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When you book a walking tour, the big bet is always related to the person who make the guy: Ms. Bow has been AMAZING!
We went around Chinatown, we talked a lot, she explain us cool things and we tried some delicious drinks.
Easy way to learn much about the Chinatown. So much to see there, so that's why it's nice to have a good guide. They so you around and tell fun stuff. The guides were good, sometimes bit hard to understand because of the language, but...More
Having been to a few city walking tours in other countries, I suggest the guides invest in some kind of simple motorised microphone system so the crowd can hear better.
This tour serves my function of learning how to get to That Rachawong by bus....More
I went on this walk in a group of 7 people with Bow and her 2 team members.
This tour is not actually free, as there is a very small 150 THB fee to cover the public bus, a beverage in Chinatown and to support...More
Did old town walking tour. Easy to find the starting point& on time. They were friendly, funny, and informative- my friend and I had a great time. Make sure to bring water, you will get hot and sweaty walking around. Make sure to tip them...More
One of the best tours I have taken in Thailand, they show you the local side of things, how to make monk bowls and take you to the tallest temple in Bangkok. It's a not to miss if you want to see the real Thailand!
After reading earlier reviews I was under the impression that this would be an 'eating' walk. It is not. Yes, you can stop and taste different street vendor' fares and, yes, your guides will explain what you are trying - otherwise we wouldn't dare.
Today we had a free walking tour through China town Bangkok. Because we are only 2 of us we’ve had you might say a private tour. We visited several tempels and we walked through a wholesale market it’s called Sampeng market. Afterwards we went in...More
Take some of Asia’s biggest malls, hundreds of street-side vendors and a dozen of posh hotels and you’ll have Siam - Bangkok’s commercial district that will make any shopper’s heart beat faster. From cheap electronics and wholesale goods in MBK to designer handbags in Siam Paragon, you’re almost guaranteed to find what you’re looking for in one of Siam’s many malls. Take a break from the commercial craze and
visit the beautiful Jim Thompson house or the state-of-the-art Bangkok Arts and Cultural Centre to recharge.