• Chatuchak Market
    Chatuchak Market is undoubtedly one of the main places where every traveler and tourist can shop when visiting Bangkok. With more than 15,000 stores spread over 35 hectares, it is considered the largest street market in Thailand and surely one of the largest open-air markets in the world. Between 200,000Read More →
  • Museum of 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 →
  • The Erawan Shrine
    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: marble temple
    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 →
  • Khaosan 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
    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 →