Following its South-east Asia debut in Singapore, US-based Leisure Pass Group (LPG), which runs multiple attraction pass platform Go City, has made its entry into Bangkok with Go Bangkok.
The flexible pass offers savings of up to 63 per cent on entrance tickets to 23 of the city’s most popular attractions and experiences, including the Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha Walking Tour, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise, as well as more unique experiences like the Tuk Tuk Night Tour and Go Bangkok Bicycle Tour.
There are two options for the Go Bangkok pass, each one designed for a different type of travel style.
The All-Inclusive pass targets sightseers who want to tackle as much of the city as possible. Passes covering two to five days are available, with rates starting from S$157 (US$113) for a two-day adult pass.
On the other hand, the Explorer pass is designed for travellers who prefer to take their time with only a few select attractions. This pass covers three to seven attractions which the traveller can choose. Prices start from S$101 for a three-choice adult pass.
The company will be launching a Pattaya add-on to the Go Bangkok pass, as well as more key cities around the region in the coming months, according to Jon Owen, CEO, LPG.
Go Bangkok passes can be purchased online at www.gocity.com/bangkok or on the Go City Pass app from App Store or Google Play.