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We took an hour long boat trip that ended at Wat Arun. It was very enjoyable to see the typical Thai homes along the water the multitude of temples and the vendors who rowed up to our boat offering drinks and souvenirs. It was a...More
Floating market was our goal! This is what we bought a trip to! 3000 baht for a vip experience! We refused and gave 1500. Then we ended up in a boat full of other people, was sailed around some various canals. An Indian couple were...More
A great way to see both the city and the main canals. You can find them covered if it is too hot. Smaller ones can negotiate the small canals but this is a great and inexpensive way to tour the "venice" of the east city....More
We did this tour by mistake / scam, wanted to visit Taling Chan Floating Market, we booked a tour on the one of the piers (expensive for what we got), and the local guy (long boat, him, his wife and kid), took us around the...More
Now if you want to see what the locals get up to then a ride on a ferry down a klong will be the go. This is a great experience which will highlight the differences between lifestyles. A noisy smoke bellowing ferry with the guy...More
Never book a Klong Tour via a Taxi/Tuktuk-driver or anyone who approaches you in public. This is true for any other offerings.
We experienced a Klong Tour near the Grand Palace by undergoing exactly the above stated mistake. The tour wasn't worth the 500 Baht...More
I've looked through the 'terrible' reviews and it looks like most people are describing a canal tour, not Klongs for getting from A-B. Yes you get tourist traps but if you do your homework you can use the system like the locals and get from...More
This is an easy and varied-speed trip to take and very popular, cvering markets, with a stop off at a craft-market, passing in the canals other klongs selling fresh fruit, flowers, fish and craft goods. A cultural must!
It is interesting to see how many people still live and earn a living on the canals and other waterways of Bangkok. Many live in shacks along the waterways, and others have wooden shops which are tied to the shore and go up and down...More
The khlong tours can start from several places, but I would recommend starting from “Central Pier” on the Chao Phraya River. It is directly under the bridge at the BTS (sky train) stop called “Saphan Taksin.”
You just go to any point where you see boat going and stops. There's no "official Klong tours". Some and actually many parts of klong network is not connected together and going around with single boat is not possible... More
You just go to any point where you see boat going and stops. There's no "official Klong tours". Some and actually many parts of klong network is not connected together and going around with single boat is not possible. However, in many junction points you just walk over the road bridge and you can continue from other side of the road.