Things To Do in Bangkok

28 Things To Do in Bangkok, Thailand

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Siam Park City

Siam Park City is a world-class amusement and water park in the Khan Na Yao District, Bangkok, Thailand. It was founded in November 1980 and is the oldest amusement park and water park in Southeast Asia.

The Siam Museum

The Siam Museum is one of the tourist attractions in Bangkok that offers a collection of objects about science and technology in the past few decades that are owned by Thailand. However, if you are bored with the contents of the museum, you can enjoy the exterior of the classic-style museum to simply wash your eyes or take some photos. The fee for entering the Siamese museum once is around 300 baht.

Siam Niramit

Housed within Bangkok’s Ratchada Theatre, the show’s panoramic stage is built to accommodate the large set pieces that magically recreate the ancient Kingdom of Siam. During this must-see stage performance, more than one hundred performers in as many as five hundred costumes will take you on a journey to the enchanted Kingdom of Siam, a land beyond imagination, influenced by Thai literature, culture, and religious beliefs.

Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market is a floating market in the Bangkok area and certainly provides a unique shopping experience. By renting a boat, you can walk around this river and shop for goods sold. However, if you are lazy, you can also enjoy your day relaxing on the banks of the river. Because of its location not far from the river, this tourist spot is also known as a tourist spot in Bangkok that offers fresh seafood that can be cooked on the spot and immediately tasted. In this place you can take pictures with beautiful river views and cool air.

Muang Boran (Ancient City)

Ancient Siam is also known as Ancient City, or according to Thai: เมือง โบราณ, Muang Boran. Get the nickname as the biggest outdoor museum in the world. With an area reaching 320 acres and having 116 building structures and historical monuments from Thailand.

Pavilion of The Enlightened is a building dominated by green and golden yellow. This Enlightened Pavilion is a building that symbolizes 500 monks from various cultural backgrounds reaching nirvana. Many visitors who came took time to pray.

Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium

The garden is 2.4 acres in total, includes exhibition rooms, educational resources and activities allowing you to learn about butterflies and insects like never before.

If you want to visit the butterflies, the dome is located in Rot Fai Gardens, an easy walk from Mo Chit BTS or Chatuchak Park MRT and is open for business from 8.30am until 4.30pm on weekdays.

Bangkok Dusit Zoo

Dusit Zoo is a famous zoo in Bangkok. This zoo has a huge collection of animals from all over the world. This zoo is very wide and displays animals with good conditions. Thus, the enders will feel at home for long here plus the atmosphere of a shady tree. In addition, in order to attract more visitors, this Bangkok Dusit Zoo also provides new land which is used as a playground for children. This Dusit Bangkok Zoo starts open at 08.00 a.m. to 18.00 local time.

Bangkok Corrections Museum

The Corrections Museum is a tourist place in Bangkok that takes up the theme of the prison in the past, considering that this old building is a former prison and a place of punishment for guilty people. Even so, this place still has spooky air given the punishment given to these people is a fairly sadistic punishment such as hanging law, piercing sharp objects and so on. Visitors are also not allowed to take pictures of statues to avoid things that are not desirable.

LINE Village Bangkok

The Line Village Bangkok themed attraction in Thailand’s capital has opened, bringing to life the digital characters from Line mobile messenger app. Line Village features more than 20 photo zones and virtual reality encounters centered on the Line Friends. Brown, Cony, Moon and the rest of the Line Friends have an indoor theme park.

Madame Tussauds Museum Bangkok

Museum chain for life-size wax replicas of famous Americans & historic icons in themed galleries. As Bangkok attracts many visitors from other Asian countries, at Madame Tussauds Bangkok expect to see not only Thai celebrities but also the figures of people who are mostly famous only in the countries like China and India. However, there will be plenty of worldwide known characters as well and you won’t be bored even if Bollywood doesn’t interest you.

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