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Private Tour: Highlights and Hidden Gems of Bangkok

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  • Private tour of Bangkok combines top sites and local gems
  • Great orientation to Thailand’s bustling capital
  • Discover the city on foot, by tuk tuk, and by canal boat
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Private Tour: Highlights and Hidden Gems of Bangkok
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9 AM Bangkok Highlights TourMost Popular
9 AM.Explore this city in places like Wat Pho, Chinatown, Wat Prayoon Grand Palace, Memorial Bridge, Chao Praya, Golden Buddha, Phan Pa Khlong, Wat Saket, Chinatown and other hidden gems along the way
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10 AM Bangkok Highlights Tour
9 AM.Explore this city in places like Wat Pho, Chinatown, Wat Prayoon Grand Palace, Memorial Bridge, Chao Praya, Golden Buddha, Phan Pa Khlong, Wat Saket, Chinatown and other hidden gems along the way
From $57.92
11 AM Bangkok Highlights Tour
11AM.Explore this city in places like Wat Pho, Chinatown, Wat Prayoon Grand Palace, Memorial Bridge, Chao Praya, Golden Buddha, Phan Pa Khlong, Wat Saket, Chinatown and other hidden gems along the way
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Overview
Visit Bangkok’s popular highlights and lesser-known sights on a half-day private tour that’s a great introduction to the city’s culture, history, and colorful neighborhoods. Exploring with a private guide ensures plenty of time to ask questions and soak up the local atmosphere, as you browse a fresh market, tour Buddhist temples, ride an open-air tuk tuk up the Golden Mount, and cruise a maze of canals.
What to Expect
Meet a guide at a central MRT train station in Bangkok and then set out on foot toward Wat Traimit, home to an imposing golden Buddha statue. Next, continue into Chinatown’s fresh market, which overflows with food stalls, shops, and temples.

Hop a local bus to the Pak Klong Talat Flower Market to see the intricate floral sculptures used as offerings at Buddhist temples, and snap a photo of the Chao Phraya River from Memorial Bridge.

Visit the complex of Buddhist temples in Wat Pho before hopping into a colorful open-air tuk tuk to the top of the Golden Mount, a man-made hill temple with panoramic views of the city. From there, take a canal boat from Phan Pa Klong to see the neighborhood life that unfolds at the edge of the water. Finish the day with a cool drink at a local hangout.
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Reviews (73)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Insightful

Very insightful and interesting tour. Artty was my guide and he goes deep in every single detail, plus his kindness. Recommended.

Thank RaikaMartins
Reviewed 6 days ago
Unbelievable way to see Bangkok for the first time!

We had an absolutely brilliant time visiting all the sights in the tour. Our guide Polly went above and beyond to ensure we had an authentic and enriching experience, taking us to places to meet locals and gain a true understanding of the city's inhabitants....More

Thank Matthew T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
A true Bangkok must-do

The whole point of traveling is to see how other people live and toexperience something different. That is exactly what Tuangtip gives.What a treat it was to see a small glimpse into the rich and complexsensory storm that is Thai culture. Tuangtip met me and...More

1  Thank 606grants
Reviewed 1 week ago
An exceptional experience.

Tuangtip provided us a wonderful tour! She introduced us to the various local foods, encouraging us to try things we normally would have avoided. She took us to markets and temples and shared with us so much history and information. I was impressed with the...More

Thank erinpw907
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent tour of the city -- would never have happened without Artty!

Artty made our quick trip to Bangkok so wonderful! He is incredibly knowledgeable about the city, the history and the places you wouldn't normally see on your own. There's NO WAY we would have had the experience if we had booked through another company or...More

Thank maugust2
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Barbara m
October 18, 2018|
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Response from supermann55 | Reviewed this property |
I cannot be certain but I think we were with the guide for about 6 hours . Unfortunately the palace was not accessible that day for us .
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GrandTour557462
September 17, 2018|
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Response from 972jacquelinev | Reviewed this property |
Difficult to tell because I prefer nature instead of the buzzy city of Bangkok. Koh Yai is beautifull and also not a a very far distance of Bangkok maybe you can you there? Have a nice time.
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