Attractions locations in Thailand
Wat Phra Kaew is one of Bangkok's most famous temples and home to the sacred Emerald Buddha. First time visitors to Bangkok always enjoy a journey to this famous temple.
Located in the heart of Bangkok behind the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho is one of the city's most famous and popular Buddhist temples.
Khao San Road in Bangkok is a popular area of the city with backpackers and those seeking out budget accommodation and nightlife. Every visit to Bangkok should include a stop at this famous road.
If you are seeking a real authentic Thai market shopping experience, the weekend market at Chatuchak (also known as JJ) is one of the best. The hustle and bustle, alongside lots of interesting items for sale, make this a wonderful experience.
The Golden Mountain Temple in Bangkok is also known as Wat Saket, and is a must see temple for those culture vultures among us. This is a great way to see how Buddhism is an intricate part of daily Thai life.
If you are enlightened by everything Chinese, a trip to China Town in Bangkok is an essential visit. Every major city in the world has a China town. Bangkok's is one of the most colorful and authentic.
Take a scenic boat trip down the Chao Phraya River that runs through the city of Bangkok. It will be the experience of a lifetime. See the city from a different perspective and be sure to absorb the stunning atmosphere and skyline.
Perhaps one of the most famous historical sites in the whole of Thailand with books and movies made about the bridge, this entire region and its involvement in the Second World War is very famous indeed.
Them most famous market in Thailand, the Bangkok Floating Market is a place where every holidaymaker to the country should visit at some point of their trip.
If you want a special day in and around Doi Inthanon Mountain, please read our article that provides you with a full day trip exploring this beautiful part of Chiang Mai.