Enjoy Bangkok by night
Bangkok is a 24/7 city that basically never sleeps. You’ll find it busy and full of life especially at night when the heat goes down, those ‘night places’ come alive and the atmosphere changes to this special night form.
However, Bangkok at night can get even more challenging for the western traveler trying to find his way on the tangled streets of the big and hectic city. Many streets of Bangkok have a cramped and chaotic feel and some first-time visitors can get lost amid the colorful sights and seductive smells.
We have designed this special Bangkok night tour for you to enjoy the best of the city, experience the streets by night in a safe and most efficient way possible, saving time and money.
The tour includes the colorful Flower Market (where we get to see not only flowers but different sorts of fruits) Walk through the famous Khao San Road which transforms into its night form, and visit the surprising ASIATIQUE open air shopping center located at the Riverfront with a breathtaking view.
TIME TABLE – Bangkok Night Tour
- 18:00 – Pickup from your hotel
- The Colorful Flower Market Bangkok
- The Exciting Nightlife of Khao San Road
- The Surprising Asiatique, an Open Riverfront Mall
- 23:00 – Back at your hotel
Services and Prices
+ Pick up from your Hotel
+ Private transfer with A/C Minivan
+ Private English Speaking Guide
+ Transfer back to Hotel
- Tips, drinks and personal expenses.
Price per person in US$
Valid till 31 December 2020 (subject to change on 24 Dec and 31 Dec)
2 participants $55 Per Person
3-4 participants $45 Per Person
5-6 participants $35 Per Person
7 participants $25 Per Person
BANGKOK NIGHT TOUR – ITINERARY
01st stop: FLOWER MARKET BANGKOK or “Pak Klong Talad”
It is known mostly as a wholesale Bangkok flower market serving everyone from flower vendors to florists, but it also has a good selection of fresh vegetables and typical Thai sweets, which are bought in the pre-dawn hours of Bangkok nightlife. The merchandise is transported from Bangkok at night, to the neighborhood markets around the city for sale in the morning. Pak Klong Talad is the most important flowers & Vegetables wholesale market in town.
02nd stop: KHAO SAN ROAD or “Thanon Khaosan”
The world-famous destination for travelers and budget tourists. Countless of newspapers and magazine articles have given the Khao San Road a solid niche in the world’s popular tourist spots. The place looks like an ongoing party and surrounding area is a maze of hotels, guesthouses and travel agents. The Khao San Road night market wakes up when the sun goes down, having all the restaurants, pubs, and clubs located on the road itself, or just a few minutes away.
03rd Stop: ASIATIQUE the Riverfront
ASIATIQUE, The Riverfront would be the first large-scale riverside project to work in Bangkok at night. It is combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities, and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls. Asiatique is Embracing history, but avoiding the cultural clich้s and traditional symbols, it strikes a balance between tradition and globalization allowing tourists to enjoy both Asian and Europen atmospheres during this special night tour Bangkok.
Few more stunning sightseeings we pass through in our night tour Bangkok
We’ll have a short stop and learn all about them from the guides
The Giant Swing was constructed back in 1784 in front of the Devasthan shrine by King Rama I.
It’s made of teak wood from the Phrae province in northern Thailand. The 21 meters (69ft) tall Giant Swing is a Brahman religious structure, originally used as part of a ceremony during the Brahman Festival. Brave men would swing themselves as high as they could hoping to reach up to a bag with gold coins that hung up there.
Wat Arun, known by the Thai people as Wat Chaeng. It is definitely one stunning landmark temple on the Chao Phraya river of Bangkok. You may think it’s because of the riverside location, but there is much more to it.. This temple design is different than other Thai Temples you’ll see in Bangkok. Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) is colorfully designed and decorated with some spires giving its special look while it stands majestically over the water.