While you could spend weeks working your way around the Thai capital, we have the perfect solution for those with limited time in the city. During this half-day tour, we’ll stop at the following decadent temple sites and learn the fascinating stories behind them… Wat Saket: One of the most important religious pilgrimage sights in Thailand is Wat Saket, translating as the Golden Mountain. This hillside temple features a gleaming gold chedi that is thought to contain a relic from the Buddha himself. Wat Pho: Otherwise known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, this is one of the largest and most impressive temple sights in Bangkok. We’ll marvel at the 46-metre Buddha statue made entirely of gold leaf before exploring the attractive grounds. An endless sea of mosaic stupas make Wat Pho quite unlike other temples in the capital – little wonder it’s a UNESCO-protected site. Wat Arun: Named the number 1 landmark in Thailand on TripAdvisor, there’s no excuse for missing Wat Arun. This religious complex, also called the Temple of Dawn, is known for its dreamy white spires that can be seen for miles around.
Hello, my name is Nice and I was born and raised in Thailand! One of my passions is to take people around and tell them about my country and culture. Along with my other tour guide friends, Bonnie (who has a lot of experience showing tourists around), Sam (who is highly knowledgeable about Thailand's history), and Kwan (who knows how to take awesome photos), we want to provide you with an authentic experience that you'll never forget. Join our tours, see things from our perspective, and allow us to show you our home our way. We look forward to meeting you!
Entrance fees (Wat Arun THB50, Wat Pho THB200, Wat Saket THB50)
Boat ride to Wat Arun and Hotel Pick-up and drop off from selected locations using an air-conditioned vehicle from TripGuru.
During this tour, we’ll stop at temple sites and learn the fascinating stories behind them. First stop will be Wat Saket, one of the most important religious sights in Thailand, translating as the 'Golden Mountain.' Next is Wat Pho: Otherwise known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, this is one of the largest and most impressive temple sights in Bangkok. Last would be Wat Arun, known for itsdreamy white spires that can be seen for miles.
Free pick up Area From Khao san road, Narathiwas Ratnakarin, Sathorn road(North and South), Pratunam, Wireless road Meeting Point MRT Chatuchak station exit 3 by escalator OR BTS Morchit station exit 4 by stairs before 9.30am.
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