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Top 7 Things to Do in Bangkok – The finishing touches to the best holiday ever

You've probably heard more than enough tales about Bangkok – and yes! It is everything and more. This is one destination where you will have no shortage of places to visit and things to do.


Stay at an Amazing Hotel

If you search online for the best Siam Hotel, Bangkok you'll come across hundreds of amazing locations, checkout Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel – it is definitely one of the best the city has to offer at an amazing price. But regardless of finding a great hotel for a great price in Bangkok is a piece of cake.


Watch Tiffany's Cabaret Show

Bangkok is known as a place of many vices, its red-light districts are famous across the world and Tiffany's Cabaret Show is one institution that has arisen in this city of pleasure. The cabaret is a palace of decadence and elegance and visited by most people who pass through Bangkok. The show was the first transvestite cabaret in South East Asia, be sure to check it out it's worth the experience at least.


Drop by Noong Nooch Village

This theme park is must visit when you're in Thailand. It's a great place to get a feel for the local traditions and culture and gain an appreciation for how beautiful and rich the history and tradition of this nation really are. The gardens and Noong Nooch Village are beautifully kept – making a walk through this park therapeutic on its own. Some of the cultural shows you can watch here include Thai Boxing matches and Elephant 'dances'.


Explore Tha Kha Floating Market

How could you visit Bangkok but not visit one of its famous floating markets? Tha Kha floating market is one of the best to visit as it attracts both locals and tourists helping the market retain its authenticity. The produce here is super-fresh and the food is amazing. The vibe is very chilled-out and makes for a great way to spend an evening. The market is only open on weekends from 6 am to 12 pm.


Relax at Jomtien Beach

When you're in Thailand wear light comfortable clothes it'll help with the weather – you are here for the tropical sun after all right? Well talking about the sun, how can you not spend most of your Bangkok holiday by the beach? You must! Head down Jomtien beach is beautiful and if you're not in the mood for 'chillin' there are plenty of water sports to get your blood pumping.


Visit the Grand Palace

The Grand Palace in Bangkok is simply stunning – you could ogle at the architecture all day long or just walk through the palaces beautiful gardens just enjoying the calm serenity all around. When you visit the Palace be sure to visit the Jade Buddha statue also.


Pray at Wat Arun

Climb the Wat Arun in the evening to watch the sunset over the Chao Phraya River – it is truly a rewarding sight. But if you're not in the mood for a workout just visit the site around sunset at least – it's quite stunning.