Recorrido por el Gran Palacio y Templo principal

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Bangkok, Tailandia
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4 horas (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés

Descripción general

Recorra el Gran Palacio de Bangkok y los templos principales en una visita guiada por la historia y el patrimonio de la ciudad. Usted explorará los estilos arquitectónicos y las tradiciones únicas de Tailandia en esta excursión de 4 horas, mientras disfruta de las elegantes proporciones del palacio ceremonial real y el rico patrimonio de los templos más importantes de Bangkok. Camina junto a los monjes mientras enciendes una vela junto al enorme Buda de oro en Wat Trai Mit, y escucha las campanas de oración mientras circulas las estupas en el magnífico Wat Pho.
  • Todas las entradas incluidas
  • Todos los impuestos, recargos por combustible y cargos por servicio incluidos.
  • Recorrido completo en autobús / autocar.
  • Recogida desde un punto de encuentro céntrico.

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Catherine K
, ago 2017

Oi was fantastic! She had so much knowledge on all the temples and purchased water and fresh towels for us throughout the day. The only thing we had an issue with was that the time show on our ticket was incorrect. We were told to meet in our hotel lobby at 1:30 PM and we got a call at 8:30 AM saying they were here to pick up us! It wasn't a big issue for us, we just had to get ready really quickly. Also, the tour was closer to 6 hours instead of the advertised 4 hours, but we learned a lot! I highly recommend this tour and if you have a chance to choose a tour guide, choose Oi!

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john1953collins
, mar 2017

Our first trip in Bangkok with a very early start , we only had about 4 hours sleep from flying very late the previous night.
A bit disappointing the trip did not pick us up from our hotel the Anantara especially when it was only our guide Ui and a driver. This caused us to have to take a taxi to the Sheraton which took about half an hour in morning traffic.
That said Ui was a fantastic guide and it truly was a personal tour . Not having been in Bangkok before the heat and crowds were quite daunting and we would have given up a lot earlier had we not had Ui to lead us through.
In addition this was an education , we were often asked questions on what we had been told . I think we passed the exam .
We did learn an awful lot about Thai culture and Bangkok in a morning . That is just what we were seeking and although tired at the end happy to soak in the hotel pool we had a very personal and enjoyable first Bangkok experience.

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Srikar S
, nov 2016

Private tour, Guide was very knowledgeable and accommodating. Grand Palace itself was a beauty in itself with endless temples, great architectural designs and more.

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bsy
, jul 2016

Guide was wonderful and pleasant, knew how to get us through the throng of people touring the sites, and shared a lot about the sites we visited. His English was not too clear but he readily repeated anything we didn't understand. The car and driver who accompanied him were great too.

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John S
, abr 2016

I thoroughly enjoyed the tour. The guide was informative and shared a good bit of information about local area.

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iredale
, mar 2016

Good tour of two of Bangkok's must-sees, and hotel pickup and drop-off well arranged. Saw all the highlights of the Grand Palace and Wat Pho, home to the reclining gold buddha. Take a hat and sunscreen as large parts of the palace compound tour are outside. Large crowds at the palace especially, but only to be expected!

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Tamsin J
, nov 2015

Didn't realise but it turned out we had a personal tour. Was expecting a load of people so great we had our fab tour guide Peter. English was great, he was so knowledgable. Private taxi delivered to the door of the temples. Brilliant. A must do in Bangkok.


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