museum contemporary art MOCA

MOCA Bangkok (Museum of Contemporary Art) is located on the easily accessible 6th road of Kampang Pethch. It contains a large collection of valuable paintings and sculptures created by famous Thai artists. The key concept of the museum was to communicate, promote and transfer the authentic art and culture ofRead More →

bangkok erawan

The Erawan Shrine is a Hindu temple located in front of the Grand Hyatt Erawan hotel, at the intersection of Ratchaprasong, in the Lumphini district of Bangkok. Thais and foreigners alike like to visit this place to worship the statue inside. The translation of the word “shrine” is a bitRead More →

wat benchamabophit

One of the most unique temples in Bangkok is Wat Benchamabophit or white marble temple. Built entirely of white marble from the city of Carrara in Italy, Bangkok’s Wat Benchamabophit will not leave you indifferent and that makes it another of the must-see attractions that you must try to seeRead More →

Khao San Road

If you like to be surrounded by people and don’t want to spend too much money, the advice is to go to Khao San Road, one of Bangkok’s nightlife hotspots. It is located in Rattanakosin district and in recent years, this road has become a favorite destination for young peopleRead More →

soi cowboy bangkok

Soi Cowboy is a famous small alley composed mainly of gogo bars. Like Nana Plaza and Patong, it is the main red light district of Bangkok, located in the center of Asoke, between Sukumvit Soi 21 and 23. History Named after the American who opened the first bar in theRead More →

bangkok night

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is a beautiful place that compels people ranging from tourists looking for fun to people going for business purposes to visit.  It is normal to be nervous if it is your first time visiting, as you are not used to the new location. This article is hereRead More →

wat intharawihan

Bangkok has a multitude of temples, some of which are very well known and visited by tourists who know the city and others, smaller, only known by the local population. To speak of Bangkok’s temples is to speak of places like Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Suthat, Wat TraimitRead More →

Fort de Phra Sumen

In 1782, King Rama I ascended the throne as the first ruler of the Chakri dynasty and made Bangkok the capital of the entire kingdom, founding it on the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River in the Rattanakosin region.At the time, in order to defend the city against attacks,Read More →

Wat Suthat

Bangkok is a city full of temples that explain the whole history of the capital. They all have their role in history and they all have their little details. Wat Suthat and the giant swing or Sua Ching Cha in Bangkok stand out from the rest. History of the GiantRead More →

ocean world bangkok

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World (formerly known as Siam Ocean World), located inside the Siam Paragon in central Bangkok, is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia. In the basement of the huge shopping mall, you will find, among other things, a long 270-degree sub-oceanic tunnel, a 360-degree panoramicRead More →