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Bangkok, Thailand
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About Walks of Bangkok
Our Mission with "Walks of Bangkok" is to offer a range of walking tours in Bangkok that allow people to explore both the most famous areas and the less familiar areas of Bangkok. Our walks introduce you to the culture and heritage of Bangkok. From the most famous sights to the backstreets we will help you uncover the real Bangkok.
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sabre_49 wrote a review Jun 2018
Wodonga, Australia79 contributions5 helpful votes
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If you just like walking around and exploring then grab a map and start walking and surprise yourself. I walked up to MBK and then walked back and saw the snake farm which was just great. Next day I walked to Lumphini Park where there is so much going on as you can see in the photos. Also the statuevof King Mongkutkloa. There is so much to see and enjoy if you make the effort to just walk around instead of taking a cab or toot toot where you buzz by places and miss so much. ENJOY YOURSELF!
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Date of experience: May 2018
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MikkelPaige wrote a review Jan 2017
Raleigh, North Carolina64 contributions14 helpful votes
We LOVED our walking tour of Bangrok, an older historical area of Bangkok we coincidentally were staying in. We did an East Meets West tour and, as a lover of both Europe and SE Asia, saw how the western culture influenced Thailand in both culture and architecture in the 19th century. We did the tour on our second day stay and we were so grateful to learn how interesting the neighborhood was and what a rich history it has. We learned things we never would have otherwise known and it enriched our overall stay.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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BictheMagnificent wrote a review Sep 2016
Glen Burnie, Maryland198 contributions37 helpful votes
Our group of seven travelers had an enjoyable time on our walking tour of Thonburi, beginning in Din Daeng and ending near the Portuguese church. Our guide was a pleasure to interact with and gave us the opportunity to sample a variety of Thai sweets and fruits. From Din Daeng we wandered through some very residential areas and had an opportunity to say hello to the residents there, all of whom were very friendly quick to offer a hello in return. We sat in a park and enjoyed our snacks, visited a temple dedicated to the Chinese deity Gong Wu (Guan Wu), visited a notable mosque on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, and ended up having hot cocoa and Portuguese tea cakes near the Portuguese Catholic church. Since we wanted to visit Wat Arun after the tour, our guide was more than willing to help us reach our new destination. We would definitely recommend this tour to those travelers who are looking to see a calmer, less crowded side of Bangkok life.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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SussexTravelBugs wrote a review Sep 2016
Hawarden, United Kingdom198 contributions52 helpful votes
We had a really good experience this week on this walk. The meeting point was fun and easy to get to via the Skytrain to Sathorn pier then a boat up the river. On arrival we met our guide, Esso, and then caught a local ferry across the river, and commenced the walk. It was a mixture of walking along a river walkway, and also through lots of local back streets. We saw an interesting mix of Thai residential, older commercial warehouses built in the day the river was the main trading route, and Chinese, Muslim, Christian and Buddhist places of worship. Lots of interesting architecture in the temples, and our guide Esso knew a lot about the history. Along the route he also knew many of the locals, all of whom were very friendly and welcoming of us. We also tried several of the street food snacks, which were delicious. A highlight was sitting in the front room of the Thanusingha Bakery eating their sweet breads and drinking very fresh homemade ice tea. The owners were lovely. Even the morning rain did not dampen our experience. The walk took around 3 hours across flat streets, and was nicely paced. Esso was an excellent guide, the booking experience online was easy and the company seemed very professional. Would thoroughly recommend if you have a free morning and want to see a very local part of Bangkok that not so many people get too.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Nok M wrote a review Sep 2016
4 contributions1 helpful vote
I got a chance to turn myself into a tourist and walk around in the city that I was born and grew up in. I found that there are so many places that I have never visited, and never even known existing. We went to a small community in Bangkok called "Kudeejeen", a very friendly and nice community. There's a huge diversity in the area, but they can live and blend well together. Within a few hours this morning, we got to walk through a Chinese temple, Islamic mosque, Catholic church, and ended with a Buddhist temple. It can be quite a few hours of walking (3.5hr), so wear comfortable shoes, and bring a bottle of water, or you could also buy it from an auntie at a small kiosk who can speak Thai, Chinese, English, and even a bit of French!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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