Pickup from Bangkok
First we visit the largest fresh market in Bangkok by foot. Then a short Tuk-Tuk ride to the pier where we board a long-tail boat to the Green Lung, a quiet paradise just a stone's throw away from the busy city. Jump on your bicycle and follow me!
Meet up at MRT Station (Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre)
Visit the largest fresh market, one of the most authentic markets, in Bangkok. This chaotic sprawling fresh market is packed with raw meat, livestock, seafood, fruits and vegetables, clothes, and kitchenware.
Jump in a Tuk-Tuk for a short ride to the boat pier.
Start cycling in the green area. It will be hard to believe that the busy city is just a stone's throw away from this quiet area! I know this area very well, so just follow me while cycling on backroads and through a maze of pathways!
Enjoy a delicious Thai meal before we cycle back to the pier and cross the Chao Phraya River again, back to the city.
Tour ends at the pier. I will assist you with a taxi back to the MRT (metro), BTS (skytrain) or your hotel.
Vegetarian Food Available
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
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Get a very good impression of local life in Bangkok. Leave the busy city with all its cars, Tuk-Tuks and motorbikes behind you for an unforgettable experience in the green area. I love to show you the other side of the Big Mango!
Bring a cap and sunblock. Wear closed shoes (flip-flops not recommended).
And of course do not forget your camera!
- Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre
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January 1, 2019
Friendly, accommodating, informative
This was my first time using this service. After my experience, I would definitely use the service again. Anne, our guide, is very friendly, accommodating, knowledgeable, and clearly is enthusiastic about visitors learning about gget home country. I liked that the tour was structured enough so that we got to see what we set out to see and do, but it was also flexible enough to allow us to take in the local scene and enjoy the experience even more. I especially appreciated the bits of information about Thai people, traditions, and culture.
January 1, 2019
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