Built by King Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok (known as Rama I) who was also the founder of the current royal dynasty, this palace used to house…
The Temple of Reclining Buddha is in the highest ranks of importance of Thai temples - a royal temple.
Visit the backpackers' Mecca constructed in 1892, where the tourists from all over the world come for the nightlife, shopping and dining…
This Buddhist temple is named after the Hindu god Aruna, a personification of the glow of the rising sun.
The most sacred Buddhist temple is located within the Grand Palace precincts.
Chinatown is one of the oldest districts in Bangkok, famous for its signature food, as well as a uniquely bustling atmosphere.
Operating since 1942, the largest market in Thailand boasts over 15,000 stalls divided into 27 sections.
This Buddhist temple is also called the Loha Prasat, which means metal castle or metal monastery.
Built on a steep artificial hill, the Buddhist temple is also known as the Golden Mount.
Made out of Italian white marble, the temple was designed by Prince Naris, the half-brother of King Rama V, for King Chulalongkorn, who had…
One of the ten royal temples of the highest class was originally built to house the relics of Buddha.
If you want to buy cheap goods such as clothes, DVDs or watches, stop by at this street market.
Opened in October 2011, this unique department store was built in an airport style concept.
Also known as Train Market, Rod Fai Market provides a great bazaar experience, where you can absorb the authentic atmosphere while shopping…
The new Rod Fai Night Market provides the same bazaar feel, so if you'd like to experience a true open-air bazaar atmosphere, definitely…
Operating since 1988, the park is divided into Safari Park and Marine Park.
This tall open-air dome is home to thousands of colorful butterflies and insects.
Sukhumvit Road, or Thailand Route 3, is a major road in Thailand, and a major surface road of Bangkok and other cities.
Offering Thai dishes, this restaurant is popular with locals as well as tourists.
Surprisingly, this place has nothing to do with chocolate. The restaurant actually resembles a small village where you can wander around and…