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OPENING HOURS:- 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Daily)

LOCATION:- Na Phra Lan Road, Old City (Rattanakosin)

Located in the heart of Bangkok, on the banks of Chao Phraya River, the Grand Palace is a magnificent building and one of the most popular tourist attractions of Bangkok. A combination of Thai and European architecture, the Grand Palace was the erstwhile residence of the Kings of Siam and is used till date for royal ceremonies. It is a complex of several buildings, halls, gardens and courtyards and is a must-visit when touring Bangkok.


The Grand Palace


ENTRY FEE:- 750 THB, Children: 450 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m. (Daily)

A fantastic zoo in Bangkok, Safari World is divided into two parts. The first part, Safari Park is Thailand's greatest open zoo and leisure park, and has something for everyone! It offers the ultimate safari experience through an African wilderness setting, which is home to hundreds of animals from all across the world. Some of the major attractions here are Jungle Cruise, CDV War, Eggs World, Bollywood Cowboy Stunt Show and Orangutan Boxing Show. theThere is also a Marine Park that houses a rich variety of marine animals. You can also catch dolphins, birds and other trained animals putting up a delightful show. Safari World is a must visit, especially if you have kids in tow.


Safari World in Bangkok


ENTRY FEE:- 850 THB, Children: 750 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Daily)

An American-style theme park, Dream World is the ultimate entertainment zone for kids. The Super Splash and White Water Rapids at this famous amusement park are a hit with the little ones. Other much-loved rides include Corkscrew, Bumping Cars, Swinging Viking Boat and Rollercoaster. Besides rides, it features a Hollywood Action Show. Also, get to meet your favourite cartoon characters in The Colors of the World Parade. Special mention to Snow Town which is a regulated sub-zero temperature zone for some fun in the snow. You cannot afford to miss this extravaganza if you're travelling with your kids.


Dream World


ENTRY FEE:- Adult: 800 THB , Children: 600 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Daily)

A must-visit when in the city, Madame Tussauds gives you a chance to pose with, touch and even hug the wax statues of your favourite celebrities! Featuring 10 zones, over 90 wax figures, and brimming with interactive experiences, Madame Tussauds is a lot more than just a wax museum.
Visitors at the museum are sent on a unique, emotionally-charged journey through the realms of the famous. The museum-style ropes and poles have been removed so guests can get up, close and personal with A-list celebrities, sporting legends, political heavyweights and historical icons. Visitors can also pose for the paparazzi, indulge in great music with the rock and pop bands, explore the lives of notable people and have a great time at the Film Zone.


Madame Tussauds Museum


ENTRY FEE:- Adults: 450 THB, Children: 280 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Daily)

The size of three Olympic swimming pools and two storeys underneath the Siam Paragon Shopping Mall, the Siam Ocean World is an aquatic wonderland. It is the largest aquarium in Thailand and features some rare species from marine life and a 4D theatre. A must-visit when in Bangkok, its tour is both educational and entertaining especially if you are travelling with kids. Watch the deadliest predators in the 270-degree underwater tunnel, dive in and enjoy a swim amongst sharks and explore the beauty of the ocean from a glass bottom boat. Siam Ocean World will leave you mesmerized!

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World or Siam Ocean World



OPENING HOURS:- 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Daily)

One of the most famous landmarks of Bangkok, Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn is a Buddhist temple located on the Thonburi west bank of Chao Phraya River. This magnificent structure is one of the most beautiful temples in Thailand and also the most photographed symbol of the country. Considering the significance attached to Wats in Thailand, a visit to the Wat Arun is a must on any trip to Bangkok.

Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) in Bangkok



OPENING HOURS:- 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Daily)

The Temple of Emerald Buddha or the Wat Phra Kaew is considered as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. The temple houses the statue of Emerald Buddha made of green jadeite and the beautiful, glittering structure of the temple is sure to leave you in awe. Protocol expects visitors to cover their knees and shoulders and also take their shoes off before entering.

Temple of Emerald Buddha



OPENING HOURS:- 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is regarded as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. The reclining statue of Buddha is the major attraction of this temple and is a must-visit when in Bangkok. It is also the largest temple in Bangkok where the majestic statue of Buddha is 46 metres long.

While you are there, do take some time out for a traditional massage that incorporates yoga postures, which is sure to leave you invigorated! The massage costs about 200 Baht per hour.

Wat Pho



OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

A popular tourist attraction, Wat Traimit houses the Golden Buddha, the world’s largest gold statue. The statue is about 10 feet high and weighs more than 5 tons. The awe-inspiring, gleaming statue of Buddha is one of the most striking in the world and a must-visit, when in Bangkok.

Wat Traimit


The Democracy Monument is erected in the centre of Bangkok and as the name suggests was erected to commemorate Thailand’s adoption of democracy and liberty. The four wings of the monument represent the four branches of the Thai armed forces and stand 24 metres tall, symbolizing 24 June, the day the constitution was signed. The monument was designed by Thai architect Mew Aphaiwong and the relief sculptures were created by Italian Corrado Feroci. Around the base there are 75 cannonballs to signify the Buddhist Era (1932 AD).


Democracy Monument


OPENING HOURS:- For Skywalk and Rooftop Observatory Deck: 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Baiyoke Sky Tower is Thailand’s tallest building and also a popular shopping, eating and entertainment hub. It also boasts of one of the highest hotels in Bangkok, Baiyoke Sky Hotel. The height of the iconic Tower is 309 metres without the antenna and 343.35 metres with the antenna included. The 84-storeyed Baiyoke Tower also has a skywalk with huge viewing windows from where you can take in uninterrupted views of the Bangkok skyline. Bird’s eye views of the city can also be enjoyed from the revolving observation deck on the 84th Floor.

You can reach the Tower by taking a sky train to Chidlom Station and then walking down from there.

Baiyoke Sky Tower


OPENING HOURS:- 6:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. daily

This popular Hindu shrine houses a golden statue of Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of the Hindu creation god, Brahma. Crowded with worshippers at any point of day, it also features performances by traditional Thai dance troupes.


Erawan Shrine (Thao Mahaprom Shrine)


Wat Ratchanatdaram Woravihara (Loha Prasat) is a sacred Buddhist temple built by the King Nangklao (Rama III) in 1846 for his niece - Mom Chao Ying Sommanus Wattanavadi. Apart from being sacred, the temple’s claim to fame is its iron roof called Loha Prasat. The roof is 36 metres high and has 37 metal spires that signify the 37 virtues needed to attain enlightenment.

Wat Ratchanatdaram Woravihara (Loha Prasat)



OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday

Considered to be the largest in Southeast Asia, the National Museum houses one of the best collections of art including Buddhist and devotional art, as well as some pieces belonging to the Thai royal family. One can easily spend a few hours or even half a day browsing through the exhibits. If you go on a Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday morning, be sure to catch the free guided tours.

The National Museum Bangkok


ENTRY FEE:- 100 THB per person; Locals – 50 THB per person

OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily

The Suna Pakkad Palace Museum was the residence of Royal Highnesses Prince and Princess Chumbhot of Nagara Svarga. The prince and the princess decided to convert the palace into a museum housing their collection of antiques and artworks. The magnificent palace complex has five traditional Thai houses. Each house boasts of a collection of historic artifacts. The drawings on the walls of the study hall done with gold leaves depict the stories of Lord Buddha as well as Ramayana. The museum also won the Trip Advisor’s Travellers’ Choice 2013 Award.


Suan Pakkad Palace Museum


ENTRY FEE:- Starting from 1,250 Baht / Person

OPENING HOURS:- Varies as per cruise type

Sailing through the Chao Phraya River and the Bangkok city in 40-seat dinner cruise is one of the experiences that you must add to your Bangkok itinerary. Choose between Evening Cocktail Cruise and Evening Champagne Cruise; and admire the sunset over the river, as you gorge on some delectable Thai delicacies. With the bar on board, you can sip your favourite cocktail as the breeze brushes through your face, and the glistening skyline of Bangkok overwhelms you with its glitz and glamour.

Supanniga Cruise


OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m, 12:00 noon, 2 p.m., 4:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. daily

LOCATION:- 8/1 24th Avenue Mall, 1st Floor A4/A5/A6, Soi Sukhumvit 24, Khlong Ton, Klong Toei, Bangkok 10110

Ever tried a spa while floating on water? Theta State Float Center, located in the heart of the Sukhumvit area in downtown Bangkok, features four private spa rooms all equipped with a state of the art floatation chamber. These spa rooms are fully soundproofed for you to take a break from the city snarls and immerse in the therapeutic spa technique. The unique floatation relaxation is known for benefits like absorption of magnesium sulphate, relaxing the brain, natural pain relief, synchronizing brain hemispheres amongst many more. If you’ve never tried, head to the Float Center while you’re in Bangkok and you’ll come back with an interesting experience to share.


Theta State Float Center



OPENING HOURS:- 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Daily

Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful temples in Bangkok, Wat Benchamabophit is also known as the “marble temple” and is a major tourist attraction. The temple is a fine example of Bangkok’s architectural style with its multi-tiered roofs, elegant bird-like decorations (chofahs) at the top of the temple roofs and the stunning gold carvings. There is a large stone lion on either side of the entrance, guarding the temple. Inside you will see a magnificent Sukhothai-style Buddha statue, which is a copy of the original Phra Buddha Chinnarat that resides in Phitsanulok in northern Thailand. You will also get to see 52 Buddha images from different periods and a Bodhi tree brought over from Bodhgaya in India, where Buddha reached enlightenment.


Wat Benchamabophit (The Marble Temple)


OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily

Royal Barges National Museum is a unique museum in Thailand that has on exhibit Royal Barges that were used in Royal Barge Processions and state ceremonies. Most of the opulent barges are in the form of famous mythical creatures from the Ramayana epic. Some of the barges in the museum are more than 200 years old and were built during the reign of King Rama I. The barges are made of high quality wood. Gold leaves, intricate designs and vivid colours form the decoration of the barges. The most impressive of all is the 46-meter-long Suphannahong royal barge which is in the shape of a mystical swan. It also features on the logo of Tourism Authority of Thailand. There are three more barges that are equally impressive - Ananta Nagaraj with naga -shape figurehead, Narai Song Suban featuring Lord Rama on a garuda figurehead and Anekchat Puchong.


Royal Barges National Museum


OPENING HOURS:- Tuesday to Sunday – 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Monday – Closed

Mr. Boonchai Bencharongkul commissioned the building of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). The museum honours King Rama 9 and Professor Silpa Bhirasri who is known as the ‘father of Thai contemporary arts’. The museum contains great artwork from some of the greatest Thai contemporary artists.


Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)


ENTRY FEE:- 750 THB per hour

OPENING HOURS:- Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m, Saturday-Sunday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 a.m.

Looking for some fun and relaxation? The first Flow House in Southeast Asia is just the place to unwind and offers everything from surfing and a plunge pool, to a pool table and a bar/restaurant.


Flow House Bangkok


ENTRY FEE:- 500 THB for third class tickets | 2000 THB for ring-side tickets

OPENING HOURS:- Monday, Wednesdays, Thursday and Sunday – From 6:30 p.m.

The Muay Thai style of martial arts is famous all over the world. It is also known as Thai boxing. Rajadamnern Thai Boxing Stadium is one of the major stadiums where the Muay Thai fighters can be seen in action almost throughout the week. To experience a bout or two of authentic Muay Thai style of boxing, this is the place you must head out to. The stadium holds matches for up to middleweight championships. It was in 1941 that the then Prime Minister of Thailand, Field Marshal Plaek Pibulsongkram, gave the order to build the Rajadamnern Thai Boxing Stadium.

Rajadamnern Thai Boxing Stadium


ENTRY FEE:- Adults – 150 THB; Children – 75 THB

OPENING HOURS:- Tuesday to Sunday – 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Monday – Closed

Adding to the list of numerous tourist attractions of Bangkok, the Museum of Floral Culture is dedicated to floral arts, specially Thai floral arts. The idea of establishing the Museum of Floral Culture was propagated by internationally-renowned Thai floral artist - Sakul Intakul. The Dusit Gallery at the museum exhibits photographs that depict the intricate refinement of Siamese floral culture dating back to the time of King Rama V. The World of Floral Culture has on display floral artworks from India, China, Japan, Tibet, Laos and Indonesia. Other displays that you should explore include Temples of Flowers, Heritage of Thai Flower Culture I and II and Pen, Pencil, and Possibility.

The Museum of Floral Culture


ENTRY FEE:- Toddlers – 350 THB; Kids – 850 THB; Adults – 480 THB; Seniors – 400 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Weekend and Holidays – 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. , 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Holidaying with your kids in Bangkok becomes a lot easier after a trip to KidZania! The place is the culmination of dreams of every child. KidZania is exclusively for kids and there are loads of activities to keep your young ones busy, interested and happy. Parents are not allowed to take part in the activities so that the children can learn to do things on their own. If you have children aged above 8 years, you can drop them at KidZania and collect them again at the end of the day.


KidZania Bangkok


ENTRY FEE:- Free entry

OPENING HOURS:- 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday

Every Wednesday night, the MBK shopping mall comes alive with excitement. Why? Because Wednesday is the Fight Night day! Hundreds of people gather at the MBK shopping mall every Wednesday to witness the free to watch live Muay Thai boxing. Adding to the excitement is the commentary that goes on throughout the fight – both in English as well as in Thai.

MBK Fight Night


ENTRY FEE:- Adult – 100 THB; Students – 50 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily

The Jim Thompson House is a museum in Bangkok dedicated to the self-made American entrepreneur James H.W. Thompson. It was formerly the house of James H.W. Thompson. James H.W. Thompson established the no world renowned Jim Thompson Thai Silk Company. James H.W. Thompson was awarded the Order of the White Elephant, a decoration bestowed upon foreigners for having rendered exceptional service to Thailand, for his contribution to the development of the Thai Silk industry. The museum houses all the artifacts, artworks and other souvenirs that James H.W. Thompson collected from Thailand, Burma, Cambodia and Laos. The museum itself is a masterpiece in Thai traditional architecture. It consists of six traditional Thai-style houses and sits on a klong (canal) across from Bangkrua. In 1967, James H.W. Thompson went for a holiday to the Cameron Islands in Malaysia. He set out for a walk in the surrounding jungles of Cameron Islands and never returned. The legend of his life, work and disappearance has endured on since then.


Jim Thompson House


ENTRY FEE:- Royal Seat – 1300 THB; Standard Seat – 1100 THB

OPENING HOURS:- Tuesday to Sunday – From 8:00 p.m. till 9:40 p.m.; Monday – Closed

NANTA Theatre show is one of the must do things in Bangkok. In 1999 NANTA made its international debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it received the best performance award. Since then NANTA has been on a rollercoaster ride and has performed in United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Italy, Germany, Taiwan and Netherlands. The show put up by NANTA is a laugh riot and you are sure to come out of the theater with tears of laughter staining your cheeks.


Bangkok NANTA Theatre


OPENING HOURS:- 4:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily

Lumpini Park is a breath of fresh air in the concrete jungle of Bangkok. The lush green park is an escape from the bright lights of Bangkok. This is the oldest and the largest park in Bangkok. You can go there on a family picnic or just sit and relax in the fresh air of the park. The park also has playgrounds where your children can play and have fun. At the beautiful lake in the park, you can go for a scenic boat ride. Smoking is not allowed in the park.


Lumpini Park


OPENING HOURS:- 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Daily

LOCATION:- Bamrung Muang Road, Old City (Rattanakosin), opposite Bangkok City Hall


The Giant Swing majestically stands at a height of 21.15 metres and is a famous landmark of Bangkok, seen in many postcards. It was built only 2 years after Bangkok became the new capital in 1782 and symbolizes the once strong influence of Brahmanism in Thailand. The original swing dating back to 1784 was replaced with a new one made entirely of gold teak in 2004. In the past, during the Brahmin thanksgiving ceremony, young men would ride the swing high in the air and try to grab a bag of silver coins with their teeth. However, the ceremony was discontinued later.
Wat Suthat


OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily

LOCATION:- Between Boriphat Road and Lan Luang Road, off Ratchadamnoen Klang Road

Wat Saket is a Buddhist temple located in Pom Prap Sattru Phai district of Bangkok. The temple is especially famous for the Golden Mount or Phu Khao Thong, an artificial man-made hill crowned with a gleaming gold chedi. From the top of the hill you can enjoy stunning views over Rattanakosin Island. The 58-metre chedi houses a Buddha relic and welcomes worshippers all year round. Every year in November there is a temple fair that commences with a candlelit procession up to the top. During this period the golden chedi is draped in a massive bright red cloth and this is a great time to experience local Thai festivity.


The Golden Mount (Wat Saket)


ENTRY FEE:- 100 THB (which includes entry into the gallery and every building)

OPENING HOURS:- 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Tuesday-Saturday, last ticket at 3:30 pm)

LOCATION:- Rajavithee Road. Close to Dusit Zoo and the Dusit Palace Complex

The Vimanmek Royal Mansion is a former royal palace in Bangkok made entirely of gold teak. Did you know that during its construction not a single nail was used! Now a museum, it contains antique furniture, glassware, porcelain, old photographs and memorabilia from the late King’s reign. Be sure to wear an appropriate attire or you may be denied entry. No shorts, ripped jeans or T-shirts will be allowed.


Vimanmek Mansion


LOCATION:- Chatuchak District

Once you are done shopping at Chatuchak Market, head to the nearby Chatuchak Park. Enjoy jogging in this green haven or simply appreciate the marvels of nature in the Thai Literature and Herb Garden. Watch the fish from the numerous bridges over the pond, row a boat or visit the train museum situated inside the park.


Chatuchak Park


LOCATION:- Bangkok

Klongs is a general name given to the canals in the central plain of Thailand. Klongs are generally spawned by the Chao Phraya , the Tha Chin and the Mae Klong Rivers and also their tributaries. Bangkok was once crisscrossed by a number of klongs that were used not only for transportation and floating markets but also for sewage disposal. Most of these klongs have now been filled up and converted into streets. But you can still visit some of the klongs , most prominent one being the Saen Saeb klong.




ENTRY FEE:- Kids 50 THB, adults 100 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 8:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily

LOCATION:- Intersection of Rama V, Ratchavitee and U-Thong Nai Roads (entrance on all three sides)

Take a trip to Thailand’s very first zoo, also known as ‘Khao Din’. Here you will get to see 1,600 domestic and international animals, including albino barking deer and white Bengal tigers. The park also features a number of rides for children as well as an impressive lake, where you can enjoy boating and feeding the fish. History buffs can take a diversion and see the World War II underground shelter near the hippopotamus habitat. If you get hungry, there is a large Food Centre offering a variety of local dishes and desserts. Since the zoo is spread over a vast area, it is recommended to pick your areas of interest from the map and head there. Alternatively, you can hop onto the tram that takes you around the park in flat 20 minutes!

Dusit Zoo


ENTRY FEE:- 320 THB / adult and 120 THB / child (excluding admission to individual rides); Package 420 THB (including Re-riding 15 items) / 900 THB (including all Re-riding)

OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily

The largest theme and water park in Southeast Asia receives 2 million visitors every year from around the world and has over 30 different rides! Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, it offers Vortex, which is one of the world’s largest suspended looping roller coasters, Boomerang, Giant Drop, Aladdin, Siam Tower, Condor, Top-spin, Mega Dance and the Log Flume. The wave pool here is the largest in the world as certified by Guinness World Records. Other attractions at the park include Talay Krung Thep (the world's biggest wave pool), Speed Slides (the 75 feet high slider), Super Spiral (four integrated spiralling slides), Lazy River (the flowing river) and Spa Club (the health spa club with original Thai massage). You can also visit the Chinese Wax Museum, Botanical Gardens, Zoo and Knowledge Park while you are here. So popular is this park that the King of Pop, Michael Jackson himself took time out to come here during his tour of Asia.


Siam Park City


LOCATION:- Between Soi 22 and 24 (Sukhumvit Road)

A beautiful garden on Sukhumvit Road, Benjasiri is spread out on 11.7 acres right next to Emporium Shopping Complex. Benjasiri has a beautiful lake inside it and is well known for the 12 contemporary sculptures done by Thai artists from all walks of life. The park frequently hosts a number of social events

Benjasiri Park


LOCATION:- Ramkamhaeng Rd., Hua Mak, Bang Kapi, Bangkok 10240 Thailand

This is the national stadium of Thailand and the home stadium of the Thailand national football team. This imposing structure was designed by the Faculty of Architecture at Chulalongkorn University. It played host to the 1998 Asian Games as well as a number of international matches and football tournaments.


Rajamangala Stadium


LOCATION:- 88 Bangna-Trad Road (Km.1), Bangna, Bangkok 10260

BITEC has a range of state-of-the-art facilities and is a symbol of traditional Thai warmth and hospitality. The venue has played host to several international trade exhibitions, world congresses, and a wide variety of MICE events. It is in close proximity to the Port of Bangkok, LaemChabang deep-sea port and the Eastern Seaboard industrial zone.

Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre


ENTRY FEE:- Adults: 300 THB, Children: 200 THB.

OPENING HOURS:- Opening Closing Time: 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Daily

LOCATION:- 555 Moo 7 Taiban Road, Taiban Sub-District, Amphur Muang, Samutprakarn

The world’s largest crocodile zoo is located 10 kilometres from Bangkok and is dedicated to the education and preservation of animals, especially crocodiles. At the Farm you can also see elephants, tigers, lions, monkeys, horses and hippos. There are daily crocodile shows where performers can be seen doing tricks like putting their heads and arms inside the crocodile’s mouth. You can also enjoy Elephant shows as they walk on tight ropes, ride skateboards and dance.

Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm & Zoo


OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Wednesday-Saturday)

LOCATION:- Na Phrothat Road, near the Grand Palace

Learn about Thai history dating back to the Neolithic times as you visit the Bangkok National Museum. It was opened by King Rama V to showcase the antiques and gifts presented to him by his father. Here you will get to see the largest collection of Thai art and artifacts in the country. Some of the interesting items on display include Chinese weapons, gold treasures, precious stones, Khon masks, traditional musical instruments and many other memorabilia from around Southeast Asia.

Bangkok National Museum


LOCATION:- 60 New Rachadapisek Road, Khlong Toei District

Located in the heart of Bangkok’s business district, QSNCC plays hosts to a range of events, including conferences and exhibitions and numerous international events. The convention center also houses the Plenary Hall, a theatre-style hall with a seating capacity of up to 6,000 people. QSNCC is equipped with state-of-the-art communications, translations, and audio-visual technology for hosting events.

Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC)


ENTRY FEE:- Free admission

OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Closed on Monday)

LOCATION:- 939 Rama I Road Wongmai, Patumwan - Opposite MBK shopping mall

Art and culture aficionados can spend hours in this contemporary arts museum browsing through the widest range of art, design, music, theatre and film in the city. The centre hosts a number of exhibitions from international and Thai artists. Inside you will find many shops, an art library and a few cafes.


Bangkok Art & Culture Centre



OPENING HOURS:- 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Tuesday - Sunday (ticket office closes at 3:30 p.m.)

LOCATION:- Royal Plaza, Dusit

Located within the Dusit Palace, this impressive two-storey white marble palace is a fitting example of neoclassical Renaissance architecture. This important landmark has played a big part in the Thai history and was used as the headquarters of the People’s Party during the 1932 revolution. Today it serves as a museum as well as the venue for many a royal celebration. Upon entering the Throne Hall it is hard to miss the beautiful central dome under which the Royal Throne sits.

Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall


OPENING HOURS:- 9:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., Tuesday- Sunday

LOCATION:- Technopolis Soi Klong 5, Rangsit - Nakhon Nayok Rd., Khlong Ha, Khlong Luang, Pathum Thani 12120 Thailand

The National Science Museum is a great way to learn about Thailand’s various developments in science and technology and makes for a fun and educational family outing. Spread over 6 floors, the museum showcases exhibits like a spaceship, life-like reconstruction of “Lucy” fossils, gigantic artificial earth, basic information and technology of Thailand, among other displays.


National Science Museum


OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., daily (call before you go, as the place might be closed for private functions)

LOCATION:- Soi Prapinit, accessible from Narathiwas Soi 7 or Soi Suan Phlu

Get a glimpse into the life of Thailand’s former prime minister as you visit his beautiful home. Situated on a stunning pond garden, the five traditional teak homes showcase displays of artefacts like ceramics, antiques, fine arts and rare books. A multi-faceted personality, M.R. Kukrit had many hobbies, which including writing, poetry and art. His home is a manifestation of his passion for traditional Thai art and culture and is a storehouse of cultural treasures and personal artefacts.

M.R. Kukrit's Heritage Home


OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., daily

LOCATION:- Dusit Palace, U Thong Nai Road, Bangkok 10300, Thailand

One of Bangkok’s lesser known secrets, the Royal Elephant National Museum is located near Dusit Zoo. At one time it was an elephant stable for the Kings and housed Royal White Elephants in the early 1900s.

Chang Ton (Royal Elephant) National Museum


OPENING HOURS:- 5:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m., daily

Situated in downtown Bangkok, Benjakitti Park is an oasis around the expansive Lake Ratchada. It has a dedicated cycling and jogging track and also offers paddle boats, row boats, a skateboarding ramp as well as an area for fitness enthusiasts to exercise. In the middle of the lake there is a fountain and a stage where light and sound performances take place during major events like New Year’s Eve and Loy Krathong.


Benjakitti Park


LOCATION:- Bang Phlat

Despite their being a lot of bridges spanning the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, there is one that stands apart because of its unique atmosphere. Rama VIII Bridge is named after King Ananda Mahido and is a cable-styled bridge with a unique “A” shaped pylon as its only support. It is not uncommon to find people doing aerobics, jogging, playing football, photography, and other activities here. The bridge is a noted architectural tourist attraction and an image of the bridge has even been included on the back of Thailand’s 20 baht bank note.


Rama VIII Bridge


OPENING HOURS:- Service hours- 6:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m., Daily

LOCATION:- Soi 40, Charoen Krung Rd., Bang Rak, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500

It is hard to miss the striking Assumption Cathedral, nestled in a historic area off Charoen Krung Road near the Chao Phraya River. With a history dating back to 1662, it is the main Roman Catholic cathedral of Thailand. The cathedral’s Romanesque twin towers and rectangular structure stand apart from other notable Catholic churches in Bangkok. During World War II the cathedral suffered damage and was restored to, more or less, what you see today. In 1984, Pope John Paul II visited the church.

Assumption Cathedral


OPENING HOURS:- 8:30 a.m- 8:00 p.m., daily

LOCATION:- 114 Wisut Kasat Road | Bangkhunphrom, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

Located close to the Chao Phraya River, the temple is famous for its standing Buddha statue. At a height of 32 metres and 10 metres width, the image dominates the area and took 60 years to complete. The construction of the statue began in 1867 during the reign of King Rama IV. Devotees believe that the image has the power of blessing them with success and visit the temple complex offering flowers and burning incense sticks.

Wat Intharawihan Temple


LOCATION:- Banglamphu area. About 1 kilometre north of the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew

Famously described as “the centre of the backpacking universe” in the popular book ‘The Beach’, Khao San Road is a 1 kilometre stretch packed with numerous budget guesthouses, mid-range hotels, bars and clubs, massage parlours, market stalls and much more. With its infectious vibe, it is popular with locals and tourists alike.


Khaosan Road


OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m., daily

LOCATION:- Silom Road next to Soi Silom 23, opposite the Lerdsin Hospital

Spread across three storeys and housing a remarkable collection of sea shells, the Bangkok Seashell Museum is definitely worth visiting. Seashells have been a part of human history since a long time, be it as currency, musical instruments and even medical research. At the museum you can see 3,000 specimens of 600 species including the giant clam weighing approximately 300m kgs


Bangkok Seashell Museum


OPENING HOURS:- 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., daily

LOCATION:- Street Soi 119, Th Sukhumvit

The first thing you see when visiting Erawan Museum is an enormous three-headed elephant statue, standing at a height of 40 metres. Within this large bronze elephant are many sections, adorned with stained glass, housing rare Eastern antiques, ancient Buddha statues, religious iconography, and other antique objects. The museum has five-storeys, each one containing beautiful artefacts from late Khun Lek’s priceless collection. From the lower level, you can watch the beautiful gardens below.

Erawan Museum


OPENING HOURS:- 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday

LOCATION:- Phra Nakorn District, Rattanakosin Island, south of Wat Pho

This modern, interactive museum is located in the heart of the Old City and is far from a regular museum with a display of historical artefacts. On the contrary, upon entering the reception area you will see wooden stairs, ceramic tiles and old-fashioned columns in contrast to the modern art and advanced technology. The museum is a beautiful amalgamation of traditional and modern elements, and showcases the various stages of Thai history, from its inception to the rapid entry into the modern world.

Museum of Siam


OPENING HOURS:- 8:00 a.m.- 7:30 p.m., Monday- Saturday, 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m., Sunday

LOCATION:- In close proximity to Chao Phraya River

The Portuguese were the first westerners to settle in the then capital of Thailand, Ayutthaya and are believed to have been around for 500 years. This ancient Roman Catholic church situated on the banks overlooking Chao Phraya was built by them and houses images of Jesus Christ’s dead body and the Virgin Mary standing on the moon with her child in her arm.

Kalawar Church (Holy Rosary Church)



OPENING HOURS:- 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

LOCATION:- Sukhumvit 103 Road, Nong Bon, Khet Prawet, Bangkok

King Rama IX Park is Bangkok's largest public park. Opened in 1987 to celebrate King Bhumibol or King Rama IX's 60th birthday, it is more than just a park. It spreads over 200 acres and boasts of huge green spaces with beautiful and unique plants and flowers, a huge botanical garden and a lake. Situated on the outskirts of Bangkok, a visit to the park provides an excellent break from the hustle-bustle of city life to both tourists and locals. A flower festival is held every December at the Park. Fern garden, rose garden, desert house, shrub maze, pretty ponds and numerous floral trails are other highlights of the Park.


King Rama IX Park


OPENING HOURS:- 9:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. (Monday- Friday, closed on public holidays)

LOCATION:- 436 Mahachai Road, near Rommani Nart Park

Located on Mahachai Road, the Bangkok Corrections Museum was once the site of the Bangkok Remand Prison. Here you can learn about the brutal punishments given to offenders in Thailand. On display are corporal punishment tools and weapons showcasing the severity of the old penal system, as well as life-sized wax statues depicting execution scenes.


Bangkok Corrections Museum


OPENING HOURS:- 5:30 a.m.- 7:30 p.m., daily

LOCATION:- Near the Temple of the Emerald Buddha Mahachai Road, Khwaeng Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Khet Phra Nakhon, Bangkok

According to ancient Thai belief, a city pillar needs to be installed upon the establishment of a new city and symbolises the stability of power. It was the first building built for Bangkok by King Rama I of the Chakri Dynasty, prior to Grand Palace, when he moved the capital city from Thonburi to Bangkok. The Pillar has been renovated a few times, the last time being 1982 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Bangkok.

Bangkok City Pillar Shrine


OPENING HOURS:- Tuesday, Friday: 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday: 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

LOCATION:- Between Din Daeng, Phahonyothin, Phayathai and Ratchawithi Roads, Bangkok 10040

Built by the military government in 1941, Victory Monument has now become one of the most bustling transportation hubs in Bangkok. What’s more, it is surrounded by vibrant shopping malls and restaurants and boasts of a happening nightlife scene as well. The shops and restaurants at Victory Monument are budget-friendly, making it a popular hangout area among tourists and locals alike.

Victory Monument


OPENING HOURS:- 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

LOCATION:- No. 2, Thanon Pan, Silom, Bangkok

Also known as Wat Phra Si Maha Umathewi or Wat Khaek, Sri Mariamman Temple is the primary Hindu temple in Bangkok. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, Lord Karthik and Uma Devi (Sri Mariamman), conducts a special pooja six times a day and celebrates all major Hindu festivals. Beautiful, colourful statues of Sri Mahalakshmi, Sri Saraswathi, Sri Kali, Lord Hanuman and the Nataraja can also be found here.


Mariamman Temple or Wat Phra Si Maha Umathewi


ENTRY FEE:- 1000 THB, 1500 THB, 2000 THB (depending on the match you watch)

OPENING HOURS:- Opening Closing Time: Tuesday, Friday: 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Saturday: 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

LOCATION:- Rama IV Road, Klong Toey, Bangkok

Lumpinee Boxing Stadium is an indoor sporting complex that is famous for its traditional Muay Thai boxing matches. The matches are held between Thai as well as foreign kick-boxers and are full of excitement and thrill, making it a great pastime for anyone who watches it.


Lumpinee Boxing Stadium


LOCATION:- Atsadang Road, Bangkok, Thailand

This Buddhist temple is located not too far from Wat Pho and the Grand Palace and was built during the reign of King Rama V. The temple hall and pagoda are decorated with five-colour ceramics, while the temple hall is inspired by Gothic design. The beautiful inlay work with mother-of-pearl that can be seen on the doors and windows is a striking feature of the temple. The chedi was built in Sri Lankan style with orange-coloured tiles, and a golden ball on the top.


Wat Ratchabophit


OPENING HOURS:- 9:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., Monday- Friday

LOCATION:- 273 Samsen Road, Bangkhunprom, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

Spend an afternoon exploring this fascinating museum that takes you on a journey through the monetary evolution in Thailand. Housed in the Bang Khun Prom Palace, the museum has 14 rooms containing the history of Thai currency. You will get to see glass beads, seeds and other forms of barter used as a medium of exchange, as well as a range of coins and bank notes, dating as far back as the 1st century. On display is also the first minting machine presented by Queen Victoria of Great Britain.

Bank of Thailand Museum


OPENING HOURS:- 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

LOCATION:- 273 Soi 43, Charoenkrung Road

Bangkok Folk Museum is housed in a building that dates back to the World War II period. The museum complex consists of 4 buildings in a garden, three of which are open to the public. The first one is the erstwhile home of the Suravadee family which was converted into a museum. It was made into a museum with the aim of preserving the history of Bangrak district and the traditions and customs of early Bangkok.
The displays at this museum depict the life and times of early Bangkok. The collection includes antiques and traditional household items. In fact, efforts have been made to preserve the house in its original form with the closets, porcelain basins, beds, et al. positioned like they originally were.

Bangkok Folk Museum


OPENING HOURS:- 8.30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

LOCATION:- Phra Sumen Road | Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakho, Bangkok, Thailand

Wat Bowon, as it is called for short, is an important Buddhist temple in Bangkok’s Phra Nakhon district where many kings including the present one spent time for training and ordination. The history of the temple began in 1836, when the first abbot, Prince Mongkut arrived here and underwent training to attain monkhood. During the reign of King Rama VI in 1923, Wat Rangsi Sutthawat and Wat Bowon were combined into one temple. The golden stupa at the shrine has the relics and ashes of the Thai royal family. One of the main attractions here is the green stone Buddha from the Dvaravati period that lasted from the 6th to the 13th century.


Wat Bowonniwet Vihara or Wat Bowon


LOCATION:- Silom Road, Bangkok

Located on Silom Road, State Tower is a skyscraper that forms an important part of the Bangkok skyline. Boasting of 68 floors, the Tower is 247 metres tall which makes it the third highest building in Thailand. The State Tower is home to several offices, apartments, condos and retail stores. The star attraction is, however, the 5 Star hotel called lebua which offers the ultimate in luxury and extravagance. An interesting fact is that lebua at State Tower is home to the highest open-air restaurant in the world.

State Tower


LOCATION:- Chao Phraya River, 20 kilometres north of Bangkok

Koh Kred is a small man-made island situated in the middle of the Chao Phraya River and offers a wonderful escape from the busy city life. Home to the old Mon community of Thailand, Koh Kred is particularly famous for Mon pottery. The handcrafted pottery items are things of beauty and make for really unique souvenirs. Discover the old world charm of the riverside houses, know all about the life and traditions of the Mons and get acquainted with their pottery skills.

Koh Kred


OPENING HOURS:- 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

LOCATION:- Siriphong Rd., Phra Nakhon, Near Wat Sutat, Bangkok

A beautiful public park with many fountains and neo-classical buildings, Romaneenart Park is also known as Suan Rommaninat Park. It is a peaceful spot right in the middle of the pulsating city. Situated close to Little India and Chinatown, the lush green park is a great place to stop by for some relaxation while you are on a city tour of Bangkok. The Park is also often referred to as the Old Prison as it has been built on the site of the old city jail. Some activities that can be enjoyed here are soccer, basketball, skating, Tai chi and Yoga, to name a few.


Romaneenart Park


ENTRY FEE:- 1000 THB per person

OPENING HOURS:- Tuesday – Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Entry by appointment only)

LOCATION:- 9 Krung Thep Kreetha Road, Soi 4, Bang Kapi, Bangkok

Be prepared to be greeted by something unique as you enter the Prasart Museum. Replicas of some of the most prominent Thai palaces, houses and royal residences, including the Red Palace, have found a place here. Some of the Thai structures that are the inspiration behind this museum even date back to the Ayutthaya period. Artefacts, antique furniture, ancient books and manuscripts from the Ayutthaya and early Rattanakosin periods are also on display here. The place is a must visit for its deep connect with the history and antiquity of Thailand and for the serenity it exudes.

The Prasart Museum



OPENING HOURS:- 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

LOCATION:- Thanon Charoen Krung, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200

Originally part of a royal palace, Saranrom Park is a public park today and is well worth a visit. The Park has ponds, a cherub fountain and a Chinese pagoda that add to the beauty of it. In addition to this, the south-end of the park has an intricate marble monument in memory of King Rama V's wife Queen Sunanda. A stroll in Saranrom Park promises to be a welcome break from the fast-paced city life.

Saranrom Park


LOCATION:- Old City, Ayutthaya, Bangkok

Wat Mongkonbophit houses an image of the Buddha which draws millions of tourists and locals to this Wat. With a height of 12.45 metres and measuring 9.55 metres at its widest point, the bronze Buddha image is one of the largest in Thailand. The Buddha is seated in the position of subduing Mara, the demon of desire and death.


Wat Mongkonbophit


ENTRY FEE:- Starting from 1000 THB per person

LOCATION:- Maharaj Pier, Chao Phraya, Bangkok

Phra Siratana Chedi is part of the complex which is also home to the Grand Palace and The Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Built in the 19th century, this Sri Lankan style golden stupa is said to house the ashes of the Buddha and is worshipped by people from all across the globe. It is a good idea to combine visits to Wat Suthat, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Grand Palace and Wat Pho when planning one to Phra Siratana Chedi.

Phra Siratana Chedi


ENTRY FEE:- Drop-in fee: 600 THB

OPENING HOURS:- 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., All Days

LOCATION:- 348/2 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110

Bangkok has something for everyone and lovers of sports will especially find a number of things to keep themselves busy. Enhance your athletic skills at the CrossFit Academy in Bangkok. The first CrossFit affiliate in Bangkok, The institute aims at improving your levels of strength, endurance and fitness to ensure high performance.

CrossFit Bangkok (CFBK)


ENTRY FEE:- Entrance Fee: Bikes are available on rent at 50 THB/half day and 100 THB/full day.

LOCATION:- Bang Krasop, Old City, Bangkok, Thailand

A small island across the Chao Phraya River, Bang Krachao is often referred to as the ‘Lung of Bangkok’. It is a must visit for its beautiful, untouched mangroves and orchids. A biking tour of the area is the best way to explore the green scenery. In fact, it is one of the most popular cycling places in Bangkok. If you’re looking for a break from the chaotic city life, Bang Krachao is the ideal retreat for you.


Bang Krachao


OPENING HOURS:- 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

LOCATION:- Between Ratchawithi Road and Rang - Nam Road, Ratchathewi District, Bangkok 10400

Santiphap Park was named after its opening date which coincided with the end of the Second World War. The focal point of the park is its pond and the bronze sculpture situated in it is the main highlight. Symbolic of peace, the sculpture depicts a dove carrying an olive branch with five blossoms in its beak.

Santiphap Park (Park of Peace)


LOCATION:- 9/8 Rama 9 Road | 7th Floor, Central Plaza Grand Rama 9, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

The Rink Ice Arena is one of the most popular ice skating venues in Bangkok and the first of its kind in Thailand. Whether you are a beginner or someone looking for professional tips, there is a range of courses available at the arena.

The Rink Ice Arena


An impressive display of brawn, passion and drama, the famous combat sport of Thailand, Muay Thai boxing is a must-watch. A combination of boxing and martial arts, one can also opt for brief training sessions in Muay Thai for a truly adventurous holiday experience.
If that doesn’t satisfy the adventurer in you, Master Toddy's Muay Thai Academy offers training in the Muay Thai, Western Boxing and more. You can enrol yourself for one of the many certificate courses available.

  • Rajadamnern Stadium

Location: Rajadamnern Nok Rd.
Pompab Satroo pai
Bangkok 10200 Thailand
Phone: 66 (0) 2281 4205, 66 (0) 2280 1084

  • Yokkao Training Centre 

Location: No: 190-190/1 Soi Sukhumvit 16, Klongtoei,
Klongtoei, Bangkok, Thailand 10110 
Phone: +66 2 708 1380 

  • Master Toddy’s Muay Thai Academy 

Location: Academy Headquarters – 55/103-109 Sukhumvit 107 – Soi 22, Bearing, Bangkok 10270, Thailand
Phone: +66 95 2363 105 

Muay Thai Boxing


Bangkok is also home to excellent golf clubs and is increasingly becoming an international hub of golfing activities. These offer exceptional amenities and scenic courses and are built to world-class standards.
Some of the golfing hubs in Bangkok include:

  • Navantee Golf Course

Location: 22 Navatanee Road Ramintra Kannayao, 10230, Thailand
Phone: 02-3761034

  • Royal Bangkok Sports Club 

Location: 1 Thanon Henri Dunant, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Phone: +66 2 652 5000



Although a trip to Bangkok is full of fun and you’d be on the go most of the time exploring this fascinating city, there’s always time to relax and pamper yourself. No trip to Bangkok is complete without a traditional Thai massage and an invigorating spa treatment.
Traditional Thai massages are a combination of yoga, aromatherapy and Chinese medicine and you’re sure to feel highly rejuvenated after a session. There are a number places where one can get spa treatments and these include both budget and luxury options. There are also a wide variety of resorts that are spa-centric so that you can take advantage of spa services at your own convenience.
A suggestion; go for a massage and spa towards the end of your trip to revive and rejuvenate after days of shopping and sightseeing.

  • Health Land Spa

Location: 120 North Sathorn Rd. Silom, Bangrak Bangkok 10500  
Phone: +66 (0) 2637 8883 

  • So Thai Spa

Location: 269 Sukhumvit Soi 31, Bangkok, 10110 


Spa Therapy


Although most activities in Bangkok can be enjoyed with your significant other, couples seeking romantic getaways from the hustle and bustle of the city can go for a dinner cruise on the Chao Phraya River. The extravagant Chao Phraya Cruise promises a truly memorable experience. You can enjoy views of the magnificent scenery along with incredible food and music as you cruise in the evening. The gorgeous art decor on the cruise will truly amaze you. The cruise passes a number of attractions that include Temple of Dawn, the Temple of Emerald Buddha, Krungthon Bridge, Bang Khunprom Palace, and Kanlayanamitr Temple. Look forward to relish an international buffet spread with a live music band in the perfect setting. Don’t forget to carry your camera for night photography.

  • Royal Chaophraya Princess

Location: River City Pier, Si Phraya (Soi Charoenkrung 30)
Phone: (66) 0-2860-3700

  • The Chaophraya Cruises

Location: Samsen-nork, Huaykwang, 490 Pradit Manutham Road, Phlabphla, Wang Thonglang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand 
Phone: +66 2 541 5599 

Chao Phraya River Cruise


Thai cuisine is one of the most popular, delicious and creative cuisines all over the world. And what could be better than learning how to cook some mouth-watering, aromatic Thai dishes?
One can enroll for Thai cooking classes while on a trip to Bangkok. These classes are conducted on per day basis, so you can take any number of classes depending on your convenience and the amount of time you have.
Before the classes begin, participants are taken to the local markets to shop for groceries and ingredients to be used while preparing the food. Thai cooking classes are some of the most unique experiences offered in Thailand and are a must-do for all cooking enthusiasts.
Some of the places where cooking classes are offered include:

  • Blue Elephant Cooking School and Restaurant

Location: 233 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 673 9353

  • Baipai Thai Cooking School

Location: 150/12 Soi Naksuwan, Nonsee Road, Chongnonsi, Yannawa, Bangkok
Phone: +66 (0) 22949029

  • Sompong Original Thai Cooking School

Location: 31/11 Silom Soi 13, Silom Road, Bangrak Bangkok 10500
Phone: +66 8-4779-8066 or +662-233-2128


Thai Cooking Classes


Explore Bangkok and its environs as you embark on a specialised guided tour. Whether you are travelling within Bangkok or exploring the hidden sights of Central Thailand, with Bangkok Day Tours you can do all this and more. There is a wide selection of tours to choose from depending on your interests such as, MBK & Suan Lum Night Bazaar Shopping Tour, Floating Market & Elephant Ride & Rose Garden, Bangkok Temples and Canals Tour, Safari World Tour, Klong Mahasawat Agro Tour, Bangkok Weekend Floating Market Tour, Bangkok Palaces & Mansions Tour, Koh Kret Mon Pottery Tour, and more. The price for each tour varies so check with the service provider before booking. 

  • Bangkok Best Travel

Location:  Soi Prachom Surayawong Rd Bangrak, 10500, Thailand 
Phone: +66 86 903 2963 

  • Bangkok Day Tours

Location: 431 Krungthonburi Rd Bangkok 10600, Thailand 
Phone: +66 81 810 8597 

Bangkok Day Tours


ENTRY FEE:- 450 baht for 100cc kids kart, 550 baht for 160cc kart and 850 baht for 270cc

LOCATION:- Location: 31//11 RCA Plaza, 2nd Floor, Rama 9 Road, Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10320, Thailand Phone: +66 2 203

Get ready for an exhilarating experience as you head to the largest indoor go-karting track in Bangkok, located on Royal City Avenue (RCA). There are different kinds of karts available here for people of all age groups, starting with a 100 cc engine for children to a 270 cc engine for the experienced drivers.
Race with your friends and have your lap time recorded electronically and displayed on an overhead screen. There is also a viewing deck for friends and family to cheer you on.

Go-Karting at RCA


LOCATION:- 45 Soi Pridi Banomyong 26, Soi Sukhumvit 71, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

What better way to explore the beautiful capital of Thailand and its hidden gems than on a bike tour with SpiceRoads Cycle Tours. With short tours including half-day tours of China Town and rural suburbs of Bangkok, to full-day tours to surrounding areas of Bangkok, such as the floating markets and the local countryside; SpiceRoads has a range of tours to meet your needs.


SpiceRoads Cycle Tours - Day Tours


PHONE NUMBER:- +66 2 280 0832

LOCATION:- 57 Ratchadamnoen Klang Rd | Chana Songkram, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

Get set to explore Bangkok and the surrounding areas with Grasshopper Adventures’ cycling tours. You have the option of a half-day morning tour to historic Bangkok, a night tour to the renowned temples of central Bangkok, a tour to the hidden countryside, as well as trips that take you out of the city to the coast and floating markets. On all trips there is an accompanied guide who is well informed about the localities and will ensure that you enjoy your tour to the fullest. Grasshopper Adventures organizes trips for large groups as well, the biggest so far being 42 people.

Grasshopper Adventures - Cycling Tours


PHONE NUMBER:- +66 82 494 1179

OPENING HOURS:- 119/875 Moo 5, Soi Amarinnivej 3/4, Saimai Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Take a day off from the sightseeing and head to downtown Bangkok to test your shooting ability at the Bangkok Shooting Range. The range can accommodate more than 20 people at one time and there is technical support to assist you, so don’t worry if you are a first timer. Learn how to handles guns and shoot on target. If you are a skilled shooter looking to improve on your shooting technique, there is a well-trained officer to give you some quick tips.


Bangkok Shooting Range


PHONE NUMBER:- +66 2 255 9552

LOCATION:- Street 23rd floor, Vanissa Bldg, 29 Soi Chitlom

Learn yoga in this impressive studio with beautiful views overlooking the city of Bangkok. Offering professional training and diverse body-mind workshops, you are sure to experience relaxation at the end of the session.


Yoga Elements Studio


PHONE NUMBER:- +66 95 943 9222

LOCATION:- Chamchuri Square Unit 227, 2nd Floor PhayaThai Rd. Prathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand

Experience the real taste of Bangkok, often dubbed as the “food capital of the world”, as you embark on a culinary adventure. Venture through some of Bangkok’s tastiest neighbourhoods and learn about Thai cuisine, culture and local history. On these tours the guides will unveil stories centred around famous restaurants and their popular dishes. All tours include food-tastings, from Thai and other local eateries, popular food stalls, and historic fine dining restaurants.

Bangkok Food Tours

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