Bangkok City Tour After Sunset
Avoid the tourist crowd and experience the most historic and iconic sights of Bangkok on a private tour
Enjoy a serene visit to centuries-old temples
View the nest-photographed tourist attractions that sparkled at night
Experience a traditional thai dinner in a local market
Cross the Chao Praya River by boat
- Trip Duration: 4hs
- Available Languages: English / Thai
- Instant Confirmation
- Food and/or beverages
- Certified tour guide / instructor
With its historic temples, romantic riverside dining spots and exotic cuisine, Bangkok is among the world’s top tourist destinations. However, it’s easy to fall into a tourist trap of packing as many activities as possible in a day. That’s a surefire way to NOT enjoy. If you want to truly appreciate the Thai capital's culture and authenticity, we’ve come up with a strategic and well-thought-out itinerary that starts at Bangkok’s most romantic hour: dusk.
With a certified local touch and time of day, this tour will show you the city at it's best: right when she prepares to slips into the night, casting sunset shadows from the temple spires, and before waking the busy bars and clubs. Avoid the daytime crowds and experience the serenity of the sacred places and momentous sites in the Big Mango– you won’t regret it.
The tour uses the Chao Praya waterway as its main guide. The river is a major channel for trade and transportation in the region. It can trace a history of cultural movements, such that following its course forms a narrative. Step into What Pho, the temple of the reclining buddha, before glimpsing the Wat Arun across the river. By boat, experience the Wat Arun’s decorated facade: thousands of ceramics that make it one of the most stunning and colorful temples. Among other attractions that you can privately experience are the famous courtyard of Sanam Luang, Santa Cruz Church, and Kuan Yin Shrine. Off the beaten path, trawl through the Phra Phuttha Yodfa Bridge before exploring Pak Klong Talad (Flower Market).
"As a close to non-commercial experience of the city, remember to dress appropriately for the religious places you’ll be visiting. Walking around may prove to warm the trip, but bring a shawl, scarf or light sweater that covers you up when entering the places of worship."
- 16.30 PM
- Assemble at meeting point
- 16.40 PM
- Short walk to Sanam Luang area and visit The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew from outside
- 17.15 PM
- Visit Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)
- 18.00 PM
- Cross the Chao Phraya River by boat; dinner at the local night market
- 18.30 PM
- Visit Wat Rakhang Khositaram (Temple of the Bells)
- 18.50 PM
- Visit Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) by public transport (i.e. tuk-tuk)
- 19.20 PM
- Walk along the Chao Phraya River to look around Kuan An Keng Shrine, the Portuguese Santa Cruz Church and Wat Prayurawongsawas from outside
- 20.00 PM
- Cross the Chao Phraya River by walking through Phra Phuttha Yodfa Bridge. Then visit Pak Klong Talad (Flower Market)
- 20.30 PM
- Drop off at hotel
Good trip, interesting experience to visit at night, relax way to know the city
Very very interesting tour, allowed me had a good sleep in the morning, then visited all the great sites with nothing worries, very pleased, both with our guide and the visiting spots！
This tour covered all the sites I wanted to visit, and we watched really beautiful sunset that day, the city is full of beautiful stories and quiet, can’t love this day more, definitely worth trying!
Met all my expectations, nice guide, great city view, perfect schedule, tried some good food as well, everything just perfect!
Perfect time and perfect guide, fun and relaxing tour with 2 Australian guys and 3 Mexican girls, this was the right thing to do when you travel instead of squeezed into a large crowd of people.
Felt so relaxed, and everything started to look soft and golden before the sun went down, enjoyed a relaxing and peaceful night with less tourists around, and the temples looked great and mysterious in the dark.
We arrived Bangkok in the afternoon and then decided to join this evening tour, it turned out to be a really good choice, not so crowded on the street and the tour spots, visited the temple in the evening let us see the different side of these ancient architecture. Our guide was quite knowledgeable and helped us get to know a lot about the local culture, nice chance to explore and feel the city!
It was my first time visiting Bangkok, and I wanted to see the sites with fewer people, so it was a no-brainer to take this tour. Frankly, I find the city more appealing at night. All the temples are lit up and the streets are filled with late night snacks and street food. The tour guide who was with the group was very knowledgeable about the temples and their history.