Even if you don’t have much time in Bangkok, it would be a shame to miss out on seeing the capital’s key attractions. Luckily, there is a convenient morning tour that will take up just a bit of your time and introduce you to the must-see destinations in Bangkok. Get ready to start the day early—you will depart first on a mini sightseeing adventure at 9:30am from Century Mall. You will then be taken directly to the majestic Grand Palace, the official home of the Kings of Siam since 1782 and the Wat Phra Kaew, Thailand’s most important Buddhist temple housing the iconic Emerald Buddha. Afterwards, you can choose to shop duty free products at King Power. Take advantage of your free King Power Duty Free Privileges voucher containing exclusive discounts to over a thousand brands! Step up your shopping game and indulge in this premium offer for travelers. Enjoy a day of touring and shopping in Bangkok!
See the best of Bangkok on a 6-hour tour taking you to the city’s prime landmarks. Kick off early in the morning from your meet up point at Century Mall and head over to visit the stunning Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Cross the river on a ferry and stop by a local favorite market, Wang Lang Market, for a delicious lunch. After lunch, you will embark on a sightseeing cruise along the Chao Phraya River on a traditional longtail boat where you will sail past the majestic Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), the Royal Thai Navy Dockyard, Royal Barges Museum and more! Keep a memento of this incredible tour at King Power where you can choose to make the most out of your free King Power Duty Free Privileges voucher! Savor an amazing shopping experience with exclusive traveler discounts and perks when you buy premium duty free items and souvenirs. Shop to your heart's content and end the tour on a high note.
Explore Bangkok’s Old City in detail on an immersive 6-hour tour with an English-speaking guide. Kick off at 9:30am with a meet up at Century Mall and start your sightseeing adventure. Your first stop on the tour is the majestic Grand Palace, the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782. While in the area, visit the Wat Phra Kaew (the Temple of the Emerald Buddha), regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in the country. Stop for a delicious local lunch at a nearby market before continuing the journey. The next tour stop will bring you to the magnificent Wat Pho complex the giant sleeping Buddha awaits your gaze. By 3:45pm, take home some souvenirs and purchase duty free products at King Power Rangnam! Luxuriate in an incredible shopping experience with traveler discounts and perks provided by an exclusive King Power voucher included in your package. After a engaged day of sightseeing, you have the option of indulging in a relaxing massage at the Wat Pho massage school.
Explore Thailand's iconic floating markets and immerse yourself in the authentic Thai life in this fun private day tour! The first stop of the tour is the Maeklong Railway Market, a market that sits atop train tracks. Here you'll witness the vendors folding their umbrellas and moving their produce as the train comes charging down. You'll then head to Wat Bang Kung, a temple hidden within the roots of a banyan tree. Learn the historic significance of the temple from the tour guide and marvel at the beautiful natural surroundings. Your next stop is the Amphawa Floating Market, which boasts a unique small town charm. Join the locals for some shopping here, and get freshly caught fish, crab, and other seafood. End the tour with a relaxing long-tail boat ride to see the beautifully glowing fireflies at night!
Explore every corner of Bangkok by seeing its signature attractions and biking through narrow streets and hidden pathways. Choose between a 3 hour, half day and full day tour and see Thailand's capital at your own pace.
Bangkok City Culture will give you an express tour of the city with a ride through a local fresh market, temples, small communities and high-end shopping streets.
Colors of Bangkok is a half-day tour that will let you explore the city from the engaged slums to the greenest areas on the other side of the Chao Phraya River and a visit to a Muay Thai school. Last but not least, if you have a whole day to spare, make sure you catch Bangkok Paradise Tour – a full day exploration adventure of Bangkok suburbs with visits to a flower market, Golden Temple, incense factory and more.
This tour takes you on a discovery adventure around Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya – the Sacred City of Ayutthaya, founded in 1350 and proudly holding the title of the Siamese royal capital until 1767. The first stop of the biking tour invites you to Pom Phet, also known as 'Diamond Fortress'. You will then explore local neighbourhoods on the way to 'Roti Road', where you will get to taste signature Thai delicacies recommended by your experienced guide. Cycle though the calm Somdet Phra Srinakarinda Park to the next stop at Chedi Phra Si Suriyothai memorial where you will have time to take loads of memorable photos before heading out to visit a Muslim community, Ayutthaya Historical Park and two of Thailand's well-known temples: Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and Wat Mahathat. The Ayutthaya biking adventure concludes with a shopping spree at a local market and a ferry across Palak River before making your own way to your next destination.
Discover Bangkok's Thonburi area on a gentle 4 hour bike ride and get to know the city's cultural and culinary traditions. Walk with your bike through Klongsan market and cycle to a Chinese pagoda on then banks of the Chao Praya River. Ride through a quiet neighbourhood and stop at the local street food market where your private guide will explain the history of local dishes. Continue along the river until you see one of the most magnificent symbolic temples of Bangkok – Temple of Dawn. After the insightful visit, slow down at a local Thai restaurant for the main meal of the trip. The final parting of the adventure takes you to the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and the flower market. Marvel at fresh florals from all around Thailand before heading back.
Enjoy a relaxing bike ride through the suburbs of Ayutthaya exploring the old capital's ruins and historical parks. Hop on a bike and start the tour by riding through quiet villages and rice fields. At noon, you will relax over a light Thai lunch and go on to visit Ayutthaya's signature Buddhist temples: Wat Mahathat and Wat Pra Sri Sanphet. Ride though the local market where you will get to discover Thailand's cuisine in all its richness and sample fried and baked local delicacies. The tour of the temples then continues with a stop over at Luang Phor Lokayasuttha, home to the biggest reclining Buddha in Ayutthaya. Your trip will conclude with the crossing of the Chao Phraya River before you make your way to your next destination, to Bangkok or stay on in Ayutthaya.
Not a fan of noisy motorways or having your sightseeing interrupted by a traffic jam? Then try exploring Bangkok in the most traditional way possible - hop on a long tail boat and discover the city's hidden corners away from the frantic buzz. The tour brings you from the majestic Grand Palace to the magnificent Emerald Buddha at Wat Phra Kaew before taking you down the River of Kings - the Chao Praya River - where you get to fully enjoy the peace and quiet of the winding canals and get acquainted with the local communities that live along the banks of the river.
If there's anything better than chocolate, it's the chocolatier. Be one for a day in this fun cooking class at Chocolab! Located inside the swanky So Sofitel Hotel in Bangkok, this specialty shop not only offers a wide range of confectionery, but also 2-hour chocolate-making group sessions with experts. Join a class by choosing between the morning and afternoon schedules and set a date for a chance to meet fellow foodies. Be greeted by an English-speaking chocolatier on the day of your class, your group's guide throughout the whole process. Try your hand at recreating the shop's best-selling Chocolate Mendiant and Chocolate Truffle, two easy recipes that you'll master in no time. Enjoy curating the taste to your preference and have your finished products ready to go in a cutesy souvenir box. Get discounts off your chosen class schedule when you book through Klook!
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What people are saying about Sightseeing in Bangkok
Ms. Cherry was a lovely tour guide, very pleasant and spoke good English and accommodated well, even our tour companions who were late for the meet up time. We had a wonderful time visiting all the temples in the itinerary and you get ample time learning about them from Ms. Cherry and photo-taking time for each. Take note that lunch is not included in this package, only bottled water, so bring cash. The longboat ride was a fun way to see Bangkok from a different perspective. Make sure to give enough time to get to the meet-up point as traffic can get bad.
The day tour as such was a great experience. Our tour guide Boy provided a lot of information in a professional way.
However, be aware Grand Palace is a beautiful place but over crowded with 10,000 visitors daily which makes it hard to enjoy and take pictures.
But Wat Pho is worth the visit. It shows the glory of Buddhism.
Wait there is more Chao Pharaya River allows to move around fast and traffic shows it. Golden Mount is a refreshing place with great view of Bangkok especially later afternoon.
Overall we can recommend the tour to visit Bangkok's main attraction at one day.
The BEST tour in Bangkok! Sure it is a bit pricey than most tour, but it is worth it. I did the trip on 24 December and all the drivers wore Santa costumes which was really amazing. Our guide, Eye, was really informative and I learned a lot about Thai culture and everyday life from her. Dinner at this Michelin starred pad thai place is also included! “Snacks” in the market are also included. Final stop is at the flower market where you will have dessert (sticky rice mango!)
The Bangkok Landmarks Day Tour is very worth it because the admission tickets through Klook are cheaper than if you were to buy it there and you get a van that takes you to each destination. As the schedule is tightly followed, you have to make sure you follow your guide and try to keep up. We had Kitty as our guide and she is very kind and even bought a Thai pancake for us to try. Kitty was very informative and if we had further questions about the background for the different landmarks, she always knew the answer.
The tour was very nice. It was very informative especially for first timers in Bangkok.
If you really want to enjoy the tour, prepare yourselves to get wet (if you will travel during the wet season 😊) and wear comfortable shoes for long walks.
Our tour guide was very accommodating. We had a fun experience!
Had so much fun with this day tour. We’ve been to a lot of tourist destinations in Bangkok in just one day in a hassle-free and convenient way. Plus, a friendly tourist guide who made sure we are comfortable and informed of the history behind the temples we’ve been to. I highly recommend for you to book this tour. Kodus to the team!