In more recent history, Thailand managed to remain independent throughout the colonial period due to its diplomatic efforts and adaptability. The country experienced political transformations, including the abolition of absolute monarchy in 1932, which marked the beginning of constitutional monarchy in the country.
Pedal past the Grand Palace on a bike tour of Bangkok, which is the ceremonial court of the world’s richest monarch. Following your local guide, you’ll also discover the rivers, canals, and merchant neighborhoods that have made Bangkok Thailand’s trade and economic center.
Whether indulging in fiery curries, tangy salads, or delicate stir-fried dishes, Thai cuisine is a highlight of any visit. Take the Bangkok Evening Bike Tour for tastings at the local market, and to gather recommendations from your guide for your next dinner out.
Known as the ‘Land of Smiles’ for the thirteen subtly different smiles that Thai people use to respond to any situation under the sun, you’re bound to encounter a lot of friendly faces on your trip to Thailand. After soaking up the country’s cultural and culinary riches under the hospitable care of your local guide, you’re bound to finish your day tour with your warmest, widest smile