10-Day Beijing, Bangkok and Pattaya
From $669 Land Only and $1619 Land & Air
- Visit 3 cities in China and Thailand –Beijing, Bangkok, and Pattaya
- Experience unique Chinese and Thai cultures and hospitality
- Visit Great Wall and majestic Buddhist Temples with unique historical artifacts
- See the Sleep Museum and the spectacular Sanctuary of Truth building in Pattaya
- Deluxe hotel accommodation with daily breakfasts
- International airfares included
- Choice of sightseeing, entertainment and culinary add-ons for enhanced experiences in two countries
Prices do not include Optional Programs, Local Gratuities, Travel Medical and Interruption Insurances, Airlines Seat Assignments Fees, Personal Expenses …
Land only price does not include arrival/departure transfers. Full-Package Prices include airfare, fuel surcharges, airport taxes and fees. All prices are per person based on double occupancy. Kids under 12 do not have their own beds. Full-Package (Air and land) tour prices apply from the gateway airport or city specified in the Package Highlights. Prices will vary from alternative gateway airports or cities and may be higher. The total price will be clearly displayed prior to any deposit being required. Additional baggage charges may apply.
Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates. All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary. For visa information, check our Visas page.
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Day 1 Departure for China
Depart for Beijing, China from your preferred U.S. international gateway city. Enjoy the onboard services and hospitality of the airline crew as you cross the international dateline towards the Asian continent.
Day 2 Beijing
Upon your arrival and immigration clearance, our tour representative will meet you outside the baggage claim exit and guide you to the comforts of our transfer vehicle that will bring you to your hotel for check-in, to rest and to refresh. And along the way to the hotel after the long flight, you can have a glimpse of a totally new environment that awaits you.
Day 3 Beijing
At your leisure to accustom yourself to the new time zone, explore the capital city of China on your own, or join us for these optional tour programs:
Tiananmen Square and The Forbidden City Tour with lunch at $65 per person
Get ready to be awed by the largest public square in the world and see the locals stroll and play in Tiananmen Square. Then walk to the legendary Forbidden City nearby – the palace complex of the Ming and Qing dynasties from 1420 to 1912 where Chinese emperors and their household once ruled as the power and political center. This huge palace ground covers over 180 acres in the center of Beijing city and has been touted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the largest collection of ancient wooden structures in the world. Feel free to roam from one end of the complex peeking into the once-home of the generations of emperors and concubines, and then exit on the other side of this vast magnificent compound. Lunch will be hosted at a local restaurant.
Peking Duck Dinner Banquet with wine served at $35 per person
Enjoy this famous culinary dish that had been served on the imperial court menu and aptly named where it had originated – the Peking (Beijing) Duck meal is characterized by servings of deliciously roasted slices of duck skins that you will wrap with steamed rice flour pancakes together with your choice of spring onion stalks and cucumber strips dosed with sweet bean sauce. Serving with a glass of wine will make this unique culinary experience even more exquisite.
Day 4 Beijing
See the spectacular man-made structure on Earth that has been recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site without contest – the Great Wall of China is the longest man-made structure on the planet-spanning over 13,171 miles. Built with the aim to be a physical barrier against the nomadic enemies from the north, the many Great Walls that have been constructed by successive emperors of different feudal empires were finally linked together to become what it stands today. Hike along the Great Wall at JuYongGuan Pass and after spending some free time on your own on the Wall, the tour will proceed with an educational experience at the Jade Museum and the Traditional Chinese Medicine Center to learn about the historical significance of Chinese jade and Chinese medicine to end the day.
Optional entertainment for the night for your purchase will be the Golden Mask Dynasty Show at $49 per person – an entertainment galore with over 200 performers of Chinese dances, acrobatics, costumes, and lighting, acoustics, and effects.
Day 5 Beijing – Bangkok
Check out of the hotel in the morning which is at own leisure or join the morning optional tour.
Optional program: Temple of Heaven and Rickshaw Tour with Lunch at $79 per person. Visit the Temple of Heaven a spectacular imperial complex of religious buildings located in the southeastern part of Beijing which is also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Used by emperors of the last two Chinese dynasties as a sacred temple to pray for a good harvest during annual ceremonies, it houses a magnificent wooden circular building built on three layers of marble stone base completely void of any nail. You can also be amazed by the Echo Wall there that can transmit sounds over large distances from one end of the perimeter to the other. Chinese rickshaws used to be a common mode of transportation in Beijing in the old days. You can still ride in these rickshaws during your tour through narrow alleyways that connect between the high walls of traditional courtyard residences that are still being preserved under the encroaching skyline of the modern skyscrapers.
Depart for flight to Thailand in the afternoon. Welcome to Bangkok, the most populous city in Thailand. Our local tour representative will meet and greet you at the baggage collection exti and will arrange for transfer to your hotel upon arrival. The rest of the day is at your own leisure to rest and to get accustomed to the new time zone
Day 6 Bangkok
Bangkok's history dates back to the 15th century where its strategic location at the west bank of the mouth of the Chao Phraya River made it an important customs and trading outpost during the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Today it is a major city with a population of over 8 million. Following your sumptuous breakfast, you shall embark on the morning excursion to explore this forever vibrant city of Asia. Discover the amazing Golden Buddha statue at Wat Traimit in Chinatown that was almost forgotten for a few hundred years if not for an accident that chipped off its stucco shell to reveal its golden self. Weighing a staggering five-and-a-half ton, the gold seated Buddha was plastered over and disguised to hide it from invading the Burmese army that ransacked the old kingdom. Then proceed to visit Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram – a Buddhist temple in the Dusit District of Bangkok that typifies Bangkok's ornate style of high gables, stepped-out roofs, and elaborate finials. Also known as the marble temple, it is built in 1899 at the request of King Chulalongkorn and is one of Bangkok's best-known temples and a major tourist attraction. Designed by the half-brother of the king, it is built of Italian marble with displays of Carrara marble pillars, a marble courtyard and two large marble lions guarding the entrance. The interiors are decorated with crossbeams of lacquer and gold, and in shallow niches in the walls of paintings of important stupas all over the country. The cloister around the assembly hall houses 52 images of Buddha. The afternoon is at your own leisure, or join the optional tour to explore more of Bangkok.
Optional Program: Landmarks of Bangkok Tour at $49 per person. Participate in this exhilarating tour visiting the Grand Palace in Bangkok that was constructed in 1782 by the founder of the Chakri Dynasty, King Rama I. The palace complex of many buildings had been the residences of many Kings of Thailand until the abolition of absolute monarchy in 1932. The Grand Palace is currently partially open to the public as a museum, but it remains a working palace, with several royal offices still situated inside. View the royal chapel that is situated within the walls of the palace more popularly known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew. It houses a figurine of the meditating Buddha seated in a yogic posture, made of semi-precious green stone, clothed in gold, and about inches tall that is considered the palladium of the Kingdom of Thailand. Then take a ride in a motorboat along the Chao Phraya River to take in the famous landmarks visible along the banks of this famous waterway of Bangkok.
Day 7 Bangkok - Pattaya
After breakfast, there will be an eye-opening treat to visit the famous Gems Gallery to take in all you need to know about gemology. The Gems Gallery is situated in four major cities in Thailand. And Gems Gallery has more than two decades of experience with jewelry and gems and draws on the accumulated knowledge of Man's more than 4,000 years relationship with precious stones. Next, take the approximately two-hour ride on the air-conditioned vehicle to Pattaya – a coastal resort city next to the Gulf of Thailand. Upon arrival and check-in, enjoy at your own leisure at the beach, rest in the hotel or explore this beach city on your own.
Optional Program: Alcazar Cabaret Show and Dinner at $59 per person. The Alcazar Cabaret Pattaya is recognized internationally throughout the entertainment circuit. Alcazar is more than just a drag queen show and in the early days was not accepted. After years of evolvement and development of new technology, the Alcazar Show is world acclaimed. It has successfully blended the art of acting, stage design, costumes and performance so well that all ages can enjoy the spectacular show. The Alcazar show is a must-see for visitors local or foreigners.
Day 8 Pattaya
After breakfast, check out two unique and interesting attractions in Pattaya – the Sleep Museum and The Sanctuary of Truth. The Sleep Museum showcases the interesting facts, hardware, and stories related to the basic necessity for humans – our need to sleep. This museum chronicles the history of sleeping and bedding from different eras that will give visitors new insights. The Sanctuary of Truth is a huge all-wood building filled with sculptures based on traditional Buddhist and Hindu motifs. The top of the building is over 300 feet high, and the building covers an area of more than 35,000 square feet. It features contemporary visionary art based on traditional religious themes. The project was initiated as an idea of Thai businessman Lek Viriyaphan in 1981 and is scheduled to be completed in 2050. The main idea of the temple is to show that all religions lead to the only one Truth teaching people to avoid evil intentions and promoting good deeds. The rest of the day will be at your own leisure.
Optional Program: Pattaya Floating Market and Seafood Dinner at $59 per person. The Pattaya Floating Market is the largest floating attraction in the East of Thailand, which would encourage more visitors to come to Pattaya. Pattaya Floating Market not only presents cultures and traditions from different regions of Thailand but also presents niche products from there, such as wooden sculpture, silverware, textile, paper handcrafts, sailing-boat model, wooden-handmade bags, Thai silk, and so on.
Day 9 Pattaya - Bangkok
Check out of the hotel after breakfast and board on the transportation to leave for Bangkok. Along the way, visit the hilltop of Khao Phra Tamnak (Khao Phra Bat) on the south of Pattaya Beach, where one can see the panoramic view of Pattaya City and Pattaya Bay. Then stop at Thai-Silk Center - the best place to shop Thai silk and handicrafts. Arrive in Bangkok in the afternoon and check-in at the hotel. The rest of the day will be at your own leisure.
Optional Program: Asiatique Night Market and Siam Niramit Show with Dinner at $69 per person. Asiatique the Riverfront is an expansive open-air mall with river views and a cutting-edge 'festival market and living museum' concept. It's a fairly new night market located in the heart of Bangkok City. Also, a great meeting place where local and foreign families can come together to revel in an energetic environment. Siam Niramit Show at the Grand Theatre with Dinner- Savor a delicious buffet dinner as you sit back and enjoy the performance. 700 years of history unfold before your eyes as the actors demonstrate pivotal moments of Thailand's history, reenact cultural festivals, and reveal ancient customs.
Day 10 Depart from Bangkok
Check out of the hotel after breakfast today to get ready for your return journey at the end of this tour. Catch the pre-scheduled airport transfer time that will best suit you before your flight departure. In the event when your returning flight is during the early morning hours on the next day, there will be a fixed airport transfer from the hotel this evening. If your flight time is in the early morning the next day and you prefer to spend more free time to enjoy Bangkok on your own before heading home by not boarding the evening airport transfer early, getting to the airport will then be at your own expense.
InterTrips itineraries may contain suggestions for activities for your leisure time; these suggestions do not constitute a recommendation nor an endorsement of any specific service provider and the decision to participate in any such activities should be made independently.
- Tours purchased while travelling may cost an extra 10% or more
- Tours often sell out. Avoid disappointment
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- Travel insurance only covers services purchased prior to departure
- Book Online or call to book these tours up to 1 week before your departure
- The day the optionals operate varies by the day of the week
China Single Entry Visa is valid for USA Citizen only, at least two travelers travel together, We only need your color copy of your passports and one passport-style photo in the size of 2''x2'' to process your visa.
Approval Letter will be mailed to your home via FedEx in about 1 week prior to departure, please provide correct mailing address.
|Day #1||20 Nov 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$169.00|
Tour the Tiananmen Square, which is noted as the largest public square in the world and then the Imperial Palace in the Forbidden City, which was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government.
|Day #3||21 Oct 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$65.00|
Peking Duck Dinner, Beijing's most delicious food, is a must to experience when you come to Beijing. You will also taste the local red wine while enjoying the delicious Peking Duck Dinner. The culinary of Peking duck can be dated back to the Yuan dynasty when it was a dish of imperial food. Peking Duck is prepared from specially-bred Beijing crammed duck with a unique roasting process which gives it a perfect combination of color, aroma and taste, a crisp thin skin and a mouth-melting and delicious flavor. The meat is eaten with scallion, cucumber and sweet bean sauce with pancakes rolled around the fillings. Sometimes pickled radish is also inside, and other sauces can be used. You may also have the chance to enjoy the culinary presentation as the chef roasts the duck directly over the fire and then slices the meat on tableside.
|Day #3||21 Oct 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$35.00|
The Golden Mask Dynasty is a large-scale Chinese musical drama, performed at the OCT Theater in Beijing Happy Valley. The performance is fairy-tale like story of war, royal banquets, and romance. With the Ancient Sanxingdui Civilization as times background, it tells the story of the beautiful Golden Mask Queen who built a glorious kingdom with her wisdom, tolerance, trust and love. The performance has eight chapters and included more than 200 actors from China and abroad. Produced by Chinese playwrights, directors and designers, the play features Chinese dances, acrobatics, costumes, and lighting and acoustics. Coming here, you will be fully immersed in the ancient romantic legend and the marvelous Chinese art.
|Day #4||01 Oct 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$49.00|
Temple of Heaven was a place for emperors to worship the Heaven in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Being first built in 1420, it is the largest and most representative existing place among Chinese ancient sacrificial buildings. Hutongs are narrow alleyways formed by joining together courtyard residence, also are a glimpse – fast disappearing - of what the city used to look like before the skyscrapers started munching the skyline.
|Day #5||21 Oct 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$79.00|
Travel to the Grand Palace, the landmark that tops Bangkok’s must-see list. Head inside the 18th-century walled complex, and stroll around the gold-trimmed pavilions, terraces, shrines and courtyards as you learn how, when and why they were built. Cap your visit with a peek inside the palace’s magnificent Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew), home to a 14th-century Buddha statue carved from jade. Next, ride a boat across the Chao Phraya, Bangkok’s River of Kings and visit the stunning Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun). Admire the Khmer-style, porcelain-mosaic covered spires of this riverfront temple as your guide reveals its religious significance and symbolism.
|Day #6||01 May 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$59.00|
The Alcazar Cabaret Pattaya is recognized internationally throughout the entertainment circuit.Alcazar is more than just a drag queen show and in the early days was not accepted. After years of evolvement and development of new technology, the Alcazar Show is world acclaimed. It has successfully blended the art of acting, stage design, costumes and performance so well that all ages can enjoy the spectacular show. The Alcazar show is a must see for visitors local or foreigners.
|Day #7||01 May 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$59.00|
Pattaya Floating Market is the largest floating attraction in East of Thailand, which would encourage more visitors to come to Pattaya. Pattaya Floating Market not only presents cultures and traditions from different regions of Thailand but also presents niche products from there, such as wooden sculpture, silverware, textile, paper handcrafts, sailing-boat model, wooden-handmade bags, Thai silk, and so on.
|Day #8||01 May 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$59.00|
Asiatique The Riverfrontis an expansive open-air mall with river views and a cutting-edge 'festival market and living museum' concept. It's a fairly new night market located in the heart of Bangkok City.Also a great meeting place where local and foreign families can come together to revel in an energetic environment.
Siam Niramit Show at the Grand Theatre with Dinner- Savor a delicious buffet dinner as you sit back and enjoy the performance. 700 years of history unfolds before your eyes as the actors demonstrate pivotal moments of Thailand's history, reenact cultural festivals, and reveal ancient customs. The thunderous sound effects, world-class lighting, and elaborate props serve to add ?avor and depth to this riveting show.
|Day #9||01 May 2019 - 31 Dec 2049||$69.00|