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Bangkok: Full-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Walking Tour

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ToursSightseeing ToursTheme ToursCulture & HistoryReligious & Spiritual ActivitiesHistory & HeritageMeet the LocalsFood & DrinksSmall group

Shop and eat 'til you drop on this tour of the best shops and eateries in the city, which you can join at any stop along the route.

Highlights

  • Visit the best places to shop and eat in Bangkok
  • Experience the city's religious and ethnic diversity
  • Marvel at panoramic views of the Chao Phraya river
  • Visit the oldest coffee shop in Chinatown

Description

Enjoy a complete walking tour of Bangkok which will introduce you to the best sights in the city. Start and stop your tour as and when you wish and avoid wasting time and money visiting sights that you are not interested in. Although you can join and leave the group at any of the stops along the tour after registering, below is a recommended full-day itinerary. Meet your guide at the Saphan Taksin BTS Station for registration before taking the shuttle boat along the Chao Praya River to Yod Piman Pier. Here, visit the largest flower market in Bangkok and perhaps pick up some sweet-smelling souvenirs. Next, head to Little India, home to some delicious curry houses, stunning textile shops, and a prominent Sikh temple. Afterward, continue to Sampeng Market, one of Bangkok’s largest and cheapest clothing markets, located just next to China town. Next, enjoy a walk through China Town. Soak up the sights and smells of this foodie's haven and sample some delicious Chinese meals at one of the many market stalls and street-side restaurants. Later, continue to Guan Yin Shrine, one of the most colorful attractions in Chinatown, and join the thousands of locals who come here to pray. Next, head to Talad Noi, where you can admire panoramic views of the Chao Praya River. The final stop of the day is at the Holy Rosary Church, a symbol of Bangkok's religious diversity.

Includes

English-speaking guide Travel insurance Public boat ticket from Sathon to Yod Piman
Admission fees Food and drinks Gratuities Hotel pickup and drop-off

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