Bangkok Attractions By Area

What to See in Bangkok

It's a click to say every street has its secrets, or that around every corner lurks some new hidden charm. However, in Bangkok they're 100% true. This section's mission is to help you find them, to impart the wisdom it normally takes locals years to acquire. For ease of use, we've given each of the city's main areas its own page. Expect the unexpected, an eclectic hotchpotch of trusty indigenous treasures and rising cosmopolitan gems.


Chidlom Attractions

Tourist attractions are thin on the ground in Ploenchit and the roads that traverse it. Lumpini Park, at the end of Wireless Road, is recommended for those wanting a natural tonic. Read More...

 
Chinatown Attractions

There are many things to see in Chinatown and the whole experience is impressive. The biggest variety of easteries and shops are located along Yaowarat and Charoen Krung roads. Read More...

Khao San Road Attractions

Khao San Road's location in the Old City (Rattanakosin) makes it an ideal base from which to explore the city's classic attractions. That's not to say there's nothing to look at or admire. Read More...

 
Old City Attractions

The majesty and grandeur of Rattanakosin's temples, palaces and pavilions, which date back to the beginning of the Chakri Dynasty and the foundation of the new capital, rarely disappoint. Read More...

Ratchaprasong Attractions

Aside from world-class shopping in Ratchaprasong, visitors can take in a movie at several cinema complexes, sling balls down bowling alleys, or serenade friends in karaoke booths. Read More...

 
Riverside Attractions

Many of Bangkok's most famous attractions are located along the river banks, the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew). Read More...


 

Sathorn Attractions

At one end, there's Lumpini Park and the Lumpini Boxing Stadium, and at the other, the Sathon Pier where you can take the river taxi to explore the Chao Phraya River. Read More...

 
Siam Attractions

With trendy boutiques and major shopping malls in the area, Siam is a playground where local teenagers meet, hang out and shop! Cinemas, bowling alleys & karaoke booths are ubiquitous. Read More...

Silom Attractions

While there's plenty to see in Silom, the area is short on traditional attractions. The multi-coloured Sri Mariamman Hindu temple and Lumpini Boxing Stadium are worth checking out. Read More...

 
Sukhumvit Attractions

Sukhumvit has few temples and traditional architecture to explore. Instead what lends Sukhumvit its magnetism is its modern face: trendy shopping malls, restaurants and nightlife. Read More...

Victory Monument Attractions

Sightseeing is not a selling point of the Victory Monument area. It’s more a land transport hub, where you can connect from the BTS Skytrain to public vans and buses to the outskirts of Bangkok. Read More...


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