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Go City | Bangkok Explorer Pass
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Go City | Bangkok Explorer Pass

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Availability: Valid for 60 days from first use
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Validity: Flexible
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  • Save up to 45% off general admission prices from a list of 25+ attractions and tours
  • Use your all-in-one digital pass and guide directly from your mobile device for easy contactless entry to your chosen attractions
  • Don't worry about any change of plans! Explore over 60 days from your first visit and cancel your unused pass up to 2 years after purchase
What to expect

If you want to explore few attractions with the flexibility to choose from a diverse selection, Go City's Bangkok Explorer Pass is the best choice for you. Save up to 50% compared to regular admission prices*, select 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 top Bangkok attractions from a list of over 25 and explore for 60 days from your first visit!

Before becoming Thailand's capital in 1782, Bangkok was a small fishing village located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. Now, it's a vibrant metropolis where the old and the new merge and ancient traditions blend with the rhythms of an ultra-modern city. Use the digital guide provided to decide your itinerary and simply show your pass at designated ticketing areas. The hardest part may be deciding where to go first!

Your choice of 25+ attractions includes:

  • 90-Minute Authentic Thai Massage Treatment at Let’s Relax Spa
  • King Power Mahanakhon Skywalk
  • Go! Thai Cooking School (Cooking Class With 5 Dishes)
  • Ancient City
  • Golden Dome Cabaret Show
  • Bangkok Canal Tour
  • Patpong Museum
  • 2-Hour Meridian Dinner Cruise (International Buffet)
  • Chao Phraya River Unlimited Hop-on Hop-off Boat with English-speaking Guide
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour
  • Grand Palace Walking Tour ...and more! Find out the most up-to-date lineup here.
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What's included
  • check Digital Go City Bangkok Explorer Pass and guide
  • check Admission to 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 attractions
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. Some attractions require a reservation or might be temporarily unavailable. Please check the individual attraction pages for up-to-date information on opening hours and closures
  • Your Explorer Pass is valid for 2 years from the purchase date. Once used at your first attraction, the pass will expire after 60 days and/or once you visited the number of attractions selected at checkout
  • 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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  • RoAnRo

    From Germany - September 2023

    Traveled with family

     

    25 - 34 years old

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    Wir waren als Familie zu fünft unterwegs. Wir hatten das 4er Ticket für 3 Tage Bangkok. Preis-Leistung ist super! Das buchen war sehr einfach. Ausserd ...

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