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Best of Bangkok in a Day

Private Tour

Tour Overview

Duration

9 hours

Language

English, German

Tour Type

Culture, Classic

Min. Traveler

2 People

An insightful Bangkok day tour that covers all the highlights and the must-see of Bangkok. Immerse yourself amid this temple-filled metropolis. Get to know Bangkok starting from the Temple of the Golden Buddha and the nearby Chinatown. Travel onwards to various significant landmarks including the Grand Palace, and the famous Temple of Reclining Buddha.

Have a chance to experience Bangkok from a new perspective, journey down the canals of the city once hailed as “Venice of the East” and explore the rural part of the city, visit the elaborate flower market, and the Temple of Dawn.

Itinerary

Get up a little early and meet your guide at the hotel lobby after breakfast. Prepare yourself for the full-day tour to the must-see landmarks of Bangkok. On this day, you will get to know the city by exploring markets, temples and cruising along the canal. On this tour, you will visit:

Temple of Golden Buddha, Wat Traimit
Our first stop is at Wat Traimit. Standing at the end of Yaowarat road, this temple is famous for the Buddha it houses, The Golden Buddha. This massive Buddha statue measuring 5.5 tons is made from solid gold since the 14th Century. It is so valuable that it has to be covered with a layer of plaster and concrete to hide its real value during the time of war

Chinatown, Yaowarat
Renown to be the busiest area in the city, Chinatown has everything a person needs all in one place. Take a walk in the old market and explore fascinating products from shophouses to street food carts.

Flower Market, Pak Khlong Talat
Discover the flower market that runs almost 24 hours a day and seven days a week. The impressive variety of local and imported cut flowers, leaves, orchids, tropical plants are on offer from early morning till late at night. The most interesting are also fresh flower arrangements for all purposes such as flower garlands, wedding bouquets, and wreaths.

Temple of Reclining Buddha
Witness the massive Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, one of the most important Temple in Bangkok. On top of housing the largest Reclining Buddha, the temple is also famous for being the leading school for Thai traditional massage

Grand Palace and Temple of Emerald Buddha
Bangkok’s major landmark, which was built in 1782 by King Rama I. Each building of the complex is a work of arts including the royal chapel of Temple of the Emerald Buddha – which houses Thailand’s most revered Buddha Image. Only visitors in proper attire are allowed for entry.

Bangkok Canal
Board on a motorized long-tailed boat to enjoy the scenery along the river banks and small canals of the Chao Phraya River, which once gave the name “ Venice of the East” to Bangkok. During the boat trip, stop at the royal temple Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn.

Temple of Dawn, Wat Arun
Wat Arun is a significant landmark located by the side of the Chao Phraya river. With a magnificent pagoda that soars some 280 feet into the sky, this beautiful temple will charms you day and night. Walk around the temple and get the scenic view of Chao Phraya river at the top of the Prang.

Transfer back to the hotel.

Service Includes
 Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
 Professional Guide
 Entrance Fees
 Hotel Pickup & Drop-off
 Bottled Water
Service Excludes
 Any personal expenses
AdultPrice Per Person (THB)
2 – 2 Person5300
3 – 5 Person4300
6 – 9 Person3600
ChildPrice Per Person(THB)
1+ Person2900
Please do not dress this way when entering a Temple or place of worship. There are strict with dress code so be prepared! So if you are not sure then make sure.
No sleeveless shirts
No vests
No short top
No see-through tops
No short hot pants or short pants
No torn pants
No tight pants
No bike pants
No mini skirts
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