This Instagram tour of Bangkok is just the thing for Instagrammers, bloggers, photographers and anyone with a penchant for unusual, colourful locations. I will take you on a memorable trip around the city, stopping at some of the most interesting and photo-worthy places in the capital. These include the following: Wat Arun: Better known as The Temple of Dawn, this 500-year-old site is decorated with porcelain, seashells and countless Buddha statues. Erawan Museum: This hidden treasure trove is located a 40-minute drive south of Bangkok. This three-storey museum is packed with quirky antiques and stained glass detailing. You have to see it to believe it! Airplane Graveyard: Designed as a quirky amusement park and beer venue, it's become a pilgrimage site for photographers and Instagrammers hoping to get ‘that’ shot amongst the parked planes. Ratchada Train Market: Bangkok is market paradise, and this is one of our favourite additions. Up close, it’s just as much of a photographer’s wonderland, home to vintage stalls galore and authentic food stands.
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!
Hotel Pick-up and drop off from selected locations using an air-conditioned vehicle from TripGuru.
In this tour, I will bring you around the city, stopping at some of the most interesting and photo-worthy places in the capital: Wat Arun is a 500-year-old site is decorated with porcelain, seashells and countless Buddha statues. Erawan Museum is packed with quirky antiques and stained glass detailing. The airplane Graveyard was designed as a quirky amusement park. Lastly, Ratchada Market is home to vintage stalls galore!
Free pick-up from Khao san road, Narathiwas Ratnakarin, Sathorn road(North and South), Pratunam, Wireless road. Otherwise, the meeting point is at MRT Chatuchak station exit 3 by escalator OR BTS Morchit station exit 4 by stairs, by 930am. Bring cash for entrance fees and lunch.
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