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Bangkok’s rich history and vibrant culture make for incredible sightseeing. History buffs, architecture lovers, and travel junkies will be spoilt for choice.

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Ganesha's Shrine

In need of some divine blessings? Head to Ganesha's Shrine, he embodies success, wisdom, and wealth, revered by Hindus and Buddhists alike in Thailand. You'll find him at the Huay Kwang Intersection, with his single tusk, cradling symbols of divine significance.

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Erawan Shrine

Thailand is known for its glittering temples, wats, and pagodas. The famous Erawan Shrine is one of the most visited Hindu shrines in the nation. Here you'll find worshippers offering incense, garlands of flowers, prayers and paying for traditional Thai dances to be performed for the deity.

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Lumpini Park

If you're looking for wide, green open spaces in Bangkok, look no further than our own version of Central Park: Lumpini Park. Spanning 142 acres the park dates back to the time of King Rama VI.

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The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)

Up and coming artists? International greats? Contemporary art installations? Head to the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC), where an eclectic array of exhibitions showcasing art, music, design, film, theatre and more are available to browse year-round.

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Jim Thompson

The history of Thailand’s silk industry is a fascinating one. The man responsible for putting Thai silk on the map is Jim Thompson, who mysteriously disappeared one day in Malaysia, never to be seen again. His house is now a popular attraction and museum that stands as a testament to his architectural vision and his unique collection Asian antiquities and artworks.

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Suan Pakkad Palace Museum

“Suan Pakkad” means “lettuce farm” in Thai, as the Suan Pakkad Palace Museum was once a lettuce farm. This is the former royal residence of Princess Chambon of Nakhon Sawan.

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Snake Farm, Red Cross Institute

Snakes are some of the most misunderstood creatures on the planet. We don't need to tell you why they have such a bad rap. But you can learn about how beneficial they are at the Snake Farm in the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, also known as the Red Cross Institute.

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The Grand Palace

This just might be the most dazzling and captivating of Bangkok's attractions. Visitors to the Grand Palace are enthralled by its magnificence and splendor. Built in the 1700’s, the Grand Palace served as the royal abode for Thai kings for over a century and a half, while being the base of the nation’s administrative power.

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The Temple of Dawn

Poised for the best IG shots along the Chao Phraya River is Wat Arun, rising majestically to the sky. Also known as the Temple of Dawn, its stunning structure was completed in the 17th century; featuring a Khmer style tower that is around 82-meters in height. At one point, this sacred site housed the Emerald Buddha for a time.

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Shrewsbury International School

Shrewsbury International School Bangkok City Campus is an international day school for boys and girls aged 3-11 years old.

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Piyavate International Hospital

Piyavate International Hospital is a publicly-owned hospital and wellness facility.

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Praram 9 Hospital

Praram 9 Hospital was established by a group of professional and specialized physicians from various medical disciplines.

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Royal City Avenue (RCA)

Royal City Avenue, known to the locals and expats as RCA, is one of Bangkok's nightlife hubs. It's an officially designated nightlife district with club nights every day of the week.

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Bangkok Hospital

Bangkok Hospital, established in 1972, was one of the first private hospitals in Thailand.

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Phra Ram 9 MRT Station

Easily connect to Bangkoks MRT and BTS train systems at Phra Ram 9 MRT Station, a subway station on the Blue Line of the MRT.

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G-Tower

This striking G-shaped building takes pride of place on the busy Rama IX and Ratchadaphisek intersection.

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The Ninth Towers Grand Rama 9

The Ninth Towers Grand Rama 9 are two office towers, where one is 36-stories and the other is 34-stories with a 3-storey retail atrium.

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The Thailand Cultural Centre

The Thailand Cultural Centre is the center of Thai cultural preservation in Bangkok. Founded in 1983, visitors get to experience exhibitions, as well as dance, musical, and theatrical performances here.

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Wat Praram Kao Kanchanapisek

Wat Praram Kao Kanchanapisek is a Buddhist temple built in 1995.

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EasyKart BANGKOK (RCA)

If speed if your thing, then look no further than EasyKart BANGKOK (RCA), one of the largest indoor go karting tracks in Asia. Located in Royal City Avenue (RCA), the track is a twisting challenge with changes in elevation, hairpins and more all to test your racing line.

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Sukhumvit Road

Sukhumvit Road is one of Bangkok's main thoroughfares. Along its vast length you'll find apartment blocks, offices, the BTS running above ground and the MRT running below it.

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The EMsphere

The newly opened EMsphere, a central feature of The EMdistrict in Bangkok's Sukhumvit area, represents an innovative concept in retail.

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Phra Athit Road

Along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Phra Athit Road is a collection of charming shophouses from the turn of the last century, hipster-friendly areas, restaurants and bars that keep the vibe going with live music.

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Suvarnabhumi International Airport

Suvarnabhumi International Airport is the biggest in the country, and the twentieth busiest airport in the world, handling more than 50 million passengers annually.

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Phrom Phong BTS Station

The Phrom Phong BTS Station in Bangkok is surrounded by diverse shops, malls, and restaurants, catering to local Japanese and Korean communities.

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BTS Siam Station

Siam is the center for everything fashionable and trendy in Bangkok, all easily accessible via the BTS Siam Station.

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Wat Ratchanatdaram Worawihan

Nestled in the grounds of Wat Ratchanatdaram Worawihan, Loha Prasat is known as the “metal castle”. It was built in 1846, and is 36 meters featuring 37 spires made of metal, each symbolizing the 37 virtues leading to enlightenment.

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Wat Benchamabophit

Known as the Marble Temple, Wat Benchamabophit will leave you breathless. Built in true Thai architectural fashion, this is one of the nation’s most renowned places of worship.

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The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles is housed in a centuries-old building. This museum is the first dedicated textile conservation laboratory in Thailand. It was remodeled under His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, becoming a blend of ancient architecture and modern technology.

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Benjakiti Park

For a smaller park than Lumpini, and one close the Sukhumvit area, Benjakiti Park is the one for you. You'll find it by the Emporium shopping mall, with its green lawns, lake with fountain, and its many shaded spots, and running and cycling pathways.