Experience Bangkok´s incredible markets, one of the most popular attractions in the Golden Triangle.
Come discover the magnificent temples of the capital of Thailand, admire the Kingdom of Siam and get impressed by the stunning Golden Triangle. What are you waiting for?
Visit the main ruins of the city of Ayutthaya, the capital of the most powerful Kingdom of Siam and learn about the thousand year history as you take a tour around this destination.
Discover what to do in Bangkok with our guides in Spanish and enjoy the Free Walking Tour Bangkok.
The capital of Thailand is perhaps one of the few cities that retains more attractions on the outskirts of the city than in the center. Characterized for being the city that brings together all aspects of Thailand and for being named among its inhabitants as “the city of angels”, although abroad it is also known as “the Venice of the East”.
When they talk to you about this country, you usually imagine nature, which is why those who decide to spend their holidays in Thailand and go to Bangkok are surprised by the number of tall buildings, hotels and markets. These last floating ... yes, yes, you heard correctly, floating markets, that is, boats that are manned by the market clerk. This route includes the Vías del Tren, another market that is characterized by being millimeters from a train that runs through the country.
Another attraction of the city is the large number of Buddhist temples in the city, more than 400 that make it common to find monks walking around begging for alms in their popular attire. But perhaps the biggest attraction in the city is the Grand Royal Palace, located near the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Temple of the Dawn and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, which houses the famous figure with 46 meters long and 15 meters high.
After the aforementioned, the Ayutthaya Ruins complete the podium of "what to do in Bangkok" or "what to see in Bangkok", located 85 kilometers away, our excursions and free tours with local guide tour in Spanish will include you in their culture by entering the Monastery from Wat Mahatnat, which includes the Buddha's head embedded in the fig tree, in addition to various temples that will complete the aforementioned.
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