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6 Top Tourist Attractions in Bangkok - Must visit attractions!

Bangkok is a city that has so much to offer you – from magnificent temples to grand palaces, floating and street markets to so much more! Here are a few places you cannot miss out on when in Bangkok.


Grand Palace and the Wat Phra Kaew

Bangkok's Grand Palace continues to draw visitors from all over the world. The amazing architecture and exquisite craftsmanship on display here are absolutely stunning. The Emerald Buddha, on the other hand, is a renowned statue of Lord Buddha sculpted out of an emerald block that is housed in Wat Phra Kaew. Make sure to book accommodation centrally, so that you can head to these tourist places easily, without much hassle trying to find transport. For instance, you can check out a centrally located Bangkok hotel; 5 star luxury hotels the likes of Pathumwan Princess Hotel would be one such example.


Dinner cruise

When you're in Bangkok, you can't pass up the chance to go on a dinner cruise. Over the seas, teak wood boats and yachts provide wonderful experiences. You can choose between a conventional boat and a luxurious boat; it is all up to you. While eating wonderful Thai food, you can gaze at the gorgeous and amazing Bangkok skyline. A shadow of Bangkok's most magnificent temples may also be seen. The river and its surroundings provide spectacular views. That is why Bangkok's riverfront eateries are so popular.


Khlong Tour

You need to do this tour if you want to get exposed to Bangkok's local lifestyle, which is very interesting. This trip will take you across Bangkok's canals, where you will see firsthand the locals who live along the city's waterways. This is a once-in-a-lifetime journey that you will not find anywhere else on the planet.


Wat Arun

This is another Bangkok temple that is respected by the people. Another well-known location in Southeast Asia is this magnificent skyscraper. It was built and founded in the nineteenth century, and the stupa here is inspired by the Khmer empire in terms of architecture. It is spectacular, and one must see it to appreciate the grandeur.


Chinatown Market

The Chinatown is a place where you can savour a variety of delectable Chinese foods while also enjoying a fantastic shopping experience. Everything is fairly priced, and this is among the most exciting places in Bangkok. You will get a firsthand look at the vibrant and colourful Chinese culture of the region.


Asiatique: The Riverfront

If you are seeking the finest shopping experience in Bangkok, Asiatique is the place to go. Are you curious as to why? This location has skillfully combined two distinct shopping experiences into one. This location serves as both a mall as well as a night market, allowing you to enjoy the best of both worlds. It is open from 5 p.m. until midnight and has around 1500 boutique businesses and over 40 eateries. So, if you are searching for a fun nighttime pastime, head over there for the best experience.