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Experience the fascination of Thailand from another perspective! We will take you to the floating markets of Bangkok, the former capital Ayutthaya and the River Kwai. Afterwards you have the possibility to enjoy a few days at the beach in Hua Hin – of course everything is possible in a wheelchair as this package is completly accessible.
Suvarnabhumi Int. Airport, Bangkok
The tour has been planned and all accommodation and transport has been selected by specialised travel agency Reisen Erleben, who has a long experience both in accessible travel and in trips to Thailand.
One of your hotels was created by a wheelchair user: he built completely barrier-free bungalows and several buildings. Equipped with a boat dock, small restaurant, wheelchair swing – provides the ideal conditions for excursions in the area.
The beach locations selected are very wheelchair friendly and allow for an independent sea holiday. For any emergency the agency has a local specialised person, ready to intervene should you need assistance.
Landing at Suvarnabhumi Int. Airport of Bangkok: you will be welcomed by our tour guide and go to your 3 star hotel near the floating markets (90 minutes drive approx). The rest of the day is free. The hotel was built completely barrier-free, both the bungalows and several buildings, as the owner himself is in a wheelchair.
Today is dedicated to traditional Thailand. You will visit the floating markets of Damneon Saduak and go by boat directly from the hotel to the floating markets. Return to your hotel around noon. In the afternoon you have the possibility to test the hotel’s own speedboat over the Klongs – special fare conditions apply.
On your third day we will drive to the ancient capital of the kingdom of Siam, to Ayutthaya (also known as the “Venice of the East”), which is the opposite of Bangkok. For about 400 years, Ayutthaya was the capital of the Kingdom of Siam, until the city was conquered by the Burmese in April 1767, almost completely destroyed and plundered.
After breakfast, start the day with the drive to Bangkok. In the morning you will reach the Royal Palace – the 218400 m² large area can mostly be visited by wheelchair. Afterwards we go on to Siam Paragon, one of the biggest shopping malls in Bangkok. More than 500,000 square meters of shops and various entertainment activities!
After breakfast you will have some time to pack, then continue to your hotel to Pranburi or Pattaya. The journey takes about 2.5 to 3 hours, depending on traffic. Arrival in the early afternoon at your hotel and remaining part of the evening is free.
Day at leisure or in alternative a city tour in Hua Hin or Pattaya – special fee applies.
Days at leisure. Relax by the hotel pool or on the beach, explore bustling Pattaya or enjoy the tranquility and relaxation of Pranburi.
Pick up at your booked hotel in Pranburi or Pattaya and transfer to Suvarnabhumi Int. Airport of Bangkok for your flight back or additional trip extension.
You can have an extension in Pranburi in a 4 star hotel with pool lift, beach taxi and shuttle service to the beach.The hotel is completely barrier-free – the 12 bungalows can be reached via a ramp on the side, the hotel was planned down to the smallest detail. The family facility is the perfect place for a carefree relaxing quiet holiday. In Pranburi you can do the beach promenade with your scooter, experience the coastal town with the beautiful beach far away from the hustle and bustle . This area is an accessible paradise for wheelchair travellers in Thailand!