When business is over, Bangkok has plenty of activities for visitors to enjoy. From dining out, to shopping, sight seeing or experiencing a traditional Thai massage, here are some ideas for an enjoyable stay.
GRAND PALACE & WAT PHRA KAEW
The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew are the number one tourist attraction in Bangkok. On 94.5-hectares of ground you will find more than 100 historical buildings, representing 200 years of royal history and architecture.
Enjoy tropical fruits and vegetables, fresh coconut juice and local food cooked right off the boats. Floating markets are Taling Chan Market, Bang Ku Wiang Market, Tha Kha, and Damnoen Saduak.
DAY TOUR BRIDGE OVER RIVER KWAI
To escape the busy city of Bangkok for a day, take an easy day tour to Kanchanaburi. Famous for its bridge over the river Kwai and right in the middle of the most beautiful landscapes of Thailand.
Explore the vibrant street-side cuisine in Bangkok’s Chinatown. A unique and fascinating area due to the mix of Chinese and Thai cultures. With its sights, sounds and smells this is an experience not to miss.
THAI MASSAGE AT WAT PHO TEMPLE
Wat Pho has been a site for traditional Thai medicine and Thai massage for centuries. A traditional Thai massage is not only seen as healthy for the body, but also a moment to socialize with your friends.
DAY TOUR AYUTTHAYA
Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Thailand, now a UNESCO world heritage site. Visit the many impressive ruins and temples at less than 100km from Bangkok. An absolute must see!
BICYCLE- AND BOAT TOURS
Book a bicycle or boat tour to explore the other side of Bangkok, away from the beaten tourist tracks. Visit local communities and have unique taste of the culture.
WAT ARUN (THE TEMPLE OF DAWN)
One of the most beautiful temples in Thailand, with its riverside location and unique design. This temple is very different to the other temples you can visit in Bangkok.
CHATUCHAK WEEKEND MARKET
Chatuchak is the largest market in Asia, where you can find anything you need, from food stalls to trendy clothing and art. Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
7-9 September 2022
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