peninsula, including VIP fast track
  • Meals as mentioned (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
  • Luxury service of English-speaking guide
  • Tours and transfers by a private luxury vehicle
  • Grand palace tour, by a vintage car, Mercedes Benz W123 230E Year 1987 or Volkswagen Golf Mk1 Cabriolet Year 1980
  • 1 hour Muay Thai training lesson
  • Private speedboat transfers between the hotel and Chakrabongse Villa
  • Private Joe Louis Puppet Show at Chakrabongse Villa
  • Entrance fees for mentioned visits

OUR SERVICES DO NOT INCLUDE:

  • Other meals than mentioned
  • Other services than mentioned
  • International and domestic flights
  • Laundry, telephone calls and expenditures of personal nature
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • All prices are net and include government tax and any service charges.
  • Please check our FIT booking conditions in EXO Travel website's travel trade section at
    http://traveltrade.exotravel.com/booking-conditions
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