Unique Experiences:

•  Experience the wooden houses on stilts and local life in the Klongs
•  Explore the two hidden gems: The Artist’s House and Wat Khun Chan Temple
•  Feed the hundreds of catfish
•  Get the insider stories of the sacred Grand Palace and the giant reclining Buddha in Wat Pho


Shared Group Experience – normally has more than 3 people in a group and expect to share your experience with up to 9 others.

Trip Length: 1 Day(s) 0 Night(s)
Type of Transportation:

Walking & Long tail boat

Physical Rate: 1/5
Child Policy:

Please note that children under the age of 6 might find it difficult to concentrate for the whole day.

Included in Price:

Meals: Lunch 
Transportation: Bangkok Oriental Pier to Bangkok Tha Chang Pier by Longtail Boat
Miscellaneous:  English- speaking guide, Temple Entrance Fees

Excluded from Price:

Drinks and snacks
Toilet fees, if any
Transportation from/to your hotel to starting point (New Road Guest House, 1216/1 Charoen Krung Rd., Bangrak)
Transportation from ending point (Wat Pho) to your hotel.


Locations Visited:
Bangkok, Thonburi, Grand Palace, Wat Pho
Start City:
End City:


Meet at New Road Guest House lobby at 8.30 hrs, where you will meet up with the guide, who takes you to the nearby pier to board our long tail boat. From here you’ll move down the Chao Phraya the main river in Bangkok, with amazing backdrop views of the Bangkok skyline, before making a turn to enter the klongs.

You will pass a range of local wooden stilt houses with clothes hanging to be dried in the sun, a local "7 eleven", klong style. Feel the atmosphere of having entered the klongs. You will hear Thai music being played from the houses, you will see birds looking at the trespassing boats, if you are lucky you will spot one of the sunbathing lizards.

The first stop is at the temple Wat Khun Chan where you will be inspired by the postmodern temples on one side of the klongs and the feeling of old days on the other with the beauty of the river crossing through the landscape. From there it’s onwards to the Artist Village, with old wooden walkways with artists, an old barber shop, an old grocery, vintage posters, colors of freedom, and a small stupa licking the sunlight. Feel the quietness surrounding this place. A stop will be made where you can feed holy Catfish. It’s a remarkable sight when hundreds of fish come to the surface seemingly out of nowhere!

Upon leaving the klongs you will see several houses on stilts and how locals live in small houses on the river. Then we leave the quietness and get back to noisy, Chao Phraya river and the majestic grand palace. Lunch will be served in one of the busy riverside street stalls where you will mingle with the locals.

After lunch you will make your way to the Grand Palace, the most respected temple in Thailand. It houses the Emerald Buddha, which is the holiest Buddha image in Thailand and the main attraction in the complex. After touring Grand Palace the trip continues to Wat Pho, the oldest temple in Bangkok, where you visit the main attraction – the reclining Buddha – 46 meters long and 15 meters tall. The sculpture is made of gold, and its flat soles are ornamented with Buddha’s 108 omens of happiness by inlaid mother of pearl.

The trip finishes at Wat Pho where you can decide to continue to Wat Arun (the temple of dawn) go to Chinatown or continue your temple explorations.

Meals: Lunch
Note: All Visitors must be properly attired (NO vest tops, short sleeves, short pants or skirts, flip-flops) and passport must be present at Grand Palace's check point.

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