Things to do in Bangkok

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  • 1

    The Grand Palace

    155 reviews

    This place is amazing - beautiful Thai architecture, gold everywhere. This is the palace where the kings have lived since the 1700s

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  • 2

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    136 reviews

    Amazing coconut ice cream for 35 Baht with complementary free cup of coconut juice. The perfect solution to a 31degree HOT afternoon at Chatuchat. Out of all the stalls selling this treat,the best one (which i believe is the legit authentic one because it was the only store there when I went 2 years ago) is the one ROUND THE ...

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  • 3

    Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    96 reviews

    This is my second post here in Gogobot...What I have here is the Is A Temple of Reclining Buddha. It is named after the monastery in India where Buddha lived. 43 metres long statue of giant reclining Buddha is the most famous attraction of Bangkok. Don't miss this!

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  • 4

    Khao San Road

    107 reviews

    The famous Khan San Road! You will either love or hate "the original backpacker district." Personally, I love khao San road and whenever I visit Thailand, I always start off my trip with a few nights in Khao San.

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  • 5

    Wat Arun

    72 reviews

    Such an awesome temple to visit!! You can climb the temple but it is a little scared because the steps are so steep!! Not a place to miss when you are in Bangkok!

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  • 6

    Siam Paragon

    72 reviews

    Kids will enjoy a visit to the Ocenarium at the basement. I do enjoy the selection of Thai food on the basement - it's amazing!

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  • 7

    MBK Shopping Center

    91 reviews

    MBK is great... Until you find better places. You can find pretty much everything here cheaper on the streets or more exciting JJ market. Not a bad choice if you're in a rush.

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    Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    63 reviews

    Gorgeous Temple located next to the Grand Palace! The entrance to Grand Palace will get you tickets to see the Emerald Buddha which is 500 Baht ($16 USD). Few tips on this place, plan to spend at least 1 hour at the Grand Palace/Emerald Buddha. Cover up, no legs and shoulders allowed, if you forget, they allow you to borrow ...

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  • 9

    Wat Pho

    65 reviews

    Wat Pho is a large temple complex located close to Khao San Road. It's a great place to visit in Thailand. The complex is large and the Buddhist temple on premise has the famous "reclining Buddha" which I found a lot nicer than standing Buddha which is located at another Wat. In addition to the temple, you can also get ...

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  • 10

    Siam Square

    46 reviews

    Its bright and loud and crazy, but it is the center of all that is Bangkok shopping. With a wide range of shopping options within a few minutes walk, you can find anything from MBK's knock offs to Siam Paragon's Gucci and Dior. They also decorate the area according to the season - so in December it is one of ...

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  • 11

    Patpong Night Market

    59 reviews

    For all the no-no spots after dark, patpong is where it's at. Ping Pong Shows, Drag Shows, S/ can find it here. Just don't be surprised how desensitizing it is.

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  • 12

    Pratunam Market

    44 reviews

    Immitation everything, and all at a super low discount. Creatively bargain your way through it, and come out with a years worth of clothing.

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  • 13

    Terminal 21

    38 reviews

    Terminal 21 definitely takes the cake in the themed mall department. Each floor is themed after an international city with recognizable landmarks. My favorite 2 floors of the mall are the food courts and restaurant floors, which are themed after my hometown of SF. Complete with a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown, Fisherman's Warf and of course a ...

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  • 14


    46 reviews

    A warren of streets and shops. quite easy to lose your bearings, a take it or leave it for me in Bangkok

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  • 15

    Bangkok River

    29 reviews

    Take a river tour go get a different perspective of Bangkok. There are a few tour operators offering different types of river tour (afternoon cruise is usually better because of the high temperature).

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  • 16

    Safari World

    25 reviews

    Definitely must try feeding the giraffes...

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  • 17

    Jim Thompson's House and Museum

    25 reviews

    Visiting the complex of houses i could perfectly imagine myself living actually there. The traditional architecture with extremely good taste in decor, gardens, the silks on the furniture...everything was a small paradise. Loved the guided tour, to get details on how Jim Thomson managed to promote and develop the silk business. Loved it and you shouldn t miss it while ...

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  • 18

    Erawan Shrine

    20 reviews

    great place 2 be :)

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  • 19

    Golden Mount

    19 reviews

    This is not only about an invaluable piece of history and not to say gold, but also the story of one of the luckiest men alive. The priest what was in charge of this temple felt the need for some statues of Buddha to show people. Another temple north of Bangkok had some sstatues of clay which they thought had ...

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  • 20

    Ancient City

    19 reviews

    All miniature famous landmarks duplicated in one area

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