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Places To Visit In Bangkok

Country rank: 4 out of 31 Places To Visit In Thailand

Sub-Region: South East Asia


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Here are the top 64 tourist attractions to see in Bangkok:

1. Grand Palace

Grand Palace

4.5

1 kms
from city center

/

1 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Grand Palace, the residence of royals for several generations, is the perfect place to begin your historical tour in Bangkok. It houses one of the holiest Buddhist temples, Wat Phra Kaeo, built in the year 1782.

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2. Wat Arun

Wat Arun

4.3

2 kms
from city center

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2 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Wat Arun is a captivating architecture with a rich past and offering its visitors a treat of art, design and an amazing panoramic view.

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3. Wat Pho

Wat Pho

4.4

1 kms
from city center

/

3 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Wat Pho is a famous temple located immediately south of the Grand Palace precinct in Bangkok. The place is renowned for being headquarters for the teaching and preservation of traditional Thai medicine.

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4. Jim Thompson House

Jim Thompson House

4.3

3 kms
from city center

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4 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

With a remarkable collection of art from Burma, China, Cambodia and Thailand, Jim Thompson House is a must visit for history buffs and art lovers.

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5. Terminal 21

Terminal 21

4.2

7 kms
from city center

/

5 out of 64
Places To Visit 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,...

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6. Emquartier

Emquartier

4.2

8 kms
from city center

/

6 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

One among the three malls in the EM District, EmQuartier opened on Sukhumvit Road in 2015. With over 400 brands to choose from, ranging from luxe to casual, EmQuartier is a popular shopping destination. Technology coalesces with nature here, owing to its contemporary layout, which combines a stylish...

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7. Chinatown

Chinatown

4.2

2 kms
from city center

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7 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 ...

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8. Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

4.1

3 kms
from city center

/

8 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Bangkok's Madame Tussauds Wax museum is like no other Wax Museum in Thailand. Here, you can touch anyone from Albert Einstien to Tom Cruise, from Barack Obama to Tiger Woods. However, you are not allowed to touch any figure in the most decorated room housing the Thai royal family. The quality of cra...

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9. Wat Phrae Kaew

Wat Phrae Kaew

4.1

1 kms
from city center

/

9 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The temple of the Emerald Buddha, commonly known as Wat Phra Kaew, is the most important and revered Buddhist temple in Thailand as it enshrines the image of Phra Kaew Morakot carved from a single jade block. Built in 1785, the temple has elaborate carvings, paintings and pagodas, making it a specta...

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10. CentralWorld

CentralWorld

4.1

4 kms
from city center

/

10 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 grazes the zenith of the ultimate retail experience, with hundreds of fashion, entertainment, electronic, wellness and ...

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11. Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park

4.1

5 kms
from city center

/

11 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

A perfect place to connect with nature away from the hustle bustle of crowded streets of Bangkok, Lumpini Park is all about fresh air and peace.

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12. Wat Traimit

Wat Traimit

4.1

2 kms
from city center

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12 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Wat Traimit, nestled at the end of Chinatown's Yaowarat Road in close proximity to Hualampong Railway Station is perfect place to admire the glittering gold statue of Buddha.

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13. MBK Center (Ma Boong Khron Center)

MBK Center (Ma Boong Khron Center)

4.1

3 kms
from city center

/

13 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 entertainm...

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14. Dream world

Dream world

4.0

32 kms
from city center

/

14 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Dream World theme park is located in Thanyaburi, which is an easy 50-minute drive from Bangkok. The amusement park offers a cheerful, bustling ambience, complete with rollercoasters, colourful parades, candy floss, waterworks, flowering gardens, a snow park and entertainment shows. Children and ...

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15. National Museum and Wang Na Palace

National Museum and Wang Na Palace

4.0

1 kms
from city center

/

15 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

An ideal place for history lovers, the Bangkok National Museum exhibits some of the most magnificent collection of art and artefacts reflecting the Thai culture.

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16. Wat Suthat

Wat Suthat

3.9

1 kms
from city center

/

16 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Wat Suthat is one of the most beautiful temples of Bangkok exhibiting an exemplary work of craftsmanship with its impressive architecture.

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17. Khao San Road

Khao San Road

3.8

1 kms
from city center

/

17 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Khao San Road, famously known as the backpacker's haven, is located in the heart of the city. It is a 410 meter long street in central Bangkok which will cater to every need of yours! Street food stalls, bars, shops, restaurants, nightclubs, cafes and massage parlours are all packed into this one st...

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18. Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market

3.8

7 kms
from city center

/

18 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The king of markets in Bangkok, and one of the largest markets in the world, Chatuchak is spread over 35 acres with more than 8,000 stalls. Everything ranging from clothing, accessories, handicrafts, furniture, art, food, books, antiques, and many more interesting souvenirs are is available here. Ke...

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19. Soi Cowboy

Soi Cowboy

3.7

7 kms
from city center

/

19 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 u...

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20. Museum of Contemporary Arts

Museum of Contemporary Arts

3.7

12 kms
from city center

/

20 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The museum of contemporary arts (MOCA) is a world-class art gallery built in 2012 to showcase some of the best Thai art. The museum contains five storeys, housing 800 beautiful and refreshing art pieces. A must for art lovers, MOCA is no less than any modern museum abroad, giving its artists freedom...

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21. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

3.6

64 kms
from city center

/

21 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 prepa...

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22. Siam Center

Siam Center

3.6

3 kms
from city center

/

22 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 as well as national brands and boutiques stores, some of which are only u...

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23. Pantip Plaza

Pantip Plaza

3.6

4 kms
from city center

/

23 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

If you're looking for a mall entirely dedicated to electronics, Pantip Plaza, the IT mall is your answer. Laptops, tablets, cameras, smartphones, printers, MP3 players, as well as repair shops make it a one-stop shop for everything related to the IT world. Their two anchor stores, Hardware House and...

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24. Asiatique The Riverfront

Asiatique The Riverfront

3.6

6 kms
from city center

/

24 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Once an international port, Asiatique The Riverfront is now among the most happening night markets in Bangkok. Neatly divided into four districts, it houses a variety of options for visitors ranging from boutiques, fine dining, a mall, fashion stores and entertainment spaces. With the picturesque ba...

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25. Platinum Fashion Mall

Platinum Fashion Mall

3.5

4 kms
from city center

/

25 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 dig...

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26. Siam Discovery

Siam Discovery

3.5

3 kms
from city center

/

26 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

A unique and luxury shopping experience is what Siam Discovery is famous for. It gives you an impressive novelty experience like malls in Japan and Korea, with shopkeepers laying products on the floor naturally, as you would see in someone's home. This mall offers goods of all kinds like clothing, f...

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27. Art in Paradise

Art in Paradise

3.5

7 kms
from city center

/

27 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Art in Paradise is an innovative and interactive 3D art museum located at the Esplanade mall, Bangkok. The brainchild of Shin Jae Yol, it has many rooms filled with impressive artwork done by Korean and Thai artists. The primary motive behind this cultural haven was to help the public enjoy the expe...

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28. Sea Life Bangkok

Sea Life Bangkok

3.4

4 kms
from city center

/

28 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Sea Life Bangkok is an underground aquarium located beneath the Siam Paragon mall in the heart of Bangkok. Sprawled over an area of 110,000 sq. ft., it is home to marine life retrieved from the remotest corners of the world. Several species of octopuses, sharks, crabs, penguins and fish reside here,...

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29. Dusit zoo

Dusit zoo

3.4

2 kms
from city center

/

29 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The oldest zoo in Thailand, Dusit Zoo lies in the vicinity of Bangkok's governmental headquarters in the Dusit District. Boasting of a heavy annual footfall, Dusit Zoo exhibits many species, ranging from exotic to rare, such as monkeys, penguins, camels, the albino barking deer and the white Bengal ...

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30. Wat Saket

Wat Saket

3.4

1 kms
from city center

/

30 out of 64
Places To Visit 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...

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31. Chao Phraya River

Chao Phraya River

3.4

0 kms
from city center

/

31 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Chao Phraya river is the prime river and waterway of Thailand, used by an average of 50,000 commuters daily. Tourists can opt for inexpensive, fun rides on the ferries which are available at high frequencies during the day, or indulge in lavish dinners and romantic cruises aboard grand ships at ...

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32. Taling Chan Floating Market

Taling Chan Floating Market

3.3

8 kms
from city center

/

32 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Taling Chan Floating market is a delightful attraction for tourists and Thais alike who want to indulge in delicious seafood or just shop a little. A filling meal of prawns will cost you no more than THB 150. You can also take a quick longtail boat tour in the canals or pamper yourself with a fo...

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33. Erawan Shrine (Thao Mahaprom Shrine)

Erawan Shrine (Thao Mahaprom Shrine)

3.3

4 kms
from city center

/

33 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 ...

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34. Maeklong Railway Market

Maeklong Railway Market

3.3

67 kms
from city center

/

34 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 casuall...

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35. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

3.3

9 kms
from city center

/

35 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Not very popular among tourists yet, the Khlong Lay Mayom Floating market is a charming market with most of it on land than the narrow canal. From fresh fruits and vegetables to sweets and cooked food, the market will not leave you hungry. There are vendors selling inexpensive clothes, accessories, ...

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36. Wat Benchamabophit

Wat Benchamabophit

3.2

2 kms
from city center

/

36 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Commonly known as the marble temple, Wat Benchamabophit is one of Bangkok's most beautiful attractions. Embodying an impressive, modern style of Thai architecture, Wat Benchamabophit is a royal temple hosting a beautiful buddha statue. With red carpets, polished marble and stained-glass painted wall...

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37. JJ Green Market

JJ Green Market

3.2

8 kms
from city center

/

37 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

For vintage shopping, chilled out vibes and grabbing some drinks with friends, JJ Green Market is one of the coolest markets in Bangkok. The vendors sell cheap clothes, vinyl CDs, antiques, old car models and many other retro items on makeshift stalls or just lay them on the road. More than just sho...

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38. Siriraj medical museum

Siriraj medical museum

3.2

2 kms
from city center

/

38 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Siriraj Medical Museum is a treat to medical professionals, students and of course, the public as well. Part of the famous Siriraj Hospital, Thailand's oldest hospital, this fascinating musuem combines five mini-museums, exploring the fields of pathology, anatomy, the history of medicine in Thai...

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39. Siam Paragon Mall

Siam Paragon Mall

3.2

4 kms
from city center

/

39 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Siam Paragon Mall is the place to be for tourists who love international high-end fashion brands. 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 als...

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40. Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo

Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo

3.1

23 kms
from city center

/

40 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

With over 100,000 crocodiles of various species in the facility, Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo ranks among the largest crocodile farms in the world. Trained experts perform fascinating tricks with crocodiles and elephants in daily live shows. There are enclosures where visitors can also feed c...

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41. Train Night Market Ratchada

Train Night Market Ratchada

3.2

7 kms
from city center

/

41 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Train Night Market Ratchada, also known as the Rot Fai market, is a flea market with four sections: food, bars, shopping and activities. The market is known for vintage and antique items with everything priced reasonably. You cannot possibly go hungry given the number of snack stalls serving fri...

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42. Giant Swing

Giant Swing

3.1

1 kms
from city center

/

42 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Located right in front of Wat Suthat is a striking Giant Swing towering at a height of 21.15 meters.

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43. Muangboran (Ancient City)

Muangboran (Ancient City)

3.1

27 kms
from city center

/

43 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Ancient Siam, known as Muang Boran in Thai, is the world's largest open-air museum with many mini-museums and sculpture gardens inside it. The museum mainly features replicas of some of the most important historical sites of Thailand. The area also houses beautiful ponds and charming streams, giving...

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44. Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

3.1

0 kms
from city center

/

44 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

If you want to experience the history and culture of Bangkok's old town in an interactive and entertaining way, Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall is just the place. Opened in 2010, this museum has nine rooms displaying large models of villages and providing information about temples and palaces. Join the...

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45. Benjakitti Park

Benjakitti Park

3.1

7 kms
from city center

/

45 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

With captivating flowers and enchanting fountains, Benjakiti Park is a haven for people who want to take a peaceful stroll or enjoy a romantic sunset. Abundant in greenery, it also has a small lake for boating. Cycling may also be enjoyed here as there are bicycles on rent. So head to Benjakitti par...

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46. Royal Barge National Museum

Royal Barge National Museum

3.1

2 kms
from city center

/

46 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Boats used to be the primary mode of transport for Thai kings, and the Royal Barge National Museum of Bangkok exhibits six traditional barges with intricate designs of Hindu and Buddhist icons. The museum displays information about the customs and history of the royal barges, costumes worn by the cr...

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47. Soi Rambuttri

Soi Rambuttri

3.0

1 kms
from city center

/

47 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Within the hidden streets of the fast paced Bangkok, is the quiet, slow and peaceful U-shaped Soi Rambuttri street. A haven for backpackers and budget travellers, Soi Rambuttri offers warm and inviting guest houses, a range of delicious and authentic Thai food, and an experience that would make you ...

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48. Tha Kha Floating Market

Tha Kha Floating Market

3.0

63 kms
from city center

/

48 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The perfect way to experience the old culture of Thai living is through the Kha Floating Market. A market on the waters surrounded by old traditional houses and green fields on either side, this tends to become a very small community of its own. Selling fresh vegetables on rowboats, the Kha Floating...

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49. King Rama IX Park

King Rama IX Park

3.0

19 kms
from city center

/

49 out of 64
Places To Visit 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 just wandering around or spending an afternoon with family. It also has a gallery with photos and paint...

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50. Ladyboy Shows

Ladyboy Shows

3.0

6 kms
from city center

/

50 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

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 Playh...

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51. Wat Bowonniwet Vihara

Wat Bowonniwet Vihara

3.0

1 kms
from city center

/

51 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Founded in 1826, Wat Bowonniwet Vihara, also known as Wat Bowon, is a temple dedicated to the Thammayut sect of Buddhism. It's particularly popular as many kings of Thailand were monks and abbots here, like King Rama IV, King Bhumibol, Rama IX. Apart from its most visible and gorgeous golden chedi, ...

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52. Wat Rakhang

Wat Rakhang

2.9

2 kms
from city center

/

52 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Wat Rakang, or the temple of bells, is a lesser known temple of Bangkok. Built in the 18th century, it has five giant bells and a seated Buddha in the meditation position in the centre. The architecture of the temple is sublime, and the murals inside the ordination hall are gorgeous and noteworthy. ...

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53. Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

2.9

12 kms
from city center

/

53 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is a quiet, yet rich burst of unadulterated Thai culture. Surrounded by vegetation and rural settlements, Bang Nam Pheung has a simple, peaceful charm. The market is mostly grounded by the riverside, while the river is navigable by visitors through boats, where th...

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54. Papaya Vintage Shop

Papaya Vintage Shop

2.8

11 kms
from city center

/

54 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Papaya Vintage Shop is a must visit for a spectacularly different shopping experience. Arranged haphazardly, everything here induces a sense of nostalgia. From vintage furniture to Vespas and from pinball machines to full-size pop-culture icons like Darth Vader and Flash, Papaya has it all. The shee...

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55. Wat Kalayanamitr

Wat Kalayanamitr

2.8

2 kms
from city center

/

55 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

While boating across the Chao Phraya river, the large enchanting ordination hall of the Wat Kalayanamitr is sure to catch anyone's attention. Built-in 1825 by Chaophraya Nikonbodin, the temple's ordination hall is one of the tallest in Thailand. It houses a 15-metre tall Buddha image made of limesto...

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56. Central Embassy Shopping Mall

Central Embassy Shopping Mall

2.7

5 kms
from city center

/

56 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Central Embassy Shopping Mall figures among one of Bangkok's finest lifestyle malls, pertaining to its impressive display of big fashion names like Prada, Versace, Vivienne Westwood, Givenchy. It promises a high-end shopping experience, along with options of lavish restaurants and stylish cinema...

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57. Wat Pak Nam

Wat Pak Nam

2.7

5 kms
from city center

/

57 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen, also shortly known as Wat Paknam was built during the Ayutthaya period. The temple attracts mae chis (nuns) because of the meditation master Luang Pu Sod's meditation policies. He emphasised on Buddhist and secular studies for them. With a 7.9 acre complex, this temple has t...

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58. Cookin nanta show

Cookin nanta show

2.6

9 kms
from city center

/

58 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Cookin Nanta is a show originating from South Korea which has established its productions all over the world now. It is a laughter riot tracing the antics of chefs in a kitchen in an hour-long comedy show. Containing no dialogues, Cookin Nanta derives instead from the Korean samul nori tradition of ...

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59. Wat Chanasongkram

Wat Chanasongkram

2.6

1 kms
from city center

/

59 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Originally known as Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Chang Songkhran has one of the largest Sri Lankan style bell-shaped chedi in Sukhothai. Around the main chedi, there are several smaller chedis placed receding in size as they move towards the top. You can walk a little north of the temple where the monument...

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60. Blue Sky Rooftop

Blue Sky Rooftop

2.6

9 kms
from city center

/

60 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

The Blue Sky Rooftop Restaurant, housed in the 5-star Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao, is a posh rooftop bar and dining space. It specialises in a plethora of dishes and drinks crafted to culinary perfection. Located on the 24th floor, it offers a 360 degree view of the stunning Bangkok citys...

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61. Siam Niramit Cultural Show & Dinner

Siam Niramit Cultural Show & Dinner

2.6

8 kms
from city center

/

61 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

An definite must watch is the Siam Niramit Cultural Show. Showcasing true Thai culture, this jaw-dropping performance would leave you in complete awe. A beautiful, yummy and authentic Thai dinner organized post the show provides for complete nighttime entertainment. While the price might seem on the...

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62. Rod Fai Train Night Market

Rod Fai Train Night Market

2.6

17 kms
from city center

/

62 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Rod Fai Market is an authentic, open-air, carnival themed market. With a range of products from vintage collectables to hippie clothing one can find everything here! With delicious restaurants, groovy bars, and a whole lot of shopping - it calls for a fun and exciting night at the Rod Fai Market. Wh...

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63. Rot Foi Park

Rot Foi Park

2.5

17 kms
from city center

/

63 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

One of the biggest parks in Bangkok, the Rot Fai park is a vast piece of land which used to be a golf course. With a few gentle hills and lush green trees, this picturesque park is perfect to get away from the city crowds. You can ride on the two-kilometre bicycle track or indulge in other activitie...

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64. Maggi Choo's

Maggi Choo's

2.5

4 kms
from city center

/

64 out of 64
Places To Visit in Bangkok

Created by the famous interior designer Ashley Sutton, the speakeasy bar Maggie Choo's is inspired by 1950s Shanghai. It has some of the best decors including stone sculptures, brick walls, heavy steel doors, leather and velvet sofas, old paintings and dimmed lights. From hip-hop tunes to jazz and b...

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