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1. Yaowarat RoadBook Ticket*
Yaowarat Road in Samphanthawong District is the main artery of Bangkok's Chinatown. Modern Chinatown now covers a large area around Yaowarat and Charoen Krung Road. It has been the main centre for trading by the Chinese community since they moved from their old site some 200 years ago to make way for the construction of Wat Phra Kaew, the Grand Palace. Nearby is the Phahurat or Little India. The area is bordered by the Chao Phraya River to the south. Yaowarat Road is well known for its variety of foodstuffs, and at night turns into a large "food street" that draws tourists and locals from all over the city.
2. Wat Mangkon KamalawatBook Ticket*
Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, previously known as Wat Leng Noei Yi, is the largest and most important Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. It hosts celebrations of a number of year-round events, including Chinese New Year, and the annual Chinese vegetarian festival.
3. Democracy MonumentBook Free Tour*
The Democracy Monument is a public monument in the city center of Bangkok, capital of Thailand. It occupies a traffic circle on the wide east–west Ratchadamnoen Avenue, at the intersection of Dinso Road. The monument is roughly halfway between Sanam Luang, the former royal cremation ground in front of Wat Phra Kaew, and the temple of the Golden Mount.
4. Golden Mount
Phra Borom Thong is a pagoda on a simulated mountain located in Wat Saket Ratchaworom Maha Vihan, Pom Pha Satu Phai, Bangkok. From the original purpose of His Majesty King Rama VII, the large twelve corners are located on the east of Nakhon Si Ayutthaya province. But because the structure is heavy, the soil in the area cannot support. The Prang Phra Thong lane broke down. Later, during the period of King Mong Klao, there was a transformed into golden mountains as well as now, which he laid the rock in year. Fri 2408
5. Giant Swing
The Giant Swing is a religious structure in Sao Chingcha Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand. Located in front of Wat Suthat, it was formerly used in an old Brahmin ceremony, and is one of Bangkok's tourist attractions.
6. Sanam Luang
Sanam Luang is a 74.5 rai (119,200 m2) open field and public square in front of Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand. Sanam Luang is in the Phra Nakhon District, the historic center of Bangkok.
7. Lumphini Park
Lumphini Park, also Lumpini or Lumpinee, is a 360 rai park in Bangkok, Thailand. The park offers rare open public space, trees, and playgrounds in the Thai capital and contains an artificial lake where visitors can rent boats. Paths around the park totalling approximately 2.5 km in length are a popular area for morning and evening joggers. Officially, cycling is only permitted during the day between the times of 10:00 to 15:00. There is a smoking ban throughout the park. Dogs are not allowed, except certified guide dogs only. Lumphini Park is regarded as the first public park in Bangkok and Thailand.
8. Holy Rosary Church
The Holy Rosary Church, also known as Kalawar Church, is a Roman Catholic church in Bangkok. It is located in Samphanthawong District, on the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River. The history of the church dates to 1769, when a group of Portuguese Catholics resettled in the area after the fall of Ayutthaya; the current church building, in Gothic Revival style, was built in 1891–97 on the site of two previous structures.
9. Vajiravudh College
Vajiravudh College is a private all-boys boarding school located at 197 Rajvithi Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Thailand. The school was established by Phra Mongkut Klao Chaoyuhua - King Rama VI who is also known as King Vajiravudh. It was originally named the Royal Pages College before the King shifted Thai King College students to Royal Pages College and renamed it to Vajiravudh College. In the college, the students are accommodated in houses (Ka-na) which are generally in primary and secondary education houses. The primary students stay in 3 houses called Sanamchan, Nandhauthayan, and Saranrom. The secondary students are divided into 6 houses called School House, Dusit House, Chitlada House, Phyathai House, Chongruk-Bhakdi House, and Saksri-Mongkol House. Overall, the college supports students to balance sports and music or arts activities with academic education. Normally, boys enter the school at Prathom 4 and stay on until they finish high school - Mathayom 6.
10. Wat Suthat Thep Wararam Ratchaworamahawihan
Wat Suthat Thepwararam is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. It is a royal temple of the first grade, one of ten such temples in Bangkok. Construction was begun by King Rama I in 1807. In the beginning, it was initially called "Wat Maha Sutthawat" (วัดมหาสุทธาวาส) and was located in a combretum grove. Further construction and decorations were carried out by King Rama II who helped carve the wooden doors, but the temple was not completed until the reign of King Rama III in 1847 or 1848. This temple contains the Buddha image Phra Sri Sakyamuni which have been moved from Sukhothai Province. At the lower terrace of the base, there are 28 Chinese pagodas which symbolize the 28 Buddhas born on this earth. Wat Suthat also contains Phra Buddha Trilokachet in the ubosot and Phra Buddha Setthamuni in the sala kan parian.
11. Wat Ratcha-orasaram Ratchaworawihan
Ratcha -Orarasam Ratchaworawihan Temple The royal temple Rajawa Vihara Is an old temple that has come before building Bangkok Formerly known as Chom Thong Temple Later, God Krommuen Jesada Badin Established the new temple of Chom Thong Because when he had an army to extract the Burmese army at the three pagoda checkpoint, Kanchanaburi in 1833, when the Navy arrived at Chom Thong Temple The Thonburi side stopped and performed the ceremony of the enema according to the textbook of the war. And prayed for this army to win But it appears that there is no Burmese army raised When the army returned God Krommuen Jesada Badin has renovated the temple of Chom Thong Mai and is a royal temple. Received the new name of Wat Raj Son, which means the son is Krommuen Jesada Badin currently has Brahma Vachira Panya Is an abbot
12. Queen Sirikit Park
Queen Sirikit Park is a botanical garden in Chatuchak District, Bangkok, Thailand. Covering an area of 0.22 km2, it is part of the larger Chatuchak Park complex. It was established in 1992 and named after Sirikit, Queen of Thailand to celebrate her 60th birthday. It contains many fountains and pools where lotus flowers bloom. The park has a high biodiversity in an ecosystem which has a great variety of plants and butterflies. There is a great variety of banana cultivars, a great variety of palm tree cultivars, a great variety of hibiscus, a great variety of lotus, more than 200 species of waterlilies, a great variety of new species of plant in the world, a great variety of coconut cultivars, a great variety of bamboo cultivars, and a great variety of rare plants as well as plants endemic to Thailand.
13. Wat Chakkrawat Rachawat Woramahawihan
Wat Empire Raja Vas or popularly called Wat Empire for short, was originally a Rat temple named Wat Nang Pluem. Built in Ayutthaya period Later in the Rattanakosin period called. Wat Sam Pluem is assumed to have come from three women who co-built it, and probably also because it is close to Sampeng or Sam Peng. Similar to the Three Chinese Temple or Wat Traimit Wittaya Ram Worawihan that is close to each other. Chao Phraya Bodindecha reconstructed the entire monastery around B.E. 2362 and consecrated it to King Nangklao as a royal monastery and gave it the name Wat Empire Rajawat around B.E. 2368. The potter sculpted from the painting of the statue of Chao Phraya Bodindecha at King Harirak Ramathibodi (Beetle Priest). King of Cambodia to build at Udong prevailed.
14. Rama VIII Bridge
The Rama VIII Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge crossing the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand. It was built to alleviate traffic congestion on the nearby Phra Pinklao Bridge. Construction of the bridge took place from 1999 to 2002. The bridge was opened on 7 May 2002 and inaugurated on 20 September, the birth anniversary of the late King Ananda Mahidol, after whom it is named. The bridge has an asymmetrical design, with a single pylon in an inverted Y shape on the west bank of the river. Its eighty-four cables are arranged in pairs on the side of the main span and in a single row on the other. The bridge has a main span of 300 metres (980 ft), and was one of the world's largest asymmetrical cable-stayed bridges at the time of its completion.
15. Jawa Mosque
Yawa Mosque is an old mosque in the Thai Java community in Soi Rong Ice - Soi Charoen Rat 1, Yannawa Subdistrict, Sathorn District, Bangkok. The distinctive feature is the roofs of many layers, the roof of the eyes (Tajug) or the meuru. This type of roof evolved from the unique roof of the Java architecture called "Jok Lo" by increasing the pointed top to the end. This cork -eyed roof will be built in religious places only. Considered to be the highest hierarchy in the roof like Java. And the creation of "Balae" or "Balai" is a sitting area to relax. Which is a characteristic of the Indonesian mosque Although it is a mosque of the Yawa people (Java), it is the center of Muslims in the community, both Java and Malay descent.
16. Wat Yan Nawa
Wat Yannawa, commonly known in English as "the boat temple", is a Buddhist temple (Wat) in Bangkok on Charoen Krung Road, Sathon district. The temple has a long history from the Ayutthaya era to the present. During the rule of King Rama III, a viharn was built in the shape of a Chinese junk, giving the temple the nickname "the boat temple". This construction inside the temple houses a space where people pray; a nearby ubosot enshrines Buddha images and illustrations of the Loi Prathip Royal Lantern Festival (พระราชพิธีลอยพระประทีป). Additional exterior buildings enshrine a Buddha relic from Sri Lanka and the Goddess of Mercy.
17. Santa Cruz Church
Santa Cruz Church, also known as Kudi Chin, is a Roman Catholic church in Bangkok. It is in Khwaeng (sub-district) Wat Kanlaya of the Thon Buri District on the west bank of Chao Phraya River, in the neighbourhood known as Kudi Chin. A church was first built on the site, which had been granted to a community of Portuguese Catholics, around 1770. It was then the main Catholic church in Bangkok, and served as the seat of the Apostolic Vicariate of Siam until 1821, when Assumption Cathedral was completed. The current building, in Renaissance Revival style, was built in 1913–1916 to replace a second structure from 1845.
Lan Phlab Maha Jesada Badin It is an outdoor garden area located at the corner of Ratchadamnoen Klang Road and Mahachai Road. Phra Nakhon District is named after the name of King Nang Klao. When he was a title God Krommuen Jesada Badin The surrounding area is a wide courtyard. There is a royal monarch, King Nang Klao enshrined. In addition, the construction of a tabernacle that was used as a place for His Majesty the King to receive the country's guests. This tabernacle was built in the year 1989 on the original location of the Chalerm Thai pavilion. That has been demolished for views
19. Bangkok Arena
Bangkok Arena, formerly named Bangkok Futsal Arena (บางกอกฟุตซอลอารีนา), is an indoor sporting arena, located in Nong Chok District of Bangkok, Thailand. The capacity of the arena is 12,000 spectators and the construction of the arena was scheduled to be finished in 2012 for the 2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup but construction did not finish in time because of 2011 Thailand floods. The Arena was finally opened in 2015, in time for the 2015 AFF Futsal Championship. Expected uses include concerts, basketball, futsal and volleyball.
20. Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchaworamahawihan
Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple (wat) in the Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok, Thailand. It is situated on Thonburi on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. The temple derives its name from the Hindu god Aruṇa, often personified as the radiations of the rising sun. Wat Arun is among the best known of Thailand's landmarks. Although the temple has existed since at least the 17th century, its distinctive prang (spire) was built in the early 19th century during the reigns of Rama II and Rama III.
21. Wang Suan Phakkat
Suan Pakkad Palace or Suan Pakkard Palace is a museum in Bangkok, Thailand. It is located on Sri Ayutthaya Road, south of the Victory Monument. The museum has Thai antiques on display, including Ban Chiang pottery which are over 4,000 years old. Originally the home of Prince Chumbhotbongs Paribatra (1904–1959) and his wife, they converted it into a museum which opened in 1952. The museum features a group of four traditional Thai houses with covered hallways between them. There is also artwork on display in its Marsi Gallery.
22. Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is a contemporary arts centre in Bangkok, Thailand. Art, music, theatre, film, design and cultural/educational events take place in its exhibition and performance spaces. The centre includes cafes, commercial art galleries, bookshops, craft shops, and an art library. It is intended as a venue for cultural exchange, giving Bangkok an operational base on the international art scene. The number of visitors has risen from 300,000 in BACC's first year in 2007 to 1.7 million visitors in 2017.
23. Siriraj Medical Museum
The Siriraj Medical Museum, nicknamed the Museum of Death, is a medical museum in Bangkok, Thailand. Siriraj Medical Museum is open to the public and is a valuable resource for medical professionals and students. This museum consists of seven small medical museums: Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum, Ellis Pathological Museum, Congdon Anatomical Museum, Songkran Niyomsan Forensic Medicine Museum, Parasitological Museum, Touch Museum in Honor of Queen Mother Sirikit, and Sood Sangvichien Prehistoric Museum Laboratory.
24. Museum of Siam
Museum Siam is a discovery museum that is located at Sanam Chai road in Bangkok, Thailand. The museum was established in 2007 in the former building of the Ministry of Commerce. It was created to teach the national identity and history of the people of Thailand, and their relationships with neighboring cultures. The motto of the museum is “Play + Learn = เพลิน” ; through a series of interactive exhibits, the museum shows the development of Thailand from the past to present.
25. Museum of Natural History
The Chulalongkorn University Museum of Natural History, founded in 1954, is operated by the Chulalongkorn University's Faculty of Science in the Biology Building at the university's main campus in Bangkok, Thailand. The museum features exhibits of various organisms, including mounts of the endangered white-eyed river martin. The majority of the museum's exhibits are housed in its main hall, with dedicated rooms featuring Thai turtles and softshells, insects and land snails.
26. Wat Bophit Phimuk Worawihan
Wat Bophit Phimuk Worawihan, or simple known as Wat Bophit Phimuk is a second grade royal temple in Bangkok, located on Chakkrawat Road, Chakkrawat Sub-district, Samphanthawong District near the foot of Phra Pok Klao Bridge on periphery of Chakkrawat Sub-district, Samphanthawong District and Wang Burapha Phirom Sub-district, Phra Nakhon District. Regarded as another Thai temple located in the area known as Chinatown, in addition to the Wat Traimit or the Wat Chakkrawat.
27. Wachirabenchathat Park
Wachirabenchathat Park, or often spelled Vachirabenjatas Park, also popularly known as State Railway Public Park is a name of public park in Chatuchak district, Bangkok, Thailand. The park borders on the Queen Sirikit Park and Chatuchak Park, and it is also the largest park of the complex, bounded by Kamphaeng Phet 3 road and Kamphaeng Phet 2 road with Soi Nikhom Rotfai Sai 1 near PTT Head Office and Ministry of Energy. It is one of the most popular parks in Bangkok.
28. Wat Ratchaburana Ratchaworawihan
Wat Ratchaburana Ratchaworawihan or usually shortened to Wat Ratchaburana (วัดราชบูรณะ), commonly known as Wat Liap (วัดเลียบ), is a second-class temple in Maha Nikaya sect of Buddhism, located at 119 Chakkraphet Road, Wang Burapha Phirom Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok at the foot of the Memorial Bridge near Pak Khlong Talat and Praisaniyakarn, diagonally from the Long Corridor of Suankularb Wittayalai School.
29. Saranrom Park
Saranrom Park is a public park in Bangkok. It is located opposite the Grand Palace, between Sanam Chai, Charoen Krung and Rachini roads in Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District. The park occupies the former grounds of Saranrom Palace, which was built in 1866 and served as the residences of several princes and royal guests. The palace gardens were converted to serve as a public park under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration in 1960.
30. Soi Rambuttri
Ram Buttri Road or Soi Ram Buttri, is a small road, or soi, in Bangkok, Thailand. It is situated near Khaosan Road in the Bang Lamphu neighbourhood in the Phra Nakhon district. The road mainly consists of two parts. The first part connects Sip Sam Hang Road with the Chakrabongse Road. The second part runs from the Chakrabongse Road, beside Wat Chana Songkhram, to the Chao Fa Road, which is at the foot of the Pra Pin-Klao Bridge opposite the National Theater.
31. Wat Kanlayanamit Woramahawihan
Wat Kalayanamitr Varamahavihara is a Buddhist temple (wat) in Bangkok, Thailand. The temple is located in Wat Kanlaya sub-district, on the Thonburi bank of the Chao Phraya River. The temple was established in 1825 by Chaophraya Nikonbodin, a wealthy Thai Chinese trader, who donated the temple to Rama III. Chaophraya Nikonbodin was an ancestor of the Kalayanamitr family, whose descendants include Saprang Kalayanamitr. A poem inscribed in the temple reads:
32. Wat Kan Matuyaram
Wat Kanmatuyaram, or written as Wat Kanma Tuyaram is a small Thai civilian temple in Bangkok, located on Mangkon Road, Samphanthawong Sub-district, Samphanthawong District, regarded as another Thai temple located in the area of Bangkok's Chinatown, in addition to Wat Traimit. The entrance of the temple on Charoen Krung Road located diagonally from Chinese temple Wat Mangkon Kamalawat. The temple belongs to Dhammayuttika Nikaya of Theravada Buddhism.
33. Chatuchak Market
The Chatuchak Weekend Market, on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok, is the largest market in Thailand. Also known as JJ Market, it has more than 15,000 stalls and 11,505 vendors (2019), divided into 27 sections. Chatuchak Market sells many different kinds of goods, including plants, antiques, consumer electronics, cosmetics, pets, fresh and dry food and drinks, ceramics, furniture and home accessories, clothing, and books.
34. Christ Church Bangkok
Christ Church is a Protestant church open to all denominations. It is a parish of the Anglican Church in Thailand within the Diocese of Singapore. It has both English and Thai language congregations. There are about 400 church members, representing many different nationalities and denominational backgrounds. The liturgy is Anglican-Episcopal in its form, and the Gothic Revival style building can seat as many as 450 persons.
35. Memorial of Expeditionary Force
The 1st World War Volunteer Monument is a monument located at the triangle road in the north side of Sanam Luang. Opposite the Phra Nakhon National Museum is a memorial to the Thai soldiers who participated in the European battlefield. After the First World War, occurred in 1914 by Thailand with the Allies. Which has France, England and the United States Announcement of war with Germany and Austria-Hungary on July 22, 1917.
36. Wat Bowon Niwet Ratchaworawihan
Wat Pavaranivesh Vihara Ratchawarawihan is a major Buddhist temple (wat) in Phra Nakhon district, Bangkok, Thailand. Being the residence of Nyanasamvara Suvaddhana; the late Supreme Patriarch of Thailand, it is the final resting place of two former kings of Chakri Dynasty; King Vajiravudh and King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The temple was established in 1824 by Mahasakti Pol Sep, viceroy during the reign of King Rama III.
37. Wat Anongkharam Worawihan
Wat Anongkharam Worawihan is a second grade royal temple of Worawihan. It was built in 1850 in dedication for King Rama III. The formerly named was Wat Noi Khamthaem (วัดน้อยขำแถม) after its founder Dame Noi, wife of a noble, Somdet Chao Phraya Borom Maha Phichai Yat, the temple was built along with neighbouring Wat Phichai Yat. It was later renamed Wat Anongkharam by King Rama IV.
38. Temple of the Emerald Buddha
Wat Phra Kaew, commonly known in English as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and officially as Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram, is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. The complex consists of a number of buildings within the precincts of the Grand Palace in the historical centre of Bangkok. It houses the statue of the Emerald Buddha, which is venerated as the country's palladium.
39. Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum
The Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum, originally known as the old Thonburi station, built as Bangkok Noi station, is a Brick Expressionism style building in Siri Rat subdistrict, Bangkok Noi district, Bangkok. It was built as a railway station and terminus of the Southern Line of Thailand's national rail network from 1903 to 1999; closed in 2003; and renovated and reopened as a museum in 2013.
40. Sathorn Unique Tower
Sathorn Unique Tower is an unfinished skyscraper in the Thai capital city Bangkok. Planned as a high-rise condominium complex, construction of the building was halted during the 1997 Asian financial crisis, when it was already about 80 percent complete. It is now among the most prominent of Bangkok's many derelict buildings, and has become a destination for urban explorers.
41. Wat Sutthi Wararam
Wat Suthiwararam Located on Charoen Krung Road, Yannawa, Sathon, Bangkok It has an area of 4 rai, 3 ngan 13 wah, received the royal grant of Visungkham Sima in B.E. 2424 during the reign of King Chulalongkorn, presumably built in the Krung Thon Buri period. It is considered to be the temple of the genus Na Songkhla in Bangkok, other than Wat Suwankeeree. Songkhla Province
42. Wat Bang Khun Thian Nok
Wat Bang Khun Thian Nok, usually shortened to Wat Nok, is a Buddhist temple (wat) in Chom Thong District, Bangkok, Thailand. In the past, this temple was a landmark of the Bang Khun Thian people because there was a canal flowing in front and easy to connect with Chao Phraya River. There have activities such as Loy Krathong, market, Songkran and Buddhist activities.
43. Church of the Immaculate Conception
The Church of Immaculate Conception of Bangkok, also known as Wat Khamen, is the oldest Catholic church in Thailand. Its name Immaculate Conception comes from the Catholic belief that by the will of God the Virgin Mary was conceived free from original sin. The Church's history and construction is an example of the religious tolerance of the Thai people.
44. Bangkok Planetarium
The Bangkok Planetarium is the oldest planetarium in Thailand and Southeast Asia. It is located on Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok as part of the Science Centre for Education, which is operated by the Department of Non-Formal Education of the Ministry of Education.The complex was built to educate the youth and general public about science and astronomy.
45. Wat Phra Sri Mahathat
Wat Phra Si Mahathat Wora Maha Viharn is a Buddhist temple in the Bang Khen District of Bangkok. Construction began in 20 March 1941 in commemoration of the government victory over the Boworadet rebellion in 1933. Wat Phra Si Mahathat was designated a first-class royal monastery in 1942, making it one of the most significant temples in Thailand.
46. Sri Mahamariamman Temple
Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, also known as Maha Uma Devi Temple (Thai: วัดพระศรีมหาอุมาเทวี; RTGS: Wat Phra Si Maha Umathewi and Wat Khaek in Thai, is a South Indian architecture style Hindu temple on Si Lom Road in Bangkok, Thailand. It was built in 1879 by Vaithi Padayatchi, a Tamil Hindu immigrant.
47. Wat Nimmanoradi
Wat Nimmanoradi is a Thai Buddhist temple in Bangkok. It is a third grade royal monastery by the canals Khlong Phasi Charoen and Khlong Ratcha Montri on the border of Phasi Charoen area, just across the canal of Khlong Ratcha Montri is Bang Khae area. Therefore, this temple is often mistaken for its location in district of Bang Khae.
48. Victory Monument
Victory Monument is a military monument in Bangkok, Thailand. The monument was erected in June 1941 to commemorate the Thai victory in the Franco-Thai War. The monument is in Ratchathewi District, northeast of central Bangkok, at the center of a traffic circle in the intersection of Phahonyothin, Phaya Thai and Ratchawithi roads.
49. Wat Intharawihan
Wat Intharawihan or Wat Intharavihan is a Third Class Royal wat (temple) located in the Phra Nakhon District of Bangkok, Thailand. It is noted for its 32 metres (105 ft) high standing Buddha statue known as Luang Pho To or "Phra Si Ariyamettrai" that was erected on the inspiration of the still highly revered abbott Somdej Toh.
50. Wat Phitchaya Yatikaram Worawihan
Wat Phichaya Yatikaram Worawihan, also referred to as Wat Phichai Yat is a Thai Buddhist temple in Bangkok, regarded as one of the most beautiful and outstanding temples of Bangkok and Thonburi side. The temple is located by the waterside of Khlong Somdet Chao Phraya in Khlong San District near present Wongwian Lek.
51. Bangkok National Museum
The Bangkok National Museum is the main branch museum of the National Museums in Thailand and also one of the largest museums in Southeast Asia. It features exhibits of Thai art and history. It occupies the former palace of the vice king, set between Thammasat University and the National Theater, facing Sanam Luang.
52. Santichaiprakan Park
Santichaiprakarn Park is a small urban park of about 8 rai in Bangkok located on the ending phase of Phra Athit Road, Chana Songkram Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District east bank of Chao Phraya River at mouth of Khlong Bang Lamphu in the area of Bang Lamphu. Opposite to Rama VIII Park in Thonburi side.
53. Wat Suwannaram Ratchaworawihan
Wat Suwannaram Ratchaworawihan or usually shortened to Wat Suwannaram and Wat Suwan is an historic second-class royal temple in Bangkok located in Soi Charan Sanit Wong 32, Charan Sanit Wong Road, Siri Rat Subdistrict, Bangkok Noi District, Thonburi side, on the western bank of Khlong Bangkok Noi.
54. Bang Luang Mosque
Bang Luang Mosque is a historic mosque in Bangkok located in Soi Arun Amarin 7, New Arun Amarin Road, Wat Kanlaya Subdistrict, Thon Buri District, Thonburi side within Kudi Khao Community by the Khlong Bangkok Yai near mouth of Chao Phraya River, it is also known as Kudi Khao and Kudi To Yi.
55. Wat Soi Thong
Wat Soi Thong is a third-classed royal Buddhist temple in Bangkok. The monastery located by Chao Phraya River near Rama VI Bridge, Rama VII Bridge and Yothinburana School. It was built around 1851, assuming that built by the descendants of Chao Phraya Si Phiphat during King Rama VI's reign.
56. Royal Thai Air Force Museum
The Royal Thai Air Force Museum is located in Don Mueang District, Bangkok, Thailand. It is located on the Phahonyothin Road just to the south of Wing 6 of the domestic terminal of the Don Mueang Airport. It was served by the Royal Thai Air Force Museum BTS station since 16 December 2020.
57. Wat Sam Phraya Worawihan
Wat Sam Phraya is a Thai royal temple of the third class, located in Wat Sam Phraya Sub-district, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok. Formerly called Wat Sak or Wat Bang Khun Phrom, it was presumably built in the Ayutthaya period. It was restored and given its present name in the Bangkok era.
58. Suan Amporn Park
Amporn Park is a venue in front of the royal courtyard, U Thong Road in Dusit, Dusit District, Bangkok. In the middle is a large pond, a circle with a fountain with a event building. And outdoor performances Amporn Garden is under the supervision of the Bureau of the Royal Household.
59. Erawan Shrine
The Erawan Shrine, formally the Thao Maha Phrom Shrine, is a shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, which houses a statue of Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of Brahma, the Hindu god of creation. The name might also refer to Mahabrahma, the ruler of the Brahma realm in Buddhist cosmology.
60. Siam Ocean World
Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World is an aquarium in Bangkok, Thailand and is the largest in South East Asia. It covers approximately 10,000 square meters (110,000 sq ft) with hundreds of different species on display in exhibits totaling about 5,000,000 liters (1,300,000 U.S. gal).
61. Ton son Mosque
Ton Son Mosque is a historic mosque affiliated with the Sunni religion of Islam. Located on the left bank of Khlong Bangkok Yai canal, Wat Arun Subdistrict, Bangkok Yai District, Bangkok's Thonburi side, opposite Wat Moli Lokayaram temple, across the canal is Bang Luang Mosque.
62. Wat Chana Songkhram Ratchaworamahawihan
Wat Chanasongkhram Ratchaworamahawiharn, usually shortened to Wat Chana Songkhram, is a second-class royal monastery in Chana Songkram Sub-district, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, within area of Bang Lamphu opposite to Khaosan Road and next to Rambuttri Road.
63. Chalerm Krung Royal Theatre
Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre was originally a movie theatre in Bangkok, Thailand built in Modernist style on Charoengkrung Road. It was opened on 3 July 1933. After serving as a cinema for many years it now hosts performances of classical Thai dance.
64. Khaosan Road
Khaosan Road or Khao San Road is a short street in central Bangkok, Thailand constructed in 1892 during the reign of Rama V. It is in the Bang Lamphu area of Phra Nakhon District about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) north of the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew.
65. Wat Ratchapradit Sathit Maha Simaram Ratchaworawihan
66. Jim Thompson House
67. Wat Thep Thidaram Worawihan
Wat Thepthidaram Worawihan or popularly known as Wat Thepthidaram is a third grade royal Buddhist temple in Worawihan type, located in the area known as Pratu Phi or official name Samran Rat, Bangkok, near Mahakan Fort and Wat Ratchanadda.
68. Withayu Palace
Wang Radio or Wang Somdet, Her Mother King Rama Vongkorn, a palace of the hall of Her Mother King Rama Vongkorn, Kromphraya Chai Nanrenthorn with Mother Elizabeth Rangsit at Ayutthaya, located on the road, opposite to Pak Soi Ruamrudee 3
69. Gurdwara Siri Guru Singh Sabha
Located in Bangkok's Phahurat district, the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara is the place of worship of a Sikh community that has been living in Thailand for about a century and has created textile businesses that are still thriving today.
70. Wat Pathum Khongkha Ratchaworawihan
Wat Pathum Khongkha Ratchaworawihan, or simple known as Wat Pathum Khongkha is a second class royal temple in the Talat Noi area of Bangkok's Chinatown near Tri Mit Road, which leads to Odeon Circle, the beginning of Yaowarat Road.
71. Wat Samian Nari
72. Chatuchak Park
73. Bangkokian Museum
Bangkok Folk Museum, or Bangkokian Museum, is a museum in Bangkok, Thailand. It is at house number 273 on Soi Charoen Krung 43, near the Sri Rat Expressway, several hundred metres from the left bank of the Chao Phraya River.
74. Wat Sitaram
Wat Sitaram is a Thai monastery in Bangkok, located on the Damrong Rak Road near Khlong Maha Nak canal between Wat Saket and Bobae Market, considered to be the temple that is closest to Wat Saket, or temple of Golden Mount.
75. King Prajadhipok Museum
King Prajadhipok Museum is a museum in Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok, Thailand. The building has three floors of permanent exhibitions relating to royal life of King Prajadhipok and Queen Rambai Barni of Thailand.
76. Wat Khanika Phon
Wat Khanikaphon is a Thai private temple in the Maha Nikaya tradition of Buddhism, It is at Phlapphla Chai, Khwaeng Pom Prap, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok, in front of the Phlapphla Chai police station.
77. Wat Borom Niwat Ratchaworawihan
Wat Borom Niwat Ratchaworawihan ; also simple known as Wat Borom Niwat or Wat Borom) is a second class royal Thai Buddhist temple, located in the Rong Mueang Subdistrict, Pathum Wan District, downtown Bangkok.
78. Wat Mahannapharam Worawihan
Wat Mahannapharam Worawihan or Wat Mahan, commonly called Wat Mahanop, is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. The first state school for general public in Thailand was established at the temple in 1884.
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