Fa Khan

Fa Khan

An adventurer on gap year. Born in Bangkok. Avid learner. Social Worker. Always excited to meet new companions.

Rowing Bangkok
  • Bangkok was once known as Venice of the East due to its bustling water traffic. Unfortunately as the city grows, waterways are neglected. Nevertheless, and known by few the city is surprisingly well connected by canals. As the saying goes "Life is a journey, not a destination." (Ralph Waldo Emerson), I will take you from the West to East of Bangkok by boat. On the way, immerse yourself in the local livelihood. Experience the life of the Bangkok working class.

Tour Information

Location
Duration
1 Day
Departure
Price per Participant
213.42 TOMO
Languages
Group size
1 - 6 people
Transportation
Taxi
Boat
Includes
Transportation
Excludes
Personal expenses, food, costs that incur other than transportation
Cancellation

About the creator
Fa Khan

Fa Khan
Bangkok was once known as Venice of the East due to its bustling water traffic. Unfortunately as the city grows, waterways are neglected. Nevertheless, and known by few the city is surprisingly well connected by canals. As the saying goes "Life is a journey, not a destination." (Ralph Waldo Emerson), I will take you from the West to East of Bangkok by boat. On the way, immerse yourself in the local livelihood. Experience the life of the Bangkok working class.

Wang Lang Port

We first meet here, then explore the Wang Lang market. Revel on street food for breakfast !

China Town

After we fill ourselves, we will then boat to China Town. You will not believe how many Chinese families have settled here!

Pahurat

Also known as "Little India", discover how multi-cultural Bangkok can be!

Kwan Ream Floating Market

Boat to Eastern Bangkok, dine at the floating market!

Tawanna and Bangkapi Market

Find out what is behind the tasty Thai cuisine at Bangkapi food market and get some souvenirs from Tawanna, an affordable teen spot.

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