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Sale period: Now till 15 September 2023
Travel period: 01 October 2022 to 30 September 2023

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Tourcode: THH6LI

·         Return economy airfare by Singapore Airlines
·         Return airport Transfer based on private car
·         5-night accommodation at choice of hotel with daily breakfast
·         Sightseeing as per program

-          All applicable airport taxes and surcharges, visa fee (if required), food & beverages and all personal expenses not included in the itinerary
-          Compulsory tipping of $20 per passenger for tour guide and driver (payable in Bangkok)

NOTE: Tour is conducted in English Speaking unless otherwise specified. Chinese Speaking Guide available at additional of $300 per trip.
Lunch /Dinner
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Bangkok. Upon arrival, be met and take a leisure drive to Hua Hin. Make a stop at a Salt Farm that is nested along Samut Songhkram. See a traditional salt storage, learn how salt is made and get to bag home salt products made by the locals. Thereafter, enjoy an authentic Thai home-cooked lunch made from fresh seafood, salt and a rare vegetable. Proceed to visit a Bird nest farm before we end the day with shopping spree at a Hua Hin Night Market.
Start your photography journey this morning with a visit to Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park and is one of Hua Hin’s best kept secrets. Witness a landscape of incomparable contrasts with intriguing caves filled with impressive stalagmites, stalactites and temples. Take a hike through the dense forests, mangroves, rolling hillsides and coastline of the park which are home to a variety of small mammals. Here, keep your eyes peeled for dusky leaf monkey, crab-eating macaque, barking deer and the extremely rare Sunda pangolin. Make a stop at Khao Hin Lek Fai for a panoramic view of the royal resort city and its coastline. Get more at Old Train Station. Built in the reign King Rama VI, the design of this structure is undeniably attractive.
After breakfast, transfer to Bangkok. Enroute, visit the Mae Klong Railway Market, also known as Talad Rom Hoop Market that translates to Market Umbrella Pull down. Be amazed as you watch the vendors rushed to keep their produce away from the railway track when the siren sounds. Watch out for the incoming train! Next, discover a small Buddhist shrine inside roots of big banyan trees. Wat Bang Kung was built during the Ayutthaya Period which is about 200 hundred years ago and has been honoured as the Unseen Thailand. Make a visit to Honey Factory where you can buy affordable honey products before enjoying your dinner at Chocolate Ville, a themed restaurant filled with European village ambiance, almost comparable to a theme park.
Breakfast/Thai Street Food Lunch/Dinner
Today, visit Rattanakosin Bangkok Old Town Area that is surrounded by rivers such as the Chao Phraya River. Here, takes a glimpse at Victory Monumement, Grand Palace, Jittalada Palace, Giant Swing and Bangkok Metropolitan area. Enjoy shopping spree at ICONSIAM. Bangkok’s newest shopping mall with 500 stores and over 100 restaurants. After lunch, experience our glass trays at the height of 310 meters from the 78th floor at. Mahanakorn Skywalk. Take an IG perfect photo by standing on Bangkok’s glass tray with a bird eye’s view of the beautiful skyline below. End the day at Ong Ang Walking Street, enjoy street performance and get to snack at unique Thai street food with the variety of food stalls lining up.
After breakfast, go on for shopping spree or indulge in rejuvenation pampering time with Thai spa or massage at own expenses.

Accommodation: Local 4-star The Berkeley / Centara Watergate Pavilion or similar
After breakfast, free at leisure until transfer to Airport for your flight home.

Hotel check-out time is 1200hrs
Travellers need to do their own check-in at Bangkok airport.  
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.