Top Bangkok tours to experience in 2018

Given that Bangkok is one of the most bustling cities in Southeast Asia, there is always a reason or excuse to visit the capital city of Thailand. No matter what you are looking for, there will be something for you, and this is why Krung Thep Maha Nakhon (the City of Angels) is regarded as one of the most important cities in the region. In fact, you may find the hardest part of a Bangkok vacation is deciding the best tours in Thailand with what to see and what to miss out.

If you are still not sure about the best choices to visit the City of Angels, here are our recommendations on Bangkok best tours. Make sure to have them on your itineraries!

FULL DAY EXCURSION OF BANGKOK – price from $69 – 1 day to discover the heart and soul of Thailand


Wat Pho - Temple of the Reclining Buddha

Wat Pho – Temple of the Reclining Buddha

No one can fail to be excited by Bangkok’s amazing attractions. Examine one of Thailand’s most precious treasures at the always crowded Wat Po (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) – which is home to the giant 160-feet long and 49.2-feet high Reclining Buddha and a perfect place to make your offerings for your wish to be granted or come face-to-face with the hidden corners and lovely colorful jedis. Have a memorable time discovering the bustling lanes of Yaowarat – Bangkok’s beautiful China Town, which are full of sights, sounds, and smells, traditional products and Chinese temples and bustling with gold shops, food stalls, and an after dark a sea of neon lights.

You could also soak up the history of the City Pillar on Ratchanakosin Island where Bangkok was founded. Or cross the river to Wat Arun – the Temple of Dawn – home to one of the most recognizable and memorable landmarks of Bangkok’s skyline and discover a local community in wooden houses around the Mahakan fort. At the end of your full day tour in Bangkok, climb up into sky on a good stop for temple lovers – the Golden Mountain Wat Saket, which is crowned with an impressive 190-feet golden stupa to see Bangkok and its jaw-dropping sunset from above.

7D-6N CLASSIC BANGKOK – price from $765 – 2 days full of beautiful memories in Bangkok


Wat Arun – the Temple of Dawn

Wat Arun – the Temple of Dawn

From its appealing historical sites like the Wat Po (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), the gilded Grand Palace complex, the Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), Wat Saket (the Golden Mountain), Chao Phraya River, and the towering Peninsula Bangkok to its modern tourist sites including the Siam Square, Nana train station, the well known Patpong-night bazaar, and the canals and alleys filled with friendly street food vendors – Bangkok is one of the most vibrant cities in the world, where Buddhist exposures, vibrant colors, busy city life, and authentic shopping are all immersed together. We cannot blame 32.6 million overnight travelers for spending 1.64 trillion baht ($45.9 billion) here in 2016 alone.

An amazing city with a vibrant atmosphere and a lot of amazing things to do and places to visit, this City of Angels is the place to be if you want to have an epic travel in Southeast Asia. Why do you still hesitate to discover the highlight of the Thai capital in 2 leisurely days? Join with us and learn more about this amazing capital city and the Thai people living here!

BANGKOK FOODIE TOUR – a must for food connoisseurs


Top dishes to eat in Bangkok

Top dishes to eat in Bangkok

Bangkok is the most popular city in the world in two years in a row (2016 and 2017), not only for its appealing mix of historical sites and modern hot spots but also for its countless dining options. If you travel the world for food or your travel plans are mainly revolve around food, you will get excited to find them everywhere while calmly finding your way from highlight to highlights.

In most parts of the world, Tom Yum Goong – Thai symbolic dish is the most commonly featured Thai dish on a menu. However, there is a lot more of Thai authentic cuisine to sample in Bangkok. Gang Som Pak Ruam (Thai sweet and sour vegetable soup), Gang Keow Wan (Thai green curry), Panang Gai (Thai chicken curry), Gang Massaman, Gai Pad Pongali (Thai yellow egg curry), Sang Ka Ya (Thai Coconut Custard), etc. to name a few.

If you have got a short time in Bangkok, spend it all in the Sukhumvit Soi 38 or Yaowarat road – which is packed with market stalls and street-side restaurants. There is nothing more interesting than discovering exciting new flavors while exploring the capital city! Let’s go on a Bangkok tour with an empty stomach!

Whether you are traveling with tight budgets for regular trips away or you are just interested in temple hopping, there is at least one tour in Indochina you need to make, and that is to Thailand’s capital city. A diverse, exhilarating, unique, and exciting city with some of the best sights, attractions, activities, and eateries in the Land of Smiles, there is no city on earth quite as energetic or caffeinated as Bangkok.


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