Private tours from Bangkok city
Overview of our day tours that start and finish in central Bangkok. Meeting and end point is the lobby of your hotel. All our tours are guided by an experienced English speaking licensed guide. There will not be others joining, every tour is organized upon request and is exclusively for you.
Per person: ฿2,160 - ฿6,000
Duration: ~ 6 hoursRead More
By far our most popular tour – an unforgettable experience where you explore this beautiful city like a local on a private tour by various forms of local transport such as skytrain, water taxi, and the famous tuk tuks. You will see the colorful flower and vegetable market, the impressive reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, the famous Bangkok landmark on the bank of Chao Phraya river at Wat Arun, and a relaxing long-tailed boat ride through the canals of Bangkok. The tour includes freshly prepared Thai lunch. You can select to add one more item, such as a stroll down the streets of Chinatown, the famous Grand Palace with the emerald Buddha temple, massage at Wat Pho temple, or a visit to the Jim Thompson house.
Per person: ฿2,000 - ฿8,100
Duration: ~ 6 hoursRead More
An unforgettable experience where you explore this beautiful city in comfort by luxury minivan. This private tour will take you to the colorful flower and vegetable market, the impressive reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, the famous landmark of Bangkok on the bank of Chao Phraya river at Wat Arun, and a relaxing long-tailed boat ride through the canals of Bangkok. The tour also includes freshly prepared Thai lunch. You can select to add one more item, such as a stroll down the streets of Chinatown, the famous Grand Palace with the emerald Buddha temple, massage at Wat Pho temple, or a visit to the Jim Thompson house.
Per person: ฿1,980 - ฿4,400
Duration: ~ 7 hoursRead More
An alternative tour to explore bustling Bangkok the fun way. This private tour takes you to the city's largest fresh market where seafood is abundant. Next we visit the Jim Thompson House, a Traditional Thai style teak house in a lush green surrounding in the middle of Bangkok. Nearby we will take you to a rarely visited old silk factory that has been producing and selling silk products. Then, a vertical walk up the 344 steps of the Golden Mount to Wat Saket rewards you with a panoramic view of old Bangkok. After a delicious Thai lunch at a nice restaurant, the tour takes you to Wat Traimit to catch a glimpse of an impressive sitting gold Buddha. Our last stop is Chinatown where the streets are always interesting.
Per person: ฿1,630 - ฿6,700
Duration: ~ 6-7 hoursRead More
A great way to experience Thai farmers' way of life through local markets. A private tour from Bangkok to a unique “railway market” where sellers rush to fold the roof over their stalls and pack up their goods every time a train passes through. When possible we visit the traditional Tha Kha market, one of the hidden gems around Bangkok. This market opens once every 4-5 days depending on moon phases. Then, we visit the floating market in Damnoen Saduak, a daily market highly popular among tourists.
Per person: ฿1,970 - ฿7,900
Duration: ~ 9 hoursRead More
A private tour for travellers who want to see one of the highlights of Bangkok as well as local life in the nearby provinces. Experience the vibe at a bustling fresh market where sellers rush to fold their shades and pack up their goods to make way for the coming train at Railway Market. If possible we visit Tha Kha floating market, followed by a visit to Damnoen Saduak floating market. The tour includes an authentic Thai lunch at a local restaurant. You can select your preferred option for the afternoon, such as the country's most beautiful reclining Buddha image at Wat Pho, the famous Grand Palace with the Emerald Buddha temple, a stroll down the streets of Chinatown, or a visit to the Jim Thompson House.
Per person: ฿2,000 - ฿7,600
Duration: ~ 10 hoursRead More
A private tour from Bangkok for those interested in local life, markets, and nature. The tour starts with a trip to the famous Railway Market, if possible we visit Tha Kha floating market, followed by a visit to Damnoen Saduak floating market. The tour includes an authentic freshly cooked Thai lunch. The afternoon is dedicated to Tham Khao Bin – Ratchaburi's most beautiful cave with amazing formations of stalactite and stalagmite that separate the cave into eight rooms.
Per person: ฿2,060 - ฿8,200
Duration: ~ 8-9 hoursRead More
A journey back in time to the former capital which is now UNESCO's World Heritage site. This private tour from Bangkok will take you to a unique-looking Buddhist temple on a small island, followed by a long-tailed boat ride to Ayutthaya. The boat trip ends at Wat Phanan Choeng, an old temple with the largest sitting Buddha in the province. An authentic freshly cooked Thai lunch is followed by the trip to Ayutthaya Historical Park, UNESCO's World Heritage Site. Last but not least, we visit the magnificent Khmer style temple ruin, Wat Chai Wattanaram.
Per person: ฿2,180 - ฿8,500
Duration: ~ 12 hoursRead More
Visit Kanchanaburi's famous attractions on this private tour from Bangkok. Learn about the history during World War II at the Hellfire Pass museum, a walk through the pass is a moving experience. After a delicious Thai lunch, we visit Krasae cave with its wooden railway bridge where you have a nice view over the Kwai river. Then, we go to Kanchanaburi city where you can walk across the Bridge over the River Kwai and enjoy a boat ride on the Kwai river. Last stop is a visit to Don Rak War Cemetery to remember those who lost their lives during World War II during the construction of the 'Death railway'.
Per person: ฿2,250 - ฿8,300
Duration: ~ 12 hoursRead More
A refreshing one-day private tour from Bangkok to one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. Take a nice jungle walk up to the 7th level of Erawan Waterfall or stop for a swim in one of its 'swimming pools' with clean and clear water, and can enjoy a natural 'Fish spa'. A delicious Thai lunch at a local restaurant is included in the tour. Upon request, we can make a quick stop at the world famous Bridge of the River Kwai on the way back to Bangkok.