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* A traveler said: "Very professionally run, walk through the markets was informative, facilities for cooking were excellent, recipe book and hands on cooking were fun."
* A traveler said: "Most informative tour. We ate things we would never have dreamt of trying if Cream hadn’t suggested them and told us what they were. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Thank you"
* A traveler said: "Excellent guide. Very knowledgeable and efficient. All components of the itinerary were handled well."
* A traveler said: "Awesome experience! Very nice and friendly guide. It's a one in a lifetime experience. The food is very good too."
* A traveler said: "This was a great half day tour. Going in the morning we beat the crowds. Our guide was very knowledgeable and may the morning very interesting. I would definitely recommend this tour."
* A traveler said: "Trip to floating markets and bridge on the river Kwai was very good guide was very nice and helpful it was also good that it was only a small group of people overall it was a very good day"
* A traveler said: "From start to finish, very good and informative tour guide excellent.. floating market, long boat excellent."
* A traveler said: "Excellent adventure experiencing fantastic Thai cuisine. Great guides who kept us entertained throughout the morning. Food from street to restaurant and everything in between! Totally stuffed for the rest of the day so definitely go hungry! Great fun!"
* A traveler said: "This is a great tour. Combination of Floating Markets and the Bridge on River Kwai is just like hitting two birds with one stone. The guide Niko gave us good information of the places we visited."
* A traveler said: "Belle is a good tour guide and very knowledgeable with locals. She brought us to some hidden place that not normal route can find."
* A traveler said: "It takes one hour to get by car from Hua Hin to Petchaburi palace. There is a nice view from windows of the palace located on the hill and you get there by cable car. The palace itself is not particularly jaw dropping: only several sparsely furnished rooms and you cannot take pictures inside. Dress code is strictly enforced. Shoulders and knees have to be covered. If your shorts are too short guys you will,have to pull them down to cover the knees and if it is impossible you will have to rent a thin blanket for a few baht. After the palace you drive to a nearby temple which is OK. but pretty middle of the road for Thailand. The most interesting is the last attraction - the “royal cave” with countless golden Buddhas but be prepared for a 100 step walk down to the cave and then the same 100 steps up to get out. Not a huge challenge but definitely not for older or disabled people, especially on a hot, sticky day. The trip ends with a nice lunch included in your price at one of the hotels in town. Our guide was pleasant and informative. We were back in our hotel around 2 pm. Overall a nice side trip from Hua Hin once you got your fill of the beach and shopping malls in town."
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