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  3. Jim Thompson House

Transport Tour of Bangkok & Jim Thompson House

Product ID: 208092
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Jet around Bangkok in a small group by using 5 different modes of transportation. Ride the Skytrain, Tuk Tuk, Boats and more. Visite the famous Jim Thompson house. Get a sense of the city, learn the best way to travel within the crazy capital.
About this activity
Duration 5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English, German
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Get to know the city and its people by trying out 5 different modes of transportation
  • Visit the famous Jim Thompson house
  • Take a boat trip on the Chao Phraya River and on the Klong
  • Enjoy a typical thai lunch at a restaurant
Full description
Discover Bangkok in a small group (Max 6 pax). Ride on 5 different modes of transport as you explore Bangkok. Bangkok is a city of 15 million inhabitants; a swirling whirlpool of people, lights and sounds. Connecting them all are 16 different modes of travel. Learn about these different methods of transport and about the people who call Bangkok home.

Begin your journey by taking a ride on the BTS, Bangkok’s Mass Transit System, also known as the sky train. Watch the city speed by below as you sit in a comfortable and air-conditioned train car. Hop off the train at the boat pier and take a boat ride to Khao San Road. From there, get into the back of a tuk tuk. Tuk Tuks, or motorized rickshaws, are common throughout Asia, and offer a way to beat Bangkok’s notorious traffic. Stop at a local restaurant recommended by Tripadvisor and enjoy a few different tasty Thai dishes.

Take a taxi or motorbike-taxi ride through the bustling streets. Then, ride a boat down the Klong canal. Learn about points of interest along the way such as the Democracy Monument. Afterward, you can visit the historical Jim Thompson house. Thompson is still regarded as one of the most well-known Western foreigners in Asia, who helped to improve the silk and textile industry of Thailand in an enormous way. The house is now a museum and it still contains parts of his extensive art collection and high-quality antiques.

Includes
  • All fares for the 5 modes of transportation
  • A Thai lunch including 1 soft drink
  • Entry at the Jim Thompson House
  • Warm-hearted service from a professional guide
What’s Not Included
  • Transport to and from the meeting point
  • Services that are not mentioned above
  • Tips
Not suitable for
  • Children under 10 years

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Heritage Hotel, Alphabet Cafe, Narathiwat 3, Bangrak, 10500 Bangkok, BTS Chong Nonsi, Exit 4

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Important information
What to bring
  • Passport
Not allowed
  • Pets
Know before you go
• This tour takes place in all weather conditions (please dress accordingly)
• This tour is suitable for children over 6 years