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Sydney to Singapore

Comfortable cabin accommodation, Full board cruising plus afternoon teas and late night snacks, Welcome and farewell Captain’s cocktail, Stylish entertainment, cabarets and popular classical…

24 February 2018 | 35 Nights
Cruise & Maritime Voyages : Columbus

Itinerary
Sydney, Australia, Yorkey's Knob (Australia), Darwin, Australia, Komodo Island (Indonesia), Manila, The Phillipines, Shanghai, China, Hong Kong, China, Phu My (for Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam, Ko…

from £2,439pp
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Singapore To Hong Kong

Spacious en-suite accommodation, A fantastic array of dining options, including the grand main dining room with flavours to suit every mood, A range of activities, from relaxing in the adults-only…

30 June 2018 | 9 Nights
Royal Caribbean International : Voyager of the Seas

Itinerary
Singapore, Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand, Ho Chi Minh City (Vung Tau), Nha Trang, Hue/Danang (Chan May), Hong Kong

from £11,519pp
Cabin type: Suite

Hong Kong to Bangkok

FREE flights included where applicable , FREE business class flights (in penthouse suites and higher on Europe voyages) , Wi-Fi throughout the ship for all bookings, Transfers between airport and ship…

01 March 2020 | 26 Nights
Regent Seven Seas Cruises : Seven Seas Voyager

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Hong Kong, Taipei (Keelung), Ishigaki (Sakishima Islands), Okinawa (Naha), Kyoto (Kobe), Miyazaki (Aburatsu), Nagasaki, Shanghai, Xiamen, Hong Kong, Hanoi (Ha Long Bay), Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City…


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Getting to know Bangkok


Grand Palace, Bangkok

Grand Palace, Bangkok

Blue Tuk Tuk, Bangkok

Blue Tuk Tuk, Bangkok

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Bangkok

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Bangkok

Demon Guardian Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok

Demon Guardian Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok

Reclining Buddha, Bangkok

Reclining Buddha, Bangkok

Grand Palace, Bangkok

Grand Palace, Bangkok

Wat Arun, Bangkok

Wat Arun, Bangkok

Wat Arun, Bangkok

Wat Arun, Bangkok

Street food, Thailand

Street food, Thailand

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1. Explore Bangkok’s Buddhist temples 

The island of Rattanakosin, also referred to as the ‘Old City’, is home to Wat Pho and Wat Arun, two of Bangkok’s most famous Buddhist temples amongst the hundreds scattered through the city. After visiting Wat Pho, which holds the world’s largest reclining Buddha statue, covered in gold leaf and with feet inlaid with mother of pearl, a short ferry ride takes you to the beautifully intricate Wat Arun, detailed with blue and white ceramic. Climb to the top of Wat Arun before sunset to experience a stunning view across the river!  


2. Pay your royal respects at the Grand Palace

The expansive royal compound was once the home of Thailand’s ruling family members for generations; nowadays the palace is used for important ceremonies and events. Comprised of many different buildings, pavilions, gardens and courtyards which have been built at different times over the years, it’s worth allowing a full half-day to explore properly. Don’t miss the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, which holds a small and very sacred statue of the Buddha in a yoga posture, whose clothes are changed at the turn of each season by the reigning monarch. 


3. Tickle your tastebuds with Thai food

The street food in Bangkok is some of the best in Asia, and exploring the open air markets and street-side stalls with just your nose to guide you is an essential experience. Watch the vendors sizzle fish, slap down noodles onto hot woks, and expertly scoop curries into plastic bags for their customers to take home. Alternatively, join one of the communal plastic tables and enjoy eating Pad Thai and spicy green papaya salads amongst tourists and locals alike. 


4. Cruise the Chao Phraya River

If the heat and crowds of Bangkok get too much, wander down to the Chao Phraya river. This waterway runs through the middle of Bangkok, meaning water taxis throng the banks to ferry passengers around the city via a different mode of transport. Jumping on a commuter boat feels like anything but, as you gain both a cool breeze and a fresh perspective on a city which was once called the ‘Venice of the East’.

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