bangkok national museum

This is perhaps the most important museum in the country and the one that represents a good starting point for your vacation in Thailand because you will certainly leave enriched and with a better knowledge of the fascinating past of this land and the local culture. A fascinating journey throughRead More →

park lumpini

If New York City has its Central Park, Bangkok has its equivalent in Lumphini Park. Green lung and quiet heart of the city, Lumphini Park is the ideal place to spend a quiet afternoon when the chaos of Bangkok can reach you and to know another reality of the inhabitantsRead More →

wat saket bangkok Montagne d'or ou Phu Khao Thong

Wat Saket (Phu Khao Thong) has not only the quality to be one of the oldest temples of Bangkok but also to have in its enclosure one of the highest points of the capital. The brief visit of the religious building leaves all the leisure to enjoy an exceptional sightRead More →

wat arun

Royal Buddhist temple unique in its kind in Thailand, Wat Arun or Wat Arunatchawararam is an emblematic symbol of the kingdom. The multicolored ceramics covering it gives it a very particular allure. With Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pho, Wat Arun is one of the most famous royal temples inRead More →

what pho

Built in the 16th century, Wat Pho or Wat Phra Chetu Phon is the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok. The one that houses the famous “Reclining Buddha” is in an impeccable state of conservation.The age, richness and beauty of the place calls for a deep respect from the momentRead More →

wat phra kaew

The visit that should not be missed under any circumstances is the visit of the historical complex Grand Palais – Wat Phra Kaew. The bustle around the solid wall (2 km) of the Grand Palais, built in 1783, sets the tone for the importance of the place. The motivations ofRead More →

jim thompson Bangkok

An integral part of the national museums, Jim Thompson’s house in Bangkok has a collection of exceptional art objects in its teak walls, with an authentic Thai architectural style. More than a visit, the discovery of the domain and its contents is a real cultural journey. Jim Thompson’s Thai homeRead More →

Vimanmek bangkok

A royal residence in gilded teak, built at the end of the 19th century, is now a sumptuous museum open to all. Restored in 1982 under the impetus of Queen Sirikit, the palace has regained its former splendor. In the heart of Bangkok’s Suan Dusit Park, Viman mek (Phra ThiRead More →