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Bangkok: Private Half-Day Temple Tour9 Reviews
Benefit from a hotel pickup and enjoy a private 4-hour tour that takes you to visit three of Bangkok's most famous temples: Wat Trimitr, Wat Pho, and Benjamaborpitr.
- Discover the Wat Trimitr, Pho, and Benjamaborpitr temples on a private tour
- Learn about Thailand's deep-rooted connection to Buddhism
- See stunning traditional architecture and golden buddha statues
- Enjoy transportation from your hotel in a modern, air-conditioned van
DescriptionVisit Bangkok's most unique temples including Wat Trimitr, Wat Pho, and Benjamaborpitr on a private guided tour with multiple language options. See spectacular pagodas and golden Buddha statues while getting a deep understanding of Thai culture. After your hotel pickup, start your tour at the Wat Trimitr temple, home of the largest known solid gold Buddha image in the world. Learn about the fascinating history of the 700-year old statue that stands at 15 feet tall and weighs approximately 5.5 tons. Continue through Bangkok’s thriving Chinatown district to the grounds of the Wat Pho temple, a large and extensive monument neighboring the Grand Palace enclave. Here, discover the massive gold plated Reclining Buddha, measuring 46 meters long and 15 meters high, with beautifully inlaid mother-of-pearl soles. Considered to be one of the worlds’ most famous temples, Wat Pho is also regarded as the first center of public education and is sometimes called ‘Thailand’s first university’. Well-known for its Thai massage services within the temple walls, many come here to relax and enjoy a peaceful day. Finally, stop at Wat Benjamaborpitr, also called the White Marble Temple and one of the finest examples of Thai architecture that is noted for its elegant white marble façade imported from Italy. Step inside the main chapel to see the country’s most captivating Buddha’s image.
IncludesPrivate guide All entrance fees Hotel pickup and drop-off from hotels in the Bangkok CBD including Silom, Sathorn, and Sukhumvit
- Shorts, short skirts, and sleeveless shirts will be prohibited when visiting the temples.