Discover the unique beauty of Bangkok Thailand Bhutan tour, gleaming temples and the magnificent Grand Palace with one of our specially picked sight-seeing tours. From the city’s most splendid temples to its evocative floating markets, Bangkok is a city to overload the senses. Streets are crowded by tuk-tuks (motorized tri-shaws) and the occasional elephant weaving through congested traffic. Entire families pile onto motorbikes while monks clad in bright orange robes patiently make their way through the crowds.
Another spectacular Himalayan Druk airline Bangkok to Paro flight brings you to the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan where you will feel time has moved back and find the gross happiness – the land of happiness. Explore the pastoral back roads of Bhutan, a true bastion of tradition in an uncertain world, where you find an independent people who have not rejected their ancient spiritual heritage for modern ways. you’ll visit the Shangri-La setting of the Paro Valley, the central Bhutanese town of Punakha, with its huge, spectacular monastery set by the river, and the capital city of Thimphu.
Attractions of Bangkok Thailand Bhutan tour
• In Thailand grand experience at Chatuchak a where world-class Shopping Malls – from the all-time favorite MBK to the wonderful Central World.
• Cycling Tours to marvel instant intimacy around beautiful scenery and rural villages life with tour of famous Buddhist temples.
• Observe the unusual and delightful animal acts at Sampran Elephant Ground &
• Zoo, Safari World or the Crocodile Farm.
• Trek to Tiger’s Nest Monastery ( Takshang Monastery ), explore Punakha, Thimpu and Paro valley
Flexible Itinerary of Bangkok Bhutan Tour
Day 01 Arrival in Bangkok Thailand – Join transfer from Bangkok airport to your hotel – Join dinner Cruise by Grand Pearl Cruise
Exotic and enchanting, kick off your discovery of Bangkok with a morning at the sights and attractions closest to its heart: The Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pho. The Combined City and Temples Tour is the perfect way to peruse these must-sees and just one of many half-day tours available. Indulge Bangkok’s eating experiences with lunch at a Thai restaurant, or if feeling adventurous some delicious street food. Once refueled, get refreshed with an afternoon shopping for designer labels and discount bargains in air-conditioned Shopping Malls like Siam Paragon, Central World or MBK. At night culture vultures take in an enriching spectacle like Siam Niramit, which packs all the history and grandeur of Siam into a spectacular stage show. If these sound too civilized, go discover why ‘one night in Bangkok makes a hard man humble’: peep through the curtains of Patpong market’s go-go bars while shopping for counterfeits, meet flamboyant boy-meets-girl creations at a Ladyboy Show, or check out just how a Thai Boxing match can be!
Day 02 – Bangkok Tours – Breakfast at the hotel – Join City & Temple tour (Half-day) – Accommodation
Begin your second day with another bout of city sightseeing. Teak houses and treasures like Jim Thompson’s House, insight into Thailand’s artistic and cultural heritage, one of many fascinating museums. There is so much to see. Bangkok used known as the ‘Venice of the East’, and, with trips like the Canals Route or Khlongs Tour, you can find out why. In the afternoon go for high-tea at one of the Riverside’s five-star Hotels. Radiating colonial charm, The Mandarin Oriental’s Authors Lounge is THE place to nibble cucumber sandwiches while admiring the Chao Phraya Rivers beautiful bustle. Maintain the river theme by ending your day with a Sunset Dinner Cruises past Wat Arun, one of the many exquisite religious and royal sights strewn along the ‘River of Kings’.
Day 03 – Bangkok Tour
– Breakfast at the hotel.
– Join Damnoen Saduak floaitng market with Rose Garden Tour (Full-day)
Dedicate your third day to more than inner city sights, to exploring Bangkok’s hidden secrets and beyond…
A day-trip to the ruins of Ayutthaya, the ancient Siamese capital destroyed by the Burmese, is highly recommended. Take an Ayutthaya River Cruise Tour and enjoy the scenery as you glide back into Bangkok and the modern age. If that doesn’t appeal, try Khao Yai National Park, Kanchanaburi’s famous River Kwai, or the picturesque Floating Market (available in our one-day Beyond the City tour section).
Damnoen Saduak floating market, Alternatively, why not see the floating market and then go for a cycle round the areas canals, fruit orchards and temples? Just one of many Cycling Tours, it’s a good way to see things at your own pace. Another option is a family outing to Samphan Elephant Zoo, Safari World or the world’s biggest Crocodile Farm (see Recreational Tours for more info).
Spend the rest of the afternoon getting pummeled and preened at one of Bangkok’s heavenly city or hotel spas. Once your Thai massage, has de-knotted your ailing muscles, head for dinner at one of the city’s world-class international restaurants (check our Tatler reviews section for dining recommendations).
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Day 04 – Bangkok Tour
Do some last gasp shopping at the world-famous and mammoth Chatuchak Weekend Market, home of last minute souvenirs, entire new wardrobe and endless funky knick-knacks. Kids won’t appreciate just how hot and heaving it can be, so take them to see the monkeys at Dusit Zoo or manta-rays in Siam Ocean World. Cinemas, bowling and karaoke are also great family options, and a given at every mall. For dusk try the satisfying greenery of Lumpini Park, where lots of locals come to escape the aggravating streets and workout at free aerobics classes. After that head to Chinatown, to wander winding backalleys, check out exotic commerce and try Birds Nest Soup. For a last night to remember, go party in the hip haunts of nightlife districts Silom, RCA or Sukhumvit (try Bed Supperclub for the ultimate space-age clubbing experience). If that’s a bit beneath you, head to Bangkok’s stratospheric rooftop venues for the ultimate in chic and cosmopolitan carousing. Try the 62nd floor of State Tower, where you can spot the city’s landmarks while sipping martinis at Sky Bar.
Day 05: Fly Bangkok to paro and drive to Thimpu (L/D)
Transfer to international airport to board flight for flight to Bhutan with Royal Bhutan Airline Druk air KB 131 or kb 127. After immigration and custom formalities, you are met and transferred to Paro, where you can eat lunch in a local tourist restaurant. Visit the National Musuem of Paro, before driving to Thimphu, which takes about 1.5hrs. Take rest in the hotel. Overnight in Thimpu
Day 06: Thimphu sightseeing. (B/L/D)
Thimphu sightseeing includes – visit to National Library, the priceless collection of Buddhist manuscripts and few English version books; Folk and Heritage Museum, which displays day to day livelihood of typical Bhutanese farmers in medieval period and their accessories; Late King’s Memorial Stupa, built for the world peace and Traditional Handmade Paper Factory; Painting School, which preserves our traditional paintings, sculpturing and wood curving; Majestic Tashichhodzong, which houses office for the king and the ministers and National Handicraft Emporium, the best place to look for souvenir from Bhutan. Evening free walk in Thimphu City. Overnight in Thimpu
Day 07: Thimphu – Punakha-Thimpu (148 Kms.) 7 hrs. (B/L/D)
After breakfast proceeds to Punakha across Dochula pass (3,100m). The pass offers the most spectacular view over the greater eastern Himalayas including highest peak of Bhutan. Enroute make short excursion about an hour to the temple of divine madman, also well known as the temple of fertility. It is fascinating to walk through villages and the rice fields. Arrive Punakha the capital city of Bhutan till 1955 and still the Je Khenpo, the Chief of Abbot resides there during the winter season. After lunch visit Punakha Dzong built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1638 and situated at the junction of Pho Chu and Mo Chu Rivers. Evening drive back to Thimpu. Overnight in Thimpu tiger nest, taktshang monastery, paro city tour, bhutan tours
Day 08: Thimphu – Paro (B/L/D)
Drive to Paro and Transfer to trail-head and begin your trek to Takstang (Tiger’s Lair) monastery, Bhuitan’s most famous sight. Your guide can arrange pony/horse for ride uphill till the Cafeteria, but one must be able to walk after that. A proper trekking boot or good walking shoes is necessary for this hike Those who choose not to hike can stay back with the driver and tour around Paro.
Overnight in Paro
Taktshang – Tiger’s Nest: Taktshang or ‘Tiger’s Nest’ as it is often referred to for Taktshang Pelphung monastery, is one of the most venerated and famous of Bhutan’s monasteries. It is located on the face of a 900m sheer cliff. An impressive and un-missable site, but accessible only by walk or to ride mules/pony. Taktshang was rebuilt by population of Tsento village. Again in April of 1998, a major fire destroyed the main structure of the building and its contents (some believe it to be arson). Reconstruction began in 2000 and was completed and consecrated after extensive efforts and financial support of Governments as well as donors.
Day 09: Paro – Bangkok flight (B)
Final Departure or extend your tour to Nepal or Tibet or India.
Land cost will be charged in USD Per Person and it covers the services mentioned below, for price please Ask Us Now, and please mention the standard of hotel which you want to use.
• Accommodation on twin sharing basis in listed Hotels in Bangkok in Thailand and Bhutan.
• Daily breakfast in the hotel in Thailand and full meals in Bhutan.
• All ground transfers and sightseeing by Private Car in Bhutan and Bangkok in Thailand
• English speaking local guides.
• Sightseeing admission fees.
• Bhutan tours permit and Bhutan visa
Cost does not Include
• Thailand Visa- apply in advance at home
• Bangkok – Paro/ Bhutan – Bangkok flight ticket (International fares are quoted separately)
• Meals other than indicated.
• Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, tipping, laundry, phone etc.
• All Lunches and dinners in Thailand.
• Extra expenses due to nature and unforeseen events such as flight delay, cancellation, trip interruption due to inclement weather, civil unrest etc.
• Emergency medical transportation.
• Travel insurance.
Visa and Permit
• Passport should be valid for 6 months more at the time of travel.
• Bhutan visa is pre-process by us we need to have your passport copy by scan and one photo graphs by scan
• Thailand visa is available at the airport.