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Go City | Bangkok All-Inclusive Pass
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Go City | Bangkok All-Inclusive Pass

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Availability: Valid for 2, 3, 4 or 5 calendar days
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Validity: Flexible
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  • Create your own itinerary from over 25 top choices and save up to 50%
  • Enjoy maximum flexibility! Do as much as you want over 2, 3, 4 or 5 days and cancel your unused pass up to 2 years after purchase
  • Download your digital pass and guide with attraction opening times and other useful tips directly on your mobile device
What to expect

Also called Krung Thep, or City of Angels in Thai, Bangkok is often described as the Venice of Asia for its beautiful temples and canals. It is definitely one of the most fascinating and intriguing cities in Asia. Explore it to the fullest whilst saving money with Go City's Bangkok All-Inclusive Pass! With this multi-attraction pass, you can create your own itinerary and save up to 50% compared to general admission prices*. Pick the best option for you between 2, 3, 4 or 5 days and show your pass directly from your mobile device to the 25+ participating attractions.

Every pass comes with a downloadable digital guide to help you organize your trip with attraction opening times and other useful tips to save time and make sightseeing easier. Visit the iconic Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and marvel at their opulence. Climb up to the 74th floor of the King Power Mahanakhon tower and admire breathtaking birds-eye views of the city. And no trip would be complete without a relaxing Thai massage. Your choice of 25+ attractions includes:

  • 2-Hour Meridian Dinner Cruise (International Buffet)
  • 90-Minute Authentic Thai Massage Treatment at Let’s Relax Spa
  • Ayutthaya One Day Tour (4 Temples)
  • Ancient City and Bangkok Canal Tour
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour
  • Grand Palace Walking Tour
  • King Power Mahanakhon Skywalk
  • Patpong Museum
  • Chao Phraya River Unlimited Hop-on Hop-off Boat with English-speaking Guide. Go! Thai Cooking School (Cooking Class With 5 Dishes)
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What's included
  • check Digital Go City Bangkok All-Inclusive Pass and guide
  • check 2, 3, 4 or 5-day admission to 25+ Bangkok attractions and tours
What to remember
  • It is important that you enter the email of the person that will be redeeming and using the pass at checkout. This information is required to redeem your pass
  • Savings of up to 50% based on sample itineraries as seen on Go City website
  • Enjoy maximum flexibility! All unused passes can be canceled for free up to 2 years after purchase date
  • The list of attractions can change at any time without notice. Check out each attraction’s website for updated information on admission policies, hours of operation, and special instructions for getting in before you go. Some attractions may require reservations or might be temporarily unavailable
  • Your All-Inclusive Pass is valid for 2 years from purchase date. Once used at your first attraction, your pass will be valid for the purchased number of days. Passes must be used on consecutive calendar days (not 24 hours). If you use your pass and 3 pm on Monday, your first day will expire at midnight so we suggest you start your day early to get the most out of your pass!
  • After your purchase, you will receive a digital pass with a unique QR code. Print it out or show it from your mobile device and at your selected attractions. A representative will scan the code on each traveler’s pass, granting you admission
  • Passes are personal and can't be transferred
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Go City
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the experience begins.

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    From United States of America - August 2023

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