BANGKOK FOR TOURISTS
The history of Bangkok National Museum
Bangkok National Museum is situated on the banks of Thailand's Chao Phraya River in Phra Nakhon district. Sandwiched...
The History of Bangkok Railway Station
Before the introduction of low-cost air travel to Bangkok city, Bangkok Railway Station, locally referred to as...
The Grand Palace, Bangkok
The Grand Palace, Bangkok The Grand Palace is a glittering walled complex that houses several palaces, all...
Wat Arun, Bangkok
Wat Arun, Bangkok This is the oldest temple in the city of Bangkok and is nestled on the bank of the Chao...
Khao San Road, Bangkok
Khao San Road, Bangkok This is one of Bangkok’s most impressive nightlife zones and both sides of the road are...
China Town, Bangkok
China Town, Bangkok Shop until you drop in China Town. This colourful section of the city is the perfect place...
4 places to shop in Bangkok
From vibrant street markets to air-conditioned shopping malls featuring luxurious brands such as Gucci, Rolex and Armani, Bangkok offers a broad spectrum of shopping opportunities. Just about everything can be bought in the city.
Chatuchak Market, Bangkok
Guests looking for a unique place to indulge in a spot of shopping should make sure that they take a trip to Chatuchak market. The market is open throughout the day on Sundays and it is one of the largest markets in the whole of Asia.
Wat Prakeaw, Bangkok
Thailand’s holiest shrine, the temple houses a 66cm tall jadeite Buddha statue which is the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand. While part of the Grand Palace complex, Wat Prakaew is a prominent attraction of its own right and draws people from all over the world.
Wat Pho, Bangkok
This stunning temple is home to the enormous gilded Reclining Buddha statue, while the large and lovely temple grounds are set with gently flowing waterfalls, ponds and the world-famous Wat Pho Thai Traditional Medical and Massage School.