Book this private half day Bangkok city tour to immerse yourself in the cultural and historical heritage of Bangkok by exploring the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the temple of the Emerald Buddha, the option for Wat Pho and Amulet Market. Enjoy this tour with an experienced local tour guide.
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Following hotel pick up from Bangkok city area hotel at 9 am by English speaking guide start your private Bangkok half day city tour.
Your first stop will be Wat Pho. Wat Pho, or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is the most settled and greatest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. It is home to more Buddha pictures than some other Bangkok temple and it shields the greatest Buddha in Thailand.
You will keep on visiting The Grand Palace. The Grand Palace was a past living plan for King Rama I to King Rama V of the Rattanakosin Kingdom. Today, the place is used for encouraging magnificent administrations and regarding the ruler's guests, State guests, and other outside dignitaries. It is furthermore a place where remains of rulers and high-situated people from the majestic family were organized before incineration.
Continue getting a charge out of Wat Phra Kaew. The Wat Phra Kaew, generally called "the temple of the Emerald Buddha" arranged inside the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok is Thailand's most sanctified temple and a basic adventure site for Thai Buddhists. The temple esteems Thailand's most exceptionally loved Buddha image, the Emerald Buddha. The image is housed in the ubosot (appointment corridor), a to a great degree favor building worked in the midst of the second half of the eighteenth century consequent to King Rama I had set up Bangkok as the new capital of Siam. The dividers of the Rattanakosin style building are adorned with artworks.
Your next stop will be Amulet Market. A market offering ornaments and Buddha statues in Wat Ratchanadda offers considerably more than essentially religious knickknacks and pictures. Keepsake considerations join khon covers delicately made by hand. It is constantly a hive of activity with experts starting from all completed Thailand and consuming an expansive number of baht for a phenomenal prized special. There are an immense number of unique neckbands, Buddha's, statues, trimmings of Thai clerics priests and so forth starting from a few baht up to unlimited expenses. Every Amulet is one of a kind and brings a specific sort of luckiness.
Next you will visit Wat Arun. One of Bangkok's most prestigious purposes of premium and known from various postcards, the Wat Arun is best known for its immense prang, a zenith on the Chao Phra river bank worked in Khmer building style. The prang with its stature of more than 80 meters is the most vital in Thailand.
The Wat Arun, by and large known as "the Temple of Dawn", is one of only six temples of the most raised survey of the five star Royal Temples, and in this manner one of Thailand's most regarded temples.
Finally, it’s time to return. You will be dropped off at your Bangkok City hotel safely at approximately 2pm.