What can we see in Bangkok?


Parks

There are more than 10 public parks scattered across Bangkok. These incredible restorative areas are the "lungs" that people in the capital need, and sometimes they are a center of cultural events. Below are the major public parks in Bangkok:

In addition, there are public parks for entertainment such as the Khao Din Wana Zoo and private entertainment parks such as Suan Siam, Safari World and Dream World.

Cruise along the Chao Phraya River is another landmark of Bangkok. On board this river express you can spend 90 unforgettable minutes.

Bangkok's densely populated capital, Thailand, is the center for many activities, including a large number of cultural events. There are currently many agencies and organizations that organize a variety of different entertainment for residents during their weekends. These include an electric tram and bicycle ride on the island of Rattanakosin. The Bangkok Tourism Center has secured the electric tram to resurrect the idea of ​​using trams as it was 50 years ago. The electric tram runs on Saturdays and Sundays and departs from Bangkok City Hall every hour from 10 to 21 hours. He makes a round on the island of Ratanakosin. In addition to the electric tram to learn the island's history, the Bangkok Tourism Center organizes bicycling every Saturday.

The National Museum is a place that gathers important works of art and antiques. In addition to this museum, the Royal Museum and the National Science Museum can also be seen.

Private museums: The Suan Phakkad Palace , the Prasaf Museum, the Jim Thompson Museum, the Ceramics and Pottery Museum and the Wax Museum are the most popular private museums in and around Bangkok.

Museums and galleries

The National Art Gallery is located on Chao Fa Blvd at the foot of the Phra Pin Klao Bridge. It is the center for exhibitions of ancient and traditional Thai works of art as well as the contemporary art of famous Thai artists. In addition, here are the oil paintings of King Rama VI and King Rama IX.

The Chalerm Krung Theater was built on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Bangkok in 1932. At that time it was the most modern theater in Asia. The theater was then rebuilt and built as a modern cinema theater equipped with special laser devices and multivision systems for various kinds of performances such as khon, drama and old films. Sometimes film festivals and cultural events take place in this theater.

Shopping centers

The World Trade Center , with its duty-free shop, Narayana Phand , Central Department Store, Siam Square and Shopping Center are just some of the many places in Bangkok, where tourists and locals are offered an extremely wide variety of goods.