10 Days From Bangkok To Siem Reap

The 10 Days From Bangkok to Siem Reap tour is an incredible opportunity to explore the beauty and culture of Thailand and Cambodia. The tour highlights the best of both countries, taking you on a journey through stunning natural landscapes and famous landmarks.

Starting in Bangkok, the tour begins with a full-day city tour visiting famous temples and boarding a long-tail boat on the Chao Phraya river. Experience the vibrant energy of the floating market, where vendors sell their goods on boats. Then, embark on a train ride along the Death Railway, passing through Ayutthaya to see the ancient capital of Thailand.

Next, the tour moves to Siem Reap, where the magnificent Angkor Wat Temples Complex awaits. You will visit the Angkor Highlighted Temples, including Bayon and Ta Prohm, and the outlying temples, including Banteay Srei and Pre Rup. Additionally, the tour offers the opportunity to join a tour to the floating community and enjoy a view of this wonderful area while interacting with the very kind people in the village.

Finally, the tour ends with a walk through the village and floating community before departing from Siem Reap. This tour is perfect for anyone looking to experience the best of both Thailand and Cambodia, from stunning temples to unique floating markets, all while interacting with locals for an authentic experience.


• Visit Bangkok City tour with famous temples, boarding a long-tail boat on Chao Phraya river
• Experience floating market where vendors sells their goods on a boat
• Boarding a train ride along the Death Railway, pass through Ayutthaya to see ancient capital of Thailand
• Move to Siem Reap, see such a magnificent Angkor Wat Temples Complex
• Join a tour to floating community to enjoy a view of this wonderful area and interact with very kindly people in the village

Itinerary in Brief

  • Day 1: Bangkok Arrival
  • Day 2: Bangkok Full Day City Tour (B)
  • Day 3: Bangkok – Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – Kanchanaburi (B)
  • Day 4: Kanchanaburi – Ayutthaya (B)
  • Day 5: Ayutthaya Historical Park – Bangkok (B)
  • Day 6: Bangkok – Flight to Siem Reap (B)
  • Day 7: Siem Reap – Angkor Highlighted Temples (B)
  • Day 8: Siem Reap – Angkor Outlying Temples (B)
  • Day 9: Siem Reap – Village Walking & Floating Community (B)
  • Day 10: Siem Reap Departure (B)

Full Itinerary

  • Day 1: Bangkok Arrival

    Warmly welcome you on arrival at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport. We will pick you up with a comfortable vehicle to the center of Bangkok to check-in your hotel, then take your time to have a rest after a long flight.

  • Day 2: Bangkok Full Day City Tour (B)

    Today, we will take the whole day to explore Bangkok – the city of golden temples.

    The first destination is the Grand PalaceThis huge architecture complex is over 2 sq. kilometers, including 3 main sites: Royal Palace, Royal Office and pagodas (Wat) built in 1770s. Nowadays, the Grand Palace is no longer home of Thailand Royal, most of national significant events takes place there. 

    Wat Phra Kaew is the most out-standing architecture in complex, built in 1785 when King Rama I moved the capital to Bangkok. Wat Pra Kwae is famous not only for its beauty of unique Thailand Buddhism architecture but also for the sacred jade Buddha statue. Thai people believe that the statue will bring back fortune and prosperity for the nation.

    Nearby Grand Palace is Wat Pho – the oldest and biggest pagoda in Bangkok with more than 1000 Buddha statues and the huge one sit-back Buddha in gold. This pagoda is also famous for being a birthplace of traditional Thai massage, since there is a traditional medicine school established in 1982, educating the arts of Thai massage.

    The Wat Pho wall-surrounded complex was divided into 2 by Soi Chetuphon running along East – West. The Northern complex is the one including the in gold Buddha statue and massage school mentioned above. The Southern complex, Tukgawee, is a monastery and a school.

    We will board on a boat to pay a visit along the Chao Phraya River, watching the life of local people close by.

    On route, we stop at Wat Arunknown as the most beautiful pagoda in Bangkok not only for its location on the Chao Phraya’s riverbank but also for the different architecture from other pagodas. “Arun” means sunrise, but it is most beautiful in the sunset.

    The pagoda was decorated with glass pieces and Chinese ceramic, in a complicated style. You can climb up to the top of Wat Arun to see Chao Phraya, Grand Palace and Wat Pho at the opposite side.

    After having lunch, we visit the last destination of the day: Wat TraimitThis pagoda is famous for its unique and historic beauty, and also for the huge golden Buddha statue.

    Thai people believe that the statue represents for prosperity and purity, as well as strength and power. The Golden Statue was defined to be built in Sukhothai period, the 13-15th century – one of the most famous periods of Thai Buddhism architecture.

    Return to the hotel and you are free to explore Bangkok by night.

  • Day 3: Bangkok – Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – Kanchanaburi (B)

    Early in the morning, after having breakfast, we pay a visit to Meaklong Railway Market – a local market has grown up along the rail tracks. When a train pulls in or out of the station, the sellers quickly clear their stalls, and set them up again when the train has passed.

    We continue our way to Damnoen Saduak Floating market, which is specialized in trading fruits, vegetables, etc… by small boat. In the old days, floating markets were formed because roads and means of road traffic have not developed.

    Due to the demand for buying and selling goods, people gather in the river by means such as boats. Nowadays, despite the fact that the road network has developed everywhere, floating market still exists and develops more and more.

    We transfer to Kanchanaburi, check-in the hotel there and then you are free to relax.

  • Day 4: Kanchanaburi – Ayutthaya (B)

    Today morning, we pick up from hotel to visit the JEATH War Museum, which has the name standing for countries taking part in the World War II death railway construction from 1942 to 1945: Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand and Holland.

    As the name suggests, JEATH War Museum exhibits photographs and illustrations reflecting the living condition of prisoners of war during that cruel time, some of which were donated by former prisoners who survived after war.

    We continue to Erawan Waterfall, considered as the most beautiful waterfall of Thailand. This is such an impressive series of seven tiers, each with a shape and character on its own. 

    Originating from the Monglai Stream, water flows down from the hill at height of 2000m and flows into the Khwae Yai River. The waterfall is named after the legendary three-headed white elephant living in the Himavarna forest.

    Back to the city, we go to Kanchanaburi the famous Bridge over the River Kwaithe most important landmark of this city. We continue boarding a train ride along the railway death, Railway enthusiasts can travel on one of the historic routes to Southeast Asia, the remaining part of the “Death railway”.

    Proceed to Ayutthaya for overnight.

  • Day 5: Ayutthaya Historical Park – Bangkok (B)

    Having a breakfast and today we will pay a visit to some sites of Ayutthaya Historical Park, situated in the old city of Ayutthaya. The city was constructed by Ramathibodi I in 1350 and was the capital of Thailand until it was destroyed by Burmese – Myanmar army in 1767. Being a ruin with many temples which characterize this type of architecture built with red bricks, the park was recognized as World’s Heritage Site by UNESCO.

    – Wat Phu Khao Thong is a massive pagoda towering in the middle of paddy fields and can be seen from afar. Built by King Ramesuan in 1395, the pagoda is unique with the combination of 2 architectural styles: Thai – style and Mon – style. There is a high golden plated chedi on the top, which makes the pagoda outstanding.

    – Wat Phra Sri Sanphet was the most important temple of Ayutthaya and situated within the Ayutthaya Grand Palace grounds. It served as a model for the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok. The highlight of Wat Phra Sri Sanphet is 3 towers standing high together in Ceylonese style, has the same architecture with Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok.

    – Vihara Phra Mongkhon Bophit is the pagoda in which the bronze Buddha statue in the attitude of subduing Mara is situated. This is one of the biggest Buddha statue in Thailand. It was considered to be built during the Ayuttaya period of King Srongta, who transferred the location from the east side to the west and has been the location since then. After that he ordered to build a dome on top.

    – Wat Lokaya Sutha is considered as the sacred place for pilgrims since it’s famous for the reclining Buddha statue, which is the statue of the Blessed Buddha intact compared to other monuments in the entire Ayutthaya ruins. It is also the most important relics in most of those in Wat Lokaya Sutha. Thai people believe that if they paste the golden leaf onto Buddha statues, they will be protected by Buddha. Heading back to Bangkok.

    En route, we visit the Royal Summer Palace in Bang Pa-in district.

    Situated about 60 km northern away from Bangkok, this palace is called Royal Summer Palace since it is a favorite resort of royal. The first palace had been built in mid-early of the 17th century, then was the ruins and be forgotten when Burman occupied Ayutthaya. It was not until the rule of King Rama IV – did the palace rebuild. King Rama IV was the first Siamese king came to Europe and was sharply impressed by the architecture there. Therefore, the whole architecture of the palace is in the way of 19th century European style.

  • Day 6: Bangkok – Flight to Siem Reap (B)

    The time today is on your own until we transfer to the airport for a flight to Siem Reap.

    Upon arrival, proceed to check-in hotel and free to explore city yourself.

  • Day 7: Siem Reap – Angkor Highlighted Temples (B)

    Beat the crowd early morning by 7am, visit the picturesque Ta Prohm that had nearly disappeared into the jungle and remains overgrown, an oddly haunting and exotic scene.

    The magnificent roots of a tree, pushing between the huge stone blocks of the temple in a sort of embrace, evoke feelings that you may remember forever. And continue to visit the intricately carved Khmer ruins at Angkor Wat – one of the world’s most impressive ruins.  The temple still owns fine Apsara carvings in Angkorian era art. Lunch is own account.

    Afternoon, explore the mysterious Royal city of Angkor Thom. We will begin with the fascinating South Gate where we will stop for some nice photos. We will then move to the impress Bayon. Its 54-tower temple is an awesome sight.

    At first glance it seems a shapeless mass of stone, but further scrutiny reveals a face, and then another and another until suddenly you are engulfed by the silent, heavy, enigmatic and silent gaze through half-closed eyes, staring out from a primitive and remote time.

    Further, visit to the surroundings of the complex including the Baphoun, Elephant Terraces, Lepper King Terrace and Royal Palace area.

  • Day 8: Siem Reap – Angkor Outlying Temples (B)

    7am, drive to the rural outskirt 35km from Angkor area to visit the smallest, but magnificent, Banteay Srei built in the 10th Century and dedicated to Shiva. The temple was the birthplace of Khmer classical style architecture and the bas-relief work is the best example of Khmer classical art remaining.

    The pink sandstone structure bears a series of striking and beautiful sculptures, lintels, pediments and friezes. Khmers say the temple must have been carved by women for the details are too fine for the hands of a man. Drive on to Chau Srei Vibol which is a small charming temple on top of a hill which hardly sees any visitors – very few non-locals have heard of it, and it is set just far enough away from the main tourist routes.

    Continue to the ancient Khmer civilization site of Hariharalaya which flourished in the late 9th and earlier 10th centuries. These are the earliest temples in the Angkor area and are referred to the Rolous group we visit the main one called Bakhong temple.

    In early evening, explore Siem Reap night by tuk tuk to experience Cambodia’s nightlife in full, from the local people’s customs to the activities geared to tourists. Walking through the food markets, enjoy dinner with local beer/soft drink in local beer garden, insect salad with cocktail (if you are brave enough to try), visit night markets and or, you may want to try foot massage by fish (own account).

    At the end of the trip, take the short tuk tuk ride back to your hotel.

    Note* Set menu dinner (meal only without drink) at a local restaurant will be replaced if you are not familiar with local beer garden.

  • Day 9: Siem Reap – Village Walking & Floating Community (B)

    Morning transfer out of the Siem Reap town to a beautiful village in the countryside, you will start to walk through the village houses, witnessing very nice and different activities from the locals for their daily life. Just as some examples: how the locals wash vehicles, selling gasoline in whiskey bottles or the small shops where the locals sell food on the side of small streets.

    Enjoy a view of this wonderful area and interact with very kindly people in the village. Leisurely walk through the rice paddies and see how this family doing daily work such as making rice wine, handicraft works meanwhile a member of the family will offer you a fresh coconut and some homemade rice wine to taste.

    Hop in your van for driving onward to the next destination, a floating community, arrive at the quay for embarking on a motorized boat to visit floating houses village offering an incredible natural phenomenon of making their lives from the lake in a respectful and meaningful way. This is a great chance to witness one of Cambodia and the world’s most amazing natural wonders. Drive back to Siem Reap.

    (Note***floating community is recommended from September to February).

  • Day 10: Siem Reap Departure (B)

    The time is on your own until we transfer to the airport for an international flight back to your hometown.



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Trip Note

Tour includes:

  • Accommodations based on twin/Double Room
  • Private transfer as private air-con vehicle
  • Private tour as mention as above itinerary
  • Meals as mentioned (B=breakfast)
  • English  speaking guide
  • Service charge & Government tax
  • Entrance fee

Tour excludes:

  • Other meals, drinks,
  • Airport tax, internal & international flight, visa
  • Single room supplement
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Any optional additional tours or activities during free time
  • Tips
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