BKK999 – Royal Grand Palace and Landmarks - 1 Day

BKK999 – Royal Grand Palace and Landmarks

Sa-wad-dee-ka!  Welcome to the city of angles, Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand.

Please choose option of your prefer transportation. All basically trips are included English speaking tour guide.

  • Option 1 – Transportation by private air conditioning car/van
  • Option 2 – Transportation by public boat in Chao Praya river


By Chao Phraya Tourist Boat from Sathorn Pier to Tha Maharaj Pier, the boat is allowing passengers to enjoy a 360-degree view of Chao Phraya River. This model is convenient, safe, eco-friendly, and has a no-wake feature. For your convenience, toilets are on board. Wi-fi is available. Never miss a stop with our sound system clearly announcing the names of the piers and information about the locations. This Public Address System (PA) uses two languages: Thai and English. For safety measures, there is a CCTV security system on board. Each wide seat also comes with a flotation device so you can feel comfortable and safe. Before get off to the first stop at Grand Palace, you will see Wat Arunratchawararam Ratchaworamahawihan or the Temple of Dawn has the Thailand’s tallest prang, a Thai architectural tower built with influence of Khmer architectural style.

“Royal Grand Palace”, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand. It is located in the old Rattanakosin area of Bangkok on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River. The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok. It has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam or Thailand since 1782. The Grand Palace is still used for official events. Several royal ceremonies and state functions are held within the walls of the palace every year. It is currently partially open to the public as a museum, but it remains a working palace, with several royal offices still situated inside. read more

One of the most magnificent temples in Thailand known to the local as Wat Phra Kaew meaning “the temple of the Emerald Buddha”. The temple is located on the outer royal court of the Royal Grand Palace. It is Thailand’s most sacred temple because it is the location of Emerald Buddha, the most highly venerated Buddha image in Thailand. The Ramayana, or locally known as ‘Ramakien’, mural found inside the temple is not only the world’s longest painting, but it is also the world’s longest form of comic book art, better known as sequential art to comic book art historians. (Alex, 2018)

Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles, perhaps the newest museum opening in Bangkok, SUPPORT Foundation under the Royal Patronage of Queen Sirikit has renovated the European-classic Ratsadakorn Bhibhathana building to showcases exhibitions telling the story of how Her Majesty Queen Sirikit has helped turn Thai silk from local handicraft into a symbol of Thailand. Highlights are HM Queen Sirikit’s personal collection of dresses designed and tailored from Thai textiles by international and local designers. read more

Before lunch, observe professional chefs preparing and cooking famous Thai tradition recipes. Enjoy Royal Thai Cuisine at the former palace of Rattanakosin era. Kaew Jao Jom Restaurant is located in the precinct of Suan Suandha University. The peaceful atomosphere is coversed with the shade of long-history garden park since the place, the Royal Compound of King Rama V. (video clip from 1.20 min)

After that, will also see a performance of the “Khon” Thai traditional dance in honour of it being listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The Khon Masked Dance-Drama in Thailand is showed at Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre where was originally a movie theatre in Bangkok, Thailand built in Modernist style on Charoengkrung Road from 3 July 1933. (Only for trip on weekday, the performance runs on 10:30, 13:00, 14:30, 16:00 and 17:30 hours.)

Wat Pho means the monastery of the Bodhi tree. This is the extraordinary temple dedicated to King Rama I where the cinerary remains are enshrined. Wat Pho is also classified as one of the six First Class Royal temples in Thailand. It is one of the largest and oldest temples in Bangkok with an area of 22 acres and is home to more than one thousand Buddha images. It is considered the earliest centre for public education in Thailand, and the marble illustrations and inscriptions placed in the temple for public instructions has been recognized by UNESCO in its Memory of the World Program. It also houses a school of Thai medicine, and is also known as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage which is still taught and practiced at the temple. Wat Pho is not only the largest temple in Bangkok, but also where one of the most beautiful Reclining Buddha is enshrined.

  1. Chao Praya River
  2. Temple of the Emerald Buddha
  3. Royal Grand Palace
  4. Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles
  5. Lunch at Palace of Royal Thai Cuisine
  6. Traditional Khon Performance
  7. Temple of Reclining Buddha
  8. Thai massage for an hour in Wat Pho Temple


Dress Code
Please do not dress this way when entering a Temple or place of worship. There are strict with dress code so be prepared! So if you are not sure then make sure.

  • No sleeveless shirts
  • No vests
  • No short top
  • No see through tops
  • No short hot pants or short pants
  • No torn pants
  • No tight pants
  • No bike pants
  • No mini skirts

Opening Hours of Grand Palace
Daily from 8:30 AM - 3.30 PM

Day 1
Meeting Point

On your set schedule, meet your local tour guide at the hotel lobby or meeting point. Start trip by going to Sathorn Pier by BTS Skytrain.

Note: Children aged 1 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult. Children over 3 feet and 11 inches (120 cm) are charged as adults. Children aged 11 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Day 2
Sightseeing Tourist Boat in Chao Praya River

Take a Bangkok Sightseeing Tourist Boat (large, comfortable and safety) along the Chao Phraya River. Admire Bangkok’s historical landmark with various nationalities of architecture e.g. French, Portuguese, Chinese, Indian, Thai - especially the highest Prang Stupas at Temple of Dawn.

Day 3
Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew, the most revered Buddhist image in Thailand, and hear about its mysterious origins.

Day 4
Royal Grand Palace

The Grand Palace of Bangkok is a grand old dame indeed, that continues to have visitors in awe with its beautiful architecture and intricate detail, all of which is a proud salute to the creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people.

Day 5
Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

After that, visit "A Royal Treasure: The Javanese Batik Collection of King Chulalongkorn of Siam" at Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles.

Day 6
Thai tradition recipes

Before lunch, observe professional chefs preparing and cooking famous Thai tradition recipes. Enjoy Royal Thai Cuisine at the former palace of Rattanakosin era.

Day 7
Sightseeing inside Rattanakosin Island

Then travel through the Equestrian Statue of King Chulalongkorn, the Marble Temple, Temple of the Golden Mountain, Loha Prasart, Giant Swing and Wat Sutant Temple.

Day 8
Traditional Khon Performance

With trip on weekday, the tour then continues to attend the traditional Khon performance, Thai masked dance, at Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre which runs on 10:30, 13:00, 14:30, 16:00 and 17:30 hours.

Day 9
Temple of Reclining Buddha

Make a pilgrimage to Giant Reclining Buddha which on the sole of the foot, inlaid in mother of pearl, is the auspicious number 108. Moreover, you can enjoy the beautiful Buddhist fine arts and the existing Thai intellect which has descended from ancient times, taken as immortal careers knowledge, e.g., School of Traditional Medicine and Massage, the first centre of public education and etc.

Furthermore, relax for an hour with originally Thai massage in School of Traditional Medicine and Massage before leaving the temple.

Day 10
End of Trip

Head back to your hotel (Bangkok City). The last trip, we might take a Thai market sightseeing tour, e.g., Ban-mor (electronic devices), Phahurat (fabrics), Sampheng (gift-shops), Pak Klong Talad (flowers) and Chinatown markets.


  • Lunch in recommended Thai restaurant
  • Entrance fees for mentioned visits
  • A qualified and licensed English-speaking tour guide
  • An experienced and English-speaking driver
  • Roundtrip transport to and from most central Bangkok hotels by private and tourist vehicle
  • Gas, toll fees and parking lot fees
  • Travel insurance (bodily injury and life insurance under provision max. 1 million Thai baht)
  • Bottled water in private vehicle


  • Accommodation & meals
  • Tips for tour guide and driver
  • Other services than mentioned

Name: Cee - Wandee A.
Thailand's tourist guide license no. 11-77826
Hometown: Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Language: English (communicate), Thai (fluent), Vietnamese (learner), Japanese (learner), Dzongkha (learner)
Biography: My name means 'Good Day'. I love to travel so much and I am really enjoys to take care of all the friends who intend to visit my home country - the land of smile.
Credentials: Worked as a process improvement over 3 years in the medical device manufacturing before moved to a new challenge as a tour leader in Bhutan and a local Thailand tourist guide.

Recent review: Wandee made every part of the trip wonderful! She documented our entire adventure with her camera and sent us the footage. Had a great time at Amphawa Floating Market as well. She is very kind and educated us about Thailand culture. Wandee showed great hospitality. We had a great time! - Joyce Hu (United State)

Pricing option for English speaking tour guide;

Need booked before 1 weeks for making a cooking class inside the recommended  restaurant.

*** Thai massage and Thai cooking activity could not be refund when clients refuse to join these activities ***

** TukTuk fees are excluded.


Pricing option for another languages of speaking tour guide;
please ask the price for each specialist languages



  • 1,000 Baht deposit for booking a trip via our online system.
  • The remaining cost can be paid directly to our trip's provider.

Cancellation Policy;

  • When the trip's provider cannot start the event due to the closing of places and/or routes, clients can change trip / change date / refund within 7 days after payment.
  • No refundable after the event start.

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Price From THB ฿ 6,000 THB ฿ 4,000/Trip
Total ฿ 4,000 THB

Trip Facts

  • start from 1 adult
  • 3-8 hours
  • private vehicle (car, van, minibus), tuktuk or tourist boat
  • English, ไทย, 官话, 日本語, tiếng Việt, le français, Spanish, etc.