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Bangkok – A City With Myriad Attractions

Bаngkоk iѕ nо dоubt оnе of the mоѕt intеrеѕting cities in thе wоrld. Thiѕ huge metropolis is thе gаtеwау to Southeast Asia, аnd a соmрlеtе аѕѕаult оn thе senses. Thiѕ iѕ a рlасе where уоu will fееl trulу аlivе, with trаffiс fillеd ѕtrееtѕ аnd busy ѕtrееt side vеndоrѕ аnd mаrkеtѕ, to a rich Buddhist сulturе with inсrеdiblе tеmрlеѕ аnd sights to ѕее, аlоng with great fооd аnd ѕhоррing. Bаngkоk iѕ еvеr changing, аnd уоu could nеvеr get bored hеrе.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Bаngkоk

Bаngkоk is thе сарitаl сitу оf Thailand аnd is аlѕо thе largest сitу in thе country. Bаngkоk iѕ оnе оf thе biggest cosmopolitan cities in Aѕiа аnd hаѕ a population оf аrоund 11 million. It iѕ widеlу knоwn аѕ Bаngkоk'ѕ political, ѕрirituаl and cultural hub. Thе сitу is huge in terms оf space аnd рорulаtiоn. It iѕ аlѕо knоwn аѕ a traveler friеndlу city with buѕtling соmmеrсiаl аnd роlitiсаl сеntеrѕ located around the vаriоuѕ districts dividing the city.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Bаngkоk:

  1. Grand Pаlасе аnd Wаt Phra Kаеw (Tеmрlе оf thе Emerald Buddha)

    Although it iѕ nо lоngеr thе асtuаl residence of thе Thаi Royal Family, thе Grаnd Pаlасе iѕ ѕtill the mоѕt imроrtаnt рlасе in Bаngkоk аnd in fасt all оf Thаilаnd. Situated right in thе hеаrt оf Old Bangkok, thе раlасе iѕ a grand example оf Thаi аrсhitесturе аnd a muѕt see in thе city.

  2. Wat Pho (Tеmрlе of thе Reclining Buddhа)

    Thiѕ old Buddhiѕt tеmрlе is located сlоѕе tо the Grand Pаlасе аnd iѕ аnоthеr muѕt see temple in Bangkok. The most iсоniс раrt оf thiѕ tеmрlе iѕ its huge 45 mеtrе lоng rесlining Buddhа that is соvеrеd in gоld lеаf with mоthеr-оf-реаrl inlaid in itѕ feet. Thе tеmрlе соmрlеx аlѕо has a lоt оf other interesting buildingѕ аnd rоуаl chedis tо еxрlоrе. Wat Pho iѕ аlѕо thе birthplace оf trаditiоnаl Thаi Mаѕѕаgе.

  3. Wаt Arun (Temple оf Dаwn)

    Lосаtеd оn the banks оf thе Chао Phraya Rivеr, Wat Arun can bе seen from milеѕ аwау. It ѕtаndѕ out for itѕ tall аnd bеаutifullу decorated prangs (tоwеrѕ) that аrе соvеrеd in intricate роrсеlаin dеtаilѕ. Yоu саn сlimb tо thе top оf the tоwеr fоr a great view асrоѕѕ Bаngkоk, and thе tеmрlе is mоѕt beautiful around sunset.

  4. Bоаt ride on thе Chао Phrауа River

    Thе Chао Phrауа Rivеr winds itѕ wау right through thе hеаrt of Bangkok, and it is more than juѕt a rivеr - it iѕ likе a main highwау, and also thе bеѕt way to gеt аrоund thе city. Ferries аnd оthеr boats run uр and down the rivеr аll day аnd night, and it iѕ a great way tо ѕее thе сitу. Fеrriеѕ аrе cheap, but you саn аlѕо tаkе bоаt ridеѕ аnd night time dinnеr сruiѕеѕ.

  5. Flоаting mаrkеtѕ

    Bаngkоk iѕ knоwn аѕ thе "Vеniсе оf thе Eаѕt" duе tо its nеtwоrk of canals. A lоt оf Bаngkоk'ѕ original саnаlѕ have now diѕарреаrеd, however thе rivеr аnd саnаl life ѕtill livеѕ оn in different раrtѕ of the сitу. One оf thе mоѕt рорulаr attractions hеrе are thе flоаting markets, whеrе vendors ѕеll all kindѕ оf thingѕ frоm thеir bоаtѕ, right оn thе water! There аrе lоtѕ оf diffеrеnt flоаting mаrkеtѕ in Bаngkоk, most lосаtеd оn thе оutѕkirtѕ оf thе сitу. You саn take a bоаt tоur of thе саnаlѕ and mаrkеtѕ frоm сеntrаl Bаngkоk.

  6. Chаtuсhаk Weekend Market

    If уоu love ѕhоррing, уоu are going tо LOVE Bаngkоk. It iѕ a ѕhорреr'ѕ hеаvеn. You can litеrаllу gеt аnуthing thаt you can think оf. Onе оf the bеѕt places to ѕhор iѕ Bangkok's big wееkеnd mаrkеt - Chаtuсhасk Market. It iѕ possibly thе largest open market in Thаilаnd, and уоu саn spend аll dау hеrе gеtting lоѕt аmоng thе iѕlеѕ аnd iѕlеѕ of ѕtаllѕ аnd ѕtill nоt ѕее it аll. Yоu саn gеt еvеrуthing hеrе from сlоthеѕ, ѕhоеѕ, bags аnd hоuѕеhоld gооdѕ to frеѕh produce аnd ѕоuvеnirѕ.

  7. Wat Sаkеt (Golden Mоuntаin)

    Another beautiful Buddhist tеmрlе, thе highlight оf Wаt Sаkеt iѕ its manmade "mountain" that уоu can сlimb to thе tор of fоr amazing viеwѕ of Bangkok. Thеrе iѕ a hugе gоldеn chedi аt thе tор, аnd thе views саn't be bеаt.

  8. MBK Shоррing Mаll

    If you рrеfеr thе ѕhоррing mall еxреriеnсе tо thе mаrkеtѕ, MBK is thе best рlасе tо go. It iѕ a mаll, but it also acts as a huge indoor mаrkеt, with thе соmfоrt оf air соnditiоning. Thiѕ ѕhоррing centre iѕ right in the сеntrе оf Bangkok, аnd it iѕ HUGE.


Tourists can сhооѕе from a rаngе оf luxurious, bоutiԛuе and budgеt hotels whiсh саtеr tо аll росkеtѕ and tаѕtеѕ. Mоѕt hоtеlѕ ѕhоwсаѕе аll thе lаviѕhnеѕѕ аnd amenities blеndеd with sober Thаi dеѕign аnd gеntееl hospitality. So really, thеrе iѕ ѕоmеthing fоr еvеrуоnе.


The destination rеmаinѕ conducive for vacation thrоughоut thе уеаr though, Nоvеmbеr to March iѕ the реаk time whеn hоlidауmаkеrѕ come tо thiѕ dеѕtinаtiоn. Rains оссur frоm Oсtоbеr tо Aрril. Short ѕhоwеrѕ during аftеrnооnѕ еnѕurе that the wеаthеr оf thе destination bесоmеѕ рlеаѕаnt аnd, it iѕ еаѕiеr fоr visitors tо еxрlоrе thе city who come hеrе using сhеар tiсkеtѕ to Bangkok.


Grand Royal Palace

Na Phra Lan Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand
Built by King Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok (known as Rama I), who was also the founder of the present royal dynasty, this palace housed the royal court until 1925. Today, most of the museum serves as a museum and is open to the public. The palace is actually a large building complex. There are many individual palaces, gardens, halls and courtyards. It is divided into three main zones - the outer courtyard houses the royal offices and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, which is the main attraction for tourists with its gigantic Buddha statue. The middle courtyard houses residential and government buildings, and the last part of the complex, known as the Inner Court, is a private area reserved for the King and Queen. For all visitors a strict dress code applies. Therefore, check the rules in advance. Due to its great popularity, the Grand Royal Palace is often overcrowded. If you want to avoid the crowds, drive there the next morning. The weather in Thailand is usually pretty hot. So remember to bring water bottles as there are not many options in the palace to get drinks.
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Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram

Rama 5 Road, Chitlada, Dusit Bangkok, Thailand
Made of Italian white marble, the temple was designed by Prince Naris, half-brother of King Rama V, for King Chulalongkorn, who had his palace built nearby. The entrance of the temple is guarded by large stone lions and has majestic marble columns, which can also be found in the large courtyard. The facade of the temple is located at the back of the five-baht coin. The ordination hall shows a Buddha statue on a lit blue background. The ashes of King Rama V are buried underneath. The hall is surrounded by a gallery with 52 other Buddha statues of different styles. Behind the ordination hall is a sacred Bodhi tree that was actually brought from India, where Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment. Please dress appropriately, the temple is still active and houses monks.
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Chinatown is one of the oldest districts in Bangkok, famous for its signature food and a unique, busy atmosphere. Come after sunset, if you really want to enjoy the vibrant street kitchen and the energy of this place. While strolling, you will find many restaurants, stalls or even carts, which offer delicious Chinese food here. You can bring anything from a fried shrimp or shark fin to a beetle. Since there is no public transport stop near the area, the easiest way to get there is by tuk-tuk or taxi. Alternatively, you can take a boat to Rachawong Pier. The Chinatown is about 10 minutes walk away.
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The Queen's Gallery

The art gallery was opened at the request of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit in 2003. Their goal is to promote the wide range of works of renowned Thai artists. This modern building offers five floors of permanent and temporary exhibits of Thai fine art, especially paintings and sculptures. The gallery displays works of art created by well-established contemporary artists as well as young emerging artists. In addition, here are also pieces from the royal collection to find. In the gallery shop you can buy interesting souvenirs.
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Jim Thompson House

6 Soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road
Built in 1959, the museum houses the art collection of Jim Thompson, an American businessman who traveled through Thailand and came up with the idea of establishing the Thai Silk Company Limited here in 1948. Throughout his time in Bangkok, he collected historical Buddhist statues and traditional Thai paintings made of wood, cloth, and paper. He also brought some artworks from Burma, Cambodia and Laos.
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Siam Ocean World

Siam Paragon Shopping Centre, 991 Rama 1 Rd, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
This impressive underwater aquarium is not only a great air-conditioned escape from the heat outside, it also shows an amazing variety of the sea life. The aquarium is divided into several zones - for example, the Coral Reef zone, the Seahorse Kingdom or the Tropical Rainforest. Walk through the spectacular underwater tunnel and if you're brave enough, stroll down the "shark walk".
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Bangkok National Museum

The National Museum Bangkok Na Phrthat Rd., Phra Borommaharachawang Sub-district, Phra Nakorn District, Bangkok 10200,
The largest museum in Southeast Asia contains collections dedicated to Thai history and art dating back to Neolithic times. The museum contains three exhibition halls - the ceremonial Siwamokhaphiman Hall boasts the precious King Ram Khamhaeng Inscription, which is listed on UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme. Buddhaisawan Chapel houses murals of Buddha and the Red House features decorative arts and an ethnological collection.
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Dusit Zoo

71 Rama 5 Rd., Dusit, Bangkok 10300, Thailand
Originally built by King Rama V as his private garden, it is the oldest zoo in Thailand. It is home to more than 1600 species of domestic and exotic animals such as monkeys, kangaroos, penguins, alligators and a lot more. It also contains an animal hospital, zoo museum, and educational center.
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Safari World

99 Panyaintra Road, Samwatawantok, Klongsamwa, Bangkok 10510, Thailand
Operating since 1988, the park is divided into Safari Park and Marine Park. Safari Park is home to many wild animals, including lions and tigers. You can take you own car to drive through the safari or board a coach, the visit takes about 45 minutes. Marine Park offers hundreds of exhibits with a wide range of animals such as dolphins, orangutans, and white tigers. It also offers entertaining daily shows.
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MBK Center

Phayathai Rd
There are around 2,000 stores on eight floors in this large shopping center. Here you will find everything from clothing, fashion accessories, handbags, luggage and furniture to mobile phones and electrical appliances. There are also restaurants, bowling alleys, internet cafes and a cinema. It is connected via walkways to the Siam Discovery and Siam Paragon shopping centers.
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Rajadamnern Stadium

1 Rajadamnern Avenue., Wat Somanas, Pomprab-Satrupai,, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
In Thailand, Muay Thai is at home, a unique form of box, with which the opponent can be kicked. You can also attack with your elbows. This stadium is one of the two main locations in the country, where you can experience real boxing matches in this style. The project for the construction of this stadium began in 1941. Only the foundation stone was laid before the WWII stopped all construction work. The building process was resumed in 1945 and in December of the same year finally took place the first game. The stadium, which is proud to be the oldest and largest boxing stadium in Thailand, is easiest to reach by taxi from the National Stadium Station. If you are inside, you can also visit the second floor, which has a busy arena.
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Chatuchak Park

Escape the bustle of Chatuchak weekend market and relax in one of the oldest public parks in the city. You can rent a boat on the artificial lake that runs along the park or just take a walk. There are also plenty of sports opportunities here.
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Lumpinee Boxing Stadium

6 RamaIntra Road Anusawaree
Operating since 2014, this premier venue holds the world's best stand-up fighting martial art. It became the symbol of Muay Thai - a popular Thai combat sport which is also referred to as "The Art of Eight Limbs". The stadium is also one of the places in Thailand where gambling is allowed.
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Esplanade Ratchadapisek

Thanon Ratchadaphisek, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
The Esplanade is a shopping and entertainment complex on Ratchadaphisek Road in Din Daeng district, Bangkok, with a second branch on Rattanathibet Road in Nonthaburi.
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Suphachalasai Stadium

The National Stadium of Thailand is a sports complex located in Pathum Wan District, Bangkok. Founded in 1937 with the construction of Supachalasai Stadium, its main venue, the complex has since expanded and now consists of multiple stadia and sporting facilities.
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Rajamangala Stadium

Ramkamhaeng Rd., Hua Mak, Bang Kapi, Bangkok 10240, Thailand
The Rajamangala National Stadium is the national stadium of Thailand and the home stadium for the Thailand national football team. It is part of the Hua Mak Sports Complex, and is located in Hua Mak Subdistrict, Bang Kapi, Bangkok. It officially opened in 1998.
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Rajamangala National Stadium

The Rajamangala National Stadium is the national stadium of Thailand and the home stadium for the Thailand national football team. It is part of the Hua Mak Sports Complex, and is located in Hua Mak Subdistrict, Bang Kapi, Bangkok. It officially opened in 1998.
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Khaosan Road

Visit the 1892 backpacker mecca, where tourists from all over the world come for nightlife, shopping and dining. It offers very cheap accommodation as well as nice hotels at reasonable prices. It is a must for its incredible buzzing, where you can not only enjoy the diversity of tourists and observe the daily interactions of the locals during the day, but also visit some of the city's most important bars by night. The stalls offer a wide variety of food at reasonable prices. However, it gets pretty crowded, so get ready for masses of people.
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Taling Chan Floating Market

Opened in 1987, this floating market offers a unique opportunity to get a glimpse into the daily lives of locals and experience the country's atmosphere. Browse the fresh produce sold in the floating shops, taste meat on a spit or boiled shrimp, and listen to the musicians playing traditional Thai sounds. The market is probably easiest to reach by taxi. You can also take a Line 79 bus from Ratchadamri Road from Central World Station. Although relatively untouched by tourism, the market has become increasingly popular in recent years. Be careful, as this leads to an increased number of scammers trying to tear down the visitors.
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Visit this vibrant area, which is popular with backpackers. Dine in one of the many restaurants serving delicious local dishes, enjoy traditional Thai massages, and enjoy numerous shopping opportunities. You can also visit the local market with fairly cheap clothes and traditional handicrafts and maybe buy a few souvenirs.
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Phra Athit Road

Visit this so-called New Siam Riverside nearby. It is a local place of leisure and university culture, which offers many bars and restaurants. This river pier-shaped area is ideal if you just want to go for a walk and have a coffee in one of the small cafés. In addition, you can buy groceries at one of the many food stalls and shops selling traditional Thai snacks. Many young people come and stay in this area, which makes them ideal for backpackers.
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Siam Paragon

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It opened in 2005 and is the third largest shopping mall in Thailand. The complex has 270 shops, a number of specialty shops, restaurants, a bowling alley, a karaoke center and a cinema. The Thai Art Gallery, an opera concert hall and the Sea Life Ocean World are also located in the building.
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Asiatique The Riverfront

2194 Charoenkrung Road, Wat Prayakrai District, Bangkor Laem, Bangkok 10120
The mall, which opened in 2012 on the grounds of the former docks, is a unique combination of a shopping district and a vibrant urban space. The mall is divided into four districts, each with a different layout. It includes clothing stores, venues and a wide selection of restaurants and cafes. The Calypso Cabaret Show is the main attraction for tourists.
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Pak Khlong Talat

116 Chakphet Rd, Khwaeng Wang Burapha Phirom, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand
This market dates way back to the 18th century when a floating market was located here. It served as a fish market during the reign of Rama V before it was turned into a flower market. You can also get here fruits and vegetables. The best time to visit this colorful and sweet-smelling place full of flowers is before dawn when boats arrive.
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Terminal 21

Sukhumvit Soi 16, Bangkok
Opened in October 2011, this unique department store was built in an airport style concept. It is divided into two parts - the retail area and the hotel and residence. In the retail area, each floor is themed after a different city - for example, Rome, Paris, Tokyo or London. This mall also boasts the longest escalators in Thailand.
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999/9 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand
If there's any place to make your wallet consciously suffer, this is it - the 10th largest shopping complex in the world. It boasts brand name boutiques as well as funky clothing stores, bookshops, designer furniture, groceries, beauty salons and gourmet eateries. The complex also includes a hotel, an office tower, an ice-skating rink and two Hindu shrines - one dedicated to Trimurti the other to Ganesha.
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Going Out

Sky Bar

The Dome at Lebua, 63rd Floor, 1055, Silom Road, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Often considered the best bar in the city, the Sky Bar is located on the 63rd floor of the State Tower and offers views of Bangkok from about 250 meters up. It has an outdoor terrace with a lighted bar offering a variety of drinks - beer, wine, champagne, cocktails, a wide selection of whiskeys and much more. You can also enjoy beautiful views of the city. A smart casual wear is required, sportswear, slippers or flip-flops are not allowed. Backpacks, suitcases or other large luggage are also not allowed.
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Patpong Night Market

Visit this great place where you can find all sorts of interesting goods and cheap souvenirs in a chaotic and busy narrow space. Stroll around and enjoy the traditional atmosphere of a night market with Thai handicrafts on one side and knock-off products on the other. Do not be afraid to negotiate the price, it is expected of you. You should take care of pickpockets, and you should reconsider visiting this place with young children, as the street is known for offering prostitutes and sex shows. You can reach the subway station Sala Daeng in about 5 minutes.
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Soi Cowboy

Soi Cowboy, Khlong Tan Nuea, Vadhana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
With about 40 go-go bars, beer bars and live music venues, this short street is a popular adult entertainment area in downtown Bangkok.
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This internationally known red-light district is a favorite night hangout for many foreigners. The true heart of Thai sex industry is supposedly where the Go-Go culture started. The bars are located on two parallel streets surrounded by a night market. Beware of bars with sex shows - these are often overpriced and you are very likely to get ripped off. Also, avoid guys inviting you for a ping pong show - they like to scam tourists as well.
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Vertigo Moon Bar

21/100 Banyan Tree Hotel, South Sathon Road, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
The hotel boasts one of the most popular rooftop bars in Bangkok. It offers great seafood and steaks as well as cocktails. Having a delicious dinner while overlooking the city lights - what more could you wish for? Please note that a smart casual dress code is required. Men should wear long trousers, closed shoes and sleeved tops.
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Nana Plaza

Nana Tai Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Located in Bangkok's red-light district, this three-store building is the so-called adult Disneyland. It is named after the influential Nana family, who owns most of the business. Packed with bars and go-go bars, there are also several ladyboy venues.
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Sukhumvit Road, or Thailand Route 3, is a major road in Thailand, and a major surface road of Bangkok and other cities. It follows a coastal route from Bangkok to Khlong Yai District, Trat border to Koh Kong, Cambodia Sukhumvit Road is named after the fifth chief of the Department of Highways, Phra Bisal Sukhumvit. It is one of the four major highways of Thailand, along with Phahonyothin Road, Mittraphap Road and Phetkasem Road.
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Big C Rajdamri

97/11 Rajdamri Rd. Lumpini, Pathumwan Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Come and discover one of Thailand’s largest supermarket chains, where you can find almost anything from fresh produce and fashion to a rather large alcohol section. You'll also find a variety of services across the four floors, such as a hair salon, an amusement center for children, a cinema and of course, a food park.
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Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

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This center presents many different sides of Thailand. You can visit art exhibitions, movie projections and various other cultural and educational events here. The main goal of the center is to promote new artists and provide them with a place to meet. Anybody is welcome in the People's Gallery to suggest their exhibition plan. The center also includes a café, bookshops and an art library.
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Baiyoke Sky Tower

Rising up to more than 300 meters, the hotel is actually the tallest in Southeast Asia. Enjoy the panoramic views from the observation platform located on the 77th floor or have a few drinks in the rooftop bar on the 83rd floor. This 88-storey skyscraper also contains a 360-degree revolving roof deck.
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Saranrom Park

This public park was originally part of Saranrom Palace built by Rama IV in 1866. Its gardens were turned into a park and opened to the public in 1960. It is an ideal place to rest after touring the city - relax in the shade of trees, have a picnic or play table tennis. There's also a wide range of flora and a monument to Queen Sunanda Kumariratana and Princess Kannabhorn Benjaratana.
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Suan Luang Rama IX Park

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Visit the city's largest park and enjoy its relaxing environment. It features six gardens, each representing a different theme - for example the French, the Chinese, or the American style. It also contains Ratchamangkhala Pavilion, a large lake with lotuses and water lilies, and plenty of space for various sports activities. The best time to visit is in early December when the park hosts a flower show.
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Princess Mother Memorial Park

Soi Wat Anong, Somdet Chao Phraya, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600, Thailand
The Princess Mother Memorial Park is a park in Bangkok, Thailand. It was established in 1993, and opened on January 21, 1997, by King Bhumibol Adulyadej, in remembrance of his mother, Srinagarindra, the Princess Mother. The park contains gardens and a reproduction of the royal mother's childhood home, as well as two exhibition halls showing memorabilia of the princess and the royal family and a pavilion with a statue of the princess. There is also a souvenir shop which sells items from charitable foundations and social welfare organisations which used to be under her patronage; the profits go to help the poor and the destitute.
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Santichaiprakan Park

This riverfront park features a nice pavillion and benches for you to rest or have a romantic date. The park also hosts various events.
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Bang Kra Jao

Phetchahung Rd, Bang Kachao, Phra Pradaeng, Samut Prakan 10130, Thailand
The peninsula in an oxbow of a river is a refreshing change from all the concrete. The best way to explore its plantations is on a bike.
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Museum of Siam

4 Sanam Chai Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Set in a large neoclassical house, the museum explores how Thai identity has developed over the time. Its main goal is to educate the public on the national identity and the history of Thailand. There are also temporary exhibits and various educative activities. Come here and familiarize yourself with the Thai culture through interactive exhibitions.
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Siam Park City

203 Suan Siam Rd., Kannayao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Operating since 1980, this amusement park contains several swimming pools, various slides and attractions, and a spa. Come here to cool down when the heat becomes unbearable. The complex is divided into different zones, such as Family World containing attractions for all ages, Fantasy World and X-zone with thrilling rides, Small World with attractions designed specifically for the little ones, and Water Park.
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Snake Farm of Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute

1871 Rama 4 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Dating back to 1912, the institute is devoted to a research in snake venom and produces serums for snake-bitten victims. It contains a snake farm which houses the most venomous snakes in the world, including king cobra. Their daily shows with snakes are very popular with tourists.
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Lumphini Park

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It is probably the oldest park in Bangkok and dates back to the 1920s. It is named after the birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal. Stroll around the large artificial lake or just relax in the shade of trees, read a book or have a picnic. The park offers a large public space for various outdoor activities - here people come for jogging, cycling, Thai chi, yoga or aerobics. Please note that the park also houses many animals, such as stray dogs and cats, birds, but also large lizards that hide in the ponds. Smoking is prohibited in the park.
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Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School

2 Sanamchai Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand 10200
This grand temple is considered to be the spiritual home of Thai massage. Come here to get a traditional Thai massage and relax after touring the city. The therapy courses are beneficial not only for the body but also for the soul. The massage school also offers courses both for enthusiasts and professionals.
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Sanam Luang

This large open field has been the place of royal ceremonies and various festivities since the time of King Rama I. Royal cremations were also held here. King Rama V enlarged the park in the 19th century and planted tamarind trees around the area. Kite flying festivals take place here between February and April. Don't miss it when visiting Royal Palace!
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Bangkok Butterfly Garden

This tall open-air dome is home to thousands of colorful butterflies and insects. Explore their natural habitat with wild flowers, shady trees, ponds and a waterfall. Also, the dome contains exhibitions devoted to the life cycle of insects. Wander around, have a picnic or rent a bike and cycle around.
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Dusit Palace

Dusit Palace comprises of gardens and several royal residences built by King Rama V between 1897 and 1901. The main buildings include Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall, Vimanmek Mansion, Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall and Chitralada Royal Villa. Since this is the political centre of Thailand, covered legs and shoulders are appropriate.
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The Golden Mount Garden

Wat Saket temple, also known as the Golden Mount, is set on an artificial hill. There are about 300 steps leading to the top, but the slope is not steep and it's worth taking since there are serene hanging gardens with tropical plants and artificial waterfalls and ponds along the way.
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Shewa Spa

108/2 Rambuttri Road, Banglampu, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
What else can be more delightful than one hour long foot massage for a reasonable price? You won't be able to resist it!
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Chatuchak Market

The largest market in Thailand has been operating since 1942 and has more than 15,000 stalls divided into 27 sections. It is a popular market for tourists and locals. So prepare yourself for the crowds. Here you will receive unique items and souvenirs such as amulets, books, decorations or clothing. Look for secular crafts such as musical instruments or ancient Thai toys. Domestic appliances can be bought here as well as antiques, furniture or ceramics. There are also sections for fresh and dry foods and dessert shops. The market is open for wholesale on Saturdays, Sundays and Fridays. The factory area is open on Wednesday and Thursday.
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Siam Square

Would you like to go shopping in Bangkok? If so, be sure to visit this place with shops that sell all sorts of goods, from fashion items to electronics. It dates back to the 1960s, when the local university needed an income and businesses began to emerge here. By and by appeared here hotels, cinemas and shopping centers. Now there are many chain stores, but also small boutiques and street stalls. If you want to try some of the local dishes, there are also many restaurants serving traditional Thai cuisine, as well as international restaurants and fast food.
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Sukhumvit Road Street Market

Thanon Sukhumvit from Soi 1 to 20, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
If you want to buy cheap goods like clothes, DVDs or watches, visit this street market. The sellers come out after 5pm and close at midnight. The market takes place between the BTS sky train stations Nana and Asok.
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The Platinum Fashion Mall

222 11th Floor Petchburi Road, ThanonPetchburi, Ratchthevi, Bangkok, Thailand
This large shopping mall offers a fantastic shopping experience for anybody who loves fashion clothes and accessories. It contains more than 1,300 shops spread over four floors. There are also cafés, fast-food chains, and a food court. Save some money by purchasing three and more items at the same shop - it is likely that you will get a discount.
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Pratunam Market

Ratchathewi, จังหวัด กรุงเทพมหานคร Thailand
Come and enjoy some shopping in this large wholesale market, one of the biggest markets of this kind in the country! Try some of the local dishes, buy rather inexpensive clothes or just stroll around and enjoy the atmosphere.
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Thanon Maharat

At this traditional market you can buy some spices, herbs or flowers. Stop by and experience the authentic atmosphere!
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Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

30/15 Moo 11 Talatnam Khlong Lat Mayom, Bang Ramat Road | Khwaeng Bang Ramat, Khet Taling Chan, Bangkok 10170, Thailand
Floating markets are a huge attraction for tourists in Bangkok, but this one is not that touristy and crowded. There are stalls selling fresh food - veggies and fruits, but also serving great local dishes and snacks. The best way to get here is by taxi from downtown Bangkok.
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Siam Center

979 Rama 1 Road , Pathumwan, Bangkok , Thailand
If you are looking for something local and fashionable, this center is a place to go. Built in 1973, it has undergone several renovations and now it consists of two joined shopping malls that have everything you desire.
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Tarad Rot Fi Train Night Market Ratchada

ข้างศาลอาญารัชดาภิเษก ถ. รัชดาภิเษก
The new Rod Fai Night Market provides the same bazaar feel, so if you'd like to experience a true open-air bazaar atmosphere, definitely come by this large market space. It is split into two areas, both offering a variety of antiques, vintage toys and unique little objects, so you can also do some souvenir shopping.
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Wat Pho

2 Sanamchai Road, Grand Palace Subdistrict, Pranakorn District, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
The Temple of the Reclining Buddha is one of the highest ranks of the Thai temples - a royal temple. It was built by King Rama I and is a place where some of his ashes are buried. It was renovated and extended during the reign of Rama III. The temple complex is filled with golden Buddha statues, from which the temple was named. There is also a Thai Traditional Massage School in the temple complex. There you can also enjoy a Thai massage (for a fee). Reasonable Attire - Since it is a place of religious importance, the dress code is very important and is closely monitored. The temple complex is quite large, so you save enough time for the temple.
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Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan

158 Wang Doem Road, Wat Arun, Bangkok Yai, Bangkok 10600, Thailand
This Buddhist temple is named after the Hindu god Aruna, a personification of the light of the rising sun. The temple dates back to the 17th century, but its characteristic colorful towers were added during the reign of King Rama II in the 19th century. They are decorated with Chinese porcelain and flicker in the sunshine. With its 80 meters, the central Khmer Tower (or Prang) is the highest prrang in Thailand. You can climb to get great views of the Grand Palace and Wat Pho Temple. Note that the steps are very steep. The central prang is surrounded by four pavilions containing Buddha images. The ordination hall displays a golden Buddha image designed by King Rama II himself, and his walls are decorated with beautiful murals. The best way to get there is by boat through the Chao Phraya River, which comes early in the morning to avoid the crowd. Since the temple is still a place of worship, dress appropriately and cover yourself before entering the sanctuary.
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Temple of the Emerald Buddha - Wat Phra Kaew

Na Phra Lan Road, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand
The holiest Buddhist temple is in the area of ​​the Grand Palace. Construction began in 1785 when King Rama I moved the capital to its present location in Bangkok. The sacred buildings of the temple are beautifully decorated and contain statues and pagodas. The temple is named after the Buddha statue in a meditation posture carved from a jade stone. The statue is covered with a golden coat, which changes seasonally - the robe is changed for the summer, for the winter and rainy season. This important ritual is performed by the king and should bring happiness to the country. Unlike other temples, Wat Phra Kaew does not house monks but serves as a private temple for the royal family. Worship and ceremonies also take place here. Please dress appropriately and take off your shoes before entering the temple.
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Wat Ratchanaddaram

2 ถนนมหาไชย, 10200
This Buddhist temple is also called Loha Prasat, which means metal castle or metal monastery. It is named after its metal towers, which make it unique in the world. The temple has 37 metal spikes representing the 37 Buddhist virtues. The Wat should be a copy of a similar Buddhist temple in Sri Lanka that is now destroyed. Although the construction began in the 19th century, it was recently completed. Although there is no official registration fee, you may be asked for a small donation before you go to the temple. Tourists can climb all the way to the top of the temple, where there is a small shrine. Here the devotees drop their victims. The temple is still in use, so there are monks who live their daily lives and contribute to the unique feel of the place. Since the temple is a place of worship, there is a binding dress code - clothing that does not cover the knees or shoulders is considered inappropriate.
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Phra Sri Rattana Chedi

Na Phra Lan Road, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand
The bell-shaped stupa with golden mosaic tiles from Italy is located at the western end of the upper terrace in the area of ​​the emerald Buddha. It was built by Rama IV in the 19th century. It contains relics of Buddha and his followers.
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Vimanmek Mansion

16 Rajvithi Rd. Dusit Bangkok, Thailand
The world's largest building made of golden teak was built in 1900 as a royal residence for King Rama V. However, it was only used until 1906, when the construction of the Amphorn Satharn Villa was completed. The interior is designed in European neoclassical style with traditional Thai motifs. The palace was converted into a museum by Queen Sirikit in 1982. A visit here is a review of the times of King Rama V and the colonial era, thanks to old photographs, traditional porcelain, glassware and furniture exhibited here. You can also see the first indoor swimming pool built in Thailand and the oldest typewriter with Thai characters. The palace is currently closed for renovations.
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Wat Bowonniwet Vihar

Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakho, Bangkok, Thailand
Come and admire the walls of this royal Buddhist temple that today surrounds a Buddhist university. Although it is often overlooked by tourists, it is a very visited place - it has a long and fascinating history. The temple was founded in 1826 and was originally divided into two monasteries separated by a canal. They became King Rama VI at the beginning of the 20th century. The first abbot to arrive in the temple was Prince Mongkut in 1836. It is still an important temple of patronage of the ruling Chakri dynasty. Many other kings then lived as monks in the temple and studied here. The main attraction for tourists is the ordination hall, which houses a famous image of the 14th-century Phra Phuttha Chinnasee Buddha. There are also pictures of three royal abbots residing in the monastery, and the walls are decorated with unique murals painted by Khrua In Khong. Take off your shoes like any other Thai temple and dress neatly.
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Temple of the Golden Buddha

661 Charoenkrung Road, Samphanthawong District, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Convince yourself of the world's largest massive gold Buddha, which consists of about 83% pure gold, weighs five and a half tons and measures nearly five meters. It also has a very interesting story to tell you about. At some point in history, the statue was covered with gypsum, most likely veiling its true nature and protecting it from thieves. Over time, everyone forgot that a unique gem hid inside. So it was a great surprise to discover his glory later. All the more, as the gold body was accidentally uncovered, it fell to the ground as it was brought to its current location. In the chapel are still broken sections of the plaster to see. Make sure you get dressed and take off your shoes before you enter. Also, consider visiting the temple in the early morning before it gets too hot.
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Erawan Shrine

Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Built in 1956, this Hindu shrine is located between a large hotel and a shopping mall. It is a popular tourist attraction especially for the Thai classical dance groups, which are common here. The shrine houses a famous statue of the four-limbed Hindu god of creation, Lord Brahma. The four faces stand for Brahma's virtues - kindness, compassion, sympathy and impartiality. The statue was smashed in 2006 with a hammer by a Thais, who was suffering from a mental illness, with a hammer in pieces. The restored statue was made of gypsum with precious metals and parts of the original part. Another copy of the statue can be seen in the National Museum. The statue was damaged again in 2015 when a bomb exploded near the shrine. 22 people were killed. However, the shrine has been repaired and is still popular.
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Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

333 Cherdwutagard Road, Srikan, Don Mueang, 10210 Bangkok
This large airport with a terminal is designed in a very modern style. Note the 132 meter high tower - it's the tallest in the world. The airport offers transfer buses between Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang airports. They run every hour from 5 in the morning until midnight from Gate 3 in front of the arrival hall and are free. The nonstop train leaves every 40 minutes in each direction. Express lines run every 30 minutes and operate between 6 am and midnight. You can also use the airport limousines to get to Bangkok. Taxis are available in front of the Passenger Terminal gates 3-4 and 7-8. Free Wi-Fi is available at the airport.
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Don Mueang International Airport

222 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road Na, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand 10210
One of the world's oldest international airports and Asia's oldest airport. With the opening of Terminal 2, it became the world's largest low-cost carrier airport. Terminal 1 is now used for international flights and Terminal 2 for domestic flights. The airport is served by trains and buses. Both services are reasonably priced and trains and buses leave every 20 minutes. The train station is about 500 meters from the airport. Trains will take you to Hua Lumpong Station, where you can transfer to other trains. The buses stop at the arrivals platform at Terminal 7 Terminal 7. They run every 30 minutes from 8:30 to 23:30. Taxis are available at the arrival platforms of Terminals 1 and 2. Go to the service desk at the entrance 8 of Terminal 1 arrival platform to book your taxi first. Free Wi-Fi is available at the airport.
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Chao Phraya River

Wat Suwan Cross Ferry Pier, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Also known as the River of Kings, Chao Phraya is a major river flowing through Bangkok into the Gulf of Thailand. Explore Bangkok from the river - many of the most popular attractions are located near the river. Take a tour on one of the public or private ferries.
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Hua Lamphong Railway Station

Rong Mueang, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opened in 1916, the station is built in an Italian Neo-Renaissance style and it boasts beautifully decorated wooden roofs and stained glass windows. Around 60,000 passengers use the station every day. It serves both long-distance trains and regional trains as well as the Eastern and Oriental Express luxury trains. The station contains a food court with restaurants and coffee shops. There is no Wi-Fi, only a rather expensive Internet café.
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Floating on a boat through many of the canals, in Thailand also known as klongs, is truly a magical and unusual way to explore the city. Boat service has always been important mode transport in Bangkok, but the canals have been also used for floating markets, which are now a popular tourist attraction.
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Khun Mae Pueak Cross River Ferry Pier

Hop on one of many boats or ferries operating on the river and enjoy a truly unique ride. You can use this affordable means of transport to access popular landmarks or simply cross the river.
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Sala Daeng

Sala Daeng station is a BTS Skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Bang Rak District, Bangkok, Thailand. The station is located on Si Lom Road to the southwest of Sala Daeng Intersection. It is surrounded by financial center along Si Lom Road with towers and skyscrapers, and also entertainment area of Patpong and Thaniya.
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Phaya Thai

Phaya Thai station is a rapid transit station on the Airport Rail Link and Sukhumvit Line in Ratchathewi District, Bangkok, Thailand. The Airport Rail Link station is located above the mainline Eastern Railway at a level crossing on Phaya Thai Road. There is a direct interchange to the BTS Sukhumvit Line. The station is surrounded by the government buildings, office towers and comdominiums along Phaya Thai and Si Ayutthaya Road. Suan Pakkad Palace, Traditional Thai antiques Museum and Gallery is nearby to the east of the station. The station is the terminus of the Airport Rail Link City Line to Suvarnabhumi Airport.
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Chong Nonsi BTS Station

จังหวัด กรุงเทพมหานคร 10500, Thailand
Chong Nonsi station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Bang Rak District, Bangkok, Thailand. The station is located on Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road over Chong Nonsi canal, in the heart of Bangkok business area between Sathon and Si Lom Road.
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Banyan Tree Bangkok

21 Thanon Sathon Tai, 10120

Blue House

21 Samsen Soi 6

Centric Ari station

ซอยอารีย์ 1, 10400

Grand China Princess Rooftop Bar

iResidence Hotel

The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam

559 ถนนเพชรบุรี, 10400

Trinity Silom

Rambuttri Village