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  • Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

    This large, single-terminal airport is designed in a very contemporary style. Note the 132-meter tall control tower – tallest in the world.

  • The Grand Palace

    Built by King Rama V, this building complex is a major attraction of Bangkok. Explore its palaces and temples and admire the architecture!

  • Khao San Road

    The backpackers' Mecca! Tourists from all over the world come here for the nightlife, shopping and dining. A must-see for its incredible buzz!

  • Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    Named after the monastery in India where Buddha lived, this temple houses a 43 metres long statue of giant reclining Buddha. A must-see!

  • Wat Arun - Temple of Dawn

    An amazing Buddhist temple dominated by a Khmer-style tower which you may walk up a little bit to get a view of the river.

  • The Marble Temple

    This royal monastery is particularly enchanting in the morning when Thai people put food into monks' alms bowls.

  • Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    The most sacred Buddhist temple is located within the Grand Palace precincts. A statue of Buddha carved from jade stone is hidden inside.

  • Wat Ratchanatdaram

    One of Bangkok's most unusual and interesting structures. Each level of the temple is dedicated to a different aspect of Buddhist teachings.

  • Chinatown

    One of the oldest districts in Bangkok. Hustle and bustle and delicious Chinese food, that's what it's about!

  • Chatuchak Weekend Market

    The largest market in Thailand! A place where the saying ‚shop till you drop‘ is very true. Enjoy some adventurous shopping!

  • The Golden Stupa

    A bell-shaped stupa covered in gold tiles in the area of the Temple of Emerald Buddha. Relics of Buddha and his followers are inside!

  • Siam Square

    Do you want to go shopping in Bangkok? If so, visit this square full of stores selling all kinds of goods. Many restaurants are here too.

  • Vimanmek Mansion

    The world's biggest building made of golden teakwood. A visit here is a flashback to the times of King Rama V and the colonial era.

  • Wat Bowonniwet Vihara

    The walls of this temple enclose the Buddhist university. Often overlooked by tourists, it is a quiet place to visit.

  • Tha Prachan Market

    This market opens early in the morning and you can choose from a wide variety of amulets and talismans here.

  • Rajadamnern Stadium

    Established in 1945, this stadium has been hosting Muaythai fightings. Experience real Thai entertaining and intense boxing!

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Printable Tourist Map of Bangkok

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