Joined Tour: Bangkok Old Town's Walking Tour: The Rattanakosin Story
This walk explores the historic area of Rattanankosin Island, as we pass by some of Bangkok’s most famous landmarks you will learn about the history of the period. This tour passes but does not go inside the Grand Palace or Wat Pho.
Why this trip?
This tour will explore the history of the Rattanakosin period and some of the area’s most famous landmarks. You will also discover more about the different kings who had an impression on this area.
How local is it?
As we walk you will pass famous places like, the Amulet Market, Thammasat University, Wat Mahthat, Sanam Luang, City Pillar Shrine, The Grand Palace (and Temple of the Emerald Buddha) and Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha).
What makes it unique?
We will also take you to a few lesser now places like Wat Ratchapradit and Saranrom Park.
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Bangkok area)
Suan Saranrom Park and Pig Memorial
The Amulet Market and Thammasat University
Sanam Luang (Royal Field), City Pillar Shrine, The Ministry of Defence, and The Grand Palace
- Hotel Pickup in Bangkok Area
Booking & Review(71)
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Had a great time. Timely pick up and drop. We got to do everything the tour stated. I do wish the driver spoke english for better communication.
It was aspiring!
Interesting to learn about Thailand involvement during the WW2.
It started with about 2 hrs plus journey to Jeath Museum, which was interesting, but the main point of attraction was Bridge over River Kwai, nice scenery around it. Train ride to death railway was long and enduring heat, but worth it once it crossed the bridge. Too bad no chance to stop and take pics from near the bridge, as we were rushing for lunch.
SaiYokNoi waterfall was a little disappointing as only little water can seen from the top.....ending the tour with war cemetery...I was surprised that the driver sent me back to my hotel, as I thought only stop over at Khaosan area.