4 mentions in Places to Visit in Bangkok
Duyen P. said, "...Try to explore all the highlights of Bangkok, National Museum Grand Palace Wat Pho China Town Wat Traimit Wat Suthat and The Giant Swing Pratu Nam Market Wat Arun Temple of the Dawn Khao San Road Then, make your trip around the..." See More
Courtney R. said, "...I definitely second all the ideas above, especially Wat Pho, the Grand Palace and the Jim Thompson House. If you're up for something really weird, I'd go for an old department store called Nightingale-Olympic which is literally the strangest thing I think..." See More
Mario A. said, "...drop you off at the Wat Pho where you can get the best Thai massage ever. Then head over to the Grand Palace next door. No shorts or sleeveless tops or you need to wait in a long line to rent clothes...." See More
James C. said, "...the street food - dive in and enjoy, and if you don't like it, pitch it, it is soo inexpensive. - Grand Palace- if you are sick of wats, too bad, this one you have to witness in all of its..." See More
2 mentions in Best temples to visit in Thailand?
Erin R. said, "...We went to Wat PA Luang Ta Bua Yansampannowhich was quite the seite to see. We also visited Grand Palace and basically just drove around. There are seriously so many temples to see that I don't know half of their names... I..." See More
2 mentions in If you were in Bangkok for 24 hours....
Lindsay B. said, "...city - frequented by locals and tourists, which means it's trustworthy! I've been three times and it's always been delicious. The Grand Palace (Wat Pra Kaew) tops the lists of "must-do's" in Bangkok, and another temple, Wat Pho is close by. These..." See More
Courtney R. said, "...I were going to Bangkok for the first time and only had a day, I would make Wat Pho and the Grand Palace my two biggest priorities. You'll want to take your time a bit, especially at the palace. Also, I noticed..." See More
2 mentions in Need a one day in Bangkok Itinerary!
Nam O. said, "...Old Town Package. Morning: Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun Temple of the Dawn. They located the same area. Lunch: Krua Apsornthe nearest branch is on Dinso Rd. Afternoon: Visit Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall Library on Thanon Ratchadamnoen Klang for 2..." See More
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Kate B. said, "...Welcome to Thailand. I recommended you must go and see the Grand Palace and Temple around there . Go to Yaowarat (Chinatown)there a lot of foods ( street food at night time) and if you want to go shopping go to MBK..." See More
Nam O. said, "...time tourists must see and do. Old town for royal temples such as Wat Phra Kaew (Emerald Buddha) temple in the Grand Palace, Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha) and Wat Arun Temple of the Dawn (Temple of Dawn). River cruise along Chao..." See More
Courtney R. said, "...in Thailand. Now it's a beautiful house with a lovely gift shop and restaurant. You have to take a tour there. Grand Palace- you just have to see it to understand why I think you should go there. Grand is a..." See More
Marli W. said, "...rich, busy and quiet, buildings and nature. Offcourse there are some more things to do in Bangkok. You could go to Grand Palace, which is very nice but also very touristic. I would also recommend to go and see Khao San..." See More
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Hoyt M. said, "...the AMEX plan (free 2nd night). Amazing hotel, views, spa AND breakfast buffet. Good location. Some activities:River ferryTemple of DawnReclining Buddha Grand Palace Khao San Road(lots of x-pats, cool bars and restaurants)state tower rooftop bar/rest. (in hangover 2 movie). don't eat at..." See More
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Nam O. said, "...a few clicks on internet. Street food also available, cheap and delicious from 35-60thb each meal. Bangkok top attractions such as Grand Palace and other royal temples nearby,Chao Phraya River, Bangkok National Museum and Chatuchak Weekend Market. Chiang Mai top attractions such..." See More
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