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$65.47 Tours & Sightseeing

Bangkok Small-Group Bike Tour

Make your way to the lobby of the Nouvo City Hotel, Samsen Road, Banglamphu to meet your guide. You'll travel together by taxi or minivan to the starting point of this exciting tour. After a quick bike fitting and briefing you'll head out near Khao San Road in Banglamphu. Your gentle 20 km (12.5 miles) morning bike ride travels through Bangkok Noi, the heart and soul of Bangkok. Across the Chao Praya River to the Thonburi side of Bangkok, this area has its own unique style of waterways and small roads. The old Bangkok Noi community has been established since King Chai Raja of Ayutthaya Period (AD 1532 - 1546). Bangkok Noi Canal which was once a part of the majestic Chao Phraya River flows in a horseshoe shape through the old Bangkok Noi community. Wind your way through the back streets of Suburban Bangkok and small laneways along the riverside. You'll cross the famous Rama VIII Bridge then ride through a local community who are well known for producing 'Maak', an addictive mixture of betel nut, lime and mulberry leaf.You'll pass the King's Royal Barges and ride along The Bangkok Noi Canal which eventually leads you to the spectacular Wat Arun, one of Bangkok's iconic landmarks. From Wat Arun you'll head back across the Chao Praya River to Pranakorn via the Memorial Bridge. This bridge was built in 1929 to mark the city of Bangkok's 150th anniversary. You'll visit Wat Suthat temple, which is home to a 25-foot tall Buddha. Your final stop is opposite Wat Suthat to see the red frame giant swing which represents the movement of the God Shiva which was reserved for performances at grand ceremonies.Your guide can assist you in getting a taxi back to your hotel if needed.

$220.24 Cultural & Theme Tours

Sightseeing In Bangkok 2Days 1Night

Day 1: BangkokMEAL: -/-/-Meet with Our Guide at the airport.Then proceed to The Queen's Gallery has been established since August 9, 2003 from the initiation of Her Majesty the Queen Sirikit in order to be a space which displayed the work of Thai artists. The Thai artists which the gallery will focus on exhibiting have been broken down into two categories: The new Thai artists which his/her work has not been known by the society and the work of senior honored artists.Visit to The Banglamphu Museum, which opened recently to educate visitors about the past, present and future of the historic neighborhood, is ahead of the curve for community preservation efforts in the capital.A model of a tram that once plied the streets of old Banglamphu is on display in the wooden building of Pipit Banglamphu Museum.After that we visit to Asiatique the Riverfront is an expansive open-air mall with river views and a cutting-edge 'festival market and living museum' concept. Check-in at Woodlands Inn or Kinnon Hostel.Day 2: BangkokMEAL: B/L/-After your breakfast at the hotel our guide will pick you up from your hotel for discovering of enchanting Bangkok.We visit to Coin Museum Treasury Department Thailand, See 25 reviews, articles, and 63 photos of Coin Museum Treasury Department Thailand, ranked No.254 on TripAdvisor among 593 attractions in Bangkok.Then we go to Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is one of important museums in Bangkok with its stunning architectural designs. Visitors are recommended to see its beauty along with learning the historical background. Ananta Samkhom Throne Hall was a royal reception hall withing Dusit Palace in Bangkok. During the 1932 Siamese.After exploring then we alighted for lunch at Wangwana Kitchen Resturant or similar, after lunch let you shopping at Jatujak Weekend Market, the biggest market in Thailand when over 8,000 vendors from all over the country onverging in a single area. Among the largest markets in the world, Chatuchak seems to unite everything buyable, from used vintage sneakers to baby squirrels.Then we go to Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. Be amid thousands of colorful butterflies housed underneath a giant, 15-meter-tall open-air dome, covering an area of 1,100 square meters at Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, located within the Vachira Benchatat Park (aka. Rodfai Park). Transfer you to the airport (Return we advised the best time at 7.00 pm up.)We do hope you find this Trip remarkable and you will visit our Lonely Planet again to unfold more destination in Thailand.END OF SERVICE. 

$2499 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Indochina Discovery

Discover the heart and soul of Indochina on this tour of four very diverse countries. Encounter history, both ancient and modern, and witness the unbelievable splendour of Angkor Wat. Push through hectic city lanes and tap into the pulsing nightlife. Our CEOs will ensure your accommodation and transportation are covered—so you can choose the activities that interest you. And with other travellers your own age, you can be sure to get down with adventurers that’ll keep up.

$1928.65 Classic

Essential Vietnam & Cambodia

A wide-ranging adventure showcasing the region’s natural wonders and fascinating cultures, this 17-day trip offers a combination of guided excursions and free time to explore beaches, ruins, urban culture, and awe-inspiring landscapes. Cruise the Mekong for a day and overnight on a traditional sailing junk boat in Halong Bay. Witness the heights of Cambodia's past at Angkor Wat, and contemplate its lows by walking the infamous Killing Fields. Although many activities are included, there is still plenty of time to explore on your own and create the ultimate adventure.

$1399 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Cambodia & Vietnam on a Shoestring

Begin in Bangkok—a city that never sleeps—and end by braving Hanoi's bustling streets. Plug into Cambodia and Vietnam on this electric journey with breaks to bliss out on white-sand beaches. Get a history lesson exploring Angkor Wat and walking Ho Chi Minh City’s streets. With your accommodation and transport arranged by our expert CEOs, this adventure offers a great combination of must-see highlights and free time to explore on your own.

$719 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Cambodia on a Shoestring

Marvel at the incredible Khmer ruins of Angkor Wat and the clear turquoise waters of Sihanoukville. This journey packages Cambodia’s treasures into ten well-paced days. Brave Ho Chi Minh City’s jam-packed streets with other travellers your own age – you can be sure they’ll keep pace with you – and check out the more laid back waterways of Vietnam’s Mekong Delta. With all of your basic trip details arranged, you can concentrate on choosing the activities that interest you most.