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Must See Attractions In Bangkok

A fascinating combination of East meets West, the Thai capital is a truly multicultural metropolis and we are ideally placed within easy reach of many key Bangkok attractions and places of interest.

Due to the central location of Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok, guests can fully experience the best the city has to offer; explore temples and museums, enjoy fun family outings, get in some retail therapy or embark on an exotic foodie tour.

SIAM PARK CITY

With its amusement park and water park, this attraction is perfect for the whole family

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Terminal 21

It’s not always that one gets to travel the world by visiting a single shopping mall, but this is the case where Bangkok’s iconic Terminal 21 is concerned.

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Benjasiri Park

Benjasiri Park is also known as the Queens Park, as it was built in 1992 to celebrate the 60 th birthday of the Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. It is one of the major parks in Bangkok and is a great spot for rest and recreation.

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Emporium Shopping Complex

The Emporium Shopping Complex is a chic, luxury shopping centre located on Sukhumvit Road, right below Emporium Suites by Chatrium and is known for offering some of the best designer fashion.

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Central Chidlom

Central Chidlom is, unofficially, Thailand’s most beloved department store. Featuring you heart’s every materialistic desire, the vast, seven-storey building leaves every customer spoilt for choice.

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Erawan Shrine (Thao Mahaprom Shrine)

Thailand is famous for a vast array of captivating temples and places of Buddhist worship. The famous Erawan Shrine is particularly remarkable since it is one of the more elusive Hindu places of worship in the nation.

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Gaysorn Plaza

Gaysorn Plaza now known as Gaysorn Village is located near the Ratchaprasong intersection and boasts an exclusive, luxurious lifestyle shopping experience with high-class goods, designer labels and distinguished service.

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Central World Plaza

Saunter the streets of Bangkok, the capital city of the only Southeast Asian nation never to have been colonized by any European power and experience the ultimate shopping experience at CentralWorld Plaza.

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Platinum Shopping Mall

The Platinum Shopping Mall, located in the Ratchathewi District (next to Pantip Plaza), is very much like the internationally famous Chatuchak Weekend Market, except it is found indoors!

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Siam Paragon Shopping Mall

If you’re planning to shop till you drop in Bangkok and wondering where in this colourful “City of Angels” the best place to head over to is, the Siam Paragon shopping mall with its designer brands is the answer.

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Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park provides the perfect escape from the Thai capital for a quiet walk by yourself, a romantic stroll with that special someone or just some fun family time with your nearest and dearest.

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Siam Discovery

Siam Discovery is one of the most unique malls in Bangkok; introducing a concept design that replaces tedious stores for items openly laid out on each floor, the vast mall promises a rewarding one-stop shopping experience.

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Pantip Plaza

Pantip Plaza is more or less Thailand’s premier place for all things IT. It is famously known for offering unbelievable bargains and incredibly low prices on new and used laptops, computers and accessories.

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MBK Centre

One of the mainstays of Bangkok’s mega mall collection, the MBK Shopping Centre offers eight floors of shopping and entertainment bliss with approximately 2,000 shops vying for your attention and of course crash and credit!

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Jim Thompson House

Thailand’s silk industry is one of the nation’s biggest trades, and the man responsible for its present success is Jim Thompson, who mysteriously disappeared never to be seen again. His house, however, is now a popular attraction.

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Pratunam Market

The Pratunam Market, located at the intersection of Petchburi and Ratchaprarop roads, not only offers its visitors fantastic choice in all manner of goods but also provides invaluable insight into local culture and livelihoods.

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Suan Pakkad Palace Museum

“Suan Pakkad” is Thai for lettuce farm as the Suan Pakkad Palace Museum is a lettuce farm turned palace turned museum as it stands today. The museum is a little-known, less-explored venue; a treasure that is often overlooked.

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Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute)

Snakes are some of the most misunderstood creatures on the planet and you can understand why with a visit to the Snake Farm situated at the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, also known as the Red Cross Institute.

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Siam Niramit

Snakes are some of the most misunderstood creatures on the planet and you can understand why with a visit to the Snake Farm situated at the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, also known as the Red Cross Institute.

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Central Rama 3

The largest mall established by the Central Group, Central Rama 3 is nine floors of pure, shopping heaven and a one-stop shop where customers can shop, treat themselves to a fantastic meal or see a movie, at their leisure.

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BRT

Bangkok has a lot to offer when it comes to public transportation, but one of the most uniquely intriguing options to choose from has to be the rapid bus transit system referred to as BRT.

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Chinatown

The Chinese diaspora of Thailand is immense, and therefore it comes as no surprise that Bangkok has the biggest Chinatown in the world. It is definitely an essential experience in the city.

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The Up Rama 3

The Up Rama 3 is a small community mall designed in Chino-Portuguese style. While such small shopping centres can be found all over Bangkok, The Up Rama 3 is certainly one of the better and more unique spots.

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Wat Pho Man Khunaram

Located on the grounds of Wat Ratchanatdaram, Loha Prasat is also known as the “metal castle”. It was built in 1846 under the patronage of King Rama III and inspired by two other similar temples in India and Sri Lanka.

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Wat Benchamabophit (The Marble Temple)

Commonly referred to as the Marble Temple, Wat Benchamabophit is a truly astonishing sight that will leave you breathless. Built in true Thai architectural fashion, this is one of the nation’s most renowned places of worship.

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The Golden Mount (Wat Saket)

One of the most beautiful places of worship Thailand has to offer is the Golden Mount, officially known as Wat Saket. Built during the prosperous Ayutthaya era, this Buddhist temple is a wondrous sight to behold.

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Wat Suthat

Located in the Rattanakosin Royal District, Wat Suthat has a striking appearance, featuring a sweeping roof with traditional embellishments, painstakingly hand-carved door panels of teak and a lofty red swing at its entrance.

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Chatuchak Park

Take a break from the hustle and bustle that sometimes seems to be the theme in Bangkok by paying a visit to Chatuchak Park, located right next to the Chatuchak Weekend Market. It is an oasis of peacefulness in the busy city.

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Asiatique The Riverfront

Bangkok is one of the world’s finest shopping destinations so there’s a bounty of places where you can indulge in some retail therapy. One of the most renowned and unique shopping experiences in the city is at Asiatique The Riverfront.

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Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

Established at the request of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles is housed in a centuries-old building that adds more character to the exhibits that are contained within it.

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Grand Palace

Deemed one of the most dazzling and captivating icons of the city, the Grand Palace is a majestic site indeed. Visitors will be enthralled by the magnificence and splendour of this remarkable complex.

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Pak Klong Talad (Flower Market)

There are few experiences that have the potential to take your breath away like a visit to the famous Pak Klong Talad, the famous flower market of Bangkok.

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Khaosan Road

Referred to as the “Centre of the Backpacking Universe” in the famed book The Beach, Khaosan Road in Bangkok is renowned among backpackers and budget travellers the world over and is well worth a visit.

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Chao Phraya River

Bangkok is indeed rich with many breathtaking delights bestowed upon it by nature herself. The Chao Phraya River is one of its priceless marvels, gleaming across the city with a glory that seems to never fade away.

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Museum Siam

A vibrant and colourful place that truly resembles the spirit of Thailand, the Museum Siam is ideal if you want to understand the origin and history of the Thai people. It is a reflection of authentic Thai culture contained within a 19th-century European-style building.

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Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho)

Perhaps Bangkok's most visited religious attraction, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha or Wat Pho is a one of a kind spiritual site in the Thai capital and is well worth exploring.

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The Bangkok National Museum

Hailed as the biggest museum in Southeast Asia, the Bangkok National Museum is a place that will awe you with its sheer size. It is best explored on a guided tour, which are conducted twice a week.

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Erawan Museum

Erawan is a three-headed elephant from Hindu mythology belonging to the guardian deity Indra. The Erawan Museum (Chang Sam Sian) is named after this mythical creature and is as enticing as the mythology that gives it its name.

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is a vibrant and fascinating part of exotic Thailand. One of the nation’s most famous markets of this kind, Damnoen Saduak provides a true insight into traditional Thai lives.

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Wat Ratchanatdaram Woravihara (Loha Prasat)

Located on the grounds of Wat Ratchanatdaram, Loha Prasat is also known as the “metal castle”. It was built in 1846 under the patronage of King Rama III and inspired by two other similar temples in India and Sri Lanka.

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