Tours to Intriguing Colourful Waterways

The central region of Thailand is full of rivers and canals which Thai people use daily for commerce, transport and recreation. Many commute to work on the Chao Phraya river ferries while others live aboard barges used for transporting goods from other provinces. Fishing & swimming are popular too.

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Bangkok Temples and Canals Tour (Code:1002)

Thailand has thousands of temples, but Wat Phra Kaew at the Grand Palace is the most important because it houses the Emerald Buddha. Behind is Wat Pho, which is the oldest temple in Bangkok with its Reclining Buddha. Across the river you can climb the steep steps of Wat Arun - Temple of Dawn. More...
Price for Two: 10,800 Thai Baht
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Bangkok Weekend Floating Market Tour (Code:1006)

The Floating Market at Taling Chan only operates on the weekends so if you are in Bangkok on Saturday or Sunday this is a great place to visit. You can stop here as part of your boat trip through the Bangkok Noi canal system. There's a wonderful array of freshly cooked food to sate all appetites. More...
Price for Two: 9,000 Thai Baht
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Bangkok Seasight Restaurant Tour (Code:1008)

This restaurant is famous for fresh seafood, because there are fishing boat themselves and just located in Samut Sakhon Province very close to the Gulf of Thailand; which you can see a great view; bird sound, and fishing village that quite prosperous. More...
Price for Two: 10,400 Thai Baht
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Attractions Include:

Sea Food
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