Visit Golden Mount. You must conquer an exhausting 318 steps, but the views are worth it!
Visit Baan Bat or Monk’s Bowl Village. Learn about traditional bowl crafting technique
See the Giant Swing
Explore Buddha Street
Stop for local Thai refreshments
A walking tour that will explore Rattanakosin, also known as the Old Town of Bangkok.
This tour will begin at the top of the Golden Mount, where you will see a bird’s eye view of the city.
This view will show Bangkok as a dynamic city with attractions and shopping-malls.
Then we will show you the other side of the city.
We will guide you through the narrow streets where you will get to interact with the local people.
This expedition will encourage the visitor to be a Responsible Travelers. In the environmental aspect, we offer to use public transportation to reduce carbon emissions. In social impact, you will support the Baan Bat community to keep working in their way of cultural conservation.
At 9:00 AM, you will meet your guide at BTS National Stadium Station, exit 3. Then you will take a public boat to Wat Saket, popularly known as the Golden Mount.
Here you will see a Buddha relic, a 58-meter Chedi house, which welcomes worshippers all year round to see the birds-eye view of Bangkok.
Then you will continue to walk to Baan Bat or Monk's Bowl Village, the small village with an age-old tradition of crafting bowls from raw steel using only their hands and a hammer. Nowadays, less than five households continue to make a living by selling their craft.
Then we will walk to the Buddha Street, in the center of the old town. Here you can explore the shops and find all sorts of unique things.
The last stop will be at a local café where you can have some coffee, tea and a snack before returning to the meeting point by the local public boat around noon.
Public Transport Fee
Drinking water and cold towel
Entrance fee and activity as mentioned
English Speaking Guide
Any meals, transfers or tours that are not mentioned in the itinerary
Round trip transportation from your hostel/ hotel to the meeting point
Please dress up modestly, suitable for temple visiting and boat hopping. (avoid see-through, vests, sleeveless shirts, mini skirts/shorts).