A 7-minute walk from the nearest BTS station, this high-rise, modern hotel is 4 km from the Pratunam Market, and 9 km from the golden reclining Buddha at the landmark Wat Pho.
Thanon Na Phra Lan, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakorn, Bangkok
The attraction is located near Sanam Luang. A sacred symbol of the Rattanakosin, or Bangkok, Dynasty and the most important temple in the realm. It was built by King Rama I, the founder of the Chakri Dynasty, at the same time as the Grand Palace in 1782, when he established Bangkok as his capital, in order to serve as the palace chapel, in which traditional royal ceremonies would be conducted.
Giant Swing, Bamrung Muang Road, Bangkok 10200
The Giant Swing was originally constructed in 1784 in front of the Devasathan shrine by King Rama I. During the reign of Rama II the swing ceremony was discontinued as the swing had become structurally damaged by lightning. In 1920 it was renovated and moved to its current location in order to make space for a gas plant. The ceremony was again performed until 1935 when it was discontinued after several fatal accidents.
93,95 Sukhumvit 26,, Klongtan, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
A lovely stroll through weekends farmer's market can be interesting to put in your itinerary when you stay at Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit. Bangkok Farmer's Market comprises of all home made, organic products of various nature including a variety of cuisine selection, clothing, bath and body products and more. The Farmer's Market support local produces and strict policy that products on sale at the stalls are organic and pesticide-free. Opened every weekend from 10 am-5 pm at K Village.
Chatuchak Weekend Market (or Jatujak Market; Thai: ตลาดจตุจักร) is one of the world's largest weekend markets covers an area of 70 rai (27 Acres) altogether divided into 27 Sections, contains more than 15,000 booths selling goods from every part of Thailand.
Asiatique The Riverfront is a large open-air mall in Bangkok, Thailand. It is situated in the former docks of the East Asiatic Company and faces the Chao Phraya River and Charoen Krung Road.
Khaosan Road or Khao San Road is a short street in central Bangkok, Thailand. It is in the Banglamphu area of about 1 kilometre north of the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew.
Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok, Thailand, on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River.
The Jim Thompson House is now a museum in Bangkok. It is a complex of various old Thai structures that the American businessman Jim Thompson collected from all parts of Thailand in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Erawan Shrine is a Hindu shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, that houses a statue of Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of the Hindu creation god Brahma.
Siam Ocean World is an aquarium in Bangkok, Thailand, the largest in South East Asia. It covers approximately 10,000 square meters with hundreds of different species on display in exhibits totaling about 5,000,000 liters.
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is a contemporary arts centre in Bangkok, Thailand. Art, music, theatre, film, design and cultural/educational events take place in its exhibition and performance spaces
299 Soi Charoen Nakhon 5 Charoen, Nakhon Road Khlong Ton Sai, Khlong San, Bangkok, Bangkok 10600
ICONSIAM is the ultimate shopping destination on Bangkok River. The all-in-one complex, located on 50 rai (750,000 square metres) of the land on the bank of Chao Phraya River and the other 5-rai land across Charoen Nakhon Road, is a wonder to behold for those passionate in retail and development. It is divided into three main sections: the main ICONSIAM, the glamorous riverside ICONLUXE, and street facing side Siam Takashimaya.
Ratchada Train Market, also known as Talad Rot Fai Ratchada, is a night market in Bangkok. Talad Rot Fai Ratchada is located on Ratchadaphisek Rd, just behind Esplanade Shopping Mall. The night market is easily accessible as it's just next to MRT Metro Thai Cultural Center station.
Chinatown is one of Bangkok’s most vibrant, authentic and unchanged neighborhoods, although with the arrival of the MRT train line extension, things are changing, It is often referred to locally as Yaowarat – which is the name of the main street. Just a short hop from both the downtown business districts and the old-town Rattanakosin area, Chinatown is alive with opportunities to explore and discover a unique side to day-to-day life in Bangkok. With the sheer number of Thais of Chinese ancestry