Things to do in Bangkok

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"The guide was very nice and took good care of the group. Seeing the train market and floating market was a great experience. We recommend to everybody."

Thomas C.

"I liked how here was a set schedule and how we were able to roam around."

Samantha P.

"The itinerary was well planned and the temples were really amazing. Time at each site was perfect for me to wander around and take pictures. Really enjoyed learning about the history behind the temples, but more..."

Anika A.

"Our guide Nutt was so knowledgeable about the local culture and historical background of each place we visited. The local Thai food was also excellent. Definitely worth the time and every penny!"

Anna liza T.

"Love this region!!! A lot of non-touristy spots to explore and unique experiences that only a true local knows. We enjoyed the sampan boat ride so much and the tasty seafood as well. Highly recommend if you want to have..."

Stephane G.

"Fantastic day tour with Nut. She was humorous and very passionate about showing us around this beautiful ancient city. We had enough time at each stop to take photos and listen to historical meanings. The tour was truly..."

Aaron J.

"Damnoen Saduak floating market was really crowded in the morning with lots of foreigner tourists and many local vendors along the riverbank. But Pam took us to the other branches to avoid boat traffics and touristy..."

Abigail S.

"Great time traveling with Nicha. She was so fun and informative about getting us to worth seeing sites and all the authentic experiences. Located not far from Bangkok, Amphawa floating market will definitely delight your..."

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Looking for a way to escape the tourist traps and figure out the best things to do in Bangkok? Here’s your ultimate guide! First, let’s understand what this city is about from a local perspective.

Known as one of the most dynamic cities in Southeast Asia, Bangkok is always the top priority in the bucket list of every travel enthusiast. No matter how many times you visit this land, it never fails to amaze you with its rich culture, vivid lifestyle, fine cuisines, and hospitable Thai people.

In Thai native language, Bangkok is referred to as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, meaning the “city of angels”. As a well-balanced mixture of traditional values and incessant urbanization, Bangkok will take visitors from one surprise to another with it multi-facets of personalities. On the one hand, the city still retains its regal charm through old remnants of the Rattanakosin Kingdom. On the other hands, it absorbs quickly the essence of contemporary arts with many aesthetic night markets, art museums, and architectural breakthroughs.

The lifestyle in Bangkok is very diverse with a wide variety of things to do. If you love all the hustling fun, the downtown will offer you various choices of bars, pubs and entertainment performances. In case you want to find inner peace, the suburbs always welcome you with open arms.

There is no limitation for things to do in Bangkok. You can start a day visiting the most renowned Grand Palace complex then drop by China Town for a tasty lunch. In the afternoon, visiting Damnoen floating market will enable you to experience the local life of Thai people to the fullest. At night, strolling around night markets to find yourself a unique souvenir is a great way to end your journey in this amazing city.