(TRAVPR.COM) THAILAND – 22nd March 2010 - Indisputably the best event is the daily procession, at the rise of dawn, saffron-robed monks hold their brass begging bowls for the morning tithes. Numbering more than 300, the monks rang in age from age eight at the front to more than 80 years old at the rear. They trudge barefoot in single file, past the kneeling denizens of Bangkok City, who fill the bowls with sticky rice. You too can do your good deed for the day by participating in this alms giving!
But the monks do not survive on rice alone and you need not either! An hour from Bangkok is the Ayuthaya Elephant Camp. Stop at the camp for an elephant ride and enjoy the opportunity to visit the ruins of the famous temples and historic city.
On the way back to the city, you can pull in at the villages and see handmade mulberry paper drying outside, women weaving their silk looms and men making Thai clay pots called celadon.
Make your last stop with breathtaking views of the city as the spires of its wats catch the last rays of the setting sun for your Welcome Cocktail Party. Look carefully at your drinks - semi precious stones are freezed in cubes of ice and served in them ! This is always the hit of the incentive trip for Thailand.
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