Bangkok Tourist Information

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 get the best experience.

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Siam Ocean World

Located in the heart of Siam, Siam Ocean World boast a 270 Degree glass tunnel and glass bottom boat to view over 30,000 under water creatures.

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Chatuchak Weekend Market

One of the worlds largest weekend markets and covers a area of 27 Acres, divided into over 27 sections. Here you can find almost anything you can imagine. Chatuchak Weekend Market,is very popular shopping centre to Thai’s and has become a popular place to tourists and has over 200,000 visitors each day during Saturday and Sunday.

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 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.

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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.

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Benjasiri Park

Built for the Queen’s 60th Birthday, Benjasiri is refered to as the Queens Park. The park is nestled in the heart of Sukhumvit opposite the Bangkok Hotel Lotus Sukhumivt on Sukhumivt Road. The park offers some of the best examples of Thai Sculpture scattered around the park.

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.

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 Follow Me Bicycle Tours

“Follow Me™” our Bangkok bicycle tours is a unique and different way to see Bangkok. Have your tour personally and safely created to take you off the well-worn tourist paths and into the Bangkok that few, if any, tourists ever see.
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Erawan Museum

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!

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Dream World

Divided in to imaginative areas, take the monorail around adventure land, ride the waves at super splash, the white water rapids at Grand Canyon, or test your driving skills on the Go-kart track

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Lumphini Park

One of the largest parks in Bangkok, and easily accessible by public transport or taxi. It’s a ideal place to sit back and relax away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. Though the morning you will see locals practicing traditional Tai Chi.

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Madame Tussauds Bangkok

Madame Tussauds Bangkok famous for its wax models world wide is located on 6th Floor Siam Discovery with easy access on the BTS from Prom Pong Stations at the Bangkok Hotel Lotus Sukhumvit. Displaying a ever changing exhibits from around the world, Madame Tussauds Bangkok is open daily from 10am. to 9pm. Last admission 8pm. Entry tickets can be purchased online through Madame Tussauds Bangkok website or at the entrance
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 China Town

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”.

Bank of Thailand Museum

The bank note museum hold a wealth of history of the Thai Currency, from the paper money that was first used to the current currency. Entry is free, but visitors need to bring their photo identification for entry. Housed in a historic building its quite a interesting adventure.

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Wilding Indoor Golf Performance Center

The World’s Largest Indoor Golf Performance Center located at Thonglor Soi 18. The 2,200 sq.m center and provides an ideal setting for all golfers from beginners to professionals, with training facilities and lessons by professional golf coaches to improve bunker, swing, and putter performance.
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Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo 

Located 10 kms from Bangkok is the the worlds largest crocodile farm founded in 1950.  The farm has over 100,00 crocodiles spread over 300 acres of land. At the Farm, you can learn about the animals and watch them in their natural habitats.

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Benjakitti Park

Located near Ashoke BTS Benjakitti park features a large park built around a massive lake area, with the City Skyline as its back drop. The park is great for a afternoon stroll, and a place to take the family, with paddle boat for hire on the lake.