Full-Day Tour In Bangkok By Public Transports & Walking

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Full-Day Tour In Bangkok By Public Transports & Walking

This tour typically takes around eight to 12 hours. It is suitable for a visit to two or three cultural neighbourhoods within Bangkok. Please see “Bangkok Excursions” under “Trips & Destinations” for ideas. The tour can start any time of the day, but the best is early in the morning when the temperature is still comfortable (particularly during Thailand’s hottest season in March, April and May). Included in the price of this tour is two meals (lunch and dinner) at a local eatery that serves authentic Thai favourites frequented by neighbourhood clientele.

The means of travel is by public transports (BTS Skytrain / MRT subway systems, public buses, canal/river ferries, taxis) and walking (in fact, quite a bit of walking*). I most prefer this means of traversing through Bangkok’s inner city because it is a great way to avoid this city’s notorious traffic congestions. However, the tour can reach only the areas that are serviced by the public transport systems which means the inner-city areas of Bangkok and some nearby provinces (such as Samut Prakan and Nonthaburi). Another limitation is the maximum number of guests I can manage -- four is the maximum number of people that would fit in a taxi (should we need to take one).

*Note: This tour involves a fair bit of walking and so is not recommended for those who are physically challenged


Duration of tour:

  • Approximately 10 to 12 hours

Maximum no. of guests:

  • Four persons (no counting children eight years old or under)

Means of Travel:

  • Public transportation, walking and taxis (when necessary)


  • THB 3,500 per adult guest
  • 50% discount for accompanying youths who are nine to 17 years old
  • No charge for accompanying children eight years old or under


  • One licensed tour guide who is fluent in English and well-versed in Thailand's culture and history
  • All public transport fares, e.g. taxi, BTS, MRT, public buses, Chao Phraya River Express, etc. 
  • Bottled water and soft drinks
  • Two meals (lunch and dinner)
  • Wi-Fi Hot Spot Service (4G)
  • Accident insurance


  • Entrance fees to attractions (if any)
  • Additional vehicular rental(s)/charter(s) and all associated costs (if any), e.g. longtail boat and tuk-tuk
  • Alcohol beverages
  • Gratuities for the tour guide