Giving you a heads up about 10 things you cannot afford to miss
when in Bangkok.
Magnificent Buddha temples, weird food,vibrant street life and wrinkled
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10 Places You will regret if not visited
1. Name the Place
Must have heard about the
Emerald Buddha Temple and the Grand Palace - the celebrated landmarks of
Emerald Buddha is worshipped as the holiest and important Buddha statue among
Visiting the temple is an ultimate blessing for Thais and visitors. Dress
appropriately to enter the temple.
Take a taxi to Tha Pra Chan to find tasty Thai Street Foods.
2.Roads within Roads
Talk about nightlife on the Roads
The Silom Road has more vibrant night clubs and bars, on the other hand,
Khaosan Road is more a night market with bars kinda vibe.
Stray around, stay longer for the nightlife, night market and Thai Street
Foods, Vespa to the Khaosan Road. If you want to party hard, hang out at night
clubs, in Silom.
Chatuchak Weekend Market is the biggest open-air market in Thailand and a
well-known shopping place for both locals and tourists. Lined up shops and
vendors selling everything imaginable from handicrafts, to paintings, silver
ornaments to furniture, clothing to Thai food and drinks.
Take bite of
a harmonious blend between sweet and creamy texture Mango
with sticky rice called " Durian" you will probably fall in love at
first bite with both sweet and sour taste.
5. Heights of Relaxation
Do try Thai Massage at massage shops or even at the airport. This traditional
massage focuses on relaxation of body, muscles, and joints. You may love
Thai Foot Massage in specific.
The Chao Phraya River flowing through Bangkok, even today 50,000 people still
go to work on one of the many ferries.
Taking a boat trip down the river is fascinating as you will spot high rise
buildings and fancy hotels, Feel free to get on and off the ferries to further
explore the city.
National Museum - the largest collection of artefacts and Thai art.
Learn interesting things such as Chinese weapons, precious stones, puppets,
clothing and textiles and Khon masks.
Roads of Bangkok being are congested
Travelling might be a task
But not with a motorcycle taxi, unlike normal taxis they take you to anywhere
you want to go.
Celebrated on the 13th and 15th of April Songkran is the traditional Thai New
Year festival, you got to get wet.
the sprinkling of water has turned into a full-on water fight that is
celebrated by the whole country. It's a big public water park with water sprays
on your face.
10.Touch the Sky
With Sky trains, one way to get around Bangkok at any speed, jump aboard on one
of the sky trains. With air-conditioned and less traffic plus amazing view of
The train takes the direct route to nearly every part of Bangkok.