Free Hotel Pickup
Thonburi, is considered Bangkok’s historical and cultural quarter. If you love the endless feeling of old town , cheap food, sights, shopping, and nightlife. Let's discover more things to do in Bangkok’s laid-back in Thonburi district.
History & Culture
Food & Drink
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Bangkok area)
Arrive at Wat Prayoonwongsawat
turtle feeding – feeding hundred of turtle from your hand to their mouth. Go on visiting the golden Buddha in Viharn and explore the 200 years of white Chedi; Dazzling White stucco façade where you can crawl under the Chedi to see inside!
River walk to see Catholic church that built for 102 years ago. Enjoy seeing the relation of Catholic and Thai people in this area. The building was inherited for 250 years.
Walk into Kudeejeen community, taste Kudeejeen cupcake, traditional Portugese-influenced treat made from a recipe dating back 200 years. Visit local museum that turn old house to exhibit the history of the community.
River walk to see the old Chinese shrine that remain thing like 200 year the same. Respect chinese Buddha statue. Very beautiful.
River walk to Wat Kanlaya (Golden Giant Buddha) was built in the King Rama III (200 years ago).
Feel how calm you can touch when you get there!
Have lunch at local food hut, Stir fried noodle, chinese noodle and Padthai
Head to Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn "the must" temple you should visit in Bangkok.
Head to Wang Lang market. You will find a plenty of stalls selling clothing, footwear, beauty products, and, an abundance of cheap clothing. Wang lang also famous for its street food and local restaurants. This is a real foodies’ destination!
Visit Siriraj Medical Museum divide into 6 parts display skeletons and organs of human and the deceased with unnatural deaths.
Walk to the bar beside the river at "Taling Bar" get the river scenery before sunset. (Thai menu and alcohol are available.)
End of trip, drive back to your hotel.
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are excluded
More details about price conditions
There is no admission fee at the museum of Kadeejeen but needs to supports their souvenir shop (Start 25 Baht) or Coffee shop (start 40 Baht).
I love all the places even if I am a local. This trip is a definition of Bangkok.
There are so many things you will see beside the attractions.
I genuinely welcome and bring you smile.
Dress properly, Hat and sun glasses are recommended
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