10 Places to Visit in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the most popular cities among tourists in the entire world. It is one city that has a bit of everything from an ancient culture, lip-smacking food, endless shopping, raging nightlife and a lot of other places to visit. So, deciding on which places to visit while in Bangkok might turn out to be quite a daunting task, but fret not, because here is a list ten must visit places while you are in Bangkok:
1- The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace is an architectural marvel located right in the middle of Bangkok city. For years it had been the official residence of the Kings of Siam, and now it serves as a tourist hotspot. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is one of the must-see structures inside the palace complex.
2- China Town The current Chinatown in Bangkok was created by Chinese immigrants around 200 years ago when they were cleared out from their previous localities to build the Grand Palace. It is a place of mouth-watering street food, especially Yaowarat Road, which is popular among both the locals and the tourists.
3- Wat Pho Wat Pho is a Buddhist temple that is home to the famous reclining Buddha idol. It houses one of the largest collections of Buddhist images from around the world and is one of the most famous Buddhist temples in the world. Built by King Rama I, this temple will leave you in wondrous awe the moment you enter it.
4- Chatuchak Weekend Market The Chatuchak market is spread across an area of 35 acres, if that does not give you an idea of how large the place is then you have to see it for yourself. You can get just about any merchandise that you can think of from the over 8, 000 stalls present in the market.
5- Khao San Road The Khao San Road is a little more than a small street located near the Grand Palace. It is also known as the ‘Backpackers Lane’ for the number of cheap accommodations it offers. It is also a place filled with vendors selling various touristy stuff.
6- The National Museum and Wang Na Palace The National Museum is housed inside the grounds of the famed Wang Na Palace. It is the largest museum in all of Southeast Asia and houses the biggest collection of Thai artifacts and art in the entire world.
7- The Golden Buddha Temple Perhaps the most popular Buddhist temple after Bodh Gaya, the Golden Buddha temple houses a Buddha statue cast entirely in gold. The statue weighs a massive 5.5 tons and is just a marvelous sight to behold.
8- DamnoenSaduak Floating Marketing The market is located about 100 km south of Bangkok, but it is definitely worth the trip. The experience of buying food and various other merchandise from vendors on boats is such a unique experience that is not to be missed.
9- Terminal 21 Terminal 21 is a multi-story commercial building complex that houses a cinema, a large shopping mall, and various other commercial establishments. It is a true haven for some quality 21st-century entertainment.
10- Jim Thompson House The Jim Thompson House is a museum that is located in Central Bangkok. It houses the art collection of the famous businessman Jim Thompson, who was also the former owner of the house.Bangkok is a wonderful place. Visit any of the nearest Payworld retailers and let the retailer make all the air and hotel bookings for you.
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