Explore the local site of Thailand. An amazing sightseeing experience. You will love it! 1. Wang Wian Yai Railway station - We`ll meet at the train station. There is a local market and also an 7/11 store where you can buy fresh fruits or snacks for breakfasts. 2. From this station we will take the third-class train to the ferry. - Along the the way you´ll see many paddy fields, salt farms and local houses. 3. Jump on the ferry to the other side of the Tha Chin River to Baan Leam station - We will get on another train which will take us to Maeklong (10.10 AM). After this unhurried and very interesting train ride (1 hour) we will arrive at the Maeklong Train Market. 4. Train market (Maeklong market) - The highlight is right at the end of the line when the train reaches Maeklong, The market sellers move their awnings and shop fronts back in order for it to pass through.After that we`ll take a Tuk Tuk to visit Wat Bang Kung. 5. Wat Bang Kung (Temple hidden within the roots) - one of the most iconic known for it’s roots and branches of banyan tree which over the centuries have surrounded and locked the building. 6. Back to Bangkok by Mini Van (Air condition)
Hello, I’m Aoh(Jasmine) who lives in Bangkok . I’ve studied tourism and would be very happy to be your local guide. I’ve achieved the tour guide license.I would love to share my experience and my culture with other people. Come and join me to explore the local site and get to know more about Thailand.
We’ll have lunch in a local street food restaurant
2 bottles of water
All fees are included. No extra charges!!!
Train tickets, Ferry boat, Tuk Tuk and Mini Van
9 hours trip: From 7.45 AM till around 4.30 PM - (7.45 AM) Meeting point at Wang Wian Yai Railway station - (8.35 AM) Train departure from Wang Wian Yai to Baan Leam station - (11.10 AM) Maeklong train market - (12.45 PM) Wat Bang Kung - (04.00 PM) Back to Bangkok
-Personal accident insurance (Insurance is provided if you bring your passport or a copy of your passport or a screenshot on your phone) -Dress code to visit the temple covers your shoulders and knees