6-Day Bangkok and Pattaya with 3 theme parks and a free day for shopping
A city that never sleeps, Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is a modern-day melting pot of contrasting cultures and faiths. Here, you can find family fun at Bangkok's themed amusement parks and gardens, let's dive in some:
01. Nong Nooch Tropical Garden
One of the most beautiful Garden in the world. It is a lush green paradise for nature lovers. Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is a 600-acre sized garden featuring more than 30 kinds of garden, mini zoo, and other attractions. It is more like a theme park rather than just a garden with resort facilities with accommodation, pool, and restaurants!
02. Frost Magical Ice of Siam
Experience a different side of Siam in negative 10-degree temperatures as you explore the first ice dome in Pattaya! Enter the FROST Magical Ice of Siam and enjoy 30,000sqm of sculptures, exhibits, and activities that reflect the rich culture of Thailand with touches of international characteristics. Step into a world of fantasy brought to life by statues of ice and creatures made of white sand as you sip soda from a glass made of ice or take a leisurely lunch.
03. Safari World & Marine Park
Safari World is an animal and leisure park based in Bangkok. Comprising two themes; Safari Park and Marine Park, the park offers its visitors a variety of entertainment options and activities for both, adults and children. Safari Park takes visitors on a ride where you have the opportunity to meet hundreds of wild animals in their natural habitat, while Marine Park has a large number of aquatic animals on display.
DAY 01 BANGKOK ARRIVAL - PATTAYA
Arrive Pattaya today and check in hotel.
Pattaya Walking Street: here is a tourist attraction which draws foreigners and Thai nationals, primarily for its night life.
DAY 02 PATTAYA
Nong Nooch Garden: A Thai country style leisure and holiday park. There is an artificial lake in the garden, the water is gleaming, the small river is surrounded by pavilions, the trees are green, the birds are singing and the flowers are fragrant, and the scenery is picturesque. There is a cultural village in the park, which is a place to focus on displaying Thai national culture.
Big Bee Farm, Gems Gallery.
Frost Magical Ice of Siam: here is exhibited many sculptures telling the stories of Thai literatures, the way of life, and important places in Thailand, meanwhile the -10 degree Celsius building indoors showcases various spectacular forms of ice; such as, a dome building, ice cave, and Eskimo suit. Since the exhibition area inside is all ice, tourists have to be careful while walking because it is slippery.
DAY 03 PATTAYA - BANGKOK
Safari World & Marine Park: This is the place to be to explore a large collection of wildlife and marine life amidst green tropical shades and soft cool mist, guaranteed to keep you fresh and cool all day long! The attraction is divided into Safari Park, an open-range zoo where various animals roam freely, and the Marine Park where animals are ethically preserved for educational and recreational purposes.
Back to Bangkok, continue to local dried food shop.
Asiatique The Riverfront: Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside project combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls. Embracing history, but avoiding the cultural clichés and traditional symbols, it strikes a balance between tradition and globalization.
DAY 04 BANGKOK
Damnoen Floating Market: It has become primarily a tourist attraction, considered the most famous floating market.
Talad Rom Hub Market: unusual food market on a railway track with vendors moving goods & retracting awnings as trains run.
Continue to Jodd Fair: is a new night market, opened only late last year (Nov 2021) but it has already become one of the "Must See, Must Check-in" places in Bangkok.
Free time for shopping at Central Rama 9.
DAY 05 BANGKOK
Free day today with no guide and driver service.
DAY 06 HOME DEPARTURE
Transfer to airport, home sweet home!