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1. Grand Palace & Temple of Emerald Buddha

Grand Palace & Temple of Emerald Buddha
Must Visit 4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
1 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Highlights: Wat Phra Kaew, Queen Sirikit Museum of Textil (Read More)es

The Grand Palace in Bangkok was once the official residence of the King of Thailand. Often mistaken for a single structure, it is a group of numerous buildings, halls, pavilion sets, grounds, lawns, and courtyards. It also houses one of the holiest Buddhist temples, Wat Phra Kaew, or Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textile.

2. Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market
Must Visit 4.3 /5

7 km
from city center
2 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The king of markets in Bangkok and the world's largest weekend markets, Chatuchak is spread over 35 acres with more than 15,000 stalls. Also known as JJ Market, it is divided into 27 sections ranging from clothing, accessories, handicrafts, furniture, art, food, books, antiques, and much more. Nearest stations are TS Mo Chit/MRT Chatuchak Park/MRT Kamphaeng Phet.

3. Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)
Must Visit 4.4 /5

1 km
from city center
3 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Highlights: The Reclining Buddha

Wat Pho is a famous temple located immediately south of the Grand Palace precinct in Bangkok. The highlight of Wat Pho is the Reclining Buddha. Standing tall at 45 m long and 15 m high, it is one of the largest in the world. The Thai Traditional Medical and Massage School is also located here.

4. Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn)

Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn)
Must Visit 4.3 /5

2 km
from city center
4 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Wat Arun, or the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the most famous sights in Bangkok, located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The highlight is its 82 meters high tower which provides a panoramic view of the river. The stairs to the tower's top are quite steep, but it provides one of the best sunset views in Bangkok. It can be reached by a shuttle boat of ferry from Wat Pho Pier which costs TBH 4.

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5. CentralWorld Shopping Mall

CentralWorld Shopping Mall
4.1 /5

4 km
from city center
5 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

CentralWorld is the eleventh largest shopping complex in the world and effectively the largest in Thailand. Sprawled over 7 levels, all embellished with artistic installations, it has hundreds of fashion, entertainment, electronic, wellness, and culinary destinations, as well as Hindu shrines and a 5-star hotel.

6. Siam Paragon Mall

Siam Paragon Mall
4.2 /5

4 km
from city center
6 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Siam Paragon is one of Bangkok's most popular and visited shopping malls. From Jimmy Choo and Versace to Prada, over 70 globally renowned brands are available here. Besides clothing, brands such as Sony, Samsung, Aston Martin, and BMW can be found here too. The mall is also home to one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia, a 16-screen cineplex, and restaurants.

7. Relax At Lumphini Park

Relax At Lumphini Park
Great For Family Outing 4.1 /5

5 km
from city center
7 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Named after the birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal, Lumpini Park was the first public park in Bangkok. It is a multi-functional park with an artificial lake for boating, jogging, walking and cycling paths, a sports center, a library, and Elder Citizens Club. A statue of Rama VI is also built inside the park.

8. Asiatique The Riverfront

Asiatique The Riverfront
Great For Family Outing 4.3 /5

6 km
from city center
8 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Once an international port, Asiatique The Riverfront is a vibrant shopping, dining, and entertainment complex on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River. Neatly divided into four districts, it houses a variety of boutiques, fine dining, malls, fashion stores, and entertainment spaces. Asiatique has multiple themed exhibition zones that keep changing.

9. Gorge on the Street Food

Gorge on the Street Food
4.4 /5

0 km
from city center
9 out of 126
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Bangkok is Thailand’s ultimate food destination, offering a signature zesty cuisine characterised by chilli peppers, shrimp paste, fish sauce and lemon. Some of the most craved street foods in Bangkok are pad Thai, Tom Yum Goong, boat noodles, crab omelettes, Roti Gluay banana pancakes, steamed dumplings, and green curry chicken, drinks like Cha Yen tea, and even deep-fried scorpions and spiders. Try them at markets like Ratchada Train Market, floating markets, Chinatown, and Ratchawat Market.

10. Day Trip To Safari World

Day Trip To Safari World
Great For Family Outing 4.2 /5

25 km
from city center
10 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Safari World is an animal and leisure park and one of the favourite destinations in Bangkok. Spread across 170 acres, it is home to hundreds of animals, including rare and exotic animals. Safari World has 2 main attractions, Safari Park and Marine Park, with activities for both children and adults like jungle safari and jungle cruise.

11. Chao Phraya River Cruise

Chao Phraya River Cruise
Great For Couples 4.0 /5

0 km
from city center
11 out of 126
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The river of kings, Chao Phraya River, is Thailand's prime river and waterway, used by an average of 50,000 commuters daily. The river stretches over 370 kilometers, and a cruise is a great way to enjoy Bangkok's view. Group and private cruise tours are available starting for TBH 2200, including a meal. You can also opt for a ferry ride across the river.

12. Stroll Around Khao San Road

Stroll Around Khao San Road
4.2 /5

1 km
from city center
12 out of 126
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Khao San Road, famously known as the backpacker's haven, is a 410-meter-long street in central Bangkok with street food stalls, bars, shops, restaurants, nightclubs, cafes, and massage parlors. This road also has one of the most famous night markets in Bangkok.

13. Jim Thompson House Museum

Jim Thompson House Museum
4.3 /5

3 km
from city center
13 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The Jim Thompson House in Bangkok is a renowned cultural attraction and museum that offers visitors a glimpse into the life of Jim Thompson, an American entrepreneur and silk impresario, as well as a stunning display of traditional Thai architecture and art. The house has been transformed into a museum dedicated to preserving Thompson's legacy. Guided tours are available to visitors.

14. Check Out The Floating Markets

Check Out The Floating Markets
Must Visit 4.5 /5

0 km
from city center
14 out of 126
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The floating markets in Bangkok have long graced many billboards, websites and magazine covers of Thailand, earning the capital the title of 'Venice of the East'. These tightly packed waterways, filled with slender boats laden with colourful fruits, vegetables, delectable Thai street (canal) food and tourist knick-knacks, are helmed by mostly smiling women with their woven hats. It is a unique shopping experience in Bangkok.

15. Party at the Nightclubs

Party at the Nightclubs
4.5 /5

0 km
from city center
15 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Famous for the swanky settings, all-nighter crawls, booming music, delicious food and drinks, nightclubs in Bangkok cater to both the city’s youth and tourists or ex-pats. Clubs like Onyx and Insanity feature electronic music, dance floors and glimmering lights, while The Club at Koi and Levels Nightclub are go-to party spots for the elite. For live music, head to DND Club and Nunglen, and hop into Escobar Nightclub to escape the crowds.

16. Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World
Fun For Kids 3.5 /5

4 km
from city center
16 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Sea Life Bangkok is an underground aquarium located inside the Siam Paragon Mall. Sprawled over an area of 110,000 sq. ft., it is the largest Southeast Asian aquarium. Home to various marine life retrieved from the world's remotest corners, the aquarium houses octopuses, sharks, crabs, penguins, and fish species.

17. Enjoy The View From Mahanakhon Skywalk

Enjoy The View From Mahanakhon Skywalk
Instagram Worthy 4.5 /5

11 km
from city center
17 out of 126
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The Mahanakhon Skywalk is Thailand’s highest skywalk, at 314 meters tall. Located atop King Power Mahanakhon Tower, the skywalk offers a panoramic view of Bangkok and a magnificent sunset. There’s a sky tray experience on the 78th floor, where visitors can stand 310 meters above the ground on a glass floor.

18. Watch Ladyboy Shows & Cabarets

Watch Ladyboy Shows & Cabarets
3.8 /5

6 km
from city center
18 out of 126
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Bangkok boasts some of the best and most entertaining ladyboy shows in the world. The lights, decor of the auditoriums, the makeup and gorgeous dresses of the ladyboys along with the small comedic skits performed by them make these shows professional and fun. Calypso Cabaret, Mambo cabaret and Playhouse cabaret are some of the most popular ones among tourists.

19. Dine At Chocolate Ville

Dine At Chocolate Ville
Instagram Worthy

18 km
from city center
19 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Chocolate Ville is a charming open-air theme park and restaurant in Bangkok's Khan Na Yao district. It is based on a European village theme and is a paradisical destination for Instagram photoshoots. The ‘village’ is a colorful extravaganza comprising more than a dozen toy town-like buildings - each with a postcard-worthy background.

20. Museum of Contemporary Arts

Museum of Contemporary Arts
Hidden Gem 3.7 /5

12 km
from city center
20 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The museum of contemporary art (MOCA) is a world-class art gallery showcasing art pieces collected over the past three decades by Boonchai Bencharongkul. It is spread over five stories, housing 800 beautiful Thai art pieces previously owned by kings and originating from ancient temples. The museum building itself is a piece of art to admire.

21. Enjoy An Authentic Thai Massage

Enjoy An Authentic Thai Massage
Great For Couples 4.4 /5

0 km
from city center
21 out of 126
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Combining acupressure, Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga, Thai massages offer health benefits like boosting energy, improving posture, and lowering stress. In a traditional Thai massage, practitioners use their hands, elbows, forearms, and thumbs alongside aromatic oil therapies to reduce muscle tension. Relax and rejuvenate in Bangkok with soothing sessions at Spa Burasari, SPA by Le Méridien, The Lavender Massage by Arunda, and Sayamon Massage starting at THB 250-300 hourly.

22. See Golden Buddha At Wat Traimit

See Golden Buddha At Wat Traimit
4.1 /5

2 km
from city center
22 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Wat Traimit, nestled at the end of Chinatown's Yaowarat Road near Hualampong Railway Station, is one of the best royal temples in Bangkok. It is famous for housing a pure gold statue of Lord Buddha, almost 5 meters tall and 5.5 tonnes heavy. Wat Traimit is also known as The Temple of the Golden Buddha.

23. Explore Unique Maeklong Railway Market

Explore Unique Maeklong Railway Market
Hidden Gem 3.3 /5

67 km
from city center
23 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Established around 1905, the Maeklong railway market is a one-of-a-kind market in Bangkok, mainly selling meat, seafood, sweets, fruits, vegetables and drinks. A few times a day, there is a train that runs directly through the market, initially blowing a horn and warning the vendors who very casually lower their umbrellas, move their products back, and let the train pass before resuming business.

24. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
Great For Family Outing 4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
24 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Bangkok's Madame Tussauds Wax houses wax replicas of 70 world-famous celebrities in 8 different themed sections. You can touch anyone from Albert Einstein to Tom Cruise, from Barack Obama to Tiger Woods. However, you cannot touch any figure in the most decorated room housing the Thai royal family.

25. Tour The National Museum

Tour The National Museum
4.6 /5

1 km
from city center
25 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The Bangkok National Museum exhibits magnificent collections of art and artifacts reflecting Thai culture. Nestled on an erstwhile land of the 18th century, Wang Na Palace, or the National Museum, was originally established by King Rama V to display the gifts and antiques given to him by his father. Free guided tours in English and French are conducted on Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 AM.

26. Visit Wat Saket (Gould Mount Temple)

Visit Wat Saket (Gould Mount Temple)
3.4 /5

1 km
from city center
26 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Popularly known as the Golden Mount, Wat Saket is a picturesque temple with a 58-metre golden chedi which houses a Buddha relic. Established during the Ayutthaya period, this temple is built on a man-made hill, and requires you to climb 300 steps to get to the top of the chedi. A colourful week-long fair is hosted here every November.

27. Stroll Around The One Ratchada

Stroll Around The One Ratchada

7 km
from city center
27 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The One Ratchada is a famous night market in the Din Daeng district of Bangkok. It opened in September 2022 after the popular Rot Fai Night Market or Train Night Market, closed during the pandemic. On one side of the market are shops selling clothes, shoes, accessories, gadgets, electronics, cosmetics, etc. The other side is dedicated to food, desserts, and beverages.

28. Ride The BTS Skytrain

Ride The BTS Skytrain
4.3 /5

0 km
from city center
28 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Commonly known as BTS Skytrain, Skytrain is an elevated rapid railway transit system and the most popular means for getting around in Bangkok. The two lines - Sukhumvit and Silom - cover all major attractions like Chatuchak Park, Siam Paragon, the old town, weekend markets, Chao Phraya River, and Suvarnabhumi Airport. Riding the Skytrain costs THB 16 to travel to one station, while one-day tickets offer unlimited rides at THB 140.

29. Shop at the Night Markets

Shop at the Night Markets
4.3 /5

0 km
from city center
29 out of 126
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Bangkok's night markets have graced magazines and billboards with their colorful, neon-lit stalls and incredible varieties of local items. With over 15,000 stalls, Chatuchak Friday Night Market is the city's largest. Other bustling night markets are Hua Mum Market, Khlong Thom Market, Train Night Market, Rot Fai Market, and Pratunam Night Market. Their stalls offer silks, traditional clothing and handicrafts, accessories, souvenirs, and foods like curries and noodles.

30. Explore Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Explore Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

3 km
from city center
30 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) showcases a broad range of the best Thai art, music, design, film, and theatre and the contemporary art scene from across the globe. Opened in 2008, the BACC is spread over an area of 4000 square meters, housing shops, an exciting art library, and a handful of cafes along with the large exhibition areas.

31. Stroll Around Nana Plaza

Stroll Around Nana Plaza

8 km
from city center
31 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Nana Plaza is a commercial building on the Sukhumvit Road in Khlong Toei district of Bangkok. Known as the “world’s largest adult playground”, Nana Plaza gets its name from its prominent member Lek Nana. Being the most colourful part of the city, Nana Plaza is primarily famous for the bars, pubs, clubs, street food vendors which attracts a considerable crowd all year round.

32. Street Food in Chinatown

Street Food in Chinatown
4.2 /5

2 km
from city center
32 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Located along the Yaowarat Road, Chinatown is a Chinese cultural and commercial hub. It is majorly known for its exotic culinary experience of street foods, along with several Buddhist temples, and traditional wooden shops selling Chinese goods. It is best to visit Chinatown at night, which is when it is vibrant with neon lights and chaotic fun.

33. Experience Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Experience Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
3.9 /5

64 km
from city center
33 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Marketed as a major tourist attraction and a marker of Thai culture, the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is among the most popular floating markets in the world. Boats swaying on the water are navigated by Thai locals and traders who sell all kinds of farm produce, fruits, souvenirs and freshly prepared local foods, which visitors can enjoy while sailing in their own boats.

34. Shopping At MBK Center

Shopping At MBK Center
4.1 /5

3 km
from city center
34 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

From top branded to local products in clothing, furniture, accessories, luggage, electronics, stationery, and many other things, one can find it all at the MBK Center. Besides shopping, you can dig into scrumptious food at two large food courts. They also have an entire floor dedicated to entertainment, with a cinema and a 3D art museum.

35. Take A Thai Cooking Class

Take A Thai Cooking Class
4.3 /5

0 km
from city center
35 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Thai food is famous worldwide for its hot and bold spices, savory flavors like coconut, and supposed medicinal properties. Some of the best places to enjoy full-course or drop-in Thai cooking classes include Bangkok Thai Cooking Academy, House of Taste Thai Cooking School, and Silom Thai Cookery School.

36. Shopping At Siam Center

Shopping At Siam Center
3.6 /5

3 km
from city center
36 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

First built in 1973 during the inception of Bangkok's retail boom, the newly revamped Siam Center opened to the public in 2013 to undulated appreciation. It is fashioned modernly, with trendy interiors lined with international and national brands and boutiques stores, some of which are only unique to this mall and are highly appealing to the younger generations.

37. See The Giant Swing At Wat Suthat

See The Giant Swing At Wat Suthat
3.9 /5

1 km
from city center
37 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Highlights: Giant Swing

One of the oldest temples of Bangkok, Wat Suthat greets you with its serene aura. The main highlight is an eight-meter-high bronze statue of Phra Si Sakyamuni, which dates back to the Sukhothai period and is the largest surviving bronze cast of Thailand belonging to the 14th century. In front of Wat Suthat is a striking Giant Swing towering at the height of 21.15 meters, making for a remarkable sight even from a distance.

38. Day Tour to Ayutthaya

Day Tour to Ayutthaya
4.5 /5

69 km
from city center
38 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

An hour’s drive away from Bangkok, Ayutthaya was the second Siamese capital since 1350. Characterised by reliquary towers and monasteries, Ayutthaya’s remains reveal an elaborate but systematic ancient city. Today, visitors can explore 289 hectares of the historical park’s UNESCO World Heritage property areas, confined to the former Royal Palace precinct, surrounding monuments, and the Wat Ratchaburana temple crypts displaying surviving murals, sculptures, and palm-leaf manuscripts.

39. Dine at Baiyoke Sky Tower - Thailand's Highest Building

Dine at Baiyoke Sky Tower - Thailand's Highest Building
Instagram Worthy

4 km
from city center
39 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Undoubtedly the best place to see Bangkok in all its glory is none other than Baiyoke Sky Tower in Prathunam. Pronounced ‘by-yolk’ and not ‘by-ok’, and also known as Baiyoke Tower II, it is the city’s tallest building. Spanning over 80 floors, the tower features a public observatory, multiple restaurants and bars, a shopping complex, a 360-degree rotating sky deck, and a hotel with over 600 rooms.

40. Enjoy At Rooftop Sky Bars

Enjoy At Rooftop Sky Bars
4.5 /5

0 km
from city center
40 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Offering luxurious settings and top-notch dining and drinking experiences, lounging at Bangkok’s rooftop sky bars is the best way to soak in the breathtaking city and skyline views. Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar is the tallest in Thailand, mounted on the 64th storey of King Tower. Some more rooftop sky bars to visit for unforgettable 360-degree panoramas include Vanilla Sky Rooftop, RedSquare Rooftop Bar, Above Eleven and Baiyoke Sky Bar, all open 24/7.

41. See Sathorn Unique Tower

See Sathorn Unique Tower

5 km
from city center
41 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Standing with a whopping 49 stories (including two dungeon dark underground levels), the Sathorn Unique Tower is one of those skyscraper buildings in Bangkok which never got completed due to the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997. The views of the city from the floors of the Sathorn Unique Towers intensify as you ascend them one by one.

42. Explore Muang Boran (Ancient City)

Explore Muang Boran (Ancient City)
3.1 /5

27 km
from city center
42 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Highlights: Pavilion of the Enlightened

Ancient Siam, known as Muang Boran in Thai, is the world's largest open-air museum spread over 300 acres. With many mini-museums and sculpture gardens inside it, the museum mainly features replicas of some of Thailand's most important historical sites. The Ancient City's map here is a replica of the Thai map, divided into four sections in the same way as Thailand.

43. Watch Muay Thai Kickboxing

Watch Muay Thai Kickboxing
4.4 /5

0 km
from city center
43 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

A popular spectator sport since ancient times, Muay Thai is a traditional Thai martial art using stand-up striking styles and clinching techniques. Bangkok has plenty of Muay Thai gyms and kickboxing arenas. Watch the most incredible and famous male and female boxers in action at New Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Rajadamnern Boxing Stadium, Channel 7 Stadium and Siam Boxing Arena. Most shows begin after 2 PM, and tickets start at THB 500.

44. Tour The Museum of Siam

Tour The Museum of Siam
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
44 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Situated in Phra Nakorn on Sanam Chai street, the Museum of Siam is an interactive museum that combines modern with the old in an innovative artistic way to tell the story of Thailand. The exhibits are displayed from the very beginning of Ayutthaya to the daily life and highlights of Thai history, wars, Buddhism, and Thailand's entry into the modern world.The free audio guide is available at the ticket counter.

45. See Traditional Thai Dance at Erawan Shrine

See Traditional Thai Dance at Erawan Shrine
Popular among Locals 3.3 /5

4 km
from city center
45 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The Erawan Shrine was built in 1956 after the Thai government constructed the luxury Erawan hotel at the location. The superstitious labourers and other astrologers decided to honour the Brahma God Thao Mahaprom and hence built this shrine. Ceremonial offerings are made by Thais and tourists to get their wishes fulfilled. Catching a traditional Thai dance performance here is a joyful experience too.

46. Soi Cowboy

Soi Cowboy
3.7 /5

7 km
from city center
46 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

One of the popular red light districts, Soi Cowboy is a neon-lit street, filled with Go Go Bars and other bright spaces. With friendly staff members outside each bar, it embodies the true nightlife experience of Bangkok. Located very close to Terminal 21, it is an exciting experience thanks to the unique culture and vibe of the place!

47. Fun Time At Dream World Amusement Park

Fun Time At Dream World Amusement Park
Great For Family Outing 4.0 /5

32 km
from city center
47 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The Dream World theme park is in Thanyaburi, a 50-minute drive from Bangkok. The amusement park offers a cheerful, bustling ambiance, with rollercoasters, colorful parades, candy floss, waterworks, flowering gardens, a snow park, and entertainment shows.

48. Giant Swing

Giant Swing
3.1 /5

1 km
from city center
48 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Located right in front of Wat Suthat is a striking Giant Swing towering at the height of 21.15 meters. Nestled in the heart of busy square between Wat Suthat and Bangkok City Hall is a Giant Swing making for a remarkable sight even from a distance. Initially established in the year 1784, the swing went under renovation to be replaced in 2004 with a newly crafted frame made of golden teak.

49. Platinum Fashion Mall

Platinum Fashion Mall
3.5 /5

4 km
from city center
49 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Platinum Fashion Mall is packed with around 1,300 shops and a large food court. Its speciality is that the items are very reasonably priced. So if you're looking for some serious shopping of clothes, handbags, cosmetics, shoes or anything from head to toe, you can easily spend a day here without digging a massive hole in your pocket.

50. Ride A Tuk Tuk

Ride A Tuk Tuk
4.3 /5

0 km
from city center
50 out of 126
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Tuk Tuks are motorised 3-wheeled, open-air rickshaws ferrying passengers around Bangkok’s vibrant roads and streets. As one of the fastest and cheapest means of local transportation, over 9,000 Tuk Tuks can be found in Bangkok. One can find them parked in groups in front of tourist-geared attractions like Khao San Road and Grand Palace. Locals usually pay THB 30-60 per ride for a few stops, while for tourists, it goes up from there.

51. Shop at the Terminal 21 Mall

Shop at the Terminal 21 Mall
4.2 /5

7 km
from city center
51 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

Ever dreamed of travelling the world? This airport inspired mall in Bangkok, Terminal 21, brings all the cities of the world under one roof, letting you shop from Tokyo one minute, and San Fransisco the other. International luxury brands and many local labels are available here. With over 600 shops, a cineplex and all kinds of restaurants, the shopping experience here is emphasised like no other.

52. Stroll Around King Rama IX Park

Stroll Around King Rama IX Park
3.0 /5

19 km
from city center
52 out of 126
Things To Do in Bangkok

The largest public park of Bangkok, the King Rama IX Park is a botanical garden built in 1987 to celebrate King Bhumibol's 60th birthday. Spread over 200 acres, this beautiful space is perfect for wandering around or spending an afternoon with family. It also has a gallery with photos and paintings of the King. Every December, the park also hosts an enchanting flower festival.

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What are the top shopping places in Bangkok?

The top shopping places in Bangkok are Chatuchak Market, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Train Night Market Ratchada.

What are the top sightseeing places in Bangkok?

The top sightseeing places in Bangkok are Khao San Road, Chatuchak Market, Wat Pho Bangkok, Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Terminal 21.

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How can I commute within Bangkok?

Getting around Bangkok is quite easy with its well-developed public transport system. There are plenty of options to commute within the city. Colourful metered taxis, tuk-tuks and motorbike taxis are some of the most popular options, all being easily available in any part of the city. However, considering the infamous traffic jam of the city, BTS (the aboveground Sky train) and MRT (underground metro) are the best alternatives. The trains begin their service at 6 am and end at midnight. The cheapest way of getting around is through local bus services, but it gets tedious because the routes are complicated and the information is all written in Thai. One can also hail private cabs, but they are quite an expensive affair. Make sure you bargain for a good deal while hiring a tuk-tuk or a colourful taxi.
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