Laem Chabang (Bangkok), Thailand
A Day in the Thai Countryside
Local Sightseeing, All
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Depart by motor coach and drive 20 miles to Wat Yansangwararam. This temple is under the King’s patronage and is unique for its mix of architectural styles derived from many countries. You’ll also see the interesting Chinese Sala Viharnsien Pavilion, containing hundreds of antiques donated to King Bhumibol by the Chinese Government. Take advantage of a photo stop at Chee-Jan Mountain, on the side of which is a 390-foot-tall Buddha embossed in gold. Enjoy lunch at Silver Lake Winery before proceeding to the Gems Gallery and back to the ship.
Minimum age is 6 years. Modest attire is required for visiting temples; no fitted or collarless tops are allowed; shirts/blouses must cover shoulders; trousers must cover knees; shorts and mini-skirts are not permitted. Wear comfortable walking shoes. You must remove your shoes when entering the chapel.