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Price Per Person

THB 2,900
Country: Thailand
City: Bangkok
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Walking Tour

Package Itinerary

 

 

                                                                                                                                                             Bangkok City  Walking Tour - Full Day 

 

Validity Now – Oct 31,2020

Price : THB. 2,900.00 per person  

Min. 2 persons 

Duration : 08.00-17.00hrs. 

Departure : Upon request

HOW TO BOOK : If you would like to make reservation please contact : pactrvl@pacifichorizontravel.com

 

Highlight :  Wat Traimit ( Golden Buddha Statue ) – China Town - Wat Pho ( Reclining Buddha Statue )  - Wat Sraket  ( Golden Mount ) – Metal Temple - Ban Bat Community 

 

ITINERARY : 

08.00hrs. :  After breakfast proceed to MRT Subway closest station to your hotel , today you will experience with Thai public transport explore Bangkok City Tour  .  You will be fun while intimate Thai people how they live how they eat through the way of Thai people doing in daily lives .

Taking the closest MRT to Hua Lamphong station, you can stroll to Wat Traimit ( The Golden Buddha Statue )  and pay homage to the country’s biggest gold Buddha statue. Your Yaowarat ( China Town ) excursion can start from the nearby China Town Gate. Then, you are wandering through a mazy district which is crowded with people and vehicles and has a lot of retail shops to offer. 

Yaowarat in Thai Bangkok’s Chinatown, Thailand’s largest Chinese community, is commonly known among Thais as Yaowarat , according to the name of the road where it is located.

Bangkok’s Chinatown is known as a bustling shopping district and a popular street food destination. Although the busy enclave is usually chaotic during the day, which always frustrates visitors, things get a bit easier in the evening . Yaowarat simply has two faces: If you visit Yaowarat during the day, what you see along both sides of this one and a half kilometer road are shops selling gold, Chinese herbs, fruits and Chinese restaurants serving authentic cuisine. But if you visit Yaowarat after sunset, the road turns into a street food heaven where a number of food trucks prepare you marvelous food .

Take MRT continue to Wat Po or Reclining Buddha Temple adjacent to The Grand Palace  . This temple is a registered World Heritage from UNESCO Wat Pho is not only the oldest , largest Wat in Bangkok and the most visited Buddhist temples in Bangkok but it is where history, medical science and educational institute combined. Officially named Wat Prachetuphon Vimon Mangkararam , Wat Pho was believed to be founded during the 16th century and was later served as The Royal Temple of King Rama I of Chakri Dynasty. Laid inside the main ordination hall is the sacred 46-meter Reclining Buddha whose feet are beautifully inlaid with mother-of-pearl, carved with holy signs. Wat Pho is, among Thais, also known as “the nation’s first public university,” thanks to 1,360 marble inscriptions about medical, historical and liberal sciences places all around the temple where the people can read and learn anytime. Marble inscriptions about medical sciences, anatomy and orthopedics are the origins of Wat Pho Thai traditional massage principles, which has made Wat Pho a world’s famous site. The traditional service, nowadays, is also available at the nearby pavilion.  

Lunch at local Thai restaurant nearby ( own option

After lunch then Get on Tuk Tuk to Ban Bat Community ( Thai conserving group and Thai wisdom of Ancient Crafts ) . The community’s technician has been using he original process to make monk’s bowl , which are steel welding and forming metal to be the shape of the bowl . This process is hand-made and is considered to be a Thai padding work call “ Batt Bu “ . This is also the reason why monk’s bowl from this community are very expensive since they have been made by different levels  of technicians . The quality of the bowl is considered to be durable and there are many shapes inherited since antiquity . In addition , monk’s bowl from this community also follow discipline of Buddhism as well .

After that further visit  Wat Sraket  ( The Golden Mount Temple )

Wat Saket or the Temple of the Golden Mount, Bangkok, is an ancient temple dating back to the Ayutthaya Period. Previously called Wat Sakae, the name was changed to Wat Saket during the reign of King Rama I. The Golden Mount, built under the rule of King Rama V, is 77 meters tall and at the top reside many of Buddhist relics found at Kapilavastu ancient city. Some other interesting things in this Bangkok temple are the many Buddha images, the temple hall, the pagoda, the scripture hall, and the Sri Maha Bodhi tree. This is another place you should not miss when you visit Bangkok. 

Then just across the road to Wat Ratchanatdaram ( The Metal Temple ) a temple in Bangkok which was built in 1846 during the reign of King Rama III. Wat Ratchanatdaram is best known for the  Loha Prasat, a 36-meter-tall multi-tiered structure featuring 37 metal spires, signifying the 37 virtues toward enlightenment in Buddhist belief. It is regarded the world’s only brazen palace (a building of which its roof covered by bronze tiles) in existence. Next to the temple is the King Rama II Memorial Plaza.

17.00hrs. :  After the tour finish , it’s time for enjoy Thai street food , keep walking couple minutes to Thip Samai Phad Thai ( Michelin Star ) an authentic Phad Thai  . Asia's most iconic dishes in Bangkok .  PADTHAI or previously known as “KUAY TIEW PHAD”. PADTHAI was created in World War II during the time when country suffered a demand shortage. Under government of prime minister Pleak Phibunsongkhram. He thought highly of the nationalism and wanted to create a traditional food. Due to the high cost of rice production during the War, the prime minister encouraged people to eat noodle instead by creating domestic demand and using raw ingredients produced in the country. Thus, KUAY TIEW PHAD was created at that time. As time  passed, people called this dish “PADTHAI”. Due to the unique taste and the popularity of PADTHAI became widespread until now. “Thipsamai Padthai Pratoopee” is the oldest Padthai restaurant in Thailand which has started its legendary reputation before the World War II. Thipsamai’s Padthai is originated upon a commitment to preserve the original Padthai’s recipe , Padthai Sen-Chan with shrimp oil, deep sea prawns and wrapping egg (Superb Padthai) which has the unique taste and finest selected ingredients.

17.50hrs. :  Then return to hotel via MRT or River boat  .

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                     

                                                                                                                               End of Service 

 

Service Inclusions : 

  • English speaking guide escort  
  • Entrance fees to all mentioned sights 
  • Drinking water during the tour 
  • Simply dinner famous street food enjoy Thip Samai Phad Thai ( Michelin Star ) 

Service Exclusions : 

  • Lunch 

  • Other services not mentioned in itinerary 

  • Personal expenses such as drinks , meals not mentioned in itinerary 

 

TOUR INFORMATION :

  • Proper attire is essential , Shorts , Sleeveless , mini skirt and sandal are not allowed, women please wear skirts or Thai Sarong          
  • All services by public transportation

  • Min. 2 persons 




     

 

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