Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, is a large city known for ornate shrines and vibrant street life. The boat-filled Chao Phraya River feeds its network of canals, flowing past the Rattanakosin royal district, home to opulent Grand Palace and its sacred Wat Phra Kaew Temple.

A city of contrast and a treasure trove of cultural attractions, Bangkok has witnessed an incredible gathering of tourists in recent years, all thanks to its vibrant culture. And, with locals who are quite welcoming and traditional at heart, make this destination one of the best cities to visit in the world. Bangkok depicts the unique co-existence of contrasting worlds. One can visit historical palaces and temples or get a relaxing experience at an affordable spa or choose to party all night. With our detailed Bangkok travel guide, tourists are all geared up to enjoy a fantastic holiday while capturing the true essence of this magnificent city that never sleeps.

Wat Arun In Bangkok

Wat Arun, a beautiful and popular tourist hot spot of Bangkok, is much famed for its religious significance. It is located alongside the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. Wat Arun Bangkok is also known as Wat Chaeng by the locals and is set against one of the most scenic views on the Thonburi bank of the Chao Phraya River. Being such a huge tourist hotspot, Wat Arun is also quite accessible by rivers and roads alike. The temple is lit by traditional lanterns every night, which makes for a uniquely soulful experience.

Wat Pho In Bangkok

Wat Pho is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok Rattanakosin Island in the Phra Nakhon district. Located along the banks of Chao Phraya River near the Tha Tien Pier, the Wat Pho temple is a regular tourist hub. Also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha and Wat Phra Chetuphon by locals, the temple is famed for its namesake Reclining Buddha. The fifteen meters high and forty-six-meters long Reclining Buddha adorned in golden leaves is incredibly beautiful.

Wat Pho is also famed for its exquisite Thai massages that are famous all over the world. A trip to the temple makes for an ideal day of relaxation. In fact, the Wat Pho massage is recognized as one of the leading schools of therapeutic massage in Thailand. The temple hosts a hundred and eight bronze wishing bowls into which tourists drop pennies to see their wishes come true. This money goes towards assisting the temple and all its monks.

Bangkok, glorious as if created by angels, the administration centre, beautiful temples, glittering palaces, the capital of Thailand, is the new motto for the city.

Terminal 21 

Terminal 21 brings alive the dream of having a tour of London, Tokyo, San Francisco and all other big and well-known cities of the world at the same time. It is a place in Bangkok, entirely built keeping a unique concept in the mind. Also known as the shopper’s paradise, it the best place to visit for all those people who love shopping and collecting souvenirs.

Terminal 21 Bangkok, gives people the feeling of travelling around a variety of shops in Tokyo, climbing down the world famous Carnaby Street of London, bargaining in the zouks of Istanbul or shopping for something delicious at the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. By looking at the Terminal 21 supermarket from outside, one gets the feeling of entering a modern day airport, with its curvilinear glass and steel façade. There are various floor signs which indicate that the travellers have come to various cities.

Nightlife In Bangkok

With swanky rooftop bars, hip cocktail bars, side street stalls, and lively nightclubs, Bangkok is famed for its vibrant nightlife. Head to Khao San Road, Rambuttri Village, Patpong, Soi Cowboy, or pay a visit to the laidback Soi Rambuttri or Thonglor where a trendy new bar is opening every week. Or, choose to enjoy clubbing at famous joints, like Silom, Sukhumvit, Asiatique, Sky Bar, and the gauntlet of superclubs at RCA.

Things to buy in Bangkok

From Buddhist amulets, local handicrafts, cheap silk to fashionable clothes and Thai souvenirs, a trip to Bangkok will be incomplete without a visit to one of its beautifully overcrowded markets.  While on a tour to Bangkok, do visit to floating market – famous for selling fresh vegetables and fruits, and the Chatuchak Market, which is one of the world’s largest weekend markets. It is a heaven for every shopaholic out there. With the right bargaining skills, one can bag loads of goods to take home at low prices.

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