Tour Description

Beat the traffic and travel like a local along Bangkok’s rivers and canals, discover hidden treasures, and explore the old city on foot, with a tuk tuk ride.

Your first stop is at the stunning Silver Pagoda, built during the reign of King Rama III, in 1846, for the princess granddaughter.

Next you’ll head to the Golden Mount and Wat Saket, a pagoda situated on an artificial hill, and another creation of King Rama III. Today the pagoda commands a panoramic view over Bangkok.

Continue walking to Bamrung Muang, Bangkok's first shopping street. Today it caters to temple supplies where you will find monk robes, candles, incense sticks, books, and many golden statues of the Buddha.

Down a small side street you’ll find Baan Bat, where a small group of locals have, for centuries, made their living producing hand-made alms bowls. At the end of the road you’ll arrive at the Giant Swing, constructed in 1784.

Take a walk through Wat Suthat, a royal temple constructed during the reign of King Rama I, but not completed until the reign of King Rama III. Wat Pho, home of the first school of medicine in Bangkok.

The temple is the oldest and largest monastery in Bangkok.

After all this walking you’ll be rewarded with a 30-minute foot massage before returning.

Payment Policy

  • Rest of payment on arrival.
  • Cancellation / no show policy: If cancelled or modified up to 1 days before the date of tour no fee will be charged.
  • If cancelled or modified later or in case of no show 100 % of reservation will be charged.

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Arlymear Travel Company Ltd.
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