Bangkok Metropolis is Thailands capital serving as the center of development and modernity in industry, commerce, economy, and transport. In addition to its unique culture and exquisite architecture, this city is full of magnificence and charm and can attract tourists to explore traditions, cultures, archeological sites, food and ways of living of its inhabitants. All of these have been well-harmonized, giving rise to the city being award Asias Best City from Travel & Leisure Magazine as the best sightseeing capital in Asia and the third best in the world.
Top 5 Night Life Experience
“One Night in Bangkok can make a hard man humble”. It’s the old cliché, from the old musical ‘Chess&rs... More
Ratchaprasong Ratchaprasong is an intersection in the heart of Bangkok where Sukhumvit Road and Ratchadamri Road meet.
It is the shopping zone and the attraction of foreign tourist located near Siam square. There ... More
Khaosan Road It is an alley located at the end of Chakkraphong Road, right across Chana Songkram Temple through Tanao Road. Nowadays, it become a tourist attraction for foreigners from various countries all over t... More
Ratchadamnoen Road It is magnificent and a pride of the city. Since its first construction until the present, it has comprised three main routes; namely, Ratchadamnoen Nai, Ratchadamnoen Nok, and Ratchadamnoen Klang. We... More
Yaowarat (China Town) At Gate 1, the exit of Hua Lamphong underground train station, you take a three-wheel-motor taxi (Tuk-tuk)to Yaowarat. When passing Odean roundabout, you get off the taxi at Texas alley. Here is the v... More
Memorial Bridge (Saphan Phut) Under the bridge, there is a night bazaar that attracts merchants to set up stalls from 8 pm. to midnight. All kinds of goods are on sale here such as accessories, clothes, dolls, and home d?cor items... More
Wat Phra Kaew The temple is in the outer section of the Royal Enclosure west of the Grand Palace . It was built on the orders of King Rama 1 along with the Grand Palace and Rattanakosin Island, and is built as a te... More
Wat Chanasongkhram Ratchaworawiharn This temple is an old monastery which was built before the first reign of Rattakosin (before 1782). The former names is Wat Klang Na (temple in the paddy field). In the reign of King Rama 1, Somdet Ph... More
Wat Ratchabophit King Rama V ordered this to be the first temple built after he came to the throne. It was to commemorate the Queen and his concubines. It later became the temple of King Rama VII.
Ubosot: Exterior of... More
National Museum Bangkok Originally was the personal museum of King Rama 4 with a collection of antiques and royal gifts, King Rama 5 subsequently opened the Sahathai Samakhom pavilion (Concordia tower) in the grand palace gr... More