Central Thailand Bus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Central Thailand Bus & minivan tours

Bangkok: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with 24, 48 or 72-Hour Validity

1. Bangkok: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with 24, 48 or 72-Hour Validity

Discover Bangkok's gorgeous attractions at your own pace with a hop-on hop-off bus pass. Choose between passes valid for unlimited use for 24, 48, or 72 hours, and create your own flexible itinerary to see what you want to see. With the option of indoor or open-air seating on the double-decker bus, you can soak up views of the city how you please. As you go, listen to an informative audio guide available in 7 languages as you use the unlimited pass to ride the bus towards your next destination. The route is designed to both be awe-inspiring and time-effective. It combines prominent, must-see historical, religious, and cultural sights with modern lifestyle stops in Bangkok that you just can't miss. Buses depart every 60 minutes from the first bus stop from 9 AM until 3.00 PM, and the route from the first stop to the last stop takes around 3–3.5 hours. BUS STOPS • Siam Paragon • MBK Center • Samyan Mitrtown/Wat Hualumpong • Golden Buddha Temple/ Wat Trai Mit • China Town • Grand China Hotel/Dragon Temple Kammalawat • Loha Prasat/Pra Tu Phee • Khao San Road • Giant Swing • Wat Pho • Sanamluang/Royal Grand Palace • Wat Rakhangkhositaram • Wat Arun Rajvararam • ICONSIAM • Mahanakorn Skywalk • Patpong Night Market Customer Service Number/ whatsapp +66 64181 1234

From Chiang Mai: Chiang Rai and Golden Triangle Day Trip

2. From Chiang Mai: Chiang Rai and Golden Triangle Day Trip

Soak in the waters of the Mae Kajan hot springs and visit the White Temple on this day trip from Chiang Mai. Ride in an air-conditioned coach or van. Savor and authentic Thai lunch, tasty snacks, and fresh fruits. Go to a market on Don Sao Island, the Opium House Museum, and the Long Neck tribe. Depart Chiang Mai and journey towards Chiang Rai, stopping at the hot springs of Mae Kajan to soak your feet in the healing waters. Then, visit the temple of Wat Rong Khun and marvel at is white exterior inlaid with mirrored glass. Enter the "Golden Triangle" to see the city of Chiang Saen. Enjoy lunch at a famous restaurant before climbing aboard a boat for a ride along the Mekong River (optional). Cross into Laos and go to the market at Don Sao Island. Visit the Opium House Museum to learn more about opium and why it was once as expensive as gold.  Get the chance to stop at a hill tribe village en route back to Chiang Mai and meet the people of the Long Neck tribes.

Chiang Mai: Half-Day Ping River e-Bike Adventure

3. Chiang Mai: Half-Day Ping River e-Bike Adventure

Discover Chiang Mai and the Ping River in a unique way on an electric fat-tire bike. Ride over country paths, and admire rice fields, orchards and villages as you pass by. Depart from your accommodation, and make your way to the starting point in Nam Phrae, about 30 minutes south of the Chiang Mai old city center. At this point you'll pick up your comfortable fat-tire e-bike. Your experienced English-speaking guide will make sure that your day will be fun, safe, and unforgettable. Your 35-kilometer journey takes you through the beautiful scenery of Chiang Mai to the Ping River, passing interesting places along the way such as rice fields, orchards, and villages. Including some, but not too many, interesting stops. At the end of your tour, return back to the starting point to enjoy lunch (if you choose the morning ride option) or a snack (if you choose the afternoon ride option) before returning to your accommodation.

Bangkok: Private Mini-Coach Rental with Guide

4. Bangkok: Private Mini-Coach Rental with Guide

Let your professional mini-coach rental driver transport you safely and comfortably. The mini coach is suitable for a day tour with smaller groups, or for limited access areas with seating for groups of 19 passenger. An English-speaking guide will accompany you for your journey, and you can also customize almost any tour to suit your schedule. An expert local driver will also lead your sightseeing tour, providing you with safe and courteous service. Your knowledgeable staff can discuss custom tour options with you, as they specialize in custom tours through Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Kanchanaburi, or Pattaya. Whether this is your first time in Thailand or your hundredth, let your guides assist you in creating a unique sightseeing tour.

Bangkok: Kanchanaburi & Erawan Waterfalls Spanish Tour

5. Bangkok: Kanchanaburi & Erawan Waterfalls Spanish Tour

Discover Kanchanaburia and hear the WW2 stories behind this historical place, explore the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, and walk through the beautiful Erawan Waterfalls National Park on a private tour led by a Spanish-speaking guide. Get picked up from your hotel lobby by your knowledgeable Spanish-speaking guide and make your way to Kanchanaburi in a comfortable air-conditioned van.  Hear more about Thailand and its history on your way to visit the background sites from WW2. Your first stop will be the War Cemetery and Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. Learn how this cemetery contains the remains of 6,982 allies prisoners of war who perished during the construction of "The Dead Railway". Next, visit the landmark of Kanchanaburi, the Bridge of the River Kwai, where you can admire the views of the picturesque river. This is " Death Railway Train", created by Japanese soldiers during World War 2. Afterward, eat lunch at a local restaurant. Lastly, head over to the Erawan Waterfalls National Park where you can enjoy walking trails, running water, and undisturbed wildlife characterizes this peaceful area. Forget all about the busy streets of Bangkok for a while. This natural paradise is the perfect place to breathe in the fresh country air and enjoy the sound of nature. You will depart from Erawan Waterfalls around 3.15 pm and head back to Bangkok. You will be dropped off at your hotel around 18:00 - 19:00.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,673 reviews

Great way to see the city in the comfort of a bus, both air con and roof top options. Loved the facts ! Wish there were more! I did 24 hours over 2 days and if I was staying longer I’d extend my pass. Sometimes you might have to wait in sun or shade for the next bus, but if you time your trips well you can see each sight you want to see, using it as a cool way to taxi or just have a break in the aircon and watch the busy city go by

A very informative activity to do as you arrive in Bangkok to get an overall feeling of the city and its interesting places to visit. We used English description as language choice and it was ver clear. Would strongly recommend and also got some lovely photos.

A very authentic tour, the bus comes when it comes and cannot stick to a schedule because of traffic. Great food stalls every few meters invite you to linger and make the wait tasty.

Fantastic trip, 100% recommended to everyone Great bikes, informative guide and lovely flat 35km route

Great way to see so many of the sites and heat about the history.