Attractions & Excursions

  • Things to see

    The Grand Palace Complex (Wat Phra Kaew or Wat Phra Kaeo)
    Home of the Emerald Buddha, the Grand Palace Complex is the spirit heart of the nation. The entire palace complex offers 218,400 square metres of intricate symbolism, history and cultural traditions.

    Wat Po
    Bangkok's oldest and largest temple Wat Po includes a 46m long and a 15m high gold-plated reclining Buddha. The wat has the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand.
    Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
    A daily riot of colour and noise the Floating Market is another popular attraction. Farmers turn up each morning to sell and exchange fruit and vegetables from their barges, as they sail up and down the canals amongst orchards and vineyards.
    The National Museum
    One of the largest museums in Southeast Asia. It houses over a thousand artefacts ranging from neolithic times to the present.
    The Snake Farm
    Did you know, the Snake Farm is one of the largest producers of anti-venom serum in Asia. Discover how serum is made, how to milk snakes and what to do if faced by one! Don’t miss the snake pit, feeding shows and the extraordinary snake handling demonstrations.

  • Things to do

    Traditional Thai Massages
    One of the best known pampering services in Bangkok, a head-to-toe Thai Massage  treatment focuses on circulation and pressure points, promoting internal health and muscular flexibility.

    Jim Thompson's House - Talk Of The Town
    Jim Thompson was a self-made American entrepreneur who contributed to the development of the Thai Silk industry and was the founder of the world renowned Jim Thompson Thai Silk Company.

    Dinner Cruises
    Cruise Bangkok's Chao Phraya river on an old converted teakwood rice barge. No windows, no air-conditioning, just the cooling breeze and tasty, beautifully arranged Thai dishes.

    Thai Cooking Classes
    The traditional Thai cooking experience is hands-on with the secrets of Thai techniques, innovative uses of ingredients and how to aesthetically present dishes shared. Ingredients are purchased from the Thai markets with the sounds, sights, smells and tastes emblematic of everyday life in Thailand shaping Thai cuisine.

    Bangkok Thai Boxing
    The art of Thai boxing is deeply ingrained in the history of Thailand. Whilst it can be exciting and exhilarating to be part of the crowd, watch out, things can get bloody...

    Bangkok Ladyboy Shows
    These Ladyboy Shows offer some of the finest night-time entertainment in Bangkok and are jam-packed with glitz, glam and a touch of humour delivered by world-class performers.


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