Free walking tours in Bangkok
While the lockdown is easing up and slowly turning things back to normal, Bangkok is still considered quiet without visitors from outside the country.
But let’s look at the bright side, it’s time for folks who are already here to get to know their city better.
Image credit: Expique
After months of being temporarily closed, Bangkok-based sightseeing agency Expique is bouncing back and offering a series of free walking tours for folks in town.
This is a great chance for us to explore the city’s hidden culture and history and see things we might have never noticed before.
Explore Bangkok’s historical areas
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All of the tours take place around old town Bangkok and Chao Phraya riverside as these areas have been around since the city’s founding days. Walkers will also get a closer look at Bangkok’s old neighbourhood and observe how the locals live their lives.
Church in Portuguese Catholic community ‘Kudeejeen’
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Check out their free walking tours for the month of June:
- Tuesday 16th June & Saturday 20th June: Rattanakosin Story
- Tuesday 23rd June: Chinatown & Talad Noi
- Saturday 27th June: Diversity & Harmony
- Tuesday 30th June: Where East Meets West
For more details on each tour, click here.
Stay updated for more dates
Chinese shrine in Talad Noi area
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Although all tours in June are fully booked, you can directly contact them on their website so they can alert you once more dates are available or if some participants pull out.
Stay updated for more activities on Expique’s page on Facebook.
Let’s get to know our beloved city more!
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