If you have been in Bangkok but never visited the Thai temples before, you should do it to truly understand what the Thai way of life is about.
With this tour, you will visit three of the most magnificent Thai temples, a must-see that travellers should not miss for whatever reasons. Are you ready for a tour that you will remember for the rest of your life? These marvelous structures will make you life long memorable because wherever one turns you will be amazed how worthwhile it is.
At your hotel or other spots that have already areeded with each other in advance, such as, Airport, BTS station and so on
The Grand Palace complex was firstly established in 1782 and consists of both royal throne halls and a renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The whole area is 218,000 square meters and surrounded by four walls.
Wat Phra Kaeo, commonly known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, is regarded as the most sacred and beautiful Buddhist Temple in Thailand. The Emerald Buddha Image is situated inside and is venerated as the country's palladium.
Wat Pho is located on the Rattanakosin Island and known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. The temple is regarded as the first class Royal Temple. One of the most well known and huge of the Reclining Buddha Image is housed inside the chapel. Moreover, it is considered not only the first public university in Thailand but also the birthplace of traditional Thai massage.
Enjoy Thai local cuisine and Thai desserts.
Wat Arun or "Temple of Dawn" is a Buddhist Temple in the Bangkok,Thailand. It is situated on Thonburi on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Wat Arun is one of the best known of Thailand's landmarks.
Bangkok canals hold much tradition and cultures since its founding and still offer insights into why Bangkok is the way it is today.
The canals were used as a means of transportation, a source of food, part of ceremonies, for example, Loi Krathong and many more. The canals on the west bank, Thonburi, still preserve an extensive network. Quiet and peaceful communities that make their way around by boats still exist. This is a great way to absorb local ways of Thai life in the old days.
at your hotel (or you may decide to depart from the tour guide at the last visit of day tour. It can be discussed beforehand. )
- Guiding Services Fee
- Long Tail Boat Riding
- Wet Tissues
- A bottle of Drinking Water
- Transportation Fares
- Entrance/Admission Fees:
1) Grand Palace Plus Emerald Buddha Temple: THB500 Per Person
2) Wat Pho: THB200 Per Person
3) Wat Arun: THB100 Per Person
- Foods & Beverages
I am based in Bangkok but will be happily to arrange your tour to every part of Thailand.
This kind tour can be available and arranged any days of the year
Normally when entering into Thai Temples or Thai monasteries, the dress code is expected to have, therefore, the tourists kindly prepare the proper dress for that in advance.