1. The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew :
Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew are the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It was established by King Rama I in 1782. It serves as the Royal Court and the administrative seat of government. Every year many important state and royal ceremonies are held in the temple.
2. Floating Market Bangkok :
Also known as Damnoen Saduak, a floating market is a market where a variety of local produce – from delicious delicacies to tropical fruits, regional agricultural produce, Thai handicrafts are sold.
3. Khaosan Road :
Khaosan Road is a short street constructed in 1892 during the reign of Rama V. This road is a vibrant part of Bangkok, where Thais come to join travelers at some of the best bars and clubs in town, as well as to buy apparel and souvenirs and food lovers try Thai delicacies as well as take advantage of shopping.
4. Wat Arun, Bangkok:
The Temple of Dawn or Wat Arun derives its name from the Hindu god Aruna. The Temple was built during the Ayutthaya period. With fabulous views of the rising and setting sun, the temple is one of Bangkok’s major tourist attractions after the Grand Palace.
6. Chatuchak Market :
Chatuchak Weekend Market is the largest market that sells many different kinds of goods, including plants, antiques, consumer electronics, cosmetics, pets, fresh and dry food and drinks, ceramics, furniture and home accessories, clothing, and books.
7. Wat Pho, Bangkok :
Wat Pho is a Buddhist temple and its official name is Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Rajwaramahawihan. It houses a school of Thai medicine. The temple has been recognized by UNESCO in its Memory of the World Programme.
8. Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World :
This underground aquarium is the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia that offers a thrilling experience as there is much to enjoy at marine life in the aquarium. Also, you can enjoy diving with sharks.
9. Bangkok Safari World :
Safari World consists of two parks named Marine Park and Safari Park, operated by Safari World Public Limited. The park offers a variety of shows and attractions, an exciting safari drive, an intimate encounter with friendly dolphins and it has an open zoo.
10. The Art In Paradise :
Art in Paradise is an “illusional” art museum with three-dimensional paintings. Artists have painted directly on walls to create stunning images that trick our eyes into thinking animals are smashing through walls, friends are balancing over raging waterfalls, etc.
11. Siam Park City :
Siam Park City is an amusement and water park, Bangkok. There are a lot of thrilling rides for kids and adults including Southeast Asia’s first suspended looping coaster with 5 inversions, 7-story water slides which were once among the world’s tallest in the early 1980s, and a large wave pool.
12. Visit Madame Tussauds, Bangkok :
Madame Tussauds Bangkok is a wax museum. It has many exhibits which visitors are free to look, touch, hug, and even take a selfie with the figures of influential people who change the world. You can even get a chance to wear costumes. Also, near the exit, you can get a wax figure of your hand-molded in the color of your choice.
13. Siam Serpantrium :
Siam Serpentarium is divided into the Virtual Reality Snake Museum, Snake Planet, Naka Theater, and Snake Labyrinth Playground. Here kids can learn more about Snakes, like understanding their life cycle, feeding, and hunting, etc.
14. Skywalk at MahaNakhon Observatory :
This is Thailand’s tallest building perfect for adventure lovers. It features a stunning SkyWalk with a 63 sq.m. glass tray floor, 314 m above the city and offers a panoramic 360-degree birds eye’s view of the beautiful skyline.
15. Calypso Cabaret Show :
Calypso Cabaret in Bangkok is an entertaining show that takes place every night at Asiatique The Riverfront. Enjoy the performances by Bangkok’s talented ladyboys and try Thai set dinner while watching Khon dance performance.
16. Jim Thompson House And Suan Pakkad Palace Museum :
Visit these sightseeing places in Bangkok to discover artifacts, unique heritage, art pieces, poetry, etc. The Suan Pakkad museum displays Thai antiques including Ban Chiang pottery over 4,000 years old. The Jim Thompson House, the museum designer and former owner, houses the art collection of the American businessman.
17. Siam Niramit Show :
Siam Niramit Show Bangkok is usually about the culture and history of Thailand. It is performed on a large stage with more than 1000 performers wearing lavish costumes.
18. Ayutthaya City :
One of those magnificent sightseeing places in Bangkok to dig deep into the ancient culture of the Thai Kingdom, Ayutthaya city is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The sightseeing includes The ancient palace, Wat Phm Si Sanphet, Wat Phra Mahathat, etc. You can even put on a traditional Thai outfit for a unique photo opportunity.
19. Enjoy relaxing spa :
In the ‘Massage Capital’ of the world, you can experience a traditional street-side Thai massage. There is a teaching in the traditional Thai healing according to which, massage must be a regular beauty and health regimen and not just for the pampering purpose.
20. Dream World Amusement Park :
Dream World is an amusement park that includes three roller coasters and other rides. Several shows take place throughout the day, such as the 4d Adventure Show, and Animal Show, and performing clowns dancing their way around.
21. Kidzania Bangkok :
It’s amongst those attractions in Bangkok. It’s a real kid’s world where kids participate in real-life interactive activities that are created with an educational twist.
22. Pororo Water Park Bangkok :
There are several water rides to chill down. Pororo’s Playground Pool zone boasts nine kid-friendly pools with interactive water play activities. Even kids get a chance to play with Pororo – the Little Penguin.
23. Ice Skating, Bangkok :
An ideal way to spend time with your family, ice skating provides a nonstop thrill for kids and parents alike. This is an ice rink inside a shopping mall and provides extensive skating facilities, such as first aid, training rooms, and changing rooms.
25. Crocodile Farm And Elephant Show:
Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo highlights exciting events such as The Elephant Theme Show and The Crocodile Wrestling Show. The elephant show covers football jumbo cups, dancing, etc.
26. Spend time at Dusit Zoo :
Dusit Zoo is a very interesting place to travel for the summer holidays. Children can enjoy themselves in the amusement park and can take fun rides all day long. A tour of the Zoo museum, animal hospital, and education center educate greatly about the animals.
27. Nanta Show :
Nanta Show is a non-verbal, South-Korean comedy show. It is a fun night out for adults and kids with a mix of tricks, music, acrobatics. Enjoy a dramatic, spine-tingling production involving the harmonious cacophony of cooking utensils.
28. Bangkok Sky Dining Buffet :
Bangkok Sky Dining Buffet offers you Thai cuisines, sushi, pizza, salads, desserts. Enjoy a Revolving View Point with its 360-degree rotating gorgeous view of the city from the 76th & 78th floor of the Baiyoke Sky hotel.
30. Dinner at Riverside terrace, Antara :
The Riverside Terrace is housed within the Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa. This dining place is very popular for its International cuisine such as Thai, Indian, and Italian.
31. Supanniga Cruise Dinner :
Sail along the Chao Phraya River and view various prominent historical attractions in Bangkok. It includes Supanniga Home Boutique Hideaway, a boutique hotel, Supanniga Eating Room, an uber-popular restaurant, etc.
32. Muay Thai With Brick Bistro Dinner :
The Muay Thai show displays the actions, skills, and cultural importance of this martial art – all live and real including Thai kickboxing—now considered the national sport.
33. Hard Rock Café :
Hard Rock Café is one of the best places to enjoy Bangkok’s nightlife. Hard Rock Cafe Bangkok offers burgers, BBQ, salads, desserts, as well as beers, cocktails, and mocktails. The first Hard Rock Cafe was opened on June 14, 1971, in London and from there the brand has expanded to major cities around the world.
34. Chatuchak Friday Night Market :
Chatuchak Friday Market is the largest market that consists of more than 15,000 stalls and 11,505 vendors, divided into 27 sections ranging from clothing and accessories, plants and gardening tools, books, antiques, handicrafts, and home décor items, etc.
35. MBK Shopping Centre :
MBK Center was Asia’s biggest shopping mall, opened in 1985. It is very popular for the wide selection of products such as clothes, cosmetics, leather products, furniture, and household items, and electric and electronic gadgets.
36. Beckoning Chinatown :
One of Bangkok’s busiest areas, Bangkok’s vibrant Chinatown district runs along Yaowarat Road from Odeon Circle. It is known primarily for two things: gold shops and food.
37. Siam Square :
Siam Square is a shopping and entertainment area in the Siam area of Bangkok. Besides shopping Siam Square offers fun family outings to Madame Tussauds or Sea Life Bangkok, Bangkok Art Center, the world-famous Jim Thompson House.
39. Visit Wat Hua Lamphong :
Wat Hua Lamphong is a Buddhist temple that serves a large community. King Rama V or King Chulalongkorn and the Hindu god Ganesha are also worshipped.
40. Wat Mahathat :
Bangkok’s oldest temples Wat Mahathat is home to a meditation center. Its history dates back to the time before Bangkok became the capital of Thailand. The temple was used for royal ceremonies and funerals.
41. Wat Mangkon Kamalawat :
Wat Mangkon Kamalawat is the largest Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok. It hosts celebrations of many year-round events, including Chinese New Year, and the annual Chinese vegetarian festival.
42. See the Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit :
Wat Traimit is one of the most favorite tourist destinations in Bangkok. It has an impressive 5.5 m tonne and 3 m tall, the solid gold image of Buddha sculpted in an elegant Sukhothai style that comprises approximately 83% pure gold.
43. Assumption Cathedral :
Assumption Cathedral is the main church of the Archdiocese of Bangkok. This beautiful church is crowned in a notable territory off Charoen Krung Road. The cathedral was named Assumption after the Virgin Mary and she is commemorated at the church during The Feast of the Assumption, on St. Mary’s Day on 15 August.
44. Wat Intharawihan :
The Wat is a royal temple located close to the Chao Phraya River. The construction of the statue began in 1867 during the reign of King Rama IV.
45. Dusit Palace :
Dusit Palace is a large, spacious complex of palaces, mansions, and throne halls [of the 20th century]. The Grand Palace had been the residence of Thai Kings since the founding of the Rattanakosin Kingdom and its capital Bangkok in 1782.
46. Visit the Royal Thai Elephant Museum :
The white elephants are considered holy animals in Buddhist Sri Lanka, Thailand. The Royal Elephant National Museum, also known as Chang Ton National Museum is part of grand royal ceremonies.
47. Art and Culture Centre :
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)opened in 2008. The artwork includes Thai and global contemporary craftsmanship. The exhibitions are conducted to promote both local and international arts and culture.
49. Rose Garden and Thai Cultural Show at Samphran :
This place provides an opportunity for learning and experiencing everything related to Thailand- Cultural Shows including handicraft skills, Thai boxing, and sword fighting, folk dances, Thai customs and ritual and so much.
50. Princess Mother Memorial Park :
The park contains gardens as well as two exhibition halls showing memorabilia of the princess and the royal family and a pavilion with a statue of the Princess. This park is dedicated to the mother of King Rama IX.
51. Koh Kret Island :
Koh Kret island feels more like a southern paradise than part of Bangkok as it is famous for the traditional Thai sweet, Khao cher, rice served with fragrant water, and side dishes, that are rare to find elsewhere in the capital.