• 3 hours | Convenient & Easy | Private


  • 🍀Experiences:

    • Explore Chinatown Bangkok: Packed with market stalls, street-side restaurants and a dense concentration of gold shops, Chinatown is an experience not to miss 
    • Short ride on public bus
    • Visit Wat Mangkon Kamalawat Temple and enjoy the classic Chinese architectural style
    • Explore the Charoen Chai Community

    Yaowarat or China Town is well known as the best “foodie” street in Bangkok by night. Why not be different and explore it during the day?


    This expedition will support the Charoen Chai Conservation and Rehabilitation group to preserve their nearly century-old residence.


    • You will be meet your guide at the meeting point. The local guide will you lead to visit lively Chinatown Bangkok by Bus. Set off on foot to explore this historic area’s shops, temples, and markets.

    • Start by walking along the Song Wad Street, which is full of wholesale products/goods. Then go through ‘Sampeng market’, the first wholesale market in Bangkok.

    • Continue your walk cross Yao Wa Rat Street where it feels like the jewellery trade center. You will see the endless rows of gold, jewellery and accessory stores. Then we will walk through a small alley and arrive at the Chinese herbs market. Why you are here why not try an authentic herbal drink?

    • Then cross the first street of Bangkok, Charoen Krung Street to visit Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, the most important Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok. Here learn about the beliefs and faith of Thai-Chinese people.

    • Then we walk down a narrow alley off Bangkok’s oldest street and discover more about the Chinese community. The people of Charoen Chai Community have handcrafted traditional Chinese joss paper products for over a century. These include the shiny gold and red envelopes used for gift-giving during Chinese lunar new year, yellow flags and food trays that mark the annual vegetarian festival, and the elaborate paper offerings that grace traditional Chinese funerals.

    • Drop off at MRT Wat Mangkon Station.


    • English Speaking Guide

    • Drinking water and snacks

    • Bus fee

    • Entrance fee and activity as mentioned

    • Travel Insurance


    • 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. (avoid see-through, vests, sleeveless shirts, mini skirts/shorts).

  • Meeting point

    BTS National Stadium Station, exit 2 on the street level

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