Also called the ‘City of Angels’, Bangkok, which is the national capital of Thailand, is home to magnificent palaces, dazzling temples, world-renowned floating markets, colorful Chinatown, museums, spas, vibrant nightlife, different shopping sprees and cultural landmarks.
- The Grand Palace
Nestled in the heart of Bangkok, on the banks of the river Chao Phraya, the Grand Palace is a spectacular building and one of the most renowned tourist attractions in this city. Being a complex of many buildings, gardens, courtyards and halls, the Grand Palace, which has a blend of Thai and European architecture, is a must-visit during Bangkok tour. Having been the erstwhile residence of the Kings of Siam, the Grand Palace is used for royal ceremonies now-a-days.
- Wat Pho
Also called the ‘Temple of the Reclining Buddha’, Wat Pho, which is the largest temple in Bangkok, is considered as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. The reclining spectacular statue of the Buddha with its length of 46 meters is the main attraction of this temple.
- Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)
Situated on the Thonburi west, on the banks of Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn, which is one of the most renowned landmarks of Bangkok, is a Buddhist temple. Being also the most photographed symbols of Thailand, this spectacular structure is one of the most charming temples in this country.
- Safari World
Safari World, which is a fantastic zoo in Bangkok, is the greatest open zoo & a leisure park in Thailand. Some of the main attractions of this park are CDV War, Jungle Cruise, Eggs World, Orangutan Boxing Show and Bollywood Cowboy Stunt Show.
- Dream World
Dream World, which is an American-style theme park, is the ultimate entertainment place for children. This renowned amusement park provides the kids the thrilling enjoyment of the Super Splash and White Water Rapids, Bumping Cars, Corkscrew, Roller Coaster, Swinging Viking Boat and Hollywood Action Show.
- Siam Ocean World
Being the most tremendous aquarium in Thailand with its features of a 4D theatre and some scarce species of marine life, the Siam Ocean World, which has its size of two storeys beneath the Siam Paragon Shopping Mall and three Olympic swimming pools, is an aquatic amazing land.
- Wat Traimit
Home to the Golden Buddha, the largest gold statue in the world with its height of 10 feet and the weight of more than 5 tons, Wat Traimit is a famous tourist attraction in Bangkok. The gleaming & awe-inspiring statue of Buddha is one of the most striking in the globe.
- The Lumphini Park
Name after the birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal, Lumphini Park, which is sometimes referred to as ‘Green Lung’ of Bangkok, is a paradise for city-residents seeking to escape from the hustle-bustle of daily life.
- Khaosan Road
Khaosan Road, which has its stretch of 1 km covered with several budget guesthouses, bars and clubs, mid-range hotels, market stalls, massage parlors, etc., is popularly mentioned as the ‘center of the backpacking universe’.
- The National Museum, Bangkok
Comprising Devotional and Buddhist art as well as some pieces pertaining to the royal family of Thailand, the National Museum Bangkok, which is home to one of the best collections of art, is regarded to be the largest in Southeast Asia.
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