[ad_1] A First Timer's Guide To The Best Of Bangkok

A First Timer's Guide To The Best Of Bangkok

TN Lifestyle Desk, Times Now Digital

Apr 18, 2024



Are you planning to explore Bangkok but confused about where to go? Then head on and discover the best destinations. Read to know more.

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The Grand Palace

Former residence of Thai royal families, this group of buildings is renowned for various attractions that promise to make your travel nothing less than unforgettable. Attractions like Emerald Buddha are a must-visit in Bangkok

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Bangkok National Museum

The visit reveals the history of Thailand with the largest selection of art and artefacts. Wander through the popular gallery where treasures from ancient periods come to life each revealing interesting tales about the region and its culture

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Madame Tussauds

At this iconic wax museum, you can get up and close with your dream celebrities. From Indian celebrities to Hollywood stars, the museum boasts a large collection of wax figures. Add a visit to Sea Life Bangkok when you're at the massive Siam mall.

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Wat Arun

Dubbed as the ‘Temple of Dawn’, this iconic temple straddles the Chao Phraya river. While day trips to this temple are very popular, you can also take a river cruise to see the place light up at night!

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Lumpini Park

Experience the fresh breeze at the first public park offering open-air activities for everyone. There are playgrounds for kids, chances for bird watching, a library and an artificial lake where you can rent a boat

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

To witness the enchanting countryside of Thailand, don’t forget to explore the Damnoen Saduak floating market, nestled just outside the bustling city. Accessible only by boats, the market will have you shopping for food, drinks and gifts on the water.

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Bang Krachao

Nicknamed "Bangkok's Green Lung," Bang Krachao is a network of canals and mangroves offering a tranquil escape. Explore its beauty by bike or boat

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China Town

Renowned as the largest Chinatown in the world, the destination attracts many people for its famous street food and shopping district. You can be assured of lighters pockets but a full stomach if you head here!

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Chao Phraya River

Every trip is incomplete without a boat ride to the principal river of Thailand providing stunning panoramic views of the city’s skyline. You can witness iconic landmarks with every step, ensuring an unforgettable trip.

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Ancient City

Crowned as the ‘World’s largest open-air museum’ can give an entire round of Thailand in a single day. The destination preserves the Thai lifestyle and allows you to know more through travelling.

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