TWE 3: Bangkok Highlights Walking Tour with Thai John Lennon & His Team

(Explore The Most Highlights of Bangkok & Thonburi Canals)


10:00AM: Meet us at our meeting point (MRT Sanam Chai Station (Exit 3)

Wat Pho (The Temple of The Reclining Buddha) is one of the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok and still an important center for Traditional Thai Medicine and Traditional Thai Massages School

The Royal Grand Palace & The Royal Temple are the perfect introduction to Thailand’s Architecture, Culture and Tradition, You will visit the highlight attractions around this complex such as The Royal Temple (Wat Phra Kaew, The Temple of the Emerald Buddha), The Golden Chedi, Pantheon of the Chakri’s Kings, A miniature replica of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Coronation Throne Hall and Royal Reception Hall

Amulet Market (The Largest Amulet Market in Thailand)

Simply Thai Lunch (Included)

(Such as Fried Rice, Stir-Fried Chicken with Holy Basil and Noodles)


Canal Tour, Take a long tail boat along the bustling Chao Phraya River and quiet Klongs (canals) Passing picturesque scenes

of Thai River Life. By the river see Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn) is an important landmark located on the west bank of the

Chao Phraya River. The main shrine, decorated with glaze ornaments and ceramics, rises 67 meters towards the heavens. Built

during the beginning of King Taksin era, the magnificent temple reflects the glory of the Thai culture. The highest Prang in

Thailand symbolizing Hindu-Buddhist cosmology

Pak Klong Talad (Flowers & Vegetables Market), It is known mostly as a wholesale flower market serving everyone from

flower vendors to florists, but it also has a good selection of fresh vegetables, which are bought in the pre-dawn hours to be

transported to neighborhood markets around Bangkok for sale in the morning. Pak Klong Talad is the most important flowers &

Vegetables wholesale market in town

3:00PM: End of Bangkok Highlights Walking Tour at (MRT Sanam Chai Station)

Price : 2,000 Baht ($66) Per Person

*Minimum 2 Persons 

*The tour does not include any insurance


+ All inclusive tour

+ Private qualified and experienced English speaking tour guide

+ We provide some drinks & snacks and local foods for sample

+ 2 - 8 persons


Note: The Royal Grand Palace & The Royal Temple of the Emerald Buddha is Thailand's most sacred temple,

Thus the following Dress - Code (applicable to both ladies and gentlemen) will be strictly enforced:


These are recommended:

1. Recommend wearing shoes, which are comfortable for walking and are easy to be worn and taken off.

   - You need to take your shoes off before entering into some buildings BUT you don't need to take your socks off.

2. Recommend to make a copy of your passport & carry with you

3. Take your hat off & fold your umbrella before entering the building

4. Carry your sunglasses, sunscreen lotion and medical


Dress Code: These are allowed:

1. T-shirts are allowed

2. Long trousers, Pants, Jeans are allowed

   - Please prepare your short to change after the grand palace & the royal temple as you prefer

3. Sandals are allowed

4. Long skirts lower than your knees are allowed


Dress Code: These are not allowed:

1. Shorts, mini-skirts, short skirts, as well as tights cannot be worn as outer garments

2. It is not just only the knee-leveled ones. Quarter length trousers cannot be worn

3. Tight fitting trousers are not allowed

4. No hole in any part of jeans, skirts, pants and trousers should be seen.

5. See-through shirts and blouses cannot be worn

6. Sleeveless shirts or vests cannot be worn

7. All shirtsleeves, whether long or short, cannot be rolled up

8. Sweat shirts and sweat pants, windcheaters, pajamas and fisherman trousers cannot be worn

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