This large, single-terminal airport is designed in a very contemporary style. Note the 132-meter tall control tower - tallest in the world. The airport provides transfer buses between Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang Airports. They run every hour between 5 a.m. and midnight from Gate 3 outside the arrivals hall and are free of charge. The non-stop train service departs every 40 minutes in each direction. Express lines depart every 30 minutes and operate between 6 a.m. and midnight. You can also use the airport's limousines to get to Bangkok. Taxis are available on front of the Passenger Terminal gates 3–4 and 7–8, or call +66 2132 9199. Free wi-fi is available at the airport.
Built by King Rama V, this building complex is a major attraction of Bangkok. Explore its palaces and temples and admire the architecture!
The backpackers' Mecca! Tourists from all over the world come here for the nightlife, shopping and dining. A must-see for its incredible buzz!
Named after the monastery in India where Buddha lived, this temple houses a 43 metres long statue of giant reclining Buddha. A must-see!
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.
This royal monastery is particularly enchanting in the morning when Thai people put food into monks' alms bowls.
One of Bangkok's most unusual and interesting structures. Each level of the temple is dedicated to a different aspect of Buddhist teachings.
The most sacred Buddhist temple is located within the Grand Palace precincts. A statue of Buddha carved from jade stone is hidden inside.
One of the oldest districts in Bangkok. Hustle and bustle and delicious Chinese food, that's what it's about!
The largest market in Thailand! A place where the saying 'shop till you drop' is very true. Enjoy some adventurous shopping!
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!
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.
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.
The walls of this temple enclose the Buddhist university. Often overlooked by tourists, it is a quiet place to visit.
Established in 1945, this stadium has been hosting Muaythai fightings. Experience real Thai entertaining and intense boxing!
So-called New Siam Riverside. Local place of leisure and university culture features a lot of bars and restaurants.
Established in 2003, this gallery was established upon wish of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. Thai fine arts are displayed here.
Get some whiskey or beer on the 63rd floor of the Dome at State Tower. You'll have a moment to remember for the rest of your life!
Get your local food during the weekends in a traditional Thai way. A floating market is something you must experience in Thailand!
Buzzing neighbourhood, a popular destination for backpackers. Abundance of delicious food, Thai massage places and shopping opportunities.
The world's largest solid-gold Buddha weighing 5 tons is seated at Wat Traimit. It has very interesting history that you should learn about!