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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 1,007 reviews

Picked up at our hotel on time and left at the end of our day to another hotel we booked for that night. Steve our guide was explaining us everything we needed to know. The train market is really nice but try to go early in the morning to avoid too many tourists and the floating market is nice too but we were expecting a little more local life than just a tourists souvenir/food/extra activities set up. Coconut sugar farm was nice too. It’s worth if you spend more than 3 days in bangkok otherwise there are many Day and noght markets in the city that are also nice.

We wanted the guide to take us to the main spots on our one day in Thailand without having to worry about how to get there, where to buy tickets, where to enter. We were also more than happy with a brief explanation of each spot. We were travelling with a small child, so patience was limited. The guide met all of the requirements. She initially tried to discourage us from going to arguably the main attraction, the Palace, which was a but weird. She said it would be full, but it wasn't that bad and we really wanted see it. We were glad, in the end, we insisted.

Our guide Kiwi was the best! A lovely lady who had so much knowledge to tell. She met us on time and we sat down and came up with an intinary for our group of 4. She took us to the temples and told us a lot of history and meanings behind the things we were seeing which we would have never have learnt by going without her. We took local transport to get around by tuk tuk the sky train and boats and had a tasty lunch in China Town. This was definetly worth every penny. Thankyou Kiwi and we hope to see you again in the future

Our guide Sam was great. He came up with a great itinerary and we saw things we would have never found on our own. We went to a very authentic restaurant for lunch on some back street that was delicious. Took many forms of transportation throughout the day which was a great experience. I would highly recommend hiring a guide for the day, very efficient use of your time and a local gets way better rates on taxis etc. So ends up being quite economical.

A really well organised trip that ran like clockwork! We started off in quite a big group, but ended up splinting to separate hotels, and so our tour continued with just two people, which was excellent! The Kwai Jungle Rafts were an incredible experience and I’d recommend to anyone. It was really interesting to hear the history or the hotel and everyone there was so friendly. Food was all delicious too.