Bangkok Multi Day Private Tours:
MD103 4 Day Bangkok Explorer Private Package
5,950 - 23,200 baht
Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya and the floating market at Damnoen Saduak all appear in this 4 day package, as well as all of Bangkok's city highlights.
Evening Street Food and Patpong Tour
This four day package of tours will commence in the evening where you will visit some of Bangkok's lively shopping and commerce districts at night. The tour will start with pick up fro your hotel and we will depart towards the river to visit Pak Klong Talad This area is home to Bangkok's fresh flower market and the whole area comes alive in the evening when the air is cooler and better for the flowers. Numerous bunches of flowers are sold retail and wholesale here and is sure to be a big colorful feast for the eyes. After the flower market we will depart toward the Patpong/Silom area. these areas are busy at night and the ideal hunting ground for some of Bangkok's tasty street food offerings. Hope you will be feeling hungry as there are a lot of choice here! Our guide will lead you are some of the various offerings and of course we will take the opportunity to sample some of the eclectic mix of foods being sold. For the last part of the tour we will take you to the Patpong Night market a great spot for a bit of night shopping before we transport you back to you hot
Bangkok Grand Palace and city sights
This day is a fantastic way to start exploring Bangkok by visiting this huge city’s true heart and soul! During this one-day trip you will be collected from your hotel in Bangkok and escorted to your first visit of the tour which is the most important temple and palace complex in the city, 'The Grand Palace'. This remarkable and sprawling structure was constructed as the main royal residence and several additions have been completed over the years including the breathtaking Wat Prah Kaew temple, which houses the iconic Emerald Buddha, a famous Buddha image carved from only one piece of jade! After your Grand Palace visit, we will proceed to the adjacent Wat Po, known through out Thailand for its Thai massage school as well as its immense reclining Buddha. We will break for lunch before resuming the tour and exploring some of Bangkok’s notorious waterways; starting with the mighty Chao Phraya River. We will reach the docks and board a long tail boat that will give you a scenic ride along the Chao Phraya. From this vantage point we will experience the river life of Bangkok and see the city from a completely different perspective. At one point, your boat will leave the Chao Phraya and travel through some of the backwater narrow canals in Thonburi. You will witness a more sedate and traditional lifestyle still persisting away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok.
After returning to the docks and disembarking the long tail boat, we will board a river ferry and cross the Chao Phraya to reach Wat Arun, one of Thailand’s most iconic temples. Get close to this magnificent structure and even climb part way up the stupa and take in the panoramic view over the surrounding area and the Chao Phraya. The final destination of the tour will be the hectic district of Yaworat; you will visit Bangkok’s China Town by foot and see Wat Traimit which features a solid gold Buddha. After the tour, you will be driven back to your hotel in Bangkok
Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak, mangroves and Oyster Farm
After our team collects you from your hotel in Bangkok on day three, you will begin the drive south towards the Mae Klong Train Market. At this unique market, you can witness the vendors set up their produce stalls directly over the train tracks of a railway line in full service! Simply wait and witness a surprising scene unfold as the train rides through this market and vendors hurry to pull away their stalls! After our Mae Klong Train Market visit, we will make a stop at a small palm sugar home industry; witness how they produce this fantastic sugar and have a taste. We’ll then resume the short drive to the boat pier located near Damnoen Saduak at which point you board a private motorboat which will bring you to the floating market via a series of narrow canals and backwaters; enjoy the spectacle of real canal life along the way. We will step off the boat once at the market and you will be free to venture through the market; you can walk up and down the various canals and flag down boats and merchants as you please. You will also have the option to board a paddleboat and really get close to the action in his colourful waterborne destination. After the morning’s visits at the train and floating market, we will begin driving to the river where you will board a boat that will take you to a small local fishing community in the estuary and will visit mangroves swaps. These mangroves are home to a group of macaque monkeys; some of them will even come swimming out to your boat hoping to be fed a few bananas! The boat ride will continue through the river estuary and further out into the sea where we will come across an oyster farm where you will be shown how local fishermen cultivate them. The day will finish when we escort you back to your hotel in Bangkok.
Ayutthaya and Bang Pa In Summer Palace
On the final day you will be picked up from your Bangkok hotel and we will leave the city for the one hours drive north to Bang Pa In Palace, this palace situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya was formerly used by Thai Kings and was originally constructed in 1632, however it lay unused and overgrown for most of the 18th and 19th centuries but was finally restored and added to by King Mongkut in the latter half of the 19th century, many of the presents buildings were constructed by King Chulalongkorn between 1872 and1889. Following the Palace visit we will proceed to Ayutthaya where the fist stop will be Wat Yai Chaimongkhol. We will then proceed to central Ayutthaya where most of the remnants and old temples can be found. We will spend the rest of the day visiting and exploring the temples in this area. The day will finish when we drive back to Bangkok and transfer you to your Bangkok hotel.l.
• Bangkok Hotel pick up starts at 19:00
• Visit Pak Klong Flower Market
• walking tour of the streets and street food
• Visit Patpong Night Market
• Transport back to hotel 22:
• Pickup from your Bangkok hotel - 08:00
• Drive to the Grand Palace
• Grand Palace
• Wat Prah Kaew (see the Emerald Buddha)
• Wat Po
• Board a long tail boat and visit the Chao Phraya River and Thonburi Canals (private charter boat)
• Wat Arun
• Visit China Town - walking tour
• Wat Traimit
• Return to your Bangkok Hotel - 17:30
• 07:000 - Pickup from your hotel in Bangkok
• Commence drive to Mae Klong
• Train market at Mae Klong
• Palm sugar factory
• Resume drive to Damnoen Saduak
• Motorboat canal ride until floating market
• Floating market at Damnoen Saduak
• Optional - paddleboat riding
• Lunch break
• Begin drive to the river estuary
• Board boat and visit mangroves where monkeys live
• See oyster farm
• 18:00 - Return drive to your hotel in Bangkok
• Bangkok Hotel pick up at 08:00
• Visit Bang Pa In
• Visit Wat Mahathad
• Visit Ayutthaya historical park and temples
• Visit Ayutthaya historical park and temples
• Transfer to Bangkok Hotel 17:00
PRICES - Private tour
Privately Escorted Tour
Your Group Size (Persons)
Price per person (Thai Baht)
Child below 130cm tall
|600 baht discount for each child
Infant (24 months and below)
This tour includes:
• Licensed English speaking tour guide
• Transport by air con minibus/car
• All listed activities
• All entrance fees
• 3 lunch
• 1 eveing meal (street food)
• Pick up and drop off at your hotel
This tour excludes:
• In Tour Option - Paddle Boat at Floating Market 200 baht/person
This tour can depart on any day to suit your own schedule and convenience
This tour is only available as a private tour. This tour will be run exclusively for yourself and your group of family or friends
This tour is operated by Curious Gecko. Curious Gecko is Blugecko's own tour operation subsiduary. Blugecko is the parent company of Curious Gecko
TOUR DETAILS & FACTS
This tour is conducted as a privately escorted tour only. For a privately escorted tour you will be supplied with your own tour guide for yourself and your group of family or friends and will not join others.
- for 1-2 persons transport will be a modern comfortable air conditioned car or minibus
- for 3-13 persons transport will be a modern comfortable air conditioned minibus
This tour includes transfer to and from your Bangkok Hotel. Please be ready and waiting in the lobby of your hotel before the pick up time specified on your booking confirmation.
Please specify your hotel and its address on the booking form. If you do not have a hotel booked we can still process your booking but please inform us of your hotel at least 3 days prior to departure. For private tours we can arrange transfers to and from all hotels (an extra charge will usually be incurred for outlying hotels). If there are any issues with your specified hotel we will inform you before we ask for payment and process your booking. Please note on day 1 no transfer is included, however the guide will still come to meet you in the lobby of your hotel.
No accommodation is included in the above package tour. we will assume that you will make your own arrangements. If you require Blugecko to arrange your hotel please let us know and we can provide a full quote.
This tour is conducted with an English speaking guide. The guides will be TAT licensed (Tourist Authority of Thailand)
A limited amount of accident insurance is provided to cover some medical bills in case of an injury but it is advised that you have your own comprehensive accident insurance.
Dress Codes and what to wear
• The Bangkok climate is hot all year round. Wear light, cool clothes but please bare in mind the dress code for the Grand Palace below (you may want to bring a change of clothes)
• Grand Palace Dress Code: Visitors are required to dress appropriately. These following clothes are strictly not allowed as outer garments for both ladies and gentlemen:
1.Shorts, mini-skirts, short skirts, tight fitting trousers, tight leggings and tights, (Long skirts lower than your knees are allowed.)
2.See-through shirts and blouses, as well as culottes or quarter length trousers
3.Sleeveless shirts or vests (T shirts are allowed)
4.Sandals (without ankle or heel straps)
6.Sweatshirts and sweatpants, wind-cheaters, pajamas and fisherman trousers
Further Grand Palace dress code notes:
Long Trousers, pants are required, not just only the knee-leveled ones. Quarter length trousers cannot be worn.
No hole in any part of jeans, skirts, pants and trousers should be seen.
Scarves or shawl cannot be worn to cover your shoulders, a t-shirt or long sleeved shirt must be worn
• Please be prepared for the occasional shower, luckily in Bangkok rainfall is mostly confined to short showers rather than prolonged rainfall. a lightweight easily packable raincoat is an ideal precaution
• No swim wear is be required on this tour
Exertion levels are medium on this tour and involves some walking along city streets in a hot tropical climate. There are steps and slopes as well as alighting to and from small boats.
Lunch: Day 2, 3, 4
Dinner: Day 1
There is no compulsory tipping. Tipping is at your own discretion and choice, but if you felt that you were served by the guide and driver well during your trip any extra income is gratefully received.
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