i have been here twice , but missed the venom milking though . the snake show is great , sit at the front for the best view , they bring out the poisonous and non poisonous snakes and tell you a bit... more
Good fun for kids and adults. The safari simulates the African safari with Lions and other wild animals loitering around your van.
45 min drive from city centre.....depending on traffic.
Don't miss... more
Bangkok has so many great spas but So Thai Spa is my favourite. It is right in the centre of town but feels like it is on another planet... it is not a shop in a terrace house like many spas in... more
Part two of my tips with more pictures around the Wat Intharawihan area.
Bangkok has many Buddhists Wats or temples and some of the popular temples for foreigners have some distinctive features like... more
Phahurat, often known as Thailand's Little India, is an ethnic neighbourhood surrounding Phahurat Road in the Phra Nakhon District of Bangkok. The area that would become Phahurat was an enclave of... more
The rose garden thai village cultural show has two showtimes, at 1:15 pm and 2: 45 pm twice a day and it last for 1 hour and it shows the typical thai village scene like the farmers gathring produce,... more
This huge Royal Palace located in the north part of BKK, near the Dusit Zoo, includes several pavillions in traditional Thai architecture and beautiful gardens.
I had the intention to visit it, but... more
Crocodile Farming is one of the major industries in Central Thailand and even in other areas of Indochina, they farm the asian crocodile primarily for the assorted leather products they make from... more
Although western style supermarkets are growing in number, there are still many traditional Thai markets to be found in every town. One of the more unusal is the market at Mae Klong which is about... more
I got to know about Calypso a few years back. Intrigued by it, I reserved tickets via its website so I could choose front row seats for my family. You are ushered to your seats when you enter and get... more
If you are book in a big bus tour or a small group tour or a private car tour, chances are that you will be dropped in front of the Sanam Luang Park and then have a short 3 minute hop into the Grand... more
Dream World is great for family with young children and teenagers. It is not busy. We went on Saturday and it was a lots of school kids but it only took around 10 minutes to wait for the rides. The... more
It may be aimed at tourists, but at the rear of the Vimanmek Teak Mansion in the Chitlada Palace grounds, there are performances of traditional Thai classical and folk dances. Approx 40 minutes long,... more
Suan-Lum Night Bazaar is very popular market offering one of the largest selections of Thai products in the country. Small shops selling clothes & accessories, jewelry, home decor items, arts and... more
The Suan Pakkad Palace Museum is a unique Palace Museum not only to display the Prince's and Princess' beautiful and extensive collection of artifacts, but be able to visit its traditional Thai houses... more
The Democracy Monument ( Anusawari Prachathipatai) is a public monument in the center of Bangkok, capital of Thailand. It occupies a traffic circle on the wide east-west Ratchadamnoen Klang Road, at... more
National Museum in Bangkok
Name: National Museum
Attraction Type: Museum
Close to: Thgammasat University and Wat Mahathat
Pictures in the web: National... more
Bangkok's City Pillar
Also known as Lak Mueang, build in 1782, located on the heart of Bangkok, opposite the Grand Palace and The Ministry of Defence.. Bangkok's City Pillar consists of a square... more
Wat Phra Kaew which houses the Emerald Buddha is one of the World’s great sights!
The Emerald Buddha sits on 11-meter tall platform and protected by a tiny umbrella.
It serves as the Royal Chapel and... more
Visit Koh Kred by Cruise
This cruise is provided every SUNDAY with Chao Phraya Express boat. They’ll depart at 09.00 a.m. from Sathorn Pier. It takes 1 hour to get to Koh Kred. At Koh Kred, you can... more
For many, cooking is the last thing to do on a vacation. True that. But if you have been to a place as many times as I have been to Bangkok and pretty much knows it like the back of your hand, its... more
The square outside Siam Paragon
Located outside the Siam Paragon Mall, on Siam BTS Skytrain station. It is a place that you can relax and watching people (tourists and Thai). There are some water jet... more
Royal Barges Museum
The Royal Barges National Museum is positioned on Klong Bangkok. The most recent barge ‘Narai Songsuban Ratchakan Thi Kao' was used and built on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee... more
The name is abbreviated as Krungthep or Krungthep Mahanakorn, which means City of Angels. The name 'Bangkok' was derived from 'Bang Kork' and refers to the original site. Bangkok is also means as the...
Bangkok didn't feel any different from home at first. When we arrived just before 11pm on Friday night, January 24th, the temperature was a couple of degrees higher than it was when we left Manila. As...
On my first visit to Bangkok, I clicked all day from the moment we left our hotel! Walk out the door of the Grand China Princess, and no matter which way you turn, there is something to see - that you...
This Is Thailand ( ! ) Bangkok is the bit at the top of the bay,
almost slap bang in the middle of the page.
Here you go. Essential Street (and All the Sites) Maps
...and all the tips you get on what...