The Best Things To Do In Bangkok

| May 20, 2021

Thailand’s capital has no shortage of attractions no matter what you like to do. The stunning temples, impressive palaces, markets, casinos and shopping malls, Bangkok attractions are plentiful. To help you easily organise your visit, here are the must-see attractions in Bangkok!


Bangkok: The New El Dorado of Casinos!

All over the country, casino games are still popular. Bangkok’s casinos are the best places to experience the city’s entertaining nightlife. When it comes to name a few, Sukhumvit, Silom, and Khao San Road are the most unforgettable ones. Casino hotels also offer an incredible array of other factors, be it the price, style, service, popularity or liveliness of these attractive casinos. The Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, the Silom and many other hotel casinos welcome foreign tourists in a wonderful way for an incredible gaming experience. If you’re traveling to this neighbourhood, don’t forget to try your luck at these gambling hotels! For some time now, Bangkokians have been crazy about online casino (คาสิโนออนไลน์) games. So go for it!

Visit the Most Beautiful Temples and The Royal Palace (Wat Phra Kaew)

It’s essential to devote a day to visiting the most important temples of the city: Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Wat Trimit. The most enjoyable way to get from one to the other is by taking a boat on the Chao Phraya River. It also allows you to approach the city from another point of view and take advantage of the contrast between ancient Bangkok and modern Bangkok. It’s inconceivable to visit Bangkok without going to the Royal Palace, also called the Grand Palace. It is a hotbed of Thai political and spiritual life. You can find a museum, the former royal residence, and one of Thailand’s most important temples, Wat Phra Kaew. Wat Phra Kaew is a sumptuous and colourful temple which owes its fame to the Emerald Buddha it houses. This sacred statue is the emblem of the Chakri Dynasty.

Khaosan Road, A Budget Tourist’s Paradise

It’s one of the legendary streets of the Thai capital and attracts backpackers from all over the world. In this district you will find everything: inexpensive accommodation, travel agencies, extremely affordable food and above all a large number of travellers with whom to exchange information and travel advice. Accommodation is therefore economical and there is a festive atmosphere as soon as night falls. We go there mainly to have fun, meet new people, and eat delicious street food at a ridiculous price. You can also take advantage of this area to treat yourself to a Thai massage. There are a lot of massage centres. More than a simple practice, massage is a true ancestral tradition in Thailand. It works in depth to free the body and mind of all tension. There is nothing like enjoying a Thai massage after spending the day sightseeing in Bangkok!


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