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Get out of bustling Bangkok and visit the sleepy town of Kanchanaburi! Satisfy your curiosity with a dose of culture as you explore the historical landmark. On this full day tour, witness the beat-up old streets symbolic to Kanchanaburi's tragedies and triumphs during World War II under the imperial rule of the Japanese. Begin the day early as you meet with your English or Chinese speaking guide at the Siam Paragon Mall. Just before noon, you will get to enjoy a sumptious local-style lunch before moving on towards the infamous Death Railway for scenic views of the River Kwai. Revisit your history lessons as you step on earth once more at the Ancient City Wall, where you'll find mini Angkor Wat monuments surrounding the park. Stroll around at the Historic Old Street––one of the last ancient pieces within Kanchanaburi––popular for its night markets and allied cemeteries. Dig deeper into Thailand's war chronicles as you recount the unfortunate events on a boat ride on River Kwai. End the tour with a relaxing walk on the River Kwai Bridge. Return to Bangkok filled with memories and new lessons from this insightful tour. Complete with guide and a round trip transfer service, Kanchanaburi is worth every mile traveled as you fall for its mythical charm.
US$ 40.49
US$ 34.49
Book now for 1 Oct 2021
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!
US$ 233.80
US$ 184.35
Book now for 1 Oct 2021
Eager to explore Thailand? Travel from bustling Bangkok to the sleepy town of Kanchanaburi and get a dose of culture as you explore the historical landmark. On this two-day tour, discover Kanchanaburi's tragedies and triumphs during WWII under Japanese occupation. On the first day, begin early with a comfortable pick up service from your Bangkok hotel and immediately move on to the provincial town in about 3 hours. Once you've arrived, get excited to befriend some elephants and hop on them too for an unforgettable ride that will cement your Thailand trip to memory. Chill on a bamboo raft after and cruise along Kanchanaburi's clear river. Revisit your history lessons as you visit the infamous Death Railway and the throwback venue at Mallika theme park to put a Siamese twist to your tour – don't forget to dress up in traditional Thai clothing for a more immersive Siamese experience! Dig deeper into Thailand's war chronicles as you recount the unfortunate events at the River Kwai Bridge. End the first day as you're whisked away back to your hotel for a good night's sleep. Make the most out of the tour on your second day with a watery adventure at the Erawan National Park. Go for a dip in the emerald waters or a short trek up Erawan Waterfalls, anything is possible here with its Hindi origins blessing the natural wonder. Move on to a different kind of water activity, this time soak in the warmth of a variety pools at Rock Valley Hot Spring and Fish Spa. There's hot spring, herbal, and cool pools to suit your mood. End the tour happy, well-rested, and filled with memories as you go back to your Bangkok hotel. Complete with round trip transfer services, Kanchanaburi is worth every mile traveled as you fall for its mythical charm.
US$ 138.79
US$ 120.65
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Go Bangkok Bike Tour

4.6 135 reviews | 1K+ Booked
Get the experience of a lifetime by joining this bicycle tour of Bangkok, which takes you to cultural hotspots and popular tourist landmarks. Meet up with your tour group at the Go Bangkok Tours HQ, then head towards your first stop - the Old Customs House, which used to be the first location visited by ancient travelers of the past. Now known for its bright and vibrant Muslim culture, you'll get to acquaint yourself with the country's Muslim residents during your visit. Pedal towards the Holy Rosary Church, the oldest in the city, followed by the bustling Chinatown, where you'll learn all about its history and background as you follow your English-speaking guide through its engaged streets. Pass through the Chao Phraya River and take in the smells and sights of the local market, filled with fresh fruits, vegetables, and blooming flowers, as you cross the river and marvel at the pristine blue river bordered by the tall skyscrapers. Stop by the Princess Mother Memorial Park, a memorial park for the Princess Mother Srinagarindra filled with gorgeous flower gardens and exhibitions. See the examples of classic Thai architecture when you visit Wat Prayoon, Wat Kalayanamitr, and Wat Aroon temples, before you travel back to the Go Bangkok Tours HQ for some refreshing drinks before the tour concludes.
US$ 17.99
US$ 15.29
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Local and Rural Bangkok Bike Tours

4.8 92 reviews | 1K+ Booked
Go off the beaten track and visit places you never knew existed in and around Bangkok. Cycle through the backstreets of Chinatown, passing by vibrant markets and local Buddhist temples. Leave the city skyline behind and cross the river to Bangkok's old historic capital, Chonburi. Enjoy biking through peaceful, rural Bangkok where people live in wooden-framed homes on stilts. Choose the 5 hour tour and be transported further into rural Bangkok on a traditional long-tail boat. Marvel at the beautiful landscape as you cycle through picturesque banana plantations and lush green fields. For more hardy adventures, opt for the full day tour where you’ll venture into the outskirts of Bangkok by way of the classic railway and return on the modern sky train. Led by friendly Co Van Kessel tour guides, these bicycle tours are some of the best-reviewed in Bangkok and will show you contrasting sides of Bangkok from modern, urban lifestyles to rural traditions so get into the saddle for the best way to discover this unique city!
US$ 25.95
US$ 24.75
Book now for 24 Sep 2021
US$ 57.65
US$ 32.05
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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.
US$ 81.85
US$ 76.75
Book now for 25 Sep 2021
Want to see as much as you can of the beautiful Ayutthaya in one day? Look no further! Truly absorb and bask in the rich culture of Thailand when you board the award-winning Thanatharee Cruise. This teak wood boat, cozy and homely, is the perfect way to tour Ayutthaya. Enjoy authentic and delicious Thai meals while looking out at the water and admiring the natural beauty of the city. Each day of the week is a new adventure with a new itinerary, so there is sure to be an activity that suits every customer! Pick the day that has an itinerary that suits your interests to make the most out of this tour. Bike through the village and admire the traditional handicrafts, perfect gifts for loved ones back home! Snap pictures of historical temples with ornate decor and statues. You also get to see the village and local life of Thailand when you visit bustling local communities and peaceful agricultural landscapes. Visit the local orphanage to help prepare meals and bond with the friendly people of the city. You don't get to miss out on making your own arts and crafts either! There are activities for clay modeling and visits to the Miniature Court Doll factory for admiring intricately made dolls. Each day is packed with great activities that will interest and entertain you to no end! You definitely get to see all the most beautiful parts of the city through this tour. Get your fill of the beautiful and historical Ayutthaya on this easy, quick, and fun one day tour!
US$ 136.39
US$ 118.40
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Explore one of Thailand's oldest and most unique traditions. The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour takes you to the most popular floating market in Thailand. Hop onto a decorated long-tail boat and glide down the narrow canals hunting for exotic fruit and vegetable deals. Peek at the small houses on stilts that queue the shore and discover Thailand's traditional peaceful lifestyle contrasted to the hectic buzz of the river market. Pick up a few souvenirs and take stunning pictures of the winding waterways a one-of-a-kind Bangkok experience. Choose to extend your tour by shopping at King Power with exclusive privileges included in your package! Treat yourself with duty free products from various international brands while enjoying free discounts. Have a memorable stay in Bangkok by visiting these major attractions.
US$ 20.99
US$ 19.49
Book now for 1 Jan 2022
Explore Thailand’s iconic floating markets on a fun whole day tour and get immersed in the authentic local life. The three markets on the itinerary are Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Maeklong Railway Market and the weekend Amphawa Floating Market. You can choose to see it all in a day or go with a more relaxing option of visiting just two markets. Damnoen Saduak is the biggest and most famous floating market in Bangkok while Maeklong Railway Market offers a unique shopping experience that is interrupted by a train regularly running right through the market space! Watching the tracks go from being completely covered in market stalls, to the shop owners pulling in their wares before setting up all over again in a matter of seconds is a true sight to behold! Amphawa Floating Market is another authentic floating market popular with the locals for weekend shopping. Part guided by a friendly and informative guide, and parting free time for you to explore on your own, the tour also includes other itinerary highlights including Wat Bang Kung and Thai Boxing Temple.
US$ 47.95
US$ 23.99
Book now for 21 Apr 2022
US$ 35.99
US$ 29.69
Book now for 25 Sep 2021

What people are saying about Boat Tours in Bangkok

Kevin Published 544 days ago
Worth the time and money you spent. The little details which Klook prepared is amazing, and the tour guide is fantastic, she can speak dual-language (Mandarin & English). A must visit place in Bangkok Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Maeklong Railway Market. At the floating market, must have the scrumptious coconut ice-cream and local food. As for buying the items, bargain more! While at the Maeklong Railway Market, it's a must visit place as hard to get such market where train will passby and all shops need to be moved away. A unique experience! Thank you Klook and would love to use more curated plans in the future!
George Ian Published 559 days ago
Wonderful experience booking this tour. Klook provided a bus that made us so comfortable travelling approximately 2hours heading to Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Market. Our tour guide, Bon, was a nice man. He gave us details needed in our tour and he even gave us recommendations about what to do in Bangkok. Good job, Bon! Thanks, Klook for the experience!
sofiane Published 578 days ago
Good value for money (a taxi from Bangkok to the market costs around 1000 bth), the departure time was respected. Our guide (Phaisan) was awesome. We took the excursion with our 18 month old boy and it was not a constraint for the excursion. It was great I highly recommend ????
Muhammad Hafiz Published 584 days ago
Booked the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Market. Meeting location was easy to locate. Jenny was our tour guide. On our way to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Jenny told us the basic history of Bangkok and taught us some basic Thai language. At Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, we sat on a boat and travel around the floating market for about 40 mins. The foods price are fix but the souvenirs are allow to bargain. There's halal restaurant after the tour. At Maeklong Railway Market, we are allowed to walk on our own for about 2 hours. The train can be seen twice at 11.10am and 11.30am. There is also a massage parlour which cost about 350 baht. We don't see any halal restaurant there. On our way back we were allowed to choose to drop at IconSiam, Asiatique or Siam Paragon. Jenny bought us some fruits and she gave us drinking water during the tour.
Victoria Published 584 days ago
An amazing tour! Highly recommend the early tour that starts at 7am. The traffic is not too bad at the time and you will get time to sleep on the bus. You also get back to Bangkok with a half day remaining! Our tour guide Wasim was amazing! He was so friendly and knowledgeable. He definitely made the tour more enjoyable. He taught us Thai phrases to use while bargaining. The tour gave us enough time to wander on our own and take in the scenery. Highly recommend this tour if you want to go to floating and railway market conveniently!
Gde Putu Published 591 days ago
Bangkok Floating Markets Tour: Damnoen Saduak, Maeklong Railway, and Amphawa Markets >> This tour package deserves to get 5 star rating. Everything just run smooth as expected, from check in before embarking to the bus, along the way and getting back to the assemble point. We got also some surprised services such as hop in a train ride and a visit to Wat Bang Kung – a unique temple hidden within the roots of a banyan tree. There are also some more unique items you will see at Wat Bang Kung such as Statues of soldiers in 18th century dress, Statue of General Taksin (he would eventually become King Taksin) an A pier to enter the temple if arriving by boat from the MaeKhlong river. Then cruising along MaeKhlong river is very enjoyable during evening to see fireflies on the riber bank. Not so many there but we saw some of them.

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