13:45:00 Hrs (Approx.)
Offered in: English
Visit the top 3 best supernatural landmark of Chachoengsao which is 1.5 hours’ drive from Bangkok! Our full day tours bring you to a surprising destination with wonderful experience,
Chachoengsao is renowned for its historic market and beautiful Buddhist temples. Stroll past vendors at Ban Mai Market, see the huge reclining statue of Lord Ganesha at Wat Saman Rattanaram, take a boat ride on the Bang Pakong River, and visit Wat Sothon and Wat Pho Bang Khla
A Thai and Seafood set lunch is included along with hotel pickup and drop-off by your guide.
Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan:- The temple is located riverside with nice landscape and spectacular view –it has elegantly simple lines, with its upboost spire stretching heavenwards. And it is uniform white marble with gold trimmings.
Lord Ganesha Temple or Wat Saman Rataanaram :- The temple is located alongside the Bang Pakong River and there are great views of the river.A giant pink statue of a Hindu
deity is the main attraction at this flashy,theme park-like temple.
Wat Pho Bang Khla (BAT at Temple): - Bang Khla is the temple of bats. Big fruit bats hanging from the trees. Hundreds of them. They are real big ONE! You will love it.
Bang Pakong River: - The Bang Pakong River is one of the major rivers flowing through Thailand's Central Basin. It originates in Prachinburi Province, and flows through Chachoengsao Province, before emptying into the Gulf of Thailand
Ban Mai Market:- A cozy and hidden, laid back place to enjoy lovely breezes and views to the calm river. Nice authentic food and staff and a pleasant laid-back atmosphere
-Pick up from hotel
-Drip off at Hotel
-All temple entrance ticket
-Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan
-Wat Saman Rataanaram
-Wat Pho Bang Khla
-Bang Pakong River
-Ban Mai Market
-English Speaking Guide
-Cold Towel and Mineral water
Visit the iconic tourist attraction spot in Chachoengsao, The temple is beautiful and riverside. It was built to house one of the most sacred Buddha images in Thailand, Luang Phor Sothon which legend has it was one of three Buddha images floating down the near-by Bang Pakong River.
People from all over Thailand visit this temple to pray due to the miracles attributed to the image, such as recovery from illness and the cure of disease and is particularly well patronized by childless couples hoping to have children. Other more venal prays are for financial success and wealth.
Big Ganesh kept on a platform along with lots of Ganesh in the temple where you can worship. The view here is quite scenic and good to see with river. Lots of mouse structure where it is believed you tell what you want in his ear and he will carry your message to Ganesh.
Wat Bang Khla is the temple of bats. Big fruit bats hanging from the trees. Hundreds of them. Don't go to the temple if you are not fond of bats, because there are plenty of them. However, if you are fan of bats like we are, I highly suggest visiting this temple. An old temple where the main attraction is the hundreds of bats that live on the temple property. They are fruit bats, so they are harmless. Rumor is that the bats do not eat any fruits in the city, they go to the neighboring village to eat. It is their sign of respecting the locals and the temple. Interesting story!
We will also visit Bang Mai market and we will go for local Thai lunch and fruits.
From our given pickup area point
PickUp Time Start : 08:30
PickUp Time End : 08:30
Booking Cutoff : NA
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