The new MahaNakhon Skywalk at Bangkok’s tallest building offers spectacular 360 degree views.
While you may only be spending a few days in Bangkok, take time out to discover this sprawling Thai capital’s rich cultural heritage with Khiri Travel’s tour to ancient teak palaces, mansions and fascinating museums.
Venture by long-tail boat into Bangkok’s old Thonburi district and visit Khlong Bang Luang Artist House – part of a local canal community that epitomizes the old-world charm of early 20th century Bangkok.
It’s Bangkok’s Hyde Park or Central Park. With an Asian twist.
Koh Kret, a man-made island in the middle of the Chao Phraya River, offers a fascinating window onto the locale’s ethnic Mon community and its pottery industry, only an hour by boat from central Bangkok.
In recent years, new efforts have been made to preserve Bangkok’s crumbling architecture, with sites like Warehouse 30 and Lhong 1919 meticulously restored to fulfil new and exciting functions.
Thailand has a number of impressive historical landmarks that have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, among them, the stunning 13th and 14th century ruins at Sukhothai Historical Park.
Thailand’s beloved King Chulalongkorn, or Rama V, was a modernist and social reformer, known for bringing European influences to bear on the Kingdom’s architecture and culture.
In Bangkok, learn how to find this small, charming neighborhood, home to a famous Thai actor and where residents still live the traditional Thai lifestyle in the shadow of skyscrapers
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