Reunite in Bangkok and reconnect with the sights, sounds and tastes that make up this bustling city. As it’s been a while, come with us as we share must-see spots across the city to help you plan your next visit!
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Explore Historic Rattanakosin Island
Travel back in time and wander through Old Town, home to the Grand Palace and the temple complex Wat Pho. Discover new restaurants, cafes and bars set in traditional shop-houses or explore the surrounding museums and art galleries. Finish the day with a drink and take in the sunset overlooking the Chao Phaya River.
Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn)
Set on the river, during the day, Wat Arun or The Temple of Dawn glistens in the daylight whilst the evening, the best way to enjoy the temple is from across the river when the temple is lit-up, becoming the perfect backdrop during a romantic dinner or drinks.
Enjoy the hustle and bustle of China Town during the day as the streets are filled with markets and shops; as the sunsets, the area transforms into a street food haven as the hawkers’ stalls and restaurants serve from dim sum to seafood and desserts.
Bangkok Green Bridge
Right in the heart of the CBD, the Bangkok Green Bridge is an Instagrammer’s dream… the green elevated walking and biking path connects the cities to parks, Lumphini and Benjakitti.
Not for the faint-hearted, the Mahanakhon Skywalk offers 360-degree views of Bangkok with a glass-floored deck on the 78h floor set 310 meters above the ground.
The world’s largest weekend market with over 15,000 stalls – you can find anything and everything at this market from delicious food to jewellery, plants, arts and crafts, decoration, clothes and anything under the sun.
Jim Thompson House Museum
Thailand’s traditional textile was made famous across the world by Jim Thompson, exploring his former home set in the heart of Bangkok, which has been transformed into a museum filled with his private art collection and his journey in bringing silk to the world.
Bangkok Art & Culture Centre
Home to the city’s contemporary art, music, theatre, film, design and events, with cafes, art galleries, bookshops, craft shops and an art library, it is the perfect spot to wander and enjoy featured artists from across the globe.
River City Bangkok
A day spent on the river is not complete without a visit to River City Bangkok; the complex is home to contemporary art galleries, antiques, shops and restaurants right now the river.
Explore the hidden jungle, or the Green Lung of Bangkok – this unique island created by the bend of the Chao Praya River can be explored via bike with local cafes, shops and restaurants scattered amongst the green spaces and national parks.
Nong Bon Water Sports Center
No time to hit the beaches? Nong Bon Water Sports Center just outside of the city is a perfect day-trip option where you can rent kayaks or learn to sail on the expansive lake.
Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice
The humble chicken rice spot has been serving for over 50 years – the time, passion, combined with quality ingredients, makes this simple dish delicious and worth the wait! A must if you are in the Pratunam area.
The only Bangkok street food with a Michelin star – Jay Fai – known for her unique style, this iconic street food is famous for its fluffy and crispy omelette filled with fresh crab meat. But she’s no one-trick pony as the many features numerous seafood dishes from stirfries to rice porridge and more!
Our version of comfort food, the Pad Thai, is a burst of flavour and texture with chewy rice noodles stirfried with a sweet and sour tamarind sauce accompanied by fresh bean sprouts, eggs, tofu, peanuts, palm sugar, chives, lime, shrimp and chilli!
Who makes the best pad Thai in Bangkok? Check out this article: https://bk.asia-city.com/restaurants/news/taste-test-who-makes-best-pad-thai