Get to know an authentic part of Bangkok on a half-day tour, which shows you other places than the well-known and crowded tourist areas.
Gain an insight into the life of the locals
Stroll across an authentic market
Visit a non-tourist temple
Explore the green lungs of Bangkok
Get to know an original part of Bangkok by rickshaw.
First you will visit the largest fish market in the Thai capital, which is also one of the most original ones. Stroll through the stalls that seem to offer almost everything for sale, from fresh fruit and vegetables to herbs, live frogs, chickens and clothing.
Enjoy the hustle and bustle and see how the locals live on and around the market. Then take a tuk tuk to the pier where you cross the impressive Chao Phraya River in a typical Thai longtail boat. On the other bank a new side of Bangkok awaits you, without skyscrapers and with little traffic. Explore the city's green lungs, hidden from most tourists, in a rickshaw. Drive along banana trees and coconut plantations, pass local houses on stilts and stop at a Buddhist temple.
Enjoy a delicious Thai meal in a local restaurant before relaxing and feeding fish in a well-kept public park. With a bit of luck, you may encounter the most famous inhabitants of this park, giant monitors. Finally, the rickshaw takes you back to the pier, from where you cross the river again. Your guide will help you find a taxi back to your hotel.
• 2-hour rickshaw tour in Bangkok
• Professional guide
• Meal in a local restaurant
The meeting point is Queen Sirikit MRT Station (Subway station) at exit number 1.
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