巴吞旺的獨特新鮮事
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巴吞旺的獨特新鮮事

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Must-try~Hidden Bangkok Bike and Food Tour
【Vegetarians & vegans are welcome】 Most people said this is the best bike and food tour in Bangkok. Among 2000+ guests' reviews, the highlight of this tour is the delicious food, the access to local people, and the beautiful hidden place. I can assure you that you will love this tour! We will start the tour from Chao Praya River, and time travel to the hidden Bangkok that 99% of visitors will not know. You will taste 5+ selected street foods during the route. Yellow curry noodle?The spicier the better! The cake by master Pi is nice and fresh. Seasonal fruits are juicy and sweet. And the lunch/dinner in the local family house is my favorite - fabulous Tum Yum Soup and Thai omelet. Believe me, you can’t find this in any guidebook! (Foods may be different every day) Travel like a local. We will visit 10+ off-the-beaten-path places. In temple and monk school you will learn about Buddhist tradition. And then you will know why over 90% of people in Thai are Buddhism. You will explore the local neighborhoods, and weave your way through narrow backstreets and alleys, completely immersed in local culture. You will fall in love with the city and finally learn why is Thailand known as the 'Land of Smiles’. All fees inclusive, no extra charge.
Morning Yoga in the Park
Our practice will take place in a quiet corner of Lumphini Park, right in the center of Bangkok. We will start the session with meditation and Pranayama (breathing exercises), moving on to asana flows. During the retreat, we will be performing healing and strengthening exercises. Thanks to the small size of the class, the class can be tailored to individual needs and skills. Yogis of all levels are welcome to join! (The time of the yoga practice is approximately 90 minutes) Yoga helps you learn about your body, how to fix posture, balance and pains, while making you stronger. It is not a competitive practice, and it should be lived as a tool for improving yourself inside and out. Join the practice and experience the rejuvenating power of yoga! Other things to note Don't worry if you are a newbie or an advanced practitioner. We will adapt classes to the needs of participants. Please plan on being at least 5 minutes early to get set up for class. Please let me know if you have any injuries prior to practicing.
Hidden Bangkok Tuk Tuk Street Food Tour
Let’s get a ride with Hidden Bangkok Tuktuk and experience a delicious Tuk Tuk night ride ! Nak Klang Community district which is mostly unknown to tourists. Step off the beaten path and discover a canal side unseen community in a hidden temple of the old town Bangkok – Let’s soak up local culture in this cozy small neighborhood. Try an Authentic Thai food at a canalside restaurant, hidden behind a local temple and community. (Except Sunday) Sneak in the secret door of Wat Prayoon at night to see the beautiful light up where only few people know. Experience the best Isaan street food (hot clay pot, barbecued chicken, papaya salad and sticky rice) and the most famous thai dessert place at local market of Thonburi old town. Last stop at Bangkok blooming 24/7 flower market from the back of market with the story behind . ***Experience end at the flower market (MRT subway Sanamchai station)*** Please inform us if you have food allergies. All Tuk Tuk's are provided by a licensed third-party vendor.
⭐2Floating markets&boat to Orchid farm
Eat Drink and Repeat! *Boat trip, Family style lunch, Herbal drink, plenty of snacks/dessert are all-inclusive. Vegan available. Explore our unique floating market, where cultural immersion takes center stage. Unlike typical tourist destinations, we blend on-ground stalls and select boat vendors for an authentic experience. While we have fewer boats, it ensures a genuine and varied encounter with local culture. Featured in "Somebody Feed Phil," our market showcases authenticity and delightful culinary offerings. Join me for a leisurely adventure, where you're encouraged to explore and savor the distinctive charm of our market which closer to the city, allow u more time for other activities. We will; 1)1.5 Hours long-tail boat trip with 2 stops; Temple where the little floating market located and Orchid farm. The 2nd floating market in a temple close at 2PM 2)Visit a temple & pay homage to the Buddha. 3)Visit orchid farm. Here you have a unique opportunity to see how orchids are grown. Sampling fruit right off from its tree 4) family style Lunch & drink & herbal Thai drink. Wander around the market together, visit over 250 food stalls where locals love to eat. Sample the delicious, authentic snacks and local dishes made using recipes passed down through generations **Not Touristy Damnoen Saduak** - Our boat trip is not to stop at boat to buy food. #Floatingmarket #Foodtour
Evening E-Scooter Ride with Street Food
After being instructed on how to use our e-scooters and have given you a test run then we will start the tour. First we will give you a brief history of Bangkok as we ride to the first stop. Local Temple - After your confident on the scooter we'll tour through a few lesser-known areas to see Bangkok like a local. Wat Arun - We’ll stop at Wat Arun where you’ll want to take photos of Wat Arun as it shimmers lit up at night. After we cross the river on a local ferry. Wat Pho - Once on the other side of the river, we'll ride to Wat Pho where we will show you around the temple at night. Here we'll tell you some history of Thailand and Bangkok. Royal Grand Palace - at night the Palace is closed, but it's still a magnificent site at night. Street Food Dinner - for dinner you'll get to eat like a local as we stop for to eat street food at a local store. Flower Market - Next, you’ll explore Pak Khlong Talat Bangkok’s colorful and fragrant flower market, the market is open 24 hours and at night you’ll see everything from common roses to bright orchids, lilies and more. Wat Prayoon - Finally, we visit Wat Prayoon with its huge white stupa lit up at night. After we ride along the riverside and winding back streets back to the start, where we say goodbye. Other things to note Don't worry if you haven't ridden an electric scooter before we'll make sure you can ride the scooter before we set out.

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See Thirty Top Bangkok Sights Fun Guide
30+ Bangkok Sights in one tour! Fun local guide This is a fantastic way to see the real Bangkok with a local. See, smell & photograph amazing Bangkok ! I will guide you on an exploration of Bangkok’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities Starting in the Talat Noi area of Bangkok. Famous for its temples (Wats), narrow streets & rich Chinese heritage (especially food) The houses & lanes are full of graffiti. We will see famous temples here plus the impressive China Town Gate & Siang Kong Shrine Next stop is Bangkok's Chinatown. Amazing smells, sights, food & narrow streets! We then walk to Bangkok's most interesting temple : Wat Chakrawat. Crocodile Temple (it has Crocodiles living there!) We then come across Bangkok's old shopping district and head to Prison Park (used to be a maximum security prison) Visit a temple with amazing Hell Murals (The Royal Families Temple : Wat Suthat). See the biggest swing in Asia. Watch bowl making by Monks and browse the Buddha Statue Factories. Our final stop is Golden Mount. The only hill in the city. Fantastic views (Only for guests taking the 10am Tour) Other things to note Please bring water, sunscreen and appropriate clothing :) No shorts (above knees). For women, shoulders have to be covered. No tank tops & no flip flops Please bring 50 THB for the entrance ticket for the Golden Mount Temple
Bangkok's Amazing Temples with TukTuk
- Take a public boat on the Chao Phraya river, you will gives the opportunity to experience a peaceful riverside atmosphere. - Wat Arun, Know as the temple of dawn serves as one of the most outstanding landmarks in Bangkok with spectacular view from the surrounding. - Wat Pho, We'll cross river to reach Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) this is one of the largest and most impressive temple sights in Bangkok. - Travel like a local We'll take a Tuk Tuk around old town's Bangkok for new experience. Other things to note Clothing for temples are cover your shoulders and knees. * At the end of the tour TukTuk will stop at flower market ( From there you can take a MRT or Boat.
Bangkok's Amazing Chinatown Tour
Bangkok's Amazing China Town & surrounding area! Fun local guide Try different foods, see the variety of shops, colours & smells. This is one of the best China Towns in the world. The food is exquisite, the bustle and noise is authentic. I will guide you on an exploration of Bangkok’s major landmarks. This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities Starting in the Talat Noi area of Bangkok. Famous for its temples (Wats), narrow streets & rich Chinese heritage (especially food) The houses & lanes are full of graffiti. We will see famous temples here plus the impressive China Town Gate & Siang Kong Shrine Next stop is Bangkok's Chinatown. Amazing smells, sights, food & narrow streets! Last stop : Bangkok's most interesting temple : Wat Chakrawat. Crocodile Temple (it has Crocodiles living there!) Other things to note Please bring water, sunscreen and appropriate clothing :) No shorts (above knees). For women, shoulders have to be covered. No tank tops & no flip flops
Historical City of Ayutthaya - Unesco Full Day From Bangkok
In the morning we leave from the meeting point in Bangkok to the former capital Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya, a kingdom that existed from 1350 to 1767, is a fantastic destination for culture lovers. During these four centuries, the country grew into the nation of Siam (the former name of Thailand), which roughly occupied the territory of modern Thailand, with the exception of the Lanna kingdom in northern Thailand. Ayutthaya was favorable to foreign merchants, first Chinese, Indians, Japanese and Persians, later Portuguese, Spaniards, Dutch (the Dutch East India Company), British and French, and allowed them to build settlements outside the city walls. At its peak, Ayutthaya had over a million inhabitants and the ambassadors of King Louis XIV of France compared the city in size and wealth to Paris. The kingdom came to its final end in 1767, when the Burmese army invaded the country, burnt Ayutthaya to the ground and forced the inhabitants to abandon the city. Since 1991, Ayutthaya has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Royal Summer Palace Bang Pa-In and the most famous and stunning temples ruins in this once mighty city, like Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Wat Mahathat, Vihara Phra Mongkhon Bophit, Wat Phra Si Sanphet and Wat Chaiwatthanaram. During this tour you will travel back in time and learn more about the temples and the history of Thailand.
Incredible Bangkok Food Tour
The highest rated food tour in BANGKOK ! We will introduce you to a mixture of Thai & Chinese food. There is a lot of it.... Pork leg Fish Cakes Satay 2 x Michelin Star street food (we wont tell you what it is as we want to keep it a secret!) A weird yummy drink Egg Noodles Green Curry Deserts and more deserts Annnnd... more deserts! This is about having fun, eating more than we should and laughing about how amazing the food is in Bangkok. You will not be disappointed As well as eating amazing food you will also see Bangkok at night.. Amazing sights & smells. The city is changing and luckily we have found some of the best food spots that have been here for a long time. The locals produce and cook the food : YOU ARE HERE TO EAT IT ! Other things to note This is a lot of food..... Bring a full appetite, get ready to laugh and have fun Vegetarians and other restrictive diets : its hard for us to try and find substitutes :( This tour is not for you :( (sorry!)

巴吞旺最受青睞的體驗

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Railway Market
Everyday 2 times: 7:15 AM and 10:30 AM After 1 to 1,5 hours driving we arrive at the famous Mae Klong train market (Talat Rom Hup). Imagine a train going straight through a public market! The Mae Klong Railway Market has been around since 1905. Fishing was (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who lived here, and the market was another way in which to sell their goods. Officials decided to build a railway in order to better deliver these goods to other provinces. The market stayed at the same place though, despite the new tracks that cut through it. Visit Wat Bang Kung, famous for its small chapel that is completely enclosed within the roots of a banyan tree. It is almost like the tree itself is the pillars of the temple and that without the roots the chapel would fall down. You can also go inside to pay respect to the Buddha image. Continue to Damnoen Saduak where we board a long-tail boat for a ride through the canals before we reach the famous floating market of Damnoen Saduak. Although the market evolved more into a tourist attraction nowadays, it’s still worth the visit for its unique atmosphere and the experience it offers. THE EXACT MEETING TIME/DEPARTURE TIME WILL BE INFORMED IN A PERSONAL MESSAGE TO YOU THE DAY BEFORE THE TOUR. PLEASE READ OUR MESSAGE CAREFULLY AND KEEP IN MIND THAT WE HAVE TO START ON TIME.
Hands-on Thai Cooking Class & Market Tour in Silom
Meet at House of Taste Thai Cooking School in Silom. Discover the nearby market with a guided tour available for the morning class, where you will browse for the freshest ingredients to make your authentic Thai dishes. (There will be "Mango Carving" instead of a market tour for the afternoon and the evening class, the introduction to ingredients will be taken place at school) Learn about various exotic Thai ingredients, including vegetables, rice, herbs, and spices, as well as the preparation of coconut milk and curry paste from scratch. Spend two hours making four delicious dishes, and savor each one individually while they're still hot and fresh. Get your hands dirty by making the curry paste from scratch, and take home all recipes with you so you can recreate the gastronomic experience again in the future.
Hands-on Thai Cooking Class at Tingly Thai Cooking school
Morning class with market tour 08.30-12.00 pm Afternoon class ( excluding Marking tour) 13.00-16.00 pm Evening class ( Excluding Marking tour ) 18.00-21.00 pm Learn about various exotic Thai ingredients, including vegetables, rice, herbs, and spices, as well as the preparation of coconut milk and curry paste from scratch. Spend two and half hours making four delicious dishes, and savor each one individually while they are still hot and fresh. - Tom Yum Kung // Hot and Sour prawn soup - Pad Thai Kung // Fried noodle Thai style with Prawns Depending on the day - Red curry with chicken ( Tuesday, Saturday ) - Green curry with chicken ( Monday, Friday) - Massaman curry with chicken (Thursday) - Panang curry with chicken ( Wednesday and Sunday) - Mango with sticky rice Take home all recipes with you. So you can recreate the gastronomic experience again in the future Know before you go Bring an empty stomach because there will be plenty of your favorite Thai foods Other things to note Comfortable walking shoes are recommended Bring an empty stomach because there are will be plenty of your favorite Thai foods Dietary requirements such as Vegetarian Remark !! *** if you want market tour please booking morning class only … Afternoon class and Evening class ( Excluding Market tour)
Authentic Thai Massage Workshop at ThaiHand Massage School
For those who come to visit Thailand, it is undeniable that Thai Massage would be one of the most wanted activities. You might have experienced Thai Massage already whether at your home country or in Thailand. However, what about learning how to practice Thai Massage yourself? This Hands-on Authentic Thai Massage Workshop is designed by spa therapist experts that let you get a real sense of what Thai Massage is all about in a compact 3-hour course. - Learn what really is Thai Massage and how is it different from the west and others? - Practice authentic Thai Massage on yourselves and your partners taught by senior spa therapists with 20 years of experience - Step-by-step of how to make a Thai Herbal Compress and what is inside one - Experience the real Thai Massage session with traditional Thai drinks and snacks provided
Foods experience at Railway & Floating Market
Once in a lifetime is awaiting you. Come join us to explore two unique and exciting markets. You will love this half-day experience as we travel in a small group outside Bangkok for about 1.5 hours to Mea Klong Railway Market (umbrella pulldown market), the Damnoen saduak floating market. At Mea Klong Railway Market. Being at the train station at the right time and getting a great spot is an excellent opportunity for exclusive photography. If travel time permit, we will catch on the classic World War II train and get a glimpse of how people here make a living on a Salt farm. At Railway Market, you see the train get through so close that you can even reach the train. Be prepared and get lost in the market. At the busy floating market "Damnoen sadak floating market". On arrival at the floating market, we walk along with the market. Take a boat at the floating market It is a chance to observe the ways of Thai living and even walk to their house to talk to them. The scenery and the shopping along the canal are one of a kind, especially, the food that is served on the boat is so unbearable. We will send the host's name and number before departure. Please kindly be at the meeting point on time at 7.00 AM at MRT Hualampong exit 3. Chinese Host extra charge 500Baht/group. Boat insurance by a licensed third-party provider. More info @EatWalkTalkTour

巴吞旺附近的所有活動

Must-try~Hidden Bangkok Bike and Food Tour
【Vegetarians & vegans are welcome】 Most people said this is the best bike and food tour in Bangkok. Among 2000+ guests' reviews, the highlight of this tour is the delicious food, the access to local people, and the beautiful hidden place. I can assure you that you will love this tour! We will start the tour from Chao Praya River, and time travel to the hidden Bangkok that 99% of visitors will not know. You will taste 5+ selected street foods during the route. Yellow curry noodle?The spicier the better! The cake by master Pi is nice and fresh. Seasonal fruits are juicy and sweet. And the lunch/dinner in the local family house is my favorite - fabulous Tum Yum Soup and Thai omelet. Believe me, you can’t find this in any guidebook! (Foods may be different every day) Travel like a local. We will visit 10+ off-the-beaten-path places. In temple and monk school you will learn about Buddhist tradition. And then you will know why over 90% of people in Thai are Buddhism. You will explore the local neighborhoods, and weave your way through narrow backstreets and alleys, completely immersed in local culture. You will fall in love with the city and finally learn why is Thailand known as the 'Land of Smiles’. All fees inclusive, no extra charge.
Morning Yoga in the Park
Our practice will take place in a quiet corner of Lumphini Park, right in the center of Bangkok. We will start the session with meditation and Pranayama (breathing exercises), moving on to asana flows. During the retreat, we will be performing healing and strengthening exercises. Thanks to the small size of the class, the class can be tailored to individual needs and skills. Yogis of all levels are welcome to join! (The time of the yoga practice is approximately 90 minutes) Yoga helps you learn about your body, how to fix posture, balance and pains, while making you stronger. It is not a competitive practice, and it should be lived as a tool for improving yourself inside and out. Join the practice and experience the rejuvenating power of yoga! Other things to note Don't worry if you are a newbie or an advanced practitioner. We will adapt classes to the needs of participants. Please plan on being at least 5 minutes early to get set up for class. Please let me know if you have any injuries prior to practicing.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Railway Market
Everyday 2 times: 7:15 AM and 10:30 AM After 1 to 1,5 hours driving we arrive at the famous Mae Klong train market (Talat Rom Hup). Imagine a train going straight through a public market! The Mae Klong Railway Market has been around since 1905. Fishing was (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who lived here, and the market was another way in which to sell their goods. Officials decided to build a railway in order to better deliver these goods to other provinces. The market stayed at the same place though, despite the new tracks that cut through it. Visit Wat Bang Kung, famous for its small chapel that is completely enclosed within the roots of a banyan tree. It is almost like the tree itself is the pillars of the temple and that without the roots the chapel would fall down. You can also go inside to pay respect to the Buddha image. Continue to Damnoen Saduak where we board a long-tail boat for a ride through the canals before we reach the famous floating market of Damnoen Saduak. Although the market evolved more into a tourist attraction nowadays, it’s still worth the visit for its unique atmosphere and the experience it offers. THE EXACT MEETING TIME/DEPARTURE TIME WILL BE INFORMED IN A PERSONAL MESSAGE TO YOU THE DAY BEFORE THE TOUR. PLEASE READ OUR MESSAGE CAREFULLY AND KEEP IN MIND THAT WE HAVE TO START ON TIME.
Hands-on Thai Cooking Class & Market Tour in Silom
Meet at House of Taste Thai Cooking School in Silom. Discover the nearby market with a guided tour available for the morning class, where you will browse for the freshest ingredients to make your authentic Thai dishes. (There will be "Mango Carving" instead of a market tour for the afternoon and the evening class, the introduction to ingredients will be taken place at school) Learn about various exotic Thai ingredients, including vegetables, rice, herbs, and spices, as well as the preparation of coconut milk and curry paste from scratch. Spend two hours making four delicious dishes, and savor each one individually while they're still hot and fresh. Get your hands dirty by making the curry paste from scratch, and take home all recipes with you so you can recreate the gastronomic experience again in the future.
Hidden Bangkok Tuk Tuk Street Food Tour
Let’s get a ride with Hidden Bangkok Tuktuk and experience a delicious Tuk Tuk night ride ! Nak Klang Community district which is mostly unknown to tourists. Step off the beaten path and discover a canal side unseen community in a hidden temple of the old town Bangkok – Let’s soak up local culture in this cozy small neighborhood. Try an Authentic Thai food at a canalside restaurant, hidden behind a local temple and community. (Except Sunday) Sneak in the secret door of Wat Prayoon at night to see the beautiful light up where only few people know. Experience the best Isaan street food (hot clay pot, barbecued chicken, papaya salad and sticky rice) and the most famous thai dessert place at local market of Thonburi old town. Last stop at Bangkok blooming 24/7 flower market from the back of market with the story behind . ***Experience end at the flower market (MRT subway Sanamchai station)*** Please inform us if you have food allergies. All Tuk Tuk's are provided by a licensed third-party vendor.
Historical City of Ayutthaya - Unesco Full Day From Bangkok
In the morning we leave from the meeting point in Bangkok to the former capital Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya, a kingdom that existed from 1350 to 1767, is a fantastic destination for culture lovers. During these four centuries, the country grew into the nation of Siam (the former name of Thailand), which roughly occupied the territory of modern Thailand, with the exception of the Lanna kingdom in northern Thailand. Ayutthaya was favorable to foreign merchants, first Chinese, Indians, Japanese and Persians, later Portuguese, Spaniards, Dutch (the Dutch East India Company), British and French, and allowed them to build settlements outside the city walls. At its peak, Ayutthaya had over a million inhabitants and the ambassadors of King Louis XIV of France compared the city in size and wealth to Paris. The kingdom came to its final end in 1767, when the Burmese army invaded the country, burnt Ayutthaya to the ground and forced the inhabitants to abandon the city. Since 1991, Ayutthaya has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Royal Summer Palace Bang Pa-In and the most famous and stunning temples ruins in this once mighty city, like Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, Wat Mahathat, Vihara Phra Mongkhon Bophit, Wat Phra Si Sanphet and Wat Chaiwatthanaram. During this tour you will travel back in time and learn more about the temples and the history of Thailand.
Hands-on Thai Cooking Class at Tingly Thai Cooking school
Morning class with market tour 08.30-12.00 pm Afternoon class ( excluding Marking tour) 13.00-16.00 pm Evening class ( Excluding Marking tour ) 18.00-21.00 pm Learn about various exotic Thai ingredients, including vegetables, rice, herbs, and spices, as well as the preparation of coconut milk and curry paste from scratch. Spend two and half hours making four delicious dishes, and savor each one individually while they are still hot and fresh. - Tom Yum Kung // Hot and Sour prawn soup - Pad Thai Kung // Fried noodle Thai style with Prawns Depending on the day - Red curry with chicken ( Tuesday, Saturday ) - Green curry with chicken ( Monday, Friday) - Massaman curry with chicken (Thursday) - Panang curry with chicken ( Wednesday and Sunday) - Mango with sticky rice Take home all recipes with you. So you can recreate the gastronomic experience again in the future Know before you go Bring an empty stomach because there will be plenty of your favorite Thai foods Other things to note Comfortable walking shoes are recommended Bring an empty stomach because there are will be plenty of your favorite Thai foods Dietary requirements such as Vegetarian Remark !! *** if you want market tour please booking morning class only … Afternoon class and Evening class ( Excluding Market tour)
Incredible Bangkok Food Tour
The highest rated food tour in BANGKOK ! We will introduce you to a mixture of Thai & Chinese food. There is a lot of it.... Pork leg Fish Cakes Satay 2 x Michelin Star street food (we wont tell you what it is as we want to keep it a secret!) A weird yummy drink Egg Noodles Green Curry Deserts and more deserts Annnnd... more deserts! This is about having fun, eating more than we should and laughing about how amazing the food is in Bangkok. You will not be disappointed As well as eating amazing food you will also see Bangkok at night.. Amazing sights & smells. The city is changing and luckily we have found some of the best food spots that have been here for a long time. The locals produce and cook the food : YOU ARE HERE TO EAT IT ! Other things to note This is a lot of food..... Bring a full appetite, get ready to laugh and have fun Vegetarians and other restrictive diets : its hard for us to try and find substitutes :( This tour is not for you :( (sorry!)
⭐2Floating markets&boat to Orchid farm
Eat Drink and Repeat! *Boat trip, Family style lunch, Herbal drink, plenty of snacks/dessert are all-inclusive. Vegan available. Explore our unique floating market, where cultural immersion takes center stage. Unlike typical tourist destinations, we blend on-ground stalls and select boat vendors for an authentic experience. While we have fewer boats, it ensures a genuine and varied encounter with local culture. Featured in "Somebody Feed Phil," our market showcases authenticity and delightful culinary offerings. Join me for a leisurely adventure, where you're encouraged to explore and savor the distinctive charm of our market which closer to the city, allow u more time for other activities. We will; 1)1.5 Hours long-tail boat trip with 2 stops; Temple where the little floating market located and Orchid farm. The 2nd floating market in a temple close at 2PM 2)Visit a temple & pay homage to the Buddha. 3)Visit orchid farm. Here you have a unique opportunity to see how orchids are grown. Sampling fruit right off from its tree 4) family style Lunch & drink & herbal Thai drink. Wander around the market together, visit over 250 food stalls where locals love to eat. Sample the delicious, authentic snacks and local dishes made using recipes passed down through generations **Not Touristy Damnoen Saduak** - Our boat trip is not to stop at boat to buy food. #Floatingmarket #Foodtour
Learn Authentic Thai Cooking at Siamese Cookery House
At Siamese Cookery House , you will experience how Thai people spend their time at the fresh market, including how to choose the best ingredients for making the most authentic Thai food. You can experience the market tour at Thai local market both morning class (09:00-13:00pm) and the afternoon class (13:30-17:30 pm) in everyday BUT evening class (18:00-21:00 pm **No market tour (market is close, you will have a lecture in the class) After market tour we take Tuk-Tuk back to the cookery house with air-conditioned operation room and cook in the open air Thai style kitchen. In the hand-on cooking processes will make you understand Thai culture of eating even more. We will give you the cooking book with pictures to make sure that you can make Thai food at home for your family and friends as a valuable souvenir from Thailand. What we cook ! (Open everyday) Soup : Tom Yum Goong or Tom Kha gai Stir-fry : Pad Thai or Pad See Ew Curry : Mon-Massaman curry : Tue-Green curry Wen- Panang curry : Thu- Massaman curry Fri- Green curry : Sat-Panang curry Sun- Massaman curry and all curry serve with rice Desert : Mango with sticky rice Vegetarian , Vegan or any food allergy please inform us in advance :)
Authentic Thai Massage Workshop at ThaiHand Massage School
For those who come to visit Thailand, it is undeniable that Thai Massage would be one of the most wanted activities. You might have experienced Thai Massage already whether at your home country or in Thailand. However, what about learning how to practice Thai Massage yourself? This Hands-on Authentic Thai Massage Workshop is designed by spa therapist experts that let you get a real sense of what Thai Massage is all about in a compact 3-hour course. - Learn what really is Thai Massage and how is it different from the west and others? - Practice authentic Thai Massage on yourselves and your partners taught by senior spa therapists with 20 years of experience - Step-by-step of how to make a Thai Herbal Compress and what is inside one - Experience the real Thai Massage session with traditional Thai drinks and snacks provided
Evening E-Scooter Ride with Street Food
After being instructed on how to use our e-scooters and have given you a test run then we will start the tour. First we will give you a brief history of Bangkok as we ride to the first stop. Local Temple - After your confident on the scooter we'll tour through a few lesser-known areas to see Bangkok like a local. Wat Arun - We’ll stop at Wat Arun where you’ll want to take photos of Wat Arun as it shimmers lit up at night. After we cross the river on a local ferry. Wat Pho - Once on the other side of the river, we'll ride to Wat Pho where we will show you around the temple at night. Here we'll tell you some history of Thailand and Bangkok. Royal Grand Palace - at night the Palace is closed, but it's still a magnificent site at night. Street Food Dinner - for dinner you'll get to eat like a local as we stop for to eat street food at a local store. Flower Market - Next, you’ll explore Pak Khlong Talat Bangkok’s colorful and fragrant flower market, the market is open 24 hours and at night you’ll see everything from common roses to bright orchids, lilies and more. Wat Prayoon - Finally, we visit Wat Prayoon with its huge white stupa lit up at night. After we ride along the riverside and winding back streets back to the start, where we say goodbye. Other things to note Don't worry if you haven't ridden an electric scooter before we'll make sure you can ride the scooter before we set out.
Bangkok Food Tour By Night
With our exciting food tour, you can experience Chinatown's vibrant and diverse street food culture! Our street crawling tour will take you on a culinary adventure through the bustling streets, where you will be able to sample the neighborhood local street foods and immerse yourself in the authentic flavors of the area. Our knowledgeable and friendly guides will lead you through the maze of the popular street to discover the most favored dishes enjoyed by the locals. From savory dumplings to sweet pastries, you'll be able to sample a variety of delectable flavors that will tantalize your taste buds and may leave you wanting more. You'll also taste of the oriental flavor like how the real local taste will taste like on our food tour. You'll gain a better understanding of Chinatown's food taste and its significance in the local community from eating. So, if you're looking for a one-of-a-kind and unconventional culinary experience, join our food tour today and sample the local street foods in Chinatown!
Tuk-tuk tour Bangkok by Night with Chinatown streetfood meal
Experience the Thai capital by tuk-tuk after sunset and pass interesting sights like Wat Arun, Grand Palace, Wat Pho, the Giant Swing and Yaowarat Road, the most lively street in Bangkok's Chinatown, one of the largest Chinatowns in the world and also one of the most authentic and unchanged spots in the city. The local guide will tell you interesting stories about the places we pass and about Bangkok in general. The tour starts with a trip on the Chao Phraya Express Boat to Wat Arun. After that we cross the river and continue by tuk-tuk. Guests get a simple street-food meal at the last stop in Chinatown. We recommend guests to eat something before start of the tour. This tour ends on Yaowarat Road in Chinatown. After the tour your host can assist with a taxi back to your hotel, or you can take the MRT (metro). NOTE: On Monday food-stalls are not allowed in Chinatown, so it is a bit less lively than other days of the week.
Monkey Temple & Ayutthaya Old City tour from Bangkok
Visit 2 cities in one day trip from Bangkok. During this tour we will visit some historical temples in Ayutthaya and visit the monkey-temple in Lopburi. Ayutthaya, a kingdom that existed from 1350 to 1767, is a fantastic destination for culture lovers. During these four centuries, the country grew into the nation of Siam (the former name of Thailand), which roughly occupied the territory of modern Thailand, with the exception of the Lanna kingdom in northern Thailand. The history-rich city of Lopburi has more to offer than just cheeky monkeys! Lopburi is one of Thailand’s oldest cities, being inhabited continuously since the Dvaravati era, that started 15 centuries ago. During the 10th century Lopburi became part of the Khmer empire. The Khmers built a number of impressive monuments, many of which still exist today. During the reign of King Narai the Great in the second half of the 17th century, Lopburi was made the second capital of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Join us on this full day tour from Bangkok and get deeply immersed in Thai culture!
  1. Airbnb
  2. 泰國
  3. Bangkok Region
  4. 曼谷
  5. 巴吞旺