Bangkok Things to Do

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  • 1. Grand Palace

    The Grand Palace is a must see in Bangkok. For 150 years the Palace complex was home to the King and also to the entire government, including the country's war ministry, state departments and the...

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  • 2. Chatuchak Weekend Market

    Chatuchak, or Jatujak, or just JJ Market (known by all three names) is an experience that you should not miss if in Bangkok at the weekend. Its a huge site housing thousands of stalls set out in...

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  • 3. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

    Visited there on a group tour and enjoyed it very much. Recommend this place for a visit for any first timer. The boat ride in the river is really enjoyable with many other boats roaming around the...

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  • 4. Temple of the Dawn - Wat Arun

    part three of my Wat Arun Tips with more pictures of the main Central prang and smaller prangs Wat Arun is a buddhist temple located in the Bangkok Yai district, on the west bank of the Chao Phraya...

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  • 5. Wat Pho

    This Buddhist temple which is a short walk from the Grand Palace is a must place to visit when in Bangkok.As well as being the largest temple complex in the city it is also home of the leading massage...

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  • 6. Baiyoke Tower

    Bangkok has two Baiyoke buildings in Pratunam district. Baiyoke 1 is a white building with colorful windows, and Baiyoke Tower 2 is a more iconic tower in downtown Bangkok. Baiyoke Tower 2 is the...

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  • 7. Jim Thompson House

    Tucked down a little side street no more than a five minute stroll from the sky train is the house of Jim Thompson.. An architect who had served with the US army in the Second World War, Thompson is...

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  • 8. Khlongs - Canals

    like what i've said, this will be my pictures and tip on the Damnoen Sadauk Klongs as compared to Bangkok Klongs. Although waking up early and leaving at 7:00 am for the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market...

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  • 9. Temple of the Golden Buddha - Wat Traimit

    The Temple of the Golden Buddha or Wat Traimit is located on Yaowarat Road, in Chinatown This temple is well known for its 3-metre tall, 5.5 tons solid gold Buddha image. This image is believed to...

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  • 10. Chao Phraya River

    A short and quick trip on a boat along the canal, and we arrived at the market. We left the boat and enjoyed the show. Is it always like that? Is it revivalism for tourist amusement? No. It looks...

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  • 11. Ayuthaya

    I usually love tours to old historical sites, temples etc. But Ayuththaya disappointed me!! I had read much in the forum and on the net regarding this. It was highly recommended by other Vt members....

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  • 12. Spas - Massages

    I’ve been searching for good and cheap Thai experienced massage therapist in Bangok, Thailand for over 10 years. Now I’ve found her :) I just found this place from my friend’s recommendation. This...

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  • 13. Bang Pa-In Summer Palace

    We went to Bang Pa-In Palace also known as the Summer Palace as part of our Ayutthaya tour. The Palace is approximately 60 kilometers north of Bangkok and was originally built in 1632 and most of the...

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  • 14. Safari World

    if you are not tired of the various animal shows included in your tour package, like monkey show, elephant show, cobra show, crocodile wrestling show and more, then you can head to Bangkok's Only...

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  • 15. Khao San Road

    Khao San road is a Bangkok institution. A backpapers paradise, a clubs and drinks magnet plus a load of street life, food stalls and shops selling pretty much everything. While its great here all day,...

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  • 16. Temple of the Emerald Buddha - Wat Phra Kaew

    Part Two of My Emerald Temple Tips with more pictures around. This will by my tips of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, I will have a separate tips for the Grand Palace area. Temple of the Emerald...

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  • 17. Chinatown

    If you enjoy rubbing shoulders with the locals you have to do this on a Sunday morning. Literally thousands of people out buying this and that or just plain wandering as we were. But beware, much of...

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  • 18. Rose Garden

    first of all, the rose garden resort and park is now named Sampran Riverside, it was renamed just this year, 2013 and hence the tip will be Sampran Riverside Elephant Show. having been to both...

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  • 19. Wat Suthat - Sao Ching Cha

    Located in front of Wat Suthat this swing is not for playing but actually this one is a religious structure in Bangkok used for the Swing ceremony. The pillars of the swing represent the mountains and...

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  • 20. Patpong Night Market

    This will be my Patpong Thing to do Tips , I will have a separate Tips for the Patpong Night Life at Patpong and at the other areas of Patpong in Silom hehhehe. Due to the Bad Rap that Patpong is...

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  • 21. Muang Boran - Ancient City

    If you are not in Bangkok for long then this fantastic place called the Ancient City is definitely worth a visit, it is only 40 kilometers from Suwananbhumi Airport. It is like going to all the...

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  • 22. Erawan Shrine

    Indo Chinese Countries like Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos maybe theravada Buddhist countries but there is a syncretism with hinduism as the former religion of these countries in the dark ages...

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  • 23. Golden Mount - Wat Saket

    The Golden Mount is part of the Wat Saket temple located just outside the old royal city precincts, next to the Pom Mahakhan fort. The mount has a somewhat unusual history. It was started by King Rama...

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  • 24. Siam Ocean World

    Siam Ocean World is a wonderful aquarium of sea creatures ranging from the delicious lobsters, beautiful coral fishes and the dangerous shark. It takes up the space of B1 and B2 in Siam Paragon...

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  • 25. Wat Benchamabophit - Marble Temple

    Wat Benchamabophit is also known as the marble temple or, if like me you cannot pronnounce it, Wat Ben. King Rama V ordered construction of the marble temple in 1899. The temple is made of carrara...

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