Tuk-tuk-äventyrstur i mindre grupp i Bangkok
Board your motorized rickshaw commonly known as Tuk Tuk with your local guide from Phra Arthit Road. Travel past Thammasart University into Phra Chan Road to the Amulet Market, where various religious amulets, charms and traditional medicines are available. Your informative guide will explain the significance that these items play in the Thai culture.
Continue by Tuk Tuk to your next stop, Wat Pho temple, the oldest temple in Bangkok. Explore the Wat Pho temple complex with your guide before climbing back onboard your Tuk Tuk.
Travel by Tuk Tuk to Phahurat Market, the Phahurat Market is in the heart of Bangkok's little India where all kinds of fabrics, cloths, ornaments and accessories are sold along with stalls selling delicious Indian snacks.
Your next stop is Wat Saket. Wat Saket sits at the bottom of an artificial hill, often referred to as the Golden Mount and dates back to the Ayuthaya era, prior to Bangkok becoming the capital of the Siamese kingdom. The temple was used for cremation ceremonies.
Your tour concludes at Wat Saket but not before you climb up the 318 steps to the top of the Golden Mount where you'll have amazing 360 degree views of the surrounding old Rattankosin Island.
Your guide can assist you in getting a taxi back to your hotel if needed.
- Travel by Tuk Tuk (motorized Rickshaw)
- Entrance fees
- Local English-speaking guide
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum age is 6 years
- Maximum group size is 12
- Please ensure your knees and shoulders are covered as this day tour visits a religious temple
Pat was brilliant. Such a lovely person and a great guide. Really enjoyed.
Early and latter part of tour, which was more historical, context stuff more interesting than some of the walks through the Indian market particularly walk ended with a stroll around a discount clothing store. No problem with historical issue but unlike the flower/fruit and veg market that was vibrant and interesting, Indian market very much less so. Does however show little gems of Thai history and beauty in a part of 16 million strong throng of commerce and activity.
very good trip,would recommend it to anyone.pam is a great guide.