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The Grand Palace
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By Christa Rolls of Expedition Wildlife: The Grand Palace is easily one of the most popular destinations in Bangkok, and the stunning complex of buildings, temples, and colonnades with ornate art and architecture is worth a visit. The Palace was the official residence of Siam and Thai royalty dating back to the 1700’s, and its beauty is jaw-dropping. Be sure to arrive early in the morning to beat the crowds, and bring lots of water along with you. Covering of shoulders and knees is also required for entry. 
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Chatuchak Weekend Market
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Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok
Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok
Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok
Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok
Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok
The market really comes to life at night. Source: FadiBarghouthy (Shutterstock) With 8000 stalls and 27 acres of fully cramped space, Chatuchak Market is the largest market in Thailand and one of the best places to visit in Bangkok! The colors, sounds, and smells make for a great experience! With over 200,000 customers frequenting its vendors, you can just imagine the experience! From clothing and food to ornaments and relics, there is absolutely everything you can imagine here. Open every Saturday and Sunday, Chatuchak Market is affordable, intricate, and vast. Make sure to .....take a map so you don’t get lost in this labyrinth of sites and sounds.   Show less
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Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho)
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Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho), Bangkok
Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho), Bangkok
Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho), Bangkok
Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho), Bangkok
By Eloise of My Favourite Escapes: Visiting Wat Pho is one of the most popular things to do in Bangkok. Only a few minutes’ walk away from the famous Grand Palace, Bangkok’s largest temple is on every Bangkok itinerary. All tourists want to see the impressive 46-meter long reclining Buddha. The rest of the temple is a lot more serene and quiet, yet fascinating. It’s also known to be the birthplace of traditional massage, so why not try it there? 
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Lumphini Park
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Lumphini Park, Bangkok
Lumphini Park, Bangkok
Lumphini Park, Bangkok
Lumphini Park, Bangkok
Lumphini Park, Bangkok
If the sounds of the tuk-tuks and the air pollution are getting to you, then get yourself to Lumphini Park. Seriously, this place is a breath of fresh air compared to the hustle and bustle of the busy city. A public park with an abundance of grassed areas, trees, shade and wildlife, it’s the perfect place to head to if you’re needing to find some zen. You’ll see plenty of running clubs, Tai chi enthusiasts and school groups while you’re here, but be on the lookout for the monitor lizards .....that roam freely! There’s also some pretty cool free gym equipment on offer to promote a healthy lifestyle, but my favourite is the old school muscle/body building gym. For 50 THB, you can do a workout with some of the heaviest, but oldest pieces of gym equipment you’ve ever seen. Show less
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Siam Paragon
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Siam Paragon, Bangkok
Siam Paragon, Bangkok
After the market we made our way down to Siam Paragon mall which is one of the newer big malls in town.  There wasn’t much to shop around for as it was almost purely brand names so we just went down to the basement floor to eat in the food court.  We had some fried fish (Candie’s recommendation) and picked up some other goodies too.
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Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market
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Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, Bangkok
Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, Bangkok
Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, Bangkok
Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, Bangkok
Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, Bangkok
By Natalie Deduck of  Love and Road: A trip to Bangkok must have a visit to a floating market and you can choose to visit the famous ones or go local. Klong Lad Mayom is located at Bangkok outskirts and it’s open only on weekends. You’ll need a taxi or a tour guide to take you there, as it is quite far from public transportation and can be tricky to find the location. There you’ll find many shops and boats selling from fruits & veggies to delicious Thai dishes. For a small .....fee, you can go on a boat trip along the canals, passing by a local temple, an orchid farm, and old Thai houses. If it’s your first time in Bangkok I would recommend go to a busy floating market and to Klong Lad Mayom so you can spot the difference and have both experiences. Show less
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Wat Arun
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Wat Arun, Bangkok
By Julianna Barnaby of The Discoveries Of: Wat Arun Ratchawararam (Wat Arun for short) is one of the must-see spots in Bangkok. This gorgeous temple is set in a beautiful location on the Chao Phraya River and is one of my favourite spots in Thailand. The temple, whose name translates as The Temple of the Dawn is pretty striking – a series of white structures decorated with intricate tiling in a number of colours. Get there early if you can, it looks absolutely spectacular in the first light of the day. 
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Yaowarat Road
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Yaowarat Road, Bangkok
Yaowarat Road, Bangkok
Yaowarat Road, Bangkok
Yaowarat Road, Bangkok
Yaowarat Road, Bangkok
Yaowarat Road, Bangkok
By Noel Morata of Travel Photo Discovery: Bustling, colourful and chaotic, the city’s expansive Chinatown is full of hidden gems found in the hidden areas and courtyards in this wonderful neighbourhood. Part of the fun in exploring Chinatown is to check out all the amazing tropical fruits, local street foods and snacks and cheap fun souvenirs that you can find along the way. It’s fun to walk around the various markets and photograph the colourful street scenes like sidewalk barbers, beauticians and gold shops. (For more information and insight, check out my Bangkok Chinatown post here).
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Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center
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Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center, Bangkok
Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center, Bangkok
Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center, Bangkok
Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center, Bangkok
Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center, Bangkok
Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center, Bangkok
source: saiko3p (shutterstock) Renowned throughout the world, Thai silk is one of the country’s biggest locally-produced exports! Much of what Thai silk production looks like today, started at the Jim Thompson House! The house is made up of six traditional Thai houses, constructed in 1959. Well maintained and left remarkably untouched since their completion, these houses are now a museum for the history of silk-weaving in Thailand! You’ll also get to see what remains of the traditional silk-weaving communities! The famous “House of Uncle Aood” still remains as the last family from the .....Baan Krua community to continue their silk business today!   Show less
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Golden Mountain bangkok
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Golden Mountain bangkok, Bangkok
Golden Mountain bangkok, Bangkok
Golden Mountain bangkok, Bangkok
By Patrick of the German Backpacker: If you’re looking for a less visited attraction in Bangkok head to the Golden Mount Temple (Wat Saket) located directly in the old Rattanakosin city centre. This golden temple is placed on a small hill and you’ll need to make your way to the top barefoot up the stairs. There’s a viewing platform on top with a big golden pagoda, from where you’ll have a great view of the city and the nearby temples.
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Thipsamai
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Thipsamai, Bangkok
Thipsamai, Bangkok
By Jen Ruiz of Jen on a Jet Plane: Where can you find the best Pad Thai in Bangkok? If the crowds are any indication, the answer is at Pad Thai Thip Samai. This restaurant has a line that spans not only out the door, but down the block. They sell one thing and one thing only–Pad Thai. With a limited cash menu and staff cranking out this signature dish left and right, you’d think it would be disappointing. Quite the contrary — my shrimp Pad Thai was fresh, flavorful and .....finished in its entirety. We were served hand squeezed tangerine juice with pulp to boot, the perfect complement.  Show less
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National Museum
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National Museum, Bangkok
National Museum, Bangkok
National Museum, Bangkok
National Museum, Bangkok
National Museum, Bangkok
By Danni of Live in 10 Countries: To dig deep into Thailand’s fascinating past, incredible history and future strengths – you need to check out The National Museum. It has some of the most ornate and beautiful temples in its gardens, plus a host of statues and curios inside. And it makes a perfect tranquil oasis after the heat and bustle of the city. Open Wednesday to Sunday, this is worth building into your layover or longer itinerary.
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Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan
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Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan, Bangkok
Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan, Bangkok
Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan, Bangkok
Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan, Bangkok
Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan, Bangkok
By Verislav of the Global Castaway: One of the coolest and most underrated attractions in Bangkok is the Wat Traimit aka the Temple of the Golden Buddha!  Unlike other “golden” statues, this Buddha is truly made of gold, 5500 kilograms of gold to be exact! The statues story is quite a curious one too. While its origin is uncertain, what is known is that the golden Buddha was covered with a layer of stucco and coloured glass for almost 200 years. Hiding its real value, the cast was situated in a .....minor insignificant pagoda until one day the plaster was chipped off by mistake and the gold revealed. (Located near the Hua Lamphong Train Station / MRT).  Show less
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Khaosan Road
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Khaosan Road, Bangkok
Khaosan Road, Bangkok
Khaosan Road, Bangkok
Khaosan Road, Bangkok
Khaosan Road, Bangkok
The Bangkok protests have remained surprisingly, non-violent to date and while there was little expectation of aggressive protesters, there was always the likeliness of attacks from the outside, attacks from militant reds and ‘third parties’ who like to stir up a bit of shit. Fortunately any violent scenario is deterred by the army who hold the sidelines, if things do kick off there is always the possibility of a coup; which neither side want. So now the situation stands as a stalemate, the pressure no doubt on the Government’s shoulders. .....While they can ignore the shouts for reform they cannot ignore their empty offices. Adding to their woes the Government and PM have mounting investigations of corruption and thousands of farmers have now joined protests in their own Northern strongholds. It’s not a great time to be in Government. Anyway the egos are holding for now and the protests remain a likely backdrop in Bangkok for the foreseeable future. This does not mean tourists should cancel travel; while Bangkok is not the ideal place to be right now I wouldn’t say it is a dangerous place to be. If you do have jitters you’ll find few problems travelling to other parts of Thailand. For those who chose to stick it out in Bangkok, stay with hotels away from the protest sites and don’t expect travel to be easy in the city centre (but you maybe fine). While I’ve been in Bangkok through many protests I can say these are the least intimidating to date. Unlike former red protests they bare little anger or aggression and are more upbeat, positive and not for underlying tensions… fun. Anyway here is what to expect at the protest sites in Bangkok city centre Sukhumvit (Asoke) and Silom. *Update, the first daylight attack happened today (18th Jan) on a protest march in Pathumwan. A few injured. Marches will always be easier targets than the camp sites, avoid them. Also avoid Suthep, the reds don’t like him.    Show less
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Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise
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Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok
Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok
Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok
Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok
Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok
Supanniga Cruise : Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok
Source: eFesenko (Shutterstock) The Chai Phraya River is in many ways a lot like the Venician Delta, whereby the city is entirely built around it. Like Venice, Bangkok is also filled with little canals that flow into the main river. One of the more popular things to do in Bangkok is to take a trip along what the locals refer to as “the lifeblood of Bangkok.” Ferry down the river, admire the scenery, and see the Thai people hard at work! From fancy hotels to traditional wooden shacks, a boat trip along the .....Chai Phraya will show you the heart of Bangkok!   Show less
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Floating Market Bangkok Tour Agency
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Floating Market Bangkok Tour Agency, Bangkok
Floating Market Bangkok Tour Agency, Bangkok
Floating Market Bangkok Tour Agency, Bangkok
Floating Market Bangkok Tour Agency, Bangkok
Floating Market Bangkok Tour Agency, Bangkok
Travelers love to visit the many markets of Southeast Asia, so it makes sense that the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is one of the most popular Bangkok day trips. Located in Ratchaburi Province, to the west of Bangkok, this particular floating market is popular due to its scale, and travelers can’t get enough of its vibrant energy. The market is reached by taking a ride along canals in a longtail boat to give a sense of what local life is like. But the ride isn’t long and you’ll soon find .....yourself immersed in the motion of the Damnoen Saduak floating market. Both from the docks and in boats vendors sell everything from produce, like fruits and vegetables, to souvenirs, and even freshly made meals. So whether you’re a photographer, a shopper, or a foodie, everyone gets something out of a visit here. Getting there: There are hourly buses and minivans that make the 2 hour trip to the Damnoen Saduak floating market. But a simpler approach is to visit with an organized tour which will handle all the transport for you. Book Tour to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Show less
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Hua Hin Beach
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Hua Hin Beach, Bangkok
Hua Hin Beach, Bangkok
Hua Hin Beach, Bangkok
Hua Hin Beach, Bangkok
Hua Hin Beach, Bangkok
Once the beach getaway for Thailand’s Royal Family, the seaside city of Hua Hin is now a beach resort for all. Whereas Pattaya is known for its adult nightlife, Hua Hin appeals to a much broader cross-section of travelers. While there may only be one beach here, Hua Hin Beach, it does stretch from one end of town to the other and is great for swimming. Other popular spots here include Plearnwan, a model village of life in Hua Hin during the 50s, full of shopping spots and places to .....eat. There are also several attractions associated with the Thai Royal Family, like Mrigadayavan Palace which was once the royal beach retreat, and Rajabhakti Park which honors former kings of Thailand. Getting there: With both train and bus options to Hua Hin taking well over 3½ hours, it’s best to look at arranging private transport for your day trip to Hua Hin. Show less
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Calypso Cabaret
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Calypso Cabaret, Bangkok
Calypso Cabaret, Bangkok
Calypso Cabaret, Bangkok
Calypso Cabaret, Bangkok
Calypso Cabaret, Bangkok
Lyn & Steve Baker of A Hole in my Shoe: Offering a rich and ancient culture, Bangkok is an enchanting city on the Chao Praya River.  Chao Praya River is included in many sightseeing itineraries, alive with traditional long-tail boats, passenger ferries, cargo boats and on the left bank is Asiatique, a large open-air mall. Located at Asiatique is Calypso Cabaret, a cheesy ladyboy cabaret show with a setting reminiscent of Moulin Rouge. The ladyboys perform a vibrant song and dance show dressed to the nines in shimmering gowns, towering heels .....and feather headdresses. At Calypso you can enjoy a night of sequins and burlesque performed by talented transgender performers as they sing and dance their way through an energetic show for an hour and a half.  Show less
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Jim Thompson House Museum
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Jim Thompson House Museum, Bangkok
Jim Thompson House Museum, Bangkok
Jim Thompson House Museum, Bangkok
Jim Thompson House Museum, Bangkok
Jim Thompson House Museum, Bangkok
By Ania from The Travelling Twins: If you like to explore old places with eclectic collections of treasure.  If sagas of embarrassing failure followed by heroic success catch your heart.  If you enjoy antique culture and beautiful, creative architecture. Then this one is for you. Jim Thompson House tells the story of the reinvention of the Thai silk industry by a man who reinvented himself and his own career.  Jim Thompson then disappeared into the jungle without a trace, leaving this fascinating legacy. (National Stadium BTS Skytrain Station)
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Airplane Graveyard
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Airplane Graveyard, Bangkok
Airplane Graveyard, Bangkok
Airplane Graveyard, Bangkok
Airplane Graveyard, Bangkok
By Tim Kroeger of the Universal Traveller: As a long-time international traveller, I’ve spent a lot of time in aeroplanes. But even so, almost all of that time has been spent in just a fraction of the plane—the passenger cabin. That’s why a visit to Airplane Graveyard Bangkok was so exciting. This field holds several dilapidated plane carcasses, including a gargantuan Boeing 747. For just 200 Baht, you can spend an entire day exploring all the nooks and crannies of these flying machines. I sat in the pilot’s seat, crawled through .....the luggage bay, and even walked on the wings!  Show less
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Temple of the Emerald Buddha
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Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok
Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok
Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok
Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok
Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok
Wat Phra Kaeo, also known as the “Temple of the Emerald Buddha” is the temple of the king within the old Royal Palace in Bangkok. The main attraction is the chapel, which houses the Emerald Buddha. This sits on a gilded throne at a height of 11 meters. Within the whole temple complex is taking some more wonderfully ornate monuments. Admission: 500 baht including Grand Palace.
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Phloen Chit Road
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Phloen Chit Road, Bangkok
Phloen Chit Road, Bangkok
Phloen Chit Road, Bangkok
Phloen Chit Road, Bangkok
Phloen Chit Road, Bangkok
Phloen Chit Road, Bangkok
International chains, tiny boutique guesthouses and a multitude of mid-range options comprise the majority of Bangkok hotels. Luxury hotels tend to condense around the Ploenchit-Chidlom and Sukhumvit districts. If you want to shop, consider staying in Siam; to be close to Old City sites, your best bet is to find a riverside property. The amplified nightlife in touristy Khao San and Silom has prompted a range of accommodation options in these areas. Depending on where you stay, air-conditioning may be an optional extra, and it's worth it. High season runs October to .....April, so bargains are up for grabs from May to September. Show less
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Chiang Mai
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Chiang Mai, Bangkok
Chiang Mai, Bangkok
Chiang Mai, Bangkok
Chiang Mai, Bangkok
Chiang Mai, Bangkok
Chiang Mai, Bangkok
This itinerary offers 2 options after visiting Chiang Mai: Either fly to Ko Samui and visit the islands on the east coast or fly to Krabi and visit the islands on the west coast. This will largely depend on the weather; the rainy off-season on the east coast is from November to February. The rainy season hits the west coast harder than anywhere else in Thailand and rainfall can already start in April and usually persists until October. Day 1: Arrive in Bangkok, sleep in Bangkok Day 2: To Kanchanaburi, sleep in .....Kanchanaburi Day 3: Explore Kanchanaburi/River Kwai, sleep in Kanchanaburi Day 4: To Ayutthaya, sleep in Ayutthaya Day 5: To Chiang Mai, sleep in Chiang Mai Day 6: Explore Chiang Mai, sleep in Chiang Mai Day 7: Hilltribe trekking, sleep in a mountain lodge Day 8: Hilltribe trekking, sleep in Chiang Mai —- Day 9: Fly to Ko Samui, sleep in Ko Samui Day 10: Explore Ko Samui, sleep in Ko Samui Day 11: Ferry to Ko Phangan, sleep in Ko Phangan Day 12: Explore Ko Phangan, sleep in Ko Phangan —- or — Day 9: Fly to Krabi, ferry to Railay, sleep in Railay Day 10: Explore Railay, sleep in Railay Day 11: Ferry to Ko Phi Phi, sleep in Ko Phi Phi Day 12: Explore Ko Phi Phi, sleep in Ko Phi Phi —- Day 13: To Bangkok, sleep in Bangkok Day 14: Explore Bangkok, sleep in Bangkok Day 15: Fly home Show less
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Centara Grand at CentralWorld
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Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Bangkok
Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Bangkok
Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Bangkok
Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Bangkok
Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Bangkok
Address: Centara Grand at CentralWorld 56F, Bangkok Opening Hours: Daily, 6pm – 1am; Dining 6pm – 11pm Contact: +66 2 100 6255 Instagram: @redskybangkok Be prepared to have your breath taken away when stepping into Red Sky Bar at Centara Grand. Soaring 360-degree city views, live jazz music and a location set amidst Bangkok’s prime shopping district, make this location a must-visit when in Bangkok! The luxe rooftop restaurant and bar is located on the 55th floor – whether you choose to dine or visit for a sunset drink, make sure to book .....ahead or come early to secure the best spot on the utterly comfortable seats on the rim of the circular tower. Show less
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Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaew
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Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok
Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok
Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok
Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok
Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok
C’est un temple très important pour le bouddhisme en Thaïlande, et il abrite une célèbre statue de Bouddha en émeraude. Nous avons adoré cet endroit pour sa magnifique architecture. Na Phra Lan Rd, Khwaeng Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thaïlande
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Khao
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Khao, Bangkok
Khao, Bangkok
Khao, Bangkok
Khao, Bangkok
Khao, Bangkok
Khao Sok was one of the highlights of our Southern Thailand road trip. Climbing a rollercoaster of roads through the park, whilst visiting Ratchaprapha Dam every corner turned was a spectacle of vast mountain ranges, deep wilderness and jungles, rivers and waterfalls! It was a shame we didn’t have more than 24 hours here.
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Wat Bang Phra
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Wat Bang Phra, Bangkok
Wat Bang Phra, Bangkok
Wat Bang Phra, Bangkok
Wat Bang Phra, Bangkok
If you want to get away from the rush of Bangkok for the day, check out these tours! Enjoy some serene silence in the ruins of Ayutthaya or the Wat Bang Phra monastery, experience the culture of rural Thailand, or get your adrenaline pumping! We’ve also get a great selection of day trips and weekend activities in Bangkok if you’ve got a little longer!  
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Bangkok Food Tours
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Bangkok Food Tours, Bangkok
Bangkok Food Tours, Bangkok
Bangkok Food Tours, Bangkok
Bangkok Food Tours, Bangkok
Bangkok Food Tours, Bangkok
Thailand has a fascinating history. Source: Anirut Thailand (Shutterstock) Welcome to the home of Thailand’s history! From historical artifacts to the largest collection of Thai art across the country, the Bangkok National Museum is catered to impress! Situated on the site of the former Vice King’s palace, the National Museum is the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Established in 1874, it houses artifacts from as far back as the neolithic times. As of 2019, the museum has been revamped and its exhibits modernized. From Thai artifacts to its art history collection, .....this museum is filled to the brim with fascinating facts, just for your enjoyment! First Time in BangkokCheck Top HostelCheck Top HotelSukhumvitSukhumvit is a centrally located neighbourhood with easy access to other districts throughout Bangkok. Ideal for first-time visitors, this neighbourhood boasts a number of historic and cultural attractions as well as great bars, restaurants and shopping.Places to Visit:Relax with a cup of coffee at the charming Kiosk CaféTake a stroll through Benjakitti Park, a calm oasis at the centre of BangkokExplore the history of rural Thai life at the Kamthieng House Museum Show less
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สยามอะเมซิ่งพาร์ค Siam Amazing Park
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สยามอะเมซิ่งพาร์ค Siam Amazing Park, Bangkok
สยามอะเมซิ่งพาร์ค Siam Amazing Park, Bangkok
สยามอะเมซิ่งพาร์ค Siam Amazing Park, Bangkok
สยามอะเมซิ่งพาร์ค Siam Amazing Park, Bangkok
สยามอะเมซิ่งพาร์ค Siam Amazing Park, Bangkok
สยามอะเมซิ่งพาร์ค Siam Amazing Park, Bangkok
This is Thailand’s biggest amusement and water park. It has some of the largest and widest variety of rides and rollercoasters in Southeast Asia, and is guaranteed to leave you feeling satisfyingly exhausted by the end of the day. The park has 5 sections into which it has been divided. They are the Water World with its enormous wave-maker, the X-Zone, Family World, Small World, and Fantasy World! Each “world” is both unique and high in entertainment value. It boasts the largest wave pool in the world to the 7-story rainbow slide. .....This is an amusement park for all, no matter how big or how small. Get your ticketsand enjoy yourself!   Show less
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KidZania
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KidZania, Bangkok
KidZania, Bangkok
KidZania, Bangkok
KidZania, Bangkok
Kidzania can be found on the 5th floor of the Siam Paragon Mall. It’s a giant learning center for children to play in and let their imaginations run wild. From its dainty mini-town to its amazing activities, this is one place your child won’t want to leave! Activities can vary from practicing being a pilot to working in a doctor’s ER! There are over 80 different things to do for kids, and the best part is the parents are encouraged to get involved too. This is unlike any kid-zone you’ve ever been .....to before, and well worth it for your child! Stimulating and fun, you’ll find yourself wanting to take part as well.   Show less
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MBK Center
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MBK Center, Bangkok
MBK Center, Bangkok
MBK Center, Bangkok
MBK Center, Bangkok
MBK Center, Bangkok
The MBK Center, with over 2000 stores is a huge shopping mall in the heart of Bangkok. The 8-storey building was opened in 1985 and is one day around 100,000 visitors. The MBK Center is located at Siam Square and is a complex system of tunnels and bridges with the adjacent Siam Paragon and Siam Discovery shopping centers connected. In the 6th floor is the so-called Food Court where meals are getting from around the world.
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BTS Skytrain
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BTS Skytrain, Bangkok
BTS Skytrain, Bangkok
BTS Skytrain, Bangkok
BTS Skytrain, Bangkok
Source: Bernard Spragg. NZ (flickr) Bangkok is a large city and can often become incredibly humid and hot! So why not take a ride on the air-conditioned, state-of-the-art Bangkok Sky Train? Rise high above the freeways and traffic as you soar with the cityscape for a view! Not only does the train stop at nearly every part of Bangkok, but the ride itself is worth it just to see the city in the interim! You can make use of the onboard route maps to give you some perspective of the city itself.  
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Aksra Theatre
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Aksra Theatre, Bangkok
Aksra Theatre, Bangkok
Aksra Theatre, Bangkok
Thai puppet shows are an ancient art form. Source: chanat18 (Shutterstock) According to the locals, as well as other tourists, for anyone visiting the city, this is a must-see in Bangkok! From its expert design to its elegant performances, this show is as professional as any live stage production! Prepare to be captivated by the on-stage puppeteers as they make the custom-designed puppets tell the classic folk tales of the land. Watch as they entangle you into a rhythmic dance of color and sound. Speaking of sound, the show’s music is conducted by .....a live orchestra, making for a much more profound performance. With such a professional approach and attention to detail, you’re not likely to have ever seen a puppet show like it!   Show less
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BT Tattoo Thailand Bangkok
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BT Tattoo Thailand Bangkok, Bangkok
BT Tattoo Thailand Bangkok, Bangkok
BT Tattoo Thailand Bangkok, Bangkok
source: Den4is (shutterstock) Get a holy bamboo hand poke tattoo and blessing from a Buddhist Monk or certified tattoo master at the famous Wat Bang Phra. This is an amazing, spiritual experience, but not for the faint of heart. Wat Bang Phra is a practicing Buddhist monastery, approximately 50 kilometers west of Bangkok. The temple is known for its daily tattoos, or Sak Yant, given by the local monks. This tradition of tattooing dates back hundreds of years and is an honor. A truly unique experience. Included in the trip is a tour .....around the monastery, and a traditional Wai Kru set, with a flower, candle and incense stick.   Show less
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Pattaya City
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Pattaya City, Bangkok
Pattaya City, Bangkok
The taxi to Pattaya is a very good alternative to the bus. If you arrive at night, you have no other option. The price is very moderate and is officially by taxi meter about 1500 Baht. The highway fees are already included. The journey takes 1.5-3 hours depending on traffic. The ride back from Pattaya to Bangkok airport is a bit cheaper and about 900 baht.  
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Oldskul Night Train Market
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Oldskul Night Train Market, Bangkok
Oldskul Night Train Market, Bangkok
Oldskul Night Train Market, Bangkok
Oldskul Night Train Market, Bangkok
Oldskul Night Train Market, Bangkok
Thailand holds markets everywhere, from city streets to canals, and even across train tracks as is the case with the Maeklong Railway Market. Situated along the tracks of the very active Maeklong Railway, every time a train comes through, shops have to lower their umbrellas and quickly give way. Experiencing this special market setup is understandably popular, just make sure to have your camera ready. It really is a special sight, seeing just how close this huge locomotive comes to squashing various fruits and vegetables and how suddenly the market .....returns to normal. Getting there: Buses depart hourly for the Maeklong Railway Market from Bangkok, taking 1 hour 45 minutes to get there. If you’d like a simpler journey that includes several other Bangkok markets, a guided tour is the way to go. Book Tour to Maeklong Railway Market Show less
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Siriraj Medical Museum
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Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok
Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok
Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok
Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok
Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok
By Ryan Victor of Passions and Places:  Bangkok may be filled with beautiful parks and ornate temples, but it’s a fascination with the macabre that attracts visitors to Siriraj Medical Museum, eerily located inside the hospital of the same name. This one’s definitely not for the faint of heart, with numerous preserved corpses and fractured skulls on display, along with stomach-churning diagrams showing the effects of tropical parasites. The museum was designed as a teaching tool for prospective doctors, but if you can get past the disturbing images, it’s pretty educational for tourists too. 
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Sathon Pier
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Sathon Pier, Bangkok
Sathon Pier, Bangkok
By Leyla of Women on the Road: ICONSIAM is known as the “Mother of All Malls” and is the largest in Thailand. The best way to arrive is via free ferry from Sathorn Pier to shop in Thailand’s only Apple store and its only Takashimaya Japanese department store. Head for the enormous food court on the ground floor but if you have a yearning for sushi, Takashimaya’s basement has a takeaway – it’s a fraction of the price you’ll pay at establishments a few feet away. 
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Banyan Tree Bangkok
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Banyan Tree Bangkok, Bangkok
Banyan Tree Bangkok, Bangkok
Banyan Tree Bangkok, Bangkok
Banyan Tree Bangkok, Bangkok
By Emily Lush of Wander-Lush: There’s no better way to cap off a day in Bangkok than with drinks at one of the city’s rooftop bars. Bangkok boasts several dozen sky-high drinking holes; most are located around Lumphini, Sukhumvit and Silom—areas that all command spectacular views. My personal favourite is Moon Bar. Located 61 floors high atop the Banyan Tree Hotel, it has a great cocktail menu. Rooftop bars are extremely popular, so it’s a good idea to reserve a table or arrive before sundown to stake out a balcony seat. (Also .....check out our own write-up on the connecting Vertigo Rooftop Restaurant). (Surasak BTS Skytrain Station). Show less
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Baiyoke Sky Hotel
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Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok
Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok
Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok
Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok
Baiyoke Sky Hotel, Bangkok
By Carly Mann of the Fearless Female Travels: The Baiyoke Sky Hotel’s panoramic viewing deck is a must-visit in Bangkok. From its prime location on the 77th floor you can see all of Bangkok, including the modern skyscrapers in the city center, the temples along the river and even the waters of the Gulf of Thailand. The viewing deck also has maps and interactive exhibits to help visitors understand what they are seeing. Check the hotel’s website for promotional rates that include a complimentary drink or even admission to the hotel’s famous “all-you-can-eat, all-fruit buffet”!
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Patpong Night Market
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Patpong Night Market, Bangkok
Patpong Night Market, Bangkok
Patpong Night Market, Bangkok
Patpong Night Market, Bangkok
If the seedy backpacker bars of Khao San Road, the more “adult”-oriented clubs of Soi Cowboy, or the ping pong show scams around Patpong Night Market leave a bad taste in your mouth, why not spend a little time admiring Bangkok from a classy rooftop bar? Among the most popular rooftop bars in Bangkok is Lebua Sky Bar, a 63rd-floor rooftop bar with 360-degree views over the Chao Phraya River & city; Three Sixty, a jazz lounge on the 32nd floor of the Millenium Hilton; and Octave Rooftop Bar, a romantic .....three-level lounge perched upon the 45th floor of the Marriott Hotel in Sukhumvit. Show less
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The Golden Mount (Wat Saket)
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The Golden Mount (Wat Saket), Bangkok
The Golden Mount (Wat Saket), Bangkok
The Golden Mount (Wat Saket), Bangkok
The Golden Mount (Wat Saket), Bangkok
The Golden Mount (Wat Saket) is a beautiful Buddhist temple on top of a hill, which you reach by climbing 344 steps. It sounds harder than it is – it’s a gradual climb, and the views make it all worthwhile. Wat Saket hosts a huge temple fair during Loy Krathong, usually in November. People come from far and wide to pay tribute here, so try to come as early as possible to avoid queues.
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Baiyoke Tower II
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Baiyoke Tower II, Bangkok
Baiyoke Tower II, Bangkok
Baiyoke Tower II, Bangkok
Baiyoke Tower II, Bangkok
Baiyoke Tower II, Bangkok
It was getting uncomfortable When we were back at the hotel he started to send me messages. He wanted to go to the rooftop swimmingpool of the hotel and just sit there… Yeah right.. So he was still hoping on getting some?? Some men really don’t see or feel what is going on!! I blocked him on whatsapp and didn’t reply anymore. The next morning they would check out and I had some more time so I didn’t went down early hoping I wouldn’t see him anymore. When I came down .....he was there already waiting for his cab to bring them to the airport. I don’t know why but still I wanted to be nice and said goodbye and wished him and his son a good journey!! Then he said to me that he was irritated that the hotel let him pay for a condom!! He had unpacked it  the other night from the carton… He looked at me and said… We didn’t even use it and still I need to pay for it.. I really was flabbergasted and didn’t reply on this. Show less
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Pratunam Market
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Pratunam Market, Bangkok
Pratunam Market, Bangkok
Pratunam Market, Bangkok
Pratunam Market, Bangkok
Alternatively, you can take the commuter boat from Pratu Namซอย ราชดำริ1 (near Siam station and next to Premium Mall) all the way to the end stop at Wat Sriboonreung วัดศรีบุญเรือง. The 30 minute boat ride costs only 19 baht (60 cents)! From the boat stop, take a ferry to cross the channel. Walk up and down the bridge to get to a rusty fence. You can lift it and walk through a small garden and past a restaurant and massage parlour. When you reach the road, turn left and you will .....see the planes. When you walk to the fence, you will already spy the planes across the grass and through the lot. Theoretically you could already walk that path up to the lot. There is nothing there to stop you. I, however, preferred to come from the front and make myself known to the locals living there instead of sneaking up on them. You might be chased away! Show less
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Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall
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Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall, Bangkok
Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall, Bangkok
Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall, Bangkok
Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall, Bangkok
Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall, Bangkok
The Chakri Maha Prasat Hall is a royal residence built by King Rama V. The original design is European and was done by a British architect. However, King Rama V had them changed with Thai style Prasat spires. Thus this is the only building in the Grand Palace that mixed the lower part of the throne hall in European style with a Thai-styled roof. The building was once used as King Rama V residence, to receive ambassadors, and now is being used for state banquets. It is a three storey building.
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Phuket Town
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Phuket Town, Bangkok
Mimisays: August 9, 2016 at 9:22 am Hey! We spent 10 days in Thailand back in June and really enjoyed ourselves. Spent a few days each in Phuket, Chiang Mai and Bangkok and loved it. Happy Travels!ReplyTinasays: August 15, 2016 at 11:19 pm I love, love, loved Chiang Mai and its mountains – so different to the islands and Bangkok. It’s an amazing country, glad you had a ball!ReplyMaggie Unzuetasays: August 9, 2016 at 4:00 pm So beautiful! I want to go everywhere. 🙂ReplyTinasays: August 15, 2016 .....at 11:20 pm Thanks, Maggie! I’m really looking forward to it. You can keep in the reel with our adventures and misadventures on my Facebook & Instagram pages or Snapchat: hangrybynature 😀ReplyThirty30Courtneysays: August 15, 2016 at 11:37 pm I don’t even care about the kids part, I just want to go! lol You are going to have a MARVELOUS time. Enjoy every minute of it, even the struggle buses.ReplyJenna Colgrovesays: August 16, 2016 at 12:27 am Those waterfalls look absolutely amazing!! I want to go along!Jenna from http://www.visionsofvogue.comReplyRachelsays: August 16, 2016 at 1:12 am How amazing! You guys are going to have the best time!ReplyNina from the Happy Singles' Clubsays: August 16, 2016 at 7:42 am Plitvice Lake National Park is stunning! Great choice. I love Croatia’s sea side, especially on the north, because it has a lot of trees that gives nice shadows, and you are not like a sardine on the beach. 🙂ReplySam - Journo and the Jokersays: August 17, 2016 at 11:50 am Croatia looks amazing! Must get there one day. And very smart move breaking the trip in Asia. I’ve never been particularly inspired by Bangkok, maybe I need to give it another go.ReplyYamunasays: August 22, 2016 at 9:52 pm Sounds like it’s going to be a fantastic trip! I also think it’s great that you’ve picked places that all have their own unique flair and aren’t very similar. Enjoy! 🙂Reply Show less
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Don Mueang International Airport
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Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok
Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok
Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok
Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok
Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok
Don Mueang International Airport (sometimes also spelt Don Muang Airport) is Bangkok’s new domestic airport (not a new airport, but recently designated for all domestic flights out of Bangkok). If you are flying into Bangkok and then onward to any destination in Thailand, or if you are transiting through Bangkok on your way home, you will need to know about Don Muang Airport. If you happen to find yourself staying at the Amari Don Muang Hotel, of course, you’ll probably be able to see Don Mueang from your room. You may also .....find yourself flying into or out of Don Mueang International Airport on some limited international routes. That’s Air Asia does fly out of Don Muang to Kuala Lumpur and its subsidiaries, Thai Air Asia and Indonesia Air Asia, fly into and out of Don Mueang  to various Asian destinations including Jakarta, Surabaya, Singapore, Hong Kong and Mandalay. Show less
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Scala Cinema
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Another classic store within the vicinity is Vintage Corner. This boutique offers not only vintage wear but vintage bridal dresses as well. The store boasts a range of flapper dresses, tulip-shaped skirts, midi and sequin blouses, floral dresses and oversized blazers; all from different eras of the fashion world. To ensure authenticity and the highest quality, the team only deals with veteran suppliers across Asia. Their bridal collection is remarkably popular among brides and bridesmaids in Bangkok and Asia, due to its silk and chiffon materials.  
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Democracy Monument
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Democracy Monument, Bangkok
Democracy Monument, Bangkok
Democracy Monument, Bangkok
Democracy Monument, Bangkok
There is a long history behind the Democracy Monument which goes back to 1932 when the military took over the country in a coup by overthrowing the King at that time. The Democracy Monument was then built in 1939 showing the Thai military as protectors of the people. Although the images portray different battles, luckily the coup was without bloodshed, taking place while the reigning monarch at the time, King Prajadhipok, was on vacation. Eventually the King was exiled and simply abdicated the throne. Now that the bit of history is out .....of the way, the monument stands in the middle of a busy roundabout on a main highway, so you usually will just take pictures from the pedestrian crosswalk. If you want a photo with no cars, expect to stand there for a while waiting for the perfect gap in between cars. You can approach the monument but I found it hard to cross the street due to the heavy traffic. Etched into stone on the monument is a copy of the constitution as well. Show less
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Suvarnabhumi Airport
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Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
The Qantas International Business Lounge is located on the third floor of the Passenger Terminal Complex at Concourse G near Gate 1 to 5. Qantas First Class and International Business passengers, Emirates First Class and International Business travellers and those flying on a Jetstar Business Max fare are eligible to use the facilities of this lounge. Qantas Club Members and Platinum One, Platinum and Gold Frequent Flyers; Emirates Platinum and Gold Skyward Members and select oneworld customers can also enjoy the amenities at the Qantas International Business Lounge. Perks include dining .....and bar services as well as hot and cold beverages. Lounge guests may also use the bathroom and shower facilities, relax with magazines and newspapers and stay connected with internet and complimentary Wi-Fi while waiting for their flight. Opening hours are 14:30 to 18:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, and from 14:30 to 21:45 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Show less
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