Bangkok, capital of Thailand, is known for its lustrous street life and also a very divine place for all the Lord Buddha lovers. A place which is a perfect mixture of a familiar and exotic diverge. It is well known for its embellished Buddhist Temples. If peace is what you are looking for then must visit these Buddhist temples of Bangkok, you will be blessed by its ambiance. It is also known for its cloud touching buildings. Apart from all these things Bangkok is also famous for its craving Sex shows.

For exploring more about the city and its culture you must be the guest of back alleys of Chinatown’s markets or bazaars and if you are looking to add some grace to your eyes then the great Chao Phraya River is the best place to pore the city’s landscape and add zest to your eyes, it also serves as the main network of the canals that remains intact in the west-bank of Thonburi district.

Plenty of visitors enjoy the challenge of taking on the “Big Mango”, but one way or another, the place is sure to get under your skin.

1. Bangkok National Museum

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If you are in a dilemma, what would be the first thing to do in Bangkok then we recommend you to browse through the article. After scratching the walls of Grand Place, now you are good to go to your next destination which is “Bangkok National Museum”. Apart from that, you will find a number of museums in the city, but the specialty of Bangkok National Museum is that it is the largest museum in the southeastern Asia. The museum has a nice exhibition of country’s intricate history including numerous buildings. The museum simply shows the local culture of the city. By spending some time over there, it will help you understand better about country’s history.

2. Chao Phraya River

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The river roves right in the heart of the city and adds a charm to its glory. If you are planning to take a small break from the busy crowded place and heat of the sun, nothing could be the better thing to do in Bangkok, than this. The river is named after “River of Kings” by King Rama I has now become the lifeblood of the city. This Russet-Brown water has now created a long long history. Chao Phraya Express Company is operating five public boat lines, plying 21 km route named “orange”, “yellow”, “blue”, “green-yellow” and “local line”. The operating timing of all the five boat lines is between 06:00 to 19:30 seven days a week. Once you reach to this river you will experience, it is calm yet muddled, innovative yet traditional, foreign yet home-grown.

3. Rooftop Sunset Cocktail

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After some day-tours and sunset, it’s time to hit the night. This could be the amazing thing to do in Bangkok to chill out in the night. Claiming your first-class ticket on the rooftop of the city’s iconic Banyan tree’s Vertigo and Moon Bar would not be a bad idea to enjoy the incredible sunset of Bangkok. Nothing could be better than this, enjoying the dazzling skyline, the hustle bustle of the downtown while having your meal with your favorite drink.

4. Lumpini Park

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The Lumpini in Bangkok is as same as the Central Park in the New York City. If you are planning to see the greenery of the city away from traffic congestion and noise nothing can be a better thing to do in Bangkok like this. Back in the ages of 1900s, it was located on the outskirts of the city, but then the park has created in 1920. And now the city has engulfed it and the park is situated in the heart of the main business district. There are the variety of things to do here as same as the central park and you will definitely experience an oasis of calm.

5. Khao San Road

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If you have planned to stay in Bangkok more than one day and one night and already went to the Rooftop Sunset Cocktail last and now you have no idea how to make your next night memorable. Then I have something more exciting which is Khao San Road. It is a place which looks just like a small street. But if you experience this place, nothing could look this much excitement and form a part of a thing to do in the Bangkok. You will find this street packed with enthusiasm including some cheap goods (from pirated CDs to hand-crafted items). To make your night out more fun, the blasting music of bars with authentic food of Thai will add a cream to the crop.

If this is not all for your trip here are some more fanaticism things to do in Bangkok. Jim Thompson House’s interesting traditional architecture, Chatuchak Weekend Market for experiencing a variety of 15,000 stalls, Dusit Palace, Siam Paragon for a crazy shopping, During Songkran take part in a water fight, Attend Bangkok puppet show and last but not least, one should must visit Vimanmek Mansion which is known to be the world’s largest teakwood building.

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