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Bangkok: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with 24, 48 or 72-Hour Validity

Bangkok: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with 24, 48 or 72-Hour Validity

Discover Bangkok's gorgeous attractions at your own pace with a hop-on hop-off bus pass. Choose between passes valid for unlimited use for 24, 48, or 72 hours, and create your own flexible itinerary to see what you want to see. With the option of indoor or open-air seating on the double-decker bus, you can soak up views of the city how you please. As you go, listen to an informative audio guide available in 7 languages as you use the unlimited pass to ride the bus towards your next destination. The route is designed to both be awe-inspiring and time-effective. It combines prominent, must-see historical, religious, and cultural sights with modern lifestyle stops in Bangkok that you just can't miss. Buses depart every 60 minutes from the first bus stop from 9 AM until 3.00 PM, and the route from the first stop to the last stop takes around 3–3.5 hours. BUS STOPS • Siam Paragon • MBK Center • Samyan Mitrtown/Wat Hualumpong • Golden Buddha Temple/ Wat Trai Mit • China Town • Grand China Hotel/Dragon Temple Kammalawat • Loha Prasat/Pra Tu Phee • Khao San Road • Giant Swing • Wat Pho • Sanamluang/Royal Grand Palace • Wat Rakhangkhositaram • Wat Arun Rajvararam • ICONSIAM • Mahanakorn Skywalk • Patpong Night Market Customer Service Number/ whatsapp +66 64181 1234

Bangkok: Half-Day Temple and Grand Palace Private Tour

Bangkok: Half-Day Temple and Grand Palace Private Tour

Visit Bangkok's Wat Trimitr and Wat Pho temples as well as the Royal Grand Palace on a private guide tour with multiple language options and hotel pickup service. See spectacular pagodas and golden Buddha statues while getting a deep understanding of Thai culture. After your hotel pickup, start your tour at the Wat Trimitr temple, home of the largest known solid gold Buddha image in the world. Learn about the fascinating history of the 700-year old statue that stands at 15 feet tall and weighs approximately 5.5 tons. Continue through Bangkok’s thriving Chinatown district to the grounds of the Wat Pho temple, a large and extensive monument neighboring the Grand Palace enclave. Here, discover the massive gold plated Reclining Buddha, measuring 46 meters long and 15 meters high, with beautifully inlaid mother-of-pearl soles. Considered to be one of the worlds’ most famous temples, Wat Pho is also regarded as the first center of public education and is sometimes called ‘Thailand’s first university’. Well-known for its Thai massage services within the temple walls, many come here to relax and enjoy a peaceful day. Lastly, head to the Grand Palace, which is situated close to the Chao Phraya, Bangkok’s River of Kings. Explore the public areas of Bangkok’s most popular tourist attraction. Built in 1782 by King Rama, the palace is still often used for royal ceremonies today.

Bangkok: Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun

Bangkok: Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun

Half Day tour (5-6 Hours) from to the central Bangkok City, Thailand. The tour will start early morning where the driver will take you to Centre of Bangkok City where the major Royal buildings exists. Morning Plan We recommend starting the tour in the morning to avoid the hot temperature by picking you up from your hotel and drive straight to the Grand Palace which is still used by the Royalities on special occasion. Here we also head towards the Emerald temple (inside the Palace complex) and then later walk towards to Wat Pho. This should take in total 2-3 hours. Then Walk towards the Ferry which will take us to Wat Arun, spend some time there and click great pictures come back from the pier. Currently Wat Arun is under repair work and construction so we can climb only 1 floor for the view. After which we will return to the pier and walk toward the car which will head back towards the hotel "or" towards Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit) which is another example of great temples (included in 7-hour tour). Reaching hotel, End of Trip Safe and sound.

Customize Your Own Bangkok City & Surrounding Provinces Tour

Customize Your Own Bangkok City & Surrounding Provinces Tour

Discover Bangkok and beyond on this on this full-day private trip. See some of Bangkok's famous sights such as Wat Phra Kaew, but also top sights in the surrounding areas like Red Lotus Floating Market in Pathum Thani, Salt Evaporation Ponds, and Dolphin Viewpoint in Samut Sakhon. Check out the Erawan Museum, famous for its Instagrammable interiors and its large three-headed elephant statue. You can also visit the Mahachai Market, the largest seafood market in Thailand, and Wat Phra Pathom Chedi, which has the tallest stupa (burial mound) in the whole country. Pick 3-4 sites and destinations to visit and have a driver to help you get around. Choose a guide to accompany you and provide cultural insights and historical tidbits. List of Attractions to Choose From: Nakhon Pathom - Wat Phra Pathom Chedi, Sanam Chandra Palace, Wat Samphran (Dragon Temple), Wat Don Wai Floating Market, Wat Rai Khing, Human Imagery Museum, Red Lotus Floating Market Pathum Thani - Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Bua (Lotus) Museum, Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum (SEACM), Wat Bot, Wat Bang Luang, Wat Chedi Hoi Nonthaburi - Koh Kret (an island in the middle of the Chao Phraya river), Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat, Wat Sangkhathan, Wat Prasat, Central Plaza Westgate Samut Prakan - The Erawan Museum (and the three-headed elephant statue), Samut Prakan Ancient City (Mueang Boran - one of the world's largest outdoor museums), Wat Klang Worawihan, Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm & Zoo Samut Sakhon - Mahachai Market (largest seafood market in Thailand), Phanthai Norasing Shrine, Salt Evaporation Ponds, Wat Krok Krak, Dolphin Viewpoint (Wooden Red Bridge) Bangkok - Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), Wat Pho (Temple of reclining Buddha), Wat Saket (Golden Mountain), Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha), Wat Benchamabophit (Beautiful Marble temple), Pak Klong Talad (Flower market), Chinatown (Yaowarat), Erawan Shrine (Four-Faced Buddha), Chatuchak Weekend Market (weekend only), Jodd Fairs Night Market (formerly Talad Rot Fai Ratchada), Jim Thompson House Museum Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize providing water in glass bottles and offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Bangkok: Private Half-Day Temple Tour

Bangkok: Private Half-Day Temple Tour

Visit Bangkok's most unique temples including Wat Trimitr, Wat Pho, and Benjamaborpitr on a private guided tour with multiple language options. See spectacular pagodas and golden Buddha statues while getting a deep understanding of Thai culture. After your hotel pickup, start your tour at the Wat Trimitr temple, home of the largest known solid gold Buddha image in the world. Learn about the fascinating history of the 700-year old statue that stands at 15 feet tall and weighs approximately 5.5 tons. Continue through Bangkok’s thriving Chinatown district to the grounds of the Wat Pho temple, a large and extensive monument neighboring the Grand Palace enclave. Here, discover the massive gold plated Reclining Buddha, measuring 46 meters long and 15 meters high, with beautifully inlaid mother-of-pearl soles.  Considered to be one of the worlds’ most famous temples, Wat Pho is also regarded as the first center of public education and is sometimes called ‘Thailand’s first university’. Well-known for its Thai massage services within the temple walls, many come here to relax and enjoy a peaceful day. Finally, stop at Wat Benjamaborpitr, also called the White Marble Temple and one of the finest examples of Thai architecture that is noted for its elegant white marble façade imported from Italy. Step inside the main chapel to see the country’s most captivating Buddha’s image.

Bangkok’s Iconic Chinatown Experience: Sites & Street Bites

Bangkok’s Iconic Chinatown Experience: Sites & Street Bites

You'll begin this Bangkok Chinatown tour at Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station, it doesn't get any more old-school than this – the station is more than a hundred years old and one of Bangkok's architectural gems. Our first stop is Wat Traimit, the Golden Buddha Temple - an incredible sight to behold and one of the can't miss things to do in Bangkok. This stunning temple enshrines the world's largest solid gold seated Buddha from the Sukhothai Era, measuring nearly five metres high and weighing five and a half tonnes. This temple also houses the Yaowarat Chinese Heritage Centre where you'll learn all about the history of the Chinese people in Thailand and the fascinating relationship between these two countries. Next, you'll get into everything you've been waiting for – bring on the food! With your local guide, you'll head to a 100-year-old coffee shop on Phat Sai Road, where you'll be treated to a traditional Thai coffee, snack, and the opportunity to sit back and soak up the atmosphere. We'll then head to a market specialising in Chinese religious products and fresh food. With a belly full of Bangkok treats, we'll head to our final stop, a hidden gem of a sky bar with 360-degree panoramic views to rival all others in the city. You'll have a chance to relax and refresh with a cold Thai local beer (soft drinks also available) while taking in the breath-taking scene. Your guide will point out Bangkok's significant sights, from the modern malls and skyscrapers, to the historic highlights such as The Grand Palace, Wat Arun, and the Golden Mount.

Bangkok: 2 Temple Tour (Golden Buddha + Marble Temple)

Bangkok: 2 Temple Tour (Golden Buddha + Marble Temple)

Explore the captivating essence of Bangkok on our city tour, where ancient heritage blends seamlessly with modern marvels. Board our comfortable air-conditioned coach as we whisk you away to discover the city's highlights. Marvel at Bangkok's soaring skyscrapers, a testament to its global prominence, before delving into the serene beauty of the Marble Temple. Follow our knowledgeable guide through its ornate halls, adorned with intricate paintings and the revered Lord Buddha Statue. Venture into the heart of Chinatown to behold the majestic Glorious Buddha temple, home to a remarkable 5.5-ton solid gold statue steeped in centuries-old mystery. Conclude your tour with a shopping excursion at the World Gems Gallery, where treasures await to commemorate your Bangkok adventure. Bid farewell to the city, carrying with you cherished memories and newfound treasures from this enchanting journey.

Explore Bangkok's Hidden Alleys, Night Street Market & Sites

Explore Bangkok's Hidden Alleys, Night Street Market & Sites

Step into the lively and dynamic realm of Bangkok's Chinatown, where history and modernity blend seamlessly! Meet your guide at Infront of the Cafe. Our first stop Talat Noi. This hidden gem boasts narrow alleyways adorned with street art. Explore Talat Noi Art Street's lively creativity. Immerse in the cultural tapestry at Rong Kueak Shrine and Chao Mae Shrine. Marvel at the blend of Thai and Chinese architecture, and explore local shops for Talat Noi's unique charm. Next, head towards Chinagate, the iconic gateway to Bangkok's Chinatown. Passing through, you'll find yourself at Wat Traimit, home to the world's largest golden Buddha statue. Take a moment to absorb the serenity of Kuan Yim Shrine nearby, dedicated to the goddess of mercy. The intricate details and cultural richness of these sites make them a must-see. As you step onto Yaowarat Street, let the vibrant atmosphere engulf you. This bustling thoroughfare is the heart of Chinatown and is renowned for its street food. Indulge your taste buds with a variety of authentic Chinese and Thai dishes, from savory dim sum to sweet pastries. The lively street markets offer an array of goods, and the aroma of spices and herbs will guide you through the sensory delights of Yaowarat. Take a detour to the Ong Canal, a tranquil waterway that provides a refreshing break from the bustling streets. Stroll along the canal's edge and observe the traditional way of life that still exists in this part of the city. The canal offers a unique perspective on the coexistence of the old and the new in Chinatown. Head to Pak Khlong Talat flower market afterward, where countless blooms create a lively, fragrant atmosphere. Experience the bustling energy and appreciate the beauty in this vibrant part of Bangkok. Discover tranquility at Ratchaburana Ratchaworawihan Temple (Liap Temple) near Pak Khlong Talat market. Amidst Bangkok's hustle, find peace in its serene ambiance and intricate architecture. Our last stop is the Memorial Bridge, where you can enjoy the backdrop of city views along the Chao Phraya River. As you conclude your walking tour through Bangkok's oldest neighborhood, you'll leave with a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of cultures, flavors, and history that make this district an integral part of the city's identity. The guide can help you reach your desired destination or your hotel.

Shared Tour: Wat Pho, Wat Traimit and Wat Benchamabophit

Shared Tour: Wat Pho, Wat Traimit and Wat Benchamabophit

Welcome to Bangkok, a city where ancient traditions and modern marvels intertwine, and where spirituality finds its expression in magnificent temples. Today, we invite you on a captivating tour of three of Bangkok's most illustrious temples, each a testament to Thailand's rich cultural heritage and spiritual legacy. Our first stop is the Golden Buddha Temple, also known as Wat Traimit. Here, nestled in the bustling heart of Chinatown, lies one of the world's most captivating treasures: a towering, three-meter-tall Buddha statue crafted entirely from radiant gold. As we stand in awe before this glistening masterpiece, we'll delve into the fascinating history of its discovery and the symbolic significance it holds for Buddhists around the globe. We'll make a delightful detour to Bangkok's Flower Market, a bustling hub of color and fragrance where locals and visitors alike gather to marvel at a kaleidoscope of blooms. Here, amidst the vibrant stalls overflowing with fresh flowers, exotic orchids, and aromatic herbs, we'll have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in Bangkok's vibrant floral culture and perhaps even pick up a souvenir to remember this enchanting experience. Next, we'll journey to the serene enclave of Wat Pho, renowned as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. As we wander through the tranquil courtyards and cloisters adorned with intricate murals and ornate stupas, we'll encounter the majestic reclining Buddha, stretching an impressive 46 meters in length. Here, amidst the whispers of prayer and the scent of burning incense, we'll immerse ourselves in the teachings of Buddhism and marvel at the sublime beauty of this sacred sanctuary. Our final destination is Wat Benchamabophit, also known as the Marble Temple, a gleaming jewel of Thai architecture nestled amidst lush gardens and tranquil ponds. As we approach the temple's elegant façade, adorned with exquisite marble carvings and gilded spires, we'll step into a realm of serenity and grace. Inside, we'll admire the delicate craftsmanship of the Buddha images and pay homage to the temple's founder, King Chulalongkorn, whose vision brought this architectural marvel to life. Join us on this unforgettable journey through Bangkok's spiritual landscape, where each temple unveils a chapter of Thailand's storied past and offers a glimpse into the timeless wisdom of Buddhism.

Bangkok: Wat Traimit, Wat Po and Wat Benchamabophit Tour

Bangkok: Wat Traimit, Wat Po and Wat Benchamabophit Tour

Bangkok’s Buddhist temples are world-famous and this tour takes you to three of the most unusual ones that this city has to offer. You will start at the ornate Wat Traimit, which is situated at the end of Chinatown’s buzzing Yaowarat Road. This temple is home to a unique Golden Buddha that weighs 5.5 tons. Next is the largest temple complex in Bangkok, Wat Po, which has an impressive reclining Buddha that is 46 meters in length. Wat Po is also home to the Pagodas of the Kings. The last stop on this temple tour takes you to the district of Dusit to Wat Benchamabophit. Also known as the White Marble Temple, this is a fine example of Thai architecture and offers great photo opportunities.

Golden Buddha, Bangkok: Our most recommended tours and activities

Bangkok: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with 24, 48 or 72-Hour Validity

Bangkok: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with 24, 48 or 72-Hour Validity

Discover Bangkok's gorgeous attractions at your own pace with a hop-on hop-off bus pass. Choose between passes valid for unlimited use for 24, 48, or 72 hours, and create your own flexible itinerary to see what you want to see. With the option of indoor or open-air seating on the double-decker bus, you can soak up views of the city how you please. As you go, listen to an informative audio guide available in 7 languages as you use the unlimited pass to ride the bus towards your next destination. The route is designed to both be awe-inspiring and time-effective. It combines prominent, must-see historical, religious, and cultural sights with modern lifestyle stops in Bangkok that you just can't miss. Buses depart every 60 minutes from the first bus stop from 9 AM until 3.00 PM, and the route from the first stop to the last stop takes around 3–3.5 hours. BUS STOPS • Siam Paragon • MBK Center • Samyan Mitrtown/Wat Hualumpong • Golden Buddha Temple/ Wat Trai Mit • China Town • Grand China Hotel/Dragon Temple Kammalawat • Loha Prasat/Pra Tu Phee • Khao San Road • Giant Swing • Wat Pho • Sanamluang/Royal Grand Palace • Wat Rakhangkhositaram • Wat Arun Rajvararam • ICONSIAM • Mahanakorn Skywalk • Patpong Night Market Customer Service Number/ whatsapp +66 64181 1234

Bangkok: Half-Day Temple and Grand Palace Private Tour

Bangkok: Half-Day Temple and Grand Palace Private Tour

Visit Bangkok's Wat Trimitr and Wat Pho temples as well as the Royal Grand Palace on a private guide tour with multiple language options and hotel pickup service. See spectacular pagodas and golden Buddha statues while getting a deep understanding of Thai culture. After your hotel pickup, start your tour at the Wat Trimitr temple, home of the largest known solid gold Buddha image in the world. Learn about the fascinating history of the 700-year old statue that stands at 15 feet tall and weighs approximately 5.5 tons. Continue through Bangkok’s thriving Chinatown district to the grounds of the Wat Pho temple, a large and extensive monument neighboring the Grand Palace enclave. Here, discover the massive gold plated Reclining Buddha, measuring 46 meters long and 15 meters high, with beautifully inlaid mother-of-pearl soles. Considered to be one of the worlds’ most famous temples, Wat Pho is also regarded as the first center of public education and is sometimes called ‘Thailand’s first university’. Well-known for its Thai massage services within the temple walls, many come here to relax and enjoy a peaceful day. Lastly, head to the Grand Palace, which is situated close to the Chao Phraya, Bangkok’s River of Kings. Explore the public areas of Bangkok’s most popular tourist attraction. Built in 1782 by King Rama, the palace is still often used for royal ceremonies today.

Bangkok: Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun

Bangkok: Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun

Half Day tour (5-6 Hours) from to the central Bangkok City, Thailand. The tour will start early morning where the driver will take you to Centre of Bangkok City where the major Royal buildings exists. Morning Plan We recommend starting the tour in the morning to avoid the hot temperature by picking you up from your hotel and drive straight to the Grand Palace which is still used by the Royalities on special occasion. Here we also head towards the Emerald temple (inside the Palace complex) and then later walk towards to Wat Pho. This should take in total 2-3 hours. Then Walk towards the Ferry which will take us to Wat Arun, spend some time there and click great pictures come back from the pier. Currently Wat Arun is under repair work and construction so we can climb only 1 floor for the view. After which we will return to the pier and walk toward the car which will head back towards the hotel "or" towards Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit) which is another example of great temples (included in 7-hour tour). Reaching hotel, End of Trip Safe and sound.

Customize Your Own Bangkok City & Surrounding Provinces Tour

Customize Your Own Bangkok City & Surrounding Provinces Tour

Discover Bangkok and beyond on this on this full-day private trip. See some of Bangkok's famous sights such as Wat Phra Kaew, but also top sights in the surrounding areas like Red Lotus Floating Market in Pathum Thani, Salt Evaporation Ponds, and Dolphin Viewpoint in Samut Sakhon. Check out the Erawan Museum, famous for its Instagrammable interiors and its large three-headed elephant statue. You can also visit the Mahachai Market, the largest seafood market in Thailand, and Wat Phra Pathom Chedi, which has the tallest stupa (burial mound) in the whole country. Pick 3-4 sites and destinations to visit and have a driver to help you get around. Choose a guide to accompany you and provide cultural insights and historical tidbits. List of Attractions to Choose From: Nakhon Pathom - Wat Phra Pathom Chedi, Sanam Chandra Palace, Wat Samphran (Dragon Temple), Wat Don Wai Floating Market, Wat Rai Khing, Human Imagery Museum, Red Lotus Floating Market Pathum Thani - Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Bua (Lotus) Museum, Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum (SEACM), Wat Bot, Wat Bang Luang, Wat Chedi Hoi Nonthaburi - Koh Kret (an island in the middle of the Chao Phraya river), Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat, Wat Sangkhathan, Wat Prasat, Central Plaza Westgate Samut Prakan - The Erawan Museum (and the three-headed elephant statue), Samut Prakan Ancient City (Mueang Boran - one of the world's largest outdoor museums), Wat Klang Worawihan, Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm & Zoo Samut Sakhon - Mahachai Market (largest seafood market in Thailand), Phanthai Norasing Shrine, Salt Evaporation Ponds, Wat Krok Krak, Dolphin Viewpoint (Wooden Red Bridge) Bangkok - Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), Wat Pho (Temple of reclining Buddha), Wat Saket (Golden Mountain), Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha), Wat Benchamabophit (Beautiful Marble temple), Pak Klong Talad (Flower market), Chinatown (Yaowarat), Erawan Shrine (Four-Faced Buddha), Chatuchak Weekend Market (weekend only), Jodd Fairs Night Market (formerly Talad Rot Fai Ratchada), Jim Thompson House Museum Enjoy a low-impact way of exploring. On this tour, you explore sustainable experiences that prioritize providing water in glass bottles and offsetting carbon emissions in every tour, reducing your environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Bangkok: Private Half-Day Temple Tour

Bangkok: Private Half-Day Temple Tour

Visit Bangkok's most unique temples including Wat Trimitr, Wat Pho, and Benjamaborpitr on a private guided tour with multiple language options. See spectacular pagodas and golden Buddha statues while getting a deep understanding of Thai culture. After your hotel pickup, start your tour at the Wat Trimitr temple, home of the largest known solid gold Buddha image in the world. Learn about the fascinating history of the 700-year old statue that stands at 15 feet tall and weighs approximately 5.5 tons. Continue through Bangkok’s thriving Chinatown district to the grounds of the Wat Pho temple, a large and extensive monument neighboring the Grand Palace enclave. Here, discover the massive gold plated Reclining Buddha, measuring 46 meters long and 15 meters high, with beautifully inlaid mother-of-pearl soles.  Considered to be one of the worlds’ most famous temples, Wat Pho is also regarded as the first center of public education and is sometimes called ‘Thailand’s first university’. Well-known for its Thai massage services within the temple walls, many come here to relax and enjoy a peaceful day. Finally, stop at Wat Benjamaborpitr, also called the White Marble Temple and one of the finest examples of Thai architecture that is noted for its elegant white marble façade imported from Italy. Step inside the main chapel to see the country’s most captivating Buddha’s image.

Bangkok’s Iconic Chinatown Experience: Sites & Street Bites

Bangkok’s Iconic Chinatown Experience: Sites & Street Bites

You'll begin this Bangkok Chinatown tour at Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station, it doesn't get any more old-school than this – the station is more than a hundred years old and one of Bangkok's architectural gems. Our first stop is Wat Traimit, the Golden Buddha Temple - an incredible sight to behold and one of the can't miss things to do in Bangkok. This stunning temple enshrines the world's largest solid gold seated Buddha from the Sukhothai Era, measuring nearly five metres high and weighing five and a half tonnes. This temple also houses the Yaowarat Chinese Heritage Centre where you'll learn all about the history of the Chinese people in Thailand and the fascinating relationship between these two countries. Next, you'll get into everything you've been waiting for – bring on the food! With your local guide, you'll head to a 100-year-old coffee shop on Phat Sai Road, where you'll be treated to a traditional Thai coffee, snack, and the opportunity to sit back and soak up the atmosphere. We'll then head to a market specialising in Chinese religious products and fresh food. With a belly full of Bangkok treats, we'll head to our final stop, a hidden gem of a sky bar with 360-degree panoramic views to rival all others in the city. You'll have a chance to relax and refresh with a cold Thai local beer (soft drinks also available) while taking in the breath-taking scene. Your guide will point out Bangkok's significant sights, from the modern malls and skyscrapers, to the historic highlights such as The Grand Palace, Wat Arun, and the Golden Mount.

Bangkok: 2 Temple Tour (Golden Buddha + Marble Temple)

Bangkok: 2 Temple Tour (Golden Buddha + Marble Temple)

Explore the captivating essence of Bangkok on our city tour, where ancient heritage blends seamlessly with modern marvels. Board our comfortable air-conditioned coach as we whisk you away to discover the city's highlights. Marvel at Bangkok's soaring skyscrapers, a testament to its global prominence, before delving into the serene beauty of the Marble Temple. Follow our knowledgeable guide through its ornate halls, adorned with intricate paintings and the revered Lord Buddha Statue. Venture into the heart of Chinatown to behold the majestic Glorious Buddha temple, home to a remarkable 5.5-ton solid gold statue steeped in centuries-old mystery. Conclude your tour with a shopping excursion at the World Gems Gallery, where treasures await to commemorate your Bangkok adventure. Bid farewell to the city, carrying with you cherished memories and newfound treasures from this enchanting journey.

Explore Bangkok's Hidden Alleys, Night Street Market & Sites

Explore Bangkok's Hidden Alleys, Night Street Market & Sites

Step into the lively and dynamic realm of Bangkok's Chinatown, where history and modernity blend seamlessly! Meet your guide at Infront of the Cafe. Our first stop Talat Noi. This hidden gem boasts narrow alleyways adorned with street art. Explore Talat Noi Art Street's lively creativity. Immerse in the cultural tapestry at Rong Kueak Shrine and Chao Mae Shrine. Marvel at the blend of Thai and Chinese architecture, and explore local shops for Talat Noi's unique charm. Next, head towards Chinagate, the iconic gateway to Bangkok's Chinatown. Passing through, you'll find yourself at Wat Traimit, home to the world's largest golden Buddha statue. Take a moment to absorb the serenity of Kuan Yim Shrine nearby, dedicated to the goddess of mercy. The intricate details and cultural richness of these sites make them a must-see. As you step onto Yaowarat Street, let the vibrant atmosphere engulf you. This bustling thoroughfare is the heart of Chinatown and is renowned for its street food. Indulge your taste buds with a variety of authentic Chinese and Thai dishes, from savory dim sum to sweet pastries. The lively street markets offer an array of goods, and the aroma of spices and herbs will guide you through the sensory delights of Yaowarat. Take a detour to the Ong Canal, a tranquil waterway that provides a refreshing break from the bustling streets. Stroll along the canal's edge and observe the traditional way of life that still exists in this part of the city. The canal offers a unique perspective on the coexistence of the old and the new in Chinatown. Head to Pak Khlong Talat flower market afterward, where countless blooms create a lively, fragrant atmosphere. Experience the bustling energy and appreciate the beauty in this vibrant part of Bangkok. Discover tranquility at Ratchaburana Ratchaworawihan Temple (Liap Temple) near Pak Khlong Talat market. Amidst Bangkok's hustle, find peace in its serene ambiance and intricate architecture. Our last stop is the Memorial Bridge, where you can enjoy the backdrop of city views along the Chao Phraya River. As you conclude your walking tour through Bangkok's oldest neighborhood, you'll leave with a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of cultures, flavors, and history that make this district an integral part of the city's identity. The guide can help you reach your desired destination or your hotel.

Shared Tour: Wat Pho, Wat Traimit and Wat Benchamabophit

Shared Tour: Wat Pho, Wat Traimit and Wat Benchamabophit

Welcome to Bangkok, a city where ancient traditions and modern marvels intertwine, and where spirituality finds its expression in magnificent temples. Today, we invite you on a captivating tour of three of Bangkok's most illustrious temples, each a testament to Thailand's rich cultural heritage and spiritual legacy. Our first stop is the Golden Buddha Temple, also known as Wat Traimit. Here, nestled in the bustling heart of Chinatown, lies one of the world's most captivating treasures: a towering, three-meter-tall Buddha statue crafted entirely from radiant gold. As we stand in awe before this glistening masterpiece, we'll delve into the fascinating history of its discovery and the symbolic significance it holds for Buddhists around the globe. We'll make a delightful detour to Bangkok's Flower Market, a bustling hub of color and fragrance where locals and visitors alike gather to marvel at a kaleidoscope of blooms. Here, amidst the vibrant stalls overflowing with fresh flowers, exotic orchids, and aromatic herbs, we'll have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in Bangkok's vibrant floral culture and perhaps even pick up a souvenir to remember this enchanting experience. Next, we'll journey to the serene enclave of Wat Pho, renowned as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. As we wander through the tranquil courtyards and cloisters adorned with intricate murals and ornate stupas, we'll encounter the majestic reclining Buddha, stretching an impressive 46 meters in length. Here, amidst the whispers of prayer and the scent of burning incense, we'll immerse ourselves in the teachings of Buddhism and marvel at the sublime beauty of this sacred sanctuary. Our final destination is Wat Benchamabophit, also known as the Marble Temple, a gleaming jewel of Thai architecture nestled amidst lush gardens and tranquil ponds. As we approach the temple's elegant façade, adorned with exquisite marble carvings and gilded spires, we'll step into a realm of serenity and grace. Inside, we'll admire the delicate craftsmanship of the Buddha images and pay homage to the temple's founder, King Chulalongkorn, whose vision brought this architectural marvel to life. Join us on this unforgettable journey through Bangkok's spiritual landscape, where each temple unveils a chapter of Thailand's storied past and offers a glimpse into the timeless wisdom of Buddhism.

Bangkok: Wat Traimit, Wat Po and Wat Benchamabophit Tour

Bangkok: Wat Traimit, Wat Po and Wat Benchamabophit Tour

Bangkok’s Buddhist temples are world-famous and this tour takes you to three of the most unusual ones that this city has to offer. You will start at the ornate Wat Traimit, which is situated at the end of Chinatown’s buzzing Yaowarat Road. This temple is home to a unique Golden Buddha that weighs 5.5 tons. Next is the largest temple complex in Bangkok, Wat Po, which has an impressive reclining Buddha that is 46 meters in length. Wat Po is also home to the Pagodas of the Kings. The last stop on this temple tour takes you to the district of Dusit to Wat Benchamabophit. Also known as the White Marble Temple, this is a fine example of Thai architecture and offers great photo opportunities.

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(258 reviews)

This is the first thing my wife and I did when we came to Bangkok. It’s a great way to see all the main attractions and get an understanding of the map. The freedom to get off at any stop and grab the next bus to continue your exploration is awesome. Highly recommended!

Our guide was excellent. The tour was a great way to see the temples and the palace and our guide was very informative and explained so much to us that we wouldn’t have known about had we done the tour ourselves.

Fantastic time with Zonya. She told all about the history of Thailand. Highly recommend!

It was nice, but the top of the bus should be covered because of the heat and sun.

Alright. especially the possibility of using audio in your language