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What to Do in Bangkok: Must See Attractions

Bangkok Attractions

Bangkok, also known as the "Sin City of Asia", is a thriving metropolis in Thailand. With a population of over 8 million residents, tourists will never run out of things to do in Bangkok.

Every tourist should visit the Wat Pho. The Wat Pho is known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha and is one of many must see historical sites. The temple currently sits on 20 acres of land and was built nearly 200 hundred years before Bangkok became the capital of Thailand. Because the Buddha statue itself is 15 meters high and 46 meters long, visitors often wonder how the statue was moved into the temple in the first place.

Because Bangkok is famous for its numerous historical attractions and temples, Asian history buffs would do well to obtain a map of the city. Maps will often highlight some of the most important Bangkok activities, temples, and historical sites any person must visit on their trip. Many Bangkok excursions offer tours of the city that include major temple sites.

There are a number of Bangkok tours at your disposal One of the most notable being the Apsara Dinner Cruise. The Apsara Dinner Cruise is a perfect way for friends and family to enjoy beautiful sunset views of the city from the Chao Phraya River while chowing down on the some of the most delicious food available in the metropolis. Each night, temples along the river are glowing with thousands of lights, making for an especially romantic experience.

Bangkok is known for its vibrant nightlife. After a romantic dinner cruise, take your significant other to Royal City Avenue. Also known as RCA, Royal City Avenue is the absolute center of the nightlife scene in Bangkok and one of the top clubbing districts in the country. Night owls can head down there to enjoy some of the best live bands and disc jockeys in the country. Because RCA is an officially designated entertainment district, party-goers can be sure they will find something to do there every night of the week.

Because there are a wide variety of attractions in Bangkok, a trip around southeast Asia would not be complete without a stop in this wonderful city. The amount of places you can visit and local spots that offer experiences of a lifetime will make you want to come back to Bangkok again and again.

Things to Do in Bangkok with Kids

Bangkok is a great place for a family vacation. Take the kids along and enjoy these top family friendly experiences together:

Free Things to Do in Bangkok

A visit to Bangkok need not break the bank. You won't have to spend a penny if you check out:

Chulalongkorn University - Architecture lover or not, get set to be impressed by this landmark's modernistic design.

Government House - Swing by this historic attraction and learn something about the region's cultural heritage.

Phahurat - Sit for a while in this thriving location and experience life as a local resident.

Pratunam Market - If you'd love to see some of the more important or interesting places in the community, it's worth visiting this place.

Trimurti Shrine - Stop for some quiet contemplation and learn a few things about this site's religious importance.

Lumphini Park - If you enjoy spending time in the garden, this attraction will captivate your inner green thumb.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Bangkok


Street markets and sparkling malls, parks, nightlife districts and museums await at this bustling boulevard, which is one of Thailand’s longest roads.


Bangkok City Centre

Known for its stunning river views and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in Bangkok City Centre. Check out top attractions like MBK Center and Jim Thompson House, and jump on the metro at Hua Lamphong Station or National Stadium BTS Station to see more of the city.



Travelers love Pratunam for its popular shops, and you can see more of Bangkok by jumping on the metro at Phaya Thai Station or Victory Monument BTS Station. You might spend time checking out top sights like Victory Monument and Platinum Fashion Mall.


Don Muang

Don Muang is known for its abundant dining options, and you can plan a trip to Don Mueang New Market and Royal Thai Air Force Museum while you're in town.

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Asoke is popular for its popular shops. Explore top sights like Soi Cowboy and Terminal 21 Shopping Mall, and you can get around town on the metro at Sukhumvit Station.



Known for its fantastic nightlife and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in Sathorn. Check out top attractions like Bangkok Riverside and Central Rama 3 Mall, and jump on the metro at Technic Krungthep Station or Akhan Songkho Station to see more of the city.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Bangkok on a rainy day?

If it's bucketing down during your trip, shake off your umbrella and try out one or two of these enticing indoor activities:

What is Bangkok famous for?

Pack your comfiest shoes because there are plenty of remarkable attractions you just have to see:

  • Grand Palace
  • Wat Pho
  • Wat Arun
  • Temple of the Emerald Buddha

What should I not miss in Bangkok?

Put these things toward the top of your to-do list to make the most of your trip:

  • Khaosan Road
  • Pratunam Market
  • Lumphini Park
  • Siam Paragon Mall

Are there cheap things to do in Bangkok?

If you're traveling on a shoestring budget, consider adding the following bargain tours and activities to your itinerary:

What can you do in Bangkok for free?

You'll hardly have time to dig your wallet out of your pocket with so many fantastic free things to do:

  • Wat Pho
  • Khaosan Road
  • Pratunam Market
  • Lumphini Park