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Bangkok on Foot

If you are interested in getting around Bangkok on foot, the Tourist Authority of Thailand has issued a Bangkok Walking Guide booklet containing the 15 best Bangkok Walking Tours with maps. These can be obtained from TAT offices on New Phetchaburi Road, Ratchadamnoen Road and at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Alternatively, click on the links below to view the maps and our Bangkok on foot guides to the walks complete with directions and photos.



Bangkok isn’t the best city for walking any long distances due to the heat and humidity, especially in the hot season. Heat exhaustion can be a problem and creeps up on you. In the rainy season, you may encounter heavy storms, lightning, and localized flooding. Rattanakosin Island, Ratchaprasong Shopping District, and Chinatown are all easily walkable areas of the city.

Bangkok Walking Maps

Bangkok on Foot – Yaowarat

This Bangkok walking tour features Wat Traimit, Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, the Odeon Circle, Wat Kanmatuyaram, Thian Fah Foundation Hospital & more.

Bangkok on foot

Read our guide: https://touristbangkok.com/yaowarat-walking-guide/



Nang Loeng & Khlong Phadung

This walk features the Royal Plaza, Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, Wat Benchamabophit, Paratsukawan Palace,

the Police Museum & more.Bangkok on foot


Bangkok on Foot

Thonburi – Kudi Chin community

This walk features Wat Arun, Wat Kalayanamitr, Kian Un Keng Shrine, Wat Prayoon, Santa Cruz Church, Memorial

Bridge and more.Walking in Bangkok



Bang Lamphu, Wang Na & Tha Tien

This walk features the Grand Palace, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Exhibition, Wat Mahathat, Tha Tian market &

more.Walking in Bangkok




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Sao Ching Cha, Dinso Road, Chaopho Suea Shrine

This walk features the Giant Swing, Wat Suthat, Chaopho Suea Shrine, Wat Theptidaram, the Golden Mount,

Loha Prasat and more.

Bangkok on foot  Map


Samsen – Thewet

This walk features Saint Francis Xavier & Immaculate Conception churches as well as Wat Ratchathiwat, the National Library & Thewet flower market.

Bangkok Walking TourMap


Bangrak – Silom

This walk features Assumption Cathedral, Wat Suan Phlu, Bangkok Folk Museum, Sri MahaMariamman temple & the old General Post Office.Bangkok Walking Tour





Bobe Market – Ratchaprasong

This walk features Bobae market, Jim Thompson House, National Stadium, Bangkok Art & Cultural Centre,

Siam Paragon, Central World, Erawan Shrine and more.

Bangkok Walking TourMap

Bangkok on Foot

Bang Lamphu

This walk features Wat Bowonniwet, Wat Sam Phraya, Wat Mai Amatarod, Wat Tri Thotsathep, Khaosan Road and


Getting around Bangkok on footMap


Old City – Phranakorn

This walk features Loha Prasat, Wat Theptidaram, Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall, Wat Saket, Mahakan

Fort, the Ban Bat community and more.Getting around Bangkok on Foot


Bangkok on Foot

Wang Lang

This walk features Wat Lokayaram, Ton Son Mosque, Wat Hongratanaram, Wat Nak Klang, Siraraj Museum & more.   Getting around Bangkok on foot



Yaowarat Buk Ruk Street Art

This walk features the General Post Office, Buk Ruk Street Art, Holy Rosary Church, Chao Hon Wong Kung

Shrine, Soi Heng Tai Mansion, Chao Zhou Shi Kong Shrine, Wat Traimit & more. Bangkok on foot



Khlong San – Tha Din Daeng

This walk features the Guan Yin Shrine, the Red Mosque, the Chee Chin Khor Pagoda, Wat Thong Nophakhun, Wat

Pitchaya Yati Karam, the King Taksin Monument and more.

Bangkok on footMap

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Bangkok on Foot

Ban Mo – Sampheng

This walk features Saranrom Park, Wat Ratchabophit, Sala Chalermkrung, Old Siam Plaza, Wat Pho, Little India, Wat Ratchaburana, Pak Khlong Talat Flower Market, Yodpiman River Walk & more.

Bangkok on footMap


Talat Phlu – Chom Tong

This walk features Wat Chantaram, the King Taksin Shrine, Wat Ratchakhue, Wat Intharam, Wat Nang Ratchawihan, Wat Ratchaorasaram and more.

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