Walking Tour of Bangkok with “Expique”

If it’s your first time in a city and you don’t have much time to explore, then joining a tour is usually the best alternative. However, the traditional tours are on mini buses and coaches and you are taken from point A to B with probably several stops along the way at shops where the tour guides make a nice commission. But the modern version of these tours are smaller and more personal. At the weekend I went on a walking tour in Bangkok with a guide from Expique (click to visit their website). There was only two Australians and myself which was perfect. With a tour guide you can get to see a side of the city that most normal tourists don’t get to see and you have the bonus of having a local explaining the things you are seeing. These kinds of tours are usually limited to no more than ten people. The following are some of the pictures that I tweeted during the tour.

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One thought on “Walking Tour of Bangkok with “Expique”

  • November 17, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    Thanks to you , I tried Bangkok food tour and I love their night tour , now I guess I am going to try expique


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