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WALK & EAT with ME

Talking + Walking + Eating + Learning : this's sightseeing tour in capital city of Thailand

Map-pin-grey Bangkok, Thailand

About Activity


1.Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center
A four-storey historical building, it was renovated to commemorate the 84th Royal Birthday Anniversary of King Bhumibol and to be the place for artists to exhibit their creativity and contemporary artworks.
2.Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall
The conceptual idea to express the exhibition of history, art, and culture is the key for visitors to feel and sense of its value. “Nitas Rattanakosin” conveys stories in many aspects of Rattanakosin era through exhibition rooms.
3.Democracy Monument
The focal point of the grand, European-style Boulevard, it was erected to commemorate Thailand’s momentous transformation from absolute to constitutional monarchy. It was designed by Thai architect Mew Aphaiwong and the relief sculptures were created by Italian Corrado Feroci.
4.Ratchanatdaramworawiharn Temple
This temple was built for Rama III (King Phranangklao) and its design is said to derive from metal temples built in India and Sri Lanka more than 2000 years ago. The temple is most remarkable which the 37 spires – representing the 37 virtues that lead to enlightenment – of the all-metal Loha Prasat (Metal Palace) are lit up like a medieval birthday cake.
5.The Giant Swing
The Giant Swing’s two towering red pillars and elaborately carved crossbar are unmistakable from afar. This is a new one crafted entirely from golden teak which replaced the original, dating from 1784. The construction of the new swing was a complex process of hand-carving, paint undercoating and coating by master craftsmen and involved numerous parties from civil engineers to the Forestry Department to Brahmin priests.
6.Su Thatsana Thep Wara RaRatchaworamahawihan Temple
Suthat Thepwararam Temple was built during the first three reigns of the Chakri Dynasty and took 40 years to complete. It is one of the four royal temples of the first class in Bangkok, and is directly patronized by the ruling monarch.
7.Rommaninat Park or Rommaninat Royal Garden
This Victorian-era green space was originally designed as a royal residence in the time of Rama IV. Today a wander through the garden reveals a Victorian gazebo, paths lined with frangipani and a moat around a marble monument built in honor of one of Rama V’s favorite wives, Queen Sunantha, who died in a boating accident
8.Khao San Road

09.00 a.m. : Meet at Meeting Point
→ Victory Monument
→ Subway (MRT) Pholyothin Station : Exit 4
10.00 a.m. : Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center
11.00 a.m. : Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall
11.45 a.m. : Democracy Monument
12.00 p.m. : Lunch at Baan Wan Gowit Restaurant
Would like to present The 'Khao Chae' Royal Thai Summer Dish which is “Rice in Jasmine-Scented Iced Water and Savory Accompaniments”
02.00 p.m. : Ratchanatdaramworawiharn Temple
03.00 p.m. : The Giant Swing
03.15 p.m. : Su Thatsana Thep Wara RaRatchaworamahawihan Temple
04.45 p.m. : Rommaninat Park or Rommaninat Royal Garden
05.30 p.m. : Khao San Road (the capital of backpacker and night life entertainment road)
Dinner (Rice porridge)
End of services

Saturday - Sunday

Meeting Point:
→Victory Monument
→ Subway (MRT) Pholyothin Station : Exit 4

Price Includes:
+Private qualified and experienced English speaking tour guide
+ 2 meals (Lunch & Dinner)
+ Admission fee of all places

Price Doesn't Include:
x insurance


: US$28 / Person
: Bangkok, Thailand
: 9 hours

Ask to Svetlana

About LocalHost

Hi guys ^^ I'm Svetlana (Светлана) or you can call Света.
I am tourism student.
would like to share experience and making new friends.
Love journey & take a pictures
Thai <> English- Russian(beginner level)- a little bit Spanish/French
And nice to meet you guys

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