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For a half-day tour places that can be visited and enjoyed are-

The Chao Fraya river is a beautiful place to start the day. The rivers and canals are the heart of Bangkok, and it`s cross-river ferries are still the main transportation for the locals.

The area along the main river of Bangkok (Ko Ratanakosin) used to be the ancient royal district and this is where many of Bangkok`s most famous attractions are located. To experience the real Bangkok we recommend you to take public ferry.

Time to head onto the famous and vibrant Chinatown that is located on the opposite side of the river from Wat Arun Temple. So jump back on the ferry that takes you across the river, and jump off at the no. 5 Ratchawong Pier.

Bangkok´s Chinatown, called Yaowarat after the main road Th Yaowarat Road that runs through this area, is one of the oldest parts of Bangkok. It represents the first resettlement of Chinese and dates back to 1782.

Here you will find action at all hours and surprises at every turn. When the sun sets this is the street food central of Bangkok and where you will find the most delicious and authentic Thai street food, including some Chinese-inspired dishes that are not available anywhere else in Thailand.

After some more shopping in these fancy and super big shopping malls, take a detour from modern Bangkok to explore a bit of its history. The Jim Thompson House, which is kind of like a museum, is located close to Siam Square and is just a short walk away from the shopping malls.

The story of Jim Thompson is a fascinating one, and quite a mystery too! Jim Thompson, born in America, is the man who made Thai silk famous around the world and one day disappeared. His lovely house and garden is now a museum, and is well worth a visit!

A guided tour of the garden and house, as well as a demonstration of how Thai silk is made and Thai dance, is included in the cheap ticket.

Half Day Tours in Bangkok

Do My Way- Freedom City & Temple Tours at Bangkok, Thailand (Private)
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
54.90 USD / Person
Rating 13 Reviews
Amazing Bangkok City & Temple Tour with Admission Tickets
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
52.00 USD / Person
Rating 10 Reviews
Ancient City Tour (Minimum 2 pax)
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
33.00 USD / Person
Rating 18 Reviews
Art In Paradise 3D Bangkok (Ticket only)
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
9.00 USD / Person
Rating 21 Reviews
Ayutthaya by Helicopter - The Ancient Capital of Siam Tour from Bangkok
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
30.68 USD / Person
Rating 17 Reviews
Bangkok Canal Tour (Minimum 2 pax)
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
24.00 USD / Person
Rating 13 Reviews
Bangkok Canals & Bike
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
74.00 USD / Person
Rating 5 Reviews
Bangkok Laser Game (1 game 15 mins)Ticket only
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
17.00 USD / Person
Rating 14 Reviews
Bangkok Laser Game (2 games 30-45 mins)Ticket only
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
14.00 USD / Person
Rating 10 Reviews
Bangkok Laser Game (3 games 45-60 mins)Ticket only
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
15.00 USD / Person
Rating 13 Reviews
Bangkok Laser Game (daily pass unlimited games)ticket only
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
27.00 USD / Person
Rating 12 Reviews
Bangkok Sunset Helicopter Experience Only Sunday and Saturday
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
622.20 USD / Person
Rating 8 Reviews
Bike Bangkok Hidden Oasis
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
42.00 USD / Person
Rating 25 Reviews
Bike Bangkok Hidden Oasis Tour
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
43.00 USD / Person
Rating 6 Reviews
Bike Historic Ayutthaya (Minimum 2 pax)
Half Day Tours, Bangkok
94.00 USD / Person
Rating 8 Reviews

More About Bangkok Tourism

Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles and Bangkok tourism has a huge role to play here. A trip to Thailand often means sunning at the beach, frolicking in the clear green waters surrounding the many islands. But Bangkok is not without its charms. The hectic and bustling city is unapologetically cosmopolitan and yet, holds its roots close to its heart. Here sprawling malls, with the latest designer offerings, are equally at home with lush paddy fields just outside the city. There is indeed something for everyone here. 


Millions of tourists visit to unwind from their hectic lives, take a break, or simply enjoy the many attractions it has to offer. Bangkok tourism will ensure that you return home feeling like a new person – energised and with a brand-new outlook on life. With so many things to see and enjoy here, you will definitely want to keep coming back for more.

People Also Ask About Bangkok

  1. What are the best places to visit on a Bangkok tour?

    The Best places to visit in Bangkok are The Grand Palace, Floating Market, Khaosan Road, Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise, Chatuchak Market, Wat Pho, Jim Thompson House, Siam Niramit show, Kidzania, Pororo water park, Dusit zoo, MBK Shopping Centre and many more like this.

  2. Which are the best hotels to stay in Bangkok?

    The best hotels for tourists are Mandarin Oriental Hotel, The Peninsula, Le D'Tel Bangkok, The Siam, Park Hyatt, Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, and many more.

  3. Which are the best holy places to visit in Bangkok?

    The best holy places to visit are Wat Hua Lamphong, Wat Mahathat, Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, the Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit, Assumption Cathedral, and Wat Intharawihan.

  4. Which are the best places to visit at night in Bangkok?

    These 12 Bangkok nightlife spots are the best places to enjoy your night out in Bangkok

    • Chao Phraya River Cruise.
    • Rooftop Bars in Bangkok.
    • Yaowarat / Chinatown.
    • Khao San Road.
    • Chatuchak Friday Night Market.
    • Asok. ...
    • Asiatique The Riverfront.
    • Soi Cowboy.
  5. How many days are enough for Bangkok?

    If you are willing to see each and everything in Bangkok the You should plan a trip of atleast 10 days.

  6. What is the best street food in Bangkok?

    The best street ffood dishes in Bangkok are:

    • Guay Tiew Mu Rung Rueang (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Sae Phun (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Guay Jub Mr. ...
    • Charoen Saeng Silom (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Wattanapanit (Ekkamai) (Michelin Plate) ...
    • Jok Khlong San (Michelin Plate) ...
    • Ann Guay Tiew Kua Gai (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Chakki (Bib Gourmand)
  7. What is the best time to visit Bangkok?

    The best time to visit Bangkok is from November to March when the heat and humidity are at their lowest level.

  8. What we should buy from Bangkok?

    Best Souvenirs to Buy in Bangkok

    •  Silk Products.
    •  Spices.
    •  Spa Products.
    •  Coconut Oil Products.
    • Handicrafts items.
    • Thai Snacks.
    • Thai Silver Jewelry.
    • Thai Trinkets.
  9. Is Bangkok worth visiting?

    YES, Bangkok is worth visiting. As it is really a very beautiful as well as a great city to visit. This city has soo many different things to see as well as enjoy like Ice skating, Safari world, Riverside dinner and many more.

  10. Is Bangkok safe to travel?

    Yes, Bangkok is a very safe place for locals as well as travelers. One should take a tourist package to travel this beautiful city so that Under the proper guidance, You won't get into any problem. But overall, Bangkok is very safe to travel to.