These 3 choices include 2 full-day tours in Bangkok which are called Bangkok Highlight and Best of Bangkok together with one half-day tour at Coin Museum Treasury Department Thailand.
Start up with The Bangkok Highlight Program, a great day to explore “Bangkok-ma-kok” or Bangkok and visit highlight of tourist attraction places. Take a short drive through Bangkok business streets and China Town to “Pak-Klong-Talad” to get touch of Thai rural life. Continue the excursion to Grand Palace Complex. A huge complex of Grand Palace, where the Royal Temple (Emerald Buddha Temple) and the Royal Palace are built. Continue the excursion with a short walk to the river pier names “Tha Chang” where white elephants are taken bath in the old days.
Followed by The Best of Bangkok Program which is an unforgettable experience. A journey through China Town to visit “Golden Buddha Temple” at Wat Tri Mit, the Buddha image is cast from 5.5 tons of the solid back to the 13th century. Continue an excursion on drive through Little India, Flower Market to “Wat Pho” (Reclining Buddha Temple); then take a chance to visit the most beautiful reclining Buddha image, which is lied down in the beautiful hand-painted pavilion. Enjoy authentic Thai dishes as well as Thai popular cocktail “Mai Tai”. Experience a great river view to overlook the city and old quarter area, while cruising up the steam to Krung Thon Bridge and cruising down to the Sathorn Bridge. Amazing scenes of Bangkok city are memorable and impressive.
Otherwise, there is a half-day program offered in the afternoon ; Coin Museum Treasury Department tour located on Chakrabongse Road, the museum was refurbished and now its first floor hosts the first phase of the main exhibition and three temporary exhibitions. The second and third floors of building will hold a library and learning center for public use by the end of 2016. This tour is limited only for 30 delegates (first come, first served).
NCC-PCO attentively created and designed all these attractive excursions, if not confidently at least hopefully that the Pre-Conference Tour Program will satisfy our distinguished guests who attend the event in May.