Meet up at BTS Bang Wa Station Exit 1
We will buy the food for alms offering at the local shop, and then, we'll move to the waterside and wait for a monk rowing a paddle boat passing by. We'll offer him the food that we bought by putting it into his alms bowl. The monk will give us blessings in return. Next, to complete the Buddhist traditional way, we'll pour the water of dedication to whom we love (mostly for those who passed away).
I'll take you to have local breakfast at a signature restaurant.
We'll take a long-tailed boat to visit Wat Ratcha Orotsaram Temple. The royal temple's name means "The temple that was renovated by the King's son (who was later crowned as King Rama 3)". You'll see the magnificent chapel and the image of the Reclining Buddha.
Next, we'll continue the boat ride to Wat Park Num Pa Si Charoen , which has a very beautiful interior. This temple is also well-known as a model temple for meditation. We can try to meditate as a Buddhist or go to a museum in the temple area.
We'll go to Talat Phlu community and walk around to observe local life. Did you know that Talat Phlu is also famous for Thai food and dessert? Let's get some or we can have lunch here if you want!
Our trip ends here and you will be dropped off at Wutthakat BTS Station
The program and its price given here are an indication. There might be some modifications in the final programme depending on the season or other factors. You are invited to review the details of the program or itinerary wih the agency or local guide.