Wat Arun and National Museum of Royal Barges Tour

Cruising and enjoy Venice of the East through Bangkok Noi and Bangkok Yai canals on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River (the old capital of Thailand), also known as Venice of the East Visit the National Museum of Royal Barge where the country's most unique vessels are displayed. Make a stop at Wat Arun, one of Bangkok’s most historical landmarks since the 17th century. Witness the temple’s distinctive spires standing at over 70 metres high, beautifully encrusted with colorful porcelains.

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HD-03 WangLang cycling to see rare royal barge museum and riverside communities

This route begin with visiting landmarks and the highlight are Phra Saek kham temple, which is built in Chiangsean style in Lanna period. The next one is the royal Barge museum, this is the place to keep the royal barge which is very special and hard to see only show at the royal ceremony and special occasion. And the last one is the Temple of Down or Wat Arun, the big beautiful stupa alongside the Chao Phraya River famous among the tourists. There are a few places along the way to see like the beautiful temples and The King Taksin Shrine. All the way cycling will see wall graffiti and way of life of local community by a narrow and small lane. Who likes a little bit of adventure can't be missed

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Wat Arun and National Museum of Royal Bargues Charter Boat by Supatra

Enjoy Venice of the East, cruising through Bangkok Noi and Bangkok Yai canals on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River (the old capital of Thailand), also known as Venice of the East. Visit the National Museum of Royal Barge, and Wat Arun 

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Exploring Thonburi Canals

Travel by boat on the busy Chao Phraya River to observe traditional ways life and visit to the major landmarks - Royal Barge Museum and the Temple of Dawn.

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3 Hrs Talingchan Market and Bang Luang Canal Tour by Supatra Boat

Cruising 3 hours enjoy the stops at Royal barges Museum  and Artist House (Baan Silpapin, by Klong Bang Luang area, and spend time at Talingchan Canal Market for leisure.

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Bangkok Noi Canal: Beginner's Route Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap

This walk gives you an introductory look at the historic area surrounding the mouth of Bangkok Noi, one of the Thai capital's most important waterways. Starting at the Pinklao Bridge, we'll walk through the grounds of storied Thammasat University, home to one of Bangkok's darkest and most violent crackdowns, before crossing the Chao Phraya River on a noisy-yet-charming river ferry. Get your snack on at the well-known Wang Lang market before walking through the grounds of Siriaj Hospital, where you can check out the (in)famous forensics museum, one of Bangkok's strangest attractions. We'll then check out the Royal Barge Museum before walking through a neighborhood that has character and local charm in spades. We finish off with a visit to a beautiful but seldom-visited Ayutthaya-era temple. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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1-Hour Boat Charter Bangkok Noi Canal

Explore the Bangkok 's old town while on  a private water limousine 1-hour cruise along the legendary Chaophraya river and Bangkok Noi canal on Thonburi side from Tha Maharaj. Supatra offers a safe and comfortable cruise for your delightful trip. Enjoy the local scenery along the waterway like Tha Wang Lang , National Museum of Royal Barges, Baan Bu Community, Suwannaram Temple. Fish feeding at Chakpra canal before cruising to Tha Maharaj. Your river trip alos includes drinking water & refreshing towels. Perfect for a family or friends excursion.

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Private Bangkok's Highlights on a Long Tail Boat Tour with a Local

Grab a longtail boat in Bangkok and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city! Hop on a typical longtail boat with your knowledgeable local and see the best the city has to offer from a completely different perspective, from the water! This 3.5-hour private longtail boat tour full of unique highlights! Discover the stunning Wat Kalayanamitrv temple with a view to the Thonburi river. Fascinated by the beauty of this temple, your local experience continues to the National Museum of Royal Barges. Here you will enjoy one of the most beautiful ceremonies you will ever see floating in the river. Your next ride awaits! Move from the traditional riverside houses into a fun tuk-tuk ride to Wat Pho. See a spectacular first-grade royal monastery, which houses the famous Reclining Buddha. Hear the inspiring story about the Reclining Buddha from your knowledgeable local host and get ready for another tuk-tuk ride that will take you to a fascinating destination, a colorful flower market.

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⭐Legendary Long Tail Boat Tour (Private & All-Inclusive)

Our Legendary Long Tail Boat Tour will take you to the most beautiful spots along the Chao Phraya River all in one day. If you are looking for a day full of great photos, history, and culture, then this tour is for you! The morning will start at a meeting point where you will be greeted by one of our friendly, English speaking guides. From there your tour will begin. This full day tour will be fully packed with famous landmarks seen from a long tail boat on the Chao Phraya River, incredible Thai history, and much much more! = 11:00 AM – Meet at Salaam Chai MRT Station 11:15 AM – Arrive at the Long Tail Boat Dock 11:45 AM – Admire the beautiful Temple of Dawn From The River 12:30 PM – Explore the historic Royal Barges Museum 1:30 PM – Lunch time! 2:30 PM – Learn all about the world famous Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho 3:45 PM – Hop on a Tuk-Tuk and explore Wat Prayoon 5:00 PM – Arrive back at Salaam Chai MRT Station

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Best of Bangkok: Temples & Long-tail Boat Tour with Lunch

Complete Bangkok's main highlights in only 1 day by exploring the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha Temple, Wat Pho and Wat Arun. Savour some local street food for lunch and end the journey by riding a longtail boat in the canals and main Chao Phraya River. • Visit Bangkok’s must-see attractions within 1 day • Admire the beauty of the Reclining Buddha and learn the history of Wat Pho • See Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of Dawn • Try local Thai street food at Tha Tien Community • Explore Thonburi canal and Royal Barge Museum with a long tail boat

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