The tour to oldest part of Bangkok by private transportation
The tour to visit the oldest part of Bangkok, Ratanakosin Island. Admire the magnificence of the Grand Palace, one of the most magnificent palaces in the world, and its temple of the Emerald Buddha. Continue on to visit Pho Temple, the location of the most famous reclining Buddha. Then crossing the Chao Phaya River to see the well know Bangkok's landmark, the Prang Tower of Arun Temple. Stunning by the glitter of the world's largest solid gold Buddha image at Trimith Temple in Chinatown. Ending up the tour at Jim Thompson House, the pioneer of Thai silk industry.
08:30 Leaving from the hotel by private transportation
09:30 Beginning at the Grand Palace, one of the most magnificent palaces in the world, and the Temple of Emerald Buddha, the location of the most venerated and famous Buddha image in Thailand
11:00 Continue on to visit the Temple of Reclining Buddha or Wat Pho, the home of the most beautiful and famous Reclining Buddha
13:00 Take a ferry crossing the Chaophaya River to visit the Temple of Dawn or Wat Arun, to see the famous Prang Tower and have 360 degree panoramic view of the Chaophraya River from top of the Prang Tower
14:30 Stunning by the glitter of the world's largest solid gold Buddha image at Trimith Temple
15:00 Sightseeing at Chinatown
16:30 Visit Jim Thompson House
17:30 Leave for the hotel
18:30 Get to the hotel
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel lobby
End location: Hotel lobby
Duration: 10 hours
The tour duration may be shorter or longer than expected depending on the traffic and weather conditions.
This tour will be conducted by private 9 passenger seating van with A/c
Private van, gas, tolls, admission tickets, and English speaking guide.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 THB - per person for lunch
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Wiboon was the perfect guide for our family. His extensive knowledge of the history of each site we visited and his wonderful personality made this a memorable tour. Thank you Wiboon!