Floating Market :
The most famous of floating markets in Thailand is at Damnoen Saduak, located about 80 km from Bangkok.
Padaung "Long Necked Hilltribes" resident in Mae Hong Son Province in Northern Thailand
Golden Triangle
Places to visit : Hall of Opium. Mae Sai, border of Thailand and Myanmar, Mae Khon River and Chiang Sean, ruins temples 

Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha temple
This Bangkok landmark, which features some of the most spectacular architecture in Southeast Asia, should be the first place on a visitor’s itinerary. The Grand Palace, once a royal residence, houses within its compound the Temple of the Emerald Buddha
City & Temples
Visit most important 3 temples in town.  “Wat Trimit”, the Temple of the Golden Buddha, housing 5 1/2 ton of solid gold Buddha image. 2nd temple visit “Wat Pho” the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Last stop visit at “Wat Benchamabophit”, the Marble Temple.
Canals tour
Cruise in a comfortable motor boat along the Chao Phaya river and canals. En route stop will be made at Wat Arun, the spectacular Temple of Dawn.
Sampran Elephant & Ground Zoo
There are a whole host of shows to be seen that include elephants at work and how they once played a part in the battles that took place in ancient Siam.   Enjoy the elephant ride and the Crocodile shows.
Bridge on the River Kwai at Kanchanaburi
Bridge On The River Kwai” built during World war II by prisoner of war. Over 9,000 allied soldiers lost their lives in the very harsh conditions at the “Death Railway”. Visit war cemetery and a memorable JEATH War museum.
Half day Floating market at Damnernsaduak
Leisurely drive passing rice paddies and salt fields. To reach the famous floating market we will continue on long-tailed speedboats and cruise through the many canals. The market boats offer colourful displays of their merchandise are of all shapes and sizes.
Rose Garden
Enjoy the shows in Thai Village ; Thai Wedding ceremony: elegant finger-nail dancing; traditional bamboo dancing; Thai boxing; an elephant show - and even an elephant ride.
Visit the ruins of Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand during 1350 - 1767 till was sacked by Burmese, invaders. Many magnificent ruins of the old city still remain and some have restored. Archaeological excavations are still proceeding at many sites in the area.
Dinner Cruise
Cruising along the Cho Phaya River by night in the romantic atmosphere to witness one of the World’s most exotic ports of call, passing the Grand Palace and the temple of dawn, one of the most striking sights in the Kingdom and a prominent Landmark of Bangkok.