In the past few years, Bangkok has become one of the most famous foodie towns in the region. We see many food-related walking tours of the city, taking both locals and visitors through the back streets in search of delicious dishes.
But there’s a different kind of walking tour not many know to exist. Led by a long-time expat of Bangkok, Justin Dunne, we present ‘Bangkok Haunt.’ A clandestine organisation dedicated to exploring the streets of Bangkok for all their scary and creepy factors. It also brings about some of the best and high-end spooky attractions in Asia.
Came into existence since the 19th century but only recently decided to come out from its dark mouldy corners, we wouldn’t recommend the tour to those who do not like a good scare.
At the moment, the tour focuses around the Chinatown and the old town neighbourhood with hopes to expand into other areas of Bangkok in the future.
It is neither for the weak of will or faint of heart. The Bangkok Haunt walking tour is a very comprehensive, inclusive, and draining nine hours with rest stops and food stops in between. They do ask that the explorers stay for the entire tour. While the guide tried to shorten the trip, it hasn’t been successful.
The venues included in the tour aren’t revealed; one has to participate to find out. All explorers must sign a waiver at the start, and it is not recommended for children under 13 years old.
The tour will start at noon and run late into the evening. The journey is priced at B2,500 per person; each round is limited to only four persons. Bangkok Haunt donates 15% of the proceeding to developing housing in
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