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    JP Travel on Sukhumvit Soi 4 in Bangkok can book any kind of tour that you want. JP Travel will book package tours, custom tours, day tours and more. They also book adventure travel inside and outside of Thailand. The phone number for JP Travel is (66)2-252-9644 and their email address is I have been a satisfied customer of JP Travel for over 4 years. They specialize in custom tours and offer some of the most competitive pricing around. Their service cannot be beaten. If you mention MyThaiTravelyou will receive a 5% discount off any of their tours. Below you will find some of their more popular tours/trips in and around Bangkok. Prices do sometimes change so contact the shop directly for more complete information. Don't forget to mention MyThaiTravel to receive your special price.

    Day Trips Within Bangkok - Tours In Thailand

    Trip To Wat Pra Gaew - Bangkok

    Grand Palace & The Emerald Buddha (Wat Pra Gaew) - 4 Hours - 500 Baht

    This half day trip is a must see when you come to Bangkok. The primary point of interest is the Chakri Palace and the famous Emerald Buddha is currently housed here. Make sure that dress appropriately when you go here, this is the home of the King and the site is held in reverence by all Thais.

    Tour The Temples Of Bangkok - Wat Po - Wat Trimit - Wat Benchamaborit - 4 Hours - 300 Baht

    You can visit Wat Po which is the home for learning Thai Massage in Thailand. Wat Po also houses the famous Reclining Buddha. The other temples are very beautiful including the "Marble Temple".

    Trip To Ayyudhya

    Ayuddhya - Bang Pa In Palace - Return Boat Trip 1 Day - 1500 Baht

    This is really a great trip. You will take a bus to visit the lovely Bang Pa In Palace which used to be the summer home of the Kings of Siam (Thailand). This is where "Anna & The King" went to spend the summer in the movie. From there you will continue on to Ayuddhya the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Siam. The photo at left is of the famous 3 spires. This was the capital until 1782 when the Burmese invaded and sacked the capital and burned it. The Thais then moved their capital to present day Bangkok. After your visit in Ayuddhya you will return along the Chao Praya River (River of Kings) by boat and enjoy a complimentary lunch of Thai food. On the boat trip home you will see some of the everyday life in small villages along the Chao Praya River and end up back in Bangkok. My brother really enjoyed this trip when we went.

    The Bridge On The River Kwai & Allied War Cemetery - 1 Day - 900 Baht

    This trip includes lunch and is off the beaten track a little bit. The town and bridge are located in Kanchantaburi and this trip is popular with war veterans, especially Australians and British Vets. A replica of the bridge made famous in the movie is here. The trip also includes a visit to the Allied War Cemetery and the Jeath War Museum. Included in this trip is an afternoon boat trip along the river and a short trip along the track via train. This trip usually includes a visit to the famous "Tiger Temple" where you walk with monks into a small canyon where Tigers are walking around without any restrictions. You can even have your photo taken behind one of the Tigers.

    Custom Tours - Custom Travel

    The list of trips above only scratches the surface of what JP Travel can offer you. They really specialize in making custom trips for people. That way you can pick what you want to see and skip the things that do not interest you. A lot of people come to Thailand and spend a few days in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, etc. They have JP Travel book all their trips and hotels within Thailand and put together a custom itinerary, just contact them directly to have them put something together for you.

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