Ko Kret Tour


Ko Kret located in Pak Kret district, Nonthaburi province, northwest of Bangkok.
Ko Kret is a small islet beside the Chao Phraya River. You can ride a boat from Bangkok or just across The Chao Phraya River from Pak Kret district.

Ko Kret actually it is mostly the communities of Thailand’s Mon people, immigrated from their homeland in Burma (Myanmar), have been living there for few centuries now, still preserving their lifestyle as good as before.
When you get in Ko Kret, you can make a leisurely walk along the elevated walkway which rings the islet, wander through the villages to see lifestyle of locals, many locals set there home as a shop present their culture, local product, little nice restaurants with local Mon food, food stall, souvenir shops…. etc There’re many ceramic houses, Mon-style pottery, handicraft houses, and a village in one canal where they demonstrate how to make thai sweet desert etc
I think this is a great place to get away for a day from busy Bangkok, spend a day exploring by foot or even ride a bike around.
Another major attraction of Ko Kret is its ancient temples of the Ayutthaya period, I found they are very beautiful and in a quiet atmosphere.
Program        Operate : Daily Half Day

• Private Tour
• A Private English-Speaking Guide
• A Private Transport From — To Hotel
• Admission tickets
• Tollway
• * Boat