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Things to Do In Bangkok

Here are some special attractions in Bangkok:
  • Go on a cruise on the Chao Phraya River and see Bangkok from a different perspective.
  • Take a ride on the ubiquitous tuk tuks of Bangkok, feel their boom-boom sound and weave your way through Bangkok traffic.
  • Snack on Bangkok’s favorite, Pad Thai. Visit one of the floating markets early in the morning through the canal system to understand why Bangkok is dubbed as the ‘Venice of the East’.
  • Step on Khao San road at night, one of the most popular tourist roads in the world.
  • Head to Silom and Sukhimvit for a sizzling nightlife experience.
  • Walk in the old city and see the glittering Bangkok temples - They are very important tourist attractions in Bangkok.
  • Shop in one of the many large shopping malls in the downtown area. This is one of the special aspects of Bangkok tourism.
  • Climb up Wat Arun and see the sun rise over Bangkok’s riverside.
  • Indulge in a traditional Thai massage and have a relaxing holiday. A traditional Thai massage is usually a part of many Bangkok packages.
  • Watch Muay Thai boxers prepare for a duel at the Ratchadamnoen Stadium.
  • Soak in Bangkok’s night view over a cocktail from Sky Bar on the 63rd floor of Lebuah Towers. The famous Hollywood movie 'Hangover 2' movie was shot here.
  • Dine inside the Oriental Hotel, one of Bangkok’s luxurious hotels and watch the riverside life go by.
  • Watch a 4D movie in of Bangkok’s top theaters.
  • Groove to the beats at Levels Club & Lounge and Grease Nightclub in Sukhumvit.
  • Do bargain shopping, eat local food at the night markets of Khao San, Patpong and Sukhumvit.
Here are some special attractions in Bangkok:
  • Go on a cruise on the Chao Phraya River and see Bangkok from a different perspective.
  • Take a ride on the ubiqu...

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