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Experience Bangkok Tours with us

It’s the same but different in this fast-paced city where the traditional and commercial collide. While the charm of Old Bangkok survives in the city’s vibrant floating markets, gold Buddhist temples, and centuries-old villages, New Bangkok boasts neon-lit strips, skyscrapers, and megamalls. Bangkok tours is about taking the city’s rapid momentum in its stride, the people of Bangkok also move fast - with Thailand’s streets a never-ending barrage of cars, motorbikes, and Tuk Tuks. The atmosphere of Thailand’s capital isn’t just confined to the streets. On your Bangkok trip, you will notice that the locals are known for their love of all things entertainment, with the locals fun-loving nature seen most in the nightlife and foodie scenes spread across the city.
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Our tips for Bangkok

  • Chatuchak it out. These weekend markets are one of Bangkok’s finest, offering antiques, art, clothing and much more. One of the lesser-known Bangkok attractions, this 35-acre market village has it all.
  • See the golden goose. Known as the Golden Buddha, to be precise. Housed in an impressive 13th century temple, this majestic site should go straight to the top of your Bangkok sightseeing itinerary.
  • Take some Bangkok day trips. When considering what to do in Bangkok, keep in mind that the white-sand beaches found on Thailand postcards are well within reach from the capital. We recommend visiting Ko Samet Island, its paradise beaches are just over three hours from Bangkok.

Good to know

The capital of Thailand, Bangkok is also known as the ‘Venice of the East’. The city is known for its extensive network of canals, vibrant markets, street food and rich culture. Founded in 1782 by King Rama I, BKK is officially known as Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit.

Bangkok is the most visited tourist city in the world. The city has over 400 Buddhist temples including the famous Wat Arun and Wat Pho. The most popular attraction of the city is the Grand Palace which was also former royal residence.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Bangkok?

    Bangkok’s peak tourist months are from December to January, when the weather is most pleasant and prices fit your budget. Try to visit in November or late February for relatively cool weather sans the crowds. A year-round destination, there are still plenty of things to do in Bangkok outside the peak tourist season, we promise.

  • Q: How to get around Bangkok?

    For those looking to keep spending to a minimum on their Bangkok day tours, the BTS sky train operates frequently around the ‘New Bangkok’ districts of Silom, Sukhumvit and Siam Sq with very reasonable ticket prices. Bangkok’s taxis are well-priced and a great way from getting A to B if you’re in a hurry. Drivers are courteous, although be sure to only enter taxis with a meter to avoid being overcharged.

  • Q: What are the must-see attractions in Bangkok?

    Bangkok has something for everyone. The top historical attractions of Bangkok include the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Wat Traimit, Wat Suthat, National Museum & Wang Na Palace, and more. Make sure to check out the Chatuchak Market for souvenir shopping and the famous Damnoen Saduak Floating Market by boat. Khao San Road is another gem lined with guest houses, street shops, food vendors and stalls.

  • Q: What is a Tuk Tuk?

    Navigating this city requires a healthy dose of street smarts and Tuk Tuk is one of the best ways to find your way through Bangkok. Tuk Tuk is a semi-enclosed motorised rickshaw. You can hop into this iconic vehicle for shorter rides not worth the extra taxi fare.

  • Q: Any tips to stay safe in Bangkok?

    Bangkok is a relatively safe city, although you should always exercise caution when visiting somewhere new. On your Bangkok tours, be wary of rip-off merchants in the form of cheap-fare Tuk Tuk drivers and ‘helpful’ locals who often try to lure locals on detours to commission-paying gem and silk shops. Remember, if price fares seem too good to be true, they probably are. Book with a registered tour provider before travel to ensure you’re not taken advantage of. In an emergency, dial the Tourist Police on 1155 or general emergency services on 191. Bangkok’s drivers rarely give way to pedestrians, so be sure to look both ways before crossing any street.

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