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Nakhon Pathom City Tour from Bangkok with Sanam Chandra Palace

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Nakhon Pathom is a very old city and home to the world’s largest Buddhist monument. Visit the largest pagodas in the world, Thai Human Imagery Museum, Palace and enjoy the unique and unforgettable experience of the world-renowned Thai Village Cultural Show at Sampran Riverside (formerly Rose Garden) - Sanam Chandra Palace is a tiny castle-like structure - Admiring the impressive diversity of native tropical flora and fauna - The first glimpse of the towering Phra Pathom Chedi is overpowering - Important religious site built by the government and the people - The museum houses life-like sculptures created by a group of Thai artists

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Bangkok

8:00am - Pick up from Bangkok City Hotel or meeting point Transfer to Nakhon Pathom city, about 56 kilometres from Bangkok

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Sanam Chandra Palace

Sanam Chandra Palace This palace, located 2 kms. west of Phra Pathom Chedi, was constructed by the command of King Rama VI in the year 1907 when he was the Crown Prince. The compound occupies an area of 355 acres and houses a group of throne halls and pavilions with an elegant and unusual mixture of classical French, English Tudor and traditional Thai architecture. Most buildings are now used as government offices. The two buildings opened as attractions are Phra Tamnak Chali Mongkhon At, a Western style building with a statue of Ya-Le - the king's pet dog and Phra Tamnak Mari Ratchabanlang where King Rama VI's personal utensils, royal photographs, and writings are exhibited. Nearby a Thai-style house called Tamnak Thap Khwan once served as King Rama VI's temporary residence.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Phutthamonthon

Buddhamonthon This is an important religious site built by the government and the people to commemorate the 2500th year of the existence of the Buddha. Accessible by Puttha-Monthon lV Road, it occupies a large area with beautiful landscape and contains many interesting structures. A huge standing Buddha image cast in bronze gold measuring 15.8 metres marks the centre of the area. It is surrounded by Four commemorative sites concerning Lord Buddha's birth, enlightenment, the first preaching sermon, and Nirvana. Other interesting places include a Buddhist museum, a hall keeping marble Pali canon and meditation halls.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Human Imagery Museum

Thai Human Imagery Museum The museum houses life-like sculptures created by a group of Thai artists. These breathtaking human figures with various characteristics and the replicas of important people are displayed in many sections such as the Great Buddhist Monks, Former Kings of Chakri Dynasty, and One Side of Thai Life.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Wat Phra Pathom Chedi

Phra Pathom Chedi On coming toward the city, the first glimpse of the towering Phra Pathom Chedi is overpowering. lt is one of the largest pagodas in the world and in Thailand, by far the most holy of all Buddhist structures. The original pagoda was constructed more than 2,000 years ago in the stupa design of an upside down bowl shape.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Sam Phran

Visit Sampran Riverside (formerly Rose Garden) - Thai Village & Cultural Show The Thai Village provides a natural and perfect backdrop for the Thai Village Cultural Show. Visitors and guests are presented with a rare opportunity to witness and experience Thai ways in a natural setting. For nature lovers, you are free at leisure to enjoy a leisurely stroll through the Botanical Gardens admiring the impressive diversity of native tropical flora and fauna. Enjoy the unique and unforgettable experience of the world-renowned Thai Village Cultural Show, featuring an impressive cast of 150 performers, portrays captivating scenes of everyday life in rural Thailand and 'Thai ways' and offers a vivid introduction to: Thai living, the 'cycle of life', time-honoured customs and traditions in an agricultural community in Thailand; the Thai passion for festive fun or 'sanuk' and Thai 'joie de vivre' - the celebration of a good life and good times, as expressed in the folk songs and dance of the four regions of Thailand. 16:00 hrs Depart from Sampran Riverside (formerly Rose Garden) to Bangkok.

Duration: 1 hour