Bangkok is a fascinating metropolis, whose visit is simply part of a Thailand holiday. Cultural highlights in Bangkok are the Royal Palace and Thailand's most important temple complex, Wat Phra Kaew.
But the diversity of the city offers much more. On the one hand, there are a number of very beautiful temples, each of which is a speciality in its own right. Examples are Wat Arun with its fascinating architecture and Wat Pho with its impressive giant golden Buddha. On the other hand, eventful markets await you, the Klongs with their old wooden houses, the notorious nightlife in relevant districts such as Patpong and noble Skybars.
Thanks to its central location, Bangkok also offers very nice excursions to the surrounding area. To the west is the province of Kanchanaburi with famous sights such as the floating markets of Amphawa and Damnoen Saduak, the River Kwai Bridge, the Death End Railway and the Erawan Waterfall.
To the north are the UNESCO world cultural heritage sites Ayutthaya, the former royal city of Siam and Sukhothai, which can also be described as the Angkor Wat of Thailand. A huge area with temples and the ruins of the former royal palace awaits you here.
Bangkok offers many possibilities for day trips, on which interesting and beautiful destinations can be combined in a varied way. With us you will not only visit the Royal Palace, the numerous temples, markets and Klongs.
On request we will also introduce you to the rites and customs of Buddhism and guide you through the nightlife of this never sleeping metropolis. Our guides take care to avoid the large crowds of tourists in the best possible way so that you can enjoy the sights in peace and quiet.
Royal Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Jim Thompson House, Flower Market, Longtail boat
trip through the Klongs of Bangkok
China Town, Golden Mount, Wat Pho, Flower Market, Longtail boat trip through the Klongs of Bangkok
In the west of Bangkok lies the province of Kanchanaburi with historical highlights such as the River Kwai Bridge and the Death End Railway. On the way there are some no less interesting and sometimes amusing sights like the floating markets of Amphawa and Damnoen Saduak or the crazy Train Market. Here the dealers lay out their goods all the way to the track bed, which have to be dismantled every time a train passes by. You will experience a unique spectacle. Trips to the world's highest Chedi and the Erawan Waterfall can also be integrated into the tours.
Train Market, Floating Market, Bridge over the Kwai River, Death End Railway
A visit to the former royal city of Siam is a must for all culturally interested. The extensive complex offers numerous temple sites such as Wat Prasrisanpet, Wat Mahathat and Wat Yai Chai Mongkol.
You will also take a boat trip around Ayutthaya Island, where you can relax and let the landscape pass you by.
Visit of the former royal city of Siam, temple with giant Buddha, Historical Park of Ayutthaya, boat trip
around the Ayutthaya Island
Even more spectacular than Ayutthaya is the temple complex of Sukhothai. In an extensive area are the remains of impressive temples and Buddha statues such as Wat Mahatat, Wat Si Chum and Wat Phra Phai Luang.
Unlike Ayutthaya, Sukhothai can only be visited from Bangkok as part of a multi-day tour.
Temple field of Ayutthaya, province Uthai Thani, boat tour on the Sakae Krang river, the most beautiful
Buddha picture in Thailand, temple field of Sukhothai