In every major city there are many places whereYou can walk and relax, relax, play sports, learn a lot and get a lot of impressions. Bangkok is not an exception here. If you are in this wonderful city of Thailand and do not know where to put yourself, our article will help to solve your problem. In Bangkok, you can just move in the direction "where the eyes look" and almost everywhere stumble upon everything interesting and amazing.
The most interesting places in Bangkok
The Grand Royal Palace. This structure consists of several temples and palaces, is the main one in Bangkok. Its construction dates back to 1782. The palace serves as the king's current residence. To visit tourists are open sanctuaries, temples and several throne rooms.
Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum and the Oceanarium. These two "attractions" are located at the bottom of the Siam Paragon shopping center. Each hall of the Madame Tussauds Museum has its own theme: politics, art, science, sport, world music stars and cinema. Among the exhibits are many figures of Thai idols. In the aquarium you can admire the inhabitants of sea waters: sharks, penguins and many others. In the very center there is a huge bookstore, clothes of various brands, a department of sporting goods, etc.
Market Chatuchak. Here, you can buy everything that comes up to your head inexpensively. In an incredibly huge market, food, clothing, animals, antiques and many other things that are available in Thailand are sold.
Bayok Sky Hotel. This is the tallest skyscraper in Thailand. It has 84 floors and a height of 304 m. The hotel's observation deck gives a magnificent view of Bangkok, especially 20 minutes before sunset and at night. The seventy-seventh floor of the skyscraper is assigned to a public observatory. Lift elevator, of course, paid. If there is a desire, you can even walk up to the roof, but before that it is worthwhile to think carefully.
Lumpini Park. Very good place for relaxation. There is an opportunity to lie on the grass, feed in the river of large fish, go roller-skating or skate. In the park, if you're lucky, you can see the lizards. They are harmless
Safari. A park for popular entertainment in Bangkok. Various shows with orangutans, sea lions and cowboy shows are held here. The territory of the park is divided into two parts - Marine Park and Safari Park. By Marin Park you can walk and feed elephants and giraffes. By Safari, the park is moved by bus, as here the animals walk freely around the park.
Snake farm. Quite an impressive sight of catching poisonous snakes with your bare hands. During the show, the guide gives interesting different facts and passes anti-poison treatment.
Temple of the reclining Buddha. In Bangkok it is the largest and oldest temple. It was erected in 1688-1703. The Buddha statue has a length of 46 m, beautiful gilding and feet, decorated with pearls. One hundred eight vessels of bronze, set along the walls, surround the statue.
Temple of the Golden Buddha. Admire the statue of the golden Buddha. The material of its manufacture is pure gold. The monument weighs 5.5 tons at a height of 3 meters. The sculpture's eyes are made of pearls and black sapphires. Buddha's age is 700 years old.
Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It is located near the Royal Palace. Everyone in Thailand is honored for the duty to visit the temple and see the humble statue of Buddha.
Temple of the morning dawn. This temple is located across the river opposite the reclining Buddha. Its height reaches 88 m. In the evening, the Temple of the morning dawn is illuminated with spotlights. From the opposite river bank at the same time a delightful view opens.
Museum of the Royal Barges. The exposition of the museum is represented by royal barges, which were used as military vessels. Their other purpose is solemn Thai ceremonies.
In the framework of this article, we only covered a tenthPart of the exotic places of Bangkok. This multifaceted city can truly satisfy the most refined taste of any tourist. Welcome to the Kingdom of Thailand!
Have a nice trip!