Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Private Tour: Bangkok Temples including reclining Buddha at Wat Pho. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
We are so amazed how big is the reclining budha. We took alot of pictures.
Very good value for money, we felt very spolit with our private car and tour guide. He was very helpful and showed us great places in bangkok along the way to the temples. The temples are BEAUTIFUL, i couldn't stop staring at the solid gold Buddha. I definately recommend to anyone visiting Bangkok! The only downside is that they take you to a jewellery factory (Without any notice) and basically try and make you buy something. It was a major tourist trap and it ruined a perfect day out! I still reccomend though, only for the temples. They are amazing.
This was our 1st trip to Bangkok so we did this tour too see the majority of temples. We did visit many temples on the day. the last stop is the Gem Factory which is not on the itinerary!
Once again, wonderful guide and very informative. Loved having the private tour so we could have time to wander around. I would always do a private tour as it can cater to our interests and if we wanted to spend more time in an area, we could.
Well worth doing, just the guide and the two of us. The day was really hot. The guide definitely knew his history.
This is worth seeing if you have the time, but not essential.
Our guide was excellent and gave us not only a tour but an insight into Thai culture. Our bonus was that there was only us two so we had the undivided attention of the guide.
We took the private tour and our guide had answers for everything. Plus, we had all the leg room we wanted!
The tour guide was very informative, and this tour was well worth doing.
The temples were very nice. This is a must-go place in Bangkok.
The tour was well organised and informative. The guide was knowledgeable but needed prompting. We could not understand why, but she wouldn't come with us into the temples, except the last one, so once in we were left without much commentary. The wats were worth seeing. We didn't feel rushed, and the guide allowed sufficient time for photos.