Come and take a boat ride through the peaceful Saen Sab Canal in Nong Chok district, where the people are friendly and live a slow life. Visit a local mosque, a temple, and a vintage market. Lastly, let's savor some delightful Halal street food.
History & Culture
Meet up at our meeting point
- Airport Rail Link Station (Hua Mak Station)
- BTS Station (Phra Khanong)
Arrive at Baan Koh Mosque's pier, then boat along the peaceful Saen Sab Canal and see the local Muslim lifestyle.
Stop at Kamalul Islam Mosque. This is one of Bangkok's oldest and beautiful mosques. Here, you can sample the locally popular food.
Stop at a local restaurant for lunch.
Visit the National Mosque of Thailand.
Tour the date farm.
Arrive at the Minburi Market, which is the largest evening Halal street food market in Bangkok. There are thousands of menus for you to enjoy!
Go back to the starting point and say goodbye.
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
More details about price conditions
As you know, Thailand is a Buddhist country with a Muslim population of only around 10 %. Most of them are living in the far side of Bangkok, which is only few travelers have been there. Let's go and see this hidden gem of Bangkok!
Long dress or trousers (If you want to go inside a mosque or a temple)
- Hua Mak Station
- Phra Khanong