Take a tour of Bangkok, Thailand
Part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
Number ten, Wat Arun. Bangkok has one of the greatest collections of temples in the world. This Buddhist temple, also known as “Temple of the Dawn” is quite spectacular.
Number nine, Lumpini Park. Bangkok is a massive city; Lumpini Park offers an excellent escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. You can just relax or engage in an activity.
Number eight, Wat Pho. It is said to be the largest and oldest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. An extremely large statue of a reclining Buddha is a big draw.
Number seven, Floating Market. Truly a unique experience where many vendors prepare food right on their tiny boats. You will find a festive atmosphere along with delicious food.
Number six, Wat Traimit. Another famous temple in Bangkok, it is located close to China Town and is known as also known as the “The Temple of the Golden Buddha”
Number five, Vimanmek Palace. This magnificent former royal palace is the world’s largest golden teak wood mansion.
Number four, Chinatown. A colorful area with many interesting shop and of course fantastic Chinese food.
Number three, Ayutthaya. Located outside of Bangkok, this ancient city was founded over 600 years ago. Amidst the remaining temple structures, you can relive its history.
Number two, Chatuchak. Believed to be the largest market in Thailand, the exciting market has literally thousands of stalls and tens of thousands of daily visitors.
And number one, Grand Palace. Constructed in the 18th century, undoubtedly it is the most popular attraction of Bangkok and a must see for anyone visiting this city.