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“Bangkok in a Week” from Ritz Tours

February 11, 2009 By: Mark Rogers


Ritz Tours is selling a special seven-day Bangkok in a Week program. During their time in Bangkok, travelers can experience a day-long city tour that brings them to popular sites such as Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha) and Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha).  

The group will go across the Chaophaya River by boat to visit Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) and have lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, the group visits the Royal Grand Palace, Coronation Hall, and the famous Emerald Buddha. Several days of leisure allows tour participants to absorb Bangkok's dynamic culture and experience its intriguing spiritual wonders, commercial appeal and superb cuisine. Optional sightseeing tours are available to Dam Nern Saduak Floating Market on Bangkok's canals for authentic Southeast Asian handicrafts, antiques, silk and jewels; the ancient city of  Ayutthaya and Bang Pa In Summer Palace.

Priced from $1,176 per person, based on double occupancy, the Bangkok in a Week package features roundtrip airfare on Cathay Pacific Airways for Los Angeles, San Francisco or New York (JFK) departures; accommodations at Grand Mercure Fortune; daily breakfast at the hotel; one full-day city tour (with lunch) in an air-conditioned motor coach; meals and entertainment per the itinerary; and the services of knowledgeable tour guides.

For added value, fuel charges and government taxes/fees are included.  Departures are available through April 30.

Visit www.RitzTours.com.


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