Let's Find Lost treasure! Baan Bat & Kudeejeen, Bangkok (1D)
Leader of the village
Tourism activities benefit both people and community.
About the trip
- Ride on Thai-style transportations
- Enjoy a processing of making 100% handmade monk-bowl
- Taste royal cuisine menus
- Learn how to make Thai traditional desserts and snacks
- Acknowledge Thai history through the community visit
- Meals as listed in the itinerary ( Lunch 1 )
- Transportation as mentioned in the itinerary
- Activities as listed in the itinerary
- English Speaking guide
- Local guide
- Travel insurance
- VAT 7%
09.00 am Meeting point at Saphan Taksin BTS station Exit 1. Make a fresh start with Chaophraya boat ride.
09.30 am Explore the old town Bangkok:
Flower market and local fresh market
Ban Bat (Monk bowl community) - A community specializing in handmade monk-bowls for over 100 years
11.30 am Tuk Tuk driver will take you across the Rama 1 Bridge to Kudeejeen community.
12.00 am Lunch at Sakun Thong house - Taste a simple yet historical Menu by P’Tan, then learn how to make Chor-muang, flower shape dumpling filled with minced chicken.
01.30 pm Visit Kudeejeen Museum to learn the history of Kudeejeen. Then, walk to the Chantanaparp Thai House, a traditional Thai House which is more than 100 years now and listen to the story of the house from Auntie Daeng, the house owner.
03.00 pm Say goodbye to Kudeejeen and travel back by boat to Saphan Taksin BTS station.
June 2018 · South Africa
Guide was brilliant and very informative. I enjoyed the monk bowl community.
January 2018 · United States
Amazing look into real lives in Bangkok!
I loved that we got to meet locals, hear their stories, and even be invited into their homes. The food was amazing. Hollie and her team were incredibly nice and super knowledable. We learned SO much about so many parts of the culture. I love LocalAlike’s mission to give back to the communities and offer tours based on the feedback and involvement of the people who actually live in those communities. It made me feel glad to be contributing to their ideas rather than just being some random tourist barging in on their lives. It was a truly special experience.