Pick-Up & Drop
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Trip Location: Bangkok
A run to the temple.
Thailand houses some of the most magnificent and beautiful architecture which are very old and have firmly held onto their age-old customs and traditions. The temples in Bangkok are a proper representation of Thailand's world famous culture and traditions. Also, these Buddha temples are so mesmerizing to look at, they will not only please your eyes but will also send a calm and relaxing feeling to your soul.
Come and visit these grand and historic temples, find your peace, explore the place or meditate, you can never get enough of this place as no matter how many times you look at these temples, you will look more and more as these temples do not only get more beautiful every other time you look but also provide more peace and a feeling of calmness to the soul.
- Pick up from your hotel
- Visit the three temples with an explanation from the tour guide.
- Begin with Wat Trimitr, where you will see the stunning statue of the Golden Buddha. Proceed to Wat Pho the Temple of the magnificent statue of Buddha in a reclining position before you head towards the temple with the perfect blend of Thai and European architecture - The Marble Temple.
- Drop-off at your hotel.
Pick up time- 7:30 AM to 8 AM
Pick Areas- Silom, Sathorn, Sukhumvit, Chinatown, and Khaosan Road
Note: Pick-up & Drop-off will be from and to your hotel.
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There are two different ticket options available. The first ticket includes 2 temples tour, and the second ticket includes 3 temples tour. When you look into the tentative itinerary for 2 temple tour: You will be visiting the Wat Trimitr, and the Gems Gallery. Here, you can witness the famous statue of the Golden Buddha, followed by The Marble Temple, which depicts a perfect blend of Thai and European architecture. In 3 temples tour: After picking you up, you will witness the Wat Trimitr, then to Wat Pho, and finally, the Reclining Buddha temple. Based on the budget and time availability, you can choose either one of the two options and have a pleasant temple tour in Bangkok.
Yes. The tour begins with Wat Traimit, which is officially called as Phra Phuttha Maha Suwana Patimakon. Located at the outskirts of Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, Wat Trimitr boasts the world’s largest golden statue of Buddha, measuring nearly five meters in height and weighing five and a half tons. Once you’ve picked up from the hotel, you will be heading directly towards the Wat Trimitr temple, which is one of the main attractions in this half day city temple tour Bangkok. Please make sure your arms and legs are fully-covered and not wearing any hats. The visitors will follow a strict dress code when it comes to temples in Thailand
After the successful booking of the tour, most tourists would reach the destination by hiring a cab or a rented bike. There are also other means of public transport available such as buses, sky trains, tuk-tuks, boats, etc. Based on your location, you can choose any one of the transport services and come to the starting point on time. For those who’ve opted for a transfer facility, they can get ready at their hotel lobby; the driver will pick them up and take them to the half day city temple tour safely.
Yes, of course. Wat Pho, also spelled as Wat Po, is a Buddhist temple complex located in the Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok. As per the schedule, once you’ve visited the Wat Trimitr, the next place is Wat Pho temple. Here, you can spot the magnificent statue of Buddha in reclining position before you enter into the temple. To your surprise, the compound has a host of superlatives: the city’s largest reclining Buddha, the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand as well as the country’s earliest centre for public education.
In this half day city temple tour Bangkok, you will be seeing the three distinctive temples of Thailand. Wat Trimitr – It is also called the Temple of the Golden Buddha. Here, the statue is sculpted in the graceful Sukhothai style, and the image was found out beneath a stucco/plaster exterior while digging by a crane. Wat Pho – Needless to say, the main attraction of the temple is the Reclining Buddha. It is 15 metres tall and 46 meters long. This is also an ideal place to get a traditional Thai massage, where it is often considered to be the leading school of the massage in Thailand. The Marble Temple – It is officially called Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram. Interestingly, one can witness the Bangkok’s ornate style of high gables, long and steep roofs, and wide finials.
A reclining Buddha is a statue that shows Buddha lying down and is a major iconographic and statutory pattern of Buddhism. According to the age-old facts, it represents the historical Buddha during his last illness, about to enter the parinirvana. The whole statue is a gold and crystal three-tiered pedestal topped with a gilded Buddha. It is made up of a gold-copper alloy, and above the statue, you can find a nine-tiered umbrella that represents Thailand’s authority. Apart from the temple and Thai massage, they also offer grilled food, coconut ice-cream, and freshly ripen fruits to the tourists. So, don't miss this energy-rich food and desserts.
Yes. They provide transport facility to the tourists on request. If you’ve opted for the pickup and drop service, you need to give your contact details and hotel address to the tour operator. The pickup time for 2 temple tour is at 12.00 pm, and for 3 temple tour, it is 7.30 am. You are recommended to wait at the hotel lobby 10 minutes before the pickup time, as it saves the driver’s time. Please note that the Khaosarn, Ratchada, River Side, Sukhumvit Soi 30 and beyond are not included in the shared tour.
As we know, Thailand is not only limited to white sandy beaches, resorts, and adventurous theme parks but also equally famous for historic monuments and magnificent temples. In this half day city temple tour, you are sure to spot some of the most visited temples like Wat Pho, Wat Trimitr, etc. By visiting the ancient temples, you can explore Thailand’s rich culture and heritage. It portrays its unique art form and the artist’s creative brilliance in every sculpture. Moreover, the tour gives you immense bliss and a sense of calmness which can’t be received anywhere else.
Yes. You will be visiting the Gems Gallery. As mentioned in the itinerary, after the Marble Temples, you will next visit the Gems Gallery. The most intriguing factor is the variety of materials and stones used in all styles, to satisfy all age-groups. The entire store collection includes precious stones of different sizes and values like emeralds, sapphires, rubies, diamonds, and many more. Gems Jewellery is the first jewellery factory/store in Thailand that has received international certification.
Yes, of course. There will be an English speaking guide accompanying you right from the beginning. Since this half day city temple tour carries a lot of insights and facts about Buddhist temples and other places, it is highly necessary to have an English speaking guide on board.
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