This 2 kilometer walk takes you to some interesting areas in Bangkok, and get you up close to where the locals live and how they spend their daily lives. You will see local neighborhoods with a multicultural vibe. We take a stop at a local bakery and but some samples and enjoy with a drink.
Join us for a 2-hours walk in one Bangkok’s oldest communities. The advantage of walking is you get more time to study the surroundings, for photographing and taking in how the locals live. We get down some small alleys that you wouldn't normally go down but each takes us to interesting areas which show the diversity of Bangkok's population and it's unique history.After an initial short bus trip, you will take in Muslim, Catholic, Chinese and Buddhist areas. One of the highlights is a visit to a local bakery, where they bake a kind of muffin from an ancient Portuguese recipe. We cross the Chao Phraya River by ferry, and take a short walk through part of the flower market, which is a great sight to see. The finish will be a visit to a small café, where we can have a cup of coffee and taste some of the freshly baked muffins. The format of this trip allows you to get up close and personal with parts of Bangkok you wouldn't normally visit and the guide is available to answer any questions you may have. The trip ends at the café which is part of a charity set up by HelpLive which helps children at risk. A cup of coffee purchased can provide a meal for a child.