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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: Hop On Hop Off Tuk Tuk & Boat Chao Phraya River

Bangkok: Hop On Hop Off Tuk Tuk & Boat Chao Phraya River

Make the most out of your time in Bangkok by getting a 1-day unlimited Hop on Hop off on pass for both Tuk Tuk Hop and Tourist Boat. Jump on the iconic Tuk Tuk and explore the Rattanakosin Island area which is the old Town of Bangkok. Hop on the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat for an exclusive experience along Chao Phraya River, the longest and most important river in Thailand. Travel around Bangkok’s Old Town area in a Tuk Tuk with this unique, fun and flexible hop-on, hop-off tour. These three-wheeled motorized vehicles are the most convenient way of traveling around the city as it zips through the traffic and takes tourists to their favorite attractions such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Khaosan Road, China Town, and many more. Together with a Hop-on Hop-off Pass for the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat, you will get to experience the scenery from both sides of the river and can easily hop on to ride along the lifeblood of Bangkok, formally known as the Chao Phraya River. Experience a number of tourist attractions scattered around numerous piers along the river from the old Town to the busy central business district of Sathorn. For instance, the National Museum of Royal Barges, Wat Arun, Asiatique The Riverfront, and IconSiam. By selecting this tour, you can skip the hassle by avoiding traffic jams and expensive Tuk Tuk prices offered on the streets.

Bangkok: E-Scooter Night Tour with Local Street Food

Bangkok: E-Scooter Night Tour with Local Street Food

The tour starts the convenient meeting point where you'll be given a short training session on how to ride the electric scooter. After the instructions, you’ll have a test run to get comfortable on the e-scooter then start the tour. First, you’ll get a brief history of Bangkok as you ride to the first stop. Now that you’re confident on the scooter you’ll tour through a few lesser-known areas to see Bangkok like a local, including a beautiful temple. Next up stop at Wat Arun and take photos of it shimmering in the night light, then cross the Chao Phraya River on a local ferry.   Once on the other side of the river, ride to Wat Pho, the largest temple in Bangkok famous for its huge reclining Buddha statue. Next, see the royal Grand Palace at night. Although it is closed at this time, it's still a magnificent sight to behold.   The next stop will be for a street food dinner where you'll get to eat like a local at a popular stall before moving on to the 24-hour flower market, Pak Khlong Talat. Delight in the colorful, fragrant, and exotic fresh flowers in the market, and see everything from common roses to bright orchids, lilies, and more.   Finally, visit Wat Prayoon with its huge white stupa lit up at night. After a ride along the riverside and winding back streets, you’ll arrive once again at the starting point of the tour.

Bangkok: Nighttime Bike Tour with Flower Market Visit

Bangkok: Nighttime Bike Tour with Flower Market Visit

Get off the beaten track and explore Bangkok on 2 wheels on this 4-hour night bike tour with 12 kilometers. Departing after sunset, you will ride down quiet back roads and small lanes to visit 2 ancient temples. Discover how beautiful the historic center of Bangkok is at night, when its many temples are spectacularly illuminated, the temperatures are cooler and the places you visit are much quieter. Begin your night tour at our meeting point at our Discova Day Tour Shop Bangkok near MRT Sam Yot Station at 5:30 pm. After a quick bike fitting and briefing, it's time to hit the streets. We will avoid main roads by pedaling our way through small laneways, past ancient temples and canals to see the heart and soul of Bangkok. Your first stop is the iconic Loha Prasat, also known as the Metal Castle - the first and only metal castle in Thailand. Explore its intricate design and learn about its historical significance. Continue biking past some of the city's landmarks, including Democracy Monument, Khao San back roads and the historic Phra Athit Fort. Capture breathtaking views of the Rama VIII Bridge, a favorite spot for photoshoots. Cycling through Thammasat University, we cross the Chao Phraya River by ferry around sunset. Once across, we cycle quiet back roads to Wat Rakang, an old Bangkok temple from the Ayutthaya era. After brief stop, we continue cycling via the riverside bike lane. The next unforgettable stop is the world-famous Bangkok Flower Market, the largest wholesale flower market in Thailand. After crossing the Memorial Bridge, we stop at the Flower Market, which is at its busiest this time of night and an exciting show of color and activity. On the walk through, your guide will treat you to some of Thailand’s famous street food. Continue cycling past the Grand Palace, we arrive at Sanam Luang, from which you can see the sparkling chedis of the palace. Our next stop is a visit to the iconic Giant Swing, known locally as Sao Ching Cha. This towering structure holds a significant place in Thai culture and history. Afterward, we pedal through the back streets of Bangkok’s historic old city to complete the evening’s tour back at our starting meeting point. The night bike tour usually takes 3-4 hours but may vary by group. Dinner is not included in the night tour, but we do provide some fun and tasty street food snacks in the Bangkok Flower Market.

Bangkok: Electric Scooter Tour by Night

Bangkok: Electric Scooter Tour by Night

Join us for a night tour of Bangkok with Funride, where our team's good humor sets the tone for a memorable experience. Explore the city away from the heat, crowds, and daytime hustle, as we guide you through picturesque paths known only to us, ensuring your safety by avoiding Bangkok's traffic. Immerse yourself in local life, capturing plenty of photo-worthy moments while our guides share fascinating explanations and anecdotes. Conveniently located next to KhaoSan Road, our store offers the perfect opportunity to unwind with a meal or drink after your ride.

Bangkok: Night Bike Ride and Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Bangkok: Night Bike Ride and Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Discover Bangkok at night on a guided small group cycling tour for a maximum of 6 people. Explore alleyways like a local with an experienced guide, see famous landmarks lit up at night, and savor an authentic Thai meal for dinner. Begin your experience at the meeting point on the Thonburi side of Bangkok at 6 PM. Receive your bike, helmet, and light for your safety, as well as fluorescent clothing, if you wish. Take a short ride through winding alleys to a local Thai family's restaurant and enjoy a tasty meal there. After dinner, cycle through a few lesser-known areas to see Bangkok like a local. Stop at Wat Arun and take photos of it shimmering in the night lights, then cross the Chao Phraya River on a local ferry. Once on the other side of the river, ride to Wat Pho, the largest temple in Bangkok famous for its huge reclining Buddha statue. Next, cycle around the Royal Grand Palace and on to the 24-hour flower market, Pak Khlong Talat. Delight in the colorful, fragrant, and exotic fresh flowers in the market, and see everything from common roses to bright orchids, lilies, and more. Then, head toward Chinatown and cycle among the bright neon lights and market alleys. Savor the sights, sounds, and smells of Chinatown and its street food vendors. Finally, cross the river again on a ferry and ride like a local through some of the winding back streets. The tour concludes at your original departure point.

Bangkok: Street Eats by Tuk-Tuk Guided Food Tour

Bangkok: Street Eats by Tuk-Tuk Guided Food Tour

Embark from the meeting point on an exciting tuk-tuk ride through Bangkok’s vibrant streets. Along the way, get a glimpse of an important Bangkokian landmarks – the Democracy Monument before arriving Michelin Bib Gourmand listing Pad Thai Restaurant and enjoy the explosion of spicy and savory flavors as well as the amazing variety of textures from the delicate noodles to the crunchy peanuts. Hop back into the iconic vehicle and continue this culinary excursion of the city’s hidden eateries. But first, let’s have a photo break at the Giant Swing. Next stop would be a local night market. Wander the rows of bustling stalls, learn about local delicacies and sample from the vast array of street food. There will be plenty of options to test your umami and sweet taste buds namely: suckling Thai-style grilled meat, khao kha mu (stewed pork leg), coconut pudding, Bua Loi Khai Waan (glutious rice balls with egg), etc. Take a short break from eating and stroll through Pak Klong Talat, Thailand’s largest flower market, which only operates overnight. Let’s try to fold some fresh lotus here while getting to know how important this kind of flower is in Thai worshiping culture. Next up, getting to know Thai wedding tradition from a local store selling special desserts just for this occasion. Take away some Thong Yip and Thong Yod to try at the final stop. End the night at a laid-back riverside rooftop bar. Sip on a refreshing beer or your choice of drink whilst taking in the splendid views of the Chao Phraya River and the twinkling buildings along the riverbanks before friendly tuk tuk driver bid farewell at the nearest MRT station.

Bangkok: Bike Historic Neighborhoods Morning Ride

Bangkok: Bike Historic Neighborhoods Morning Ride

Meet at the Discova Day Tour Shop Bangkok near MRT Sam Yot Station at 8:30 am. The tour will depart at 9 am sharp. After a quick bike fitting and briefing, we head out. Cycling through the heart of the backpacker area, Khaosan Road, you will soon be biking off the roads this bike tour winds through small laneways, past ancient temples and canals to see the heart and soul of Bangkok. There are no particularly famous sights that you will see on this bike tour. It is all about exploring the city by bike away from the tourists and big roads, to see the real Bangkok where people live, work and play. We cycle along the Chao Phraya River and then pedal cross the river on the Rama 8 Bridge. From here we visit ancient temples and urban street life. Bangkok Noi is the name given to a large canal of the Chao Phraya River. Bike along the canal through tiny alleyways home to a Muslim community. After cycling over a bridge you bike the canal back the other way, this time passing Buddhist temples and one of Bangkok’s first train depots. If open you are in luck to visit a bronze bowl foundry and the old steam engines at the Thonburi train depot - such is the diversity of the city when you get in close. After a local ferry to cross back over the river, our bike tour passes the Grand Palace where we take a walk through a public park that was once exclusively used by the royal family. After cycling more twisting alleyways, pedaling through a food market, you bike past rows of Buddhas and other sacred images. The area around the Giant Swing isis where Buddha images are made and sold. The Giant Swing is one of the landmarks of the city and was once used for an important Hindu ceremony. From the Swing it is only a short bike ride back to the Bike Shop. The bike tour finishes with 15 kilometers around 1 pm.

Bangkok: Tuk Tuk Tour by Night free Dinner at Local Bar

Bangkok: Tuk Tuk Tour by Night free Dinner at Local Bar

After meeting the guide and other group members you will start your journey whizzing around old city of Bangkok. Our first stop with a typical Thai tuk-tuk it will be at Loha Prasat Temple to make a photo stop at the roadside is one of the most unique temple structures in Bangkok. From the Wat Saket, it is a short tuk-tuk ride to the Giant Swing. If you want to show a photo of Bangkok’s landmarks to your friends or family, the Giant Swing or Sao Ching Cha is one of the best choices! It is located at the heart of Bangkok and just in front the Wat Suthat other temple than being just plain huge and impressive, also holds the highest royal temple grade. Then we will continue the tour and we will pass the beautifully lit up Grand Palace and make a photo stop. Our next stop is the famous Wat Pho, crowded during the daytime but quiet and even more magical at night. Stroll around this beautiful temple compound while listening to the stories of your guide. To continue with our exciting night we will visit China Town one of those neighborhoods that many travelers would consider ‘authentic’. While other neighborhoods in Bangkok have sold out to modernity, Chinatown has stubbornly kept its spirit, and keeps being an exotic and chaotic neighborhood, hated by some and loved by others. Bangkok’s Chinatown district is not just another Chinatown, but one of the oldest in the world. Few steps from China Town we can find the vibrant sights and seductive smells of flowers Market . The market allows its visitor to take a peek of what is the traditional lifestyle of Bangkok and it also allows its guests to indulge as they admire bouquets of orchids, roses, daisies, carnations and many others. Next, dive into the bustling Khao San Road, You can’t come to Bangkok without experiencing the infamous Road. Known for its energetic atmosphere and nightlife options. A colorfully illuminated street that serves as a central hub for Bangkok's many transient backpackers. To end our wonderful night we will go to a local traditional food restaurant to taste delicious Thai cuisine. Dinner is free of charge you can join us or enjoy dinner in any other place.

Bangkok: City Highlights Electric Scooter Tour

Bangkok: City Highlights Electric Scooter Tour

For those who love escooter riding and sightseeing, this tour is for you. We will go for 2h30 of fun in the Old City with monuments like the Democratic Monument, the incredible Wat Ratchanatdaram, the Big Swing of Bangkok, the flower market and much more, crossing hidden paths that only our guide knows

Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing: 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: Hop On Hop Off Tuk Tuk & Boat Chao Phraya River

Bangkok: Hop On Hop Off Tuk Tuk & Boat Chao Phraya River

Make the most out of your time in Bangkok by getting a 1-day unlimited Hop on Hop off on pass for both Tuk Tuk Hop and Tourist Boat. Jump on the iconic Tuk Tuk and explore the Rattanakosin Island area which is the old Town of Bangkok. Hop on the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat for an exclusive experience along Chao Phraya River, the longest and most important river in Thailand. Travel around Bangkok’s Old Town area in a Tuk Tuk with this unique, fun and flexible hop-on, hop-off tour. These three-wheeled motorized vehicles are the most convenient way of traveling around the city as it zips through the traffic and takes tourists to their favorite attractions such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Khaosan Road, China Town, and many more. Together with a Hop-on Hop-off Pass for the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat, you will get to experience the scenery from both sides of the river and can easily hop on to ride along the lifeblood of Bangkok, formally known as the Chao Phraya River. Experience a number of tourist attractions scattered around numerous piers along the river from the old Town to the busy central business district of Sathorn. For instance, the National Museum of Royal Barges, Wat Arun, Asiatique The Riverfront, and IconSiam. By selecting this tour, you can skip the hassle by avoiding traffic jams and expensive Tuk Tuk prices offered on the streets.

Bangkok: E-Scooter Night Tour with Local Street Food

Bangkok: E-Scooter Night Tour with Local Street Food

The tour starts the convenient meeting point where you'll be given a short training session on how to ride the electric scooter. After the instructions, you’ll have a test run to get comfortable on the e-scooter then start the tour. First, you’ll get a brief history of Bangkok as you ride to the first stop. Now that you’re confident on the scooter you’ll tour through a few lesser-known areas to see Bangkok like a local, including a beautiful temple. Next up stop at Wat Arun and take photos of it shimmering in the night light, then cross the Chao Phraya River on a local ferry.   Once on the other side of the river, ride to Wat Pho, the largest temple in Bangkok famous for its huge reclining Buddha statue. Next, see the royal Grand Palace at night. Although it is closed at this time, it's still a magnificent sight to behold.   The next stop will be for a street food dinner where you'll get to eat like a local at a popular stall before moving on to the 24-hour flower market, Pak Khlong Talat. Delight in the colorful, fragrant, and exotic fresh flowers in the market, and see everything from common roses to bright orchids, lilies, and more.   Finally, visit Wat Prayoon with its huge white stupa lit up at night. After a ride along the riverside and winding back streets, you’ll arrive once again at the starting point of the tour.

Bangkok: Nighttime Bike Tour with Flower Market Visit

Bangkok: Nighttime Bike Tour with Flower Market Visit

Get off the beaten track and explore Bangkok on 2 wheels on this 4-hour night bike tour with 12 kilometers. Departing after sunset, you will ride down quiet back roads and small lanes to visit 2 ancient temples. Discover how beautiful the historic center of Bangkok is at night, when its many temples are spectacularly illuminated, the temperatures are cooler and the places you visit are much quieter. Begin your night tour at our meeting point at our Discova Day Tour Shop Bangkok near MRT Sam Yot Station at 5:30 pm. After a quick bike fitting and briefing, it's time to hit the streets. We will avoid main roads by pedaling our way through small laneways, past ancient temples and canals to see the heart and soul of Bangkok. Your first stop is the iconic Loha Prasat, also known as the Metal Castle - the first and only metal castle in Thailand. Explore its intricate design and learn about its historical significance. Continue biking past some of the city's landmarks, including Democracy Monument, Khao San back roads and the historic Phra Athit Fort. Capture breathtaking views of the Rama VIII Bridge, a favorite spot for photoshoots. Cycling through Thammasat University, we cross the Chao Phraya River by ferry around sunset. Once across, we cycle quiet back roads to Wat Rakang, an old Bangkok temple from the Ayutthaya era. After brief stop, we continue cycling via the riverside bike lane. The next unforgettable stop is the world-famous Bangkok Flower Market, the largest wholesale flower market in Thailand. After crossing the Memorial Bridge, we stop at the Flower Market, which is at its busiest this time of night and an exciting show of color and activity. On the walk through, your guide will treat you to some of Thailand’s famous street food. Continue cycling past the Grand Palace, we arrive at Sanam Luang, from which you can see the sparkling chedis of the palace. Our next stop is a visit to the iconic Giant Swing, known locally as Sao Ching Cha. This towering structure holds a significant place in Thai culture and history. Afterward, we pedal through the back streets of Bangkok’s historic old city to complete the evening’s tour back at our starting meeting point. The night bike tour usually takes 3-4 hours but may vary by group. Dinner is not included in the night tour, but we do provide some fun and tasty street food snacks in the Bangkok Flower Market.

Bangkok: Electric Scooter Tour by Night

Bangkok: Electric Scooter Tour by Night

Join us for a night tour of Bangkok with Funride, where our team's good humor sets the tone for a memorable experience. Explore the city away from the heat, crowds, and daytime hustle, as we guide you through picturesque paths known only to us, ensuring your safety by avoiding Bangkok's traffic. Immerse yourself in local life, capturing plenty of photo-worthy moments while our guides share fascinating explanations and anecdotes. Conveniently located next to KhaoSan Road, our store offers the perfect opportunity to unwind with a meal or drink after your ride.

Bangkok: Night Bike Ride and Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Bangkok: Night Bike Ride and Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Discover Bangkok at night on a guided small group cycling tour for a maximum of 6 people. Explore alleyways like a local with an experienced guide, see famous landmarks lit up at night, and savor an authentic Thai meal for dinner. Begin your experience at the meeting point on the Thonburi side of Bangkok at 6 PM. Receive your bike, helmet, and light for your safety, as well as fluorescent clothing, if you wish. Take a short ride through winding alleys to a local Thai family's restaurant and enjoy a tasty meal there. After dinner, cycle through a few lesser-known areas to see Bangkok like a local. Stop at Wat Arun and take photos of it shimmering in the night lights, then cross the Chao Phraya River on a local ferry. Once on the other side of the river, ride to Wat Pho, the largest temple in Bangkok famous for its huge reclining Buddha statue. Next, cycle around the Royal Grand Palace and on to the 24-hour flower market, Pak Khlong Talat. Delight in the colorful, fragrant, and exotic fresh flowers in the market, and see everything from common roses to bright orchids, lilies, and more. Then, head toward Chinatown and cycle among the bright neon lights and market alleys. Savor the sights, sounds, and smells of Chinatown and its street food vendors. Finally, cross the river again on a ferry and ride like a local through some of the winding back streets. The tour concludes at your original departure point.

Bangkok: Street Eats by Tuk-Tuk Guided Food Tour

Bangkok: Street Eats by Tuk-Tuk Guided Food Tour

Embark from the meeting point on an exciting tuk-tuk ride through Bangkok’s vibrant streets. Along the way, get a glimpse of an important Bangkokian landmarks – the Democracy Monument before arriving Michelin Bib Gourmand listing Pad Thai Restaurant and enjoy the explosion of spicy and savory flavors as well as the amazing variety of textures from the delicate noodles to the crunchy peanuts. Hop back into the iconic vehicle and continue this culinary excursion of the city’s hidden eateries. But first, let’s have a photo break at the Giant Swing. Next stop would be a local night market. Wander the rows of bustling stalls, learn about local delicacies and sample from the vast array of street food. There will be plenty of options to test your umami and sweet taste buds namely: suckling Thai-style grilled meat, khao kha mu (stewed pork leg), coconut pudding, Bua Loi Khai Waan (glutious rice balls with egg), etc. Take a short break from eating and stroll through Pak Klong Talat, Thailand’s largest flower market, which only operates overnight. Let’s try to fold some fresh lotus here while getting to know how important this kind of flower is in Thai worshiping culture. Next up, getting to know Thai wedding tradition from a local store selling special desserts just for this occasion. Take away some Thong Yip and Thong Yod to try at the final stop. End the night at a laid-back riverside rooftop bar. Sip on a refreshing beer or your choice of drink whilst taking in the splendid views of the Chao Phraya River and the twinkling buildings along the riverbanks before friendly tuk tuk driver bid farewell at the nearest MRT station.

Bangkok: Bike Historic Neighborhoods Morning Ride

Bangkok: Bike Historic Neighborhoods Morning Ride

Meet at the Discova Day Tour Shop Bangkok near MRT Sam Yot Station at 8:30 am. The tour will depart at 9 am sharp. After a quick bike fitting and briefing, we head out. Cycling through the heart of the backpacker area, Khaosan Road, you will soon be biking off the roads this bike tour winds through small laneways, past ancient temples and canals to see the heart and soul of Bangkok. There are no particularly famous sights that you will see on this bike tour. It is all about exploring the city by bike away from the tourists and big roads, to see the real Bangkok where people live, work and play. We cycle along the Chao Phraya River and then pedal cross the river on the Rama 8 Bridge. From here we visit ancient temples and urban street life. Bangkok Noi is the name given to a large canal of the Chao Phraya River. Bike along the canal through tiny alleyways home to a Muslim community. After cycling over a bridge you bike the canal back the other way, this time passing Buddhist temples and one of Bangkok’s first train depots. If open you are in luck to visit a bronze bowl foundry and the old steam engines at the Thonburi train depot - such is the diversity of the city when you get in close. After a local ferry to cross back over the river, our bike tour passes the Grand Palace where we take a walk through a public park that was once exclusively used by the royal family. After cycling more twisting alleyways, pedaling through a food market, you bike past rows of Buddhas and other sacred images. The area around the Giant Swing isis where Buddha images are made and sold. The Giant Swing is one of the landmarks of the city and was once used for an important Hindu ceremony. From the Swing it is only a short bike ride back to the Bike Shop. The bike tour finishes with 15 kilometers around 1 pm.

Bangkok: Tuk Tuk Tour by Night free Dinner at Local Bar

Bangkok: Tuk Tuk Tour by Night free Dinner at Local Bar

After meeting the guide and other group members you will start your journey whizzing around old city of Bangkok. Our first stop with a typical Thai tuk-tuk it will be at Loha Prasat Temple to make a photo stop at the roadside is one of the most unique temple structures in Bangkok. From the Wat Saket, it is a short tuk-tuk ride to the Giant Swing. If you want to show a photo of Bangkok’s landmarks to your friends or family, the Giant Swing or Sao Ching Cha is one of the best choices! It is located at the heart of Bangkok and just in front the Wat Suthat other temple than being just plain huge and impressive, also holds the highest royal temple grade. Then we will continue the tour and we will pass the beautifully lit up Grand Palace and make a photo stop. Our next stop is the famous Wat Pho, crowded during the daytime but quiet and even more magical at night. Stroll around this beautiful temple compound while listening to the stories of your guide. To continue with our exciting night we will visit China Town one of those neighborhoods that many travelers would consider ‘authentic’. While other neighborhoods in Bangkok have sold out to modernity, Chinatown has stubbornly kept its spirit, and keeps being an exotic and chaotic neighborhood, hated by some and loved by others. Bangkok’s Chinatown district is not just another Chinatown, but one of the oldest in the world. Few steps from China Town we can find the vibrant sights and seductive smells of flowers Market . The market allows its visitor to take a peek of what is the traditional lifestyle of Bangkok and it also allows its guests to indulge as they admire bouquets of orchids, roses, daisies, carnations and many others. Next, dive into the bustling Khao San Road, You can’t come to Bangkok without experiencing the infamous Road. Known for its energetic atmosphere and nightlife options. A colorfully illuminated street that serves as a central hub for Bangkok's many transient backpackers. To end our wonderful night we will go to a local traditional food restaurant to taste delicious Thai cuisine. Dinner is free of charge you can join us or enjoy dinner in any other place.

Bangkok: City Highlights Electric Scooter Tour

Bangkok: City Highlights Electric Scooter Tour

For those who love escooter riding and sightseeing, this tour is for you. We will go for 2h30 of fun in the Old City with monuments like the Democratic Monument, the incredible Wat Ratchanatdaram, the Big Swing of Bangkok, the flower market and much more, crossing hidden paths that only our guide knows

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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!

It was a lot of fun !!! Most fun thing to in bangkok! Enjoyed the scooter, the food and the guides a lot !!! There is so much street food offer so I was actually very grateful to have some guidance ! Thank you Kris and Mo for that lovely experience!

John was brilliant, v helpful, patient and knowledgeable, lovely guy and we really , really enjoyed the tour. Would definitely recommend

Tour was very nice, and Tommy was nice aswell! Check my TikTok page for videos: Foodisbaenl

Amazing! I had so much fun and highly recommended!