Bangkok is a developing city, but is also a nature haven. Never miss out on the nature tripping activities that this city offer
Go to the temples. Go to the museums. Go anywhere your feet you, and care to get to know the Thai culture that is home in Bangkok.
Food is the way to anyone’s heart, and so let Bangkok into yours. Thai cuisine is one of the tastiest in the world so go ahead and eat!
There are places in Bangkok that offers lessons in Thai Cuisine, so take advantage of the situation and be your inner chef!
The road tour is overrated. Why don’t you try touring Bangkok on one of their very colorful boats or Khlongs?
Bangkok offers people the experience of the Thai lifestyle and culture with the structures and food that are around. Take advantage of your time in Bangkok and visit these places for an enriching experience.
Bangkok’s most famous landmark was once the former home of the King and his court and also an administrative seat of government. It’s dazzling splendor and beautiful architecture is a wondrous sight.
Buddhist temples in Thailand are known as wat and Wat Arun a stunning temple is named after Aruna, the Indian God of Dawn. Also known as the Temple of Dawn, its riverside location and beautiful gardens make it a must see.
Located in the center of Bangkok on the grounds of the Grand Palace is one of the most important Buddhist temples, Wat Phra Kaew. It enshrines Phra Kaew Morakot or the Emerald Buddha which is 2 feet tall and carved from a single block of jade.
A haven for city dwellers, Lumpini Park offers plenty in activities from tai chi to beautiful surroundings and even vendors selling Bangkok cuisine. Named after the birthplace of Lord Buddha of Nepal the park is the biggest in Bangkok.
The largest golden Buddha can be found in the Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit). More than three meters high an weighing five and a half tons it was accidentally discovered in the 1950’s. It’s said to be 800 years old.