Venture into the city's secret historic heart and glide through the hidden backstreets of the Bangkok Noi neighbourhood Be blown away by the city’s most extravagant temples and landmarks Take a glimpse into the everyday lives of local Thai communities Experience a more tranquil side of bustling Bangkok View the River of Kings or Mae Nam Chao Praya Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour: On your tour we visit Wat Suthat, one of the city’s less visited temples, but this is one of the most important temples in terms of the city’s cultural heritage. The murals in the Viharn (or assembly hall) are some of the best and most extensive in the country, alongside those found in the Grand Palace itself. This building is also one of the oldest Rattanakosin-era buildings still standing. The entrance fee included as part of your tour helps with maintenance and restoration of the buildings, statues and artwork within the temple as well as supporting the monks here.
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