Let’s flip the Thai Baht coins together, and discover more behind the temples on our coins! We’ll start by picking you up at your hotel in Bangkok. We’ll use Bangkok’s public transportation like a local to visit all the temples, and spend around 1.30 to 2 hours in each place to discover more of what you’ll see. Let’s start with the 5 Baht coin! The Marble Temple hosts one of Thailand’s most beautiful ordination halls. Then, we’ll go to the Golden Mountain featured on the 2 Baht coin. Climb the winding 300-step staircase around the hill and you’ll find the golden pagoda at the top Then, we’ll take you to savor some delicious, delectable Thai food at a local restaurant nearby. Be sure to order a cold drink, as Bangkok’s heat can be unforgiving! With stomachs full, and smiles all round, let’s resume our tour! The Temple of the Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew on the 1 Baht coin. Let’s pay respect to the Emerald Buddha, and appreciate the epic murals. Last but not least is Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn, appearing on the 10 Baht coin. Located along the Chao Phraya River, we’ll take you to climb the intricate porcelain and seashells on all the prang (Khmer-style pagodas).
Sawasdee krub! My name is Taro, your friendly Bangkokian friend. I love my country, my city, and showing you the real Bangkok through my own eyes is what I love to do. I would love to show you the exotic sights, smells, sounds, and tastes that make Bangkok special. My team of local experts and I are always eager to host travelers from all over the world. Let’s uncover the local life and culture as we explore the gems of Bangkok together!
Lunch Let me know if you are on a special diet.
Tickets for all places
By using the public transportation, we will travel to Marble Temple, to explore the fascinating temple with white, gold, and red decorations; Golden Mountain, where you can climb to the top of stupa to enjoy the scenery over Bangkok; the Emerald Buddha Temple and Grand Palace, the highlight of Bangkok where you'll see a beautiful mural; and Arun Temple, for the best view along the Chaophraya River.