Bangkok is the city that never sleeps...and never stops eating. The bustling Thai capital is all flashing lights, hopping shopping malls, glittering temples, and fantastic food waiting to be tasted. From the lively floating markets selling fragrant dishes and exotic wares, to the gilded Grand Palace, it’s no wonder Bangkok is one of the most sought-after Asian destinations in the world. With adventures around every corner, Bangkok is a treasure trove for the avid explorer.
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Embark on an intrepid journey from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi and learn all about the world-famous River Kwai Bridge and Death Railway. A day spent exploring incredible Kanchanaburi attractions is perfect for history buffs and nature-lovers alike, as this full-day outing takes you to various historical landmarks as well as breathtaking natural spots like Sai Yok Noi Waterfall.
Embrace the idyllic natural beauty of Kanchanaburi Province and savour an invigorating 2 days 1 night getaway at the remote paradise of Float House River Kwai. Spending time at a secluded floating resort only reachable by long-tail boat is the epitome of relaxation and one of the most unique things to do in Kanchanaburi. Adding to the overall experience is the iconic Kanchanaburi attractions to be explored, such as the famous River Kwai Bridge and many more. Explore Kanchanaburi in style!
This Amphawa Floating Market tour offers you a day of truly authentic Thai experiences away from the chaos of Bangkok. First, get your adrenaline pumping at the Maeklong Railway Market, where you’ll watch in awe as vendors race to pack up their stalls each time a train literally passes through the centre of this fresh market. Then, test your bargaining skills at Amphawa Floating Market while shopping for unique Thai souvenirs and sampling freshly grilled seafood. Finally, sit back, relax, and enjoy the light show from a traditional longtail boat as you drift through the water on an Amphawa fireflies night tour.
In the Amphawa Floating Market, it is not buildings and neon signs that light up the night. Here, fireflies glow brilliantly by the hundreds, illuminating the trees like living Christmas ornaments.
Thai cuisine is famous for its bold flavors, and this cooking class will reveal the secrets behind some of the country’s most beloved dishes.
North of Bangkok lies the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand and setting for the hugely popular Thai drama, Love Destiny. Experience the life of royalty as you stroll through the Bang Pa-In Royal Palace and its beautiful lake garden. After touring this summer palace, you will enjoy a delightful Thai lunch aboard a traditional rice barge cruise. Take in the views as you glide leisurely through the waters of the city’s rivers before making your way to the Ayutthaya Historical Park. Basking in the grandeur of incredible temples, such as Wat Mahathat and Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, you will wish you had another day of your Ayutthaya tour.
Bangkok at Night Thai Tuk Tuk Tour takes you on a tour of Bangkok's temples and markets. The night markets are buzzing with energy, and you'll feel caught up in the busy charm. Explore the stalls and try some local dishes. You'll also see the famous Wat Pho, which is lit up at nighttime and glows splendidly.
On this walking tour of Chinatown in Bangkok's most lively street markets, you will get a taste of scrumptious food and browse though stalls of funky knick-knacks and incredible handicrafts.
Bangkok Food Tour on a Thai Tuk Tuk - A Bangkok Night Foodie Adventure takes you on a thrilling ride through Bangkok. You'll stop at some fabulous eateries and get a lesson in bold, Thai flavours. Fresh coconut ice cream and squid soaked in green chilies are examples of some of the classically Thai dishes you'll get to try.
Escape to the farthest reaches of your imagination in Bangkok’s most zen lotus painting workshop. An authentic and relaxing experience, painting on leaves channels the traditional artistry of Thailand’s culture and provides an outlet for creating your own exquisite piece of art. Sustainability and freedom of expression are at the heart of this unique workshop, which uses locally sourced lotus materials and leaves painting a masterpiece up to each individual artist. It’s truly one of the most exceptional things to do in Bangkok.
The Grand Palace in Bangkok with Wat Phra Kaew, also called The Temple Of The Emerald Buddha, give an insight to the proud history of the Thai people. Take in the gilded monuments and be wowed by the talent that goes into crafting such detailed pieces of art.
Master Toddy’s Muay Thai Academy is not just your average Muay Thai gym – as the founder of the Muay Thai International Association (MTIA), having set up over 300 Muay Thai schools worldwide, training world-famous Muay Thai champions, and starring in a James Bond film, Master Toddy is one of the biggest names in Muay Thai training. Getting to train learn from the legend himself, or his hand-picked team, is one of the most epic things to do in Bangkok.