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Sampran Riverside Thai Village Cultural Show

Sampran Riverside Thai Village Cultural Show

Escape Bangkok for a day on this memorable excursion which showcases rural landscapes and lush scenery on the Nakhon Chaisri River. Sampran Riverside is the perfect location for discovering some of Thailand’s oldest and most revered traditions. The Sampran Riverside is home to the long-running Thai Village Cultural Show where visitors can connect with nature […]

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Maeklong Railway Market – An authentic fresh goods market set on railway tracks

Thailand is a country in love with shopping and it shows in the several different types of markets you can experience during your visit. The country has shopping malls, floating markets, street markets, night markets, fresh markets, and even markets that sit right in the path of railway trains. The most visited railway market in […]

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Thai Cooking Class with real Thai Mum

Your Thai Guide would like to offer this unique opportunity to learn to cook home style Thai food with Mama Aree. This Thai mother is not a 5-star Michelin chef, nor does she operate a restaurant, but what she does have is more than 40 years experience cooking Thai food for her beloved husband, children, […]

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Chinatown – Eat where 5-star Chefs come to buy, shop where Thailand’s largest wholesalers do business, and visit small corridors of trade that pre-date the founding of Bangkok

Bangkok’s Chinatown has everything for everybody. Whether you are interested to explore the renowned street-side cuisine or discover untold shopping bargains on the vibrant back streets of the city’s oldest community, Chinatown is a destination that should not be missed. Regardless of the time of day or night Chinatown is bustling with shoppers, sellers, diners […]

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Lad Mayom Floating Market – Popular among locals but little known to tourists

One of the more popular things to do in Bangkok, for locals and visitors alike, is visit a floating market. While some of the larger floating markets (Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa) are located outside of Bangkok and provide locals with a one-day trip location on the weekends, there are other riverside markets right in the […]

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Bangkok Canal and Thai Puppet Show Tour – Venice of the East. Discover Bangkok’s vanishing canals and watch a Thai traditional puppet show

Going on a tour amid the small canals of the Chao Phraya River appeals to those intrepid travelers wishing to glimpse a place and time that is quickly vanishing from the landscape of modern Bangkok. Our scenic Bangkok Canal and Thai Puppet Show Tour gives our guests the opportunity to experience a peaceful riverside atmosphere […]

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Two Hour Bangkok Canal Tour – Venice of the East. Discover Bangkok’s vanishing canals and visit Orchid Farm and Royal Thai Barge Museum

Going on a tour amid the small canals of the Chao Phraya River appeals to those intrepid travelers wishing to glimpse a place and time that is quickly vanishing from the landscape of modern Bangkok. Our scenic Two Hour Bangkok Canal Tour gives our guests the opportunity to experience a peaceful riverside atmosphere and to […]

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One Hour Bangkok Canal Tour – Venice of the East. Discover the vibrant life of Bangkok’s vanishing canals

Going on a tour amid the small canals of the Chao Phraya River appeals to those intrepid travelers wishing to glimpse a place and time that is quickly vanishing from the landscape of modern Bangkok. Our scenic One Hour Bangkok Canal Tour gives our guests the opportunity to experience a peaceful riverside atmosphere and to […]

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Bangkok National Museum – View the most significant collection of Thai art and artifacts housed in Southeast Asia’s largest museum

The Bangkok National Museum is the first public museum of Thailand. The museum, which houses the largest collection of Thai art and historical artifacts in the country, was opened in 1874 by King Chulalongkorn (King Rama V) in order to exhibit relics from period of rule of his father, King Mongkhut (King Rama IV). Customer […]

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Wat Traimit ‘Temple of the Golden Buddha’ – World’s largest solid gold Buddha statue

Located near the entrance to Bangkok’s Chinatown district on Yaowarat Road, Wat Traimit is an easy visit for those interested to uncover the hidden beauty and mystery beneath Bangkok’s most influential Buddha image and community. According to Thai standards Wat Traimit is considered to be a rather modest temple. The main reason people visit Wat […]

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Wat Sutat – Mural paintings and a giant red swing in the heart of Bangkok

What visit to Bangkok would be complete without visiting one of Bangkok’s largest and most revered temples? Wat Sutat, known officially as Wat Sutat Thepwararaam Racha-Voramaha-Vihan, is one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok. Built during the period between King Rama I and King Rama III, the temple complex is revered for its […]

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Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram ‘Marble Temple’ – Beautiful Thai temple (featured on the 5 baht coin) made from Italian Carrara marble

Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram, known by many as the Marble Temple because its pillars, courtyard, and lion statue guardians are all made entirely of Italian Carrara marble, is one of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples. The temple’s name means “the Monastery of the fifth King near Dusit Palace”, the fifth King being King Chulalongkorn the Great (Rama […]

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Vimarnmek Mansion – The world’s largest golden teakwood structure

Have you ever been inspired to build or make improvements to your existing home after visiting a friend’s house? The Kings of Thailand were no different and after a royal visit to Europe in 1897 King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) commissioned the construction of Vimarnmek Mansion amid a recently purchased garden area near his royal city […]

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Prasart Museum – One man’s private museum dream tells the story of Bangkok in a cool and quiet garden setting

Prasart Museum is a private museum containing a vast collection of artifacts from the prehistoric to modern Bangkok periods. The museum houses a large and unique collection of pieces from Thailand’s distant past leading up to the Rattanakosin period. The buildings within the grounds where these pieces are exhibited are also wonderful examples of the […]

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Where can you see a variety of snakes up close and personal? Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute in Bangkok, the second oldest snake farm in the world

Do you love snakes? Would you like to see a variety of snakes up close and personal? Are you interested to learn more about the indigenous snakes of Asia and have a hands on experience in an environment where the animals are treated well and not used solely for entertainment purposes? If you answered yes […]

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Koh Kret see local life just a boat ride away from Bangkok

Twenty kilometers northwest of central Bangkok is an isolated island known as Koh Kret. This small island is full of village charm although it is just a short boat trip from Bangkok along the Chao Phraya River. Koh Kret is known for its rural atmosphere, its distinctive pottery and its busy weekend market. A visit […]

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Erawan Museum – 3 Headed Elephant stands as one of Bangkok’s most unique temples

One of the more popular things to do in Bangkok is visit the grand palaces and beautiful temples located throughout the city. While the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Keaw (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) and Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) rank high on many visitors lists of […]

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Jim Thompson House – East meets West style home and art collection of the ‘Legendary American of Thailand’

The Jim Thompson House, which is ranked as one of the most loved attractions in Bangkok city, stands as an historical architecture model while its small but distinct art collection serves as a museum. Jim Thompson was the American who created the silk industry in Thailand after WW II and he is considered to be […]

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Experience a Thai Lady Boy Cabaret Show

Many visitors to Thailand have been amazed to find that some of the beautiful women they encounter, and subsequently admire for their distinctly Thai features, are actually men. In Thailand, these men are referred to as ladyboys, or katoeys in Thai language, and are arguably some of the world’s most convincing transvestites, thanks to their […]