For adventurous lovers of city exploration, experience the hop on/off excitement of a tuk-tuk ride through Bangkok in half day, to visit hidden places in the old part of the city, where you can learn about Thailand’s history and culture.
Experience the fun of riding around on Tuk Tuk to discover the Chinatown Heritage Center is the one of Bangkok’s newest attractions, it offers a wealth of information from the past to present day of Bangkok.
Highly recommended if this is your first time to Thailand. Embark on this classic tour to visit many highlight temples and the only river of Bangkok with our professional guide to observe the beauty of Bangkok by land and river.
Get a comprehensive overview of Bangkok’s key landmarks on this 4-hour tour. Perfect for first-time visitors, uncover the history of Bangkok and travel this magical capital through public transportation such as skytrain, express boat and long-tail boat.
Get a comprehensive overview of Bangkok’s key landmarks on this tour. Perfect for first-time visitors, this tour covers important sights such as the extensive Grand Palace, which features the sacred Emerald Buddha Temple, and the 46-meter long reclining Buddha at Wat Po. Then, hop aboard a private longtail boat to take in the scenery along the Chao Phraya River and Bangkok’s many canals.
- Explore Bangkok’s highlights and the Chao Phraya on a 4-hour tour.
- Visit the key landmarks of the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha, and Wat Po.
- Take a longtail cruise along the Chao Phraya River and canals.
- Receive complimentary round-trip hotel transportation.
Travel to places rich in World War II History in Kanchanaburi Province. An immersive and diverse tour, covering a mix of modern markets, historical sites and wildlife experience.
Delight your five senses on a culinary tour of Bangkok’s Nang Loeng Market. Skip the cramped tuk-tuk and relax in courtesy hotel pickup and drop-off. Let your guide navigate the market while you taste a wide range of local and international dishes, which may include Thai desserts and Chinese bird’s nest soup. The tour also throws in a dose of culture with a visit to the Temple of the Golden Buddha.
- Taste a variety of traditional Thai dishes on a culinary tour of Bangkok
- Travel comfortably in private transportation
- Experience the city’s street food scene like a local
- Get insider suggestions for foods to try
Good for food and market lovers, this tour will bring help you to learn about the culinary history of Bangkok and traditional foods of Thailand. Both markets are well represented the old way of food culture.
Get away briefly from the city of Bangkok in the afternoon. Hop on the long-tail boat along a peaceful canal to experience and enjoy riverside vistas of daily life in the capital. Visit the only open place for public and enjoy a puppet show by an arthouse family organisation.