Explore Bangkok and Shanghai with Sukhothai Hotels


Explore Bangkok and Shanghai with Sukhothai Hotels. Spend four exhilarating days in Bangkok at the luxurious Sukhothai Hotel and change your pace with four enchanting days in Shanghai where you will be accommodated at the Sukhothai Shanghai. Sukhothai Hotels host their guests in the same welcoming, attentive and gracious manner like how they would care for a guest at our own house.  Attentive and discreet, their passionate associates warmly yet respectfully greet all guests by their first name, knowledgeably remember their preferences, confidently attend to their requests, professionally execute every task, insightfully anticipate their needs, thoughtfully inspire them a new perspective, or helpfully offer a kind gesture that brings a smile. This is the Sukhothai experience.

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    Explore Bangkok and Shanghai with Sukhothai Hotels. Spend four exhilarating days in Bangkok at the luxurious Sukhothai Hotel and change your pace with four enchanting days in Shanghai where you will be accommodated at the Sukhothai Shanghai.


    “Thailand” translates to “land of the free” and we think it’s about time that you free yourself from your day-to-day duties and take the trip of a lifetime. We aim to make your travels in Thailand as stress-free as possible. That’s why we take care of your hotel reservations, take you to see the most popular sights, and provide you with a delicious breakfast every morning. And if that weren’t enough, we set you up with a Local Host® who can provide suggestions about what to see and do during your stay.

    Your 4-day vacation begins the moment you arrive in Bangkok. We arrange your private transfer from the airport to your hotel, where your Local Host will greet you and help acquaint you with the city. The next morning, after an included breakfast, discover the history and highlights of the city on a private guided tour. Your day will start with a boat ride through Bangkok’s canals, or klongs, to see family homes and temples—you’ll quickly see why they call this city “Venice of the East.” Next, visit Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn, and the Grand Palace, which houses the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Lastly, stop at the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok, featuring one of the largest Buddha statues in Thailand.

    The following day you are free to explore on your own. You may consider a visit to Jim Thompson’s House; a dinner cruise on the Chao Phraya River; or take an excursion to colorful Damnoen Saduak floating market. Your Local Host can help you with suggestions.

    Between the transportation we’ve arranged, the sightseeing we’ve included, and the hotels we’ve booked, the only thing left for you to do is pack your bags and enjoy your experience!

    Your Hotel in Bangkok

    Guests at The Sukhothai Bangkok may differ in their opinions about many things, but there is one they all agree on – that The Sukhothai Bangkok is like no other.

    Handmade artistry in each movement. Service made legendary. The marriage of tradition with modern sophistication. Elegance that has captivated travelers for years. The famed hospitality of Thailand. Sanctuary in the heart of downtown Bangkok.

    Bangkok Insider Recommendations

    The Blue Elephant
    You may decide you can’t get enough of the delicious local flavors, and if that’s the case, spend half a day at The Blue Elephant to learn how to prepare authentic Thai at home. This cooking school takes you through the entire process—from shopping at a market to enjoying your dishes. While it’s somewhat more expensive than a half day of museums and lunch, the long-term benefits are immense.

    Lumpini Park
    Lumpini Park is an inner-city haven of peace, fresh air and greenery – inviting visitors to connect with nature or enjoy outdoor leisure activities. Named after the birthplace of the Lord Buddha in Nepal, the park is a shady oasis home to various flora and fauna including the eccentric water monitor lizard.

    Grease the elbows and stretch the knees; it’s time for a hectic shopping experience. There’s something for everyone here—from the bargain-hunter to the clinically fashionable. Clothing, jewelry, crafts, and much more are on full display in this busy area. Make sure you venture behind the street-front vendors to Pratunam Market for international goods. Keep in mind, bargaining here is more about being friendly and respectful.

    Apoteka Lux Bar
    With an old school feel, the Apoteka Lux Bar is based on an outdated word for pharmacist and emulates a 19th century apothecary. Come for the live music or grab a spot at the patio for a nice place to curl up for a romantic night or meet some friends.

    Go Sky High
    Bangkok is blessed with several “Sky High” options where you can have dinner and/or drinks with a stunning view over the city. Check out the Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar on the 45th floor of the Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit for a great sunset or romantic meal with the only 360 degree view of Bangkok. Be prepared to pay a little more but it’s worth it!

    Thai massage
    There are countless places offering traditional Thai massage in Bangkok. One of the best choices is the Thai Massage School at Wat Pho. Many of the local masseuse and masseurs were taught here, and you can get a 1-hour massage for $15 to $20 USD. You can also learn the techniques for yourself!

    Ride a tuk-tuk
    These small 3-wheeled vehicles are an interesting way to get around and should be tried by anyone traveling to Bangkok. Make sure to negotiate the fare before sitting down.

    Shanghai is the country’s most industrious and glamorous city on China tours. Rated as having the highest population in the country, this growing metropolis is a fascinating blend of cultures – old and new, as well as eastern and western. It is the most influential city in Eastern China economically, culturally, and technologically, and now boasts the world’s largest container trading port.

    Shanghai doesn’t have a downtown core but rather urban centers which are scattered in various districts. The Huangpu River which is a tributary to the Yangtze River is the dividing line of Shanghai’s two major districts.

    Your Hotel in Shanghai

    Experience the traditional virtue of hospitality with a contemporary twist, complemented with meticulously designed facilities and hotel services to accommodate to the modern urbanites. Discover your personal comfort in the heart of this vibrant city through personalized services curated by The Sukhothai Shanghai.

    Shanghai Insider Recommendations

    Jade Buddha Temple
    Located in the western part of Shanghai the famous Jade Buddha Temple makes for an interesting visit. Built between 1918 and 1928, this temple is one of the city’s few active Buddhist monasteries. Here you can see two stunning jade Buddha statues that were brought from Burma in 1882 by a monk named Huigen.

    Xin Tiandi
    This huge space features a multitude of food and beverage, retail, entertainment, recreational, and residential facilities in restored “shikumen” houses, a form of traditional and unique architecture only found in Shanghai. It is a nice place to wander around for a bit.

    Nanjing Road
    Nanjing road was one of the first commercial streets that appeared in Shanghai after the city opened as a port to foreign trade about 150 years ago. For decades, it was one of the country’s largest commercial hubs. In the 1930s, Nanjing road claimed the reputation as the retail center in China, gathering almost all the most famous shops, many of which were established in the Qing Dynasty. Today, these century-old businesses continue to draw throngs of customers and despite the ups and downs in Shanghai’s history, Nanjing Road has not lost the reputation as China’s most bustling shopping street.

    This area offers a wide variety of shops from cafes, bars and restaurants to art galleries, craft stores, and studios. What makes this area unique is that it doesn’t not look or feel like a shopping mall area. Tianzifang preserves its distinctly residential feel – with electric cables strung overhead and air-conditioning units perched to the outside of buildings.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

    Our Elite Travel Collection Includes the Following:

    • Deluxe accommodation from our hand-picked collection
    • A professional guide waiting to meet you upon arrival at your destination
    • Private car transfers or limousine service
    • Private guides when sightseeing
    • Daily breakfast (Optional meal plans are available)
    • Sightseeing as described in each itinerary are included
    • Your personalized itinerary with listings of things to see and do, and our personal recommendations.
    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

    What’s Not Included:

    • Flight not listed in your itinerary
    • Visa Fees: Please make sure that you have got your valid passport and visa before your entry. We can send you a free official invitation letter to assist you in obtaining your visa after the reservation deposit is received
    • Sightseeing not listed in the itinerary
    • Meals not listed in the itinerary
    • Personal expenses such as room service, internet charge, laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, optional activities, etc.
    • Gratuities, tips to guides, drivers, bellboys, etc.
    • Airline baggage fees
    • Travel Protection Plan – Please kindly note that the full coverage travel protection from your country of origin should be purchased in advance on your own
    • Optional activities
    • Incidentals

      Welcome to Bangkok, nicknamed “Venice of the East!” Your hotel room is available for mid-afternoon check-in.

      Your Local Host will be available to provide you with recommendations while on vacation to help you make the most out of your free time.

    2. DAY 2 BANGKOK

      Today’s PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR starts with a BOAT RIDE through the klongs, Bangkok’s canals. Next, stop at Wat Arun, the TEMPLE OF THE DAWN, whose 260-foot-tall spire has become identified with Bangkok. Continue on to the GRAND PALACE, comprised of the Funeral Palace, the Reception Palace, the Throne Hall, the Coronation Hall, the Royal Guest House, and the TEMPLE OF THE EMERALD BUDDHA. Also visit the TEMPLE OF THE RECLINING BUDDHA, the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. It houses more than 1,000 Buddha images, including the 49-foot-high and 151-foot-long massive Reclining Buddha. (B,L)

    3. DAY 3 BANGKOK

      Enjoy a full day at leisure to explore on your own. Your Local Host can help with suggestions to help maximize your time. (B)


      After breakfast this morning, your guide will meet you and  accompany you to Bangkok Airport for your flight to Shanghai.  Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted by your local host who will escort you to your private transfer from the airport to your hotel.   Remainder o the day is free to explore on your own. (B)

      Your Local Host can help with suggestions to help maximize your time. (B)


      Your PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR starts at the YU YUAN GARDENS, dating back to the Ming Dynasty. Then, stroll along the Bund, the city’s riverfront boulevard lined with historic buildings, housing, banks, and trade houses. For lunch, stop at a local restaurant featuring XIAOLONGBAO, Shanghai’s most famous dish. These tasty soup dumplings are handmade with at least 18 intricate folds to close the top. The broth is the star so, to avoid wasting a single drop, gently pick up the dumpling, dip in sauce, and transfer to a Chinese soup spoon. Next, make a small hole to release the steam and allow the broth to cool. After it cools, sip up the broth and then swallow the dumpling. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. (B,L)


      This morning, your PRIVATE GUIDED SIGHTSEEING starts at the SHANGHAI MUSEUM, featuring stunning displays of ancient bronze, jade, and ceramics. Then, take a WALKING TOUR of the former French Concession, once Shanghai’s leading residential and retail area. Today, the qualities that made the area so popular endure—from quaint, tree-lined streets and exquisite architecture to charming shops and fashionable restaurants and bars. Along the way, see the famous Art Deco Cathay Theatre, explore the narrow lanes of Xintiandi, and visit Fuxing Park, where locals play chess, dance, practice tai chi, and more. The afternoon is at your leisure. (B)


      Enjoy this free day to explore Shanghai on your own. (B)

      Your Local Host will be available to provide you with recommendations while on vacation to help you make the most out of your free time.


      Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. Then proceed to Shanghai Airport for your return flight home. (B)





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