13 Adventures For Your Bangkok Travel List

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Bangkok is considered the most popular tourist destination on the planet, receiving more than 20 million visitors a year.

The vibrant city of Bangkok has more to explore than you could ever imagine.

Here are 13 adventures you should add to the itinerary to make the trip one that you'll never forget.

Visit a rooftop bar for a Thai beer

Bangkok has fantastic clubs, pubs, and rooftop bars. The rooftop bars offer some of the most spectacular views of the city, especially at night.

Cruise down the Chao Phraya River

Bangkok is famous for its river cruise down the Chao Phraya River. The views are bound to be majestic by day or night. Along the way, you'll see some of the city's historical sites.

Visit the Grand Palace

This stunning palace is a must-see. Bangkok's most famous attraction, the Grand Palace, represents over 200 years of royalty.

Wander the streets of Chinatown

One of the city's oldest parts lies in Chinatown, a lively district with extensive shopping, restaurants, bars, and entertainment.

Check out the reclining Buddha

Visit Wat Pho to discover the reclining Buddha and the most extensive assortment of Buddha statues in the country.

Go to a floating market

Floating markets in Bangkok are widespread. Vendors are mostly women. From their boats, they sell items such as jewelry, produce, and flowers.

Head to Soi Cowboy

This less intensive red light district is no less exciting than the others in Bangkok. Enjoy lots of loud music, entertainment, go-go bars, adult beverages and bright lights.

Sample the street food

Bangkok street food is some of the world's best and most unique cuisines. There is a wide range of snacks, from fried chicken to fried scorpions.

Go shopping at a mall

Bangkok has some impressive shopping malls, including Siam Paragon, Central World, and MBK.

Visit the Temple of Dawn

Visit Wat Arun near the Chao Phraya River. The temple is one of the most sightly in Bangkok.

Go to Ayutthaya Historical Park

Given the opportunity, you must visit the Ayutthaya Historical Park, which is right outside of Bangkok. These ruins are a magical secret that receives few visitors.

Ride a Tuk-Tuk

The small size of a tuk-tuk allows you to get to wherever you need to go in a hurry and avoid traffic jams. If you want a fun way to get around the city, a tuk-tuk is the way to go.

Explore Lumpini Park

One of Thailand's largest city parks, Lumpini Park is a great place to unwind a little. The park is a beautiful green escape from the crowds and commotion of downtown Bangkok.

To start planning your trip to Bangkok and filling up that itinerary with some incredible adventures, book your free consultation and we will get started right away. I look forward to planning your next international vacation!