Things to do in Bangkok

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  • 1

    The Grand Palace

    154 reviews

    Gorgeous wats. Make sure to sign up for the free tour and visit the Queen Sirikit museum. Gorgeous fabrics and great history.

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  • 2

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    136 reviews

    I love this chaotic and unique market! you must have sufficient time to explore the market entirely, and don't forget to bargain!

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  • 3

    Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    95 reviews

    Mettete una monetina in ogni ciotola e desiderate ardentemente che il vostro desiderio si realizzi. Ne vale la pena.

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  • 4

    Khao San Road

    107 reviews

    A backpacker's ghetto where you're likely to see a whole host of farang from all over the world drunk out of their skulls, scoring fake documents or selling their iPods to extend their trips in Southeast Asia. The locals have long since moved on but occassionaly they pop in to see what kind of aberrant manifestations the foreigners have made ...

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  • 5

    Wat Arun

    71 reviews

    Stunning Khmer-style spires mosaiced with millions of tile fragments left behind centuries ago by a passing Chinese merchant junk, Wat Arun is perhaps the most striking single temple in Bangkok. Better still, while the Chapel of the Emerald Buddha (especially) and Wat Pho tend to draw big tourist crowds, Wat Arun across the river is a comparatively quiet and laid-back ...

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  • 6

    Siam Paragon

    72 reviews

    Ready for something wild? Siam Paragon was the most "instrgammed" location in 2013 in the entire world. Out of all the sites across the globe, more pictures were taken of Siam Paragon then anywhere else on the planet. Absolute insanity. For this reason alone you should visit this epic mall when in Bangkok. Large food court, Underground aquarium, movie theatre, ...

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  • 7

    MBK Shopping Center

    90 reviews

    There are over 1000 shops at MBK, though i know many shopping malls around at Bangkok, but you can get whatever you needs at MBK and most importantly, the goods is so cheap!

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  • 8

    Wat Pho

    65 reviews

    A temple where gorgeous golden Buddhas are visible - the longest lying buddha is there. Nice place and the entrance fee was ok.

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  • 9

    Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    62 reviews

    Amazing and by far the highlight of the Grand Palace. You can't take pictures inside but you can snap a picture of it from the outside. Learn about the different outfits the Buddha wears for the different seasons.

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  • 10

    Siam Square

    46 reviews

    I had a chance to quickly pass through this square while I was heading to another market. Alot of stuff to go through, so spend your time accordingly.

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  • 11

    Patpong Night Market

    59 reviews

    They have everything you would want but probably don't need. Cool night market though and you can also find the mind and body bending shows that Bangkok is famous for in this district.

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  • 12

    Pratunam Market

    44 reviews

    The best market in Bangkok by far. What makes it even better is that it also has 7 or 8 floors inside an air conditioned building. All new trend setting clothes that often many uk high street stores copy. The prices in Bangkok are phenomenal. £3 for a shirt etc

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  • 13

    Terminal 21

    37 reviews

    The concept for this shopping complex is very unique and interesting. Larger shops on the ground floor to tiny ones selling everything from T-shirts to accessories on the upper floors. Worth a visit.

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  • 14


    46 reviews

    A classic stop for any visitor. The streets are full of Chinese shops and early in the evening plenty of city lights makes this district very nice. Have a dinner (of course) on the street, in order to taste the best mix between Thai and Chinese cuisine.

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  • 15

    Bangkok River

    29 reviews

    It's a a, you can probably imagine it relatively well. It's no Seine, other than the fact that Bangkok is divided into two by the river, and can used to easily determine where you are. Several restaurants have a nice view overlooking the river, and there are boats that cross and navigate throughout.

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  • 16

    Safari World

    24 reviews

    It is worth visiting if you are in Bangkok with family, but once is enough.

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  • 17

    Jim Thompson's House and Museum

    25 reviews

    Jim Thompson's House is a wonderfully restored traditional Thai house. Although many people just visit the gift shop / boutique, the house itself is the star attraction here. Plan your visit so that you have enough time to get tickets and join one of the tours. You'll need 1.5 - 2 hours to get the full experience of the tour, ...

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  • 18

    Erawan Shrine

    20 reviews

    4 face Budha

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  • 19

    Golden Mount

    19 reviews

    There are a ridiculous amount of temples to visit when you are in Thailand. It's difficult to know which ones to explore, because of the amount of options to choose from. The Golden Mount is definitely one to check out when in Bangkok. The hike to the top of the mount is somewhat arduous, but the reward of being able ...

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  • 20

    Ancient City

    19 reviews

    All miniature famous landmarks duplicated in one area

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