Bangkok Attractions

The Grand Palace Bangkok (Kings Palace)

If there is one must-see sight that no visit to Bangkok would be complete without, it's the dazzling, spectacular Grand Palace, undoubtedly the city's most famous landmark. Built in 1782 and for 150 years the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and the administrative seat of government - the Grand Palace of Bangkok is a grand old dame indeed, that continues to have visitors in awe with its beautiful architecture and intricate detail, all of which is a proud salute to the creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people. Within its walls were also the Thai war ministry, state departments, and even the mint. Today, the complex remains the spiritual heart of the Thai Kingdom.

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The River Cruises Chao Phraya River

The invigorating air, the cooling breeze, the scenery at once sleek, scruffy and spiritual... the Chao Phraya river is up there with the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, one of the city's most indelible sights. Not only that, it's super efficient ferry network - not to mention river cruisers, dinner cruises and long-tail boats - means it is also a picturesque gateway to many, many others. Unmissable.

Floating Markets

Even though transactions are more concerned with tourists rather than locals these days, the floating market boats are still piled high with tropical fruit and vegetables, fresh, ready-to-drink coconut juice and local food cooked from floating kitchenettes located right on the boat. Totally chaotic, small 'klongs' or canals are filled with small flat boats jockeying for position, expertly paddled by mature ladies ready to stop and bargain at a moment's notice. It's colourful, noisy and totally touristy — but great fun!

Bangkok Wat Phra Kaew (The Emerald Buddha)

Regarded as the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand, Wat Pra Kaeo enshrines Phra Kaew Morakot (the Emerald Buddha), the highly revered Buddha image meticulously carved from a single block of emerald. The Emerald Buddha (Phra Putta Maha Mani Ratana Patimakorn) is a Buddha image in the meditating position in the style of the Lanna school of the north, dating from the 15th century AD.

River Kwai Tours

There’s more to the River Kwai than elegiac WWII sights. And this tour around Kanchanaburi, a lush unspoilt province bordering Burma, proves it. Visits to the Death Railway, the Bridge over the River Kwai and the memorial museum, are tastefully juxtaposed with thrilling doses of back-to-nature: undulating mountains, rugged landscapes, as well as activities like elephant rides and tiger temples.

Very few tours manage such a gratifying combo, both thought-provoking and adventurous

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Siam Niramit

Packing all the splendour of the Land of Smiles into an 80-minute stage show is no easy task. But Siam Niramit succeeds – and spectacularly. How so? Try the world’s biggest stage, a cast of hundreds, and bags of Thai finesse. For these joy-bringing efforts, we happily award it sixth place.

The first act describes how Siam became a cross-roads where civilizations met, the second how karma binds the Thai people, the last how religious ceremony earns Thais merit in this life. Spellbinding stuff.

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Bai Pai Cooking School

Ever wished you could cook your favourite authentic Thai dish at home? Our eighth favourite tour equips you with the know-how to do just that. At the Bai Pai Cooking School, qualified Thai chefs impart their culinary wisdom in an easily digestible fashion.

Classes are hands-on and never more than ten people. Instructors emphasise the importance of seasonality, fresh ingredients and presentation. Pad Thai? Your favourite curry? These are the dishes you perfect and get to devour. No wonder everyone leaves smiling.


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