Things To Do in Bangkok

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 04:37 PM

While getting dental work done may be your main reason for going to Bangkok, it doesn’t have to be the only thing you end up doing there. The city has a lot of attractions for you to check out during your free time. Some are of historical importance to the people of Thailand, while others are great places to shop.

Perhaps the most famous and historically significant building in Bangkok is the Grand Palace, located in the heart of the city. It was constructed in 1782, and was once the seat of power for the Thai government. The building housed the King, his Royal Court, and was the central location of the Thai government for over 150 years. These days the Palace is mostly used to house important ceremonies, but tours are open to the public. Just keep in mind that there is a very strict dress code that requires both men and women to be completely covered from the neck down before entering, so make sure not to wear any clothes that show skin if you decide to visit.

Another historically significant attraction in Bangkok is Wat Pho, a Buddhist temple complex. The temple was built in 1788 on the site of an older temple that had become dilapidated. It has a long history of being a center for education in Thailand, and is recognized as the place where the Thai massage began. As a Buddhist temple, there is a lot of Buddhist imagery to take in, including statues and murals.

If you want to look for a place to shop during your time in Bangkok, you won’t find a better place than the Chatuchak Weekend Market. The market, which is found on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, houses over 8,000 market stalls. Some of the things you can find in the market include clothing stores, book stores, antique stores, art galleries, furniture stores, gardening stores, pet stores, and much, much more. There are restaurants in case you get hungry, and it’s even possible to catch live shows. The downside is that, as the name suggests, the market is only open on weekends, though Fridays are included in that. 

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