The tour to visit the oldest part of Bangkok, Ratanakosin Island.
Together we will walk to the Grand Palace and visit the Emerald Buddha where we can pay an homage to the Buddha. Along the temple walls I will take you on an epic story called the Ramayana to learn how good will always conquers bad. This story is painted decoratively on the temple walls.
We continue to the Grand Palace where all royal ceremonies are held and the present king sometimes dwells in search of wisdom.
at your hotel
we meet up at your hotel.
Visit the Grand Palace, one of the most magnificent palaces in the world, and the Temple of Emerald Buddha, the location of the most venerated and famous Buddha image in Thailand.
Visit Wat Pho, Bangkok’s oldest and biggest temple, where you can see the iconic reclining Golden Buddha. Admire the incredible piece, and hear all about its meaning.
Continue to the Pak Klong Talad flower market and roam this colorful flower and vegetable market.
Take a break and enjoy a delicious lunch.
Wat Arun Rajwararam (Temple of Dawn),The highlight of Wat Arun is the grand pagoda, or prang in Thai.
It’s time to return to your hotel.
at your hotel
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are excluded
I can personalize your Bangkok experience ,Pick me as your guide
Things to prepare for the trip
Please wear non-revealing clothes; no sleeveless, shorts or short skirt and comfortable shoes , Hat or cap
There were 7 in the group and we all had an amazing day. All stops were well planned out and very well organized. I will take all my tours with Arnon on my next trip to Thailand.
It was a day trip from Bangkok to Pattaya, and this time we're a group of city-lover and nature-lover, also a kid. Arnon made us a well-balanced day package and everyone was happy with that. He kindly listened to us for additional stops at hot-pot restaurant and King Power Pattaya. Beach time was also nice with pre-arrangement of chairs. Good at photo taking and good at kid-sitting. HIghly recommend this guide to every Bangkol/Pattata visitors!