The city of angels Bangkok keeps on inspiring tourists with a vast range of attractions which offers plenty to do and see for everyone. It is a city that never sleeps.

You can dedicate mornings to a getaway to see the temples and nights to visit its more lively streets than ever before. An energizing city that never ceases to surprise its visitors with a variety of activities not to miss.

The Royal Palace

It is almost impossible to miss this majestic place that has become an essential activity in Bangkok. 

Built-in 1782 by King Rama I on the left bank of Chao Phraya, the Royal Palace houses not only the Royal residence and the throne room but also a large number of government offices and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo). 

Wat Arun

One of the most weighty temples in Asia, as Wat Arun, symbolizes the rebirth of the Rattanakosin period and the founding of the new capital. 

The temple houses an impressive collection of inscriptions, sculptures and a beautiful garden with stone sculptures, porcelain, as well as the College of traditional medicine. Inside there is a Buddha blown in gold, with a length of 46m.

Visit of the three most unusual Buddhist temples in Bangkok

You can start your tour with Wat Traimit and his precious Golden Buddha and then go to Wat Po, the largest temple in Bangkok, with his colossal reclining Buddha and the Chedis of Kings. And finally WAT Benjamaborpitr, the white marble temple, one of the most beautiful examples of Thai architecture. After this meeting with the Thai temples, it's time to stroll the streets of Bangkok and enjoy every moment spent in its vibrant alleys of energy and life.

Damnoen Saduak

This is a floating market where you can see boats full of exotic fruits and tropical vegetables. It offers tourists a unique experience.

Siam Ocean World

An attraction not to be missed when you visit Bangkok. Siam Ocean World is the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia housing a wide variety of wild marine animals. 

Khao San Road

Between tiny restaurants in the street, night clubs, and massages, you will stand back for a moment to understand this turbulent movement of the street vendors as well as visitors from everywhere who want to explore this area. 

Vimanmek Teak Mansion

A monumental complex of buildings, it was once a Royal Palace, today it plays the role of relaxing space in the middle of a desert of buildings and streets. It is considered the largest teak House in the world.

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