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Bangkok canal tour with or without hotel pick-up
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Bangkok canal tour with or without hotel pick-up

Experience an early morning trip along the bustling Chao Phraya River and the city's canals in a long tail boat.

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Private full-day tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya with boat cruise
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Private full-day tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya with boat cruise

Go on a private tour from Bangkok to Ayutthaya, explore the city with your guide, and relax during a boat cruise on the Choa Phraya River.

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Bangkok self-guided audio tour
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Bangkok self-guided audio tour

Discover the highlights of Bangkok with this Vox City app. Listen to high-quality audio recordings as you go - sightseeing has never been easier!

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Maeklong Railway & Ladplee Floating Markets Tour
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Maeklong Railway & Ladplee Floating Markets Tour

Thailand's markets come in all shapes and sizes – so this full day tour takes you to see some of her most weird and wonderful. You'll visit the nation's oldest floating market at Ladplee, as well as the famous Maeklong Railway market. And in between, you'll call by the ancient Wat Bang Kung temple and enjoy a tasty seafood lunch, too.

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Ancient city of Ayutthaya guided tour from Bangkok
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Ancient city of Ayutthaya guided tour from Bangkok

Take a day trip to the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand, and marvel at Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and the royal palace grounds.

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Bangkok Canals & Wat Arun Small Group Tour
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Bangkok Canals & Wat Arun Small Group Tour

An afternoon away from the skyscrapers and big city life. On this cultural excursion, you'll enjoy a river cruise along the bustling river and backwaters of Bangkok's canals. Watch as people go about their life on the klongs and then visit Wat Arun – the vast riverside Temple of Dawn.

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Authentic Thai cooking class at Amita School
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Authentic Thai cooking class at Amita School

Learn how to cook the best Thai dishes at Amita Thai Cooking Class and then sit down to enjoy your own creations for lunch.

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Bangkok Phra Nakhon Walking Tour
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Bangkok Phra Nakhon Walking Tour

Discovering Bangkok's neighbourhoods, temples and history is just one part of this walking tour. You'll see parts of the city that remain unexplored and delve right into local culture as you navigate Wat Saket, Baan Bat, Wat Suthat and the 'Giant Swing' with the help of a guide.The day kicks off at the temple of Wat Ratchanatdaram, best known for Loha Prasat, one of the few bronze roof palaces in the world. Then check out the Golden Mount, just a short walk away, where you'll find Wat Saket. Climb the 344 steps up the golden chedi for views over old Bangkok. You'll then explore Baan Bat, where monks have been making alms bowl since the 18th century.Next up are the Giant Swing – or Sao Ching Cha – and Wat Suthat, one of the most important and oldest temples from the Rattanakosin era. We'll have a coffee break before pressing on to the Tiger God Shrine Sarn Chao Por Seua. And lastly, we'll walk to Ratchadamnoen Klang Road to end the tour.

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Bangkok Temples Small Group Tour
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Bangkok Temples Small Group Tour

Thailand is predominantly Buddhist, with around 95% of Thais practising the Theravada discipline of Buddhism. So it's not unusual to see monks walking the streets of Bangkok. This small group half-day tour takes you to Bangkok's three most sacred and significant temples – Wat Pho, Wat Traimit and Wat Benchamabophit.First up is Wat Traimit, known as the temple of the Golden Buddha, which protects a 3m tall Buddha statue crafted from more than 5 tons of solid gold. Then, it's onward to the second temple of the day – Wat Pho. It is known as the temple of the Reclining Buddha because of its large statues, which at an 46 metres in length and 15 metres in height, is the largest in the city.The day's final temple is Wat Benchamabophit – the ‘Temple of the Fifth King' – which is famed for its intricate Italian marble detail. To round off the tour, there's a visit to a lapidary factory, where you can browse handicrafts, jewellery and silk.

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Bangkok Wat Arun Temple of Dawn self-guided walking tour
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Bangkok Wat Arun Temple of Dawn self-guided walking tour

Book this Bangkok Wat Arun Temple of Dawn self-guided walking tour and explore the main cloister of the temple Wat Arun complex contains more than 100 Buddha images.

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Grand Palace self-guided walking tour
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Grand Palace self-guided walking tour

Book this Grand Palace self-guided walking tour, Thailand's most sacred Buddhist temple site, which the Thai people hold close to their hearts.

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Alternative Bangkok Private Tour
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Alternative Bangkok Private Tour

If you'd like to see Bangkok through the eyes of a local, then you'll be in for a treat with this private half-day tour. Not only will you travel on foot, by underground, boat and tuk-tuk, but you'll discover places and eat snacks at spots where few tourists go. You'll visit three temples - Wat Traimit, Wat Mangkorn Kamalawat and Wat Arun – and get a real taste for the city.It all kicks off at the entrance to MRT Sukhumvit Station, where you'll board the underground to Hua Lamphong. You'll refuel with a quick snack from one of the stalls first, then set off to Wat Traimit – the Temple of the Golden Buddha – famed for its 5.5-tonne Golden Buddha statue. After walking down Yaowarat Street, you'll arrive at Wat Mangkorn Kamalawat, the Dragon Lotus Temple.Before boarding a boat, you'll get to explore part of the old market, then breeze upstream through the action to Wat Arun. Some more city discovery is on the cards now with a tuk tuk ride, then snap up panoramic views before you reach Siam station.

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