• Cheryl Jones

Thirteen Adventures to Add To Your Bangkok Bucket Travel List

Updated: Jun 24

Considered the most popular tourist destination on the planet, Bangkok receives more than 20 million visitors a year. This exciting, vibrant city has more to explore than you could ever imagine. So, to make the trip one that you'll never forget, here are 13 adventures you must add to the itinerary…

1. Get a Thai beer at a rooftop bar

Bangkok is full of great clubs, pubs, and rooftop bars. The rooftop bars have some of the most magnificent views of the city, especially at night.


2. Cruise down the Chao Phraya River

Take a river cruise down the Chao Phraya River for more beautiful views of Bangkok. Night or day, the views are bound to be majestic. Plus, you'll get to see some of the city's historical sites along the way.


3. Visit the Grand Palace

This impressive palace is a must-see. Not only is it Bangkok's most famous attraction, but it represents over 200 years of royalty.


4. Wander the streets of Chinatown

In one of the city's oldest parts lies Chinatown, a lively district with great shopping, restaurants, bars, and entertainment.


5. Check out the reclining Buddha

Visit Wat Pho to see the reclining Buddha and the most extensive assortment of Buddha statues in the country.


6. Go to a floating market

Floating markets are widespread in Bangkok. Most vendors are women, and they sell items such as produce, jewelry, and flowers from their boats.


7. Head to Soi Cowboy

This less intense red light district isn't any less exciting than the others throughout Bangkok. Enjoy lots of loud music, entertainment, adult beverages, go-go bars, and bright lights.


8. Try the street food

The street food in Bangkok is some of the best yet most unique cuisines in the world. From fried chicken to fried scorpions, you never know what you will find to snack on.


9. Go shopping at a mall

Bangkok has some impressive shopping malls, including the Siam Paragon, MBK, and CentralWorld.


10. Visit the Temple of Dawn

Near the Chao Phraya River, visit Wat Arun. It is one of the most sightly temples in Bangkok.


11. Go to Ayutthaya Historical Park

Although it is right outside of Bangkok, you absolutely must visit the Ayutthaya Historical Park, given the opportunity. These ruins are kind of a magical secret that doesn't receive many visitors.


12. Ride a Tuk-Tuk

Tuk-tuks are a fun way to get around the city. The small size of a tuk-tuk makes it possible to avoid traffic jams and get to wherever you need to go in a hurry.


13. Explore Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park is a great place to unwind a little and one of Thailand's largest city parks. With all the crowds and commotion in Bangkok's downtown area, the park is a beautiful green escape.

To start planning your trip to Bangkok and filling up that itinerary with some incredible adventures, send over an email with your inquiries and contact information. I look forward to planning your next international vacation!


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