Bangkok Things to Do

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  • 76. Wat Ratchanadda - Loha Prasat

    Loha Prasat The building is 36 metres high and has 37 cast iron spires and built to the order of King Nangklao (Rama III) for Mom Chao Ying Sommanus Wattanavadi in 1846. This building have an...

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  • 77. Siam Niramit

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I have not seen a show like this anywhere. This is a MUST for anybody visiting Bangkok. Its a show that celeberates Thailand's cultural heritage and there are over 150 performers in about 500...

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  • 78. Mah Boon Krong - MBK

    I think this eight story tall store is now my favorite place to shop in Bangkok. It has practically anything a tourist and even a local could want ranging from the typical tourist knick-knacks to...

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  • 79. Grand Palace - Dress Code

    If you want a hassle free visit to the Grand Palace then ensure you're wearing a top with at least short sleeves and not body hugging, no leggings or shorts. If wearing a skirt then not above knee and...

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  • 80. Markets

    Wherever you go in Bangkok you will not be far from a market, either big or small. Thai markets provide wonderful photographic opportunities especially at the local food sections. The first photo is...

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  • 81. Chao Phraya Express Boats

    Plying the river from north to south, around the bend in the river where the main tourist attractions are located, the Chao Phraya Express boats offer a confusing, crowded but cheap and unforgettable...

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  • 82. Benjasiri Park

    Benchasiri Park Information Name: Benchasiri Attraction Type: Park Close to: The Emporium Department Store. City: Bangkok Pictures in the web: Parks in Bangkok Last Visit: February 2009 My...

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  • 83. Shooting

    There is a nice place I've discovered in Bangkok that is not mentioned in Lonely Planet. Bangkok Shooting Range! When walking on the street I've found a flyer in Japanese and with picture of a gun on...

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  • 84. Amulet Markets

    Wat Mai Amatarot Another beautiful temple in north part of Bangkok Information Name: Wat Mai Amatarot Attraction Type: Temple City: Bangkok Pictures in the web: Temples in Bangkok Last Visit:...

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  • 85. Museum Siam

    4 out of 5 stars

    Located on Sanam Chai Road,just behide Wat Pho temple. This location used to be the former building of the Ministry of Commerce. The museum aims to make an understanding on Thai history, nation,...

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  • 86. Siam Paragon Mall

    This will be my Siam Paragon Things to do tip as the Mall is a must visit since it is located in the busy shopping center of Bangkok and it lies just beside the busiest BTS Skytrain Station, the Siam...

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  • 87. Wat Bowonniwet -Bavorn Niwet

    What a find this was, a FREE sightseeing tourist Tram around Rattanakosin Island which is where all the major sights are. The Tram seemed to run about half hourly, I actually caught it twice,...

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  • 88. Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Abhisek Dusik Throne Hall is one of the distinctive buildings in Dusit Palace. It is located on the north exit of The Ananta Samakorn Throne Hall, facing a big green garden. This could be the only...

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  • 89. Rama VIII Bridge

    Rama VIII Bridge One of the most famous bridges in Bangkok. Located on the north side from Ratanakosin island and opened on September 20, 2002. It has become a notable tourist...

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  • 90. Daytrip - Royal Thai Handicraft Centre

    The Royal Thai Wood Carving Centre is only about 10 kilometres from Damnoen Saduak floating markets which we visited on our tour with Lets Tour Thailand. We asked our guide was there anywhere with...

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  • 91. Wat Ratchapradit

    Betcha didn't know about this little temple, eh? The full name of ths temple is Wat Ratchapradit Sathitmahasimaram Ratchaworawihan. I know it is a mouthful and the official name of Bangkok is a...

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  • 92. Songkran Festival

    This festival is cool.... I was there for the last day but still the festival was on. In Khaosan road I think is the most happening place to go for the festival . People will splash water on you ,...

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  • 93. Districts

    This Plaza is focused on the Korean community with several Korean restaurants and stores. If you are in the mood for Korean food, this would be the place to go. Plenty of options to choose from. There...

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  • 94. Correction Museum

    We visited the corrections museum in Bangkok, partly because it was on our walking route from Chinatown to Khao San Road, and also because we were a bit fascinated about the whole "Bangkok Hilton"...

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  • 95. Night Flower Market

    There are various night flower markets throughout Bangkok offering roses, lotuses, and many other types of sweet smelling flowers. The pink roses in the picture was 70 baht for the bunch, the ones...

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  • 96. Daytrip - Pattaya

    Pattaya is 147 kilometers southeast of Bangkok, and faces the Thai Gulf. While Thailand has some of the world's most beautiful beaches, Pattaya's is not amongst them but one saving grace is the Koh...

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  • 97. Sukhumvit Night Market

    Sukhumvit Road begins in Bangkok, as a continuation of the Rama I and Phloenchit roads which span Pathum Wan district. Starting from where the boundaries of the districts of Khlong Toei, Pathum Wan...

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  • 98. Elephants

    Travel 283 miles north east from Bangcock head on over the Surin,where its know for the elephants.Well in November they have a big festival where you can see hundreds of elephants that they dress them...

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  • 99. Wat Ratchabopit

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    If you are staying in the Khaosan Road area you can visit these places by foot. Wat Ratchanatda, Wat Ratchbophit, The Grand Palace, Wat pho and across the river you can also visit Wat Arun and Wat...

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  • 100. Chitralada Palace

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    An oasis in the chaos of the city, the Palace is a wonderful place to loose yourself for a few hours. Visiting in early morning and/or later in the afternoon are best to avoid the heat of the day as...

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