Unique Bangkok City Tour

1 Day

  Chao Phraya River - Grand Palace - Wat Po - Baan Bath - Wat Saket

1 Day

Unique Bangkok City Tour

  Chao Phraya River - Grand Palace - Wat Po - Baan Bath - Wat Saket

There’s so much more to Bangkok than shopping and nightlife. This unique full-day tour takes you to two major landmarks, plus hidden treasures that reveal the city’s ancient Buddhist culture. Start with a river cruise to the must-see Grand Palace and Wat Po. Then, it’s off the usual tourist trail and into hidden communities carrying out traditional craftsmanship, and on to an exhibition of rare historical relics.

JOURNEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visiting the Grand Palace, one of the most sacred sites in the Kingdom
    Witnessing the impressive reclining Buddha of Wat Pho
  • Zipping through the streets of Bangkok on a tuk tuk en route to Wat Suthat
  • Enjoying a lunch of traditional Thai specialties
  • Visiting the House of Bowls, where monks fashion handmade alms bowls in an ancient sacred tradition little-known to outsiders

TOUR INCLUSIONS

  • Tours as mentioned and air-conditioned transfers
  • Sightseeing and permit fees during guided times
  • Meals listed in the itinerary
  • Expert English-speaking local guide
  • Boat cruises and rides while on tour
  • Service charges and government VAT tax

ITINERARY

DAY 1

Unique Bangkok City Tour

DAY 1 - Unique Bangkok City Tour

Join your guide as you navigate local transport to the edge of the Chao Phraya River. From the pier, board a public ferry and disembark at The Grand Palace, considered one of the most sacred sites in the Kingdom. Take a short walk to Wat Po, which houses the impressive reclining Buddha and also serves as a centre to train the blind in the art of massage. Test out there skills with a foot massage! Then hop aboard a tuk-tuk, and zip off to the royal temple of Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing.

After a Thai lunch, visit a handicraft centre to observe craftsmen creating beautiful ornate Buddha figures. A short walk away is Baan Bath - the House of Bowls, where monks fashion handmade alms bowls in a sacred tradition that goes back thousands of years. Take a walk in a side soi, where coffins are built for funerals at Wat Saket. Pop into the temple for a quick look and admire the views over the city. Next up is the 150-year-old Wat Ratchanatdaram with three levels and 37 spires - the only temple of its kind left in the world. End your day with a visit to a museum with relics dating back to the Thailand’s golden Ayutthaya period.

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