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Bangkok Bike and Dine
"After meeting your guide in Bangkok ride along the back lanes of Rattanakosin Island to the boat pier and take a ferry across the Chao Phraya River to the oldest Chinese settlement in the city. View the enormous sitting Buddha at Wat Kalayanamitr situated on the riverfront in Thonburi. Your next stop is the old Portuguese settlement of Santa Cruz with its ornate Italian-style Catholic church. Step inside a family-owned bakery here and bite into a Portuguese cupcake accompanied by a cup of coffee and some history shared by your guide. Cycling on you’ll come to Masjid Bang Luang the oldest standing mosque in Bangkok
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Bangkok Food Adventures by Bike
"Meet at the base shop at 6pm and the bike tour will depart at 6:15 sharp near Khaosan Rd. Salty and Sweet Indian treats come at the first food stop in Bangkok’s Little India. Entering the Indian eatery you may feel that you have just stepped out but after dark the long alleyway is deserted making it a great place to cycle while avoiding the congested streets of Chinatown. Reaching the end of Sampeng Lane a small side lane becomes an outdoor eatery at night featuring foods of Malay and Chinese origin. Disappearing into another twisting maze of back alleys you'll pedal your way to the ferry crossing to Khlong San Market. This busy ferry crossing runs late at night shuttling Bangkokians from one side of the Chao Phraya River to the other.Winding with your bike through lanes of warehouses and shophou you will burst into the lively night market of Tha Din Deang. Tha Din Daeng was once a trader’s port for goods arriving by sea and going up the Chao Phraya. The original settlers were an ethnically diverse group of traders but today the descendants of Chinese settlers dominate the area giving Tha Din Daeng the nickname of Bangkok's second Chinatown. It has less of the glitz of the original Chinatown but with a vibrant night market full of tasty food to discover this is a g
From THB1,800.00
 
Bike Bangkok: Historic City Tour
"Bangkok is a big bustling and often chaotic city. There are hundreds of temples to see shopping malls to stroll through and bars where you can knock back beers with fellow travelers. But there’s a great way to see a different kind of Bangkok the one that locals see. Make your way to central Bangkok and then hop on a bike for this 4-hour guided tour covering about 10 miles (15 km) which takes intrepid travelers across the Thai capital. Start at Khao San Road and cycle along the Chao Phraya River crossing the river at Rama 8 Bridge. Explore a Muslim neighborhood as the guide explains how diverse the city is. Cruise around the Bangkok Noi Canal before heading back across the river via ferry and riding through the backstreets of neighborhoods to wi
From THB1,200.00

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Ferry

You can get the ferry across to Ko Kret at the Wat Sanam Nuea pier Pakkret just pass the market .It cost only 3 baht for the normal ferry.It departs whenever they have enough passengers and the trip...
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Boat Ride

The best way to visit Nonthaburi is via the Chao Phraya River Express Boat, Nonthaburi is the very last northern stop. The trip takes a little over an hour by the regular boat (12B) and 45 minutes by...
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From bangkok to Nonthaburi by boat

you can jump on the cheap boat, at any of the stops along the chao phraya river(west side of Bangkok), for only 13 baht and ride all the way to anywhere you wanna go including nonthaburi, i believe...
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Rangsit to Pakret all the way down Tdiwanon

Catch the 367 on Tdiwanon road and you can get from Major Pakret all the way down to Major Rangsit and Future Park. I use this bus almost everyday from where i live, in the middle of Tdiwanon.7 baht...
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express boat to Nonthaburi

You can go to Nonthaburi both by bus or boat but I always like to travel by boat as there is a lot more nice view along the river. The Nonthaburi pier is the end of the boat line and right in front of...
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Things to Do Near Nonthaburi

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Phra Sumen Fort

This Old Fort protecting the city was built in 1783 and guards the city from attack via the Chao Praya River. The main keep of the forts in an octagonal building painted a brilliant white. This was...
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Chatuchak Weekend Market

As stated in the title,the market can be real hot under the sun.There is nothing u can really do about it unless u bring an umbrella.But now lets talk about the shops.FOR PET LOVERS:This place is an...
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Chatuchak Park

Este parque, com 0.3 km2, abriu ao público em 1980. É ornamentado com um lago artificial, atravessado por várias pontes, que cria um interessante cenário. Na minha opinião, este parque é um ótimo...
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Silpakorn Fine Arts University

" Silpakorn Fine Arts University " I graducated from there. The unversity developed from school of fine arts in 1943 under supervision of Italian artist Corrado Feroci or Prof Slip Bhirasri and...
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Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall

The Abhisek Dusik Throne Hall is one of the distinctive buildings in Dusit Palace. It is located on the north exit of The Ananta Samakorn Throne Hall, facing a big green garden. This could be the only...
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Patong Horror Show

They have turned a big house into a horror show and my girlfriend likes horror movies so we decided to go and take a look. And it turned out to be a great success (at least for my girlfriend :-) We...
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pattayaraj

"Nonthaburi"
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YaaDong

"Nonthaburi"
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Wann

"The Border Province of Bangkok - Nonthaburi"
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madmatg

"To the nations..."
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ECYM

"Day Trip to Koh Kred from BKK"
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