Whether this is your first time to Bangkok or you’ve been here before, the Cultural Trail is a perfect way to learn about the real Thai culture.
Take a Bangkok Private Tour and Get More Bang for Your Buck
Bangkok is the capital of Thailand with a population of over 11 million inhabitants, by far it the biggest city. Its high-rise buildings, traffic congestion, heat, and exclusive nightlife may give you the wrong impression don't let that mislead you. This city is awesome, so take a Bangkok Private Tour and get more bang for your buck.
It is one of Asia's most exciting cities with magnificent palaces and temples, authentic canals, markets and a vibrant nightlife with something for everyone.
For many years, it was a small trading post on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, until King Rama I, decided to turn it into the capital of Siam in 1782, after the burning of Ayutthaya by Burmese invaders but they did not take over Ayutthaya.
Since then, Bangkok has turned into a national treasure house and functions as Thailand's spiritual, cultural, political, commercial, educational and diplomatic centre.
Bangkok Sightseeing Tour Is a Unique Experience
Bangkok Thailand is a foodies dream destination; on a private Bangkok sightseeing tour you will be enjoying noodles or a local delicacy on the street with the sights and smells of this country, and nothing will ever taste the same again.
The mix of flavours and spices (salt and sweet) makes this a unique experience. While there are no pristine table clothes or waiters at the food stalls, the street food is the way to go in Bangkok.
The city is diverse in its food culture with many mixes of alternative foods and cultures, take a guided Bangkok Private Tour around this dynamic city and check it out.
Top 10 Things to See and Do in Bangkok Sightseeing Tours
Travel Tips for Bangkok
Every season in Bangkok sightseeing tours have a distinct amount of charm, and the city is at its best at any time of the year. The peak season is from November and March when the tourists visiting are particularly high. March April and May are hot hot hot so beware. December to February is regarded as the cold months and is the perfect time to do a guided tour of Bangkok on foot.
Accommodation in Bangkok can be found for next to nothing, but be warned that the absolute bottom end gets you a low standard. Places get better and better the more you can spend. The transportation and attractions cost very little as well; you can keep yourself entertained on a very low budget. And of course food is not only excellent in Bangkok, but it’s famously cheap as well with meals costing approximately US$1 and up.
Always travel by taxi at night but make sure the meter is on and take tuk-tuks during the day try to agree on a price first. Never talk about the King actually never even mention his name. On a Private Sightseeing Tour, you can visit temples, palaces or any places of worship always cover your elbows and knees as a sign of respect. Nothing is ever free or cheap if it seems too good to be true it is, trust your instincts.
Bangkok has a monsoon climate, so it is humid and hot, and usually remains that way all year around. March, April, and May are the hottest months so be prepared. December to February are the cold months, in the evening times, temperatures can drop below 20dc.
Join us on our full-day private guided Bangkok tour so you can enjoy all the main sights without having to worry about travel or time.
We suggest our full-day Bangkok temples sightseeing and top attractions of Bangkok to discover the best of the city of Bangkok Thailand.
Bangkok most popular culinary culture tour highlight offers five different eating locations and over twelve different samples of food and drink along the way.