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  • 1

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    136 reviews

    the secret to get a great deal is to haggle more than manners says you should and know that 3 stalls down someone will be selling something similar and you may get your deal there. beware of heading straight to chatuchak if youre straight off the airplane as it is tiring and the sellers can spot someone who may be ...

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  • 2

    Wat Arun

    72 reviews

    Don't skip this temple! Across the river from the Grand Palace and Wat Pho, Wat Arun is slightly out of the way, but well worth the added effort. Built largely from remnants of Chinese porcelain, the facade is gorgeous to see up close...no two areas look the same. Climbing all the way up the central spire can be frightening if ...

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  • 3

    The Grand Palace

    155 reviews

    A beautiful place to visit. It'll take about an hour to go through everything. Make sure to wear a shirt that covers your shoulders and don't wear shorts!

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  • 4

    Wat Pho

    65 reviews

    Also known as the place of where the Temple of Reclining Buddha resides, this place is worth the visit. The Buddha statue is the largest in Thailand. It's about a 30 minute walk around the compounds, and it's only a block away from the grand palace.

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    Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    96 reviews

    Stunning temple inside the Wat Pho complex. One of the highlights of Bangkok and easy walking distance from the Grand Palace. At busy times, grab your number for a massage before going to see the buddha. It will save you time and a massage here is a must.

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    Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    63 reviews

    Stunning must see inside the Grand Palace. The statue changes outfits with the seasons so gives you something interesting to look for if you visit multiple times. Take a little time to sit and enjoy the temple. Packed with tourists but the details are stunning if you take the time to look and you might as well enjoy a bit ...

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  • 7

    The Zuk Bar

    4 reviews

    Nice bar inside the Sukhothai Hotel. It isn't quite hip but it is certainly elegant. The outdoor space is delightfully loungey and more relaxed than the inside. Often has special DJd events. The dance music in the evenings can be awkward if you arrive too early. Guilty pleasure of a past time -- watching the parade of old men bringing ...

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  • 8

    Alexander Lamont

    2 reviews

    Uber stylish home design store that is a lovely mix of Thai and European influences. You've likely seen his signature bronze and gold leaf bowls overseas. Boutiques are run inside a number of hotels and you'll also find his wares at a few high end department stores.

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    The Fine Arts

    2 reviews

    This small antiques shop is as gorgeous as its eye popping prices are high. A mix of Thai, Khmer, and Burmese pieces that is museum-worthy.

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  • 10

    Emporium

    7 reviews

    Great place for shopping and hanging out! The 5th floor has a market, bakery, food court and little restaurants and food stalls. Highly recommended!

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  • 11

    Patpong Night Market

    59 reviews

    A bit mixed on how to review this one. Definitely a must-see on the first time tourist trail. If you had to see one tourist-oriented night market in Asia, this would probably be my pick. It is massive and carries everything -- every bootleg product found on planet earth. I struggle with the seedier side of the area. Amidst the ...

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  • 12

    Khao San Road

    107 reviews

    a famous backpacker street in Bangkok. The street at night is filled with tourists from the West and as well as Japanese. Hot and sweaty but great for a bargain. The main st in Bangkok, every one goes here, It even features in the film The beach. Fake bags and t-shirts and fishermen pants for very cheap if you try. ...

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  • 13

    Siam Paragon

    72 reviews

    Large upscale shopping mall. Mostly international brand boutiques but with a mix of local stores and a few nicer food court-style dining options.

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  • 14

    MBK Shopping Center

    91 reviews

    MBK ( also known as Mahboonkrong, pronounced mah-boon-krong) Bangkok has everything an average visitor would want to buy. It is a central place to buy all the items that most people buy when they come to Bangkok. The mall has over 2,000 shops and stalls which is popular with locals and tourists alike due to the availability of goods and ...

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  • 15

    Siam Square

    46 reviews

    Once i bought myself a zippolighter here in Siam sqaure. It was from the vietnamwar and it loked cool. Among zippolighters and other cool things to buy here, you will find Hard Rock Cafe, Pizzahut and some cool cinemas.An afternoon can easily be enjoyed here for almost anyone.

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  • 16

    Pratunam Market

    44 reviews

    I love shopping in this area. If you are good at bargaining you can stumble on great finds! Very very affordable, dirt cheap in fact :) From Clothes, bag to household stuff.

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  • 17

    Terminal 21

    38 reviews

    パッタイと冬瓜と鳥肉のスープが、今日の昼メシ。 ここには、写真入りの日本語メニューがあって、それを見たら昨日の昼メシは、アンチョビペーストの混ぜご飯に鳥肉とか辛めのひき肉とかが添えられたものだとわかった。

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  • 18

    Chinatown

    46 reviews

    One of my favorite Chinatown's in the world. This place feels like China. I used to shop here for my Chinese class notebooks and for my brushes.

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  • 19

    Bangkok River

    29 reviews

    The river is a lifeline to the city and exploring it reaps rewards if you escape back into the khlongs (canals). She isn't clean and she isn't really pretty but she is a center of activity -- though easy to curse her for breaking the city in two and making the traffic situation even worse.

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  • 20

    Safari World

    25 reviews

    love to see those big animals and the birds,,,and especially the elephants

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