Bangkok: Canals Tour Wat Arun & Chao Phraya by Longtail Boat

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Explore the complete Bangkok's main highlights which is included Museum Siam, Longtail Boat, Wat Arun and end the journey by riding a longtail boat in the canals and main Chao Phraya River.


  • Explore Bangkok’s finest highlight tour include famous attractions
  • Visit an interactive museum, zip along canals of Bangkok
  • Visit the temple of dawn, Wat Arun, an iconic temple 79 metres
  • Explore Thonburi canal on a long tail boat
  • Enjoy View of Chao Phraya River and offers breathtaking views from its spires


The Bangkok Canal Highlight Tour is a great way to see some of the most popular sites in Bangkok. This tour will take you to three different locations, including the Siam Museum, Longtail Boat and Wat Arun, where you will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful canals of Bangkok. Meet our Tour Guide at MRT Sanamchai Exit 1 at 12:30 pm. Start this afternoon by travel to Museum Siam reveals several exhibits displaying the national identity and history of Thai people and their relationships with neighboring cultures. This museum houses over 100,000 artifacts from Thailand's past. It also has an incredible garden that will be sure to delight both kids and adults alike! The concept of the museum is 'Play + Learn = Joyously', achieved through a series of interactive exhibits. Next, hop on a traditional longtail boat to meander through the quaint canals taking in the quieter side of Bangkok life, which would not be complete without an exploration of the spectacular and iconic Wat Arun. Take time to explore the iconic temple towering 79 metres over the Chao Phraya River offering panorama across Bangkok from the Thonburi side. It overlooks the Chao Phraya River and offers breathtaking views from its spires. The temple itself was built in 1782 by King Rama I as part of a larger project that included many other temples throughout Bangkok as well as several palaces. Finally, head back across the river and walk back to MRT Station.


Pick up and Drop off at MRT Sanamchai Exit 1 next to Museum Siam English Speaking Tour Guide Van with Airconditioner Admission fees to specified sights Canal Boat Trip Drinking Water Travel Insurance

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