7 Best Places To visit In Bangkok
Here is the top 20 best places in Bangkok that we carefully select for all travellers. Our mission is to give you the best experience of Thailand as much as possible. If you have any problems or you need any helps, please feel free to contact us!😁
Temple of the emerald buddha
Highlight⭐️: If you want to see a huge stunning temple with full decoration of art, make sure you don’t miss Wat Phra Kaew. Temple of the Emerald Buddha or Wat Phra Kaew is one of the most important temples in Thailand, located within the Grand Palace. The temple was built in the beginning of the Chakri dynasty of Thailand to house the Emerald Buddha. The temple also has full of painting and sculpture from “Ramakian” and each mural wall painting demonstrate a story of “ Ramakian” scene by scene in a very detail. The ticket fee may be expensive but it’s definitely worth every Baht you spend.

Transportation🚗: Take chao phraya boat to tha chang pier

General information🔈: 8.30 am - 3.30 pm, Ticket fee of 500 Baht
Icon Siam
Highlight⭐️: There are 3 main parts to visit at Icon Siam - shopping center, sky garden, and riverside. The shopping center is not only compiled with both luxury and popular store. It is decorated with the charm of Thai styles such as icon craft and 8 auspicious pillars. If you are shopping and find the label “ICONSIAM”, it is the place that Icon Siam recommends to be a great place to take pictures. Sky garden is placed next to the Apple store. You can see the view of the Chaophraya river along with Ratchadamnoen road. The building is designed to protect the sun even in the afternoon, so you can walk around and take a seat there. Riverside is the biggest highlight that reflects Thainess. There is the iconic multimedia water features at 16.30, 18.30, 20.00, 21.30 (last update January 2020) which is very highly recommended.

Transportation🚗: There are many ways you can get to the Icon Siam. The easiest way is to take a boat near Saphan Taksin BTS station. For full information, you may visit https://www.iconsiam.com/en/getting_here. It clearly explains all transportations you can take.

General information🔈: Open at 10.00 am - 10.00 pm
Wat Saket
Highlight⭐️: Wat Saket or Golden mount is one of the city’s oldest temples. The temple was built on the 80-meters high mountain, which make it distinct from other temple. It is suitable for a little adventure trip in bangkok since it takes some energy to get to the top of the temple, but the view on the top is spectacular and it is the perfect place to capture a sunset view.

Transportation🚗: Taking a Taxi is the most convenient way to get there

General information🔈: Open every day 7.30 am - 7.00 pm, Entrance fee of 50 Baht for foreigners
Wat Arun Ratchavararam
Highlight⭐️: Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn is one of the famous temples in Bangkok, because of the distinct style of its prang (spires) and its 80 meter height. I would recommend you to come early in the morning to avoid a crowd from tourists, so you will have a great shot at this place. In addition, there are rental Thai costume stores located near the Wat Arun pier, and the costume also perfectly match to the scene of Wat Arun, so don’t forget to try Thai costume on when you visiting Wat Arun.

Transportation🚗: Take chao phraya boat to Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) pier or take a ferry from Tha tien pier.

General information🔈: Open every day 8.00 am - 5.30 pm, Entrance fee of 50 Baht for foreigners
Jim Thomson House Museum
Highlight⭐️: Jim Thomson is famous for Thai silk. It is the house composed of 6 traditional Thai-style teak-wooden houses. Besides, there are displays of antique, artifacts and collection of Contemporary arts, predominantly of Asian-origin art works, which can be broadly classified into 4 main categories; sculptures, paintings, porcelain and painted pottery, and other collectible items.

Transportation🚗: Take BTS to national stadium station then walk around 3 minutes to Jim Thomson house museum.

General information🔈: Open everyday at 9.00 am - 6.00 pm, Admission fee of 200 Baht for adults and 100 Baht for visitors under 22 years
Train Night Market Ratchada
Highlight⭐️: There is a lot of food and a lot of people also. Many of the stores here sell local products which is the attraction of this night market. The product is not expensive but we recommend you to prepare a lot of money. You can also take a chill on the bar zone next to the store zone. The traffic jam is generally heavy so it is recommended to take the MRT rather than a taxi.

Transportation🚗: Take MRT to Thailand Cultural Centre station.

General information🔈: Open at 5.00 pm - 1.00 am, No entrance fee.
Wat Pho
Highlight⭐️: Wat Phra Chetuphon is like the first college in Thailand because it collects a lot of knowledge since the beginning of Rattanakosin era. It is the temple of the 1st king of Rattanakosin. In addition, UNESCO registered this temple as the world heritage in Asia Pacific. The 4 famous Buddha statue located in 4 temples turn the face on 4 direction (North, West, East, and South) because King Phra Buddha Yod fa or the 1st king of Rattanakosin want to establish Rattanakosin as capital city. There is also the story of two giants (Yuk) that one giat did not repay the money back to another giat, so they fought and the result is Tha Tian. Shiva which is the god in Hindu punish these 2 giants by making them a guard by standing in front of the temple.

Transportation🚗: Take chao phraya boat to Tha Tien pier, Tha Chang pier or Pak klong talad pier, then walk through Thai Wang Road entrance. you can also take a ferry boat from Wat Arun pier.

General information🔈: Open at 8.00 am -5.00 pm, Admission fee of 200 Baht for foreigners and no admission fee for children under the height of 120 cm