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Chaoren Nakhon 63, Bangkok Thailand
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Chef designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests
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Chef designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests

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Forge a deeper connection to Thai cuisine during a Bangkok food tour that’s designed by a professional chef. Receive personalized attention in a small group of eight food lovers as you stray from the beaten path and sample several traditional Thai dishes in Bangkok. Plus, your guide provides personalized recommendations to last the rest of your trip.
$60.52 per adult
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ss_fair wrote a review Nov 2019
Bangkok, Thailand60 contributions68 helpful votes
Easy accessible through river ferry, or grab a taxi from Bts Krungthonburi, temple is nice and quiet between the city among tourists crowd. nice amazing view from upper shrine, enjoy cool breeze and peace, the best part is giving bread and food to fish and pigeons, giving you a positive vibes, also for a small donation you can make free birds/ fish from cage. temple is nice with buddha and monk statues a must visit for a quick rejuvenate .
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Stephen E wrote a review Sep 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom5 contributions3 helpful votes
We walked here from the Anantara Riverside Resort, where we were staying. It took about 15 minutes to walk there. This is a beautiful small temple, which is unusual as it's at the top of a building. It has lovely views across to the city and the Chao Phraya River. We had the temple almost to ourselves, apart from some cats! It's definitely worth a short visit if you're in the area.
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Date of experience: August 2018
redwambat wrote a review Mar 2018
Aurora, Canada84 contributions29 helpful votes
Was worth stopping but didn’t stay long. The time and detail was amazing but a little lost on teenagers.
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Date of experience: March 2018
nellielim wrote a review Sep 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,113 contributions1,502 helpful votes
Wat Bukkhalo is a beautiful temple located near the Rama III Bridge on the Chao Phraya River bank. It was built in 1767 during the Ayutthaya Period. Buddha images have been placed on the rooftop of the temple and shaded from the sun by small sala structures. Enjoy the cool breeze and lovely views here. Feeding the river fish is a popular activity here to gain merits. Not a touristy temple, there are no crowds so you can enjoy peace and quiet here.
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Date of experience: August 2016
Eugenio M wrote a review Aug 2015
Bangkok, Thailand56 contributions27 helpful votes
Since I haven't really decided what to think about this place I'll just tell it as I saw it. This isn't really on the way or close to anything mayor in Bangkok so it is a little strange to end up here. But if you are like me and will go here just because it exists and you have a bicycle, here is what you'll encounter. The temple itself is not special in size and beuty, but it is elevated and therefore has a very nice view of the Chao Phraya river with the city on the background. Apparently what is big to do here is feed the fish with bread and breadlike snacks that you can buy there. You'll see loads of fish eating from the surface endless food thrown by visitors.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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