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  • Bangkok: Private Transfer to Ancient City & Erawan Museum

    1. Bangkok: Private Transfer to Ancient City & Erawan Museum

    Visit 2 of the most famous attractions in Samut Prakan province, Erawan Museum and Ancient City, with a convenient single ticket. Benefit from pickup and drop-off from/to your hotel in Bangkok city center and travel with a friendly driver for the day. First, find out how Erawan Museum, located just outside of Bangkok, was constructed as a symbol of peace and humanity, and now showcases the arts, philosophies, religious diversity, and spirit of Asia. Upon arrival, marvel at the giant 3-headed elephant sculpture which makes up part of the exterior building. This attraction is the first and largest hand-carved sculpture in the world. Then, head over to Ancient Siam, also known as the Ancient City - a park constructed under the patronage of Lek Viriyaphant and spreading over 200 acres in the shape of Thailand. The founder's idea was to create a golf course filled with miniatures of Thailan...

  • Bangkok Hidden Highlights: Full Day Instagram Tour

    2. Bangkok Hidden Highlights: Full Day Instagram Tour

    Diversify your social media channels with something other than the Grand Palace and Khao San Road. This Instagram tour of Bangkok is just the thing for Instagrammers, bloggers, photographers and anyone with a penchant for unusual, colorful locations. Your local tour guide will take you on a full day memorable trip around the city, stopping at some of the most interesting and photo-worthy places in the capital. Wat Arun, better known as The Temple of Dawn, is a 500-year-old site decorated with porcelain, seashells and countless Buddha statues. The dreamy white spires and serene river setting make the perfect spot for snapping gorgeous photos. Erawan Museum isn't your average stuffy museum, this hidden treasure trove is located a 40-minute drive south of Bangkok. As soon as you see the enormous three-headed elephant statue up front, you’ll agree it’s worth the ride. Continue to the Airpl...

    It was a nice experience except for the Airplane Graveyard which is I think not safe for tourist plus the area seems not accomodating that's why we need to leave the place as soon as we got there. Other than that, it was a wonderful day for us in spite of the rain. The tour guides were very friendly and they brought us to a nice Thai Restaurant for us to try their food.

  • Samut Prakan: Erawan Museum Discounted Admission Ticket

    3. Samut Prakan: Erawan Museum Discounted Admission Ticket

    Enjoy access to the Erawan Museum, located just outside Bangkok in Samut Prakan province. Find out how the museum was constructed as a symbol of peace and humanity, showcasing the arts, philosophies, religious diversity, and spirit of Asia. Receive a discounted ticket that allows you access at a specified date and time. When you arrive, marvel at the giant 3-headed elephant sculpture which makes up part of the exterior building. This attraction is the first and biggest hand-carved sculpture in the world. As you enter, discover how the museum is sectioned into 3 levels which symbolize the underworld, the earth, and heaven in a lot of religious and philosophical thinking. Start at the Suvarnabhumi Level, the underground level of the Elephant. Observe a showcase of ancient artifacts and porcelain - all part of the owner's prized collection - which represent 'the past'. Admire numerous arti...

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based on 4 reviews

It was a nice experience except for the Airplane Graveyard which is I think not safe for tourist plus the area seems not accomodating that's why we need to leave the place as soon as we got there. Other than that, it was a wonderful day for us in spite of the rain. The tour guides were very friendly and they brought us to a nice Thai Restaurant for us to try their food.

We had a very nice and pleasant day, the airplane graveyard had not really been necessary, but was something else than a tempek. The elephant museum was the pinnacle of the day. We had a fantastic guide and an excellent driver.