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Bangkok by Night: Temples, Markets and Food by Tuk-Tuk

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On this cultural tour you will explore Bangkok by the iconic tuk-tuk and enjoy a fun evening activity when the temperatures are cooler, traffic is lighter, and there are few crowds. Stop and walk around a selection of local sights including temples such as Wat Pho and two markets including Pak Khlong Talat flower market. Sample local food as your guide stops for snacks and a main course plus dessert at a mystery location.
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amanda5805 wrote a review Jun 2020
Duncan, Canada3,864 contributions183 helpful votes
It was our last day in Bangkok and we wanted to have a chill day. Our guide recommended we take a private canal tour (not a floating market) on a traditional long boat. We headed over to the pier which was about a 5 min walk from our hotel by the river and away we went. The driver always flashed us friendly and inviting smiles but he did not speak a word of English. But really it is a canal tour we could figure it out for ourselves. We did have to wear lifejackets and the seats were low and made of wood. Not bad for an hour ride but could have been very comfortable if it was much longer. Then we first started and on our way back to the pier we had to go threw a larger spot on the river to get to the canals. The water was very choppy and we got a little wet but it was only about 3min each way. Which was kind of nice how it was at least 30c. Once on the canals it was much calmer. Honestly the water is brown but it is in a canal where there are tons of boats. So it is not going to be baby blue. The tour is about an hour long and you get to see the back yards of locals and houses on stilts over the water. There is a few temples you pass. We also saw lots of birds, lizards, the odd person fishing, ladies selling things & people go on about their day. It was a really fun experience and if you have a space hour I would recommend it. I do not remember how much we paid for the private tour but I know it wasn't very much.
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Date of experience: January 2020
theharrogatelady wrote a review Feb 2020
Harrogate, United Kingdom1,619 contributions576 helpful votes
A great experience travelling on these long tail boats but keep your hands in the boat. The canal water is absolutely filthy and the boats can be very splashy at speed.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Yigaldoga wrote a review Dec 2019
Jerusalem, Israel857 contributions51 helpful votes
I booked a tour of the floating market. A boat picked me up from the hotel (I was at a riverfront hotel) for a tour. We were cruising in the river through the canals towards the market. The nice part was the boat cruising. We reached a dam that balances the water level and after a few minutes the passage was made possible We passed through houses on the water, mostly dilapidated, a nice sight. We have reached a market where there are 2-3 boats as an example for the floating market and the rest are stalls like any market in Bangkok or Thailand! nothing special. If you want a cruise as this tour is fine, there is no need to go down to this tourist trap. הזמנתי סיור לשוק הצף. סירה אספה אותי מהמלון ( הייתי במלון על שפת הנהר) לסיור. שטנו בנהר דרך התעלות לכיוון השוק. החלק הנחמד היה השייט בסירה. הגענו לסכר שמאזן את מפלס המים ולאחר מספר דקות התאפשר המעבר עברנו דרך בתים על המים, רעועים ברובם, מראה נחמד. הגענו לשוק שבו ישנם 2-3 סירות כדוגמא לשוק הצף וכל השאר דוכנים כמו בכל שוק בבנגקוק או בתאילנד! שום דבר מיוחד. אם אתם רוצים שייט כסיור זה בסדר, אין למה לרדת למלכודת התיירים הזו.
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Date of experience: December 2019
The World is My Oyster wrote a review Nov 2019
Orlando, Florida17,607 contributions5,157 helpful votes
A definite must do while in Bangkok, but you must negotiate with them. This unique and traditional long boat took us throughout the floating village and gave us an eye opener on how some of these people live. Well worth spending a little e tra to get your own private boat.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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CharlieV2011 wrote a review Nov 2019
Chicago, Illinois1,387 contributions124 helpful votes
Instead of doing a tour, I opted to use the Klongs for their cheap, quick, and convenient ferry services and I had a great time. Boarding is simple, just find a station and board towards your destination, but be careful as the boats rock and you have to use the ropes to get on. The fare is paid to the ticket agent onboard in some stations, while some entrances have a manned ticket counter (most understood some English, but you can always flash the destination on your phone and they will sell the ticket). The sights of everyday life in Bangkok from the Klongs is great. I paid between USD .05 to .40 to get around and they were great!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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