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1-day Bangkok City Tour

1-day city walking tour

Bangkok, the vibrant and dynamic capital of Thailand, is an extraordinary tourist destination and a captivating place to explore for countless reasons. Its enchanting blend of ancient traditions and modernity is evident in its stunning temples like Wat Pho and Wat Arun, juxtaposed against glittering modern skyscrapers.The bustling street markets and delectable street food stalls offer an unforgettable culinary adventure, while the city’s rich cultural heritage can be experienced through its museums, historic sites, and traditional performances. With its warm hospitality, a myriad of shopping opportunities, and a lively nightlife, Bangkok beckons travelers to immerse themselves in its eclectic tapestry of experiences, making it an exceptional and memorable destination for all. One night in Bangkok is never enough.

Grand palace in Bangkok

What you need

  • Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses
  • Water bottle
  • Local SIM card
  • Download essential apps
  • MRT map
  • Towel, wet tissues
  • Reusable bag
  • Transport card

Tickets required

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Grand Palace*: Start your day at the Grand Palace, one of Bangkok’s most iconic landmarks. Explore the stunning architecture, including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew), and learn about Thai history and culture.

*Tickets (500 Baht) to the Grand Palace have to be purchased online at least 24 hours before your visit day. Free for Thai people.

When entering a Temple or place of worship, please follow a strict dress code: 
No sleeveless shirts
No vests
No short top
No scarves over sleeveless blouses
No see through tops
No short hot pants or short pants
No torn pants
No tight pants
No bike pants
No mini skirts

Wat Pho: Visit Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, which houses a massive golden Buddha statue. Take time to stroll through the temple complex’s beautiful gardens.

Lunch: Enjoy a traditional Thai lunch at a local restaurant nearby, where you can savor dishes like pad Thai, green curry, or tom yum soup.

Chao Phraya River: Take a boat ride along the Chao Phraya River to see Bangkok from a different perspective. You can choose from various boat options, including public ferries, express boats, or tourist cruises.

Wat Arun: Visit Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, known for its stunning riverside location and intricate ceramic mosaic designs. Climb to the top for a panoramic view of the river and city.

Asiatique the Riverfront: Head to Asiatique the Riverfront, an open-air shopping and entertainment complex along the river. Explore the boutiques, dine at one of the many restaurants, and enjoy cultural performances.

Street Food Dinner: Satisfy your taste buds with a dinner of Thai street food at one of Bangkok’s bustling night markets, such as Asiatique or Chinatown.

Khao San Road: Experience the lively atmosphere of Khao San Road, a famous backpacker district known for its bars, street food, and nightlife. Even if you’re not into partying, it’s an interesting area to explore.

Siam Niramit: End your day with a cultural performance at Siam Niramit. This spectacular show showcases Thailand’s history, culture, and traditions through dance and music.

This one-day itinerary offers a mix of historic sites, cultural experiences, shopping, and local cuisine, allowing you to get a taste of Bangkok’s vibrant and diverse offerings. Adjust the pace to your preferences and enjoy your day of sightseeing in this dynamic city.

Bangkok, Thailand Cityscape
Bangkok City Skyline