The Bangkok Temple and Culture guide is a selection of venues popular with visitors to Bangkok wanting to explore the the Culture and Temples. This Bangkok Temple and Culture guide is prepared by the Bangkok Hotel Lotus Sukhumit’s concierge team and gives a good overview of the attractions within Bangkok for guests to enjoy.
The Grand Palace
Built in in 1782 and featuring several magnificent buildings including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, this famous palace is a must see on a visit to Bangkok. Its one of Bangkok’s busiest tourist destinations for a good reason, and its best to arrange a private tour guide when visiting to make sure you get the best experience.Visit Official Website
The Ancient City
The Ancient City is the door opening to the heritage of Thai wisdom. With a wide range of architectural symbols combined with fine arts and craftsmanship, structural layout and natural environment that integrate harmoniously. Find numerous reproductions of palace halls, Temples, Stupas, Stone sanctuaries and traditional house also see re-constructed communities with their inhabitants doing daily chores and sample villages from all regions of the country.Visit Official Website
Temple of the Reclining Buddha
One of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok featuring the famous Reclining Buddha, the largest in Thailand measuring more then 150 feet. Entrance fee at time of publishing is THB 100 per person. It’s a great opportunity to have a real cultural experience in Bangkok. The Temple has a guided tour, and also has a massage school.Visit Official Website
Thai Home Cooking School
Thai Home Cooking offers a personalised home cooking school in Sukhumvit. Provided in either English or Thai and can be customised to Thai food that you want to cook, from a selection of over 100 recipes. Located on Sukhumvit Soi 50 the Thai Home Cooking is with in easy distance from the Bangkok Hotel Lotus Sukhumvit by ether BTS Sky Train or walking.Visit Official Website
Alive day and night with activity, China Town in Bangkok is lined with street stalls and shops and a great place for street food and stalls for those looking for something “Bangkok”.
With an impressive range of artwork the Erawan Museum is worth a visit during a stay in Bangkok. Surrounded by immaculate kept gardens and the Giant Elephant Statue!Visit Official Website
Disclaimer – The Bangkok Hotel Lotus Sukhumvit is not associated or affiliated with venues listed here, and this list is provided as sample guide to guests of popular attractions within Bangkok.