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53. Wat Chana Songkhram

Wat Chana Songkhram
2.6 /5

1 km
from city center
53 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Originally known as Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Chang Songkhram 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 of King Ramkamhaeng lies that locals usually visit.

54. Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen

Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen
2.7 /5

5 km
from city center
54 out of 102
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 the largest mae chi community in Thailand.

55. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market
3.3 /5

9 km
from city center
55 out of 102
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, toys and small furniture too.

56. Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market
2.9 /5

12 km
from city center
56 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

The Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is a quiet, yet a 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 they can choose from the unusual foods, local wares, farm produce and souvenirs on display by its banks.

57. Rod Fai Train Night Market Srinakarin

Rod Fai Train Night Market Srinakarin
2.6 /5

17 km
from city center
57 out of 102
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. Where else can one find funky clothes and beautiful vintage cars in the same place?

58. Emquartier

Emquartier
4.2 /5

8 km
from city center
58 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Emquartier Mall is a part of the upcoming 'EM District' at the heart of Bangkok,. It is a fantastic retail destination to meet all your shopping needs. The mall hosts a vast range of designer brands, dozens of restaurants, and even an indoor garden completed with a waterfall, this mall promises a fantastic experience of luxury shopping along with entertainment for the whole family.

59. Papaya Vintage Shop

Papaya Vintage Shop
2.8 /5

11 km
from city center
59 out of 102
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 sheer size of the shop and its museum-like nature make it a must-visit in Bangkok.

60. Maeklong Railway Market

Maeklong Railway Market
3.3 /5

67 km
from city center
60 out of 102
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 casually lower their umbrellas, move their products back, and let the train pass before resuming business.

61. Siam Center

Siam Center
3.6 /5

3 km
from city center
61 out of 102
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 unique to this mall, and are highly appealing to the younger generations.

62. Platinum Fashion Mall

Platinum Fashion Mall
3.5 /5

4 km
from city center
62 out of 102
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 digging a massive hole in your pocket.

63. Blue Sky Rooftop

Blue Sky Rooftop
2.6 /5

9 km
from city center
63 out of 102
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 cityscape twinkling in the night.

64. Rattanakosin Island

Rattanakosin Island

1 km
from city center
64 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Rattanakosin Island is the Old City of Bangkok, in the Phra Nakhon District. Bordered by the Chao Phraya River and located north of Chinatown, this island is home to historic landmarks like the Grand Palace, the Wat Phra Kaew and the Wat Pho, marking the trajectory of Thai Royal and National History. The rich heritage and cultural sites of the Island make it a perfect location for all those wishing to experience Thai traditions and culture.

65. Siam Discovery

Siam Discovery
3.5 /5

3 km
from city center
65 out of 102
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, furniture, and accessories. The sixth floor holds a food hall and a Madame Tussauds Wax museum.

66. JJ Green Market

JJ Green Market
3.2 /5

8 km
from city center
66 out of 102
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 shopping, JJ Green market is known for its buzzing nightlife scene.

67. Soi Rambuttri

Soi Rambuttri
3.0 /5

1 km
from city center
67 out of 102
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 cherish that smaller things in life!

68. Tha Kha Floating Market

Tha Kha Floating Market
3.0 /5

63 km
from city center
68 out of 102
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 tiny community of its own. Selling fresh vegetables on rowboats, the Kha Floating Village is refreshing and enchanting to visiting tourists!

69. Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall
3.1 /5

0 km
from city center
69 out of 102
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 two hours guided tour with headsets to get the best understanding of what the museum has to offer.

70. Wat Rakhang

Wat Rakhang
2.9 /5

2 km
from city center
70 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Wat Rakang, or the temple of bells, is a lesser-known temple of Bangkok. Established in the 18th century, the temple 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. The locals believe that sounding of the bells will bring them fame and good reputation.

71. Wat Kalayanamitr

Wat Kalayanamitr
2.8 /5

2 km
from city center
71 out of 102
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 limestone and gold leaf.

72. Central Embassy Shopping Mall

Central Embassy Shopping Mall
2.7 /5

5 km
from city center
72 out of 102
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 cinemas to choose from. The white interiors of the place stand out, lending it an exquisite feel.

73. Rot Fai Park

Rot Fai Park
2.5 /5

17 km
from city center
73 out of 102
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 activities like tennis, swimming, basketball and kayaking among others.

74. Maggie Choo

Maggie Choo
2.5 /5

4 km
from city center
74 out of 102
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 blues, all kinds of genres are played here on a nightly basis.

75. Rajadamnern Stadium

Rajadamnern Stadium

1 km
from city center
75 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

If you want a quintessential and authentic Thai experience, Rajadamnern Stadium is where you should be headed. It’s one of the most renowned stadiums in Thailand where you get to experience Muay Thai, a form of martial arts quite popular across Thailand. Translating to “Thai Boxing”, Muay Thai is not just a sport but a unique cultural experience.

76. Bang Krachao

Bang Krachao

10 km
from city center
76 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Sometimes spelt Bang Krajao, Bang Krachao is located in the Phra Pradaeng province. It was once the home of a small Burmese population when they first came to Thailand. On a map, you’ll recognise Bang Krachao as a horseshoe-shaped, island-like area cut off from the mainland by the Chao Phraya River. The only way to reach this green paradise is by boat or ferry. With laws against constructing buildings or commercial factories in place, Bang Krachao remains commercially undeveloped in the best way possible – preserving the culture and natural surroundings.

77. Assumption Cathedral

Assumption Cathedral

4 km
from city center
77 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

The striking red structure of Assumption Cathedral in the heart of Thailand is one of the few 200 plus years old churches in Bangkok. The cathedral is considered as a quaint legacy of the French Community, it’s as though the French left a little part of old Europe back in Bangkok. The church accounts as a prominent red brick rectangular structure surrounded by white buildings. It accounts as one of the top historic places in Bangkok for its amusing architectural style that is uncommon in today’s world. It has been well very preserved and maintained for the worshippers.  

78. Khlong Toei Market

Khlong Toei Market

8 km
from city center
78 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Bangkok's biggest fresh market, the Khlong Toei Market is located in central Bangkok, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The market boasts of a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, raw meat and seafood, available at reasonable prices.

79. Wat Hua Lamphong

Wat Hua Lamphong

4 km
from city center
79 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Located in the Bang Rak District, Wat Hua Lamphong is one-of-a-kind Royal Buddhist Temple in the capital city. It has an aesthetic architecture, is easily accessible and also falls off the beaten path. The temple is extremely popular among the local Thai civilians, who visit here to donate money for coffins for the people who have died but, unfortunately, have no relatives who can afford to buy a coffin for them.

80. Wat Mahathat

Wat Mahathat

67 km
from city center
80 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Wat Mahathat is a significant meditation centre which trains pupils in meditation science and Buddhism. Situated in the old Rattanakosin district of Bangkok, Wat Mahathat is among the ten prominent royal temples of Thailand. Tucked away somewhere between the Grand Palace and the National Museum, this opulent edifice also houses the Insight Meditation Vipassana centre where tourist can avail classes in English and Thai language.

81. Loha Prasat

 Loha Prasat

0 km
from city center
81 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Loha Prasat, also famous as ‘Metal Castle,’ dwells inside the Wat Ratchanatdaram Woravihara along with many similar temples and relics. More often than not, the temple is overshadowed by the fame of the closely located relics such as Khaosan and Wat Saket. The imposing Loha Prasat is also considered as world’s only brazen palace (the building’s roof is made of bronze tiles).

82. Benjasiri Park

Benjasiri Park

8 km
from city center
82 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Benjasiri Park is an invigorating garden that sprawls on the Sukhumvit Road in the Khlong Toei District of Bangkok. Also spelled as Benchasiri Park, it boasts a skateboard area, a swimming pool, an outdoor gym, and a jogging track. Built around a stunning ornamental lake, it boasts of 12 brilliant examples of contemporary sculptures handcrafted by some phenomenally talented Thai artists. This park is also dubbed as the “Queen’s Park,” as on 12 August 1992, the 60th birthday of the Queen Sirikit was celebrated at Benjasiri Park, and since then it is famous as the Queen’s Park.

83. Kamthieng House Museum

Kamthieng House Museum

7 km
from city center
83 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

A couple of hundred meters away from Asoke, one of the busisest junctions in Sukhumvit, is Kamthieng House Museum run by the Siam Society. It is a string of 160-year-old tiny teak houses now converted into a museum. Situated in the Watthana District of Bangkok, Baan Kamthieng House Museum is an oasis in the concrete jungle surrounding it. This attraction is worth dropping by, if you are in the area.

84. Chitralada Palace

Chitralada Palace

3 km
from city center
84 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Chitralada Palace is official residence of His Majesty King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit located within the popular Dusit Palace. Formerly serving as King Chulalongkorn's summer house, this grand structure is carpeted along one square kilometre surrounded by a moat and efficiently guarded by the royal guards. The palace is presently closed to the public and can only be visited from outside.

85. Royal Thai Air Force Museum

Royal Thai Air Force Museum

22 km
from city center
85 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Nestled along the Phahonyothin Road, in Don Mueang District of Bangkok, Royal Thai Air Force Museum is a respected museum with a captivating display of various aircraft like attack aircraft, fighter aircraft, military transport aircraft, and helicopters which are disengaged and retired from the battleground. The museum delights history buffs, aviation and military enthusiasts.

86. Wat Intharawihan

 Wat Intharawihan

1 km
from city center
86 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Wat Intharawihan or Wat Intharavihan in Bangkok is known for the famous Buddha statue, 32 m high. The temple which is situated close to the Chao Phraya River, in the Thanon Wisut Kasat area of Bali, was known as Wat Rai Phrik in the olden times. The pious statue is believed to have the power to fulfill the wishes of the visitors who come to seek blessings.

87. Flow House

Flow House

8 km
from city center
87 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Bangkok's only urban beach club, the Flow House Bangkok gives you a reason to avoid taking long road trips to the countryside for surfing the sea waves and enjoy the surfing experience at its indoor sea wave simulator ride. Situated in the heart of Bangkok city, Flow House is an ideal tourist spot flaunting the blend of Californian beach culture and the Thai culture and cuisines.

88. Patpong Night Market

Patpong Night Market

88 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

The Patpong Night Market in the Silom region of Bangkok is one of the stellar night markets and famous red light areas famous in the city. Central business district by day and raucous night market by night, Patpong Night Market caters mainly to the tourists, and some may even say that the market does not give you the authentic Thai night market experience.

89. Amulet Market

Amulet Market

1 km
from city center
89 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Amulet Market in Bangkok, Thailand is a century-old and the biggest market known for amulets (Kreaung Rang in Thai). You can find sundry other superstitious items of different shapes and meanings. The market is located adjacent to Wat Mahathat, in between the Chao Phraya River and Maha Rat Road around the Grand Palace. The Amulet Market of Bangkok has been attracting a niche crowd of people and is one of the rarest market experience you can ever have in your life.

90. Siam Square

Siam Square

4 km
from city center
90 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Situated in the posh Siam Area of Bangkok, the Siam Square is the heart of entertainment and leisure for not only the locals but the tourists also. From local street side shops to bright, opulent shopping complexes and malls, you may find a wide range of products at different prices and quality at the Siam Square. The open–air market of Siam Square is an ideal place to visit along with your family members, especially during the late evening hours.

91. Baiyoke Sky Tower

Baiyoke Sky Tower

4 km
from city center
91 out of 102
places to visit 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.

92. Siam Park City

Siam Park City

21 km
from city center
92 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Located in Minburi district of Bangkok, Siam Park City is an amusement and water park with much to offer like the largest wave pool in the world, incredible rides, water slides and much more. The oldest amusement and waterpark complex in Southeast Asia, Siam Park City also has the famous Jurassic Adventure and Africa Adventure. Recognised by the Guinness Book for having the largest pool in the world, it almost feels like a real beach with the waves coming at you.

93. Museum of Siam

Museum of Siam

2 km
from city center
93 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Situated in Phra Nakorn on Sanam Chai street, the Museum of Siam combines modern with the old in an innovative artistic way to tell the story of Thailand. It is housed in a neo classical structure and from the outside it is impossible to guess what the inside looks like. With a clever use of art, the unique museum manages to captivate the visitor and spark his curiosity for exploring the Thai culture. Museum of Siam successfully manages to encourage the youngsters to think deeply about the Thai history, Thai customs, and traditions.

94. Emporium Bangkok

Emporium Bangkok

8 km
from city center
94 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Situated in Sukhumvit and part of EM district, the Emporium is a mega six storeyed luxury shoping mall spelling class like no other. It brings together the best brands in clothing, accessories, cosmetics along with a supermarket, cinema and a play zone for the kids all at one place. The white and gold décor and the lovely white marble floor will mesmerise your senses completely .

95. KidZania Bangkok

KidZania Bangkok

4 km
from city center
95 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Sitting on the top floor of the famous Siam Paragon shopping mall, KidZania is a play centre designed especially for children to experience the real world with currency, banks, hospitals etc. It is an imaginary city replica of a real town where the kids learn to use work and earn money like adults in real life. With over eighty role plays to choose from in a huge space, the child will get a good exposure to the real world in a playful way.

96. Sanam Luang

Sanam Luang

1 km
from city center
96 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Situated in the island of Rattanakosin lies the grand Sanam Luang Park which is also called ‘Thung Pra Meru’ meaning the cremation ground for the Royals. It is nearly thirty acres of green space right at the centre of Old Bangkok, in front of Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace, ,surrounded by prominent attractions. If you are tired of the concrete jungle and its fast-paced life then head to Sanam Luang.

97. Dusit Palace

Dusit Palace

2 km
from city center
97 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Situated to the north of Rattanakosin Island, the Dusit Palace of Bangkok is a grand complex consisting of the royal residences, spread over a sprawling area of 16 acres. Comprising of multiple palaces, museums and lush green vegetation, the Dusit Palace is one of the political centres of Thailand in the modern world. The palace, which was once the residence of the King of Thailand, has now transformed into one of the most popular tourist attractions of Bangkok.

98. IconSiam

IconSiam

0 km
from city center
98 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Bangkok is known for several spectacular shopping malls in addition to other attractions. However, the mega-development project of IconSiam located at the Thonburi end of River Chao Phraya stands apart from the others in multiple ways. It has many firsts, including the first Apple Store of the nation that has left the locals as well as International tourists completely awestruck. It is a city within a city that houses residential towers, retail shops as well as an amusement park that spell glitz and glamour like no other property in and around Thailand.

99. H Gallery

H Gallery

5 km
from city center
99 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

H Gallery is a leading centre of contemporary regional and international art located in Bang Rak District, Bangkok. Founded in 2002, the gallery is set in a quaint and elegant 2-storey 125-year old wooden Anglo Thai mansion. H gallery specialises in emerging contemporary Asian art and has even been a host to some controversial works. It showcases various admirable masterpieces like photography, paintings, textiles and sculptures.

100. Nana Plaza

Nana Plaza

8 km
from city center
100 out of 102
places to visit 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.

101. Seacon Square

Seacon Square

15,332 km
from city center
101 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

Seacon Square is an extensive shopping and entertainment complex which is located in the Prawet District of Bangkok. Situated on the Srinakarin Road, this complex is known to be one of the largest shopping malls in Thailand, which provides its visitors with an opportunity of shopping, decent dining, and entertainment options.

102. Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market

70 km
from city center
102 out of 102
places to visit in Bangkok

The Amphawa Floating Market is located southwest of Bangkok where local vendors sell fresh seafood, Thai drinks and desserts, and souvenir items. This is a major tourist attraction for anyone who wants to experience the unique canalside lifestyle of the locals. Unlike other floating markets in Thailand, the Amphawa Floating Market operates only during the weekend. It is among the oldest floating markets in the country and is famous for its relaxed shopping environment.

FAQs on Bangkok

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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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.

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.

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