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Half-Day Tour to Royal Grand Palace and Bangkok Temples

  • Get your bearings in Bangkok's historic center while ticking off city highlights
  • Explore the city in a climate-controlled vehicle to cool off from city heat
  • Mix culture and history for a great introduction to Bangkok
Half-Day Tour to Royal Grand Palace and Bangkok Temples
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Morning departure from your hotel lobby at 8am with German speaking tour guide.
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Discover some of Bangkok’s top cultural sights on a half-day tour of the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Traimit. You’ll get a great overview of traditional Thai architecture from royal to religious, while beating the heat by traveling in a climate-controlled minivan. All entrance fees are included, along with convenient pickup and drop-off at Bangkok hotels.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at your hotel and then make the first stop of the day at the Grand Palace, a complex of buildings, courtyards, and temples that are still used by Thailand's royalty. Follow in the footsteps of Siamese kings and queens as you stroll through the funeral and coronation halls, and visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.

Just next door is Wat Pho, among the city’s oldest temples, where you’ll find more than 1,000 images of the Buddha surrounded by shrines and sacred trees. From there, continue to Wat Traimit temple, where a solid-gold Buddha, hidden for centuries beneath a plaster disguise, was rediscovered in the 1950s. After a morning of royal Siamese architecture and Buddhist temples, this tour concludes with return transfer to your departure point.
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1 - 5 of 8 reviews

Reviewed 5 March 2018
Great day

This was a great day our rep was pim she was brilliant very knowledgable on all aspects of the history overall it was an excellent day and pim made it special great time

2  Thank John T
Reviewed 4 March 2018
Steaming pile of humanity

First and foremost please let me warn you: WEAR A SHIRT WITH SLEEVES, a wrap over a tank will not be accepted. I had a sarong double wrapped over the top part of my body and the "guard" physically unwrapped my clothing and pulled me...More

1  Thank karrie S
Reviewed 8 February 2018
Excellent for what is on show , but well busy

The temples and grounds is a great tour , to see the historic and beautiful palaces/statues on show . my only gripe as many others will find is the mass of other tourists here to see the same thing. Taking in the spectacle of some...More

1  Thank mickknap
Reviewed 2 February 2018 via mobile

Prime absolutely destroyed, having visited the Grand Palace today for the first time in 7 years. Basically, some broad Spa as decided to close off everything except the Temple of the emerald Buddha, and the surrounding walls and murals. When I first went to the...More

Thank Nigel_Denning
Reviewed 9 January 2018
The Good the bad and the ugly

First the good. it was great to see all the sights in one visit and to be able to skip the queues especially for the Grand Palace and to get some information about the places you visit. The bad: The tour was rushed, not enough...More

Thank paulkay62
InnViaggiAsia, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at InnViaggi Asia, responded to this reviewResponded 11 January 2018

dear paulkay62, we are very sorry to listen the episode of the gem factory that is clearly not in our program, we will take appropriate action against the guide to avoid that similar and unpleasant incidents happen in the future. Thanks for the tip. InnViaggi_Asia

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Response from Nigel_Denning | Reviewed this property |
Depends how far away you are from the Palace, but with Bangkok traffic, typically an hour there, an 45 minutes in the Palace and an hour back. Half a day.