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Ayutthaya

4 star rating: Recommended 70 Reviews

Prior to Bangkok becoming Thailand’s capital, Ayutthaya was the center of the Siamese Kingdom, from 1351 to 1787. Known throughout the world for its riches and ...  Read more

Sri Mariamman Temple

4 star rating: Recommended 27 Reviews

The rainbow colored Sri Mariamman Temple, also called Wat Khaek, sticks out like a colorful thumb on Silom Road in the heart of Bangkok's financial center. ...  Read more

Pak Khlong Talat Flower Market

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

In a city and country known for its colorful markets, none stands quite so vivid as Bangkok’s Pak Khlong Talat Flower Market. The largest floral market in the ...  Read more

Jim Thompson House

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

A top destination for visitors in Bangkok, the Jim Thompson House is a museum dedicate to the 20th century American businessman Jim Thompson, who almost single ...  Read more

Chatuchak Market

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

A weekend visit to Chatuchak Market is an absolute must-do. The snack stalls at the market's entrance selling deep fried insects give you a taste (quite ...  Read more

Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall

The 20th century Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall (or Ananta Samakom Throne Hall) in Bangkok is a less visited destination, but well worth it. Serving a museum and ...  Read more

Baiyoke Sky Tower

The Baiyoke Sky Tower rises ominously over the rest of the Bangkok skyline as the tallest skyscraper in the city. Also known as the Baiyoke Sky Hotel it is 85 ...  Read more

Calypso Cabaret

Held in the Asia Hotel in Bangkok, the Calypso Cabaret is certainly a show with a twist, using traditional cabaret to parade Thailand’s famous transsexual ...  Read more

Dusit Palace

Visiting Dusit Palace (Phra Ratcha Wang Dusit) is a very different experience from visiting the nearby Grand Palace. Built by King Rama V in 1903, it was meant ...  Read more

Elephant Theme Show

Elephants are native to Thailand and have traditionally been an important part of Thai culture. One of the most interesting, if not the most natural, ways to ...  Read more

Erawan Shrine

Home to the four-faced golden statue of Brahma called Phra Phrom, the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok is one of the top religious destinations in the country. The ...  Read more

Hellfire Pass

The Hellfire Pass segment of the Burma-Thailand railway cuts through the Tenasserim Hills in western Thailand. The Hellfire Pass became infamous during World ...  Read more

Khao San Road

Budget travelers the world over go to Khao San Road to eat delicious, cheap street food, stay in budget digs, shop at the souvenir stalls and hang out in ...  Read more

Ko Kret

Ko Kret is a small, man-made island on the Chao Phraya River just 20 km north of Bangkok. It can be reached by ferry or guided tour and makes a nice day trip ...  Read more

Lumpini Park

This urban oasis in the heart of bustling Bangkok offers travelers and locals a 142-acre escape from the chaos of the city. Towering trees, well-designed ...  Read more

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