King Power Mahanakhon is recognized as Thailand’s Tallest Tower (314 meters), certified by Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in April 2016. King Power Mahanakhon is Thailand’s highest 360-degree Observation Deck at 314 meters high with Glass tray floor at the height of 310 meters above the ground.
MOCA BANGKOK has been purposely built to showcase and exhibit the exceptional works of art collected over the past three decades by Boonchai Bencharongkul, whose passion for art runs deep. The museum is also intended as a tangible sign ofappreciation for the many great favours bestowed upon the Thai people by our beloved monarch, King Rama IX, and is dedicated to the honour of Professor Silpa...
Khongsittha Muay Thai provides a modern Muay Thai experience for all using traditional Muay Thai values. Combining martial arts, fitness, and hospitality, we aim to be a powerhouse in Sports Tourism and Wellness Retreats.
Bangkok's famous palace complex was built in 1782 and features several magnificent buildings including Wat Phra Kaeo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), which contains a beautiful Emerald Buddha that dates back to the 14th century.
Chatuchack Weekend Market is indoor and outdoor market, Also known as JJ Market was reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. A huge market about 35 acres, with 27 sections in all, Many shops more than 10,000 shops and stalls offering a wide range of products from Thai handicrafts, handmade products, clothing, accessories, arts and painting, house decorations, households,...
This former home of an American named Jim Thompson, who started the Thai silk industry after World War II, houses a magnificent collection of Asian art and many unique displays.
And you thought Patpong was only about Go-Go bars and shopping? The mythos of this little street in Bangkok has developed over a hundred years, morphing from a rice paddy to the entertainment district of today, with its Go-Go bars, Ping Pong shows and ladyboys. The CIA set up shop there, and David Bowie as well as a lot of other celebrities explored these streets. The Patpong museum provides you...
Located inside the grounds of the Grand Palace, Thailand’s most valued temple features the magnificent Emerald Buddha that dates back to the 14th century.
This temple is considered to be the most famous and photographed temple in Bangkok, which features a soaring 70-meter-high spire decorated with tiny pieces of colored glass and Chinese porcelain.
Bangkok’s answer to mass transit started operating in December 1999 and is a convenient and useful way of getting around the city.