Dette kommer dere til å gjøre
Travelling by Tuk Tuk, we'll start with a taste of "Kanom Beaung" at one of the oldest best-loved shops in town. This sweet oozes history - dating back to the 14th Century. Around the corner is Phra Sumera Fort, one of two remaining forts that originally protected the Royal Rattanakosin island. On to one of the city's first-class Royal temples where we'll meet a Buddhist monk to learn about Thai Buddhist meditation techniques - a chance to ask questions as well as giving it a try. Next to Museum Siam to discover what "Thainess" really is. Housed in a neo-classical mansion, this is not your typical dusty old museum. Through it's interactive exhibits - as surfaces light up and things pop out of the walls - you'll learn about Thai food, fashion, history, pop culture and more. We'll try a classic Thai sweet snack and drink at Mont Nomsod, a 50 year old milkshop and local institution and have a snack from the street vendors nearby. We'll end our tour at Tep Bar, a restored shop-house in Bangkok's hippest hidden backstreet Soi Nana, for a cultural cocktail made from Thai herbs and traditional liquors. Please see our other experiences: Old Bangkok Temples & Markets by Tuk Tuk - http://tiny.cc/uaabbtub Historic Chinatown’s Hidden Sites & Bites - http://tiny.cc/uaabbtud Railway & Floating Market – http://tiny.cc/uaabbtue
Dette er inkludert
We'll taste Thai crispy pancakes "Kanom Beaung"; Sweet Thai custard on toast - it's a dessert or snack here, not breakfast;…
We'll have one of the famous milky tea drinks at Mont Nomsod - probably the most famous milkshop in town. And at the end of…
We'll travel around the old town by Tuk Tuk - a piece of Thai history themselves!
Pam, Pat & Team
We - Pam, Pat, Nai, Mond & A - are the Bangkok Urban Adventures team. We're passionate licensed Thai guides who love to share the old city where we're based. We created this tour in collaboration and with approval from the New York Times, based on their "36 Hours in Bangkok" article. We've added some of our own favourite spots to create an old city tuk tuk tour that takes you off the beaten track from meeting a monk to a Thai cultural cocktail with some street food, history and culture in between - so if you want to do something a bit different hop in a Tuk Tuk with us!
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We'll be exploring the old city, dropping in at places featured in the New York Times "36hrs in Bangkok". This is a Tuk Tuk tour of food, history & Thai culture that takes you off the beaten track. We'll visit Mae Prapa, Mont Nomsod and the trendy Soi Nana located Tep Bar for some Thai snacks and drinks; we'll learn meditation techniques with a Thai monk; and discover Thainess through the interactive high-tech fun exhibition at Museum Siam.
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on., 25., sep. Fra 15:00 til 19:30.
$41 per person
6 av 6 plasser igjen
Alle opplevelser kan kanselleres og helt refunderes innen 24 timer etter kjøp.
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Krav til gjesten
Opptil 6 gjester i alderen 18 og over kan delta.
Denne opplevelsen inkluderer alkohol. Bare gjester som er over aldersgrensen for inntak av alkohol vil bli servert alkoholholdige drikkevarer.
Please be on time to respect other guests Shoulder and knees must be covered to respect the Buddhist Monk and enter the temple The alcoholic drink can be substituted for a soft drink
New York Times Hidden History & Food