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Sawasdee Hotel @ Sukhumvit Soi 8

10110 Bangkok, 2., 42 Sukhumvit Soi 8, Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey, Klongtoey,

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Sawasdee LangSuan Inn

10330 Bangkok, 2., 93/4 Soi Lang Suan 5, Ploenchit Road,

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Sawasdee Sukhumvit Inn

10110 Bangkok, 2., 123 Sukhumvit 57, Prakanong

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  • Superior Double Bed
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The Ecotel Bangkok

10400 Bangkok, 1., 1091/333-334 New Petchburi Road 35, Makkasan, Rajthevee

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  • Superior Family
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Windsor Suites Hotel Bangkok

10110 Bangkok, 1., 8-10 Sukhumvit Soi 20 Sukhumvit Road,

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Bangkok info

Places to see in Bangkok

 

Places to see in Bangkok, things to do in Bangkok Thailand

 

1. Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew

Situated on the Grand Palace’s grounds. Wat Phra Kaew is one of the top sights in Bangkok and attracts tourist with its old temples, golden chedi towers, interiors and Emerald Buddha. The palace which is not as nice as the temples next to it, it is an example of the interesting new Baroque architecture. On site there is a coins museum. All tourists visit this attraction while they are in Bangkok.

 

2. Wat Po

Beside the neo Baroque Grand Palace there is Wat Po, which is a complex of stunning temples. There is a 4` meter tall, massive Buddha, which is one of the outstanding attractions of Bangkok. This statue is the most impressive and the largest in all Thailand. It is noted for its ancient massage school too.

 

 

 

3. Wat Arun

Wat Arun is also a top sight in Bangkok with its special river side situation and the 82 meter soaring spire set in the middle of the temple. It is also one of the oldest, dates back to the founding of Bangkok, when the original capital citz was set up across the river in Thon Buri. You can see a fantastic sunset from the river boats. It is situated opposite Wat Po. Behind the Grand Palace catch boats to here.

 

 

 

4. The National Museum

The National Museum: is home to a large and impressive collection of Thai art spanning many eras. It’s probably one of the most important repositories of Southeast Asian antiquities in the world with many impressive items on display covering Buddhist art spanning 1500 years. There are also displays on the history of Thailand, with information in English. Large enough to keep you occupied all afternoon, the museum has a wide ranging collection of artefacts covering all aspects of ancient and recent Thai history. Located beside the Grand Palace opposite the Sanam Luang ground.

 

 

5. Siam square

A modern cosmopolitan area which makes a good effort at being the ‘Times Square’ of Bangkok. The bustling hub is packed full of large shopping malls with the best in designer names, upmarket outlets, restaurants and bars, cyber cafés and fast-food outlets - you name it, Siam square’s got it. It’s a popular hangout spot for the young and trendy, who use the area as a large catwalk.

 

6. Chinatown

For some of the best in Chinese food, a bustling and diverse market and fine examples of architecture, Chinatown is an experience not to be missed. Although the streets are jam-packed with stalls and shops and crowded with people at the best of times, the sweat lost will be worth it for a truly new experience. Chinatown has the biggest concentration of gold shops in the city, but you will also find a host of ornaments, whole sale jewellery, textiles, antiques, musical instruments and ancient Chinese medicine shops. There are some good and not so good guesthouses and hotels.

 

 

7. Royal Barges Museum

This museum is home to the spectacular barges that are used by royalty for very special ceremonies. They are astoundingly ornate and more curious in appearance than beautiful, but certainly worth a look. Riverfront, near Pingklao bridge.
 

 

 

 

8. Thon Buri canals (trip)

A trip along Bangkok’s canal is one great way to see a number of the major sites from an interesting perspective, without the hassle of having to navigate Bangkok’s city streets. A leisurely cruise along one of Bangkok’s water ways affords passengers a glimpse inside the daily life of locals. Boats can be boarded from any pier along the canals. The Chao Phraya Express boat passes many of the city’s major sites. The quiet canals of Thon Buri, across the river are a world away from modern Bangkok and show how Bangkok once was when it was described as the ‘Venice of the East’ a century ago.

 

 

9. Vimanmek Teak Mansion and Dusit Throne Hall

This is the world’s largest teak construction, located within the complex of the Dusit Palace. The impressive architecture, design features and exemplary works of art are some of the finest examples in the country, while the photograph collection of King Bhumibol is an interesting insight into the lives of the Thai monarchy. Well preserved, it offers a good glimpse into Royal life during the reign of King Chulalongkorn in the late Nineteenth Century when Siam was at its zenith. Located opposite Dusit Zoo, in the leafy Dusit suburb, easily reached from Khao San Road and the Grand Palace. The adjacent neo-classical Throne Hall was one of King Chulalongkorn’s European inspired fancies and is used for ceremonies, such as the King’s 60 year reign celebrations where hundreds of thousands packed the arcade in front, it looks impressive but is off limits to the public.

 

 

10. Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing

This is one of the more important impressive of Bangkok’s many temples and a chance to experience a temple compound without too many tourists. Nearby is the recently renovated Giant Swing - a bizarre and unique sight used in Brahman rites festivals. In the Grand Palace vicinity near the Democracy monument.

 

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