Half Day Bangkok Sightseeing Tours
Popular Half Day Sightseeing tours covering the most popular places in Bangkok.
Wat Arun & Flower Market by Tuk Tuk
Take you to the biggest flower market in the city and then enjoy your adventure with tuk tuk ride around the old area of Bangkok. Stop at Wat Arun, visit the most beautiful pagoda in Thailand. For a memorable Bangkok sightseeing tours.
River, Palace & Emerald Buddha
You will take one of the famous private local long tail boat along the main Bangkok river and go to the most famous canal in Bangkok. Discover the real Bangkok with stop at The Grand Palace and also visit at Wat Phra Khaew.
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Full Day Bangkok Sightseeing Tours
Full Day Private Bangkok Sightseeing Tours Exploring Bangkok’s Highlights and “Hidden Jewels” away from the Tourist crowds.
Highlights of Bangkok
Enjoy a walk through the flower market. Visit the Grand Palace with the Emerald Buddha temple. Wat Pho (The Reclining Buddha). After local lunch enjoy boat ride along the river with visit the Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn).
Visit the Summer Palace (Bang Pa In) and the world heritage site in Ayuthaya (Including Wat Mahathat, Wat Srisanphet). Back to Bangkok by scenic Chao Phraya river cruise. Enjoy Lunch with international food on board MV Grand Pearl.
Off The Beaten Track Sightseeing Tours
Full Day Private Bangkok Sightseeing Tours away from the main tourist areas.
Erawan Musem & Muang Boran
One of our “Non-Touristy” Tours bringing you away from the main tourist attractions of Bangkok. A Day Tour from Bangkok to Samut Prakarn province to visit the beautiful Erawan Museum and the Ancient City Muang Boran.
Signature Unseen Spot of Bangkok
With this tour, we will take you to one of the hidden spots in Bangkok. A true local experience exploring the charming Ban Krua Community. See the other “face” of Bangkok, and how the locals live outside of the more developed areas.