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Bangkok Private Tour Packages

Explore Hidden Bangkok by Bike Package
5 days Bangkok
From $ 699
9 reviews
2022 Songkran Carnival Package
5 days Bangkok - Pattaya
From $ 629
0 review
Simply Thailand Package
7 days Bangkok - Hua Hin
From $ 920
2 reviews
Bangkok & Island Escape Package
7 days Bangkok - Ayutthaya - Phuket
From $ 899
119 reviews
Bangkok Authentic Tour Package
5 days Bangkok - Ayutthaya
From $ 599
9 reviews
Thailand: Secrets around Bangkok Package
6 days Bangkok - Pattaya - Bangkok
From $ 799
6 reviews
Thailand Classic Culture & Food Tour Package
8 days Bangkok - Phuket
From $ 1559
23 reviews
People Also Ask About Bangkok Private Tours

When is the best time to go to Bangkok, Thailand?

The Thai summer season is from March to May, the hottest season of the year, followed by the rainy season from June to October, which is the rainiest season of the year, and then the cooler season from November to February, which is also the more comfortable time of the year.

If you are considering the temperature, come in winter, the temperature is more comfortable at this time; if you are considering the price, come in the off-season, there are fewer people at this time, and then the prices will be cheaper.

How many airports are there in Bangkok, Thailand?

There are two: 

Old Airport: Dong Man International Airport DMK

New airport: Suvarnabhumi International Airport BKK

What is the Top 10 Attractions in Bangkok?

--The Grand Palace

--Erawan Shrine

--Jade Buddha Temple

--Chao Phraya River

--Chatuchak Weekend Market

--Ayutthaya

--Floating Market

--Siam Ocean World

--Bangkok Asiatique Night Market Ferris Wheel

--Jim Thompson's House

What are the best attractions for kids in Bangkok?

Bangkok has many great places for families, such as Siam Ocean World in Siam Paragon; Siam Park City, which has a water park with the world's largest surfing pool; Dream World, which is known as Bangkok's local Disney and has many There are two parts: Safari World, which has a safari park and a marine park, where you can visit the life of wild animals by buggy and watch dolphin marine shows.

What are the best places to go for nightlife in Bangkok?

Khao San Road

Khao San Road is a famous nightlife neighborhood in Bangkok, a favorite place for European and American backpackers. The streets are crisscrossed with hotels and cheap hostels of all kinds, roadside stores, travel agents, currency exchange offices, restaurants, bars, cafes, massage parlors and local specialty stores.

You can get a glimpse of Bangkok life here. In fact, Khao San Road is just a 300-meter-long path, and it takes only about 15 minutes to walk through it.

Asiatique The Riverfront

As the largest night market in Asia, Asiatique The Riverfront has the longest straight road along the river as a pier in Thailand, and visitors can take a boat at Span Taksin in the evening, with boats running every half hour from 5pm every day to take visitors to the night market for free.

Unlike other night markets, its theme is closer to nostalgia and antiquity, with stores located in old warehouses, and a stroll through the night market is like being in a European town, with a very modest atmosphere. There is also a Ferris wheel in the night market, with the Ferris wheel can rise into the sky overlooking the night scene of the Mekong River.

What are the must-know items in Bangkok?

Voltage in Thailand: 220 volts.

Thai currency: Thai Baht.

The latest exchange rate between Thai Baht and US Dollar is $1 USD = 33.28 Baht

What are the must-know Thai customs and taboos?

1、Do not denigrate the royal family. Thais have great respect for the royal family, so visitors should also be careful to show respect for the King and Queen and the royal family members.

2、Women are not allowed to wear short skirts and sleeveless clothes when entering the temple, men must wear tops with collars and no flip-flops. Neither men nor women are allowed to show their shoulders.

3、greeting: the Thai greeting is to put hands together in front of the chest, and then politely nod and bow.

4、 Head and feet:  these two parts refer to the highest and lowest parts of a person's body. Thais taboo touching people's heads (including children), not even as a friendly gesture, and pointing a foot at someone or an object is considered extremely rude.

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