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Things to do in Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and has a total population of 11 million people. The city receives thousands of tourists every year who are mesmerized by the high rise building, beautiful temples, ancient palaces, great beaches, authentic canals, amazing food, unique culture, and the happening nightlife that leaves them with memories of a lifetime.

Places to visit in Bangkok

There are so many things to do in Bangkok that it will take you several days to explore the entire city. The island of Rattanakosin is referred to as the Old city where the key attractions are the temples, Wat Arun, the Grand Palace, and the Wat Pho. Some of the famous temples that you must visit include Golden Mount, Wat Ratchanaddaram, and the Wat Suthat. Some of the must visit places include theDusit Palace, Jim Thompson's House, King Prajadhipok Museum, Lumphini Park, National Museum (Museum of Siam), Phra Sumen Fort,Queen Saovabha Institute Snake Farm, Santichaiprakarn Park, Siam Ocean World, Suan Pakkad Palace, and the Vimanmek Mansion. Other things to do in Bangkok include taking Tuk tuk tours around the crowded city or going on a bicycle tour to the secluded area of the city. Canal tours are a great way of looking at the original canals of the Chao Phraya River where you will also be able to see the local neighborhoods. Some of the tourists also enjoy Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) and cultural dance performances at the Siam Niramit. If you feel like pampering yourself, you can go for massage at the spas that are spread throughout the city.


Bankok City


Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and is a famous tourist destination. The city has some great restaurants that you should definitely check out, which include Big C Food Court, Cataholic Café Central Food Hall, City Light Coffee, DID - Dine in the Dark, Gianni, Greyhound Café, JP French Restaurant, Kabuki, La Monita Taqueria, Rock Restaurant and the Bar Sensi Restaurant. It is recommended that you try the local street food and go on dinner cruises. Other than this, you can go shopping at the MBK Center, Siam Center, Siam Paragon, Banglamphu Market, and the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Bangkok is famous for massages and its wild nightlife, so make sure that you visit the spas, casinos, and the bars in order to make the most out of your trip. Some of the festivals that you can enjoy when in the city include Chinese New Year Festival, HM The King's Birthday Celebrations Loi Krathong, New Year Countdown Celebrations,Royal Ploughing Ceremony, Songkran Festival, and the Trooping of the Colours. The top tourist attractions in the city include Central World, Erawan Shrine, Golden Buddha, Grand Palace, Safari World, Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo, Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew, and the Wat Ratchanatdaram.

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Wat Arun

Wat Arun

When we went by, the tower of Wat Arun was shut because of remodel. Guests can enter the compound, however can't climb the tower. A Buddhist sanctuary had existed at the site of Wat Arun since the season of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. It was then known as Wat Makok, after the town of Bang Makok in which it was arranged.

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Bang Namphueng Floating Market

Bang Namphueng Floating Market

Bang Nam Pheung skimming business sector ought to presumably be known as a 'riverside advertise' as like numerous others it just has a couple pontoons stopped along the banks, with the majority of the slows down on strong ground. Be that as it may, with the achievement of the renowned Damnoen Saduak or all the more as of late Amphawa, this famous sort of market is thriving all over Thailand and each town close to a waterway has its own particular adaptation.

In the event that your vision of a gliding business sector is a channel swarmed with an armada of wooden water crafts, this won't not be what you have as a primary concern.

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Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa is the second most well known skimming market close Bangkok, not as extensive as Damnoen Saduak but rather more bona fide, with guests only Thai. Found 50 km from Bangkok this once little town was evidently effectively exhibit in the mid-Seventeenth Century.

The primary draw is obviously eating fish flame broiled procariously on wooden water crafts moored around the renowned focal extension, serving an appealing exhibit of colossal prawns, shellfish and squid. From twelve until late at night, the odor is essentially overpowering and clients rush to each side of the stream throughout the day.

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Damnoen Saduak market

Damnoen Saduak market

Damnoen Saduak is a world-acclaimed coasting market and the clamoring scene is an immortal depiction of the outlandish Thailand. Found 100 km from downtown Bangkok, this visit makes it simple for anybody to see this remarkable sight for themselves. You will get grabbed brilliant and ahead of schedule in a ventilated minivan and removed from the city, towards Samut Songkram Province. En route, your English talking aide will keep you engaged with a few stories and social setting to the day.

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Tha Kha Floating Market

Tha Kha Floating Market

A little reward for being somewhat in front of the timetable was a stop at one of the many salt fields coating the street.

On the off chance that you need to catch a photo of the tumultuous minute as the prepare passes however the market, please try to remain extremely watchful as the prepare runs quickly. A snappy look through the camera focal point may resemble the prepare is a hundred meters away, yet in reality it's directly before you.

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Taling Chan Floating Market

Taling Chan Floating Market

Taling Chan Floating Market. It has all that you have to spend a decent half day without booking a visit and it is much more real than the enormous celebrated markets. Coasting markets are overwhelming to both vacationers and Thai individuals alike. Wherever there is an end of the week coasting market there is nourishment, and where there is sustenance, there is a group. Yet, a few markets are so prominent they simply doesn't feel genuine any longer... they have basically transformed into a photograph opportunity

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Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market

Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market

Bang Khu Wiang The drifting business sector is situated at the mouth of Khlong Bang Khu Wiang. Tambon Bang Rao Nok, Amphoe Bang Kruai. It takes around 10 minutes by vessel to go to this gliding market from Amphoe Bang Kruai.

Not in the slightest degree popularized, this is most likely one of only a handful couple of spots you can see such a customary lifestyle around Bangkok. The best decision to appreciate a customary Thai drifting business sector without the touristy push is Bang Khu Wiang. Friars touch base by vessel in early morning on their day by day 'tak baat' (offerings round), and an assortment of homestead - crisp deliver is advertised.

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Chinatown

Chinatown

Bangkok's Chinatown is a prevalent vacation destination and a sustenance shelter for new era gourmands who rush here after nightfall to investigate the energetic road side food. At day time, it's no less occupied, as crowds of customers plummet upon this 1-km strip and contiguous Charoenkrung Road to get a day of staple, exchange gold, or visit one of the Chinese sanctuaries.

Stuffed with market slows down, road side eateries and a thick convergence of gold shops, Chinatown is an ordeal not to miss. The vitality that seepages from its unlimited lines of wooden shop-houses is plain infectious.

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Chao Phraya River Bangkok and Waterways

Chao Phraya River Bangkok and Waterways

Like every single urban rivers, the historical backdrop of the Chao Phraya is entwined with the city it courses through. The first site was picked by early pilgrims on account of its fruitfulness and copious fish. Later King Taksin, after the fall of Ayutthaya to the Burmese, found his new capital here, on the western banks today known as Thonburi.

Established present day Bangkok and praised the event by building a portion of the world's most dumbfounding sanctuaries. Later still the waterways it sustains wound up noticeably well known, acquiring Bangkok its 'Venice of the East' appellation.

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Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Once just prevalent among wholesalers and merchants, Chatuchak Weekend Market has achieved a historic point status as an unquestionable requirement visit put for vacationers. Its sheer size and various accumulations of stock will push any prepared customers to the brink of collapse – this is the place you can actually shop 'till you drop'.

Veteran customers would concur that pretty much everything is on special here, despite the fact that not all at the best deal ratesBut on the off chance that you have one end of the week in Bangkok, crush in a day outing to Chatuchak Weekend Market and you won't be frustrated.