The world largest open air museum - housed in the body of a huge three headed elephants
We leave Bangkok at 0800 hours and depart for the Erawan museum.
The museum, housed in the body of a huge three headed elephant, was built to preserve a large amount of antiques and religious artifacts. The three headed elephant weighs over 100 tons. Inside the hollow elephant are many sections in this three storey museum. You can choose a lift or take the staircase to reach different levels. Tours start every 30 minutes.
We depart to the Ancient City and have lunch in a nearby restaurant.
Muang Boran, or The Ancient City, is the worlds largest open air museum. It has scaled down replicas of many important historical sites in Thailand. Located on an area of 320 acres the Ancient City reflects different aspects of Thai culture through 116 buildings giving an insight into Thai identity in terms of history, arts, traditions and cultures.
We arrive back in Bangkok at 4.00 p.m.
Remark : Itinerary Tour subject to change without prior notice.
8.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
Sky train (BTS) - depends on where you stay
* Tour guide
* Thai lunch
* Entrance fee
* Transfer fee
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