Step into a world where the past and present merge beautifully in Bangkok’s most iconic landmarks. This tour invites you to be the protagonist in a captivating journey through history and culture. Begin at Museum Siam, where interactive displays make history come alive, offering a thrilling adventure into Thailand’s rich heritage. Next, feel the pulse of ancient rhythms at the historic Drum Tower, a monument that has stood the test of time. As you wander to the Royal Clock Tower, let its intricate design and timeless elegance inspire you. Your journey culminates at the Bangkok City Pillar Shrine, a sacred site that connects you deeply to the city’s spiritual heart. This tour is more than just sightseeing; it’s an immersive experience that places you at the center of Bangkok’s vibrant story, making it an unforgettable adventure for those who seek to discover the city’s hidden gems.

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  • Explore Museum Siam's captivating blend of history and innovation.
  • Discover the Drum Tower's historical significance in Bangkok's heart.
  • Be enchanted by the Royal Clock Tower's architectural splendor.


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Museum Siam Entrance fees - 100 THB (approximately €2.50)

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Museum Siam

    Dive into Thailand's rich cultural tapestry at Museum Siam, where interactive exhibits blend history with modern storytelling.

  • 2

    Drum Tower

    Drum Tower is a historic building in Bangkok that was built in 1782 on the side of Sanam Chai Road, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, next to Wat Pho and the Territorial Defense Command.

  • 3

    Royal Clock Tower

    Krom Khun Rahtsihawikrom, a son of King Rama III, created Rattanakosin's spotless white Royal Clock Tower at the request of King Rama IV. The construction resembles a watch tower and is 10 wah tall, or around 20 metres. It features four balconies and a little cube-like structure in the centre of the top level with a pinnacle with four dials. It originally stood opposite the terrace of the Chakri Throne Hall (fig. ), but was dismantled during the reign of King Rama V and relocated to its current location, where it is hidden in plain sight, as one's attention is usually diverted by the many other historical and important places of interest in the area.

  • 4

    Bangkok City Pillar Shrine

    The City Pillar Shrine, located across the street from the eastern wall of Wat Phra Kaeo to the southeast of Sanam Luang, has a wooden pillar constructed by King Rama I in 1782 to commemorate the capital's establishment. The pillar's spirit is revered as the city's guardian god, with hundreds of Thai devotees flocking daily to pay tribute and offer prayers.

Meeting Point

We will meet at the main entrance of Museum Siam
4 Sanam Chai Rd, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.