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Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

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  • Wat Pho

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Wat Pho

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Wat Pho

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Wat Arun

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Wat Arun

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Baan Kudi Chin museum

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Thanusingha Bakery House

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Kuan An Keng Shrine

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Savoey Tha Maharaj

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Chao Praya river

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

  • Royal Grand Palace

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    Unusual Bangkok with Canal Tour

 

General Description:

The first stop of the day will be the famous Wat Pho, the "Reclining Buddha Temple", with its huge statue of the reclining Buddha, 15 meters high and 46 meters long. Wat Phois the oldest Buddhist monastery in the city and also houses the oldest Thai massage school. Next, by public boat we will reach the Wat Arun, or "Temple of the Aurora", a true symbol of the city and once the royal residence of King Taksin. A short distance away is the characteristic district of Kudicheen(Kudi Chin) which we will walk along a path full of atmosphere to get to know the local community, where time seems to have stopped. We will visit the ancient pastry shop (Thanusingha BakeryHouse) which still produces the delicious Portuguese sweets made with eggs and sugar, the small Baan Kudi Chin museumand the exotic Taoist temple of Kuan An Keng Shrine, immersed in a kaleidoscope of cultures perfectly in tune with each other. At the end of the visits, drive to the SAVOEY @ THA MAHARAJrestaurant in a splendid panoramic position to observe the flow of life on the Chao Prayariver and the old city. In the afternoon the last and the most important stop of the day: Royal Grand Palace. At the end of the visits, return to the hotel.

Time:

07:00                        : Pick up in the hotels         

16:30                        : Return in hotel

 

Highlights:

Majestic and astonishing, the Royal Grand Palacewith the Wat Phra Kaew, the "Temple of the Emerald Buddha", also includes theChakriPalace(which can only be visited from the outside), the Dusit Palaceand the Montien Palace, which can be visitedinside only in certain periods.

 

The Kudicheen districtis one of the first settlements in Bangkok after the destruction of Ayutthaya to preserve its identity and architecture still intact. The picturesque wooden houses are protected by the splendid bell tower of the church of Santa Cruz, built by the Portuguese around 1770 and then restored in neo-Renaissance style by two Italian architects in the early 1900s.

Tour includes:

  • Transfers from and to hotel
  • Local guide
  • Entrance fees for visiting places
  • Insurance

 

Tour non includes:

 

  • Drinks during lunch
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything not mentioned under "The Tour includes"