Private sightseeing day trip tour Bangkok Old Town Thailand. It’s rumored that there are lots of must-sees among Bangkok old town’s beautiful treasures…but what are they? Where can they be found? In this trip you will discover them all. including those that may be hidden or not obvious at first glance!
no.2 bangkok old town discovery (private trip)
|08.00||Stroll along the bustling flower market & chat with friendly vendors.|
|–||Visit the Temple of the Raclining Buddha (Wat Pho).|
|–||Enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime experience of visiting Bangkok’s beautiful Grand Palace.|
|–||Visit the stunning Giant Red Swing.|
|–||Enjoy a delicious local lunch, street food-style.|
|–||Visit the Loha Prasat Temple – the metal Castle (Wat Ratchanatdaram), which was submitted to UNESCO as World Heritage Site in 2005.|
|–||Climb to the top of old Siam’s renowned & exquisite Golden Mountain to see mahnificent panoramic view of the old city.|
|–||Have fun adventuring via local public transportation Thai-Thai style with public boats and tuk tuk!|
|Please Note||The itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice to fit the tide and local weather conditions. If above tour does not meet your requirement and you wish to customize your own tour, please feel free to contact us and tell us your preference. We will do our best to provide the best service we can. Call us now at + 66 911 578 628|
Duration: 08.00 a.m. – 15.30 p.m.
Meeting time: 08.00 am.
Meeting Point: BTS Saphan Taksin station, Exit 2.
- You will see our tour guide wearing HiveSters Polo-shirt, greeting to you with big smile. Tour guide contact details to be released upon booking.
Drop Off Point: Phanfa Peir, next to Golden Mountain (Bangkok Old Town area)
What to Bring: A copy passport for security check at the Grand Palace. Camera, sun screen, sunglasses. An open mind with big smile.
What to wear: Visting the Grand Palace is also paying respect to Thailand’s most revered Buddha image Wat Phra Kaew or the Emerald Buddha, which is housed in the Grand Palace complex. As is usual when visiting royals, a strict dress code is required.
- Shorts, cutoffs, short skirts, or garments that do not cover the legs are NOT allowed.
- No revealing clothing can be worn.
- No sleeveless tops, tanks tops, vests or shirts with sleeves rolled up and no slippers or flip flops.
- Activities as stated in the program.
- Entrance fees to the Grand Palace and Wat Pho.
- A friendly & experienced licensed English speaking tour guide.
- Transportation: public boat, tuk tuk and taxi.
- A local souvenir handmade by villagers in the community.
- Travel insurance.
- Pick up and drop off to your doorstep.
- Personal expenses.
- Tips / gratuities for drivers or guide.