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Join me to experience the diverse Thai culture in the melting hub of the harmonized community, enjoy local snacks, brunch and Thai dessert, learn about Thai beliefs, see the unforgettable art and neighborhoods, and uncover the hidden gems.
Meet up at BTS Station (Saphan Taksin)
BTS Station : Saphan Taksin, Exit 1, Downstairs
tour briefing on the activities and survival tips when you are in Thailand.
Walk along Charoen Krung street and observe what the locals do and why and how the Buddhists offer the food to the monks, the ideas behind the offerings and you can present some stuffs to the monks.
Stop by the multi belief worshiping places and see how it relates to local.
Taste some heavy snacks from the popular food stalls that the locals like.
Visit the fresh “Bangrak” market and observe more cultural aspects why locals do what they do.
Visit the unique “Yannawa” Royal temple and see the architectural details of Buddhism. Moreover, you can learn to focus your mind on folding the lotus petals or simply flower offerings.
Have brunch at the long established and famous restaurant “100 Years of Prachak”.
Taste some Thai dessert and herb juices.
Enjoy walking along the exotic street with some interesting places and stories as we go. Or just hop on and off the city bus for few stops to get the feel of local places.
Enter the creative district and see some colorful wall art and graffiti, surrounded by the historic buildings and neighborhoods.
Stop at a unique Thai souvenir shopping in Thailand Creative and Design Center.
Passing by the Art venue at Warehouse 30.
Visit the House museum “Bangkokian” where we can go back in time of 80 years ago and can still relate to the present days.
I will escort you to the public pier and send you off to BTS Saphan Taksin Station where you can take the train back to your Hotel.
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
You will meet with the licensed professional tour guide equipped with wealth of knowledge and experience. Nothing can compare to exploring this unique area by walking with & connect with locals.
All types of outfit that can handle the tropical weather which can be a bit warm yet appropriate to walk into the religious worship spots, hat, sunglasses, hand-fan, sun screen.
- Saphan Taksin