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Best Free Tours in Bangkok
Bangkok is the capital of Thailand, a populated, lively country in Southeast Asia. Every year, thousands and millions of tourists from all over the world rush to Bangkok to enjoy the beauty of this bustling and sometimes chaotic capital. And one of the best ways to start off your trip is with Free Walking tours in Bangkok. Take a Free Tour of Old Bangkok to see the main monuments and landmarks of the city and learn about the establishment of the capital in the 18th century with a local guide. In a Market Tour in Bangkok, you will visit some of the best fresh markets in the city, and you can even prolong your trip with a visit to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and the Railway Market. In a Free Bangkok City Tour by night, you will be guided to some of the most famous street foods, karaoke bars and pubs in the city.
Highlights of a Free Tour in Bangkok
Bangkok is a special city with unique attractions and architecture. Joining Free Tours in Bangkok you will be able to see the dazzling Grand Palace, as well as the Temple of Golden Buddha, the Baiyoke Sky Tower, the revered Reclining Buddha in the stunning Wat Pho temple, the Erawan Museum and the massive Asian art collection at Jim Thompson House Museum. Of course, you cannot leave the city without spending some time shopping for silk, perfumes and many other items in Chinatown, a neighborhood with some of the best cultural, culinary and photographable hotspots in town. If you visit on a weekend, you must travel to the north of the city to experience the amazing Chatuchak Weekend Market, the biggest in Asia. For a different experience, go to the renowned Khao San Road to find the heart of hippy Bangkok and find some of the best food street stalls in town.
Things to Do in Bangkok
With more than 8 million people living in the city, the rushing, crowded and exciting vibe of Bangkok does not lose to any other big cities in the world. The city never sleeps. You can find something to do all day here, whether it is waking up to the early sunlight with a Thai style breakfast, joining a Bangkok Free Walking Tour, or wandering late at night on the street looking for a fun night club. In particular, all foodies should go to Talad Phlu street and the Thonburi area to taste the most authentic delicacies of Thai gastronomy. By night, you can take a sightseeing cruise along Chao Phraya River and have dinner while the sun sets over Bangkok. For a more authentic view of local life, venture into the city’s network of klongs (canals) with a local sailor in a smaller boat, or go to Pak Klong Talad, Bangkok’s largest flower market, open 24 hours a day!