Tourist Attractions In Bangkok

Bangkok, the largest city in Thailand, is a unique mix of tradition with cosmopolitan pleasures. It is also one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Asia. There are many tourist attractions in this city including the glitzy shopping malls, the vibrant nightlife, the imposing royal residences and the beautiful wildlife. We have compiled a list of tourist attractions in Bangkok which you should never miss.

Top Tourist Attractions In Bangkok

Ocean World

Siam Paragon is a very famous shopping mall in Bangkok and it houses the very popular, Siam Ocean World. It is regarded as the longest underwater tunnel in the country which allows you to see some 30,000 species from the ocean.



Ocean World

The aquarium is a very popular attraction and it has as many as seven exhibits. Tourist will enjoy a lot here as they get an opportunity to feed the creatures or even take a swim in the middle of all these creatures.



Vimanek Mansion

This is the former residence of the Thai kings but nowadays it is mainly used for banquets and state receptions.

Vimanek Mansion

The mansion is very beautiful and it has a huge number of 19th century artwork and photographs that belong to the ‘late king of Thailand.’



Lumpini Park

It is one of the most visited outdoor attractions in Bangkok and a great place to spend an entire day. Here in Lumpini Park you can jog, rent a bike, learn Thai or simply have a picnic.

Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park hosts a number of music and art shows and the whole area is surrounded by a number of lakes.


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Bangkok National Museum

If you want to know more about Thailand and its cultural side then you must visit the Bangkok National Museum. It is a huge structure that has some of the very best private collections of the Royals and several exhibits that gives a deep insight into the social and political roots of the country.

Bangkok National Museum

Bangkok National Museum is the largest museum in the country and a very comprehensive one too. So it will be a real shame if you miss this one.

The Klongs

People of Bangkok simply love the water canals. The Klongs actually depicts the life of a Thai who had to use the canals for a variety of reasons like bathing, swimming and laundry. Usually the Thai people feed on the snakes and fish that are found in plenty in these canals. There are many floating shops here and you can buy directly from the boats. Bargaining is widely practiced here and you need to use your skills intelligently.

Wat Pho

Wat Pho

The statue of Reclining Buddha is inside the Temple Wat Pho. The Reclining Buddha is a unique statue as he is depicted as lying down and watching the visitors with a contented expression on the face. Wat Pho is the oldest temple in the country and also the first university. If you can devote some time then you will be taught the intricate techniques of the world renowned Thai massage.

The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace was built in the 18th century and it is the home of the Thai Royalty. This is also the most photographed attraction in Bangkok. However, there are a lot of touts near the entrance of the Grand Palace who will try to convince you that the attraction is closed for the day and will try to cajole you to go the Gem Factory. Well, avoid them as far as you can and you will have an enjoyable stay in Bangkok.




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