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Backpacker Best of Bangkok


Backpacker Best of Bangkok

Day 1: Bangkok Arrival

Your driver will be waiting for you with a sign when you arrive in Bangkok. From there, your driver will take you to your accommodation: Chamberlain Hostel in historic Bang Rak district. Check-in and relax after your long journey! 
Accommodation: Chamberlain Hostel in a 4-Bed Dorm 
Transportation: Bangkok Airport (BKK), Bangkok Airport (DMK), Bangkok Bus Station, or Bangkok Train Station to Chamberlain Hostel by Car or Van 

Day 2: Bangkok 

Wake up and enjoy your breakfast, then decide whether to continue chilling out or head out to explore the city. You'll probably be a little jet-lagged, so we recommend walking around your new neighborhood - one of Bangkok's oldest. Head down and check out the river (we recommend experiencing Thai food and a drink at Jack's Bar right on the river, which is walking distance from Chamberlain Hostel. Then maybe head back to Chamberlain Hostel and take a quick nap before your adventure to explore Bangkok's Chinatown begins! 
Meet your guide and group and then we'll venture by public bus or tuk-tuk to the heart of night-time Chinatown and explore the secrets of this bustling neighborhood. On this 4-hour trip, we experience the wave of life on Yaowarat Road that mixes locals and tourists alike. We'll taste multiple dishes that are loved by Thai and Chinese people. We'll try the spicy stuff, indulge in sweet deserts, hear stories about the dishes, and talk to the food sellers and food lovers around us. In between, we'll explore the less-traveled side-streets and hidden alleys for temples, local customs, and the behind-the-scenes of this world-famous foodie haven.
If you still have space, we'll finish our trip with some local desserts before your guide bids you farewell. You can choose to continue exploring Chinatown on your own or return to your hotel to prepare for tomorrow!  

Meals: Breakfast, Snacks 
Transportation: Meeting Point to Bangkok Chinatown by Bus or Tuk-Tuk 
Accommodation: Chamberlain Hostel in a 4-Bed Dorm 

Day 3: Bangkok 

Enjoy your breakfast then meet your group and your guide, who will go with you to the nearby pier to board our long tail boat. From here you'll move down the Chao Phraya, the main river in Bangkok, with amazing backdrop views of the Bangkok skyline before making a turn to enter the klongs. You will pass a range of local wooden stilt houses with clothes hanging to be dried in the sun, a local "7 eleven", klong style. Feel the atmosphere of having entered the klongs. You will hear Thai music being played from the houses, you will see birds looking at the trespassing boats, if you are lucky, you will spot one of the sunbathing lizards.
The first stop is the sacred serenity of Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen, the royal temple was established in 1610, during the Ayutthaya period, and received support from Thai kings until the late nineteenth century. Under the supervision of Phra Samuh Sod Chantasaro or Luang Por Sod. Who held the position of abbot in 1916 made this temple become the centre of the Buddhist mind and has been a first-class place for practising Dhamma and meditation ever since. The highlight is the giant wearing glowing bronze Nearly 69 meters above the ground, as tall as a 20-story building, it is the largest Buddha statue in the city. There is a 40-meter-wide meditation posture, this Big Buddha project was made in collaboration with Chinese and Thai technicians in the year 2017 and was completed in the year 2021.

Looking around from the fifth floor of the temple's church, you will be inspired by the post-modern temples on one side of the canal. and the feeling of the old days, on the other hand, with the beauty of the river cutting through the landscape. From there it's onwards to the Artist Village, with old wooden walkways with artists, an old barber shop, an old grocery, vintage posters, colors of freedom, and a small stupa licking the sunlight. Feel the quietness surrounding this place. A stop will be made where you can feed holy Catfish. It's a remarkable sight when hundreds of fish come to the surface seemingly out of nowhere!  
Upon leaving the klongs you will see several houses on stilts and how locals live in small houses on the river. Then we leave the quietness and go back to the noisy Chao Phraya River. Your trip ends around noon at a pier near the Royal Palace so that you visit the nearby temples on your own, continue to the shopping malls, or return to your accommodation.
Meals: Breakfast, Snacks and Drinks 
Accommodation: Chamberlain Hostel in a 4-Bed Dorm 
Miscellaneous: English-Speaking Guide 

Day 4: Bangkok 

Wake up and enjoy breakfast and then check-out from your accommodation. Good luck on your next adventure! 

Meals: Breakfast

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3 Nights at Chamberlain Hostel in a 4-Bed Dorm

Lokal transport

Bangkok Airport (BKK), Bangkok Airport (DMK), Bangkok Bus Station, or Bangkok Train Station to Chamberlain Hostel by Car or Van


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