Explore Bangkok with Our Travel Guide
Located between distinguished shopping malls and highly sacred shrines, The Okura Prestige Bangkok is perfectly situated to experience every facet of the Thai capital. The Park Ventures Ecoplex houses a pharmacy, bank, convenience store and an outlet of Dean & Deluca.
Nai Lert Park Heritage Home
Nai Lert Park Heritage Home was designed and built-in 1915 by Nai Lert which was his permanent residence that he shared with his family. After 3 generations, the house was converted to a heritage property in 2012.
Hindu shrine featuring a gilded statue of the god Brahma & often the site of rituals & dances.
Jim Thompson House Museum
Thai-style teak house by American entrepreneur Jim Thompson offering guided tours in many languages.
Central urban park featuring manicured lawns, playgrounds & an artificial lake with boat rentals.
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Big, modern exhibition & performance venue for contemporary arts with a cafe, bookshop & library.
A top priority for most visitors, especially those into Thai exquisite arts and culture. The Grand Palace is the founding palace of the Rattanakosin Period, hence the epitome of the upper-crust Thai arts.
THINGS TO DO IN BANGKOK
Welcome to Bangkok - the vibrant capital of Thailand, the land of the intricate Thai culture, the centre of all the Thai traditional and modern beauties. And to make your travel as smooth and fun as possible, we have provided here all things you need to know to make the best of your Bangkok trip. From commuting advice to insightful recommendations on foods, things to do, what to buy, and even the sights that you might need to see. As your resourceful local, we do hope you will find our guides useful and enhance your Bangkok experience. Enjoy!