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Best Of Bangkok: Temples & Long-tail Boat Tour with Lunch

1. Best Of Bangkok: Temples & Long-tail Boat Tour with Lunch

Start your tour with a visit to the Emerald Buddha Temple. Pass by the amulet market, one of the most famous historical community markets of Rattanakosin Island. Discover the first stop of Wat Phra Kaew, regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. Explore the Grand Palace, the official residence of the Kings of Thailand, now used for official events. Pass Tha Thien Market, a cultural food market. Visit the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, Wat Pho, considered the earliest center for medical public education, recognized by UNESCO in its Memory of the World Programme. Learn about the history of the temple from your guide.  Rest and try Bangkok's local street food in Tha Tien. Sample Thai street food for a taste of Thai cooking traditions. Continue your journey to Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn), one of Bangkok’s most famous landmarks known for its giant tower, standing 70 meters high.  Take a speedboat to Thonburi, the former capital of Thailand, less developed than the other side of the river. Many of the traditional small waterways, khlongs, still exist there.

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Muay Thai Rajadamnern Boxing Stadium - VIP Entrance Ticket

2. Muay Thai Rajadamnern Boxing Stadium - VIP Entrance Ticket

Muay Thai is one of the national sports of Thailand, an ancient martial art that has developed over the course of 500 years. A must-see if you visit Bangkok, the Muay Thai kickboxing fights allow you to experience the Thai culture from a very different perspective. You will be amazed by the vibrant atmosphere in the arena and enjoy the match from an extremely close position with the VIP seating, right next to the ring.  The Ratchadamnoen Stadium is the oldest and greatest boxing stadium, built in 1945, and has hosted important tournaments and more than 1500 fights. By joining this event, set yourself up to learn more about this traditional martial art, and its practices and techniques. 

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Erawan Museum and Ancient City: Combo Ticket

3. Erawan Museum and Ancient City: Combo Ticket

Conveniently visit both famous attractions in Samut Prakan province, Erawan Museum and Ancient City, with one ticket. Find out how Erawan Museum, located just outside of Bangkok, was constructed as a symbol of peace and humanity, and now showcases the arts, philosophies, religious diversity, and spirit of Asia. Upon arrival, marvel at the giant three-headed elephant sculpture which makes up part of the exterior building. This attraction is the first and largest hand-carved sculpture in the world. Ancient Siam, also known as the Ancient City, is a park constructed under the patronage of Lek Viriyaphant and spreading over 200 acres in the shape of Thailand. The founder's idea was to create a golf course filled with miniatures of Thailand's historically significant structures. Today, some of the structures in the park are full-size replicas of important Thai monuments, while others are scaled-down, miniature versions. Opt to include a traditional khantoke meal during your visit to the Ancient City to make your trip even more fulfilling and memorable.

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Muaythai Lumpinee Boxing Stadium - VIP Entrance Ticket

4. Muaythai Lumpinee Boxing Stadium - VIP Entrance Ticket

Muaythai or Thai Boxing is Thailand's most important martial art and a big part of Thai culture. With this VIP ticket, you'll experience the unique atmosphere of a fight at Lumpinee Stadium, where hundreds of fans scream and cheer for their fighter. From your VIP seat, you'll have a great view of the fight, an impressive and violent combat where fighters use different parts of their body, like fists, elbows, knees or shins.  Lumpinee Stadium is one of Thailand's most famous and important stadiums. It's well-known by both locals and foreign fans of Muaythai because it's considered a symbol of modern Thai Boxing. Even though many tourists are excited and curious about this sport, the Lumpinee stadium is also a place where many locals come to enjoy their national sport. 

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Bangkok: 1-Hour Guided Patpong Museum Tour

5. Bangkok: 1-Hour Guided Patpong Museum Tour

Journey through Asia's sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll history at the Patpong Museum. Afterward, enjoy a drink and discover the go-go revolution in the legendary Grand Prix Bar where you'll have the chance to play a game of adults-only ping pong. Your guided tour of the museum takes you through six zones that include interactive features. Learn 100 years of history in a chronological timeline from the early 1900s until today. Original historic artifacts and modern augmented realities are paired with features that you can touch and play with. Break from the tour to immerse yourself at your own speed and to your own liking. Stop at a reconstructed Patpong go-go bar offering cold refreshments and dancer projections. The "X-rated" section has been carefully curated to keep it fun and offers the chance to play a game of adult ping pong. Take a peek into the infamous shows that made Patpong world famous.  At the end of your Patpong Museum tour, your guide is happy to provide recommendations and suggestions about things to do in Patpong and the general area of the Bangrak and Silom districts.

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Samut Prakan: Erawan Museum Discounted Admission Ticket

6. Samut Prakan: Erawan Museum Discounted Admission Ticket

Enjoy access to the Erawan Museum, located just outside Bangkok in Samut Prakan province. Find out how the museum was constructed as a symbol of peace and humanity, showcasing the arts, philosophies, religious diversity, and spirit of Asia. Receive a discounted ticket that allows you access at a specified date and time. When you arrive, marvel at the giant 3-headed elephant sculpture which makes up part of the exterior building. This attraction is the first and biggest hand-carved sculpture in the world. As you enter, discover how the museum is sectioned into 3 levels which symbolize the underworld, the earth, and heaven in a lot of religious and philosophical thinking. Start at the Suvarnabhumi Level, the underground level of the Elephant. Observe a showcase of ancient artifacts and porcelain - all part of the owner's prized collection - which represent 'the past'. Admire numerous artifacts including the Thai style ceramic ware of Benjarong. Also marvel at the figure of Naga, the snake-like god of the underworld who is the givers of waters in Buddhist belief. Next, head up to the Earth Section, the circular base that supports the weight of the elephant. See how the interior of the building incorporates many art forms of the world, including Western and Eastern styles in a truly unique form. Notice how the ceiling of the entrance is similar to the ceiling of the earth and the stained glass form the pattern of the Earth. Finally, arrive at the Cosmo Level which is the area inside the body of the elephant. Navigate along 2 passageways from the right and left feet of the elephants towards an area painted with stories of gods and goddesses floating in heaven. Once you've explored the interiors of this unique building, continue your tour to the outside areas. Take a stroll through the garden which is filled with rare tree species from all over Thailand, some of which have significance in Thai literature.

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Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun: Guided Tour in Spanish

7. Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun: Guided Tour in Spanish

Set off on one of the most popular and spectacular Spanish-guided tours in Bangkok, thoughtfully designed to allow guests to see all the most important and well-known attractions in one day. Travel on foot and with all kinds of transport such as tuk tuk, boat, air train, and subway, avoiding the infamous traffic problems of Bangkok. Learn about the history of Thailand, its monarchy, and the most important temples of the great capital, Bangkok. Immerse yourself in this great city, full of secrets and contrasts. The first stop is at the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), which is famous for being the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok and boasts impressive enclosures and an area of almost 20 acres. The Grand Palace, one of the homes of the King of Thailand, is a must-visit site and is known worldwide. Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Keo) is the most important Buddha in Thailand. Visit the temple where religious ceremonies continue to be held today. Afterwards, cross the river on a fun, sightseeing tour by boat. Take in beautiful, panoramic views of the city before arriving to the next stop of the tour, Wat Arun, better known as the temple of dawn. Marvel at its silhouette made of Chinese porcelain and climb to the top of its pagoda to hear about its history. Choose the tour option that best suits your needs and benefit from the service of a Spanish-speaking guide.

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What people are saying about Bangkok

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 46 reviews

Our tour guide, Mhom, was very knowledgeable and also had and excellent sense of humour we enjoyed. The Palace and temples we visited were not crowded due to COVID-19 and lack of Chinese tourists so we were able to take lots of photos of the amazing sites. The Thai food lunch was delicious. The longtail boat ride took us past the tallest Buddha which is under construction. Sadly construction is being delayed due to no exports coming from China currently. Mhoma assisted with directions for our return to our hotel and even accompanied us there, which was a welcome surprise. All in all- 5/5 and highly recommend to other travellers.

Really cool thing to do!!! We didn't know much about Muy Thai besides what we google before the event and still had an amazing time. It's not mentioned anywhere but the event can be up to 4 hours long with young kids (12 - 14) doing the opening and ending matches. We stayed for the entire event, but it seemed quit normal to show up late and leave early depending on your mood. The main match is in the middle. All the fighters (kids and adults) are super impressive and lightning fast! Plus you in the front so you see everything.

The atmosphere of Muay Thai fights in the old stadium can't be described. You have to experience it because writing is a waste of time. I am surprised how easily we received the tickets and at a decent price, without rip off. Places by the ring ... Great! Every time we appear in Bangkok this will be the basic point of the program of our stay.

Very friendly guide (name: Mom) with extensive knowledge. She had the group "under control" without being intrusive.

The itinerary was good and our guide was good. We enjoyed the lunch and then the long tail boat ride through some canals.