Ride the BTS Skytrain in Bangkok city – Beautiful way of sightseeing the city-side of Bangkok

Skytrain during night

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful city and also the capital is a fantastic holidaying destination with many attractions along with amazing holidays villas in Bangkok, which makes your holiday in Bangkok as ‘Best’. Though, you may feel as ‘off beat’ holidaying activity in Bangkok, this is one of the beautiful way of sightseeing the beautiful capital of Thailand-the Bangkok city and it’s nothing but riding in the popular BTS Skytrain, a elevated transit system of Bangkok city. BTS Skytrain is operated in Silom line running from west to south of the city connecting National stadium in Siam shopping area with Bang Wa in Thonburi, and also the Sukhumvit line running from north to east between Ma Chit of Bangkok city.. While travelling in BTS Skytrain you’ll get the opportunity to admire the beautiful cityscapes of Bangkok city along with few important destinations and also the beauty of Chao Phraya river on which banks most of the beauty of Bangkok resides. Riding the BTS Skytrain is one of the beautiful sightseeing of Bangkok city and also cheap & faster transportation you should experience, while holidaying in Bangkok.

Bang Khun Phrom Palace of Bangkok – Beautiful royal palace with riverfront views in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful capital is packed with alluring attractions and you can also amazing holiday villas in Bangkok that let people to enjoy a fantastic holidaying with family & friends. One of the beautiful and royal destination to visit in Bangkok city is the Bang Khun Phrom Palace which is located just 1.5 kilometre away from Bangkok’s main city centre. Being located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River possess picturesque riverfront views and makes the palace more beautiful. By incorporating the neo-Baroque/Rococo style, the Bang Khun Phrom Palace was built during 1902 and it now serves as a museum and the palace building is a registered ancient monument of Bangkok city. Holidaying in Bangkok city is definitely ‘incomplete’ without visiting, admiring & taking pictures at Bang Khun Phrom Palace of Bangkok.

Watch the ‘Bangkok Puppet Show’ at Aksra theatre in Bangkok – Thailand’s best puppet show

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful city and also the capital is a fantastic holidaying destination with many attractions along with amazing holidays villas in Bangkok, which makes your holiday in Bangkok as ‘Best’. One of the off beat but popular holidaying activity you shall never miss when you’re in Bangkok is watching the popular Bangkok puppet show at Aksra theatre which is located 5 kilometre away and in east to Bangkok’s main city centre. Puppet shows at Aksra theatre is recognized and celebrated as ‘one of the best puppet show’ in Thailand and they perform some popular folktales of Thailand which explains the rich culture, tradition and history of Thai in a simple & beautiful way. With amazing synchronization of sound, light, dance and live orchestra music, the puppeteers bring life to puppets, when you watch the show at the theatre. Don’t forget to admire the beauty of Aksra theatre that possess, amazing architecture in ceiling, interior works, sandstone sculptures, wooden carvings and paintings of Thai characters told in folktales. The Puppet Show at Aksra theatre take place from Thursday to Sunday(7pm-9pm) of every week and there is good count of cafés and Thai-restaurants to relax and dine after watching the show in the theatre. Don’t miss visiting the Puppet show at Askra theatre, which is definitely one of the ‘must to do’ thing, when you’re holidaying in Bangkok.

Bangkok’s Chatuchak Park – Visit this oldest public park in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful capital is packed with alluring attractions and the amazing holiday villas in Bangkok will let you enjoy a fantastic holidaying in Bangkok with family and friends. If you’re looking for a destination that possess calm ambience along with picturesque views in Bangkok city, then you should visit the Bangkok’s Chatuchak Park, a public park located 12 kilometre away from Bangkok’s main city. Being built during the year 1980 the Chatuchak Park is one of the oldest and famous public park of Bangkok city with vast gardens, verdurous ambience, variety of flower gardens, walking trails, clock tower, sculptures and an artificial lake that runs across entire park with tiny beautiful bridges to walk over and enjoy the visit to Bangkok’s popular public park. You have good count of cafés and restaurants near by Chatuchak Park and the park is definitely a good spot for relaxation, to take pictures and kids love being here. Do make your visit to Chatuchak Park, when you wish to spend some leisure time in calm ambience when you’re holidaying in Bangkok.

Sathorn Unique Tower in Bangkok – Offbeat experience and popular viewpoint in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful city and also the capital is a fantastic holidaying destination with many attractions along with amazing holidays villas in Bangkok, which makes your holiday in Bangkok as ‘Best’. There are many activities in Bangkok, which can be termed ‘Offbeat’ but at the same time exciting if you attempt it, when you’re holidaying in Bangkok and walking the top of Sathorn Unique Tower is such a popular holidaying activity in Bangkok. From the main city centre of Bangkok, you shall reach Sathorn Unique Tower by travelling nearly 8 kilometres and can find the tower in Charoen Krung Road, Bangkok. Being located near the banks of Chao Phraya river in Bangkok, the Sathorn Unique Tower is a 46 storey building which offers spectacular panoramic views of Bangkok city and thus, it’s a popular viewpoint in Bangkok though left abandoned & unfinished till date due to financial crisis. Since, Sathorn Unique Tower is left abandoned it appears like ‘haunted’ and called by locals of Bangkok as ‘Ghost tower’. If you’re a fan of ‘Hangover’ series of films, you will realize that few scenes of ‘Hangover-2’ were shot in Sathorn Unique Tower of Bangkok.

Ko Kret(Koh Kret) island in Bangkok – Visit the man-made island in Chao Phraya river of Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful capital is packed with with alluring attractions and amazing holiday villas that let people enjoy a fantastic holidaying in Bangkok. You can experience a good cultural spectrum of Bangkok and Thailand while you visit the tiny and beautiful Koh Kret island, a man-made island created during the year 1722 and it is located in Chao Phraya river near Wat Sanam Neua in Bangkok. From the main city centre of Bangkok, you shall reach Wat Sanam Neua by travelling 25 kilometres towards northern direction and from Wat Sanam Neua you can hop in ferry that are operated to get you to the beautiful Koh Kret island in Bangkok. Though, it was a man-made island, the Ko Kret(Koh Kret) island in Bangkok, doesn’t appears to be artificial; Instead, it looks beautiful with temples, villages, waterfront shopping streets with traditional Thai dishes. One most prominent destination you shouldn’t miss in Koh Kret island is the Wat Paramai Yikawat, an ancient Buddhist temple built during 18th century. When you decide to visit Ko Kret(Koh Kret) island in Bangkok make sure you plan it on Saturdays and Sundays, as the island is open to public for only these two days in a week. With ferry ride, tranquil ambience, and colorful streets, traditional & ancient touch: A visit to Ko Kret(Koh Kret) island will remain one of your best holidaying activity (or) experience in Bangkok.

Cat lovers must visit this café in Bangkok

Cat Cafe-Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful city and also the capital is a fantastic holidaying destination with many attractions along with amazing holidays villas in Bangkok, which makes your holiday in Bangkok as ‘Best’. When you’re in Bangkok, there is one interesting destination for cat & pet lovers to visit in Bangkok which is called as ‘Caturday Cat Café‘ which is widely called as ‘Cat Cafe’ in Bangkok. Though it’s a off-beat holiday activity in Bangkok, you’ll love it when you see the beautiful and fluffy cats playing around you and being friendly with you. The food items served here and the ambience is so good and that’s what makes Caturday Cat Café to be visited, while holidaying in Bangkok. From Bangkok’s main city centre you shall reach the Cat Cafe by travelling just 4 kilometres following the directions (or) can ask the friendly locals of Bangkok.

Thonburi in Bangkok-Visit the traditional rich part of Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s beautiful capital is packed with with alluring attractions and amazing holiday villas that let people enjoy a fantastic holidaying in Bangkok. One beautiful and typical Bangkok neighborhood to visit when you’re holidaying in Bangkok is the Thonburi(Thon Buri), located on west bank of Chao Phraya river of Bangkok. Thonburi(Thon Buri) neighborhood in Bangkok is well-known for the beautiful built wooden houses, canals and Bangkok’s iconic Wat Arun, most popular Buddhist temple in Bangkok. Thonburi(Thon Buri) represents the traditional and cultural side of Thai and you can feel it in the beautiful ambience it possess and also while tasting the great range of regional food items in the food stalls lined in Thonburi’s street side. From Bangkok’s city centre you can reach Thonburi(Thon Buri) by travelling just 6 kilometres, to explore one of the finest neighborhood of Thailand while holidaying in Bangkok.

Call it ‘Wat Pariwat temple’ or ‘David Beckham temple’, but do visit this beautiful temple in Bangkok

Bangkok, sizzling capital of Thailand have alluring attractions and spectacular holiday villas that will make you comfortable and enjoy a great holidaying in Bangkok with family and friends. If you’re either an authentic football fan (or) a fan of David Beckham (or) a fan of Manchester United FC (or) interested in visiting traditional & cultural, architectural rich temples in Bangkok; if your answer to anyone of the options is ‘Yes’, then you must definitely head to Wat Pariwat temple, a unique Buddhist temple located 12 kilometres away from Bangkok’s city centre. If you ask us “Why visit a temple for being a fan of football (or) David Beckham (or) Manchester United FC?”, then you’ll be amazed to find that, there is a golden statue of David Beckham inside the temple. The golden statue of David Beckham was built during the year 1998 to honor his contribution to Football World Cup, since the head monk of Wat Pariwat temple was a fan of Manchester United FC. People of Bangkok fondly call Wat Pariwat as ‘David Beckham temple’. You can also find carvings with some good details of famous fictional & real life characters such as Captain America, Winnie the pooh, Dobby the Elf(Harry Potter film), and Obama taking a selfie and many hidden references with brilliant works. You can also admire the amazing Thai architecture of Wat Pariwat temple when you visit it in Bangkok.

Visit the Bangkok National Museum while holidaying in Thailand’s capital-Bangkok

Bangkok, the beautiful city of Thailand offers a lot of attractions to visit and if you’re looking to explore, experience the rich cultural and historical face of Thailand, then you must not miss visiting the popular Bangkok National Museum located just 2.5 kilometres away from Bangkok’s main city centre. Bangkok National Museum is the home of largest collection of Thailand’s artifacts, arts, Chinese weapons, precious stones, puppets, clothing and textiles(related to olden times), Khon masks and many more. The best and royal part you can notice in Bangkok National Museum is the gifts received by King Rama V from his father. The Bangkok National Museum was opened as the first National museum in Thailand during the year 1859, which makes the museum to look picturesque as it is established in a late 18th century architected buildings. If you want to know more and keen about Bangkok National Museum and the possessions, then you must visit the Bangkok National Museum on Thursdays, as you’ll be provided guided tours in English on every Thursdays to enhance your experience in museum and to be a good day of your holidaying in Bangkok.