Explore Bangkok in the company of expert local guides. Travel as the locals do - by tuk-tuk - through the back streets of the city to discover markets, temples, treasures and plenty of local cuisine. See the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, admire the view from the Golden Mount, mingle with flower sellers and shop up a storm at the Thieves Market. Then, saddle up for a cycling adventure through lesser-known Bangkok Noi. Visit spectacular Wat Arun, ride past the home of the King's barges and cross over the Memorial Bridge. From start to finish this three-day Bangkok stopover is sure to impress.
Day 1 Arrive Bangkok
Explore Thailand's capital and perhaps choose to take a luxury night cruise along the Chao Phraya River, passing by many of the city's most iconic sights.
Day 2 Bangkok City Tour
Board a tuk-tuk and set off on an adventure through the streets of Bangkok. Call by the Amulet Market, see the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, head into the heart of Little India with a visit to the Phahurat Market and shop for antiques at the Thieves Market. After a visit to the Golden Mount and a lazy lunch, head to Chinatown to visit the wealth of interesting stalls dotted around the quarter. When the sun sets, head to a night market where almost anything can be bought and sold. The final stop of the day is Pakklong Talad, Bangkok's largest wholesale flower and vegetable market.
Day 3 Bangkok Bike
Set off on a cycling adventure exploring some of Bangkok's treasures. Cross over the famed Rama VIII Bridge, pedal along the waterways of Bangkok Noi, ride past the King's royal barges and drop in to see the spectacular Wat Arun. Cycle back via the Memorial Bridge and see Wat Suthat and the giant swing, Sao Ching Cha, which is said to represent the God, Shiva.