Ganztagesausflüge in Bangkok
Combi City Temple & Klong
Besuche einige der wichtigsten Sehenswürdigkeiten Bangkoks und entdecke eine unbekannte Seite der thailändischen Hauptstadt. Erkunde Wat Po, auch bekannt als Thailands älteste "Universität" und Heimat des riesigen liegenden Buddha, einer der beeindruckendsten Buddha-Figuren in Thailand. Lerne auch den Großen Palast, der heute noch für Empfänge und königliche Zeremonien genutzt wird, kennen. Hier findest du auch den wichtigsten Tempel des Landes: Wat Phra Keow ist die Heimat des Smaragd-Buddha, des am meisten verehrten Buddha-Bildes von allen. Nach dem Mittagessen, das in einem lokalen Restaurant in der Nähe des Flusses serviert wird, steigst du in ein Longtail-Boot und machst dich auf den Weg, um eine andere und ruhige unerwartete Seite Bangkoks zu entdecken. In Thonburi, am Westufer des Chaophraya, wirst du dich nicht mehr wie in einer Metropole fühlen. Beobachte interessante Menschen, die am und mit dem Fluss leben, und du wirst schnell verstehen, warum Bangkok einst "Venedig des Ostens" genannt wurde. Auf dem Programm steht der Besuch einer der meistfotografierten Sehenswürdigkeiten der Stadt, Wat Arun.
Pick up time: approx. 08:30
Duration: 5.5 – 7 hrs depending on the hotel location and traffic situation.
Bangkok Walking Tour & Klong Bang Luang
If you think, it would be nice to explore Bangkok in a special way, we might just have the offer you are looking for. You will travel by public transport like skytrain and water-taxis, to explore the mighty Chao Phraya and the many canals (klongs) or you will simply take an easy walk.
First you will take the skytrain from your hotel to the "Saphan Taksin" pier or directly into the heart of Chinatown – it depends on where you are staying in Bangkok. You will pay a visit to the Chinese temple of Wat Leng Noei Yi and experience the colorful and lively area with all the merchants and street- vendors. Coffee or tea will be served in a Chinese coffee- house, that exactly looks like it did, decades ago, before you continue by bus to the Indian quarterNext you will stroll across the old iconic bridge Saphan Phut, from where you can see the life on the river below and some of the famous Bangkok sights in the distance. On the other side of the bridge lies Thonburi and the Portugese quarter, which has some hidden "gems" to offer. There is Wat Prayoot, which is lesser known than some of his "colleagues" but no less interesting and decorated with the UNESCO "Excellence Award". You will pay a visit to the 18th- century chapel of St. Cruz-Church and stroll through the old alleys, where you can taste exquisite homemade pasties.
You will then board a longtail– boat and continue with a klong tour which ends at Klong Bang Luang, a small artist- village. Take a walk along the stilt-houses, where art of all kinds is on display and offer. Except Wednesday & Fridays, you will be able to see a puppet- show.
You will return by boat to the pier and then back to the hotel. But before you go back, you should not miss out on feeding the fish in the klongs. It's said to bring you good luck!
Bangkok without traffic jam
The best way to explore Bangkok is "per pedes", by Skytrain and by boat on the River.
You will be picked up in the morning from your hotel and walk or take a taxi to the next Skytrain station.Continue to "Saphan Taksin"- station, which is located directly by the river.Proceed by public boat to Tha Chang Pier and walk the short distance to the Grand Palace, where you will visit Wat Phra Keow and the Emerald Buddha.Continue by Tuk Tuk to Wat Po, to see the giant Reclining Buddha.Last stop is China Town with the markets and the Leng Noi Yee temple before you return to your hotel by Skytrain or Metro.
Duration: 6-7 hrs depending on the hotel location and traffic situation.
The Folding Umbrella Market : Railway Market
Make today your "market- day!" You will be picked up in the morning from your hotel in Bangkok and transferred to Mahachai market. Take a stroll across the market and get a glimpse of the daily Thai- life, before heading for Samut Songkhram. Finally you reach the "Umbrella Market"– the market is located directly on the left and right side of the railway- track. When a train signals its approach by whisteling, the vendors fold away the roofs (hence the "umbrella"- reference) and wait patiently for the train to pass. When the train is through, roofs will be unfolded again and life continues.
From a good viewpoint by the tracks, you can see the train leave the station and watch the strange ballet of train and vendors. On the way back to Bangkok, pay a visit to the temple Wat Bang Kung, which appears almost like an jungle temple with it`s roots embracing the building.
Duration: 5-6 hrs depending on the hotel location and traffic situation.
Halbtagesausflüge in Bangkok
China Town & Flower Market
Discover bustling China Town and the Flower Market, which can best be explored in a day- or night- walking tour. You will come across street markets, street side restaurants, shop houses, gold shops, beautiful remnants of colonial style architecture and some interesting Chinese temples, such as Leng Noi Yee. China Town is also famous for many varieties of food and it turns into Bangkok`s biggest open air restaurant at night. Also visit the Flowermarket, close to Chinatown- the biggest flower market in the city.
Duration: 3.5-4 hrs depending on the hotel location and traffic situation.
Cycle Bangkok Jungle
"Bangkok" and "bicycle" are two words, which really do not fit together at first glance. But once you crossed the Chaopraya to a place known as Bang Kra Jao , you may find out, that they really can.
In a small group and under experienced guidance, you will ride through local communities, passing villages, schools and temples and a floating market (open only on weekends) and on quiet roads, where the hectic traffic-jammed metropolis seems a whole world away. You will also visit a 250 year old temple from the Ayutthaya- period. Experience Bangkok completely different from what you used to know and be part of a real eye-opener. Helmets, safe bicycles, water and an experienced guide will be provided- all you have to bring is a sense for adventure and a general fitness.
Pick up: approx 12.00 hrs
Duration: 4-4.5 hrs, depending on the location of the hotel and the traffic-situation
To discover the way Bangkok used to be, travel approximately 100 km outside of Bangkok to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.
Your trip starts with a scenic boat ride, passing wooden houses on stilts, temples and orchards- an excellent chance to see the life of the people by and with the water. As you enter the actual market -area, hundreds of colorful photo- opportunities are waiting for you. Don't miss out on tasting some of the delicious treats, vendors sell from boat to boat and to people on the walkways along the water, before returning to "modern" Bangkok.
Duration: 5 – 6 hrs. depending on the hotel location and traffic situation.
Pick up time: 7.00 – 7.30 hrs.
Streetfood in Chinatown
A culinary experience for beginners and advanced food-lovers. Pick- up from your hotel in the afternoon and transfer to the Old Siam, a traditional shopping- center with a whole floor dedicated to food. See the preparation of the food and try several dishes of dumplings, desserts and small snacks. Continue to Chinatown for a walk along the narrow streets filled with vendors and food- stalls. Taste various dishes and hear interesting stories about the food, history, culture and religion of Chinatown, before returning to your hotel in the evening.
Duration: 3 – 4 hrs depending on the hotel location and traffic situation.
Manohra Dinner Cruise
Experience Bangkok in the evening and the lights of the city, by cruising the Chao Phraya River aboard a beautifully restored rice barge. The "Manohra" is a 50 years old rice barge, that was restored for dining and cocktail cruises and can host up to 40 guests. An intimate experience is guaranteed.
Duration: 19.30 – 21.00 hrs
Siam Niramit Show & Dinner
Siam Niramit is a colorful spectacular, performed on the gigantic stage and listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. Featuring over 150 performers with as many as 500 costumes, special effects as well as real elephants, the Siam Niramit Show takes you on a journey through the myths, festivals and the history of Siam and Thailand. The venue also includes some exhibition- pieces like traditional Thai- houses and some of the performers will pose for nice photo- opportunities.
Duration: 18.00 – 22.00 hrs