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Want to experience the life of a Bangkokian university student for a day? It's easy, just come with me, and I will show you around Thailand's first open university! I'll tell you the history of the university and its importance to Thailand's democracy. Also, I'll show you the best spots to eat and where to get some of Bangkok's best street snacks!
History & Culture
Meet up at BTS Station (Saphan Taksin)
Let us take an express boat along the Chao Phraya River to go to Tha Maharaj Pier. We'll walk along the river to see the nearby amulet market, one of the biggest in Bangkok.
Now it's time to explore Thammasat University! Translated literally as "The University of Moral and Political Sciences", it is rich with political history during the 20th century. Here, I'll show you all the historical spots and the different areas in the university in deeper detail!
I bet you might be hungry at this point, but no worries! We will enjoy a delicious lunch at a local must-eat restaurant nearby. There are many choices of food to choose from, all at cheap prices.
Now, we will cross the river once more to Wang Lang Market. This market is very famous among Bangkokians because of it has a lot of street food such as barbequed pork to sweet roti, which we all love.
After snacking on delicious street food, we'll take an express boat back to BTS Saphan Taksin and say good bye to each other. I hope that you had a good time!
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
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Being an alumnus of Thammasat University, I know the university and the nearby areas inside out. From all the delicious food to the history, there is a lot to be discovered here. Having spent 4 years as a Thammasat University student, I want to show you why it's more than just a university. It's a charming community of students and locals!
Sun protection: sun glasses, sunscreen lotion, hat
- Saphan Taksin