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10 Things to Do During Bangkok's Rainy Days – Weather won't stop the fun!

Bangkok is a place with plenty to do and rain won't stop you from enjoying the many delights the city has to offer. Here are the top 10 things to do when it rains in Bangkok.

1

Visit SEA LIFE Ocean World

Situated beneath the Siam Paragon mall the SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World is an underground aquarium which is equivalent to 3 Olympic pools in size. It is one of the largest underground aquariums in Southeast Asia and showcases more than 30,000 aquatic creatures from all over the world. Spending a few hours here is both educational and exciting!

2

Have some cake!

If you're a person who likes to enjoy a slice of cake and sip a nice warm cup of tea during rainy weather then Bangkok has got you covered. The streets of Bangkok are lined with lots of cake shops which offer both local delicacies and fan favourites cakes to satisfy your sweet tooth.

3

Central World

The central world, a mega mall located near the Siam and Chit Lom BTS stations is Bangkok's biggest shopping mall. From the latest in fashion to stylish furniture to latest gadgets, the choices are endless! With a kid's area, an ice-skating rink and cinema complex with 15 screens you wouldn't even feel the time passing you by.

4

Terminal 21

While Bangkok is a paradise for shoppers and there's plenty of malls to choose from, Terminal 21 offers a fascinating experience to its shoppers: each floor is designed after a famous capital city in the world. While San Francisco's Golden Gates, the romantic boulevards of Paris and lantern-lit streets of Tokyo are some of main attractions and influences of other cities like Rome, London and Istanbul can be also seen.

5

Paradise Museum

Located at the Esplanade Shopping Mall, Art in Paradise is an interactive 3D Museum which is known by the locals as the 3D Museum or the Trickeye Museum. The paintings are so well done that you'll feel that you are part of the painting.

6

BACC Gallery

The Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre (BACC) is a circular building with paintings, sculptures and various creative art forms lining the outer walls of its winding stairway depicting the art landscape of Thailand.

7

EasyKart

Located at the RCA Plaza close to Adelphi Forty-Nine and some of the best serviced apartments in Bangkok, the EasyKart go-kart track is a high-speed blood pumping experience that both young and old can enjoy. There is also a viewing area with sofas and a pool table for people who can't handle the adrenaline rush of being behind the wheel.

8

Fly a Plane

The Flight experience Bangkok is a flight simulator designed so realistically that it is often used in movies and TV shows. While it's not the cheapest thing to do (a 30-minute simulation will cost about 4550 baht and a 60-minute simulation will cost about 6900 baht) it's the ideal gift to give any aviation enthusiast.

9

Take cooking classes

Food is a key part of Thailand, as of such cookery classes are very popular and can be found all over Thailand. Some of the classes let you experience the entire process of cooking a meal- from visiting the market to buy ingredients to preparing the food and finally enjoying the final outcome of the hard work.

10

Treat yourself to a spa

Not treating yourself to a therapeutic massage when you visit Thailand would be the same as visiting Paris and visiting the Eiffel tower! Massage parlours can be found on almost on every street and are offered at all high-end hotels for half the price you'll pay anywhere else.

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