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5 Best Places to Visit in Bangkok – Plan an unforgettable holiday

Bangkok, Thailand, will never cease to amaze travellers of all likes, budgets, and interests as it is a city teeming with interesting things to do and see. Here are a few places to visit in Bangkok!


Wat Arun

Bangkok is home to numerous shining temples, and Wat Arun, commonly known as the 'Temple of the Dawn', is one of the popular ones. This stunning temple is located roughly thirty minutes from Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, a popularly known hotel in Siam, Bangkok. The temple is most stunning during the sunset; therefore, if you're looking to capture stunning images, during sunset is the time to do so! The name of the temple originated from Hindu God Aruna and holds a very special place amongst the locals in Thailand. The entry fee is 100 Baht per person and the temple is open from 8:30 am till 5:30 pm.


Grand Palace

Want a glimpse into Thai Royalty? Then there's no better place than the popular Grand Palace, located in the very heart of the city! Your trip to Thailand is incomplete if you do not stop by to witness the past residence of King Rama of the Rattanakosin Kingdom. You can enjoy one of the enriching tours, ideal for all types of travellers, and even more so for those who are interested in the Royal history behind Thailand. You can also awe at the grandeur of the 'Temple of the Emerald Buddha'.


Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak weekend market, which runs from Friday to Sunday, is ideal for all types of travellers. Trendy clothing stalls, souvenir shops, food stalls and much more, this destination is one you should not miss out on when in Thailand. In fact, Chatuchak is the largest market in Asia, therefore, finding your way through it can be a little confusing. Here, you can find various pieces of art, clothing, jewellery, accessories, and much more. On Sundays, the market is open all day from 9 am to 6 pm, with some stalls staying open till much later. The best time to go shopping is in the morning, when the market first opens, as many of the shopkeepers believe that the first sale of the day brings good luck! You can also put your bargaining skills to the test at the market.


Chao Phraya River

The best way to appreciate and get a full look at Bangkok and its buildings is by going on a dinner cruise along the Chao Phraya River. This river has a number of memorable experiences in store for you, and with the picturesque beauty of the city acting as the backdrop, this is the perfect location for some romantic and intimate time off. Between December to February is the best time to visit, as winter in Thailand is quite pleasant.


Lumpini Park

For some time off, head to Lumpini Park. Bask in the tranquillity and fresh breeze that surrounds you! Lumpini Park is the ideal escape from the busy city, home to various flora, fauna and interesting activities.