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Bangkok is a beautiful amalgamation of ancient and modern. It is one of the most visited cities in the world and has a lot of things to offer tourists. Ancient palaces, beautiful temples, amazing street food, flower markets, and lots more. 

But, with such a big and crowded city, it can be difficult to get around town on your own to visit all of its exciting attractions. 

This makes hop-on hop-off Bangkok a blessing in disguise. Hop-on hop-off buses stop at multiple major attractions of the city and you have the option to pick and choose which spots you want to visit. It’s as simple as it sounds; you can hop on a bus, travel to any of the attractions in the city, and then hop right off, with no strings attached. 

Read on to find out more about the hop-on hop-off bus services in Bangkok.

Why Choose Bangkok Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours?

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Hop-on hop-off Bangkok Tours are the easiest and most convenient way to experience the sights and sounds of this large city.

  • Double-decker Buses: Discover the city in a comfortable double-decker bus that offers an excellent vantage point.
  • See All the Landmarks: When you ride the bus, you can see all the major attractions in the city so you can rest assured that you will not miss out on anything.
  • Save Money: Since the buses stop at all the major attractions, you can save money on transportation when compared to visiting each landmark on your own.
  • Audio Commentary: Listen to audio commentary about the attraction you pass in 7 languages while you soak in the culture and history.

Your Bangkok Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Options Explained

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Siam Hop

  • Choose between 24, 48, and 72 hours tickets for a Siam Hop on Hop Off Bus tour
  • There are 49 stops that cover all attractions with 4 routes – Heritage Route, CBD Route, Entertainment Route, and Shopping Route
  • Popular stops include the Grand Palace, Golden Mount, National Museum, Chatuchak Market, China Town, and the Flower Market
  • Ride in a double-decker bus with audio commentary on board in 7 different languages including English, Thai, Bahasa Indonesian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean

Cancelation Policy: Tickets once booked cannot be canceled.

Discounted Ticket: Ages 5 and below go free. Ages 6-12yrs enjoy reduced pricing with a valid photo ID.

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Giant City Tour

  • Choose from 24, 48, and 72-hour Hop-on-Hop-off Passes
  • Get on and off at 15 stops across one distinct route, with buses running every 40-50 minutes.
  • Popular stops include the famous Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho, the Golden Mount, Little India, China Town, Giant Swing, Khao San Road, and the Marble Temple. 
  • Onboard the bus you will get complimentary headphones and a free map
  • There is also GPS-based audio commentary available in 4 languages – English, German, French, and Chinese. 

Cancelation Policy: These tickets can't be canceled or rescheduled.

Discounted Ticket: Children aged 4 and under ride for free. Children between the ages of 4-12 enjoy reduced pricing, with a valid photo ID.

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Elephant GOGO

  • Get 24, 48, or 72 hours tickets for an Elephant GOGO Hop on Hop Off Bus tour
  • There is one route with 16 stops covering all of Bangkok’s top attractions.
  • Popular stops include the Temple of Dawn, Khaosan Road, Siam Square, Wat Arun, MBK, Central World, and Siam Paragon.
  • Ride in an open-air double-decker bus with free Wi-Fi and audio commentary in 8 different languages so you can learn about the city. 
  • Audio guides available in English, Thai, French, German, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese

Cancelation Policy: Tickets once booked cannot be canceled.

Discounted Ticket: Children aged 6 - 12 whose height is 150 cm or less enjoy reduced prices on their tickets.

Bangkok Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Timetable

Siam Hop 

  • Heritage Route: 9 AM – 8:30 PM with a frequency of 30 minutes
  • CBD Route: 9:40 AM – 7:05 PM with a frequency of 30 minutes
  • Shopping Route: 9 AM – 8:50 PM with a frequency of 60 minutes
  • Entertainment Route: 9:50 AM – 9 PM with a frequency of 60 minutes. 

Giant City Tour

  • Timings: 8:30 AM to 4 PM.
  • Frequency: Every 40-50 minutes

Elephant GOGO

  • Timings: 9 AM to 4:20 PM.
  • Frequency: Every 40 minutes

Bangkok Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Route

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Bangkok Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Highlights

Grand Palace

Built by Rama I in 1782, this traditional Thai palace complex is quite magnificent. It houses the royal residence, administrative offices of the king, and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.

Wat Arun Ratchawararam

Wat Arun is a glittering Buddhist temple built on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River that was built during the 17th-19th centuries and is named for the Hindu god Aruṇa.

Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho)

Wat Pho is a Buddhist temple complex located on Rattanakosin Island. Also called the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, it houses the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand.

Lumphini Park

Lumphini Park is a public park in Bangkok, named after Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha. It has trees, playgrounds, a public Library, and even an artificial lake where visitors can rent boats.

National Museum Bangkok

The Bangkok National Museum is one of the largest museums in Southeast Asia, and was established in 1874 by King Chulalongkorn. It features exhibits of Thai art and history from the 7th century on.

Wat Saket (The Golden Mount)

Wat Saket is a Buddhist temple built atop a steep artificial hill. It dates back to the Ayutthaya era in Thailand (then called Siam) and has many many important Buddhist artifacts. It was renovated by King Rama I in the 18th century.

Chatuchak Market

Also known as JJ Market, the Chatuchak Weekend Market is the world's largest and most diverse weekend market. It sells everything from clothes, accessories, antiques, food, and anything else you can think of.

The Erawan Museum

Located in the suburbs of Bangkok, the Erawan Museum is famous for being shaped like a giant three-headed elephant. The three stories inside the elephant contain artifacts,  heritage, and religious objects.

Floating Markets

Bangkok has a number of floating markets where goods like flowers, fruits, vegetables, and cooked food are sold from river boats. Popular destinations include Khlong Lat Mayom, Taling Chan, and Wat Saphan Floating Markets.

Dream World

Dream World is an amusement park that is home to a variety of rides and attractions, catering to children across all age groups. These include three roller coasters, a snow park, a giant water slide, and a Haunted Mansion.

SEA LIFE Bangkok

Sea Life Bangkok is the largest aquarium in South East Asia. It has hundreds of different species on display in exhibits and aims to provide both entertainment and education to visitors.

Safari World

Safari World is an entertainment park spread across over 500 acres. Here you can visit various attractions, like a marine park, a zoo and jungle safari, a bird park, a jungle cruise, and various animal shows.

Hop On Hop Off Bangkok Visitor Tips and Guidelines

  • Buy your tickets online in advance and research the routes you want to explore.
  • Set out for your tour as early in the morning as possible. That way, you will be able to see more of the city.
  • Be flexible with your itinerary. Bangkok has many wonderful sights to see all over town, so be prepared to go out of your planned schedule.
  • Some of the attractions like museums need separate tickets. Note which attractions have tickets available online so you can book early and save time.
  • Dress in relaxing clothing if you are planning to take a lot of stops on your way. Don’t forget to wear comfortable footwear as well.
  • If you are going to visit temples, then please wear clothes that cover the knees and shoulders
  • Since Bangkok can get quite sunny, remember to put on sunblock before going on the tour and to carry sunglasses.
  • Please carry water bottles and snacks to keep hydrated and full on your tour of the city.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bangkok Hop On Hop Off

Q. Does Bangkok have a hop-on hop-off bus tour?

A. Yes, Bangkok has various hop-on hop-off bus tour operators, each with their own unique routes.

Q. Where can I buy Bangkok hop-on hop-off tickets?

A. You can purchase Bangkok Hop on hop off bus tour tickets online.

Q. Are Bangkok hop-on hop-off tickets available online?

A. Yes, you can buy Bangkok hop-on hop-off tickets online here.

Q. How much does hop on hop off bus cost in Bangkok?

A. There are various hop-on hop-off bus tours, and their tickets which begin from 850 Thai bahts.

Q. How do hop on hop off buses work in Bangkok?

A. Hop-on hop-off buses are tourist buses that allow you to board and leave whenever you like and sightsee at your own convenience

Q. How often are the hop-on hop-off buses in Bangkok?

A. Bangkok hop-on hop-off bus tours run at a frequency of 30 to 40 minutes.

Q. Are there audio guides on the Bangkok hop-on hop-off bus tours?

A. Yes, you will get access to audio guides available in up to 8 languages, to help you learn more about the city.

Q. Are Bangkok hop-on hop-off bus tours accessibility-friendly?

A. Yes, the hop-on hop-off tours in Amsterdam are accessibility-friendly for wheelchair users.