Found 10 activities day trip

Private Tour Vientiane City and Buddha Park Full-Day

Vientiane capital is one of the largest cities in Laos, of which today atmosphere remains serene. We scarcely see such a slow pace of life with gorgeous ancient temples in any other big city in the world.
This private tour will take you to explore one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vientiane - the Buddha Park, which’s home to over 200 statues of Buddha and Hinduism characters, especially the enormous 40m-long sleeping Buddha. Besides, a sightseeing tour of Vientiane City with magnificent monuments reflecting a glorious period in history of Laos including Vat Sisaket, That Luang and Patuxay will satisfy you to the fullest.
Best for: History ,City Breaks ,Responsible ,Classic Journeys

Bike Day Trip from Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang
Discover the true vibrant traditional Laos with a cheerful 8-hour trip outside Luang Prabang. You’ll have a great chance to explore nearby villages and observe the local Mekong River’s way of life as you cycle along peaceful dirt roads.
This is an easeful 37km ride is suitable for anyone including families and friends. You’ll be able to visit stunning temples, meet and interact with friendly residents, savour some bold local food and while taking pleasure in the serenity of Laos' countryside. 
Best for: History ,Cycling ,Responsible ,Adventure ,Classic Journeys

Ayutthaya Temples and River Cruise Day Trip

In this tour you’ll travel from Bangkok heading 85km north to Ayutthaya Historical Park, the UNESCO-listed ancient capital of Siam 1350 - 1767. As you explore the Ayutthaya’s temples, monasteries, stone ruins and beheaded Buddha statues in the old capital of Thailand largely destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th century, your guide will provide you with useful knowledge. At the end of the tour, you’ll return to Bangkok by boat across the Chao Phraya River.
Best for: Cruising ,City Breaks ,Responsible ,Classic Journeys

Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise

If you have yet to visit the Grand Palace and Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), then a Bangkok river cruise is a luxurious way to view these main attractions illuminated at night. Savour an authentic Thai buffet during your 2.5 to 3-hour excursion on Chao Phraya River and indulge yourself in the buoyant atmosphere the live band brings while watching the lit-up city skyline pass by.
Best for: Cruising ,City Breaks ,Classic Journeys

Thai Burma Death Railway Bridge on the River Kwai Half-Day

Bangkok, Thailand
Kanchanaburi Province’s 130km to the west of Bangkok. This rural area of Thailand is home to several kinds of agricultural products including sugar cane, rice and pineapple. Its symbolic Bridge on the River Kwai is a mournful reminder of the thousands of POW's and forced laborers who lost their lives in the Second World War. This Bangkok tour also includes a opportunity to ride a local train.
Best for: History ,Responsible ,Adventure ,Classic Journeys

Bangkok by Night: Temples, Markets and Food by Tuk-Tuk

Experience the bustling Bangkok by night on a tuk-tuk sightseeing tour, with stops including illuminated temples such as Wat Pho, etc. Pay a visit to a flower market and some of Bangkok’s food streets for dinner, followed by a delicate dessert in Chinatown. As you enjoy the ride, your friendly guide will provide you with some useful information about the city’s most remarkable landmarks.
Best for: Culinary

Yangon City Sightseeing Tour

Unlock the history, culture and traditions of Myanmar’s former capital Yangon with our incredible sightseeing tour. During this full-day tour, you’ll be transported through major landmarks including eclectic markets, colonial architecture and religious monuments by your experienced and knowledgeable guide. Try the circular train, a local lunch and some drinks to become a Yangon insider for a day.
Best for: Adventure ,Classic Journeys

Yangon Shwedagon Pagoda Walking Tour

Yangon, Myanmar
Uncover the secrets of the country’s symbol Shwedagon Pagoda and get a sense of Myanmar’s deep religious heritage and vibrant cultural traditions on our half day walking tour. Visit the markets and monasteries surrounding the pagoda, where you can observe daily rituals and customs of the local’s religious life. Typical breakfast at a tea shop. Lunch at a local restaurant.
Best for: History ,Responsible ,Adventure ,Classic Journeys

Yangon by Circular Train

Register now for an authentic experience of the former capital of Myanmar and its suburbs. A knowledgeable local guide will give you a chance to witness daily life in Yangon including rarely visited suburban districts, to experience vibrant markets, colourful shops, Buddhist sites, Chinatown and Little India.This 46-km circular train has a total of 39 stations and connects several satellite towns and suburban neighbourhood. While introducing unfamiliar sights and customs, your guide may even show you hidden gems that would be difficult to locate on your own.
Best for: History ,Responsible ,Adventure ,Classic Journeys

Burmese Market by Night

Take a 2.5 hour walking tour around bustling markets and Chinese styled temples to discover aYangon at night. Here you will have a deep look at Hindu and Buddhist shrines, some stalls selling second-hand stuff on Shwe Bontha Street, a fresh market, where you can practice bargaining, and savour some Burmese cuisines.
Best for: Responsible ,Adventure ,Classic Journeys

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