Discover the stories of Thai culture and history at two inspiring Bangkok attractions with individual ticket or on one combination ticket. At Ancient Siam, you'll feel as if you've walked through the entire Thailand in a day. The 'city', one of the largest outdoor museums in the world, is essentially a scaled-down version of the country, with many replicas and reconstructions of Thailand's historically significant structures. See temples, palaces, and shrines, and feel transported back in time as you make your way around the grounds. A colossal, three-headed elephant dominates the structure of The Erawan Museum. The attraction houses a variety of collections owned by museum owner Khun Lek Viriyapant, offering a look into local heritage, customs and craftsmanship. Both inside and out, it's a fascinating space and well worth a visit.
Pose for photos and hang out with international celebrities at Madame Tussauds Museum in the heart of Bangkok. Learn all there is to know about the famous wax museum and discover how the lifelike sculptures are created. Discover a stunning collection of wax figures from local showmen and notable politicians to world-class athletes and award-winning scientists. Explore the museum to meet your favorite stars: dance alongside Michael Jackson, strike a pose on the red carpet next to Angelina Jolie, press stud a quick selfie with Albert Einstein – all in a day!
When in Thailand, don't limit yourself to just Bangkok. Escape the capital and head to Pattaya with this tour! Get to visit the beach town's most frequented spots, such as the Pattaya Floating Market, Pattaya beach, and Art In Paradise Pattaya. Not just that, but this tour will also take you to the Colosseum Show - the largest and most spectacular cabaret show in Thailand. Experience Pattaya's relaxing vibe as you go through your culturally immersive itinerary. Go shopping at Pattaya Floating Market, lounge by Pattaya beach, take loads of pictures with Art In Paradise Pattaya's creative murals, and be amazed by the performances at the Colosseum Show. Make the most out of your holiday with all these awesome activities. Worrying about the distance and the commute? Good thing this tour has a convenient pick up and drop off transfer service at Siam Paragon Mall. Drop by on time and be whisked off to a splendid tour of Pattaya!
If you've had your share of Tom Yum for one trip, try out the Bangkok Chinatown Food Tour where you'll get to dive into another culture, cuisine and architecture on a fun, shocking and at times extreme adventure in this very special parting of Bangkok. A haven for the new generation of gourmands, explorers and souvenir hunters, Chinatown is a one kilometer strip next to Charoenkrung Road and is a engaged area lined with market stalls, street restaurants, gold shops and the clamors of excited sellers eager to flog their wares. Hectic, bustling and vibrant, the contagious energy of Bangkok's Chinatown is not an experience to miss.
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.
Discover a newer side of Thailand with this guided daytime exploration of Pattaya from Bangkok. Located only a two-hour drive away from Bangkok, this bustling city has become a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to the country due to its unique attractions and activities! In the morning, you'll meet up with your guide and group at the lobby of the Adagio Bangkok Hotel, then hop inside an air-conditioned van as soon as everyone's all settled. The first stop of the tour is the Teddy Museum, which features more than 3,000 cuddly bears, presented with a variety of different sceneries and themes. Take a quick lunch break, at your own expense, at Central Festival Shopping Mall, followed by some shopping for souvenirs and gifts that you'll bring back home. You'll then travel to to a secret hillside viewing point and take in stunning views of Pattaya in peace, away from the noise and crowds of the engaged city. Stop by Pattaya Dolphin World and watch an awesome dolphin show that consists of rare pink dolphins performing cool tricks in front of a big crowd! After the show, hop on a boat ride as you make your way to Pattaya Floating Market, where you can meet the locals and try a variety of delicious local food, at your own expense. Your last destination for the day is Mimosa, a cute, European-style village that makes you feel like you're actually in Europe. Catch an amazing cabaret show in the village, before you pack up and head back to Bangkok.
Even better than expected! The elephant was absolutely enormous. And even better - after climbing up all of the stairs we found ourselves looking out of a window that was in tbe elephant’s stomach itself! Erawan is definitely one of the best tourist destinations in Bangkok. A great and quiet place midweek too!
Thoroughly enjoyed this trip. For me, the fact that you have the choice of hiring a bike, taking a tram or driving a golf caddie aids in the adventure. My friend and I hired a golf caddie and had a wonderful 3 hour adventure. We stopped for photos and food/drinks a couple of time.
I would go back here though, the site is nestled in the suburbs of Bangkok and quite quiet.
Quite far from Bangkok city center but you can ride the train for a more affordable means of transpo. This place is wortb the visit. You get to see different iconic temples and shrines of Bangkok. I also enjoyed the tram because you get to tour this big place better compared to renting a bike. Better to drive a golf cart but due to limited number of carts, we just opted for the tram.
This is the second time I've been to Ancient City, and it's absolutely worth it. The set menu is fantastic, along with dessert buffet.
The Erawan museum is also a must, together with a collection of Bronze Budda statue museum which you cannot take photos at the top.
This is a must visit when You get to Bangkok.
However, do not trust the direction given for Erawan museum. Get off at Chang Erawan BTS, and you will find it at walking distance =]]
An incredible place. Be sure to visit it if you go to Bangkok. We only bought entry fee from Klook. We got there with BTS and then with Pickup for 8 baht/person. We rented a golf cart inside. The park is huge and it is best to rent a golf car. The price is 350 THB per hour, then 200 per hour. If you are with childs, keep an eye on the lakes and rivers because there may be lizards Varan. They are not dangerous,
but they are big and can shock you with their appearance. I recommend buying tickets from Klook not only for this attraction but for all attractions. They save me a lot of money
Erawan museum is really awesome. The building inside the elephant statue is decorated magnificently. I also enjoyed having some local thai food (pad thai, som tam, etc.) in the erawan foodcourt.
Ancient City (Mueang Boran) is so huge. It is not recommended for you to just walk. It is better to take a bicycle to get around in the theme park.
It is recommended to have a 1-day visit at these two places. It is also recommended to buy a package with set menu meal of Kantoke Rimnam since it will provide some delicious local thai food for you to eat. I really enjoy taking this package during my holiday in Bangkok. Thank you.