Grand Palace & Wat Phra Keaw Tour (Emarald Bhuddha)

Location : BANGKOK
By : Mini Van
Duration : 1 Day (7:30 - 12:00)
Grand Palace is known for its beautiful architecture and building which was built since 1782. It is one of the most visited place by foreigners and the locals. Wat Phra Keaw is situated in the same compound which houses the most precious Emerald Buddha.
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07.30am        Pick up from various Hotel.

08.30am        Arrives Wat Phra kaew , the chapel of the emerald Buddha, which houses the world’s most precious image of the lord Buddha, the 75 cm statue of jade sits atop an 11 m golden pedestal surrounded by lavish murala and richly decorated pavilions. Then group will be moved to visit the grand palace which encompass several major building. The most prominent buildings include the throne hall, the reception hall and the coronation hall.

11.00am        Visit gems gallery, the local product center.

12.00am        Return to the hotel.

Booking Conditions

  • Booking must be made at least 3 days in advance.
  • This is an instant confirmation booking.
  • Credit Card will be charged at the end of the booking.
  • Confirmation voucher will be sent to you within 24 hours.
  • Please print out voucher and present upon pickup.



  • Pick from Hotel is included. Please advise your Hotel name and room number upon reservation. We will confirm back the estimated time of your pickup.
  • Please wait at the lobby at least 15 minutes before the informed pickup time.



  • No show 100%
  • Cancellation 3 days in advance 50% charge.
  • Changes can be done 3 days in advance with change fee of THB 300/person.
1,200.00 ฿
Duration : 1 Day (7:30 - 12:00)
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