We’ll first hit Pak Khlong Talat, Bangkok’s largest Flower Market. Here we’ll enjoy the bouquets of orchids, lotus, jasmine and myriad other flora from all over the country in an absolutely local atmosphere. Next we’ll cross the river to Wat Arun, or Temple of Dawn – Bangkok’s unmistakable landmark of postcard fame. Climb its tower to get the most spectacular views around the Chao Praya and Grand Palace grounds. Walking along the riverbanks, you can also catch sight of Kuan An Keng Shrine, Santa Cruz Church and Wat Prayurawongsawas. Afterwards, we’ll cross river once more to reach Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) – one of the city’s oldest and largest temples. Lunch is next on the cards; we’ll board a tuk tuk to reach a yum local restaurant before continuing to Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha). While in the Sanam Luang area, we’ll also hit the dazzling Grand Palace for good measure. Our last stop of the day will be Wat Traimit, Temple of the Golden Buddha – for some, the highlight of any temple tour. It’s home to the world’s largest golden Buddha 5 meters in height weighing 5.5 tonnes (5,500kg)!
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!
Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew THB500, Wat Arun THB50, Wat Saket THB50, Wat Pho THB200, Wat Trimit THB40
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We'll explore one of Bangkok’s largest Flower Market. We'll also see Wat Arun, The Temple of Dawn – Bangkok’s unmistakable landmark of postcard fame. Climb its tower to get the most spectacular views around the Chao Praya and Grand Palace grounds. After that, we go to Wat Pho, one of the city's oldest and largest temples. Finally, we board a tuk tuk to visit Wat Phra Kaew, Grand Palace and Wat Traimit.
Visitors are required to cover up to enter the temples. Please wear long sleeved shirt and long pants or bring something to cover up. Please bring water, sunscreen and additional cash to keep hydrated, purchase meals/personal expenses and avoid any sunburns.
Explore the Wonderful Bangkok Temples