Bangkok - the Thai capital, also the most populous city in Thailand. The city is widely known for its unbeatable street food, temples, nightlife, rooftop bars, and over the top luxury. The world-famous Thai massage is another reason which makes it a solid destination among tourist from all parts of the world. This city of angels has a lot for you to explore. Here is our pick of Top 10 things to do in Bangkok.
This place is the highest 360-degree observation deck which offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city. The place is perfect for adventure seekers, where you can experience one of the largest glass trays at a height of 310 meters from the 78th floor. This place also has Thailand’s highest rooftop bar and fastest video-themed elevator - which is going to take you to the 74th floor in just 50 seconds. You get endless photography opportunities in the official photo taking area on the observation decks. This place is a must-visit in Bangkok, and don’t forget to have a drink in the rooftop bar while you are here.
A visit to Dream World amusement park in Bangkok is fun-filled and entertaining. This place has around 30 thrilling rides to offer such as Hanging Coaster, Super Splash, Vikings, and much more. The park is designed according to European style fantasy land. Apart from this explore the Snow Town - the world of snow at -8°C. A visit to Dream World is going to be an exciting day out for children as well as adults.
Explore the country roads while on bicycles is definitely an experience of a lifetime. You’ll get a glimpse of the lifestyle of Thai families, fish farms, rice mills, traditional wooden houses, and medical shops. The ride is a unique experience to explore a country so different and diverse.
This place is of great importance in Thai history - it was built-in 1782 and was the home of Thai King. The place is a great example of beautiful traditional architecture and the creativity of Thai people. The Grand Palace is a mixture of traditional Thai architecture and European styles. You also get to visit the famous temple of Emerald Buddha - with the statue of Jade Buddha and Rattanakosin Island which is the original area of Bangkok when it was first established. Your trip to Bangkok is incomplete without a visit to The Royal Grand Palace.
The world-famous wax museum Madame Tussauds was also opened in Bangkok. The place is arranged according to different themed rooms including Hollywood & Bollywood Stars, Historical Figures & Influential Leaders, Famous Scientists, Pop & Rock Musicians, Asian Celebrities, and Sports Legends. Don’t miss the chance to visit all your favorite celebrities at one place
Its the most popular floating market in Thailand, Damnoen Saduak is a place ideal for photo opportunities, food, and for giving you an insight into the regular Thai life. You get to explore the traditional way of buying and selling of fruits and vegetables, glide in the boat through narrow canals & small wooden houses. While being here don’t forget to try the tasty Thai food.
The Safari world is an open zoo which is divided into two parts - Marine Park & Safari Park. In the Marine Park - you get to explore the marine animals like Dolphin, Seals, etc. and in the Safari Park- you get to explore the endangered rare species of the animal kingdom. This place offers you attractions like Dolphin Show, Feeding the animals, Bird Show, Stunt World, and much more to explore. The place has two Buffer restaurants - Jungle Cruise & Safari offering the sitting capacity of 1700 & 800 respectively serving a variety of Thai and international cuisine. If you are planning to visit Bangkok this place has a lot to offer to you & your family.
While visiting Bangkok you must explore Bangkok’s temples - which are of great religious and historical importance in Thailand. The most famous of all are - Wat Trimit, Wat Pho, Wat Benchamabopit.
If you are a shopping buff and a street food lover, then this place is heaven for you in Bangkok. You can explore various Chinese and Thai street food. If you are up for some shopping you can explore the traditional shops where you can find everything in retail and wholesale as well. If you visit China Town during Chinese New Year, you’ll get to explore Bangkok in a whole different way.
This place offers an exceptional bar experience on the 60th floor. You can relax on comfortable loungers while enjoying the stunning and exceptional view of Bangkok and Chao Phraya River. This place is one of a kind experience, order yourself a few drinks and enjoy the services this place has to offer.
The Thai Capital has a lot to offer to its visitors and this was our pick for Top 10 things to do in Bangkok. If you are planning to visit Bangkok, don’t forget to check out - our best deals.