Blog Posts - Things To Do In Bangkok



Bangkok Street Food Guide

After 10 days of exploring Thailand, I only had 24 hours to experience the mega metropolis of Bangkok. Fortunately, I had a local ace up my sleeve by the name of Mark Wiens, who has been living in Bangkok since 2009, writing and filming for his popu...
by Tourist 2 Townie on May 12, 2016

Taken For a Ride by a Tuk Tuk Driver in Bangkok

I’d already considered myself a fairly savvy traveller by the time I arrived in Thailand. After all, I’d lived in Asia for over a year and had just spent three weeks making my way around poverty-stricken Cambodia. It’s amazing how...
by Marie Away on Aug 20, 2015

Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2015 from 11-14 June

Once again. the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is joining hands with NCC Exhibition Organiser to hold the Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2015 at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre in Bangkok from 11-14 June, 2015. Mr. Wiboon Nimitrwani...
by Malaysia Asia on May 28, 2015

A Return to Talad Rot Fai, Bangkok’s (Still) Crazy-Cool Vintage Market

Just over a year ago I briefly noted the unfortunate demise of Talad Rot Fai, the laid-back Bangkok night market where booze-addled treasure-hunting for all manners of vintage and designer goods was one of the city’s most idiosyncratic nightlif...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jan 30, 2015

Top 5 Fun Things To Do In Bangkok

Not into sightseeing around temples? Looking for somewhere fun to take the kids? If you look hard enough, there are plenty of fun things to do in Bangkok other than shopping and sightseeing, both for adults and children.  Fun Things To Do In Bangkok...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Jul 16, 2014

Mansion 7 Haunted Mansion Bangkok

A more extreme take on the traditional haunted house experience, Mansion 7 in Bangkok has created it’s own badass version ghost house especially for adults. This is not for the feint hearted… What is Mansion 7? There seems to be a wee bit...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Jan 9, 2014

Fantasia Lagoon Water Park Bangkok

Fantasia Lagoon is one of Bangkok’s lesser known water parks, randomly situated on the top of a mall in the outskirts of the city. The few expats and tourists who do ever get to hear about Fantasia Lagoon and pay a visit, end up hailing it as o...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Dec 28, 2013

Flow House Surfing Bangkok

Set in the heart of Bangkok’s skyscraper cityscape, the Flow House is a great place to either let out some steam surfing on the FlowRider, or to just simply chill out in the bar to some laid back, dub reggae and rock tunes. The Layout Of Flow H...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Dec 10, 2013

Five Golden Rules of Visiting Bangkok’s Grand Palace

By Brian Spencer Where Bangkok is long on daily experiential pleasures, for such a vast city it’s somewhat short on proper tourist attractions. You know, “must sees” on the rudimentary sightseeing circuit for every class of traveler...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Sep 13, 2013

Getting to the Floating Market of Damnoen Saduak

Due to forces beyond my control, my old Feedburner feed is retired (Thanks, Google!). Please resubscribe on GRRRL TRAVELER subscription page to get the latest news or you can follow me on Bloglovin ! I had never been to a floating market before. It...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Aug 12, 2013

Getting to the Floating Market of Damnoen Saduak

I had never been to a floating market before. It was my first solo trip to Thailand and the notion seeing river houses raised on stilts and farmers selling their produce and wares on wooden boats felt so exotic. Four years later and I’ve seen a...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Aug 12, 2013

Tae Chio Chinese Cemetery, Sathorn

  Tucked away amongst the backstreet sois and nestled within the multitude of Bangkok skyscrapers, you can find a peculiar and unconventional Chinese graveyard; it’s an all-in-one park, gym, temple and hangout for the locals. It’s of...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 25, 2013

Bug & Bee Cafe Bangkok

A four story, cozy cafe situated on the busy main street of Sala Deng in Silom Bangkok, the Bug & Bee Cafe serves an interesting and delicious array of different drinks and dishes. With lively background latin & jazz music and sunny yellow de...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 24, 2013

Lumpini Park

  Lumphini Park, Bangkok’s first public park, was opened by King Rama VI in 1925 – you can find his statue at the main gates. It was named after Lumbini, the famed birthplace of the Buddha in Nepal. The park offers huge, natural op...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 23, 2013

Mr Jones’ Teddy Bear Orphanage Bangkok

Mr Jones’ Teddy Bear Orphanage is a quirky and cute Bangkok patisserie with unique character – there are two branches in Bangkok, one cafe located in Seen Space, Thonglor (on soi 13), and the other cafe in Siam Centre (at BTS Siam). The a...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 21, 2013

Mr Jone’s Teddy Bear Orphanage

Mr Jones’ Teddy Bear Orphanage is a quirky and cute patisserie with unique character – there are two branches in Bangkok, one located in Seen Space Thonglor, and the other in Siam Centre. The attention to detail and presentation is amazin...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 21, 2013

Benjakiti Park

Peace amongst the hustle and bustle of central Bangkok… Benjakiti park lives in the shadow of Bangkok’s more famous and renowned park, Lumpini Park. Benjakiti is extremely quiet, maybe you’ll come across the odd jogger or cyclist, t...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 17, 2013

Baiyoke Tower

Baiyoke Tower is the tallest building in Thailand with 84 floors of shopping, dining, exhibitions and it’s very own sky hotel. For 300 baht you can purchase a ticket to visit the revolving Bangkok rooftop on the 84th floor – the city view...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 14, 2013

Rock Pub Bangkok

Need some good music in your life in Thailand?! Shit yeah, tell me about it brother! The Rock Pub in Bangkok has live music every night starting from around 9.30pm. The bands seem to be mainly cover bands for punk, grunge, rock and old skool metal ge...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 13, 2013

Hangover 2 Hotel

The Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower Hotel in Bangkok is more commonly known as the famous bar from Hangover 2. It has a highly sophisticated restaurant and bar 63 floors high above the city, reputedly the tallest rooftop bar in the world. In fact, it is...
by Can I Live In Thailand on May 7, 2013


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