Arrival at Bangkok Airport Proceed to Take visa on Arrival and transfer to Domestic Terminal Arrival at Phuket International Airport & Transfer to Hotel Day at Leisure (Recommend Take a taxi to Kata Noi Beach rated among the Top 25 Beaches in the World). Take a walk in (Walking Street) Bangla Road in the night around 8 pm
After Breakfast Transfer to Phuket Marina for Premium Tour to Phi Phi Island (Buffet Lunch included)
Pick Up from Your Hotel to Royal Phuket Marina Departure to Phi Phi Lay Island by Speed Boat. Sightseeing at Viking Cave, Arrive at Maya Bay where the movie “The Beach” was filmed. Relax and swim in the crystal clear water Enjoy a great Lunch at Phi Phi Don Island (Ton Sai Bay), and free time on the beach. Enjoy Snorkeling and feeding the monkeys at Monkey Beach Relax on a white sandy beach at Khai Nok Island for great Snorkeling & Swimming Departure from Island back to Royal Phuket Marina.
After early Breakfast,keep Luggage in Luggage room,if Time permits take Morning tour of Floating Market of Damnoen Saduak . This is a description of Floating Market of Damnoen Saduak. We will pick you up in the early morning from your hotel lobby and accompanied by your guide and driver, we head out in the direction of the Ratchaburi province to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Markets, one of Thailand’s icons. It will take approximately 2 hours to reach the marketing and buzzing place is at its best in the early morning before the crowds arrive and the heat of the day builds up.
The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market dates back to 1866 when King Rama IV ordered that a canal 32 kilometres long be dug at Damnoen Saduak to connect the Mae Klong and Tacheen Rivers (his reason for doing so lies in the fact that the quality of the soil on the banks of the canal is excellent for growing many kinds of fruits and vegetables including Malacca grape, Chinese grapefruit, mangos, bananas, and coconuts). The Floating Market is an ideal place for tourists to see the old style and traditional way of selling and buying fruits, vegetables and other from small boats. Tourists will also be able to see traditional Thai houses and the way locals use boats in their everyday lives.
During your visit, there will be lots of activity and bargaining is part of the fun of the sale. The market’s popularity among visitors has grown over the years and outside the traditional means of selling and trading food and drinks, souvenir shops around the market are home to some of the best local handicraft one can buy.