FAQ

How long is the tour?

Our tours are approximately 2hrs. 30mins. Much is depedant on the traffic.


What's the best time to take the tour?

We offer the tour between 9.30am and 5.00pm. The best times to take the tour however, is between 9.30am and 12noon and again between 2.30pm and 5.00pm, to stay clear of the heavy traffic hours, and the heat!


If there's something else we would like to see, can we add it to our tour?

Sure you can. But please, write to us, so we can fit it in to the route plan and brief your driver accordingly.


Are the tuk tuk drivers eloquent English speakers?

Our tuk tuk guides are authentic tuk tuk drivers by profession, so English is their second language. However, they are conversant in English so feel free to ask them whatever you need to, they have been doing this for a while!

What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing. It gets pretty humid, and during the monsoon, a little messy—but try to cover your knees and shoulders as you will be visiting a few religious places- a large shawl or sarong you can drape on top of your clothes at the temple is a great alternative too.


Do I need to pay for taking pictures?

No, you don't need to pay for taking pictures at any of the locations on the itinerary. However, if you would like, you are more than welcome to donate to the religious sites you are visiting, as many of them are heritage sites, under renovation, and accept cash donations to help fund the building.


Do I have to tip my tuk tuk guide?

It's entirely up to you. If you are happy with his services, then yes, by all means.


What if I get thirsty?

We've got a complimentary bottle of water for you