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Best Places to Visit in Bangkok of 2017

  • 01 EQ Late Night Club

    EQ Late Night Club
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    EQ Late Night Club enjoys a legendary disco location on Sukhumvit soi 4 in Nana Hotel. Lying adjacent to the newly opened Hooters is the EQ Late Night Club which was formally known as Equality Late night club.

    Highlights:
     Want to visit a quality late night club with abundant action? EQ Late Night Club is your go to place. Brimming with an eclectic mix of local expats, Thai honeys and newly refurbished club, this is a must visit for the revellers in Nana. With the best music, you can dance to the beats of the popular DJs while enjoying a sip of your favourite beer.

    Location: EQ Late Night Club is located at EQ Late Night Club c/o Nana Hotel. Nana Tai Alley, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110, Soi Nana Nuea, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.

    Timings: On Monday to Saturday, the EQ Late Night Club stays open from 10:00 PM to 4:00 AM while on Sunday the nightclub remains open only till 12:00 AM.

    Price: An entrance fee of 200 Baht gives you access to the open bar from 11:00 PM to 1:00 AM. This Price includes all house pours as well as bottles of Singha.


  • 02 Ku De Ta

    Ku De Ta
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    The name Ku De Ta has been changed recently to Ce La Vi, but the change of name has never diminished the flame of excitement that this brand imposes. Located on the 39th and 40th floor of Sathorn Square Complex, this is considered one of the most happening places of the city. The view from the nightclub with the undisturbed cityscape and the charming views of Chao Phraya River is truly amazing. The best part of visiting Ku De Ta is that one can find it all here, the bar, the club and the ravishing restaurant in one sophisticated place.

    The interior designing of the place showcases the class and the sophistication it aims at. Each night a particular theme is celebrated and the music vibes on that theme. However hip hop is played on Wednesday which is considered the ladies night. Deep house, party pop, EDM, bass are also part of the music choice played here.

    Location: 39th and 40th floors, Sathorn Square Complex, 98 North Sathorn Road, Bangkok.

    Timings: 20:00 pm to 2:00 pm



  • 03 Ad Here the 13th

    Ad Here the 13th
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    This unconventional oddly named bar, Ad here the 13th, located in Samsen Road looks every bit like a shabby old place in Bangkok’s old city. Restricted in space this is nowhere a place for big crowd but all the fallacies gets in dust when once hears the live music played here. Truly dedicated to music lovers, this place is quite unique in compared to the regular live music bars in Bangkok. Crammed up in this bohemian-esque restricted space, many tourists and locals find the joy of soul searching music. The vintage furniture and the age old photos hanging in the walls elevate the ambience and the theme of a hipstar hangout. A cool place to drop in for a delightful evening though one must drop in early to fetch some seats. House blues and jazz are the favourites here and even drinks come cheap.



    Location
    : 13 Samsen Road, Bangkok

    Timings
    : 19:00 pm to 12:00am


  • 04 Above Eleven

    Above Eleven
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    Located  on  the  uppermost  levels  of  the  luxurious  Fraser Suites Sukhumvit  offering  a distinctively stylish rooftop bar with spectacular views, the Above Eleven concept also introduced to the Bangkok dining scene its first authentic Peruvian cuisine restaurant. One of the hottest culinary trends internationally such as London, Barcelona and New York  opening  new  Peruvian­ themed  venues,  or  transforming  their  menus.  With  its culinary  team  headed  by  Peruvian  native  Chef  Omar  Frank  Maruy,  the  authentic Peruvian­, Japanese fusion food  known as Nikkei Cuisine  served at Above Eleven has been  particularly  well­  received­  the  crisply  fresh  seafood  dishes,  spicy  salads,  and chargrilled skewers, all designed to be shared, and appealing to the palates of a mixed clientele of residents, expats and visitors.



    Location: Located  in  Bangrak  a  few  minutes’  walk  from  Saladaeng  BTS  station  or Lumpini subway station.

    Timings: Opened from 6pm to 1am daily.

    Price:Cost for two may approximately be 2360 BHT.


  • 05 Route 66

    Route 66
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    Based at the designated party street of Bangkok, The Royal City Avenue, Route 66, is all about energy, vigour, vibe, youth and very Thai. The essence of the place is that it believes and celebrates the Thai style of clubbing which means coming in a group having a top shelf bottle and choose a nice table and be comfortable sitting or standing. The club has three rooms playing almost all kind of music including trance, hip hop and live music. Hip hop, dance pop is the most popular and main room here however Thai and western hits through live music is also much appreciated. The club is mainly crowded with young crowd and majorly Thai people. For Thai visitors the entrance is free however 300Baht is charged for foreigners. Drinks are quite cheap starting from 160 Baht. The club is quite famous and the busiest days are Wednesday and Thursday. On Saturdays however getting a table after 22:00 is considered huge luck.

    Location: The Royal City Avenue, Block A , Bangkok.

    Timings: 20:00pm to 2:00am



  • 06 Levels Club & Lounge

    Levels Club & Lounge
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    Catering to western taste, a comparatively new launch is the cool and fashionable Level club & Lounge. Distinctively designed with a rooftop lounge and two club rooms it covers a lot of musical space with some of the best sound systems in the city. Based on the 6th floor of Aloft Hotel premises, this club becomes more attractive with sophisticates designs of sparsely used yellow and pink neon lights and complimented with heart warming music, funky beats, R&b hits and a lot more. The ambience is quite full of life and energetic and vibes with foot tapping numbers. The club remains quite crowded almost throughout the week. Thursdays are celebrated as ladies night whereas Wednesday is famous for lovely deals. The entrance of the club is usually free except for special programs.



    Location
    : Sukhumvit Soi, Altaf Hotel, Bangkok.

    Timings: 21:00pm to 3:00am




  • 07 Lam Phaya

    Lam Phaya
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    Situated near the Tha Jeen River in Bangkok, the Lam Phaya floating market is one the authentic weekend market of the province. The floating market is located at a distance of 25 kms from the main city, yet very elegant and has a homely feeling of rural Thai culture.

    Highlights: The Lam Phaya floating market is a very eminent weekend market of Bangkok city. Many local Thai people from Bangkok, travel to Lam Phaya floating market on weekends to spend a splendid day away from the high cultured restaurant style eating. The place offers a range of traditional Thai food, cooked by the exclusive habitats of the Lam Phaya village. The magical hands and species of the local people of Lam Phaya have developed this floating market as the lunch hub for tourists to enjoy some exotic Thai seafood and goodness of green farms.

    Location: Lam Phaya is a small village situated at the bank of River Tha Jeen, near Bangkok city, which has emerged as a weekend market.

    Price: The prices of the items available in this market are very affordable yet delicious. 


  • 08 Taling Chan Floating Market

    Taling Chan Floating Market
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    Taling Chang is one the 50 districts of Thailand, which makes the point evident that Taling Chang Floating market is one of the most renowned and busiest marketplace of Thailand. Taling Chang Floating market offers a colossal range of Thai cuisines. The smell and essence of the place is overwhelming and gives a warm welcoming feeling.

    Highlights: Taling Chang floating market is an ideal idea to spend a day out of the city's urban livelihood, riding on a long tail boat and enjoying some Thai special shopping. The floating market not only offers a range of seafood and delicious prawn dishes, but also offers some huge range of Thai homemade decors and fresh fruits. The barbeque grilled fish topped with some Thai leaves and served hot on the boat, just makes the day more impressive.

    Location: Taling Chang floating market is located 10 kms away from the city of Bangkok.

    Price: The boat ride charges 100 Bahts. 


  • 09 Beckoning Chinatown

    Beckoning Chinatown
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    Bangkok's vibrant Chinatown district runs along Yaowarat Road from Odeon Circle, where a huge ceremonial Chinese gate unmistakably marks the entrance, up to the Ong Ang Canal, which marks the outer boundaries of the royal district. However, just off the road in either direction is a whole other world where it is said, you can find just about anything. Bangkok’s Chinatown is a popular tourist attraction and a food haven for new generation tourists who flock here after sunset to explore the vibrant street-side cuisine. Packed with market stalls, street-side restaurants and a dense concentration of gold shops, Chinatown is an experience not to miss.



    Highlights
    : China Town is known for its stunning temples, exotic street food and abundant opportunities to shop. Wat Tramit with the world’s largest Buddha, Sampeng Lane, and China Gate are some of the attractions. At night this area turns into one of the best street food locations in Bangkok.

    Location: Yaowarat Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok.



  • 10 The Tiger Temple

    The Tiger Temple
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    Tiger Temple or WatPhaLuang Ta Bua was established in 1994, is located in western of Thailand as a religious community and wildlife sanctuary for wild animals, the greater part of which are Indochinese tigers. An exclusive visit to the tiger sanctuary takes an entire day considering the season of going. The vast majority of travellers go to this project frequently. Numerous photograph opportunities with tigers are accessible which provides you with the golden opportunity of caressing these wild beasts.


    Location: Buddhist temple – cum - tiger conservation centre, Bangkok.

    Timings: The center can be accessed at different time slots held in 4 sessions during the day i.e. ‘Normal Afternoon program’ starting from 12:00 PM – 04:00 PM, ‘Cubs Feeding program’ held at 12:45 PM, 01:30 PM, 02:15 PM, 03:00 PM and ‘VIP Morning program’ held at 07:30 AM – 11:00 AM.

    Price: The approximate price starts from 600 THB per person. A special photo with tigers charges around 1000 THB per person. Cub feeding program charges 1000 THB per person


  • 11 The Monkey Temples of Lobpuri

    The Monkey Temples of Lobpuri
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    An ancient city in Thailand, Lopburi was the second capital before Ayutthaya was established as a capital in 1350. The city is divided into Old and New Town and is well connected by bus and train services. Being an archaic city, it is replete with various temples and historical sites, the most important amongst them being the Monkey Temples. Keep an eye out for the famous crab-eating Macaques that overrun the old part of the town. They are revered and respected by the locals but are equally mischievous and can attack the unassuming tourist. 



    Highlights: Do not take any food and drink for yourself, you can purchase some for the monkeys at the temple and the amusement park built specifically for this purpose. The temple is located at the Chao Praya Basin.

    Getting There: Local buses run every 20 mins from Ayutthaya. You can also take the air-conditioned bus from Bangkok or you can get around on motorcycle taxis at Lopburi.



    Top Things To Do in The Monkey Temples of Lobpuri

  • 12 National Museum & Wang Na Palace

    National Museum & Wang Na Palace
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    In the former grounds of the 18th Century Wang Na Palace, The Bangkok National Museum houses the largest collection of Thai art and artifacts in the country. It's definitely worth a visit, especially if visiting nearby Wat Phra Kaew or the Grand Palace. The museum exhibits are arranged into three areas consistent with Thai history, and good English-language descriptions.



    Highlights: This museum includes a funeral chariot hall, featuring carriages used for royal cremations, and many excellent examples of Thai architecture. Free English-language tours given by volunteers are available. Tours are also conducted in German (Thursdays), French and Japanese (Wednesdays).

    Location
    : Na Phrothat Road, near the Grand Palace

    Timings: Open from Wednesday to Sunday between 09:00 - 16:00

    Price: Approximate price is 200 Baht



  • 13 Bang Khla

    Bang Khla
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    What do you feel about a lunch arranged by the side of the river bank market? Bang Khla is exactly one of this kind. Mostly structured as a small village in the district of Bang Khla, Bang Khla floating market is a famous tourist market of Thailand.

    Highlights: Bang Khla floating market is an extraordinary experience for both tourists and local Thai people. Mostly surrounded by the local Thai people of Thailand, Bang Khla offers a gamut of Thai dishes and delicious meals. The sweet tooth Thai tradition offers a variety desserts and Ice cream, especially home made in the Thai houses. The village is well centered by a transportation system. Hence, it's quite easy to reach the place. Spending an hour or two, in the essence of Thai culture is a mesmerizing experience.

    Location: Bang Khla floating market is located in the district of Amphoe in Bangkok, Thailand.

    Price: Entry to the market is free of cost. 


  • 14 Don Wai

    Don Wai
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    The Don Wai floating market is a very famous market of Bangkok, Thailand. Located at the outskirts of the City Capital, Don Wai floating market is a popular local market dealing with fresh farm Thai veggies and sea foods.

    Highlights: The authentic Thai floating market, Don Wai floating market are an exclusive shopping centre, away from the Urbanhood of the capital city. It is located on the bank of Nakhon Chai River, 30 kms away from the Bangkok City. The market offers a beautiful boating experience to the tourists along with a range of exotic Thai food. Seafood, prawns and traditional Thai meals are very renowned in the floating market of Don Wai.

    Location: Don Wai floating market is located on the river bank of Khongkharam Doiwan temple.

    Price: Entry fee to the floating market is free of the monetary amount. Also, the market itself is very affordable for all tourists and local people. 


  • 15 Tha Kha Floating Market

    Tha Kha Floating Market
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    Tha Kha Floating Market, located 20 kms away from the city of Bangkok is a compact yet authentic marketplace of Thailand. Especially famous for its exotic range of prawn dishes and green farm veggies, the Tha kha Floating market attracts tourists from all over the globe.

    Highlights: Located at the bank of Amphawa canal, the lush greenery and chilling climate, makes this small and compact floating market a wonderful place to spend a day. The boat rides along the market shop doors with tropical flowers peeping out to see the tourists. The smell and colorful atmosphere of the Tha Kha Floating Market is incredibly beautiful to describe in words.

    Location: Tha Kha Floating Market is located 20 kms away from the main city, near the canal of Amphawa, Bangkok, Thailand.

    Price: Entry to the market is free of cost. However, the boat ride is chargeable. 


    Top Things To Do in Tha Kha Floating Market

  • 16 Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

    Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market
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    Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is better known as the Bangkok's riverside market. A little away from the urban hub of the city, Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is a perfect place to spend a weekend holiday with your friends or loved ones. The marketplace is an excellent paradise for food lovers.

    Highlights: The basic highlights of the place include the growing Thai market, on the both sides of the narrow tunnel. The place offers an authentic chain of traditional Thai restaurants, right by the side of the river bank. Seafood and Thai desserts are very famous. Aside these, the place also offers a range of other Thai products including clothes, traditional Thai decors, Thai plates and so on.

    Location: Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is located 30 kms away from the city, near a place known as Chang Wat Samut Prakhan.

    Price: The entry fee to the market is free of cost unless you buy any item. 


    Top Things To Do in Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

  • 17 Chao Phraya River

    Chao Phraya River
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    Truly, the River of Kings ­ as King Rama I named it ­ is the lifeblood of Bangkok. And not just because of this rich history. Around 50,000 people still use its ferries to get to  each day. Slow barges bearing cargo coast upstream. Kids still frolic in the russet-
    brown water. Wooden shacks, mottled by the elements, still lurch over the water.  



    Soaring hotels and condominiums hem in solemn temples, churches and civic buildings  
    that look 19th century European, while yards away the odd wooden sampan sells  noodle soup or dried squid to hungry river workers. It is this juxtaposition of calm and  chaotic, modern and traditional, religious and secular, ugly and sublime, foreign and  indigenous that makes the Chao Phraya so evocative. There are many ferry trips that  take you on a tour around the river.


  • 18 Wat Mangkon Kamalawat

    Wat Mangkon Kamalawat
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    Wat Mangkon Kamalawat is also known as Wat Leng Noei Yi or Dragon LotusTemple. It is considered to be the most important and largest Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok.  It was first established as a Mahayana Buddhist temple around 1871. This temple is said to be the host for various year round events like Chinese New Year and Chinese Vegetarian Festival. The temple is decorated typically using a Chinese architectural style that makes use of Chinese dragons. During the annual Vegetarian festival, religious and culinary activities are particularly active here.



    Location: Th Charoen Krung & Th Mangkon

    Timings: 6am to 6pm

    Getting there: By metro­ Hua Lamphong exit 1 & taxi or by ferry­ Ratchawong Pier


  • 19 Wat Intharawihan

    Wat Intharawihan
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    A soaring 32­metres high standing Buddha is what defines Wat Intharawihan, which  borders Wisut Kasat road at the northern edge of Banglamphu. Known as the Luangpor  Toh, building on this statue, built of brick and stucco, began in 1867 during the reign of  King Rama IV. Decorated in glass mosaics and 24­carat gold, it took over 60 years to complete and is the tallest of its kind in the world. The Ubosot was built towards the end of the Ayutthaya period, and has several interesting Buddha images, elevated murals  on the walls and lavishly gilded window shutters. Outside are unusually carved sema  stones and tucked away in an alcove there's a lifelike model of Luang Phaw Toh, a famous monk. In the small museum are old Buddha images and various paintings.



    Location: 114 Wisut Kasat Road, Banglamphu, Old City (Rattanakosin)

    Timings: 08:30 Am to 20:00 Pm


  • 20 The Jim Thompson House

    The Jim Thompson House
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    The Jim Thompson House is the home of James H.W. Thompson, a self­made  American entrepreneur who was the founder of the world renowned Jim Thompson Thai  Silk Company. Thompson's achievements during his 25 year stay in the Kingdom of  Thailand have won him much fame as the "Legendary American of Thailand". Since his disappearance in 1967, little has changed in the home that was the 'talk of the town' and the 'city's most celebrated social center'. Even today, the charming Thai style  house continues to be a key stop for visitors to Bangkok. The house consists of a complex of six traditional Thai­style houses, teak structures that were purchased from several owners and brought to the present location from various parts of Thailand.This house has gained international recognition after Thompson’s inepxlainable and strange  disappearance.



    Approximate Price: Adult­150 baht and Student 100 baht

    Timings: 9am to 6pm, compulsory tours every 20 min

    Location:  6 Soi Kasem San 2

    Getting There: You can reach this destination by taking the Subway  National Stadium exit 1 or by taking a Ferry ­ klorng boat to Sapan Hua Chang Pier.


    Top Things To Do in The Jim Thompson House

  • 21 Floating Market Bangkok

    Floating Market Bangkok
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    Almost every traveller visiting Bangkok for the first time has this ardent urge to visit these unique shopping areas conducted from the traditional boats. Despite the fact that sellers are more worried about tourists as compared to local people nowadays, the floating markets of Bangkok are still heaped with tropical fruits and vegetables, ready- to-drink coconut juice and local food cooked from floating kitchens found right on the vessel. It might sound strange but there are different varieties of floating markets in Bangkok. While most of them begin their operations early morning at around 05:00 AM, rest remain open till noon as well. Well, it is best advised to sit and relax without any bargaining over prices, you can even opt for a guided boat tour to Bang KhuWiang, Bang Nam Pheung, DamnoenSaduak, KhlongLatMayom and various other beautiful and impressive floating markets.


    Location: Floating markets are located throughout Bangkok and surrounding provinces

    Best Time: These stunning markets are operational throughout the year. Weekends are the ideal time to visit, DamnoenSaduak, Amphawa, Taling Chan and KhlongLatMayom are the four major floating markets in Bangkok and is advisable to visit them early in the morning so as to avoid overcrowding tourists.

    Things to keep in mind:Depending on the market you chose to visit, ensure that you are aware with the opening and closing timings of different markets. Also, some markets operate on weekends, make sure that you are well aware of the fact. Bargaining is a tough job here and is time-consuming also, thus, is recommended that you do a slight research before jumping onto the price argument with the vendors.





    Top Things To Do in Floating Market Bangkok

  • 22 Safari World Zoo

    Safari World Zoo
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    Located in Khlong Sam Wa , the Safari World, within an area of 170 acres is a drive-in zoological park divided into two parts. The first is the Safari Park to house a large variety of animals like zebra, deer, giraffe, birds tigers lions, bears, etc. in a natural habitat. The second is the Marine Park which hosts events like the famous dolphin show. The Safari world zoo is the perfect place for families with children to visit in Thailand. Come face to face with thousands of rare and endangered species roaming freely in their natural habitat. The park provides a coach service for visitors who do not drive in.


    Timings: Opens daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

    Price: The approximate price ranges from 50 Baht to 350 Baht. 



  • 23 Wat Suthat

    Wat Suthat
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    Wat Suthat, better known for the towering red Giant Swing that stands at its entrance, is one of the oldest and most impressive temples in Bangkok. It features an elegant chapel with sweeping roof, magnificent wall murals, and exquisite hand-carved teakwood door panels. Located in the Old City area, just east of the Royal Field, you can easily combine a visit to Wat Suthat with Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Grand Palace, and Wat Pho.



    Highlights
    : Wat Suthat is perhaps more famous for the Giant Swing than its impressive interior architecture, which is a must-see after the splendour of nearby Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew. The
    cloistered courtyard, surrounding the main chapel, boasts 156 Buddha images along the outer walls and four entry gates individually hand-carved with intricate details.

    Location
    : Bamrung Muang Road, opposite Bangkok City Hall.

    Timings
    : Open from 8:30 to 21:00

    Price: Approximate price is 20 Baht.



  • 24 Assumption Cathedral

    Assumption Cathedral
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    Assumption Cathedral, is one of the most popular and more than 200 year old holy place in Bangkok. It is the focal point of Catholicism in Thailand. This beautiful church is crowned in a notable territory off Charoen Krung Road close to the Chao Phraya River and is worth visiting. Named after the biblical name of the Virgin Mary, Assumption Cathedral is a legendary legacy of French preachers who initially moved to Thailand in the mid­1600s. Assumption Cathedral has remained the most important and popular Catholic church in  Thailand since the time of its construction. Pope John Paul II visited this place in 1984 which further solidified local’s belief in this holy shrine.



    Opening hours: The church is open for visitors during day hours. Services are held in English on Sundays at 10:00 AM, and in Thai at 06:00 AM, 07:30 AM, 08:30 AM and 05:00 PM, as well as on weekdays at 04:00 PM and 05:15 PM.

    Location: 23 Charoen Krung Soi 40 (Oriental Avenue), Bangrak, Bangkok

    How to Reach: Via ferry fromOriental Pier


    Top Things To Do in Assumption Cathedral

  • 25 Dusit Palace

    Dusit Palace
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    Dusit Palace is a large, spacious complex of Palaces, mansions and throne halls build in Bangkok at the start of the 20th century. The Grand Palace had been the residence of Thai Kings since the founding of the Rattanakosin Kingdom and its capital Bangkok in 1782. With the number of buildings and residents growing at the Grand Palace, King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) decided to have a new Palace build.



    Location: Visit Palace is located in the Dusit district , a few kilometers North of the old Rattanakosin area with the Grand Palace.

    Getting There: By far the easiest and most comfortable way to get there is by air conditioned  metered taxi.

    Timings: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

    Price: 100 Baht


  • 26 The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew

    The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew
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    Adorned with beautiful architecture, intricate details further glorifying the detailed heritage of this stunning country, The Grand Palace of Bangkok is an elegant and spectacular landmark, which is also home to Thai King,  and serves as the Royal Court and the administrative seat of government. The walls of the Grand Palace also depicts the Thai war ministry  and state departments. Even after 150 years, the monument is the spiritual heart of the Thai kingdom. Located within the grounds of the Grand Palace is the Wat Phra Kaew or the Temple of Emerald Buddha, which is the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand. The temple enshrines the Emerald Buddha image carefully carved from the single block of jade. 



    Location: The Grand Palace is located on the Na Phra Lan Road in the Phra Nakhon area. The palace is easily accessible via the skytrain from all parts of Bangkok. 

    Price: 500 Baht

    Timings: 8.30 AM to 3.30 PM


  • 27 Insanity

    Insanity
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    Situated in the Sukhumvit Road, close to Nana and Soi Cowboy, Insanity is all about smashing music and energetic dance and a lovely evening. One of the largest clubs this place comes with amazing ambience filled with eye arresting lighting system and heavy duty sound systems. There remain regular appearances of international and local DJ and international superstars. EDM, House and hip hop are some of the preferred music played here. The entry fee is 300 Baht which includes one free drink. There are VIP booths for the bird’s eye view and for this one needs to book tables in advance with specific packages. The crowd is mix of foreign tourist and thai girls. One can enjoy some quality and fun time out here.

     

    Location
    : Sukhumvit Road Soi, 12 Near Nana BTS station.

    Timings: 21:00 till late night, even early morning.


  • 28 Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

    Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market
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    Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is one of the top three biggest floating market of Bangkok,Thailand. Being extremely colorful and traditional, Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is one of the top tourist attraction spot of Bangkok. The place is big enough to offer a spacious shopping experience to its tourists.

    Highlights: Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market shows a perfect picture of Thai culture and daily life of the people of Thailand. Though the place is quite famous, still a lesser number of foreigners are founds wandering around this marketplace. The Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is the exact replica of Thai life and their cuisine. The place offers an inside story of deep, authentic Thai traditions and foods. The dishes offered are extremely delicious and worth spending on.

    Location: Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is located at just 20 kms away from the City of Bangkok.

    Price: The prices prevailing in this marketplace are very affordable and worth spending. 


    Top Things To Do in Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

  • 29 Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market

    Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market
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    Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is an old traditional marketplace of Bangkok, Thailand. Typically famous for its fruit and fish market centers, the place offers an exclusive range of authentic Thai dishes, which one cannot resist. Open, throughout the week, Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market offers a gamut of local dishes for its tourist to sample and savor.

    Highlights: The authentic range of classic Thai food that is available in the marketplace of Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is the best attraction reason for tourists. Apart from that, the traditional essence, that the market offers is also a desirable experience. Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is the perfect place to enjoy Thailand farm-fresh food items.

    Location: Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is located at the bank of Noi-Khlong Om River. To reach this marketplace, the best experience is to take a boat ride from Chang Pier River.

    Price: The genuine entry to the market is free of cost. You only have to pay for items that you buy. 


    Top Things To Do in Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market

  • 30 Wat Hua Lamphong

    Wat Hua Lamphong
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    Not far from Bangkok's main business and entertainment district along Silom Road is  the temple of Wat Hua Lampong. The temple serves a large community of those that  live and work around upper Silom and Suriwong Roads, so although its not especially significant, the temple is a lively place to observe a 'real' working temple. Wat Hua  Lampong was extensively remodeled in honor of His Majesty the King's 50 anniversary  on the throne. The royal seal of the Kanchanapisek Year (as it was called) is used  extensively throughout the temple's elaborate decorations. The seal features two  elephants flanking a multi­tiered umbrella. The temple is actually quite large, and if you  wander around you will find some interesting older buildings.



    Location: Si Phraya, Bang Rak

    Getting There:  Wat Hua Lampong faces Rama IV Road right next to the Sam Yan 

    subway station. If taking the Skytrain at the Saladaeng Station, walk through Taniya  Alley, cross Suriwong Road, Rama IV will be on your right. Turn left on Rama IV and walk down about one block.


  • 31 the Royal Thai Elephant Museum

    the Royal Thai Elephant Museum
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    A national symbol and a deeply revered animal in Thailand remain to be the elephant. Tradition dictates that a white elephant should belong to the monarch and becomes their exclusive property. Considered a symbol of prestige and wealth, the white elephant is an albino of the Siamese elephant. the grounds of the Dusit Palace. Formally the building was used as the stables of the royal elephants, but today has been converted in to a museum, which is made up of two buildings.

    The first building will give visitors insight in to the history of royal elephants and how the animals are classified. Several artifacts, photographs and figurines can also be found in the first building. The second building has a display model of a white elephant in full royal regalia along with other artifacts. Another highlight of the museum remains to be the fine display of elephant tusks, the longest is said to be 290 cm in length and once belonged to the auspicious white elephants.

    Location:  Dusit Palace Park, Th Ratchawithi

    Approximate Price: Adult- 100 baht , Child 20 baht with free Grand Palace ticket.

    Timings: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm



  • 32 Giant Swing

    Giant Swing
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    WatSuthat, better known for the towering red Giant Swing that stands at its passage, is one of the most noteworthy and remarkable temples in Bangkok. It highlights a rich  church with clearing rooftop, wonderful divider paintings and stunning hand­cut teakwood entryway panels. Standing at 21.15 meters, between WatSuthat and Bangkok City Hall, the Giant Swing's two towering red columns and intricately cut crossbar are unmistakable visible from a  far distance. The first Giant Swing, dating from 1784, was replaced in 2004 with another one created completely from brilliant teak. The development of the new swing was a  mind boggling procedure of hand­cutting, paint undercoating and covering by expert  specialists and included various gatherings from structural architects to the Forestry Department to Brahmin ministers.



    Opening Hours:Every day from 08:30 AM ­ 09:00 PM

    Location:BamrungMuang Road, Old City (Rattanakosin), opposite Bangkok City Hall


  • 33 Terminal 21 Bangkok

    Terminal 21 Bangkok
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    Terminal 21 brings the dream of traveling the world to downtown Bangkok, with its cutting ­edge concept that places several world­ famous cities under one roof. Find yourself wandering around a maze of shops in Tokyo City, sauntering down London’s  Carnaby Street, bagging a bargain in an Istanbul zouk, or shopping for something to fill your growling stomach at the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. Part of the same building as Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit, Terminal 21’s curvilinear glass­ and­steel façade resembles a 21st­century airport, and the theme continues once you step inside. The floor signs that signal the arrivals in particular cities, a crisscrossing network of escalators, electronic display boards that bring to mind flight information displays at an airport terminal and the information desk receptionists donning air hostesses’ uniforms –  these are all part of the shopping experience at Terminal 21.



    Location: Sukhumvit Road

    Timings: 10:00 AM  TO 10:00 PM


    Top Things To Do in Terminal 21 Bangkok

  • 34 Siam Square

    Siam Square
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    Siam Square, like the city in which it is located, is an area of contrast. In essence it is the hub of all things cool, an individual expression point where styles are both shaped and surface (and resurface). Siam also holds claim to being the most expensive place to rent land in Bangkok. It is to The City of Angels, what Bond Street is to London and Fifth Avenue to New York, while still possessing the innovative atmosphere of Camden Town or Soho, NYC. Siam Square itself is something of an open­air shopping complex that radiates a feeling of creativity. Recently, new malls have been taking the place of the street vendors but there are still lanes upon lanes to explore. Tribes of bright and bold slogan T­shirts meet with tailored suits and hipster fashion. Siam Square is in essence where trends both emerge and are created, an epicentre of inspiration in Bangkok.



    Location: Th Phra Ram, Bangkok

    Timings: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM


  • 35 Soi Cowboy

    Soi Cowboy
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    Soi Cowboy is one of the best known designated entertainment night life districts inBangkok. It is also one of Bangkok's most visited tourists attractions. It is a short street, approximately 150 metres long, and is (technically) closed to traffic at night.  Be prepared to be tugged on by dozens of ladies as you enter the threshold of Soi Cowboy.  This widely popular red light zone was just recently renovated and enjoying a surge in  visitors as a result. It is filled with good restraints and numerous bars serving reasonably priced alcohol and cheap beer.



    Location: On the corner of Asoke and Sukhumvit road.

    Approximate Price: 110THB to 150THB for beer and entry into every bar is free.

    Timings: Opens around 6PM. Closes around 1AM to 2AM.


  • 36 Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

    Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
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    Bangkok Art and Cultural Center is the center of Bangkok's prospering craftsmanship scene and offers a wide scope of contemporary workmanship, plan, music, theater and film in the city. Located just a few meters away from National Stadium BTS, this stunning center an array of art works both Thai and International specialists.

    Both inside and outside the building is reminiscent of the Guggenheim in New York, with its colossal white facing and winding walkways. Bangkok Art and Culture Center gathers and shows a wide assortment of artwork including Thai and global contemporary craftsmanship. The winding staircase takes guests on a round displaying these stunning masterpieces on every floor of this 9-story building. Also, an art workshop is routinely held in front of the building every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

    Opening hours: Everyday 10:00 AM – 09:00 PM (Closed on Mondays)

    Admission fee: Free

    Location: Pathumwan Intersection, opposite MBK Center

    How to Reach: Taxi/ Bus from Siam Station or National Stadium Station





    Top Things To Do in Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

  • 37 Lumpini Park

    Lumpini Park
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    Lumpini Park is an inner-city haven of tranquility, fresh air, and shade - offering city dwellers the perfect connection to nature. Named after the birthplace of the Lord Buddha in Nepal, the park is more than half a million square metres big, and the habitat of various flora and fauna. Lumpini Park has over the years grew into the endearing centre for outdoor leisure activities for people.



    Highlights
    : The park is home to ever rarer indigenous flora, a forest park, and some quirky residents like the water monitor lizards. Some of the colourful recreational pursuits at the park include rowing, paddleboats, and a fun outdoor gym. On the subject of food, Lumpini Park never fails to impress with many street vendors cooking up famous Thai street food like Pad Thai etc.

    Location: It is located on Rama IV Road, between Ratchadamri and Witthayu

    Timings
    :  Everyday from 5:00 to 19:00

    Price: The entry is free in this park




  • 38 GLOW

    GLOW
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    GLOW is a comparatively small but quite famous and sought after night club of Bangkok. With space for not more that few hundred people, GLOW is famous for its thriving music and amazing ambience. Glow is much different from other nightclubs since it is based on love of music and not on each and everything that hits the floor and raises the charts. Based in Shumvit Soi 23, this is one place where rejuvenation of mind is guaranteed. Live music, deep house, techno are some of the preferred music played here. The nightclub is divided into two floors but the same remains quite crowded throughout the week. Entry fee is dependent on the event and the DJ’s playing though the amount is nearly 300 Baht approximately. It is one of the favourite joints with mix crowd of both Thai individuals and foreigners.

     

    Location
    : Shumvit Soi 23, near BTS Ashok

    Timings
    : 22; 00pm to 3:00am


  • 39 Kwan Riam

    Kwan Riam
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    Kwan Riam is popularly known as the central floating market, situated at a distance of 30 kms from Bangkok city. The market covered a huge area and offers an authentic range of fresh food and Thai meals, one can ever imagine.

    Highlights: The Kwan Riam floating market is traditionally a weekend market. It opens on Saturdays, Sundays and any other public holidays. Generally people offering alms to the monks gather this place on weekends. Hence, the Kwan Riam floating market is a quite busy market of Bangkok outskirts. The essence of traditional touch in the marketplace is quite realistic and offers a colossal gathering of joy and victuals.

    Location: The Kwan Rium market is located quite in between Soi Saereethai 60 and Soi Ramkhamhaeng 187, 30 kms away from the city of Bangkok.

    Price: Entry to the market is free. Only buying is chargeable in Bahts. 


  • 40 Amphawa Floating Market

    Amphawa Floating Market
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    The Bangkok Magazine has ranked Amphawa Floating Market as the second largest market of the city capital. Bangkok is the city of tourist attraction and the beautiful addition of Amphawa Floating Market to the list has moreover increased its number of visitors on a daily basis. The authentic Amphawa floating Market is a worth sightseeing center for tourists.

    Highlights: The Amphawa Floating Market is famous for its exotic Thai culture and authenticity. The place dates back to the 17th century, but the essence is still young and vibrant. The market place lights up with joy and pleasant odor during the weekends. The exotic range of the seafood that is available at the Amphawa Floating market is irresistible to the appetite. The prawn plate appetizers and the sweet tooth Thai desserts are the incredible part of this weekend market.

    Location: The Amphawa Floating Market is located at 50 kms away from the city of Bangkok, near a small village known as Amphawa.

    Price: The entry to the marketplace is free. The boat ride across the floating market charges around 50 Baht, else you have to pay only for the appetizers you buy. 


    Top Things To Do in Amphawa Floating Market

  • 41 Grease Nightclub

    Grease Nightclub
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    With four distinctive floors dedicated towards entertaining the visitors, one can just drop by at Grease Night Club and enjoy lovely wine, delicious dinner, foot tapping music and jolting dance. Located at Sukhumvit Soi 49, in Piman 49 Complex, this place is close to Thong Lor BTS and opposite to Samitivej Hospital. The ground floor of the club is dedicated to Mediterranean and Thai cuisine. The first level is the LSD, the nightclub with neon lights and low ceiling, the second comprises New York live music in loft style and the fourth is an open air shisha bar dedicated to the star gazer since it’s based on the rooftop. A perfect place, to chill out with friends and family Grease promises good entertainment. The availability of foods and drinks and wide and cocktails starts at only 260 Baht.



    Location
    : Sukhumvit Soi 49,Bangkok.

    Timings: 20:00pm till late night.


  • 42 Princess Mother Memorial Park

    Princess Mother Memorial Park
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    A visit to this memorial park doesn’t only give you a relaxing ambience in a lush garden but an insight to the life and works of the beloved Princess Mother of Thailand. There are two exhibition halls where you can learn about her life and works. The park features an actual­size model of the house where the Princess Mother was born and lived, set amid a beautifully landscaped garden. The Princess Mother passed away in 1995, two years after the memorial park was built. Photographs from her royal cremation ceremony in 1996 are also displayed here.


    Location: Soi 3 Somdet Chao Phraya Road

    Timings: Garden  is open daily 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM and the exhibition halls from 8:30 AM to  4:30 PM (except national holidays)


    Top Things To Do in Princess Mother Memorial Park

  • 43 Wat Mahathat

    Wat Mahathat
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    The headquarter of Thailand's largest monastic order and Vipassana Meditation centre, Wat Mahathat is an important centre for the study of Buddhism and meditation. Although most programmes are in Thai, there are some in English and the temple has become a popular place to learn the Vipassana Meditation (Insight Meditation). The temple was originally built to house a relic of the Buddha and one of the oldest temples in Bangkok. You can also have your fortune told inside the 'wat' (temple). Just next to the temple, every Sunday is the Bangkok's largest amulet market, where religious amulets, charms, talismans, and traditional medicine are spread on the ground to be inspected by buyers looking for one that will bring good luck or ward off evil. Different amulets are used for specific purposes; to bring money, restore health, deal with unrequited love or keep your enemies away.

    Location: Phra That Road, Old City (Rattanakosin)

    Timings: 09:00 Am to  17:00 Pm





  • 44 Democracy Monument

    Democracy Monument
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    Hovered by never­ending swarms of verwhelming tourists, the Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road is a substantial Western­style image of Thailand's selection of  popular government and freedom. Field Marshall PlaekPibulsonggram appointed it to honor the June 1932 military overthrow that led to the nation's first fair constitution set  up laid on total principle.

    Location: Ratchadamnoen Road, Rattanakosin (Old City)


  • 45 Erawan Shrine

    Erawan Shrine
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    Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, not entirely Buddhist pulls in a greater number of guests than a number of the city's sanctuaries. It was raised amid the mid­1950s, after the Thai government had chosen to fabricate the extravagant Erawan Hotel in this area. In any  case, the first phases of the development were plagued with such a large number of issues that superstitious workers declined to proceed unless the area spirits were  pacified. After conferences with celestial prophets, the erection of a hallowed place to respect the four ­confronted Brahma God, Than Tao Mahaprom, was thought to be a favorable arrangement. A sublime picture of the Brahma God was particularly thrown and plated, and The Erawan Hotel opened to recognitions and overall acclaim for three decades. Towards the end, the property couldn't contend with more cutting edge offices, and was replaced by the exclusive Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok in 1991. As the shrine was initially developed to match the grandeur of the old Erawan Hotel, the area came to be known as the Erawan Shrine.



    Opening Hours: 06:00 AM – 12:00 AM

    Location: In front of Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, corner of Ploenchit and Ratchadamri  Road


  • 46 Brown Sugar

    Brown Sugar
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    Following  1985,  Brown  Sugar  has  been  serving  Bangkok's  unrecorded  music  fans. Positioned as "one of the best bars of the world" by Newsweek (1997), Brown Sugar has never neglected to give everyone a decent time. Following 26 years of awesome administration, Brown Sugar has now moved from Sarasin Rd. to Phrasumen Rd. ­ a  greater  home. The  club  is  open  amid  the  day  as  an  eatery  and  café,  and  during  the evening for decent icy lagers with unrecorded music 7 days a week. Presently with a fresh out of the box new 200­seater space on its second floor to serve workmanship show, film screening, plays, verse perusing, private occasions/capacities, exhibitions and shows, and all other craftsmanship/music occasions past your creative ability.  The  month  to  month  "Cocoa  Sugar  Showcase"  hosts  live  exhibitions  of  International/visiting acts each and every Fri­ Sat of the month at the Play House. Expect  incredible music in the house, upstairs and ground floor.



    Location:  469 Phrasumen road, Bawornniwes, Near Wanchat Bridge, Near  Khaosan, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

    Timings: Every day from 05:00 PM – 02:00 AM


  • 47 Smalls Bar

    Smalls Bar
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    Smalls is managed by David Jacobson, the organizer of Q Bar and also considered as a nightlife legend.The laidback, late­night bar is divided into three unsteady levels of an old corner townhouse where the proprietor's prized accumulation of modern  craftsmanship matches with a hands­off way to deal with restoration. Smalls has a tendency to be non­business, with an emphasis on jazz and world music, instead of the standard hip­jump, house and techno heard in numerous Bangkok clubs. 
    Once in a while Smalls has live soul or jazz troupes, yet what is by all accounts working best for the club, in this way, are periodic visits by varied DJs such as club veteran Justin Mills.



    Location: Smalls, 186/3 SuanphluSoi 1, Bangkok, Thailand

    Timings: Every day from 07:00 PM­ 02:00 AM


  • 48 Cloud 47 (Bar)

    Cloud 47 (Bar)
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    Cloud 47 is the most recent expansion to Bangkok's amazing rooftop race. Situated at the highest point of the United Center office tower, Cloud 47 is entirely not quite the  same as whatever other housetop you may have known about or visited recently. Generally it's all opulent and marvelous, with beverage cost list as high as the building and servers straight out of the motion picture cosmetics room, yet here costs are  shockingly inviting, environment is easygoing and a lager costs close to 160 baht. On the left, the Chao Phraya River is somewhat far yet obvious and, standing only alongside United Center, the immense glass structures of Sathorn Road offer a panoramic view of Bangkok that could cope with any city ­escape. On the other side is  the delightful Lumpini Park and the well­known shopping locale of Siam. In all headings roads are lit with neon signs and the spilling taillights of autos, making an awesome  postcard picture perfect for picture takers.



    Location: Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

    Timings: Every day from 05:00 PM – 01:00 AM


  • 49 Funky Villa

    Funky Villa
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    Constantly featuring amongst the list of best nightclubs in Bangkok, the Funky Villa follows up to its reputation with stunning interiors, apt location and excellent DJs. It sites  itself on Thong Lor Soi 10 and is right next to the Demo nightclub. This reputed  nightclub is amongst the top draws for the residents of Hi So crowd and reminds one of  the fascinations of the hills of Southern California. The lounge area has an adequate amount of seating, although the popularity necessitates that you book your tables in advance. There is also a sectioned off VIP area which has great views of the stage. The music is a varied range of Thai artists playing local music and other live acts. It also has other live entertainment and an MC as well as a DJ spinning Hip Hop tunes. 



    Location: Thong Lor Soi 10, Bangkok

    Highlights: State of the art place with highly rated user reviews.


  • 50 Ztudio Live Hall

    Ztudio Live Hall
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    Another popular name in the famous party joint of Bangkok, RCV is the Ztudio Live Hall which has been opened recently on August 2015, but has significantly made a mark in the hearts of the locals. The main focus of the club is EDM, though popular International DJ can be often seen highlighting the evening show. The club is quite spacious with proper sound system, LED display and a spacious DJ booth. There’s plenty of dance floor but for those who are interested in only music can have a drink and enjoy the party at the standing table just like the specified Thai joints. TGIF nights are quite popular here and it remains quite crowded especially with local clubbers. Rama 9 is the closest MRT to the hall about 10 minutes away.

    Location: RCAvenue Near Rama 9 MRT, Bangkok



  • 51 Madame Tussauds

    Madame Tussauds
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    Madame Tussauds in Bangkok offers you the chance to brush shoulders with your favorite Hollywood stars, local celebrities, sports heroes and heroines, even heads of state. Madame Tussauds has opened its 10th attraction in Bangkok, with a revolutionary concept – the wax museum with exhibits you can touch, hug, play with and even kiss. Pose with the U.S. President and the First Lady in the Oval Office, play basketball with the NBA star Yao Ming or give Leonardo DiCaprio an air-kiss (or real kiss). Waltz down the red carpet and join the party of the Hollywood A-List, including George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and Angelina Jolie, to name just a few. A day out at Madame Tussauds wax museum is unlike any other you have experienced before.


    Timings: Opens daily from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM

    Price: The approximate price for an adult is 600 Baht and for a child is 500 Baht. 



  • 52 Sugar Club Bangkok

    Sugar Club Bangkok
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    As of today Sukhumvit Soi 11 is regarded as the party capital of Bangkok. Sugar Club is the latest nightclub on the scene to get in the act.

    Highlights:
    Sugar Club Bangkok has a state of the art sound system. The nightclub is dedicated to bring back some of the most renowned bands and hip hop clubbing to the masses. You will find some international DJs guesting here and spinning the tunes for you all to shake a leg. The party club also has some extraordinary deals such as Ladies Nights for all the beautiful laddies and weekend specials where you get 5 drinks for 500 baht.

    Location: Sugar Club Bangkok is located at 37 Soi Sukhumvit 1/1, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand.

    Timings: Sugar Club Bangkok remains open from 11:00 PM to 2:00 AM from Monday to Saturday. On the Sunday, the club is shut early at around 12:00 AM.

    Price: For girls the entry fee is 200 Baht and for the guys it is 300 Baht with one free drink for each.


  • 53 Skytrain Jazz Pub

    Skytrain Jazz Pub
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    Skytrain Jazz Club is a tense distinct option for Bangkok's cleaned housetop bars. With an  area  in  close  proximity  to  Victory  Monument,  this  exceptionally  Thai  housetop  restaurant  and  eatery  is  for  the  most  part  neglected  by  tourism.  The nourishment  is bona fide Thai and a lot of warmth. The fifth floor galleries of Skytrain Jazz Club sits close to theskytrain lines with views of  passing trains gleaming under the bright lit city. The graffiti passageway and stairways add to the restaurant’s chic urban setting. There is no lift so gear up for a brisk walk, so as to avoid bumping with the rest of the happy folks.

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    Location: 46 Rang Nam Alley, ThanonPhaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok

    Timings: every day from 05:00 PM – 02:00 AM


  • 54 Wat Arun in Bangkok

    Wat Arun in Bangkok
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    The Temple of the Dawn or Wat Arun towers 260 ft above the Chao Phraya River. With fabulous views of the rising and setting sun and of the city's main attractions, the temple is one of Bangkok's most visited sights after the Grand Palace. It is possible to climb the temple for views across the river to the Grand Palace and beyond, but its narrow steps are not for the faint hearted.



    Location: Located near the West bank of the Chao Phraya, opposite to Tha Thien Pier.Things to Keep in Mind: Once inside the temple grounds, visitors must be appropriately dressed and must remove their footwear. 

    Timings: The temple is opened from 9 AM to 5:30 PM.


  • 55 Onyx

    Onyx
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    If big room mega club party style is preferred then the best destination is Onyx club which is ideally the first club to start the fashion in Bangkok. The 2000 member capacity club at Royal City Avenue, Bangkok Party Street, is famous for its soul searching and throbbing electronic dance music which has virtually outsmarted the local bands. The ambience of the club is quite electrifying with the rocking DJ, confetti bombs, CO2 cannons and mind blowing laser shows. The club have a huge dance floor accompanied with standing tables and designer stools. Entrance starts from 300 Baht, however there are several packages like entrance with drinks and premium packages etc. In premium vouchers one can get a VIP area and a super VIP area where one can private balcony, direct DJ booth view and a private toilet.



    Location
    : Royal City Avenue (RCA), Block A, close to the Rama 9 Road entrance.

    Timings
    : 21:00 pm till date




  • 56 Bangkok Ladyboy Shows

    Bangkok Ladyboy Shows
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    The most astounding feature of the Bangkok Nightlife is the transgender shows, also known as ladyboy shows. These stunning spectacles are dazzling with glitz, glamour as well some well meaning humour. The performers in the show are accomplished dancers and know just how to hold the audience that arrive in huge numbers each night just to see them perform.

    The most famous amongst these shows is the calypso cabaret which has provided a great time to viewers from all over the world for years together. Th  shows include miming, singing, acrobatics and lots more! There are various operators that carry out different tours at the location.



    Location: Asiatique the Riverfront

    Timings: 08:15 PM to 09:45 PM

    Highlights: Astounding beauty of Thai transgender artists on stage with unbelievable  glitz and glamour.


  • 57 Viva 8

    Viva 8
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    Set amidst the hustling street of Bangkok Chatuchak, Viva 8 is just a next­door kind of  bar but its casual approach is the prime factor known for seducing the tourists from all  over the globe as well as regular from Bangkok. The DJ nights and a European styled menu – marveled by Spanish Chef is the icing on the cake that helps people in relaxing their wits after a burdened day with a drink and an amazing platter. The casual approach, easy menu and affordable prices together make this bar a must visit while in Bangkok.



    Location: 10900, 800/2 KamphaengPhet 2 Rd, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand

    Timings: Saturday and Sunday from 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM


  • 58 Hemingway's Bar and Restaurant in Bangkok

    Hemingway's Bar and Restaurant in Bangkok
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    Hemingway's Bar and Restaurant in Bangkok is a by and large enchanting spot in downtown Sukhumvit to appreciate an easygoing supper or meet for beverages with companions. Involving an affectionately remodeled teak manor and encompassed by tall trees, a shifted blend of clients fill diverse segments of the house and grounds. The first floor of this elegant bar has an exceptionally European bar vibe, while upstairs on the veranda or inside the lounge area, a more casual mood permits visitors to appreciate the astounding menu of tapas nibbles, new world dishes and more generous mains. The really charming house, constructed in the 1918, itself has a long and celebrated history, having housed sovereignty, and all the more as of late the French  diplomat to Thailand. Hemingway's Bangkok has taken advantage of the house and 
    grounds by making five unique ranges, every one mirroring an area connected with Ernest Hemingway; Cuba, Africa, France, Key West, and a lovely Spanish garden with a focal wellspring.



    Location: 1 SukhumvitSoi 14, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

    Timings: Every day from 11:30 AM – 01:00 AM


  • 59 Tawandang German Brewery

    Tawandang German Brewery
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    Tawandang is one of the most famous and pioneering brewery in Thailand. Thereputation of this watering hole is such that it is packed every single day of the week. The décor is reminiscent of the traditional German Beerhouse with wooden ceilings and long snaking tables. There are also live shows and music to keep the patrons entertained. The brewery is a great place for getting together in a big group to have conversations amidst peals of loud and raucous laughter. You can taste a lot of frothy ales lager, weizen beet and dunkel and the menu is a mix of traditional Thai and German favorites. The live acts are also rich, varied and glittery.

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    Location: Rama 3 Road, Bangkok

    Highlights: Traditional freshly brewed German beer amidst great live acts and German décor.


  • 60 Live RCA

    Live RCA
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    Live RCA is based in Bangkok’s famous RC Avenue, the biggest party street of the city. Competing with Route 66 and Onyx, Live RCA is the new kid in the block but come with a uniqueness that pushes it straight up the charts. Focussing mainly on Live dance music, this club is a huge hit. The club opens on specific events about once a week and focuses on EDM and calling in famous international DJ to rock the dance floor. Being quite spacious with capacity of 1000 people, the club is divided into three distinctive places, a disco room, a main room and a terrace. Giving the feel there are heavy bass sound systems with strobes, laser and LED screen setting the mood. One of the happening joints of Bangkok this place undoubtedly promises grooving music and entertaining evening.

    Location: RCA, Rama 9 Rd. Bangkok



  • 61 The Golden Buddha At Wat Traimit

    The Golden Buddha At Wat Traimit
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    Wat Traimit is one of the most favourite tourist destinations in Bangkok. It has an impressive 5.5-tonne and 3m-tall, a solid-gold image of Buddha. The image is sculpted in an elegant Sukhothai style and was discovered around 40 years ago. The statue of Buddha in Wat Traimit is housed in a new marble structure, which is of four-storey. If you are interested in beholding the way the statue was made, there is Phra Buddha Maha Suwanna Patimakorn Exhibition on the second floor of the temple. On the other hand, the third floor of temple highlights the multimedia exhibits on the Chinatown of Bangkok and its inhabitants. It is said that the temple is dated back to early 13th century.




    Location: The temple is located at Th Mittaphap Thai-China. There are various options to reach there. You can either take a metro or ferry from the Ratchawong Pier.

    Timings: Open from 8 AM to 5 PM

    Price: 
    The approximate price for the temple is 40 THB.


  • 62 Art in Paradise

    Art in Paradise
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    Art in Paradise is a fun and fresh take on an art gallery that has closed the divide between art and spectator with three-dimensional paintings that are interactive and laugh-out-loud funny. Through
    clever use of shading and borders, artists have painted directly on to walls to create stunning images that trick our eyes. The gallery has over 100 individual art pieces in ten themed sections, covering optical illusions, wild animals, nature, past civilizations and reproductions of classic art along with witty ones.



    Highlights: Photography is not only allowed but encouraged in this gallery. Art in Paradise also houses a small charming café where you can grab a bite.

    Location: Banglamung, Chonburi

    Timings: Open from 9:00 – 21:00

    Price: 500 Baht for foreign adults and 300 Baht for foreign children. 150 Baht for Thai citizen.


  • 63 Khao San Road

    Khao San Road
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    Formerly a quiet local area with just a few budget guest houses, the Banglamphu area and famous Khao San Road have become an obligatory stop on the twenty-something travel trail, with cheap guest houses, street cafes, music shops, boutiques and bars. Over the last few years the area has become a tourist hotspot. It's untypical of Bangkok and yet the back streets nearby retain some of their old fashioned Thai charm. Accommodation used to be very basic but many guest houses are now upgrading with air-conditioning, pools and better quality rooms catering to a wider family market, at very reasonable rates.



    Highlight: An extensive market, good cheap restaurants and the international mix of travelers and locals from different backgrounds make it an interesting place to visit or stay.

    Location: Thanon Khao San Road, Phra Nakhon District



  • 64 WTF Cafe

    WTF Cafe
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    WTF Café and Gallery opened after four friends figured out that Bangkok was lacking some good places to eat, drink and be masterful. Its prosperity is down to the unwinding climate  they  have  made  ­  a  great  deal  of  good  things  originate  from  working  with individuals  you  like.  WTF  has  an  inventive  cocktail  list  and  some  delectable  tapas solace nourishment – two more reasons it has turned into a firm most loved for both local people and international guests. At first look the ground floor bar is reminiscent of a little nearby bistro in Europe. Behind  the  glass  shop  front  there  are  about  six  wooden  tables,  a  divider  in  dark  red  and finished solid floors. An individual choice of pictures and records are shown around the room, and in the event that you return frequently enough, proprietors will let you know the stories behind them.



    Location:  7 SukhumvitSoi 51, 10270, Thailand

    Timings: Every day 06:00 PM – 01:00 AM.


  • 65 Demo

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    Based in Thong Lor Street Soi 10 , Bangkok’s high society row, Demo is one of the preferred nightclubs of the city. Majorly catering the high profile localites and throbbing young crowd, this place remains quite full from Wednesday to Sunday. There are two specified rooms in the club, one closer to the entrance designed with orange neon, playing hip hop and the other main room which focuses on electro. Base heavy beats, R &B tunes and tech music energizes the dance floor. There is no entry free but drinks are chargeable starting from 250 Baht and beers from 220 Baht. The ambience of the club is quite friendly and welcoming though the same remains quite fill with Thai’s and seldom with foreigners.

    Location: Thong Lor Street Soi 10 , 20 mins walk from nearest BTS Thong Lor.

    Timings: 19:00pm to 2:00am



  • 66 The Roof @38 Bar - Mode Sathorn Hotel

    The Roof @38 Bar - Mode Sathorn Hotel
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    To enjoy the real feel of being way above the buzzing city and to appreciate the Bangkok skyline and its 360 degree panoramic view, one of the best options is to try out the new rooftop bar at the classy Mode Sathorn Hotel on its 38th floor. One can enjoy the cosmopolitan look of the city with sights of Sky Bar, Lebua Tower, Sathorn Avenue, Limpini Park etc. Modern designs and chic furniture decorates the interior of the roof top bar.



    One of the key attractions of the place is local and international DJ music which creates a throbbing vibe and tempo creating the mood for the evening. The cuisines offered here include French, Moroccan, Mexican, and local cuisine. Unique dumplings and delicious Sushi are popular dishes here.




  • 67 Cloud 47 (Rooftop)

    Cloud 47 (Rooftop)
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    Cloud  47  is  one  of  the  latest  and  best  additions  to  Bangkok’s  booming  rooftop  bar scene.  A  stunning  270­degree  view  of  Bangkok’s  skyline.  Along  with  the  incredible panorama, Cloud 47 is set apart from all the other rooftop bars in Bangkok with is its huge terrace, providing ample space for visitors to move around at their own leisure.The cocktails here are pricey, but beer including draught beer and beer 'towers' are relatively good value for money. Location: Located in the financial city near United Centre.



    Timings:Opened from 5pm to 1am daily.

    Price:Cost for two may approximately be 2260 BHT.


  • 68 Chatchak Market

    Chatchak Market
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    Once only popular among wholesalers and traders, Chatuchak Weekend Market has reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. Its sheer size and diverse collections of merchandise will bring any seasoned shoppers to their knees – this is where you can literally shop ‘till you drop’. If you have one weekend in Bangkok, squeeze in a day trip to Chatuchak Weekend Market and you will not be disappointed. There is a system to help you navigate your way through Chatuchak. Inside, one main walkway encircles the entire market, and it branches off into a series of numbered alleyways called Soi 1, Soi 2, Soi 3, and so on.



    Highlights
    : There is an information centre along with ATMs and foreign-exchange booths at the Chatuchak Park Office. Schematic maps and toilets are located throughout the market. The whole
    market is divided into sections to make it easier to explore.

    Location: The Phahonyothin, Bangkok

    Timings
    : Open from Saturday to Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00



  • 69 Fat Gutz Bar and Saloon

    Fat Gutz Bar and Saloon
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    The reputation Fat Gutz Bar in Thong Lor precedes its reputation that is far beyond the popularity that any other bar enjoys. The décor is all black and the hooks will remind of being at a Docker’s yard.  The vintage furniture and lighting is reminiscent of an easier time of the 1920s. The bar boasts of a hige collection of signature cocktails and a varied and yet cool crowd. The bar is famous around town for its good selection of music and its servings of fish and chips. The dimensions of the bar being a little smaller than most other bars, early reservations are highly recommended. The atmosphere is excellent on the weekends and everyone ends up being a part of the entire scene.

    Location
    : Thong Lor

    Highlights: Cozy, warm atmosphere amidst a highly reputed interiors.


  • 70 Iron Fairies

    Iron Fairies
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    Iron Fairies is a mystical bar that is outlined like an ironsmith's workshop: dim and broody, with fashioned iron staircases, uncovered pipes and broken down timber and block. Bottles pixie dust are stacked in lines, and all over you look, you could risk upon minimal iron dolls of the winged animals that give the bar its name. Open subsequent to 2010, Iron Fairies moved in 2013 (however just three entryways down the road) and extended its operation so now it is a labyrinth of staircases, mystery entryways and dim recesses. The previous premises were tiny to the point that it was a steady fight to get in or out, keeping in mind it is still a tight crush, however, no matter you are standing or sitting you will certainly be in awe with its stylistic theme.



    Location: 394 Thonglor Road, Sukhumvit 55, Bangkok

    Timings: Every day from 06:00 PM – 02:00 AM


  • 71 Tuba Bar

    Tuba Bar
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    What does a colossal Yoda statue, a nineteenth Century plunging cap and Spiderman have in like manner? They are all part of the furniture at Tuba, a bar and eatery in Bangkok where resistance is a design proclamation. From the naked representations on  the dividers to the vintage confounding furniture, Tuba is similar to no other bar in  Bangkok – or Thailand. Part classical display, part bohemian home base, with a differed  Thai­Italian propelled menu and one of the longest cocktails records in the city, Tuba  feels more like a whimsical companion's home than a bar and restaurant. Come here with a gathering of companions, get yourselves anunfastenedniche, sink Into an old fashioned couch.The choice of European draft brews on offer puts most  different bars to disgrace, with Boddingtons, Paulaner, Guinness and Hoegaarden to  look over for around 230 baht a half quart.



    Location: Address: 34 SoiEkkmai 21(SoiChamchun) or Thong Lo Soi 20, Sukhumwit Road, Bangkok

    Timings: Every day 11:00 AM – 02:00 AM


  • 72 Saxophone Pub

    Saxophone Pub
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    One of the most popular and sought after live music bar which has been entertaining the people of Bangkok for years have been is none other than Saxophone Pub. Near the Sky train station and close to BTS Victory Monuments this place has been ruling the hearts of Bangkok locals and visitors for the last 30 years. Some of the greatest events of live music have been hosted here and almost every night there is some performances which make the place so special. Acoustic, Jazz, Blue, soul all can enjoyed in this live music bar. Popular bands of the city have been known to perform in Saxophone Pub. A mix crowd of both locals as well foreigners can be seen here. Music plays from 7:30 in the evening and continues till 1o clock at night.



    Location
    : 3/8 Victory Monument, Bangkok

    Timings: 17:00pm to 2:00am


  • Nearby Getaways from Bangkok
  • 01 Pattaya

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    Pattaya is one of the most famous hotspots in Thailand. It is famously known for its serene beaches, lineup of luxury resorts, casinos, shopping malls, authentic cabaret bars, clubs, as well as a religious treasures. There is no end to what you can do in Pattaya, and there is no chance that you are not going to enjoy being here.

    The things you can do in Pattaya range from enjoying the most serene of nature’s beauty on the beaches, experience adventure water sports, go around enjoying the street culture, get glamourous with the bars and night life or unwind your soul in one of the many famous luxury spas located here. Thousands of tourists flock to Pattaya every year and indeed, this place deserved all the attention it draws and it is hence, nothing less than a traveler’s paradise.

    Be it a group of friends, family with young kids or senior citizens enjoying their second inning in life, this place is an amazing place to unwind yourself and get the best from some of the best beaches in the world. A vacation to Pattaya is a perfect get away for holidays for those who are looking for nothing but sheer luxury and tranquility.


  • 02 Phra Nakhon

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    Bangkok comprises of 50 different districts that contribute to its successful economy, cultural flourishing and preservation of its unique ethnicity and identity in the world. Chief among the 50 districts is Phra Nakhon that is located right in the middle of Bangkok with the beauties of Rattanakosin Island towards the northern side.

    In fact, Phra Nakhon holds great significance and the proof lies within Bangkok’s decision to name it the Bangkok Province. Legends suggest that Phra Nakhon was originally recognized the Ampoe of Thailand or in other words, the second administrative division of Thailand.

    The Phra Nakhon district of Bangkok is bounded by beauties of nature with the Chao Phraya River lying in the west and the Khlong Phadung Krung Kasem situated in the north. The rest of the surrounding in Phra Nakhon holds a large open space where grand structures that hold significant historical relevance such as the Grand Palace, the Wat Phra Kaew and the National Museum lie.

    Other significant landmarks of Phra Nakhon include the Democracy Monument, the Giant Swing, War Suthat district among the numerous other forts and palaces. There is a great deal for visitors to explore in this city. Experience history, culture, ethnicity and varied activities at Phra Nakhon by making it your next holiday destination and you will surely not regret this.


  • 03 Chon Buri

  • 04 Chonburi

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    Chon Buri or Mueang Chon in short has been a very prominent seaside town of the eastern coast since a fairly long period of time. It acquired the town status in 1935. This is also a vital agricultural site of economic plants like cassava, sugar cane and rubber trees. Chon Buri is a hub of industrial activity, second only to Bangkok in context to the output and is also the location of Eastern Seaboard Development Project.  

    If legends are to be believed, Mueang Chon Buri has been in existence ever since the Ayutthaya period. Initially it comprised only of the small tows like Mueang Bang Phra, Mueang Bang Sai, and Mueang Bang Pla Soi. It was only later that King Rama V amalgamated these small towns to form the Chon Buri Province. This capital of Chon Buri Province and the Mueang Chong Buri District in Thailand, lies 100 km south east of Bangkok towards the coastline of the Gulf of Thailand.    

    Going by the literal terms, Chon Buri means ‘city of water.’ This along with the other areas along the coast to Pattaya forms an urbane known as the Pattaya Chon buri Metropolitan Area with a total population exceeding 1,000,000.   


  • 05 Damnoen Saduak

  • 06 Chanthaburi

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  • 07 Angkor