Things To Do in Bangkok

28 Things To Do in Bangkok, Thailand

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Who doesn’t know Bangkok? Bangkok, the capital of Thailand which is now the destination of many tourists in the world, remembers that the White Elephant Country has a high attraction in every tourist destination. Well, for those of you who will or are in Bangkok to spend vacation time, let’s refer to the 17 most recommended tourist attractions in Bangkok and popular among tourists.

The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is open to the public but visitors are required to dress modestly because this place is one of the historical museums for the people of Bangkok. The Grand Palace is open from 8:00 to 15:00 local time.

Wat Arun

This temple contains most of the statues and Golden Buddha ornaments which are very good as a spot for photographs. In addition, this temple is on the outskirts of the Chao Praya River so visitors can also see the beautiful sun that is about to sink slowly.

Wat Pho

Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Ratchaworamahawihan, more commonly referred to as Wat Pho, is one of the six temples in Thailand that are of the highest grade of first class Royal temples. Wat Pho serves as home to the massive 46-meter long reclining Buddha image, the size of which must be experienced in person as it is simply breathtaking.

Wat Pho experiences fewer tourists and is therefore a bit more relaxing to wander through. Wat Pho is an easy ten minute walk from the Grand Palace and has plenty to offer visitors.

Khao San Road

Khao San Road is a tourist spot in Bangkok that is known as a haven for backpackers who are ready to enjoy the fun and fun of typical Thai snacks at cheap prices. To come to this area is free of charge. Tourists can directly choose one of the kiosks from quite a number of kiosks in the form of guest houses, restaurants or shopping places that sell goods at low prices. This place is quite strategic and easy to reach so it’s a pity if you don’t visit this place when you’re visiting Thailand.

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World

Ocean World is a large aquarium in the center of Bangkok where visitors can enjoy the sight of impressive and beautiful marine animals as giant crabs, stingrays and sharks from up close. The aquarium provides a memorable experience and a fun outing for the whole family and a chance to see thousands of fish and other aquatic animals in an air conditioned and cool environment at a very easy to reach location in the center of Bangkok.

Siriraj Medical Museum

This forensic museum is a tourist spot in Bangkok that is specifically recommended for visitors who have the courage to enjoy this museum collection which is reportedly quite terrible. In this forensic museum, there are quite a number of human specimens that have been preserved under various conditions. Starting from the mutilated body of the victim to the bodies of victims of the genocide. This museum displays objects in a glass tube with original conditions without the slightest change.

Wat Suthat

What suthat is a tourist spot in Bangkok in the form of a very magnificent Buddhist temple that was first built around 1782 by Raja Rama 1. This building has a towering height and is the most important tourist spot in Bangkok because it can attract millions of tourists to visit each year . By paying around 20 baht to enter What Suthat, you can already enjoy ornaments, paintings and Buddha statues that are rarely found in other temples.

Pratunam Market

From stall vendors pushing their carts swiftly up and down the narrow alleyways, to tailors working speedily on their sewing machines, the experience will surely perk your mind and senses.

You can also find malls here such as Platinum, Talad Neon Night Market, The Palladium, Big C, Shibuya 19 and many more.

Dream World, Bangkok

Dream World Bangkok is the largest and most popular amusement park in Bangkok. It is a great place for a day trip whether you are with your friends or with children. They have a Snow Town, Super Splash, Water Fun, Happy Hall, Hobbit House, Tornado.

Yaowarat Chinatown

Chinatown’s temples and shrines are always busy, but best during festival times, when they are jammed with worshippers making merit. Chinese New Year is one of the best times, as is the Vegetarian Festival. The top draws in the neighborhood are beautiful Wat Traimit as well as Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, the former being better at any time (and worth seeing its gold Buddha), the latter for festivals.

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