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Private Tour: Bangkok Temples, Including Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho

By: Tour East
  • In Bangkok, listen to your guide’s commentary about Thai Buddhism
  • Learn from the guide about Thai architectural styles at each temple
  • Stroll around the famous reclining Buddha statue at Wat Pho
Private Tour: Bangkok Temples, Including Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho
From US$42.41
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Morning Private Bangkok Temples Tour including the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho
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Afternoon Private Bangkok Temples Tour including the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho
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Visit three famous temples in Bangkok on a half-day tour with your own private guide. Take in the golden wonders of Wat Pho, the Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit), and the Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabophit). Your guide shows you highlights, including the Golden Buddha statue, the reclining Buddha, and Bangkok’s Chinatown. Learn about Thai Buddhism and cultural traditions from your guide, and choose from a morning or afternoon tour.
What to Expect
After morning or afternoon pickup at your centrally located Bangkok hotel, ride in an air-conditioned private vehicle to the temples.

At Wat Traimit, see the Golden Buddha, a statue that weighs 5.5 tons and is made from solid gold.

Continue to Wat Pho by walking through the bustling lanes of Bangkok’s Chinatown, a vibrant district established more than 200 years ago. See the massive reclining Buddha statue, a smiling wonder that stretches about 150 feet (46 meters). Note the intricate carvings on the feet and other beautiful touches in the temple.

Your final temple is Wat Benchamabophit, constructed of marble slabs imported from Italy. Your guide shares commentary about the site, as you walk through open-air corridors lined with Buddha statues and into lofty temple buildings with intricate decorations.

Your tour concludes at the Gems Gallery.
Reviews (269)
1 - 5 of 7 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Finding time to find my inner peace!

Now I know where all these temples are, I would be inclined to try and get around to these on my own. However, I had limited free time in Bangkok and treated myself to a personal guided tour. The Bangkok traffic was painful! But once...More

Thank simonfE6971LC
Reviewed August 24, 2018 via mobile
Worked for me

I’m not an early riser so afternoon tour worked for me. I got to see the temples I wanted to see, however there was no walk in Chinatown. I believe that was because one of the guests on trip wandered off to 7/11 for a...More

1  Thank Brian1518
Reviewed August 5, 2018 via mobile
Their tour guide, Peter, is excellent and very jolly

Just had my 4-hour-long, private tour of the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha and Wat Pho (The Reclining Buddha) with Peter from Tour East. He and the tour company’s driver picked me up from my hostel in Phaya Thai just before 8am. I booked and...More

1  Thank 258stevev
Reviewed April 9, 2018 via mobile
Rushed and misleading

Do not waste your money on this tourist trap. The morning of our tour started out well with an on time pick up at 8 am. We were driven to three temples but all were rushed. Our guide was very knowledgeable but annoyed if we...More

16  Thank Ashley M
Christopher C, Manager at Tour East, responded to this reviewResponded April 10, 2018

Dear Ashley, Thank you for giving me the opportunity to correct a couple of your “misleading” comments, thereby giving the readers a more accurate impression of this tour, which rates very well in TripAdvisor. Firstly, if your tour began at 8am you began 1/2 an...More

Reviewed April 5, 2018
One day tour

The menace of Chinese mainland tourist has completely destroyed the charm of these beautiful places. The peace and tranquility is broken by thieves hordes of cackling Chinese tourists. They donot listen to their guides. Only photographing selfies and loud heavy decibel talking. We were trying...More

7  Thank mahesh d
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Jyopjeun Y
October 24, 2018|
Response from Brian1518 | Reviewed this property |
My suggestion would be to contact tour companies and see if you could arrange tour or direct ride from airport, or pick one temple complex and have a private car arranged for pickup at airport. Traffic is a concern and... More
October 2, 2018|
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Response from Nisa W |
Your knees and shoulders have to be covered anytime you visit any Temples in Thailand. So capri are just fine.
September 28, 2018|
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Response from Brian1518 | Reviewed this property |
I don’t know but I doubt it because of traffic congestion.