Local Attractions

Family Activities

Neilson Hays Library

The Neilson Hays Library, a stunning neo-classical structure built in 1922, houses Bangkok's finest collection of English-language books. Due to the variety of kid-friendly activities offered here, it's ideal for families. Particularly well-liked is the storytelling session on Saturday. It starts each week at 10:30 am and is geared towards kids aged 3 to 7. Additionally, there is a special reading area with both fiction and non-fiction books for young adults. The library also holds annual book sales, visits from schools, and special family events.

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: +662 233 1731

Morning Local Market at Silom Soi 20

The local market, which is located in the heart of Silom, offers a variety of local foods starting at 10 baht, such as  soy milk, congee, steamed fish with curry paste, local fruits, and many more. The ideal location to start your morning is this market.

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Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World

Head over to if you're a huge fan of sea life! By exploring their 11 Aquarium Zones, you can discover a wide variety of aquatic creatures that reside in settings such as coral reefs, oceans, and even rainforests.

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: +662 687 2000

Bangkok Snake Farm

Operated by the Thai Red Cross, the Bangkok Snake Farm runs research, breeding program, and producing anti-venoms with an aim to use in Thai hospitals. Moreover, it seeks to educate public people about the slithery animals with and informative museum and entertraining daily snake show.

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: +662 252 0161

Gem and Jewelry Bangkok, Silom

Operated by the Thai Red Cross, the Bangkok Snake Farm runs research, breeding program, and producing anti-venoms with an aim to use in Thai hospitals. Moreover, it seeks to educate public people about the slithery animals with and informative museum and entertraining daily snake show.

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: +662 634 4999 ext. 444


Chao Phraya River Bangkok Tour

Explore historic landmarks of Bangkok through Choa Phraya River by the tourist boat. Many cultural attractions, such as the magnificent Temple of Dawn and the fascinating Museum of Siam to the vibrant flower market and the spectacular Grand Palace, can be found along the waterways.

Bangkok Canal Tour - Thonburi Area

The canal tour will bring you to explore Bangkok ancient waterways and see locals' lives along the famous canals.

Thai Bus Food Tour

Explore Bangkok in the elegant double-decker bus. - a truly exceptional culinary experience. Without leaving your table, savour authentic Thai cuisine while visiting Bangkok's most well-known attractions.


Patpong Night Market

Located in Silom Raod, tourists are able to get all sorts of souvenirs like t-shirt, coconut shell bowls, local art and etc. Moreover, many Thai street menus can be found in this night market.

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Mahanakhon Skyview

Experience Thailand’s tallest observatory deck when you visit the Mahanakhon SkyWalk. At this place, you are able to see Bangkok in the ultimate

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: +662 677 8721

Outdoor Activities

Lumpini Park

The city's "green zone" Businessmen, visitors, and locals from Bangkok come here to jog. Older people practise Tai Chi, while others relax in the fresh air. Also, couples and families could paddle in a duck-shaped pedal boat at Lumpini Park.

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Benjakitti Park

Since 1992, Banjakitti Park is a popular destination for outdoor recreation and exercise in Bangkok.

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Chong Nonsi Canal Park

At the CBD's prime area - Sathorn and Silom, the Chong Nonsi Canal Park project was to turn a public area into the canal and use environmentally friendly techniques to restore ecosystem services that were once an essential part of Bangkok life. Here, you can enjoy the green space in the heart of Bangkok.

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Bangkok Bike Tour

Joining this Bangkok bicycle tour, which takes you to popular tourist attractions and cultural hotspots, will provide you the experience of a lifetime.

Bang Krachao

With 16 square kilometres of mangrove forest, canals, and farms, Bang Krachao is a significant agricultural region. Elevated walkways provide a great view of the canals, but they are not for the timid. Old Buddhist temples and a floating market are also nearby. Many visitors prefer to rent bicycles to tour the island and experience traditional Thai culture firsthand.

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Chaopraya Cruise

From a beautiful perspective point, enjoy Bangkok's most well-known and revered sites while gliding through the night on the Chao Phraya Cruise. The dinner cruise offers a lavish buffet spread out for your enjoyment that includes your favourite Thai dishes as well as a variety of international sweets. The Chao Phraya Princess Cruise guarantees no less than an enjoyable and unforgettable evening, complete with a live band to adorn your dinner with nostalgic music from the past.

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Wang Lang Market

Located along the Chao Phraya River and situated next to Siriraj Hospital, Wang Lang Market is a hidden market to tourists, where many local kinds of food sell here for all visitors.

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Yao Warat Road

In Bangkok, Chinatown is located along Yaowarat Road and is well-known for its numerous shops and Chinese medicine sellers. Yaowarat Road has numerous overcrowded, narrow side streets, restaurant and food stall stalls. There is frequently nothing else to do once you are inside Chinatown's maze but to be completely surprised.

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A hidden Indian restaurants that you should not missed! With 450-metre from the hotel, Al-Rahaman is recommened for all hotels' guests.

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Talad Noi Community

Before Bangkok was even established, a neighbourhood along the river in Bangkok called Talad Noi existed between Chinatown and Bangrak. It is a distinctly different area from other parts of the Thai capital, with its own distinctive gritty streets and multicultural heritage.

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Bangkokian Museum

The Bangkokian Museum is built up from three restored old houses that are shaded by nearby trees. Bangkok's upper middle-class homes from the early to mid-20th century are on display at the Bangkokian Museum. The gardens in Bangkok are a tranquil haven despite being located in a very busy area. The museum's previous owner left a legacy to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration.

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: +662 233 7027

No.1 House

House No. 1 on Captain Bush Lane is a legacy of European presence in Southeast Asia at the turn of the century.

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Kudi Chin museum

"The history, culture, and immigration of a long-standing Portuguese-Thai community in Thonburi, which dates back 250 years to the days of ancient Siam, are preserved by Baan Kudichin Museum.

The descendants of the original owner decided to convert the home into a museum in order to preserve their community's history, and the museum is housed in the former residence of a Catholic family in the Kudichin Community."

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Maha Sri Mariamman Temple

At the center of Bangkok, one over-100-years Hindu Temple is situated on the Silom road which is one of the hectic business areas in Thailand. This temple is well-known for worshipping Goddess Mariamman. This temple is a must for people who want to explore the culture and religious elements at the same time.

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: +6697 315 9569

Museum Siam

The first national museum of discovery, Museum Siam is a modern museum for the educated generation of today. It aims to give visitors a novel, interactive museum experience by stimulating their curiosity about what they are seeing and learning. It focuses particularly on the interaction between the exhibition and visitors because this will result in a never-ending stream of new discoveries.

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: +662 225 2777

Grand Palace

The Grand Palace Bangkok is a man-made palace with a complex of numerous structures, halls, pavilions, and temples arranged around open lawns, gardens, and courtyards. On the banks of Bangkok's principal river, the Chao Phraya, in the city's centre. This place is also the official residence of Thai Kings since 1782.

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Wat Arun

On the western (Thonburi) bank of the Chao Phraya river, Wat Arun, also known as Wat Chaeng, is a well-known temple. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful temples in Bangkok, not just because it is situated by the river but also because its design is so distinctive from the other temples in the Thai capital. Wat Arun, also known as the "Temple of Dawn," is a magnificent structure that towers over the water and is partially made up of colourfully decorated spires.

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River City Bangkok

Art lovers and collectors can peruse galleries, attend talks, watch films, participate in auctions, enjoy live music, and learn about Thailand's developing contemporary art scene at River City Bangkok, a cultured lifestyle centre for arts and antiques.

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: +662 237 0077