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  • 41

    Thonglor

    7 reviews

    From Sukhumvit area, head east to southeast and when you get to Soi 55, turn left and you're in Thonglor area. I have hanged out here a few times and once on New Year's Eve (2004/2005) here and had a great time bar hopping.

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  • 42

    Wat Mahathat Pier

    8 reviews

    The river is really dirty but it is a good way to see the rest of the city and understand how it is laid out.

  • 43

    Madame Tussaud's

    6 reviews

    The latest world-class tourist attraction to open in Bangkok is Madame Tussaud’s. They already have one in Hong Kong and Shanghai but this is the first Madame Tussaud’s to open in South East Asia. I think it is also the first branch to open in a shopping mall. It can be found on the 6th floor of Siam Discovery in ...

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  • 44

    Chulalongkorn University

    6 reviews

    Wonderful university, have lots of green and beautiful old buildings. Downside is there are no parking places and bureaucracy.

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  • 45

    Chaopraya River Cruise

    7 reviews

    Dinner Cruise on Chaopraya River. Experience the beautiful scenery between both sides of the river and enjoy delicious meals . ^^

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  • 46

    The Platinum Fashionmall

    6 reviews

    THE PLACE for bargain shopping! One day isn't enough to go through each stall. Plus, it's air conditioned!

    Popular withBudgetTrendstersFamilies
  • 47

    Thailand Creative and Design Centre

    5 reviews

    In need of filling your artistic and creative soul? look no further. TCDC has collection of art and creative magazines, books, film even materials sample! Occasionally the best curators in town will hold an interesting exhibition. A creative art shop is around the corner for you to find some witty souvenirs!

  • 48

    IKEA Bangna

    6 reviews

    Usual IKEA experience, forced to walk through a store selling furniture and accesories at 30% more than its major competitors - but at least it's all in one place - so I thought I'd pay for the convenience as I needed to buy things for three apattrtments. At checkout with 80,000 b cost of overpriced accesories was told there's a ...

  • 49

    Dreamworld

    8 reviews

    I would give it 5 stars just for the memories, but if I had to purely rate it on the place alone, it's between 1-2 stars. Don't expect a Disneyland or even a fair. Think more along the lines of a mini, worn out carnival, with rides that are scary - not because they're meant to be but because you're ...

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  • 50

    Wat Rakang

    6 reviews

    Beautiful temples. Famous for its many bells around the temples. There's a saying that if you ring every bell there, you will be very lucky. You can also free the animals, usually fishes and birds, at the Chao Praya riverside for extra luck. Downside is the lack of parking spaces. If you want to take a car, just beware that ...

  • 51

    National Museum of the Royal Barges

    8 reviews

    Lovely barges yet somewhat bland and boring in dock. Much nicer when you can see them in use on the river.

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  • 52

    Siam Park

    5 reviews

    Hot but worth.

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  • 53

    Home

    4 reviews

    ☆〜(ゝ。∂)

  • 54

    Loha Prasart

    4 reviews

    The Loha Prasart is 36 metres high, It is built in Thai style 37 spires symbolizing 37 items of Dhamma in Buddhism. In the middle of the Prasart there is a spiral stair leadding to upper stories.Throughout human history, there are only 3 Loha prasarts in the world and only this on survies today From Wikalenda.com

  • 55

    Wat Suthat Thepwararam

    5 reviews
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  • 56

    Calypso Cabaret

    5 reviews

    I'm not normally a big fan of transexuals lip synching pop songs but the Calypso Cabaret does it with a sense of humor, style and panache that is absolutely entertaining. After the show, there's a meet and greet session where photographs are highly encouraged. Seeing as how the ladyboys are uniquely accepted in Thai society, this show is a safe ...

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  • 57

    CentralWorld

    4 reviews

    This is one of my favorite shopping centres in Bangkok. CentralWorld is the Largest Lifestyle Shopping Destination in Bangkok; a one-stop destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. Located in the center of Bangkok, it covers an expansive 550,000 square meters and is home to over 500 shops and boutiques, over 100 restaurants and dozens of first-class entertainment and recreational outlets.

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  • 58

    The Esplanade

    5 reviews

    Nice shopping place. The highlight though, is the theater. Shows are both foreign and local. Foreign such as 'Cats'. Basically, the only theater around here, other than the national theater, that offers musicals and plays.

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    Asiateque the river front

    4 reviews

    Go for a relaxing river cruise to reach this destination. It looks like a carnival; it has Ferris wheel, good food, shops and likely good bargains. A good family oriented place to spend an evening in.

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