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  • The Royal Grand Palace, Bangkok

    The Royal Grand Palace

    Area built by king Rama V to commemorate the centenary of the Chakri dynasty. Interesting combination of European building and Thai roof. Must-see!

  • Temple of the Reclining Buddha, Bangkok

    Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    Named after the monastery in India where Buddha lived. 43 metres long statue of giant reclining Buddha is the most famous attraction of Bangkok. Don't miss this!

  • Khao San Road, Bangkok

    Khao San Road

    The backpacker's Mecca! Tourists from all over the world come for the nightlife, shopping… Must-see for its incredible buzz!

  • Temple of the Dawn, Bangkok

    Temple of the Dawn

    Amazing Buddhist temple dominated by Khmer-style tower which you may walk up a little bit to get a view of the river.

  • Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok

    Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    The most sacred Buddhist temple is located within the Grand Palace precincts. 66 cm tall Buddha carved from a single jade stone is hidden inside.

  • Banglamphu, Bangkok


    Buzzing neighbourhood, a popular backpacker's des­tination. Abundance of delicious food, Thai massage places and shopping opportunities.

  • The Golden Stupa, Bangkok

    The Golden Stupa

    Bell-shaped stupa covered in gold tiles in the area of the Temple of Emerald Buddha. Relics inside!

  • The Marble Temple, Bangkok

    The Marble Temple

    Royal monastery particularly enchanting in the morning when Thai people put food into monks' alms bowls.

  • Temple of the Golden Buddha, Bangkok

    Temple of the Golden Buddha

    The world's largest solid-gold Buddha weighing 5 tons is seated in Wat Traimit. It has very interesting history that you should learn about!

  • Chitralada Palace, Bangkok

    Chitralada Palace

    Part of Dusit Palace complex. Wonderful place to lose yourself for a few hours. Early mornings or late afternoons are best for avoiding crowds!

  • Sanam Luang, Bangkok

    Sanam Luang

    Large open field. Place of Royal ceremonies, kite flying festival, birdwatching. You can't miss it when visiting Royal Palace.

  • Tha Prachan Market, Bangkok

    Tha Prachan Market

    This market opens early in the morning and you can buy wide variety of amulets and talismans here.

  • Flower Market, Bangkok

    Flower Market

    Colorful and captivating place full of scents and flowers of all possible colours and shapes. Best time to visit is before dawn when boats arrive with flowers.

  • Chinatown, Bangkok


    One of the oldest districts in Bangkok, because the Chinese moved in at the same time when the city was founded. Hustle and bustle, that's what it's about!

  • Patpong Night Market, Bangkok

    Patpong Night Market

    Great place to buy cheap souvenirs. All sorts of interesting merchandise in chaotic and busy narrow space. Shopping bliss!

  • Siam Square, Bangkok

    Siam Square

    Place where teenagers love to meet. But still, this is a good place for local shopping and street food.

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