2D1N KHAO YAI PRIVATE TOUR (THB2KP)

Private tour
itinerary is not null

Sales period: 1 JAN – 15 OCT 2019
Travel period: 1 MAR – 31 OCT 2019

fr. SGD 298

Highlights

PACKAGE INCLUSIONS
1 Night accommodation in Khao Yai hotel with Daily Breakfast
2D private car with Thai speaking driver (up to 10hrs a day – inclusive of transfer time from Bangkok – Khao Yai v.v)

MODE OF TRANSPORT 
2-9 Paxs: Toyota Hiace or similar - WIFI on board

PACKAGE EXCLUSIONS
Visa fees, entrance fees, personal travel insurance, food and beverages, all personal expenses, and compulsory tipping SGD 5 per passenger per day

HOTEL CATEGORY
Option A: Local 3*
The Pino Hotel PakChong

Option B: Local 4*
Escape Khao Yai

Option C: Local 5*
Botanic Khao Yai
Option #1
DAY 1 ARRIVAL – BANGKOK – AYUTTAYA – KHAO YAI
Note: Check in hotel after 1400hrs
Upon arrival at Airport, transfer to Khao Yai. Enroute, visit Ayuttaya. Proceed to Bang Pa In that is summer palace formerly used as a by the kings of Thailand. There are numerous buildings within the complex, the Thai style Pavilion in a lake, Chinese style residence and a European style residence. It feels like you are stepping inside a time capsule as you take a leisure stroll around the palace. Next, head to Wat Mahathat that is located almost right in the centre of Ayutthaya. Apart from being one of the most important temples in the Ayutthaya Kingdom, it was also the residence of the leader of the Thai Buddhist monks. Continue exploring other temples such as Wat Yai Chai Mongkhol, Wat Ratcha Burana and Wat Chai Wattanaram.

Option #2
DAY 1 ARRIVAL – BANGKOK – KHAO YAI
Note: Check in hotel after 1400hrs
Upon arrival at Airport, transfer to Khao Yai. Take a leisure stroll in the quirky and quaint Tuscan Village, Primo Pizza. While shopping in this small village, it feels like you have been transported to the rural villages of Italy. You can also feed alpacas and merimos. Stop by the Chocolate Factory for yummy treats. This place is definitely a heaven for chocolate lovers. Next, head to The Bloom, a perfect place for your Instagram photos. This 100 acres flower garden consists of more than 30 species of winter flowers awaiting visitors all year round. If time permits, you can visit Khao Yai night market.

Breakfast
Option #1
DAY 2 KHAO YAI - BANGKOK (B)
This morning, experience milking cows, feeding sheep and cattle, Tractor ride, watch the cowboy show and many more at Farm Chok Chai. Do not forget to treat yourself to some delicious freshly made ice cream! Stop by the Chocolate Factory for yummy treats. This place is definitely a heaven for chocolate lovers. Take a leisure stroll in the quirky and quaint Tuscan Village, Primo Pizza. While shopping in this small village, it feels like you have been transported to the rural villages of Italy. You can also feed alpacas and merimos.

Option #2
DAY 2 KHAO YAI – BANGKOK (B)
This morning, experience milking cows, feeding sheep and cattle, ATV ride, watch the cowboy show and many more at Farm Chok Chai. Learn about the wine making process in PB Valley Khao Yai Winery, where Thailand’s premium wine is produced. Thereafter, transfer back to Bangkok. Before returning to the hotel, head over to Asiatique The Riverfront, a large open-air mall in Bangkok.
IMPORTANT NOTES:-
- For late arrival and/or early departure flights that fails to meet tour and meals on first and/or last day, no replacement or refund provided
- Bonus inclusion(s)/freebies, if any, are subjected to weather and unforeseen conditions
- No replacement or refund for any unused portion - Compulsory tipping for tour guide and driver- SGD5 per passenger per day
- Tour is subjected to changes without prior notice based on weather conditions
- Passengers are to advise flight details within 3 Days of booking
- All rooms and tours subjected to confirmation
- Hotels ratings are based on local terms
- No deviation of any passengers throughout the journey is allowed
NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.