Wat Phra Kaew & Grand Palace & Talat Noi

Na Phra Lan Road, Grand Palace Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok 10200

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4 Hours

Tour Type

Haft Day

Group Size

20 persons






          Deedeebooking offers a new half-day tour program for all ages, filled with adventure and popular tourist spots in Europe and Asia. The program includes walking, boat rides, and opportunities to take pictures and learn about history. We also provide travel insurance for your safety and peace of mind.

Tour Program

              The guide will meeting you at Na Phra Lan Tunnel

       Will take you to Visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew, built in the Rama I period together with Rattanakosin establish, Wat Phra Kaew is a temple that no monks, have only a Buddhist shrine.

        After worshiping an Emerald Buddha, the guide will take you to the Grand Palace.

        The Grand Palace is the first palace in Bangkok, built in the period of King Rama I. 1782 he thought that Krung Thonburi the enemies were easily offended, so he please moved the capital from Krung Thonburi located west of the Chao Phraya River to the east of Chao Phraya River.

          And then, the guide will take you take passenger boat to Talat Noi.

             Talat Noi is a historic Chinese Thai residence with preserved old buildings located near Yaowarat and Sampeng. It has a long history dating back to the early Rattanakosin period and was once a bustling market.

              Currently, people reside in quaint commercial buildings amidst alleys that house various religious establishments and iconic landmarks, such as 'River City Bangkok' and 'Phitthaya Sathian Bridge.' Many of these buildings have been preserved as old structures, with a staggering count of 64 such edifices. Talat Noi is a popular tourist destination owing to its well-preserved culture and lifestyle from the past. The Talat Noi Alley boasts several intriguing travel destinations, including the Rong Kiek Shrine, Cho Su Kong Shrine, So Heng Tai Mansion (a 200-year-old house), Xiang Kong (a source for auto parts), Holy Rosary Church, Marine Department, and the first Bank of Thailand (Siam Commercial Bank). Additionally, the Beaux-Neo Classic building constructed in 1908, situated next to the Chao Phraya River, is another remarkable attraction. This building received the ASA ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AWARDS in 1982 and underwent renovation in 1995.

               After your visit and taking a picture, your guide will kindly escort you to River City Bangkok where your tour program will conclude. Thank you for choosing our service, and we hope you had a wonderful experience!


  • Meeting at Na Phra Lan Tunnel 
  • Wat Phra Kaew and Grand Palace
  • Passenger boat
  • Talat Noi
  • This tour takes 4 hours.
  • Sending at River City Bangkok

Choose a time of started tour 

  • 8:30
  • 9:30
  • 10:30
  • 11:30
  • 12:30
  • 13:30
  • 14:30 

*The Tour Program depends on time and schedule and may be changed.*

Children's policy

  • Infants or children under 2 years free

Additional information and notes (warning).

  • Please be mindful of your belongings during the tour.
  • Tipping fees depend on the customer.

Important announcement

  • Please read the tour program carefully.
  • The tour program requires a minimum of three people. If you are a solo traveler, please contact us for more information on private tours. If the minimum quantity is not met, the tour may be cancelled. It is possible to join with another customer to form a full party.
  • If the customer cancels the tour program, including partial cancellations and no-shows, the deposit is non-refundable.
  • If unexpected events occur that jeopardize the safety of our customers, we reserve the right to cancel all programs and provide a 100% refund.


  • This program is suitable for both foreign travelers and Thai travelers.


  • Meeting point Na Phra Lan Tunnel
  • Sending point River City Bangkok


Tour guide speaker who speaks prefer customer languages.
Passenger boat fare.
Tip depending on the customer.
Entrance ticket fee.
Personal expenses Cost of food and drinks.


Travel Styles



Open - Close
Wat Phra Kaew and Grand Palace are open daily from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm except for the day of the royal ceremony that to be announced when a schedule comes out.
Dress properly, no tank tops, ripped jeans, or leggings. Long pants/skirts and short/long-sleeved shirts are allowed. For Thai traditional dress, avoid off-the-shoulders and go for Thai Boromphiman or Thai Chitralada. No smoking.
What should you bring
umbrella, hat, sunscreen, and camera
Pick-up service
Please inquire for more information
Rules of Procedure in a Grand Palace
- Do not enter any areas marked with warning signs. - Do not take pictures of The Royal Guard Unit Headquarters during parades. - Do not fly drones above the Grand Palace. - Do not take pictures in restricted areas. - Keep your voice down during walking tours around the Grand Palace. - Dispose of trash properly by using the trash cans around the Grand Palace. - Tourists are allowed to take pictures outside a Buddhist temple and in areas authorized by the Bureau of the Royal Household. However, taking pictures inside a Buddhist temple is strictly prohibited and punishable by a fine and confiscation of recording media Royal Household allows. But inside a Buddhist temple can't take a picture, if you breach it is punishable by a fine and recording media.

Tour Location

Na Phra Lan Road, Grand Palace Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok 10200


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