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Experience the Mix of Portuguese & Thai Cultures at Kudi Chin, Bangkok

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18 reviews

private Tour

Private Car

Free Hotel Pickup

ไทย, English

5 Hours


You'll visit one of the oldest community in Bangkok, learn the history of this community and all in all experience the signature local foods and snacks which are the heritages from their ancestors, the Portuguese settlers from Ayutthaya period.

Food & Drink

History & Culture

Local Life


itinerary

09:30

Meet up at hotel lobby (in Bangkok area)

10:30

Arrive Wat Kalayanamit, the Buddhist temple built in the reign of King Rama 3, where you can see the mix of Thai and Chinese arts which was fashionable in the reign of the king Rama 3.

11:00

Visit Kuan An Keng shrine, one of the oldest shrines in Thonburi. It has been praised for its perfectly preserved wooden carvings and mural paintings and was awarded Best Architectural Preserve by the Association of Siamese Architects in 2008.

11:30

Visit Santa Cruz Church: the Church of the Holy Cross, a legacy of Portuguese-Siamese relations built by the descendants of the early Portuguese Catholics in 1770 after the fall of Ayutthaya.

12:00

Visit Baan Kudichin museum, a renovated wooden house decorated with lovely Azulejos tiles on the ground floor. Here displays a wide collection of photos and tools used by the early residents of Kudeejeen.

12:30

You'll experience fine dinning lunch at Baan Sakul Thong. The original recipes of Portuguese & Thai Royal cuisine foods from the ancestors. You'll experience not only the foods but also their ways of lives.

14:00

It's time to say good bye to Baan Sakul Thong and drop you back to the hotel.


Price Conditions

Transportation fares are included.

Admission fees are included.

Meals are included.

More details about price conditions

Extra Expense You Should Prepare

Alcohol drinks and personal expenses.


FAQs

Why this trip?

Kudeechin community is one of the oldest community in Bangkok. It shows the harmony of living with different beliefs and creates the community's unique through foods. Moreover, you'll have a chance to visit a local family and see how they live.

Things to prepare for the trip

Casual wears
Walking shoes.
Sun protections i.e. hat, sun glasses


Meeting Point

Hotel Pickup

- Hotel Pickup in Bangkok Area


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janne K.
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July 11, 2019

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5.0

Relaxing interesting wonderfull guide and delicious food

Hansa was delightfully warm and flexible guide who had vast knowledge about the region. Everything was well planned and arranged and the encounters with the locals were wonderfully lovely and interesting. We had possibility to taste countless new flavors: from fresh tamarind, honemade rice pudding to different salts. The dinner at Auntie Sims could’n have been more deliscious, with endless variety of restaurant quality seefood. We enjoyed all the visits.

janne K.
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Finland

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July 11, 2019

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Dear Janne,

Thank you very much for your very nice review. I and the locals were also very happy to meet all of you. You are all welcome back again.

Hansa W.

July 11, 2019

絵里子 花.
Japan

Japan

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April 30, 2019

Samut Sakhon from Bangkok: Mangrove, Salt Farm & Fisherman's Village

★★★★★★★★★★

5.0

Great and priceless experience!

Everything was perfect.

Activity, guide's explanation,hospitality, food, places.. nothing could be better!

絵里子 花.
Japan

Japan

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April 30, 2019

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Dear Eriko,

Sorry to reply you from here late, I just found the button reply. Thank you very much for your nice review. Please keep in touch ❤️❤️

Hansa W.

July 11, 2019

Patricia F.
United States

United States

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April 11, 2019

Samut Sakhon from Bangkok: Salt Farm Tour & Homemade Seafood

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5.0

Hansa was exceptional and the Salt Farm was a unique local life adventure

This opportunity is truly a local immersive experience. Hansa takes you to a salt farm and through the mangrove conservation area. These two landscapes are other- worldly in themselves. Then add personal contact with the workers, walking into the salt collection pools, learning all the stages of salt production, and viewing the lost shores and mangrove forests of the Gulf of Thailand. It is a mind altering experience.

But Hansa softens the physical demands by providing cold water, snacks, a very roomy car, and coconut refreshment. The seafood lunch provides by the Baanya Sea Salt Farm was the best food I have had in Thailand. Fresh, just from the sea, and beautifully served. This tour was salty, hot, demanding and luxurious. All in one day. Do it!

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Patricia F.
United States

United States

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April 11, 2019

Helpful?

Dear Patricia,

Thank you very much for your very nice review and your kindness to support the community. It was also a good day for me to spend a day with you. Please keep in touch.

Hansa

Hansa W.

April 12, 2019

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