Explore plenty to see and do in Khlong Chan—boating, shopping and popular sights like The Mall Bangkapi.
Boating, Castles and Budget
A series of sparkling golden rooftops crown the Grand Palace, which reigns supreme along the banks of the Chao Phraya River.
Book yourself in for an energising treatment at the official school of traditional Thai massage, housed in Bangkok’s oldest temple complex.
Named after the Hindu God of Dawn, Wat Arun is a sight to behold both as the sun rises and as it slips below the horizon.
The holiest Buddhist site in Thailand, Wat Phra Kaew is home to the revered Emerald Buddha which is protected by mythical Guardian warriors at every entrance.
Khao San Road epitomises the manic mega-city, attracting tourists and travellers from all over the world with the promise of cheap accommodation and adventure.
In a city as busy as Bangkok, the green spaces and tranquil lakes of Lumphini Park provide respite from the frenetic pace of the outside world.
Celebrate Father’s Day by giving your old man an experience he won’t forget.
Finding Bangkok's uptown vibe for downtown prices
Explore the sights of the Chao Phraya River canals of Bangkok
Discover Ramkhamhaeng, memorable for its coffee shops. Popular attractions in Ramkhamhaeng include The Mall Bangkapi and Rajamangala Stadium, and you can see more of the area by hopping on the metro at Ramkhamhaeng Station.
Get to know Ratchadaphisek and its many features like its theatres and musical theatre scene. You might want to explore sights like Siam Niramit Theater and Thailand Cultural Center, and you can jump on the metro at Huai Khwang Station or Thailand Cultural Centre Station to get around the city.
If you're spending time in Thonglor, you might enjoy attractions like J Avenue Thonglor and J Avenue. You might also enjoy the neighbourhood's ample dining options before hopping on the metro at Thong Lo BTS Station to see more of the city.
Chatuchak is a destination travellers like for its shopping, and you might hop aboard the metro at Phahon Yothin Station or Chatuchak Park Station to explore sights like Chatuchak Weekend Market.
Street markets and sparkling malls, parks, nightlife districts and museums await at this bustling boulevard, which is one of Thailand’s longest roads.
Asoke is popular for its popular shops. Explore top sights like Soi Cowboy and Terminal 21 Shopping Mall, and you can get around town on the metro at Sukhumvit Station.