- Lumpini Park
- Wat Prasri Maha Umathewee (Wat Khaek)
- Erawan Shrine
- Health Land and Spa Sathorn
- Jim Thompson House
- Blue Elephant Bangkok Cooking School
- Silom Complex Shopping Center
- Central World Shopping Center
- Platinum Shopping Mall
- Asiatique the Riverfront
- Patpong Night Market
- The Grand Palace
- Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)
- MBK Shopping Center
- Khaosan Road
- Wat Phra Keaw (Temple of the Emerald Buddha)
- Silom Road
City Name: Bangkok
Convenience Store: 0.12 MI/ 0.2 KM
Wat Po, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is the oldest and largest Thai Buddhist Temple in Bangkok. Originating in the 16th century, it houses the largest reclining Buddha statue in Thailand as well as the greatest number of Buddha images. Wat Po is also the centre for traditional Thai medicine and a learning centre for Thai massage.
The market of all markets, Chatuchak Weekend Market is the ultimate outdoor shopping experience. You will be amazed by its sprawling size, but perhaps even more so by the unbelievable variety of wares. Stumble across anything from vinyl records, beads, suits of armor to a live seahorse. You can commute from Chong Nonsi BTS sky train to Mochit BTS sky train station in only 20 minutes.
Don't Go Home Without
While visiting Bangkok, Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple are destinations that cannot be missed. These two destinations are located in the Bangkok Old Town. If you are here for shopping, you simply cannot go home without visiting Silom night street, King Mahanakhon, IconSiam and Asiatique Riverfront. All these shopping venues are conveniently connected by BTS and MRT stations.
One of the best ways to travel around Bangkok is commuting BTS Sky train and MRT Subway systems which conveniently connecting all major shopping, dining, entertainment and business areas of the city. Get yourself a one day pass for unlimited travel within the duration of a single day or one week pass at a fraction of your travel cost.