Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Private Tour: Bangkok Temples including reclining Buddha at Wat Pho submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
nice tour guide, keep taking photo for us in the best positionReviewed by: Tsu Hsiang C, March 2013
A private tour of the most important temples is a good idea, because the guide has to keep track of you, not the other way around when you're with a group.
Oddly enough, the concierge of the hotel will check to make sure that you're dressed appropriately before you leave with the guide. Expect to remove your shoes before going into a temple.
You'll drive through Chinatown before it gets busy, past the flower and vegetable market (the guide said that orchids cost about US$1 for 100 of them!), and you'll end up in a gem factory for a film presentation and walk through.
The timing is such that if you do this tour in the morning, you can go on the Rice Barge Cruise in the afternoon.Reviewed by: Patricia, March 2013
Good trip. Attentive knowledgeable guide. Well worth the money. The temples were fantastic.Reviewed by: Lorna R, March 2013
A very good way to see the temples. The guide Mr Lam was enthusiastic and gave enough time at each site and answered all our questions. Great boat trip part way through the afternoon which gave a completely different view of Bangkok. Great afternoon, many thanks.Reviewed by: N J H, January 2013
The tour guide was quite knowledgeable and I had plenty of time to explore the three temples. The last stop was at "the world's largest jewellery store" where a polite but extremely pushy sales assistant was too determined for my liking to make me buy something. Still, the private tour was worth it.Reviewed by: Lajos B, January 2013