Chinatown Gate, Bangkok

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Bangkok: 3 Guided City Walking Tours

1. Bangkok: 3 Guided City Walking Tours

On our guided walking tours through Bangkok, you’ll explore the city through every era, being entranced by its vivid colours and powerful scents. Find out all about the city’s illustrious cultural, political, and religious landmarks, as well as its cool neighbourhoods and lesser-known gems. If you don't have time to join our tours on the same day, don't worry! Your ticket is valid for 3 days from first use. Enjoy our delightful walking tours around this dazzling city. Use the free Vox City app (included in your ticket) to discover more of Bangkok and its incredible history with curated self-guided tours through the main quarters! 'Historic Siam' includes: Wat Ratchapradit Pi Kun Bridge Mahakan fortress Rommaninat Park Tanao Road Wat ratchabophit Bangkok City Hall 'Bangkok Cultural Gems' includes: Wat Ratchaburana Drum Tower Wat Pho Phahurat market Sampheng area Museum of Siam Mon bridge 'Chinatown by Night' Tang Toh Kang Golden Shop Wat Mangkon Kamalawat Nana Plaza Jek Pui curry rice Charoen Krung Rd Our 7 self guided route's main sights: Wat Pathum Wanaram Erawan Shrine Talat Phlu Siam Square Wat Chana Songkhram Ratchaworamahawihan Phra Sumen Fort Chiao Eng Biao Shrine Siam Commercial bank Wat Hong Rattanaram Guan Yu shrine Wat Kanlayanamit Woramahawihan Wat Khun Chan ...and many more!

Bangkok: Chinatown and Wat Traimit Self-Guided Walking Tour

2. Bangkok: Chinatown and Wat Traimit Self-Guided Walking Tour

Discover the best of Chinatown on this self-guided walking tour. See the area's most iconic monuments and attractions and immerse yourself in the area's renowned street food scene. Follow the instructions on your app-based tour and listen to the stories and history of Buddism, the Chinatown Gate, and delicious street food on Yaowarat Road. Start your tour at the Temple of the Golden Buddha. Here, learn more about this iconic 5-ton statue, made from solid gold. Continue through Chinatown, passing by famous landmarks such as Wat Mangkon Kamalawat. Refuel on Yaowarat Road with a bite to eat from one of the street's Michelin-starred food stalls. Finish your tour on Sampeng Lane where you can buy some unique clothes and accessories.

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