12 Unique Things to Do in Bangkok!

12 Unique Things to Do in Bangkok!

Bangkok, the capital of the 'Land of Smiles,' is a vibrant metropolis at the heart of Thailand. Each year, it attracts millions of visitors drawn to its historical sites, renowned international cuisine, and majestic golden temples.

To satisfy our readers eager to discover their future destination through our articles, we have carefully prepared a list of must-do unique activities in Bangkok. In addition to exciting suggestions, we will also share practical tips and weather information to help you plan your activities accordingly and enjoy your trip to the fullest.

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Written by Adam LE (Local Expert) Updated on 06-04-2024
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1. Bangkok or Krung Thep Maha Nakhon: Which name?

Bangkok, located at the heart of Thailand, is the capital and largest city of the country. It is nestled within the Chao Phraya River delta, intertwined with numerous khlongs, canals that branch out from this mighty river. Due to its economic growth and increasing tourist popularity, Bangkok has become one of the most influential and modern cities in Southeast Asia, even the most visited destination in the world, surpassing renowned cities such as Paris and London.

Bangkok made its entry into the Guinness World Records with its new 163-character name, causing global astonishment and some controversy. Since 2022, the decision to replace 'Bangkok' with 'Krung Thep Maha Nakhon' has been supported by the Minister of Culture and the government.

The panoramic view of the city of Bangkok

It is worth noting that 'Krung Thep Maha Nakhon' is actually an abbreviation, and its full name is even longer: 'Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit'.

Which means "City of angels, the great city of immortals, magnificent city of the nine gems, the seat of the king, city of royal palaces, home of gods incarnate, erected by Visvakarman at Indra's behest".

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Bangkok is nestled within the Chao Phraya River delta.
Bangkok is nestled within the Chao Phraya River delta.

2. Exploring Bangkok: What To Do in the Thai Capital?

2.1 Admiring the graceful majesty of Bangkok's temples

In Thailand, Buddhism is widely practiced, with 94% of the population adhering to it. Temples play a central role in the spiritual life of Thais, offering a peaceful and captivating atmosphere to visitors from around the world.

More than 30,000 temples are active, among which the most popular ones include Wat Phra Kaeo, located behind the outer area of the Grand Palace. A visit to Wat Phra Kaeo would not be complete without stopping by the emerald Buddha statue, dating back to the 15th century, and adorned with three different gold outfits according to the seasons.

Wat Phra Kaew
Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Arun, or the Temple of Dawn, is a favored site among Buddhist practitioners and international travelers. It is famous for its porcelain fragments covering its prangs and its architecture inspired by Mount Meru, the center of the universe according to Buddhist mythology.

To the east of the Chao Phraya River and south of the Grand Palace lies the majestic Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. This temple is famous for its carved marble slabs depicting ancient scenes of wisdom, numbering 1,140. These marble slabs have also been recognized by UNESCO.

The majestic Wat Pho
The majestic Wat Pho

2.2 Taking a cruise on the Chao Phraya River

The Chao Phraya is the third-largest river in Thailand, after the Mekong and the Salween. It traverses the country, winding between skyscrapers and historical monuments, playing an essential role in various sectors such as transportation and commerce.

At the heart of this aquatic splendor, the activity cherished by hundreds of thousands of tourists is the dinner cruise. Imagine yourself aboard a huge boat at dusk, sailing along the Chao Phraya, savoring the country's finest dishes, all accompanied by live music. A magnificent spectacle, isn't it?

In addition to that, you can discover the capital's historical monuments from a different perspective as the city gradually lights up with neon. This spectacle will surely impress you.

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Take a cruise on the Chao Phraya River
Take a cruise on the Chao Phraya River

2.3 Visiting Bangkok's museums and discovering Thai art and history

Cultural values ​​are definitely a motivation for traveling to Thailand. Museums are essential for art and history enthusiasts. The capital's museums house historical relics, religious objects, and contemporary artworks.

The Bangkok National Museum, the oldest and largest in Thailand, showcases an extensive collection of ancient objects belonging to historical figures and the royal family. The Jim Thompson Museum also preserves a precious collection including Buddha statues, Chinese ceramics, and textiles.

The MOCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, exhibits over 800 works exploring themes of contemporary society. Other major museums in Bangkok, such as the Royal Barges National Museum, the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, and the Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), also offer enriching experiences to discover Thai culture and history.

Bangkok National Museum
Bangkok National Museum

2.4 Indulge in Bangkok's Famous Street Food at the Local Market

If you've missed visiting these markets, you've missed out on an important culinary experience. The colorful stalls brimming with local produce create a lively and energizing atmosphere.

Famous markets in Bangkok, such as Chatuchak, Jodd Fairs, and Wang Lang Market, offer a vibrant and festive atmosphere, with music, twinkling lights, and delightful aromas.

These markets are also filled with must-try Thai cuisine stalls. Among the essential specialties, you'll find Pad Thai (Thai stir-fried noodles), Tom Yum (lemongrass and shrimp soup), Gaeng Kaew Wan Gai (green curry chicken), Som Tam (green papaya salad), and many other delights to discover.

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Chatuchak, the liveliest market in Bangkok
Chatuchak, the liveliest market in Bangkok

2.5 Visit the Grand Palace or the Royal Palace

The Grand Palace, also known as the Royal Palace, is Thailand's cultural treasure and the official residence of past Thai kings. It holds a central place in the hearts of the Thai people and reflects the country's creativity and craftsmanship through its magnificent architecture and intricate details.

The Grand Palace was built in 1782 when King Rama I decided to move the capital from Thonburi to Bangkok. Located on the "Rattanakosin" island, the palace was initially made of solid wood for financial reasons, then gradually replaced with masonry with the addition of new buildings by successors.

The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace

Today, the Grand Palace is a tourist attraction, but only the outer areas, housing administrative, military, and treasury offices, as well as the central area, including the king's main residence and meeting halls, are open to the public. The inner area, reserved for the harem and its daughters, remains off-limits to the public.

Practical Information and Tips:

  • Address: Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200
  • Opening hours: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm daily
  • Entrance ticket price: 500 bahts (approximately $14)

Appropriate attire is required when visiting the Grand Palace. If you don't have one, a shop at the palace entrance offers clothing. Flip-flops, shorts, and tank tops are prohibited, but sandals with socks are allowed.

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2.6 Take a Boat Ride Through Bangkok's Floating Markets

Floating markets have long been part of the daily life of Thais before becoming tourist attractions. The Damnoen Saduak floating market, dating back to the reign of King Rama IV, is the most well-known among tourists. On colorful boats filled with goods, you can discover another side of Bangkok and find a variety of products such as food, clothing, and souvenirs.

However, Damnoen Saduak is not the only floating market in Bangkok. Markets like Taling Chan, Bang Nam Pheung, and Amphawa are also very interesting to explore, each offering its own specialty and unique atmosphere.

Bangkok Floating Market
Bangkok Floating Market

2.7 Explore Vibrant Neighborhoods and Discover Bangkok's Nightlife

In addition to night markets, Bangkok also offers vibrant neighborhoods that provide memorable experiences at the heart of the capital.

The bustling Khao San Road district is a must-visit. It is the liveliest and most popular district in all of Thailand, mainly attracting young travelers. In the evening, Khao San Road comes alive with neon signs, electronic music, street performances, and lively parties. An authentic and unique atmosphere to experience.

Let's not forget Bangkok's magical neighborhoods such as Chinatown, Soi Ari, and Victory Monument, also known for hosting the best restaurants and bars where you can enjoy delicious cocktails as well as Thai and Western specialties.

Bangkok nightlife
Bangkok nightlife

2.8 Attend a Traditional Thai Dance Show

Khon, an important traditional show in Thailand, represents spiritual and moral values. Khon is a form of traditional Thai dance-drama that stages epic episodes from Hindu literature, such as the Ramayana. Khon performances involve sumptuous costumes, masks, and elegant choreographed movements, creating a captivating and visually impressive spectacle.

The entrance ticket for the Grand Palace often includes a ticket to watch a Khon performance at the Royal Sala Chalermkrung Theatre, lasting about 25 minutes. If you miss this performance, don't worry, as many other tourist complexes also offer this show.

Khon, a spectacle not to be missed during your stay in Bangkok.
Khon,a must-visit spectacleduring your stay in Bangkok.

2.9 Attend a Muay Thai Fight, the Famous Thai Martial Art

If you're not into dancing, why not attend a Thai boxing match? Muay Thai (Thai boxing), the national sport of Thailand, has a history dating back over 600 years. "Muay" means "boxing" in Thai, making Muay Thai "Thai boxing." It is an essential component of Thai culture worth discovering during a cultural exploration.

Rajadamnern, Lumpini, and Channel 7 stadiums are must-visit destinations to watch live matches. Ticket prices for Rajadamnern and Lumpini stadiums usually range from 1000 to 2800 bahts depending on the location, while entry to Channel 7 stadium is free.

Muay Thai (Thai boxing), the national sport of Thailand
Muay Thai (Thai boxing), the national sport of Thailand

2.10 Attend a Traditional Thai Cooking Class

Bangkok is famous for its enticing street food in night markets and bustling streets, offering an authentic experience of Thai cuisine. For gourmet enthusiasts, the city also houses Michelin-starred restaurants, offering exceptional culinary experiences in an elegant setting. A paradise for foodies eager for new discoveries.

As a tourist, you can also participate in cooking classes in Bangkok. Renowned cooking schools like Sompong Original Thai Cooking or Silom Thai Cooking School offer individual or group classes led by certified and experienced chefs. You'll have the opportunity to explore local ingredients and specific cooking techniques to create unique flavors characteristic of this magnificent cuisine.

 Attend a Traditional Thai Cooking Class
 Attend a Traditional Thai Cooking Class

2.11 Take a Tuk-Tuk Tour Around Bangkok

Nothing symbolizes Bangkok's transportation better than the colorful tuk-tuks that roam the city. Visitors often opt for tuk-tuks to explore Bangkok differently. These three-wheeled motorized vehicles can accommodate up to 6 people, and those you find in tourist areas are usually modern and beautifully decorated. Some even come equipped with speakers for you to enjoy pleasant music during your capital exploration.

However, it is recommended to be cautious in Bangkok to avoid scams. It is important to negotiate prices beforehand. Despite this, taking a tuk-tuk tour remains an interesting experience to discover local life and the vibrant atmosphere of the city.

Nothing symbolizes transportation in Bangkok better than tuk-tuks
Nothing symbolizes transportation in Bangkok better than tuk-tuks

2.12 Luxury Shopping in Shopping Malls

Shopping is an essential part of any trip. It's no wonder Bangkok is called the "shopping paradise." Indeed, the capital is home to many shopping malls and boutiques offering thousands of products such as clothing, high-tech items, souvenirs, and much more.

Among the most popular, it is impossible not to mention the Central World. It is the most well-known shopping mall for tourists. Additionally, you can also visit the massive shopping malls Siam Paragon and Icon Siam, where you'll find luxury brand stores like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, and many others.

However, if you want to shop while managing your budget, opt for open-air day and night markets, which offer more advantages. These gigantic markets can also provide you with a multitude of affordable souvenirs.

Shopping is an essential part of any trip
Shopping is an essential part of any trip

Relax and Pamper Yourself with a Traditional Thai Massage

What could be more enjoyable than relaxing in a spa, bathed in a peaceful and serene atmosphere? After exploring different places all day, nothing beats a traditional Thai massage to replenish your energy.

Thai massage is a globally recognized treatment method of which Thais are proud. In 2019, UNESCO officially inscribed Nuad Thai on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, thus testifying to the value and importance of this therapeutic art.

The capital is renowned for its massage parlors offering a wide range of treatments from head to toe. By combining different massage techniques and stretches, in just a few minutes, you can benefit from the advantages of this practice, promoting relaxation, improving blood circulation, and relieving muscle tension.

Relax and Pamper Yourself with a Traditional Thai Massage
Relax and Pamper Yourself with a Traditional Thai Massage

3. What Are the Best Times to Visit Bangkok?

The ideal time to visit Bangkok is during the months when the weather is cool, the sky is clear, the wind is light, and rainfall is rare. Therefore, you can visit Bangkok all year round, except during the flood season in September and October when water levels in rivers can quickly rise due to heavy rains, leading to potential flooding. In April, temperatures are generally high, sometimes reaching 40 degrees. If you want to avoid the heat, you can also avoid the months of March and April.

If you travel to Bangkok in November, you'll have the chance to attend one of Thailand's most beautiful festivals, Loy Krathong. This festival celebrates the end of the rainy season and is marked by thousands of illuminated lanterns released on the Chao Phraya River, creating a magnificent spectacle.

Night View in Bangkok
Night View in Bangkok

4. How to Get to Bangkok?

You can find many daily flights to Bangkok offered by different airlines on online booking sites. Ticket prices may vary depending on the departure date, with fares usually higher during the summer than during the winter.

It is recommended to book your plane ticket 5 to 6 months in advance to benefit from advantageous fares. However, note that direct flights are available only via Thai Airways, the national airline, or Air France. If you prefer cheaper options, some airlines offer flights with layovers. By planning your trip in advance and exploring different airlines, you can find attractive deals for your flight to Bangkok.

Thai Airways
Thai Airways

Our Final Words

Visiting Bangkok, the Thai capital, offers an exceptional experience where contrasts meet harmoniously. With its diversity of experiences and unique atmosphere, Bangkok deserves a place among your favorite tourist destinations. If this article has piqued your interest, feel free to contact us for more information and to plan your trip.

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Rebecca Scarlett22 Feb 2024
Great article! Do you guys have any tours that last 10 days in Thai btw?
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We really appreciate your compliment! The answer is Yes, we do offer tours that last for 10 days in Thailand. You can check out our suggested itinerary here: Thailand 10-Day Itinerary. Let us know if there's anything else we can help!

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