Bangkok

Bangkok

Bangkok's 'must see' Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Emerald Buddha, Wat Po and giant reclining Buddha, Thonburi's backwaters and canals, The iconic riverside Wat Arun, Chao Phraya River by long tail boat

PRICES 

This price is the transfer service (Thai Baht)

Your Group Size (Persons)

1-3

1-6

7-10

Req.

Small Taxi (Sedan)

2,000

N/A

N/A


BigTaxi (MPV)

2,500

N/A


Luxury & MPV  

3,000


Van

3,500



This service includes:

• Private transport by air con minibus/car

• Only Transport Service one way (Half day)

• Pick up and drop off at your hotel

• Gasoline and expressway fee


This service excludes

• Meal and Drink

• Option – Ticket or entrance fee (Please contact us to check the price)



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1. Bangkok Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew (Emerald Buddha) Day Tour

OVERVIEW

Royal Grand Palace is the most important landmark in Bangkok, and are most frequently visited by foreign tourists as well as the local Thai people. It is famous for its impressive architectures and buildings. In the same compound, situated the Wat Phra Kaew which houses the most revered Emerald Buddha (Phra Kaew Morakot), carved from a single block of jade.

Show time: Morning, Afternoon

DESCRIPTION

Pick up at your hotel - Visit the Royal Grand Palace, one of the most important landmarks in Bangkok built in 1782. Explore the magnificent Wat Phra Kaew, Thailand’s most sacred temple with the revered Emerald Buddha, and other key attractions such as the Coronation Throne Hall, Royal Reception Hall, Royal Funeral Hall, the Golden Chedi, and the Royal Pantheon.

Dress Code for Grand Palace - Unsuitable clothes are

Short trousers (long trousers must reach the ankles), miniskirts, culottes, tights and fisherman trousers.

Sleeveless shirts and undershirts as outer garments

Rolled up shirt sleeves, whether long or short

Sleeping suits, see-through clothes, bare shoulders

Sportswear

Saddles (including every type of shoes without heel straps or closed heels), except Buddhist Monks, novices and Thai People from countryside)

Visitors who dressed as mentioned above can borrow free clothes and shoes at the Grand Palace's changing room. 
 Remark:

Visitors wearing shorts, sandals or T-shirts are not permitted entry.

 

2. Wat Pho, Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha), Wat Benchamaborpit(Marble Temple)

OVERVIEW

One of the best half day tours in Bangkok that covers the three major temples, such as the Golden Buddha of Wat Traimit, the Reclining Buddha of Wat Pho and the Temple of Dawn of Wat Benchamaborpit.

DESCRIPTION

This is one of the most popular tours, and it gives guests a rich insight into Buddhism, architecture and the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. Three of the capital’s most stunning temples are visited including: Wat Traimit, this houses the world’s largest solid gold Buddha (5.5 tons of precious metal!);

Wat Benchamaborpit (the “Marble Temple”). This is a fascinating fusion of classical Thai architecture and 19th C Italian design and boasts marble and stained-glass windows; Wat Pho, this is the oldest temple in Bangkok and houses the Reclining Buddha, a 45-metre-long statue which depicts Buddha entering Nirvana.

Wat Pho is also ‘‘Thailand’s first university’’ and houses a wealth of art. It is still an important centre for traditional medicine, such as massage.

Wat Traimit, the Temple of the Golden Buddha - the statue of Buddha is made from solid gold weighting 5.5 tons. It is a fine example of Sukhothai art and was discovered by chance from a layer of stucco during construction of the temple. Passing through Chinatown. Wat Po, the temple of the Reclining Buddha - the largest and oldest in Bangkok. Wat Benchamabopit - the marble temple. This magnificent monastery was built with white Italian marble from Carara.

 

 

3. Discovering Landmark of Bangkok

OVERVIEW

This is one of the most fascinating tours of Bangkok where you will visit the key attractions of this City of Angel in in one single circuit. You will be enticed by the charm of the Rattanakosin Island and its gilded temples. See daily life activities of the locals and some old buildings while passing though the street of the inner city.

DESCRIPTION

First, visit Wat Traimit, famous for its world's largest Golden Buddha image, 10 feet high and weighs more than 5 tons of solid gold. The origin of the Golden Buddha can be traced back to Sukhothai period in 12-13th century.

At Tha Tien, take a picturesque boat ride across the Chao Phraya River to visit Wat Arun, known as the Temple of Dawn. With its magnificent 79-meter-high pagoda-style monument, situated just beside the Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun serves as one of the most outstanding landmarks in Bangkok with spectacular view from the surrounding. 

Cross the river back to the opposite side, visit Wat Pho, or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the oldest and biggest temple in Bangkok with many amazing sculptures and inscription. It is famous for housing the most beautiful Reclining Buddha or Phra Buddhasaiyas, with 46 meters in length and 15 meters in height. The two soles of this Buddha image are inlaid with 108 auspicious mother-of-pearl that represents 108 different characters of Lord Buddha.

Located just besides Wat Pho is the Royal Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha. Inside the palace is Wat Prakaew, the most beautiful and significant temple in Thailand with intricate design and decoration. Pay respect to the highly revered Buddha image - the Emerald Buddha or Phra Kaew Morakot. Nearby walk to the Grand Palace where you can see many magnificent royal buildings and atmosphere.

Continue the tour to the Vimanmek Palace or Mansion, once a former royal residence built in 1900 by King Rama V, and believed to be the world's largest teak-wood palace with elaborate architectural style and serves as a showcase for Thai national heritage 31 exhibit rooms covering the throne hall, the royal bedrooms and bathrooms. There are numerous displays of Thai arts such as ivory, silverware, crystal and ceramics.

Further on to Wat Intharaviharn, famous for its most gigantic standing Buddha image of 32 meters high and 11-meter-wide, decorated with golden mosaics from Italy. The Buddha image is believed to possess some miraculous power to bestow blessings on success to those who give honest vows.

Instead of Wat Intharaviharn, you can have a choice to visit Wat Benchamabophit (the Marble Temple), built with magnificent architectural style of Thai Buddhist Temple with white Carrera Italian marble; the interior of which is magnificently decorated. Inside the spacious courtyard is the huge collection of bronze Buddha images of varying styles. 

4. Bangkok Canal Sightseeing

OVERVIEW

Enjoy a long-tailed speedboat whisks you down the Chao Phraya River and canals (khlongs) of Thonburi.

DESCRIPTION

Bangkok's charming riverside is brimming with stories to tell. On this morning tour, a long-tailed speedboat whisks you down the Chao Phraya River and canals (khlongs) of Thonburi – the original site where Bangkok was founded, before King Rama I moved the capital's epicenter across the river to the Rattanakosin Island.

Immerse yourself in the picturesque riverside scenery, as you drift past stilted wooden homes, 'floating kitchens', mobile shops, colonial mansions and all kinds of colorful culture along the riverfront, before stopping at the enchanting Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun).

The trip passes the Royal Barges Museum, housing the eight elaborately decked longboats used in the highly ceremonial and rare Royal Barge Procession. With the combined tour, experience the above plus a trip to the Grand Palace, which reveals the splendor of early Rattanakosin architecture as well as Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew)Note:

 

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If you feel this itinerary doesn't quite suit then we can customize it to suit your own interests and length of time in Bangkok. please contact us with your suggestions.

info icon Pick up and drop off
Free pick up and drop off is included to and from any Bangkok city hotel. There may be an extra charged levied for pick up and drop off at outlying hotels and hotels in the Suvarnabhumi Airport area. We can notify you of any extra charges before we request any payments

Need more information or have any questions before you book? Please do not hesitate to contact us.

5.Bangkok Show and Things to do at night

OVERVIEW

What to Do & Where to Go at Night in Bangkok. Though Bangkok is known as the sleepless city, there seems to be nothing much to do in Bangkok at night beside drinking the night away and clubbing? Well, that’s not necessarily true. Here are some awesome ideas from things all foreign travelers love to do to the new trends you definitely should give them a try.

Muay Thai Live Show - Thai Boxing at Asiatique Bangkok

 

Show time: 20:00 hr.

Experience the original spirit of Thai boxing and enjoy a powerful, exquisite art performance under the production of Thailand’s top talents in Muay Thai. See Muay Thai Live Stage Show + Muay Thai Fights at Asiatique Riverfront.

 

Calypso Cabaret

   

Show time: 19:30-20:45, 21:00-22:15

Created and constantly developed since 1987, Calypso Cabaret Show Bangkok is a fantastic ladyboys show, live on stage with exciting lights and sounds. Enjoy seeing creatively crafted shows with acting, lip-sing music, and dances. A thrilling entertainment that you should not miss while visiting Bangkok.

 

Siam Niramit Cultural Show - Bangkok Night Tour 

     

 Siam Niramit is a world-class performance of Thai arts and cultural heritage. This spectacular show is performed on the gigantic stage listed in he Guinness World Records. The show features over 100 performers, lavish costumes and stunning set designs. Enhanced special effects and the most advanced technology of the world are used to produce a very realistic, stimulating and inspiring experience.

At Siam Niramit, the gates open at 17:30 p.m. for access to the restaurants and other facilities such as: Village of the Four Regions, Traditional Thai Massage, Outdoor performances, Elephant rides, Souvenir shops

Other than the spectacular show, do come early because there are lots of activities that you can see and do. Not only will you enjoy but you will learn more about the Thai ways of life in bygone times which is not easy to find nowadays.

Traditional Thai Village

Outdoor dance performances

Elephant feeding & rides

Traditional Thai Massage

Souvenir shops

At Siam Niramit Bangkok, the show starts at 20.00hrs., but the gates open at 17.00 hrs. for access to the restaurant, and to enjoy other pre-show attractions.

Siam Niramit - the show starts at 20:00 p.m. with a duration of 80 minutes without intermission: 

 

Checking out the highest rooftop bar 

Vertigo Restaurant

Siroco Resturant

 

One of the most cliche things you just have to do at least once when you are visiting Bangkok. Enjoy the gorgeous panoramic view of Bangkok starting from the sunset ’til late night at one fabulous rooftop bars, like Octave at Marriot hotel. It’s a very nice ambient place with affordable prices. But, if you’re looking for a more high-end place Vertigo and Sirocco are your calls.

Open – 5pm. – 2am.

 

Exploring local street deliciousness

   

Another one thing you just can’t miss, when you are visiting Thailand (especially for the first-time visitors). There are many areas in town that are very popular for their yummy street dishes such as, Chinatown, Samyan, Ratchada, etc. Want to check out all the local street foods? Need someone to show you around and take you to the must-eat?

Open – Always open/ Recommended at night starting from 7pm – Midnight

 

Relaxing with traditional Thai massage and Spa

     

 Thai Massage is richly rewarding, holistic therapy that can relax as well as energize, help to maintain good health and assist in relieving many common ailments.  It helps to attain and regain “balace” in the flow of energy (chi or prana) in the body.  It achieves this through the application of rhythmic compression to energy lines and points together with deep stretching.  Everybody system is touched on, and while relaxation may be the initial goal, suppleness, improved circulation and organ function and good mental health are all achieved.

Open – Every day from 9am. – midnight

 

 

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