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Best and Must See of Bangkok in One Day. Guided Tour: Bangkok’s iconic sights: Temples, The Grand Palace, Flower Market and Canals Tour


Tour Type: Private & Customizable.
Remark: (Starting from September 1, 2023, all our private daily tours will be exclusively
reserved for our guests, including airport transfer service and 5-star hotel stay).


  • Take a boat on Chao Praya River
  • Visit the Flower and Farmer market
  • Visit Wat Po, the Temple of the reclining Buddha
  • Visit Wat Arun, the iconic Temple of Dawn
  • Visit the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, Temple of The Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddhist Temple in Thailand
  • Board on a long-tail boat for canals tour in Thonburi side


Departure from your hotel in Bangkok at 08:00.
We offer this tour with the option of private transportation in a van or with public transportation.

1) Visit the Flower Market and farmer market.
Pak Khlong Talat is one of the biggest flower markets in the world and the most important local wholesale market for vegetables and fruits.
It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The stroll between the scent of colourful exotic flowers, garlands, wreaths, bouquets and through old buildings nearby the river is a not-to-be-missed experience in Bangkok.
In about a 30 min. walk we reach…
2)Wat Po. First Class Grade Royal Monastery, is located south of the Grand Palace. First Open University in Thailand and centre of Traditional Thai Massage.
Visit Wat Po, also known as the temple of the Reclining Buddha, a monumental 46 m long and 15 m high stunning gilded image representing the passing of Buddha into Nirvana.
Its soles, of mother of pearl inlay, show 108 auspicious signs of the Buddha.
The Wat Po house 1.440 inscriptions-recounting medicine, botany, science, astrology and history of Siam-registered from UNESCO as memory of the world. Duration: 1 hour. After the visit heading to Tha Tien pier and…
3) Take a ferry boat to Wat Arun, the temple of Dawn, on the West bank of Chao Phraya River.
Named after the Indian god of dawn, Aruna, the temple is located along the Chao Praya River on the Thonburi side.
Its magnificent and famous worldwide prang (Khmer style tower) symbolises the Mount Meru of the Hindu cosmology, terrestrial representation of the 33 heavens.
The prang is decorated with a mosaic of porcelain used by Chinese ships as ballast and is surrounded by four smaller prangs.
Duration: 30 minutes.
Take the ferry back to Ta Thien pier.
4) Take a tuk-tuk and Visit the Grand Palace.
The Grand Palace and Royal Temple Wat Phra Kaew. 
Built in 1782 by King Rama I close to the Chao Praya River after the capital was moved from Thonburi to Bangkok as a residence and offices for the Royal Family.Within The Grand Palace compound, that covers an area of 218,000 square metres with a complex of buildings and Thai art, is the Royal Temple Wat Phra Kaew that houses the Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha image in Thailand. 
In the cloister of Wat Phra Kaew, walls are painted with murals depicting the story of Thai classic literature Ramakien (derived from the Indian epic Ramayana) that has had a great influence on Thai art, dance, drama, sculpture and literature. 
Presently The Grand Palace is only used for some state functions and in certain ceremonial occasions such as Coronation Day.
Duration: 1 hour.
After the Grand Palace visit: go back to Tathien for lunch. Lunch time at a local restaurant in Thatien (in front of Wat Po).
After lunch: board a long tail boat for the Thonburi canals tour…
5) A charming glance into the past: board on a long-tail boat for a tour along the river banks and canals (klongs) of Chao Prhaya.
Explore the canals of the Thonburi area by long-tail boat. 
“Bangkok Venice of the East”: some of the most traditional parts of Bangkok are on this side of the river, where daily life still revolves around the canals.
Unforgettable daily life scenery directly from the past: teak private houses built on stilts and rural houses, porches overlooking the canals, wooden boats paddled along canals, temples, children swimming, men fishing…
Just across the other bank of the river, Bangkok metropolis with its skyscrapers, sky bars and restaurants, cars, traffic, sky train and glamour modernity is a jump through the centuries ahead from here.
Itinerary: Klong Bangkok Yai – Klong Bangluang – Klong Mon – Klong Chakpra – Talingchan – Klong Bangkok Noi .(Klong means canal in thai language) Duration: 1 hour.
6) After the canal tour, you will board a boat back to Saphan Thaksin and then head back to your hotel.
Further details will be provided by confirmation email.

Inclusions & Exclusions

Licensed Professional Tour Guide
All local transportations (boats, long tail boat, tuk-tuk).
Long tail boat for canal tour
Entrance fees
Meals and drinks
Personal expenses
Other services not mentioned in the “Inclusions”

Booking & Accessibility

Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Full payment and a passport copy is needed in order to finalize the booking.
Not wheelchair accessible.
Not recommended for travelers with walking difficulties.

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