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ASEAN Romantic Treasures

Planner :
Rayong 1 Day , Ko Samet 1 Day , Bangkok 2 Day , Others 3 Day
Period :
5 Days 4 Nights
Category :
Wedding, honeymoon or anniversary, Arts, cultural & heritage, Experience Thailand and More,
  • Day 1
    July 20
  • Day 2
    July 21
  • Day 3
    July 22
  • Day 4
    July 23
  • Day 5
    July 24
Day 1 : Rayong,Ko Samet

Prasae community

One of the highights of visiting Prasae in Rayong is the 2,400 acre mangrove forest along the coastline. This project is not only important to prevent land erosion but is also the source of income for local people who fish here for crab, shrimp and other marine animals. The mangrove also plays an important part in local ecotourism due to the 2.6km long boardwalk. The walk starts at HTMS Prasae and takes you through the forest and along the coastline. The highlights of the walk is Tung Prong Thong which means golden field in Thai.

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26 Min. ( Approx. 10.58 Km.)

Thung Prong Thong

This 6,000 Rai (about 2,400-acre) mangrove field is the largest in Rayong. This place is main supporter of the local livelihoods of fishers. And it has developed into a site of ecotourism of Pak Nam Prasae(natural areas). This place is popular for mangrove ecotourism in Rayong. There is a one-kilometer long wooden walkway that allows you to walk through the forest, and see the mangrove landscape become a golden field when lit by the warm sunshine. The view becomes especially beautiful in the morning or evening light.  

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6 Min. ( Approx. 2.35 Km.)

HTMS Prasae (PF 2) Memorial

One of the tourist attractions in Klaeng district of Rayong is HTMS Prasae Memorial. This US frigate was built in 1943 and was originally named “USS Gallup″. After the second world war, the ship was sold to the Royal Thai Navy under the condition that it would be used to help in the Korean War. It was finally decommisioned in 2000 and docked permently in Paknam Prasae. It is free to explore the boat and climb onto the deck and up to the wheelhouse. Though you are not allowed inside. Many of the guns are still in place. Nearby, there is a mangrove walk along the coastline.

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1 Hr. 5 Min. ( Approx. 35.95 Km.)

Sri Ban Phe Pier

Ban Phe can be easily reached from destinations such as Bangkok, Chonburi, Pattaya, Rayong, and Koh Chang with direct connections (mainly minivan shuttle service or taxis). There is a public bus terminal in Ban Phe (opposite to Nuantip pier) with an hourly bus service to Bangkok Ekamai Terminal (duration approximately 4h).

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Koh Kudi or Koh Kut

Koh Kudi is a small island in the Koh Samed-Kao Laem Ya National Marine Park which provides excellent diving opportunities. The sea floor comprises solid rock which gently slopes into deeper water (going down to a maximum depth of 20 metres). The site offers splendid marine life which includes batfish, reef fish, black coral and seafan. Underwater visibility is maintained at around 12 metres on most occasions. The site is suitable for beginners. 

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Koh Thalu

About 6 kilometres east of Koh Kudi, another well-known forest island Koh Talu is the most stunning island in Rayong province. It has a steep high cliff on the west of the island while gorgeous white sandy beaches lied on the east and south sides. As a result of striking coral reefs and a natural habitat of seagulls, flying fox and the only island for those turtles to lay their eggs seasonally, Koh Talu is a favourite site for both snorkelling and scuba diving.

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Ao Karang

Ao Pakarang Beach is the farthest beach on Koh Samed Island. This beach is located in the area that coral reefs presented nearby. Visitors can enjoy snorkeling nearby. Atmosphere of the beach is peaceful and relaxing, although there are no exciting activities as popular beaches. There is also a small hill next to the area of the beach, where visitors can enjoy seeing sunrise view in the morning. Ao Pakarang Beach is about 7.3 kilometers far from Nadan Pier. It can be seen as the farthest of the island (though, the actual farthest point of the island is End-Island View Point, which locate just about 300 meter farther from Ao Pakarang Beach). There are three major areas at Ao Pakarang – one is the beach area (the beach is about 100 meter long), another one is a deck area to enjoy sea view and snorkeling, and the last one is the area of Nimmanoradee resort, which is the only one resort here.  

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Day 2 : Bangkok,Others

SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Opened in September 2006, the new Bangkok International Airport, Suvarnabhumi (“Soo-wan-na-boom”) is one of the most spectacular airports in the world, befitting its status as the major hub of air travel in Southeast Asia.Located approximately 30km (18.6 m) east of downtown Bangkok, a drive to or from the airport should take no more than one hour, though a new rail line linking the airport and town should save a great amount of time during Bangkok’s chaotic rush hours. The airport, which can service up to 45 million passengers per year is a hub for a number of international carriers, including Thai Airways, Orient Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways, and Thai AirAsia, as well as  major connecting city for Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Emirates Airline, EVA Air, Indian Airlines, Royal Jordanian, and Sri Lankan Airlines.

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55 Min. ( Approx. 366.64 Km.)

siem reap airport

Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport serves Siem Reap, a popular tourist destination due to nearby Angkor Wat. It is the busiest airport in Cambodia in terms of passenger traffic. The airport's new terminal was inaugurated on 28 August 2006.

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17 Min. ( Approx. 11.65 Km.)

apsara dance performance

It has been a tradition since the earliest days of tourism in the 19th century to treat visitors to Siem Reap with an ‘Apsara dance performance’ - a taste of classical Khmer culture. No visit to Cambodia is complete without attending at least one performance. Dinner performances are now the most popular venue - most places offering buffet or set menus combined with a one-hour dance performance. Dinner ordinarily begins at 6:00 or 7:00PM and dance performances at 7:30PM or 8:00PM, consisting of 4 or 5 dances (classical and folk). Most dinner performances run $10-$35 including the meal and admission. Some venues do not charge admission for the performance, but you are expected to order dinner.

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Day 3 : Others

Angkor Wat

an amazing spot on planet earth. If you've read anything at all about Angkor Wat, you'll probably know at least three things: Angkor is one of the most beautiful and suggestive place on the planet, the Angkor Wat Temples area is much bigger than the Angkor Temple alone, and last, nothing is homogeneous, being the temples built in different times, during a four centuries.

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1 Hr. 10 Min. ( Approx. 508.23 Km.)

ho chi minh city

Ho Chi Minh City (commonly known as Saigon) is a city in southern Vietnam famous for the pivotal role it played in the Vietnam War. It's also known for its French colonial landmarks, including Notre-Dame Cathedral, made entirely of materials imported from France, and the 19th-century Central Post Office. Food stalls line the city’s streets, especially around bustling Bến Thành Market.

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15 Min. ( Approx. 9.03 Km.)

SAIGON OPERA HOUSE

Standing magnificently at the heart of Ho Chi Minh City is the Saigon Opera House, which is also known as the Municipal Theater. The building stands as one of the impressive sight in Saigon – both night and day.   Saigon Opera House was built in 1898 by the French architect – Eugene Ferret, following the “flamboyant” style of the French Third Republic. It was set to be two meters higher than the street surface with two door layers, in order to prevent traffic noise.   Built in parallel structure, the Opera House is located on the city’s center axis, connecting the metro station and roundabout in front of Ben Thanh market. From a distance, the Opera House looks like a beautiful gigantic city gate. The architecture boasts stone-carved ornaments and statues at the entrance, crystal chandeliers, and shiny granite floor at the lobby area – all built with materials imported from France. The oval auditorium with 468 seats offers good view from every seat. It is also echo-free and therefore preserves all the sound inside the theatre.   The theatre is now a venue for many high profile events and cultural – entertainment activities of the city. Certified as a national relic in 2012, this magnificent building stays on top of the must-visit of Ho Chi Minh City.

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1 Min. ( Approx. 0.58 Km.)

Central Post Office

The Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh is a beautifully preserved remnant of French colonial times and perhaps the grandest post office in all of Southeast Asia. Located next door to Notre Dame Cathedral, the two cultural sites can be visited together and offers visitors a chance to imagine life in Vietnam during the times of the Indochinese Empire. The building was designed by Gustave Eiffel – the renowned engineer who also designed the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower – and features arched windows and wooden shutters, just as it would have in its heyday in the late 19th Century.

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Day 4 : Others

Cai Rang Floating Market

Just 6km from Can Tho in the direction of Soc Trang is Cai Rang, the biggest floating market in the Mekong Delta. There is a bridge here that serves as a great vantage point for photography. The market is best around 6am to 7am, and it's well worth getting here early to beat boatloads of tourists. This is a wholesale market, so look at what's tied to the long pole above the boat to figure out what they're selling to smaller traders.

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phu quoc

Phú Quốc is a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. It's known for white-sand beaches and resorts, most of which are along the palm-lined southwest coast. More than half of the island is part of Phú Quốc National Park, which features mountains, dense tropical jungle, hiking trails and wildlife. Duong Dong is the largest town, with day and night markets selling crafts, produce and fish.

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Day 5 : Bangkok

SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Opened in September 2006, the new Bangkok International Airport, Suvarnabhumi (“Soo-wan-na-boom”) is one of the most spectacular airports in the world, befitting its status as the major hub of air travel in Southeast Asia.Located approximately 30km (18.6 m) east of downtown Bangkok, a drive to or from the airport should take no more than one hour, though a new rail line linking the airport and town should save a great amount of time during Bangkok’s chaotic rush hours. The airport, which can service up to 45 million passengers per year is a hub for a number of international carriers, including Thai Airways, Orient Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways, and Thai AirAsia, as well as  major connecting city for Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Emirates Airline, EVA Air, Indian Airlines, Royal Jordanian, and Sri Lankan Airlines.

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