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Bangkok is a mesmerizing blend of old and new, East and West, and dizzying contradictions. Temples and nightlife, canals and gridlock, street-side vendors and upscale restaurants, all exist side by side

Under the shadow of the Bangkok’s skyscrapers you’ll find a heady mix of chaos and refinement, of frenetic markets, snail’s-pace traffic jams and hushed golden temples, of high-end rooftop bars and early-morning alms-giving ceremonies. A first-time visitor to Bangkok will be blown away by the sights, sounds and smells bursting from the city. Return travellers come back to stay in the capital for that very same reason.

Read more about some of our privately-guided experiences in Bangkok.We can tailor and refine to suit your interests or for a family-orientated trip

A visitor admiring the Golden Chedi at the Grand Palace, Bangkok during a private, guided day tour of Bangkok tour .


Full day

Experience the best of Bangkok in one day using a variety of transport options including the BTS, tuk-tuks, canal and riverboats as well as on foot. This trip is a great introduction to the city with your knowledgable local guide beside you. Discover the rich history, traditions, and local way of life that make Bangkok such a unique and fascinating destination. Erawan Shrine, Wat Saket, also known as the Golden Mount, Wat Pho and Chinatown. Along the way discovering small markets, indulging in the city's  famous street food culture and finishing the day at a jaw-dropping rooftop bar.

Cyclists admiring a local temple during a private, night bike tour of Bangkok.



 See Bangkok in a different light as we discover some of the city's lesser-known neighbourhoods, bustling street food centres, local temples and hidden bars. We explore illuminated Chinatown with traditional Chinese street lanterns mixed with neon shop signs, visit the famous flower market then head along the Chao Phraya river towards Rattanakosin Island, passing vessels traversing the night waters and views of the Memorial Bridge, the Grand Palace, and city skyline. We also cross the river to visit local areas of Thonburi. 

Macaque monkeys at a mangrove reserve, Samut Songkhram, Thailand.


Full day

Embark on day trip of a different kind, leaving the city behind for slow life journey to Samut Songkhram province. We visit one of the largest fresh seafood markets in Thailand and see Thailand’s slowest train pass through the Maeklong Train Market as vendors remove their goods from the track. We then head for the coast and a local fishing community. Take a boat tour through the mangroves to see the swimming macaques followed by the best seafood lunch. Plant mangroves to help local reforestation, collect cockle, learn about aquaculture and try local fisherman-style wakeboarding.

The historic Santa Cruz Church in the Thonburi District of Bangkok


Full day

Discover the historic Thonburi, Bangkok Yai and Noi neighbourhoods, former capital of Siam and the foundation of the city's early development where a mix of Chinese, Muslim and Portuguese influences blend with Thai communities. We begin at the bustling and vibrant Pak Klong Talad flower market, then cross the river to Wat Prayurawongsawat and the Santa Cruz Church. We make our way to Baan Kudichin Museum then Wat Kalayanamit, home to a giant seated Buddha. Board a longtail boat to Poomjai Garden and after lunch, learn the art of creating traditional Thai deserts such as Khanom Kho and Khanom Sai Sai.

Art and sculptures at the Jim Thompson House Museum in Bangkok


Half day

We head to Wat Saket, the Golden Mount with it's gleaming gold chedi perched on the hill. Climb the 300 steps that encircle the chedi up to the top. Learn about the temple's importance from your knowledgeab guide and admire the architecture and views over Bangkok. We then visit the Jim Thompson House Museum, the teak residence and Asian art collection of the late "Thai Silk King”, who helped revitalize the Thai silk industry before his mysterious disappearance in 1967. Continue to the Baan Krua Thai Silk Weaving Community where silk is loomed the traditional way it has been for centuries.

Read about some of our favourite Bangkok hotels.

Two hotel guests lounging beside the pool at the 5-star luxury Sukhothai Hotel in Bangkoks Sathorn District.


Located in Sathorn, just steps away from Bangkok’s business and entertainment districtsInspired by the ancient capital of Sukhothai, rooms blend traditional details with contemporary flair, with polished teak the Thai silks. 210 rooms and suites around a central garden and lotus pond.  Suites in the Club Wing come wtih added benefits. Spa Botanica, fully equipped gym and swimming pool. Top class dining options at Celadon and La Scala.

The luxury 5- star The Siam Hotel in Bangkok


The Siam is a luxury boutique hotel situated riverside in the cultural Dusit district. The hotel is designed by guru Bill Bensley and inspired by all things Art Deco - no two of the 39 suites or pool villas are alike. A highlight is river-gazing infinity pool with casual bar and terrace. Hotel restaurants are the Thai eatery Chon and Art Deco-inspired Deco Bar & Bistro located within teak houses.

The luxury 5-star Hotel Indigo Wireless Road in Bangkok with rooftop infintiy pool, restaurant and bar


A boutique-syle, 5-star hotel located on Wireless Road, within walking distance to Lumphini Park and the BTS, restaurants and high-end shopping in Sukhumvit. The rooms are creatively designed and the infinity-edge swimming pool on the 24th floor offers stunning city views. Thai cuisine at Metro on Wireless and international options at CHAR Restaurant & Rooftop Bar.

The iconic luxury 5-star Mandarin Oriental Bangkok on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok


With a 140-year history, the riverside Mandarin Oriental is a luxury hotel that embodies the life and times of Bangkok in way like no other. A range of rooms and suites with Thai and Colonial stylings, hardwood floors and overhanging balconies. Two pools, The Oriental Spa and fitness centre with yoga andThai boxing.There are eight restaurants, including Le Normandie for exquisite French cuisine and Sala Rim Naam with Thai Cuisine. The Bamboo Bar for signature cocktatils and a classic Colonial atmosphere.

Ariyasom Villa in Bangkok


Ariyasom Villa is a boutique heritage hotel set in a leafy garden in downtown Bangkok. The hotel is family owned and managed with 24 rooms and suites with heritage funishings and Thai-style asthetics. Facilies include an outdoor, pool and fitness centre wtih Na Aroom Restaurant serving vegetarian food.

The stunnding luxury 5-star Siam Kempinski Hotel in Bangkok with outdoor pool


Located in the shopping and entertainment district of downtown Bangkok, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok hides behind Siam Paragon but manages to carve out a peaceful oasis vibe .The stylish 401 rooms and suites have a modern Thai look. Hotel features include Kempinski The Spa on the 7th floor, a fitness cente and sauna. Dining options, include Brasserie Europa and the renowned Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin for Thai cuisine.

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