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  • Places to Visit in Bangkok encompasses The Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Dusit Palace, Chao Phraya River, Dream World, Floating Market, Beckoning Chinatown and many more. Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and a vibrant city also known for its nightlife. There are places of historical and spiritual significance as well as places that provide relaxation and entertainment.

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    There are places of cultural importance and those that are important from the point of view of conservation and education. The Chao Phraya River flows through Bangkok and gives visitors an opportunity to navigate it via ferries and boats. The River is an integral part of the city and many places are located on its banks or around it. 

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    Bangkok attractions include the magnificent Grand Palace and beautiful Buddhist Temples including Wat Arun and Wat Pho. Wat Pho has the Reclining Buddha, which is just magnificent and awe-inspiring. You can see the Emerald Buddha at the Grand Palace, which is utterly beautiful. A boat ride on the Canals and the Floating Market form yet another option for tourists. The option of a night tour is also available and provides a unique way of exploring the city.

    There are several recommended Bangkok tourist places, which are good for families or other groups or even individual tourists. Regardless of whether you come alone, with your family or a group, Bangkok is sure to accommodate your preferences. Various modes of transport including the Sky Train, Tuk Tuks, taxies, ferries, and boats make traveling convenient, pleasurable and exciting. With its diverse array of tourist attractions, Bangkok provides you with an experience you will cherish forever.

    Here is the list of best places to visit in Bangkok:

  • Must Visit Places in Bangkok

  • 01Swim With Sharks at Siam Ocean World

    Swim With Sharks at Siam Ocean World
    Siam Ocean World Aquarium is the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia. It is one of the finest places to visit in Bangkok. Boasting More than 400 species of fish, crustaceans and even penguins populate this vast underground facility.

    Diving with sharks is also an option if you have your driving license, and there are shark and penguin feedings. Among all the things to do in Thailand, this is the most recommendable.

    Location: Siam Ocean World Aquarium is located at Siam Paragon.

    Things to keep in mind: Try carrying an extra set of clothes and towels.

    Price: INR 1,490
               Baht 650
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  • 02Enjoy a World of Happiness at Bangkok Safari World

    Enjoy a World of Happiness at Bangkok Safari World
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    Claiming to be the world’s largest ‘open zoo’, Safari World is divided into two parts, a drive­ through Safari Park and a Marine Park. The park offers an exciting safari drive, an intimate encounter with friendly dolphins or an exhilarating fast ­paced spectacular action stunt, Safari World has it all.

    The Park is home to hundreds of animals from all over the world and native indigenous species which are highlights of the park. It is one of the amazing places to visit in Bangkok.

    Location: 99 Thanon Panya Intra, Khwaeng Sam Wa Tawan Tok, Khet Khlong Sam Wa, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10510, Thailand

    Price: INR 1,390
               Baht 608

    Timings: Opened from 8 AM – 8 PM.
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  • 03Visit Floating Market Bangkok

    Visit Floating Market Bangkok
    Almost every traveler 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 Khu Wiang, Bang Nam Pheung, Damnoen Saduak, Khlong Lat Mayom and various other beautiful and impressive floating markets. It is a highly visited tourist place in Bangkok. 

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

    Location: Floating markets are located throughout Bangkok and surrounding provinces 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 slight research before jumping onto 
    the price argument with the vendors.

    Price: INR 2,030 approx.
               Baht 888
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  • 04Enjoy Relaxing Spa

    Enjoy Relaxing Spa
    With some of the best massage centers in the world, Bangkok can be claimed as the ‘Massage Capital’ of the world. There is a teaching in the traditional Thai healing according to which, massage must be a regular beauty and health regimen and not just for the pampering purpose.

    Once in Bangkok, you can experience a traditional street side Thai massage or you can go for an indulgent spa with quality, style, and service. Though the majority of spas are now focusing on medical treatments, there are still plenty, which still offers the pampering experiences to the customers.

    Location: There are plethoras of massage centers in Bangkok, which offer medical treatments and pampering experiences to the customers. From Thai massage school to the traditional spa centers; customers can have a rejuvenating experience anywhere.

    Price: Massage in Bangkok may cost you a bit. It starts with approximate prices of INR 1,210
               INR 530
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  • 05Visit Dream World Amusement Park

    Visit Dream World Amusement Park
    This is located in Thanyaburi and is one of the Bangkok attractions recommended especially if you are traveling with children. It offers a variety of rides, other attractions including “Cable Car Ride”, and opportunities for relaxing and taking lovely walks.

    Location: Bangkok Dream World Amusement Park is located in the heart of the city and can be accessed by any local transport.

    Price: The approximate cost is around INR 950.
               Baht 415

    Timings: It is one of the most amazing places to visit in Bangkok. It is open from 10am-5pm on weekdays and 10am-7pm on weekends.
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  • 06Click a Picture with Favourite Stars in Madame Tussauds

    Click a Picture with Favourite Stars in Madame Tussauds

    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. This Thailand tourist place attracts a lot of tourists every year. 

    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 of Rs 1,080
               Baht 472

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  • 07Chao Phraya River

    Chao Phraya River
    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.

    Timing: Varies on the plan. Usually, the time is 7 pm to 10 pm.

     INR 1,700
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  • 08Pattaya City and Coral Island Day Tour - Flat 34% off

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    Take a day off from Bangkok and visit the nearby neighboring Pattaya City where your first stop will be Koh Larn, known in English as Coral Island, where you will have the entire afternoon to spend on the beach.
    - At 8.30 in morning, you will be picked up 
    from Century Mall from where you will be taen to Pattaya city. Take speed boat to Koh Larn and spend some good time here on beach. You can also participate in activities like snorkeling, sea walking etc on added personal cost.
    - Your speed boat will carry you back to
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    - You will be dropped back by 6.30 PM at the same meeting point from where the tour began.

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    - Thailand's beauty is in their affinity for art and craft, and that comes to life at this amazing 3D Museum, right in the heart of the capital city of Bangkok.
    - With 5 galleries dedicated to 3D art, the Art In Paradise has a collection like no other, where you can become a part of the art and get clicked in the mix.
    - The zones divided in the gallery are as follows: Aqua and Safari, Classic Art, Fantasy, Nature and Modern Art. 
    - A fully interactive gallery, the exhibits here are a great learning experience for everyone and has become a major attraction of the city.

    Operational hours: 10 AM to 10 PM
  • 10The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew

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    Adorned with beautiful architecture, intricate details further glorifying the heritage of this stunning country, The Grand Palace is an elegant and spectacular tourist place in Bangkok, 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. It is one of the most famous places to visit in Bangkok.

    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: INR 1100 approx.
               Baht 481

    Timings: 8.30 AM to 3.30 PM
  • 11Visit Wat Arun in Bangkok

    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, the temple is one of Bangkok's major tourist attractions 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.
  • 12Inspect the Mega reclining Buddha at Wat Pho

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    Sightseeing in Bangkok is not complete without the Wat Pho which is the host of the largest reclining Buddha in the city. It is Thailand’s earliest center for public education and has the largest collection of images of Buddha.

    Covering the 8 hectares of area, Wat Pho has various tourist sites, for example, Th Chetuphon and monastic facilities.

    The temple compound is also the headquarters for the education of traditional Thai medicine, Thai massage, etc. It is amongst the highly visited Thailand tourist places.

    Location: Wat Pho is located in the Phra Nakhon district on Rattanakosin Island. To reach there, you can take a ferry from the Tien Pier.

    Timings: 8.30 AM to 6.30 PM

    Price: To enter into this beautiful Buddhist temple and behold the largest reclining Buddha in Thailand, you will have to pay an admission fee of INR 220.
               Baht 100
  • 13Visit Dusit Palace

    Among all the tourist places in Bangkok Dusit Palace is the one you should not miss. It 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: INR 230
               Baht 100
  • 14Visit 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 into a museum, which is made up of two buildings. 

    The first building will give visitors an insight into 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 -  INR 230, Child INR 45 with free Grand Palace ticket.
                                     Adult - 100 baht, Child 20 baht with free Grand Palace ticket.

    Timings: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
  • 15Visit 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 remodelled 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.
  • 16Wat Mahathat

    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

  • 17Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

    Bangkok Art and Cultural Center is the centre of Bangkok's prospering craftsmanship scene and offers a wide scope of contemporary workmanship, plan, music, theatre and film in the city. Located just a few meters away from National Stadium BTS, this stunning centre an array of artworks 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.

  • 18Giant Swing

    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
  • 19Siam Niramit Theatre Show

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    A Guinness World Record holder, Siam Niramit theatre show is the world’s highest stage, which can accommodate around 2,000 guests and occupies more than half of the whole theatre space. Once here, you get to see the three acts, which include: Journey Back into History, Journey Beyond Imagination: The Three Realms, and Thorough Joyous festivals.

    The theatre show is renowned as a ‘Worldclass Spectacular Show’ in the whole Bangkok. The show primarily displays the history, customs and cultural treasures of Thailand to its guests and is around 80 minutes long. This show is one of the most visited place in Phuket by the tourists.
    Location: The theatre is located in the central Bangkok.

    Things to keep in mind: While visiting the theatre, it is advisable to you to reach 
    at least 30 minutes before the show time or you will only be allowed in the show after the break.

    Timings: The show starts from 8 PM daily.

    Price: The price for the theatre show starts from INR 1700 (Baht 756) and children below the 90 cm height are admitted free of cost.
  • 20Beckoning Chinatown

    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.

    Chinatown is amongst the popular places to visit in Bangkok 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.

    : 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. It is one of the highly visited tourist places in Bangkok.

    Location: Yaowarat Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok.
  • 21Rose Garden and Thai Cultural Show at Sampran

    Sampran, formerly known as Rose Garden, is ideal for picnics and is a beautiful place for taking a stroll. It is known as the Thai cultural Show that takes place every day, showcasing Thai traditions, customs and ways of life.

  • 22Princess Mother Memorial Park

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    There are a lot of places to see in Thailand but 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)
  • 23Crocodile Farm

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    Claiming to have the largest crocodile in captivity in the world, the Crocodile Farm is situated in Samut Prakan. It is open every day from 8am-6pm. The Farm’s main objective is breeding crocodiles in captivity in order to preserve them. 
  • 24Spend a Day at Bangkok’s Dusit Zoo

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    Originally a private botanic garden for Rama V, Dusit Zoo was opened in 1938 and is now one of the premier zoological facilities in Southeast Asia.

    It houses some 1,600 domestic and international animals, including albino barking deer and white Bengal tigers including relatively some rare indigenous species.

    The zoo sits in the midst of Bangkok’s administrative centre, surrounded by important landmarks for easy access.

    Location: Located next to the Parliament House and Dusit Palace.

    Timings: Open from 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM 

    Price: The approximate price start from INR 275
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  • 25Koh Kret Island

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    If you are in search of a serene green and peaceful getaway in Bangkok, Ko Kret is your destination. An artificial island, which is the result of a canal, dug 300 years ago, Koh Kret Island is primarily known for its rural atmosphere, busy weekend market and unique pottery.

    If you really want to enjoy your visit to Koh Kret Island, Wat Poramai Yikawat, the Buddhist temple and museum, the 200 years old leaning stupa must be on your ‘to visit’ list. The island is also famous for the hand?thrown terracotta pots. After getting down from the boat, ‘Tort Man Nor Galah,’ a Mon origin snack, is a must try on the Koh Kret island.

    Best Time: The best time to visit the Koh Kret Island is on weekdays, as it can be overly crowded on weekends.

    Location: The Island is just 12 km from the central Bangkok and you can take cross?river ferries from the Wat Sanam Neua.

    Things to keep in mind: Avoid visiting island on weekends.
  • 26Lumphini Park

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    Lumpini Park is an inner-city haven of tranquillity, 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. It is among the popular tourist places in Bangkok. 

    : 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

    :  Everyday from 5:00 to 19:00

    Price: The entry is free in this park.
  • 27Erawan Shrine

    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
  • 28Shop till You Drop at Chatuchak Market

    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.

    : 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

    : Open from Saturday to Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00
  • 29Wat 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
  • 30See the Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit

    Wat Traimit is one of the most favourite tourist destinations in Bangkok. It has an impressive 5.5 m tonne and 3 m tall, the 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 stories.

    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 the temple highlights the multimedia exhibits on the Chinatown of Bangkok and its inhabitants. It is said that the temple is dated back to the 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: 8 AM to 5 PM

    Price:  To get into the temple, you may have to spend INR 90
                40 Baht.
  • 31Bangkok Kickboxing

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    Viewing a Muay Thai battle is an unquestionable dream of every sports fanatic searching for a genuine Thai experience. There are various stadiums throughout the nation, yet the greatest battles where the Thai champions contend are held in the Lumpini and Ratchadamnoen stadiums in Bangkok. Muay Thai or Thai boxing is the national game of Thailand and colossally mainstream.

    Nothing can beat the feeling of watching this game ‘Live’ in the stadium where you can feel and hear the loaded electric environment brimming with hollering, energy, and entrancing music. Each night various battles are held in both the mentioned stadiums, in distinctive age and weight classes.

    Location: Ratchadaemn Stadium and Lumpini Stadium

    Prices: The ticket prices for Muay Thai in Ratchadamnoen Stadium and Lumpini Stadium is 2000, 1500, 1000 Thai Baht for first, second and third class respectively.

    Timings: Ratchadaemn Stadium organizes fights on Monday Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday  from 06:30 PM – 11:00 PM. While Lumpini Stadium held fights on Tuesday and Friday from  06:30 PM 11:00 PM and on Saturday from 04:00 PM – 08:00 PM and from 08:30 PM  12:00 PM.
  • 32Assumption Cathedral

    Assumption Cathedral is one of the most popular places to visit in Bangkok and is more than 200 years old. 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
  • 33Wat Intharawihan

    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
  • 34Visit Democracy Monument

    Hovered by never­ending swarms of overwhelming 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. It is one of the best places to see in Thailand.

    Location: Ratchadamnoen Road, Rattanakosin (Old City)
  • 35Ayutthaya City

    This is a UNESCO World Heritage Center and is an extraordinary place, which has ruins of high archaeological value. These ruins include majestic prang/reliquary towers and spectacular Buddhist monasteries and give an indication of the splendour it previously had.

  • 36Royal Barge Museum

    Tucked away just inside a canal across the river from the Grand Palace is the Royal Barge Museum. Here are displayed just eight of the over 50 barges that make up formal processions. That may seem like a lot, but during the Ayutthaya period, when the river was the main means of transport, royal barges apparently numbered in the thousands.

    The barges on display vary in size and function. The most important of all is the Suppanahong, or 'Golden Swan,' with its figurehead prow in the shape of a huge golden swan.

    Location:  Khlong Bangkok Noi

    Approximate Price:  Admission to the museum is INR 230 (100 Baht) per person. If you want to take pictures, there's an additional fee of INR 230/Baht 100 Baht for a camera or INR 450/200 Baht for a video recorder.

    Timings:  9:00 am to 5:00 pm every day.

    Getting There:  The best way to get to the museum is by boat. If you take the regular Express Boat service, the nearest stop is Pinklao Bridge Pier, although this involves a  long winding walk along a narrow concrete walkway over the swampy land.
  • 37Calypso Show

    The Show, which takes place at the Asiatique, is a Cabaret Show.It is suitable for children too but not if they are below five years (due to loud music/dark theatre hall).The timing is from 7:30 pm - 9: 00 pm and different ticket-based packages are also available. It is a popular tourist place to visit in Bangkok.
  • 38Vertigo and Moon Bar, ­ Banyan Tree Hotel

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    Vertigo offers an al fresco dining experience set atop a roof terrace overlooking the glittering cityscape of Bangkok claims to be among the highest al fresco bars in the world. Dine on fork­tender seafood and premium steaks while feasting your eyes on the city's vast skyline.

    Located on top of the Banyan Tree Hotel, next to Vertigo, Moon Bar claims to be among the highest al fresco bars in the world offering premium drinks, such as the classic Vertigo Sunset, a melody of pineapple, cranberry and lime juices blended with just the right amount of Malibu.

    : Located on top of the Banyan Tree Hotel in central Bangkok.

    Timings: open from 5 pm to 1 am daily.

    Price: Cost for two may approximately be INR 6800
               Baht 3000 
  • 39Hard Rock Café

    Characteristic of the world-renowned restaurant and club chain, the Hard Rock Café in Bangkok is also reputed to serve up a number of old world classics such as beers, burgers, fries and steaks. The music played is a mixture of old school rock acts and contemporary favourites that are a hit with the crowd.

    Located on the ever popular Siam square in Bangkok, it is renowned to offer up a memorable experience amidst a classical vibe. The atmosphere is extremely charged and is rich with a great vibe and a large dining room and balcony seating.

    Location: Siam Square

    NOTE: Patrons under 20 are not allowed to stay here post 10:00 Pm according to the provisions of the Thai Law.

    Highlights: Classic Rock amidst a classic American vibe and atmosphere.
  • 40Soi Cowboy

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    Soi Cowboy is one of the best known designated entertainment nightlife districts in Bangkok. It is also one of the most visited tourist attraction in Bangkok. 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: INR 250 to INR 340 for beer and entry into every bar is free.
                                      110THB to 150THB for beer and entry into every bar is free.

    Timings: Opens at 6 PM. Closes at 1 AM to 2 AM.
  • 41Have a Ride at Asiatique Sky

    Bangkok has another vacation destination with the opening of the 60 meters high Sky Wheel on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. It is one of the best Thailand tourist places to visit. The perception/Ferris wheel is a brief expansion to the Bangkok horizon and has been raised as a major aspect of a winter celebration at Asiatique the Riverfront. 

    Make the most of your night at Asiatique. Discover the new viewpoint of Bangkok, elevated Ferris wheel in Thailand, enjoy the stunning panoramic and 360 degrees view of the surrounding from the top. It is among the top places to visit in Bangkok.

    Location: Asiatique Park B, Bangkok

    Pricing: INR 340
                  150 Baht

    Timings: Every day at 05:00 PM – 12:00 PM
  • 42Grease Nightclub

    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.

    : Sukhumvit Soi 49,Bangkok.

    Timings: 20:00pm till late night.
  • 43Ice Skating in Bangkok

    Beat Bangkok's heat and stage your own holiday on the ice at the city's many ice rinks. An ideal way to spend time with your family, ice skating provides a non­stop thrill for kids and parents alike.  Many operators provide the city's relentless and unique ice skating experience that combines a rink with a night club and karaoke in a freezing environment.

    Location: Located in the local vicinity of Bangkok there are many operators like ice planet, Imperial world ice skating, Sub­zero ice skate club and many more offer a wide variety of skating experience.

    Things to keep in mind: Remember to wear something warm and comfortable. Long, thick socks, jeans, and gloves are recommended as they will cushion against unexpected falls. 

    Price: The approximate cost for this activity is around INR 230 to INR 270.
               Baht 100 to Baht 130
  • 44Visit 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 an amazing place to see in Bangkok for visitors. 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: Adult INR 340 and student INR 230
                                      Adult­ 150 baht and student 100 baht

    Timings: 9 am to 6 pm, 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 long boat to Sapan Hua Chang Pier.
  • 45Wakeboarding in Bangkok

    Wakeboarding in Bangkok is a wonderful approach to get away from the hustle of the city while having as much fun as you can expect. Taco Lake, which is around 40 minutes far from the downtown area and close Suvarnabhumi airplane terminal, is the best place to do it. For those pondering what wakeboarding really is, simply think waterskiing on a snowboard.

    Generally, this water sport includes being towed along by a raft, however at Taco Lake metal cables linked to motors pull you around. Most visitors are satisfied with finishing the full circle, which is actually equivalent to running on a running track while the more experienced guests utilize the incline establishment to do hops and traps.

    Location: Taco Lake, Samut Prakan

    Pricing: INR 650 (2 Hours), INR 1,100 (all day)
                  Baht 285 (2 Hours), Baht 480 (all day)

    Timings: Monday – Friday: 05:00 PM, On Weekends and public holidays the activity starts at around 10:00 AM till 05:00 PM
  • 46Siam Square

    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). One of the most popular tourist places to visit in Bangkok.

    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
  • 47Terminal 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 the 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
  • 48Shop till You Drop at MBK

    The MBK shopping centre is one of the most legendary shopping malls in whole Bangkok. Not only tourists but the majority of the local residents prefers the mall to buy the ran?errands. The mall has eight floors and around 2,000 shops, which offer everything from the clothing, handbags, leather products, accessories to the electronics, mobile phones, furniture, etc.

    The mall also has some lip-smacking restaurants in its food court, serving the authentic Thai cuisines and also the cuisines from around the world. If you are not interested in shopping or eating, you can even watch a movie in its multi?screen cinema or try some computer games or karaoke in the mall.

    Location: The mall is located on the Pathumwan Intersection, opposite to the Siam Discovery Center.

    Things to keep in mind: It would be great if you can avoid visiting the MBK mall during weekends as it is fully packed with people and become a little suffocating.

    Timings: 10 AM to 10 PM
  • 49Night Markets of Bangkok

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    Bangkok is famous amongst shopaholics for the multitude of experiences that it offers to help retail therapy! Whether you go to the malls, street markets, small establishments or department stores­ most of them stay open till as late as 10 in the night. It is at this time that the night markets of the city come to life.

    The most unbelievable of deals can be struck 
    while the night air blows around you and the moonlight shine on the wares.  There are a huge number of night markets in Bangkok, most of which stay open until as late as 03:00 AM and some even 24 Hours! In order to strike the best bargains, however, you need to know that each of these specializes in one particular type of wares.

    For instance, Khlong Tom Market is known for its second-hand wares like spare car parts,  DVDs and VCDs; Chatuchak Market is known for its display of homewares and  decorative pieces.

    Locations: Asiatique Night Market, Chatuchak Friday Night Market, JJ Greens, Khaosan  Shopping, Khlong Lod Night Market, Khlong Thom Market, Major Ratchoyothin Market,  Patpong Night Market and many more.

    Highlights: Cheap bargains while milling about in traditional markets. Quirky and inexpensive wares.
  • 50Thonburi City Tour

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    The Thonburi City Sightseeing Tour is definitely one of the places to Visit in Thailand.  The taxi boats are one of the major means of transport in this area. The tour starts from Sathorn Pier. It takes the tourists to the Wat Prayun Wong sawat. Here people get to see the man-made mountain which has a mesmerizing pond in the center.

    From there you can visit the local markets and the floating market which is the main attraction of this place. Being the best shopping destinations, this place is loved by all. Many old Buddhist monasteries are present here that are visited by the tourists.

    The gigantic Luang Po To, a Buddhist image is present here. The Talat Ta Wang Lang is the food market where the tourists get to explore authentic Thai cuisine.
  • Other Places to Visit in Bangkok

    Places to Eat and Drink in Bangkok

    49. Le Du Restaurant- The Restaurant focuses on fresh seasonal produce available in Thailand and combines traditional Thai culinary tradition with modern cooking methods. Located in Silom, it offers four-course menus and tasting menus and the option to pair them with carefully selected wines.

    50. Sky Bar- This is the highest open-air/rooftop bar in the world, which is suspended at about eight hundred and twenty feet. The wonderful atmosphere, food, and drinks along with the incredible views of the city, provide you with an unforgettable experience. 

    51. L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon Restaurant- The Restaurant offers the option of two dining experiences, a traditional one or an interactive one with the chef. It serves French cuisine that is prepared with the utmost care and precision and ensures diners have a memorable experience.

    52. High Tea at Double Dog Tea Room- The Tea Room located in Bangkok’s bustling Chinatown provides the perfect place and opportunity for a much-needed break and relaxation. You can enjoy a wide variety of teas along with different snacks and baked goods.

    53. Cat Cafe- There are a number of Cat Cafes in Bangkok and these provide different but unique experiences. Many of them allow you to interact with the cats and cuddle them while you enjoy your meal.

    54. Ce La Vi Club- This is a sophisticated, stylish and glamorous nightclub and lounge, where clients are expected to be “dressed to impress”. If you love the nightlife, then this is definitely one of the places to visit in Bangkok.

    55. Issaya Siamese Club- This is one of the best Thai restaurants in Bangkok and is located in Sathon in a hundred-year-old house. It is a hidden gem and diners have the pleasurable experience of a tour of the house before their meal. 

    56. Eat at Suan Aharn Kraton- Also known as the Flying Chicken, Suan Aharn Kraton provides diners with a quirky and unconventional dining experience.Here, acrobatics play a major role in the serving of the food and simultaneously providing entertainment.

    Offbeat Places to Visit in Bangkok

    57. Bangkok Ladyboy Shows- There are different Bangkok Ladyboy Shows available at different venues and their timings vary and sometimes change. These include the Calypso Cabaret Show, the Mambo Cabaret Show, the Golden Dome Cabaret Show, and the Playhouse Cabaret Show.

    58. Bangkok's Ghost Tower- The Sathorn Unique- The Sathorn Unique was supposed to be a luxury high-rise apartment complex until the 1997 financial crisis in Asia halted constructed. It has since then been abandoned and has become Bangkok's Ghost Tower and a one-of-a-kind tourist attraction.

    59. Siriraj Medical Museum- This is the Forensic Museum, also known as the Museum of Death, is of special significance for medical professionals/students. It consists of 5 separate museums, that is, Pathological, Anatomical, Prehistoric, Parasitology, and Forensic Museums respectively. 

    60. Puppet Show at Aksra Theatre- Among Bangkok tourist places, the Aksra Theatre is highly recommended because of its extraordinary Puppet Show. The mesmerizing puppetry and all other precisely planned and executed aspects through which folktales are conveyed make it incredible.

    61. Spend One Night in Prison- Sook Station- Sook Station, a hostel in Bangkok, has a prison-based theme and tourists become ‘inmates’ for the duration of their stay. Each guest is quite literally assigned to a ‘cell’ and given an inmate number’that acts as the key.

    Historical and Religious Places to Visit in Bangkok

    62. Wat Saket- Wat Saket, also known as the Phu Khao Thong/the Golden Mount, is one of the most revered Buddhist Temples. On special Thai holidays such as New Year’s Eve and Vesaka Bucha Day, guests can experience grand ceremonies.

    63. Wat Suthat- Wat Suthat- a royal Buddhist Temple, is one of the oldest in Bangkok and among the recommended Bangkok attractions. The Temple is known for the “Giant Swing” and contains the Bronze Buddha image “Phra Sri Sakyamuni”. 

    64. Vimanmek Mansion- This was previously a royal villa and has now become a museum and visitors are provided guided tours. It is made completely of golden teak and is the largest building in the world constructed entirely of this material.

    65. Suan Pakkad Palace- This is now a museum that showcases ancient Thai pottery, antiques, pavilions, architecture, and art. There are many sections/areas to visit within the compound such as the Laquer Pavillion and the Ban Chiang Museum.

    66. Wat Benchamabophit- Wat Benchamabophit or the Marble Temple is very well known and one of the recommended Bangkok tourist places. It is a beautifully ornate Buddhist Temple where visitors can see the replica of the “Phra Buddhachinarat” image.

    67. Wat Mathat- The Wat Mahathat is a royal Buddhist Temple and the headquarters of the largest monastic order in Thailand. It has numerous idols of the Buddha as well as the Mahachulalongkorn Buddhist University and Vipassana Meditation Center. 

    68. Chao Mae Tuptim Shrine- This is a phallic shrine and a symbol of fertility and good luck. It attracts women from Thailand and other Asian countries. It is believed to bestow blessings upon worshippers and is named after the tree-spirit Chao Mae Tuptim.

    69. Erawan Museum-  The Museum is well known for the enormous and exquisitely made three-headed elephant statue that towers over the compound. The inside of the Museum is incredible with a beautiful ceiling, ornate carvings, iconography, and a vast collection of antiques. 

    70. Bang Pa In Royal Palace- Also known as the Summer Palace/Bang Pa In Summer Palace, it has a number of buildings situated around a park. These include the “Phra Thinang Wehart Chamrun”, the “Ho Withun Thasana”, the “Aisawan Thiphya”, and the Queen Sunanda Kumariratana Memorial. 

    71. Chitralada Horn Palace- The Palace is His Majesty the King’s residence and occasional tours are granted inside. The grounds are mostly dedicated to a school and agricultural projects, while outside the gates beautiful fountains surround the Palace. 

    72. Sanam Chandra Palace- The Sanam Chandra Palace is located in Nakhon Pathom within beautifully maintained grounds surrounded by trees, lakes, and lawns. It has several buildings including the “Chaleemonglolasana Residence”, which is a castle that stands in the center of the grounds.  

    73. Pathum Wanaram- Temple- This beautiful serene Temple, situated in the middle of Bangkok’s bustling and lively shopping area, is also a royal temple. It has an ubosot/ordination hall, a white chedi/Buddhist stupa, and a wiharn/building that houses important Buddha images. 

    74. Kamthieng House Museum- This is one of the Bangkok tourist places that preserves and showcases Lanna Traditions and Cultural Heritage. It gives visitors an insight into Lanna architecture, artefacts, art, culture, beliefs and rituals, and their lifestyle. 

    Other Places to Visit in Bangkok

    75. Royal Thai Air Force Museum- The Museum, displaying numerous aircraft, is among the places to visit in Bangkok especially if you are an aviation enthusiast. The Museum’s main objective is collecting, preserving and restoring airplanes and aviation equipment used by the Royal Thai Air Force.
    76. Smell Roses in Pak Klong Flower Market- This is one of the largest flower markets in the world with a vast array of flowers and open 24*7. It is an incredible experience as you see seemingly endless rows of different flowers including a variety of roses. 

    77. Ananta Samakhom- Throne Hall- As part of the Royal Plaza in Dusit, the Hall is open to tourists as a Museum displaying different artworks. The artworks of both national artists and Chitralada Vocational Center’s students are showcased here. But rules of strict dress code and no photography do apply to all visitors.

    78. Siam Park City- An amusement park and a water park, this is one of the perfect Bangkok attractions especially for families with children. The Park has various areas/zones including the Water Park, the X-Zone, the Small, the Fantasy, and the Family Worlds. 
    79. David Beckham Buddha- The David Beckham Buddha is located at the Wat Pariwat, which is also called the David Beckham Temple. It is a gold-leaf-covered David Beckham image that has been positioned at the base of the main Buddha image.
    80. King Prajadhipok Museum- The King Prajadhipok Museum, which has three levels, exhibits the life story of the King Prajadhipok and his Queen. Level one portrays the story of the Queen while levels two and three portrays the story of the King. 

    81. Visit Khao San Road- Khao San Road is the ultimate favourite place for backpackers and this place is well worth a visit. Literally, a one-kilometre-long strip has reasonably inexpensive hotels, guestrooms, restaurants, markets, shops, and all other amenities, facilities, and services.

    82. Visit Patpong- Patpong, a night market, is definitely one of the places to visit in Bangkok if you especially love shopping. But tourists are asked to take their time, check all items carefully and bargain hard before buying them.

    83. Rattanakosin Island- Several well-known and recommended Bangkok attractions are located on Rattanakosin Island including the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun. Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Kaew, the National Gallery and Sanam Luang (historic park) are also located here. 

    84. Maeklong Umbrella Market- This is also known as the Maeklong Railway Market and is a place where you find different types of produce. These include fish, meat, vegetables, herbs and spices and even flowers. Here,low-hanging umbrellas cover the busy Market shops, protecting the sellers and produce against the burning sun.

    85. Ziplining through the Rain Forests- This is the Flight of the Gibbon ziplining adventure through the Rain Forests that provides a unique and wonderful experience. The adventure package includes zip lines, forest walks, abseiling, sky bridges, forest/wildlife conservation, and Khao Kheow Open Safari Park Tour. 

    86. Baiyoke Tower II- Baiyoke Tower II is a skyscraper-hotel located in the Pratunam area and is the second tallest building in Bangkok. It has a revolving 360° roof deck as well as an observation deck that provides extraordinary views of the city.

    87. The Queen's Gallery- The Gallery displays a variety of art including paintings, sculptures, and embroidery designs, by national and contemporary artists and masters. In addition, art made by young artists and members of the royal family are also displayed here.

    88. Ride the Sky Train- The Sky Train/BTS has two Lines (north-east/south-west) and is the best, fastest, and cheapest way to travel around Bangkok. Practically all tourist places, as well as shopping areas, are connected and accessible by the Sky Train. 
    89. Benjakitti Park- Benjakitti Park located in Sukhumvit provides a welcome and much-needed relief from busy city life. It has a beautiful and tranquil lake, well-maintained grounds and separate tracks around the perimeter for cycling and jogging.

    90. Enjoy Bangkok Night Lights Tuk Tuk Ride- This consists of a night tour that includes visits to popular tourist locations, night markets, and nighttime street food vendors. It usually lasts for about four hours and tourists have the option of choosing either a group or private tour.

    91. Chang Chui Market- Dine in a Plane- Chang Chui Market is specifically a creative space that allows artists of various genres to express themselves fully without restraints. The iconic Airplane in the centre is a fine dining restaurant that has a quirky and fun décor. 

    92. The Human Body Museum- Located in Siam Square the Human Body Museum displays several carefully and differently dissected human bodies and body parts. The Museum, situated inside the Chulalongkorn Medical University Building, is an educational exhibition that teaches you about the human body. 

    93. Bangkok Airplane Graveyard- This is a Graveyard for planes that are no longer in commission and a place where plane parts are stored. There are many small and large planes here with the Boeing 747 being the dominant feature.  

    94. Wang Na Palace- Bangkok National Museum- The Museum, located on former grounds of Wang Na Palace, has the largest collection of art and artefacts in Thailand. It is divided into sections, that is, “Thai History Gallery”, “Archeological and Art History Collections”, “Decorative Arts and Ethnological Collections”.

    95. Butterfly Garden & Insectarium- The Butterfly Garden & Insectarium is located near the Chatuchak Market, is one of the places to visit in Bangkok. Here visitors can learn about them through a combination of exhibition rooms, activity centres, and their naturally recreated habitat. 

    96. Papaya Studio- At Papaya Studio you can see a variety of vintage items on display, including toys, cars, scooters, and television sets. This is also a place that is favoured by professional photographers because of the creative sets and backdrops. 

    97. Amulet Market- This is a market that has sacred Buddhist Amulets of different kinds with each providing protection for a different purpose. They are meant to ward off evil spirits and are specially bought by those in dangerous professions.

    98. King Rama IX Park- This is the largest park in Bangkok that is open to the public and is a perfect place to relax. It has wonderful gardens through which you can take a stroll and a beautiful lake with boating facilities.

    99. Western Canal System Boat Ride- A boat ride through the Western Canal System is a wonderful way for you to explore the city. It gives an indication of how the canal systems are connected and form an integral part of peoples’ lives. 

    100. Batman Toy Museum- Also known as the Batcat, the Batman Toy Museum in Bangkok is Thailand’s biggest toy museum. It has extensive collections of memorabilia and collector’s items related to Batman, Superman, and other comic-book-related characters and other characters.

    101. Cycle Bangkok’s Green Lung- Bang Krachao, Bangkok’s Green Lung, is a park that is literally a tranquil lush green forest in the bustling city. There are provisions for cycling and a cycle stand is there from where you can rent them for a day.



Saxophone Pub

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.

: 3/8 Victory Monument, Bangkok

Timings: 17:00pm to 2:00am

Tuba Bar

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

Iron Fairies

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

Fat Gutz Bar and Saloon

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.

: Thong Lor

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

Chatchak Market

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.

: 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

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


Cloud 47 (Rooftop)

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.

The Roof @38 Bar - Mode Sathorn Hotel

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.



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


WTF Cafe

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.

Khao San Road

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


Art in Paradise

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.

The Golden Buddha At Wat Traimit

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

The approximate price for the temple is 40 THB.

Live RCA

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


Tawandang German Brewery

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.


Location: Rama 3 Road, Bangkok

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

Hemingway's Bar and Restaurant in Bangkok

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

Viva 8

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

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