Great temples with national treasures. Night streets with hustle and bustle. Markets with a variety of goods. Bangkok will make you get lost if this is the first time you have set foot on here. So if you want to know where to visit in this city, look at 7 most attractive destinations in Bangkok I will show you below.
Grand PalaceThe top tourist spot of Bangkok could be nowhere else but Grand Palace. Inside the campus of the palace is the complex of gold-plated temples.
|The overview of Grand Palace - The number one tourist spot in Bangkok|
Wat PhoLocated right next to Grand Palace, Wat Pho is also one of the most famous temples in the capital city of Thailand. Well-known for the gold-plated reclining Buddha with the length of 46m, the height of 15m, it is regarded as the biggest and most ancient temple in Bangkok. This temple was built nearly 200 years ago (before Bangkok became the capital city).
|The gold-plated reclining Buddha in Wat Pho, Bangkok|
Khao San RoadThis Western Town is bustling and vibrant, being an appealing destination for youngsters. Backpackers around the world flock here to be happy with beer, new friends, music and street food in Bangkok. The concept of time seems not to exist in this area.
|Khao San Road is always bustling|
Pak Klong TaladUnlike noisy night markets selling food or souvenirs, Pak Klong Talad is a special market area specializing in fresh flower. It is situated in Chak Phet Street, near Saphan Phut (Memorial Bridge) in Bangkok. Dubbed the largest flower market in this city, Pak Klong Talad is really a must-see place for those who love fresh flower and bonsai. Coming here, you can find a variety of flowers: rose, lily, orchid, gerbera, tulip,...
|Pak Klong Talad is similar to a paradise of flowers|
Chatuchak weekend marketBangkok is renowned for not only luxury shopping malls but also paradises to buying good quality items with low price. Chatuchak is one of such areas. You can seek all types of goods in Chatuchak from clothes, food, and furniture to cosmetics... It is said to be the world's largest weekend market.
|Chatuchak - The world's largest weekend market|
Chao Phraya River
|The brilliant beauty of Chao Phraya River|
Wat ArunLying on the bank of Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun is a destination that you shouldn't miss in Bangkok. One of the most outstanding features of the temple is the reflection of first light in the morning with pearly iridescence.
|The magnificence of Wat Run at night - The symbol of Thai tourism|
Above destinations are famous landmarks in Bangkok which attract both Thais and international tourists. Don't forget to visit all of them if you have enough time. Enjoy your trip with such beautiful places!