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What places to visit in Bangkok?

What to see in Bangkok

People say that Bangkok never sleeps and it is true ! Here is a small list of things to see in Bangkok with the places to visit absolutely like Wat Phra Kaew attached to the Grand Palais, their neighborWat Pho and its magnificent reclining Buddha and Wat Arun on the other bank of Chao Phraya river. i advice you to use the subway and Chao Praya Express boats to get there. And to discover another facet of Bangkok, I recommend you to go discover the klongs. On the weekends id possible when floating markets take place.
I also listed at the end of the page some good tours, excursions and activities that you can do in Bangkok or from Bangkok. Click here to see them.

Must-visit places in Bangkok

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Wat Pho

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Very pleasant in the late afternoon, just opposite to the Wat Phra Kaew, it is famous for its huge reclining Buddha.
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Wat Arun

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or Temple of Dawn on the other side of the river in front of Wat Po. The crossing by tray boat is very cheap (3 bahts)
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The klongs

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These small canals going through Bangkok take you rto a completly different setting : very quiet, rural, almost out of time. You really have the the impression of having left the city.
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Wat Phra Kaew

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and its many buildings with gilding and refined decorations. No entry after 15:30 is possible. Try schedule the visit in the morning to be sure.
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Great Palace

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royal residence which is now used only for ceremonies. It is right next to Wat Phra Keo
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Golden Mountain

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which offers a beautiful view of the city and where you can see the contrast between modernity and the more fragile houses.
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Klong Lat Mayom Floating Market

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This small floating market on the immediate outskirts of Bangkok is open on weekends only and is a nice place to visit to discover the life on the canals of the Thai capital city. Collective or private boat tours leave. I advise you to combine your visit with a tour on the klongs (canals).
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At the top of the Mahanakhon Tower, on the 78th floor, culminating at over 300 meters, it offers the highest and most impressive view over the Thai capital city. Its part with its glass floor above the void is not for those who are subject to vertigo.
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Wat Pak Nam Phasi Charoen

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This temple, not yet very known to foreign tourists, already attracted some of them thanks to the superb colored vault of its chedi, but it should attract many more once its large Buddha image will be completed.
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Talad Noï

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This small district of Bangkok Chinatown, has the atmosphere of a small village. It is very pleasant and exotic to wander there on foot. Talad Noi with its small alleys, his street art works, his old houses, his mechanics stalls, his local life gives you a very different image of Bangkok.
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Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre

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This theater in the center of Bangkok perpetuates the tradition of Thai drama and dance and gives at least 3 small performances every day showing short sequences of traditional visual arts. And the best part is that it's free! Well almost ! I invite you to consult the details on the dedicated sheet on the site.
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Other nice places to visit in Bangkok

Wat Suthat

Wat Suthat

starstarstarstarstar temple in front of which stands the big swing. Its courtyard is very nice and pretty. It is not far from the golden mountain.
Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya

starstarstarstarstar Even if it is more interesting to sleep there and stay at least 2 days, Ayutthaya, former capital of Siam Kingdom can be visited very easy in one day from Bangkok. It is the nearest historical destination from the capital. Tourists come here to explore its ruins of temples classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. They get here by themselves by train or hire a guide who organizes everything for them.
Wat Benchamabophit

Wat Benchamabophit

starstarstarstar one of our favorite temples in Bangkok. Peaceful with its small watercourse, it is pleasant to be. In the main bulding, the sitting Buddha with its blue background is beautiful on photographs.
Vimanmek Palace (Dusit Palace)

Vimanmek Palace (Dusit Palace)

starstarstarstar the largest teak house in the world.
Muang Boran (Ancient City)

Muang Boran (Ancient City)

starstarstarstar at about 70 km from Bangkok, this park includes replicas at larger or smaller scales of the most famous temples in Thailand and some of Cambodian, Burmese, Laotian or Chinese temples. A suprising visit that can be a introduction to your stay in the country.
Wat Ratchabophit

Wat Ratchabophit

starstarstarstar not far from Wat Pho and Grand Palace, this architecturally refined temple is rarely visited but really worth a visit
Jim Thompson House

Jim Thompson House

starstarstarstar turned into a museum, the house consists of old buildings from different provinces of Thailand that Jim Thompson had made rebuilt here. You can see many pieces of his collection of art objects and learn the basics of silk work in Thailand. Jim Thompson was an American businessman who helped revitalize the Thai silk industry in the 1950s and 1960s
Taling Chan Floating Market

Taling Chan Floating Market

starstarstarstar small market held on weekends. The floating portion is quite small but is a nice place and still quite unknown among tourists. It is also a good starting point to visit the klongs, the small canals running through Bangkok. Prices are lower and tours offered interesting.
Koh Kret island

Koh Kret island

starstarstarstar this small island outside of Bangkok is an exotic and charming place. Here you will be away from the noise of the city. The inhabitants are Mon. They are famous for their pottery.
Phutthamonthon

Phutthamonthon

starstarstarstar about thirty kilometers from Bangkok, this huge park is known for the big Walking Buddha statue standing at its center which is reportedly the largest in the world. Around it, monuments recall the main stages of the life of Lord Buddha and a temple houses the sacred texts of Theravada Buddhism carved in marble stone.
Wat Traimit

Wat Traimit

starstarstarstar known for its 3 meters high golden Buddha. It is the largest solid golden statue in the world. It stayed hidden under a layer of plaster for a very long time. Rediscovered in the 50s, it is now exposed at Wat Traimit.
Chatuchak Week End Market

Chatuchak Week End Market

starstarstarstar is the largest market in Bangkok. It is held every weekend. You can find and buy almost everything. The Chatuchak Market is such a phenomenon that it has become a tourist attraction even though the Thais remain by far its main customers.
Wat Pariwat

Wat Pariwat

starstarstarstar Even if its nickname is <em>the David Beckham Temple</em>, it is more for the small statues of various comic and manga characters that are among the statues decorating the exterior of one of the halls of the temple that it is fun to visit Wat Pariwat. It is a curiosity still little known by tourists and a unique temple marrying Buddhism, super heroes and cartoons.
Wat Bang Chak

Wat Bang Chak

starstarstarstar This amazing temple opposite Koh Kret island on the outskirts of Bangkok is in my opinion a must see place when you go visit the island on the Chao Phraya river.
Lhong 1919

Lhong 1919

starstarstarstar This small market located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, mixing art galleries, craft shops, restaurants and bars installed in warehouses of Chinese architectural style dating back almost 2 centuries, is not lacking in charm, especially with its beautiful Street Art paintings, and really deserves to be better known and more visited.
Amphawa

Amphawa

starstarstarstar Especially interesting for its floating market installed on weekends on a canal, the surroundings of Amphawa Floating Market which is a 1h30 drive from Bangkok are also interesting with boat tours, several other floating markets, the surprising Mae Klong Railway Merket less than 10 kilometers away, its countryside, its crafts... A destination more interesting to visit on weekends.
Kundeejeen Community

Kundeejeen Community

starstarstarstar This small hamlet along the Chao Phraya River in Thonburi district in Bangkok is a place steeped in history and tradition. It was first the Portuguese immigrants who came to settle there after the sack of Ayutthaya by the Burmese when the capital of the Kingdom was moved here. Today, the community perpetuates its historical and culinary traditions there.
Thonburi district

Thonburi district

starstarstarstar This district located just opposite the most visited monuments in Bangkok, on the other bank of the Chao Phraya river, has a very pleasant small village atmosphere and is full of interesting places to visit to discover both the history and the diversity of Bangkok culture. It can be visited very easily by wlaking. Especially following my Walking Tour itinerarytinerary.
Khlong Bang Luang Floating Market

Khlong Bang Luang Floating Market

starstarstar This is not a floating market but a small part of a sympathetic canal (klong in Thai language) sometimes on the programme of in tours on the klongs of Bangkok especially for the show at the Artist House. Exotic and only a few metro stops from the Grand Palais.
Artist's House (Baan Silapin)

Artist's House (Baan Silapin)

starstarstar Also known as Baan Silapin, this teak canal house in Bangkok is home to a puppet and traditional dance school that gives a show every day.
Asiatique The Riverfront

Asiatique The Riverfront

starstarstar this night market located in old docks of Bangkok along the Chao Phraya river, provides shopping and dinners in quality restaurants. It is a unique place in Bangkok and getting more and more famous. Asiatique is more Hi-So compared to night markets we are used to see in Thailand.
Wat Intharawihan

Wat Intharawihan

starstarstar interesting for its 32 meters hight big Buddha image decorated with glass and gold mosaics. Oddly little known, Wat Intharawihan worth a visit ofr its unique in Bangkok statue.
Bang Nam Phueng Floating Market

Bang Nam Phueng Floating Market

starstarstar This small floating market is held on Saturdays and Sundays near Bang Krachao, just on the outskirts of Bangkok. This is one of the best floating markets in close proximity to Bangkok even if it is not actually ''floating''. It is interesting to add it to your tour in Bang Krachao the green lung of Bangkok.
Bang Krachao, Bangkok's green lung

Bang Krachao, Bangkok's green lung

starstarstar Also called 'Bangkok's green lung', this little area of nature is a good option to escape the bustle of the city. You can have some nice bicycke rides there, discover a floating market and relax in a beautiful park. A good getaway for weekends (the floating market is only open on weekends).
Wat Bowonniwet

Wat Bowonniwet

starstarstar A 5 minute walk from the famous Khao San Road, this temple is however not much visited by tourists. It is a very important place in the royal and religious history of Thailand. Several kings were monks there, including the late King Bhumibol who died in October 2016. The temple has a superb chedi and magnificent Buddha images in its main hall.
Chinatown

Chinatown

starstarstar Bangkok's Chinatown has a life of its own. It is one of the busiest and most commercial area in the Thai capital city and also a convenient base for exploring Bangkok and discovering the famous Thai Street Food in the evening.
Erawan Museum

Erawan Museum

starstarstar This large museum is one of the most interesting and well known in Bangkok although it is a few kilometers outside the city. You can't miss it with its huge statue of Erawan, a 3-headed elephant.
Neon Market

Neon Market

starstarstar This fairly new night market is one of the nice places to dine or shop in Bangkok in the evening. Its weak point remains its location a little far from the metro.
Bang Kapi floating footbridge to cross the canal

Bang Kapi floating footbridge to cross the canal

starstarstar This ingenious floating footbridge installed with a system of pulleys and pedals to move it in one direction or the other is one of the little curiosities of a Bangkok off the beaten track. Not a visit to put on the program if you are in a hurry but if you take the time to discover Bangkok in a different way.
ICON SIAM

ICON SIAM

starstarstar Yes, it's a shopping center but it has almost become a monument to visit in Bangkok. For its architectural style, the fact that it illustrates the splendor of Bangkok's large malls or at least just for the view of the Chao Phraya river that it offers from its 6th floor terrace. By the way, you can also go shopping there ;)
JODD FAIRS Rama 9

JODD FAIRS Rama 9

starstarstar This is one of the nicest night markets in Bangkok. Large selection of food and clothing and craft products including jewelry. A great place to eat well and shop especially as it is right next to a large shopping center.
Siam House of Bizarre Creatures

Siam House of Bizarre Creatures

starstar little funny museum especially interesting for curious people who will love its collections of weird animals such as two-headed turtles. Don't come especially for the museum but it can be nice to see it when visiting the Taling Chan Floating Market next door.
Santa Cruz Church

Santa Cruz Church

starstar It is one of the churches, if not the most famous Catholic church in Bangkok. Ideally located in the Thonburi district, 50 meters from the banks of the Chao Phraya river, it was built by the Portuguese who settled here.

Other visits suggestions in Bangkok

  • National Museum
    where you can discover the masterpieces of thai art.
  • Royal Barges Museum
    which houses eight traditional boats decorated.

Tours in Bangkok and around

This selection includes tours, excursions and activities that I have personally tested or were tested by people I fully trust but also offers by recognized agencies or websites known for their seriousness and quality.

from bangkok: damnoen saduak floating market tour

From Bangkok: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Visit Damnoen Saduak Floating Market from Bangkok. Experience the colorful scene of vendors selling products from their boats. Enjoy a paddle boat ride around the market. Try some authentic Thai food.

bangkok: luxury buffet dinner cruise with live music

Bangkok: Luxury Buffet Dinner Cruise With Live Music

Offered in Englishenglish guide
End your day in bangkok with a luxury dinner cruise with your loved ones enjoying live music right on the Chao Phraya River. Savor delicious Thai and international cuisine as well as fresh seafood.

bangkok classical bicycle tour

Bangkok Classical Bicycle Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Discover the unknown Bangkok on a 3-hour bicycle tour that explores Chinatown and the Chao Praya River. Cross the river by pedestrian ferry and continue through backstreets discovering shop houses and the historic neighborhood of Thonburi.

half-day grand palace, wat pho & wat arun tour

Half-Day Grand Palace, Wat Pho & Wat Arun Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
See Bangkok's top temples in half day with our private tour to Grand Palace and Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), and Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn). Our Local Experts will show you beyond the iconic structures of these temples.

chinatown street food night tour with a local

Chinatown Street Food Night Tour with a Local

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Looking to spend a great evening time with deliciously local Thai street food, this trip is for you! Enjoy a secret street food stall follow by a great dessert at Chinatown. End the night at one-and-only Thai culture bar. Definitely a must in BKK!

bangkok classic & historic tour

Bangkok Classic & Historic Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Depart from Wat Arun to discover the Thonburi district, the Kundeejeen community, the Chao Phraya riverside, Buddhist and Chinese temples and a church.

bangkok old city tour

Bangkok Old City Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Discover the soul of the old Rattanakosin island in Bangkok by riding a escooter through the hidden alleys along the canals near Wat Saket (Golden Mountain), the Phra Athit fort and the Chao Phraya river, to then end the visit by the famous Khao San Road.

bangkok: 3 must visit temples and market walking tour

Bangkok: 3 must visit Temples and Market Walking Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Immerse yourself in the cultural and historical heritage of Bangkok by visiting the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha Temple, Reclining Buddha Temple, local markets, and Wat Arun. Trip with a local tour guide.

michelin guide street food tour by tuk tuk in bangkok

Michelin Guide Street Food Tour by Tuk Tuk in Bangkok

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Explore Bangkok's bustling Chinatown by Tuk Tuk to savor food from street stalls recommended in the Michelin Guide. Learn more about the stalls you visit from your informative guide.

king power mahanakhon skywalk discounted admission ticket

King Power MahaNakhon SkyWalk Discounted Admission Ticket

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Get a discount price to Mahanakhon SkyWalk that offers spectacular views over Bangkok. Walk across one of the world's largest glass floors and scope 360-degree panoramic views of Bangkok from Thailand’s highest observation deck.

bangkok tuk tuk night tour: food, markets & temples

Bangkok Tuk Tuk Night Tour: Food, Markets & Temples

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Go on a private Bangkok night Tuk Tuk tour and I'll share with you about Bangkok nightlife through a local's perspective. We'll go to local night markets and dine at a local's favorite restaurant, visit Bangkok's top temples after dark, and see the biggest flower market in Bangkok.

apprenez à cuisienr les nouilles thaïes avec un chef

Apprenez à cuisienr les nouilles thaïes avec un chef

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Le chef d'un restaurant de nouilles vous emmènera faire des emplettes dans un marché local le matin pour préparer le déjeuner ensemble ! Il vous apprendra à cuisiner une soupe de nouilles chaude à la thaïlandaise !

thonburi boat trip : explore local communities and savor delicious thai lunch

Thonburi Boat Trip : Explore Local Communities and Savor Delicious Thai Lunch

Offered in Englishenglish guide
In this trip, you will experience local culture among suburban atmosphere along the Thonburi canal. You will shop like locals at Bangkhunsri Fresh Market. Then, we will prepare and cook lunch together at my house in a local townhome community.

bangkok hidden walk with a historian

Bangkok Hidden Walk with a Historian

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Thonburi was the capital city of Siam. Along this serene Thonburi canal, Kudi-Chin is the old community hidden just near the Temple of Dawn. Both places are the icon of Thonburi, and we will give them (and many more places) a visit! I am also a history teacher, so you will be getting some cool insights about this local community and the past of Thailand :)

half-day authentic thai cooking class with pimmy

Half-Day Authentic Thai Cooking Class with Pimmy

Offered in Englishenglish guide
With Pink Chili Thai Cooking Class, go even further in your discovery of the Thai culture by learning basics of Thai cuisine with our professional and friendly teachers. Small group, authenticity and fun guaranty.

bang krachao bike tour: green lung & adventure

Bang Krachao Bike Tour: Green Lung & Adventure

Offered in Englishenglish guide
This private Bang Krachao bike tour starts in the morning. Let's get away from Bangkok's busy streets and crowds for a day and go cycling at a large park in Bang Krachao, also known as Bangkok's Green Lung. We'll also visit an old local temple and Siamese Fighting Fish Gallery, try local food, and have a sweet time at a tree house cafe.

chilling by the bangkok khlong tour

Chilling By The Bangkok Khlong Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Discover the local life on the banks of Bangkok's small canals that are called the ''klongs''. There you're almost back in the past when klongs were the main way of transport in Bangkok. The rural atmosphere really contrasts with the tumult of the Thai capital city. This tour is offered on electric scooters.

visit bang krachao on a e-scooter

Visit Bang Krachao on a e-scooter

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Discover Bang Krachao, a small haven of nature located right next to the great megalopolis that Bangkok is. Ride an e-scooter on the small raised cement paths through nature and houses for an exotic and relaxing 1 day tour.

visit koh kret island

Visit Koh Kret island

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Discover the small island of Koh Kret and its community of potters. Located on the Chao Phraya River, on the outskirts of Bangkok, Ko Kret offers a pleasant and exotic getaway from Bangkok and its permanent tumult.

chef-designed bangkok food tour

Chef-Designed Bangkok Food Tour

Offered in Englishenglish guide
This Thai Food Tour concocted by a Chef from Bangkok will take you to discover the flavors and diversity of Thai cuisine. Thai Street Food but also Thai popular restaurants. ''Delicious ''will be the word you will say the most during this tour!

alms offering & boat ride to temples

Alms Offering & Boat Ride to Temples

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Thonburi was the previous capital before Bangkok, located on the west site of Chao Phraya river. This trip will take you to see the ancient temple which brings alive back by maintaining the memories of the past and traditional ways of life. We'll also hop on a local boat rides and see what are there along the river.

chinatown walking from past to present

Chinatown Walking from Past to Present

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Bangkok Chinatown has been the biggest trading district in Thailand more than 200 years. It is the place where you can see local lives during business hours, supply chain & Chinese influences through the foods & architectures in the hidden alleys.

chatuchak market shopping & happiness sharing

Chatuchak Market Shopping & Happiness Sharing

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Want to be a volunteer for a day? Come along with me and I will let you enjoy the voluntary activities that will fulfill your heart and fulfill the happiness to others.

bangkok floating market & boat ride

Bangkok Floating Market & Boat Ride

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Khlong Lat Mayom floating market is not big and crowded like Damnoen Saduak or Amphawa but really has the charm and authenticity of a local market.

pottery making & chilled riverside lunch at koh kret with a local

Pottery Making & Chilled Riverside Lunch at Koh Kret with a Local

Offered in Englishenglish guide
Koh Kret is the only one island in the Chao Phraya River. Just a couple minutes taking ferry to this small island and you will be stunned with the variety of Thai local foods, desserts, fruits and snacks! Koh Kret is one of the must-visit places when you come to Thailand. The highlight here is you’re going to make your own pottery in a workshop!

Tours from Bangkok

kanchanaburi: erawan waterfalls, death railway and river kwai bridge
Safarine Tours

Kanchanaburi: Erawan waterfalls, Death Railway and River Kwai bridge


Private day excursion with local guide to discover the 3 must-sees of Kanchanaburi province: the Erawan Waterfalls, among the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand, take thetrain on the Death Railway, sail to the falous River Kwai Bridge. Departure possible from Bangkok or Ayuthaya.

damnoen saduak and mae klong from bangkok
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Damnoen Saduak and Mae Klong from Bangkok


Day trip from Bangkok to discover 2 emblematic Thai markets: the Mae Klong Railway Market, a market located on the railway, and Damnoen Saduak, the most famous floating market in Thailand.

visit ayutthaya & ang thong: two ancient cities in one day
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Visit Ayutthaya & Ang Thong: Two Ancient Cities in One Day


You will see the main ancien temples in Ayutthaya historical park and the biggest Buddha image in Thailand in Ang Thong.

explore ayutthaya with a history teacher
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Explore Ayutthaya with a History Teacher


Join the trip with me for exploring Ayutthaya both the Glory and their way of life which relates to the water, the temple and the wood house through the woven carp center, the historical study center, 3 old temples and taking the boat to survey the city.

private tour to ayutthaya from bangkok
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Private Tour to Ayutthaya from Bangkok


Visit Ayutthaya, former capital of the Kingdom of Siam and its superb historical sites classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. And discover a ryal palace by the river. Day trip from Bangkok.

ayutthaya & lopburi day tour from bangkok
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Ayutthaya & Lopburi Day tour from Bangkok


Discover Ayutthaya and its historic UNESCO heritage sites and Lopburi, the city of the monkeys, on a day trip from Bangkok. An offer for people who want to do a lot in a short time ;)

maeklong railway market day tour from bangkok
Amazing Asia Tours

Maeklong Railway Market Day Tour From Bangkok


Go on an adventure by train from Bangkok to discover salt marshes, the countryside and the highlight of the show: the market installed on the Mae Klong railway line, whose stalls fold and unfold each time the train passes.

khao yai from bangkok: relaxing nature tour of khao yai national park
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Khao Yai from Bangkok: Relaxing Nature Tour of Khao Yai National Park


Sooth yourself with nature by visiting Khao Yai National Park & Haew Suwat Waterfall. Enjoy having lunch at a restaurant with a nostalgic vibe. Then, you can select between visiting Chokchai Farm, a chocolate factory, or a sunflower farm! I'm always very flexible!

damnoen saduak floating market and maeklong railway market tour
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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Market Tour


With our private half-day Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Market tour from Bangkok, you'll get to visit Thailand's 2 most famous markets in 1 day.

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Pattaya Coral Island (Koh Larn) One Day Tour


Relaxing and exploring Pattaya and Coral Island in a day. Coral Island is the best choice for you from Bangkok which is not too far and very natural.

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Explore the Hidden Gems of Phetchaburi from Bangkok


Phetchaburi, a province where most tourists probably have never heard of. You will be taken to Phetchaburi's important landmarks, and and also the hidden gems! You will also be visiting local food stalls along the way.

Places to see elsewhere in Thailand

Sala Kaew Ku

sala kaew ku

a park with huge amazing cement sculptures. Mix of Buddhism and Hinduism figures and character from its creator's dreams, the aprk houses dozens of statues. The biggest are over 20 meters high....


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Following Giants

following giants

This elephant sanctuary in Koh Lanta offers, as its name suggests, to follow the elephants. Here, you will walk alongside them, you will observe them but never touch them, nor will you have any...


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Ayutthaya Weekend Nigh Market

ayutthaya weekend nigh market

This night market offers a very nice decor and a pleasant atmosphere. It is held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings in the heart of the city near the most famous historical temples of...


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Wat Phra Ngam

wat phra ngam

This small temple is very rarely mentioned in guide books but its ''Gate of Time'', a ruined arch in the roots of a tree, is probably one of the most photogenic places n Ayutthaya. I let you judge...


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