Fun & Adventure in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand
Private Tour, Local Experience

About Fiona

What I enjoy about the work I do

Meeting new people with an interesting life experiences, an open mind and open heart people. Sharing life experiences.

My experiences and qualifications

I experience guides many people from different parts of the world.

Languages I speak

English

About Fun & Adventure in Bangkok

The services that I offer

I can offer a local style travelI can offer a local style travel
touristy places to see and trans and gay scene in Bangkok :) I can also your travel companion during your island tour.touristy places to see and trans and gay scene in Bangkok :) I can also your travel companion during your island tour.

What makes my service stand out

I'm a transsexual woman, can speak really good in English, fun to hangout and always in a positive vibes with full of wisdom.

Minimum group size

1

Advance notice (in days)

7

Cancellation policy.

Refundable if you cancel at least 72 hours before job starts.Refundable if you cancel at least 72 hours before job starts.


Service Rates

USD8/hour
I can offer personalised tour for you and your group

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Things to do in Thailand

1. Rod Fai Market

It is also known as the "Train Market", got its name from the original Rod Fai Night Market located next to the train tracks on the outskirts of Bangkok. The food section at Rod Fai is plentiful, you can get any foods ranging from traditional Thai street food, to Japanese desserts - all at the low prices that would expect from a night market.

 

2. The Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden

The hell garden is located at Sai 2, Soi 19, Saen Suk, close to Thailand's Bang Saen Beach. It is also known as "Thailand Hell Horror Park". The Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden is a monastery temple garden which meant to be describe and depict the Buddhist Hell. Explore this hell garden if you're interested in finding out the mysterious of Buddhist Hell.

 

3. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

The floating market is one of the closest to Bangkok’s city center and you don’t need to wake up early to get to the market. It’s not a big market but it has the most "local feeling" market compares to the other floating market, it is a great venue to stroll around for a couple of hours to taste the variety of Thai dishes and get the ‘local feeling’.

 

4. RCA

RCA stands for Royal City Avenue. It is Bangkok’s largest nightlife area. The good thing about RCA is that the people are authentic and there are barely hookers around the downside. There is always the young Thai folks that normally get sponsored by their rich parents and they are kind of showing off while standing together in groups and sipping their black label with soda and ice.

photo credits to novotelbangkokimpact.com

 

5. Mini Siam

Mini Siam is a famous miniature park attraction in Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand. It would be much better named Mini World since visitors will be crossing the Mini Europe garden first before entering Mini Siam. Mini Siam Pattaya is not just one of Pattaya's original family attractions but is also the city's longest running visitor sights. Mini Siam consists of Thailand's many religious and historical sites. You get to enter the beautiful Siam World when you are in Mini Siam.

 

6. Railay Beach

Towering limestone cliffs shelter incredible beaches, the most beautiful is Railay, also known as Rai Leh, is a small peninsula between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang in Thailand.

It has enough activities for the most adventurous while allowing those who just want to chill out in paradise. Railay is accessible only by boat due to the high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access, and it would be easier if you book a local guide on Nuflit to travel with you to the beach. Your local guide will show you around and you can get to experience what you want there by following your local guide. 

The activities they are providing are: Rock climbing courses, sunset cruise, Thai cooking course, sea kayaking, rafting/ ATV riding, jungle treks, elephant trekking, and Island snorkelling.

 

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