Bangkok Highlights

Bangkok Highlights

Major Bangkok’s must-see can be done in one day!  

Visit the major historical attraction sites like locals  by hopping in and out of different types of public transportation. You will enjoy the beauty of the palace and temples architecture and also the scenery of buildings along the canals.  

Highlights: (Click on the names below for photo gallery)

  • The Grand Palace used to be a permanent king’s family residence from 1782-1901.  It is the most highlighted attraction in Bangkok.
  • Wat Pho is the oldest and biggest temple in Bangkok with the most beautiful reclining buddha image in Thailand.
  • Wat Arun is the major historical landmark on the Chao Phraya River with a huge and beautiful prang (stupa) that was decorated with broken pieces of porcelain. 
  • Wat Trimit houses the biggest golden Buddha image in the world, weighs 5.5 tons 19 karat solid gold.  The Buddha image was built in 1238 and was covered with cement in 1767.  We discovered the gold in 1953.

Dress Code for the Grand Palace:

  • No shorts, no tight pants, and no sleeveless shirt.  Pants the end slightly above the ankles is fine.  Shawls CAN NOT be used to cover your shoulders.  Skirts has to cover knees.

  • You might want to bring a hat.  Please wear comfortable walking shoes which can easily be slipped off.

  • In a rainy season (July-September) you might want to bring an umbrella or packable raincoat.

The Price bases on using public transportations


1 2 3 4 5 6

Price Per Pax


5,600 3,400 2,800 2,400 2,150 2,000
The Price bases on using a private mini van


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Price Per Pax


7,600 4,450 3,350 2,850 2,400 2,200 2,050 1,950 1,850


No. Pax 1000
Price Per person 1000
  • A friendly tour guide

  • A private long-tail boat ride

  • Liability and accident insurance

  • Bottled Water, Soft drink

  • All admission fees

  • Lunch

  • Gratuity for a guide & a driver


  • 08:00 am.
    Meet in the hotel lobby
  • 08:30
    Wat Trimit (Golden Buddha)
  • 09:15
    Walk at the flower market
  • 10:30
    Grand Palace & The Emerald Buddha Temple
  • 12:45
  • 13:45
    Take a long-tailed boat on canals
  • 14:00
    Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha)
  • 16:00
    Back to the hotel

*The itinerary is subjected to change depending on weather or traffic condition*.


  • Pary was an amazing tour guide - she was flexible, and tailored the day to our needs with 2 young children. We had a lot of fun - and the kids did also. If we ever go back to Bangkok and need a tour guide, we would definitely book her services again.

    By. Echo & Nathan