Top-Rated Destinations in Bangkok (part 2)

Open House Central Embassy

True to its name, Open House is an open space providing many services such as restaurants, shopping, and dining. The most prominent area is the area for books on many different art fields such as photography, film, fashion, music, etc. Entering here, the first feeling is lost because the space is too large, the number of books on sale is countless.

Mahanakhon Skywalk

When traveling to Bangkok, if the underground check-ins are not enough for you to enjoy, Mahanakhon Skywalk is the perfect choice for innovation. Try thrilling rides on the transparent glass bridge, look down on the city below and check-in Thailand’s highest bar.

Chao Phraya River

From That Wat Ratchasingkhon port, you can catch a taxi boat on the river. This is also the best way to visit the Chao Phraya River and enjoy the whole scenery along the river. Sitting on the boat to admire the scenery, you will see wooden houses built on the water, see children swimming and playing, feeling the taste, images and cuisine of Bangkok people.

Vivi The Coffee Place

If you are a fan of cafes with open space, in harmony with nature, Vivi The Coffee Place will make you love it at first sight. Located next to the Chao Praya River, Vivi gives visitors a relaxed and pleasant feeling when sipping a cup of aromatic coffee in an airy, unobtrusive space.

Talad Rod Fai Night Market

Located in the Prawet district of Southeast Bangkok, Rot Fai is one of Bangkok’s most impressive night markets. When night falls, you can feel the freshest of the market with colorful green, red, purple, yellow, etc. The sounds of laughter, the price, the footsteps of locals and tourists all appear in the market.

Wat Arun

Wat Arun is one of Bangkok’s oldest temples (Thailand). Legend has it that when King Thaksin decided to build a new capital at Thonburi, he arrived here at a dawn. The temple was later renamed Wat Chaeng (meaning the light of dawn).

Safari World Bangkok

Safari World is Thailand’s famous natural zoo. It is also the largest open zoo in the world with many wild and rare animals. It includes 75 species of mammals, 300 species of birds from Africa and Asia and the typical animals around the world.

The Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC)

This destination will surely surprise you right from the moment you step into the contemporary art space of Bangkok. This must be an interesting destination, especially for those who love art and culture. The building is designed with 9 tubular floors extremely luxurious and modern, just steps you will feel the minimalistic space but delicate and very harmonious.

Siam Square area

Siam Square is a new name for young people coming to Bangkok. As a shopping and entertainment center in Pathum Wan district, connecting the center and other districts with long-standing overpasses, this is almost a destination not to be missed when traveling to Bangkok.