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Top attractions in Bangkok

Princess Mother Memorial Park (Suan Somdet Ya)
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Art in Paradise Bangkok
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Explore the ruins of Angkor Wat, walk across a rickety bridge high above a raging river, ride a flying carpet through Ancient Egypt, and surf an enormous wave—it’s all possible at the Art in Paradise Bangkok museum. The colorful, detailed paintings on the walls and floors enable you to travel the world from the comfort of a Bangkok mall. Unlike traditional art galleries, where you stand and gaze at works of art, Art in Paradise encourages you to become part of the scene and pose for photos.To save time, purchase your ticket online in advance. Or, visit the museum as part of a guided tour of Bangkok.
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Siam Square
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Sky Bar
6 Activities
The Sky Bar is a dizzying 820 feet (250 meters) above Bangkok. As well as its views, the bar is well-known for its high-quality cocktails and whisky. It’s been named as one of the best rooftop bars in the world by many high-profile magazines and newspapers, and has won hospitality awards. Located in the Silom district, it has great views of the Chao Phraya River and the city. Most travelers visit the bar independently after a day of sightseeing in Bangkok.
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Sri Mariamman Temple
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The Sri Mariamman Temple is a working temple, and every day Hindu devotees leave offerings of flowers and fruit. It’s built in a South Indian architectural style, with a 19-foot (6-meter) gopuram, or tower, carved with images of Hindu gods and goddesses and painted bright colors. Inside are three main sanctuaries devoted to the gods Ganesh, Kartik, and Mariamman—the Tamil goddess of nature. Visit independently or on a private tour of Hindu landmarks.
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Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute)
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MOCA Bangkok (Museum of Contemporary Art)
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Artist House at Klong Bang Luang (Baan Silapin)
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Tiger God Shrine (San Chao Pho Suea)
5 Activities
The Tiger God Shrine is dedicated to the spirit of a tiger who lived in the jungle surrounding Bangkok. The tiger is thought to bless worshippers with good fortune while also protecting them from evil forces. Inside, you can see an altar to the Chinese god of the north star and other deities. Worshippers burn incense and lay flowers and food as offerings. You can see the shrine on many Old Town tours.
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BTS Skytrain (Bangkok Mass Transit System)
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Top tours in Bangkok

Private Guide In and Around Bangkok: Custom Tour
Mobile Ticketing
Duration: 8 hours
Half-Day Railway Market and Floating Market Tour in Thailand
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 6 hours
Experience Real Bangkok by Bike
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 3 hours
Bangkok by Night: Temples, Markets and Food by Tuk-Tuk
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours
Thailand's Ayutthaya Temples and River Cruise from Bangkok
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 9 hours
Longtail boat 2 hrs - Bangkok Canal tour
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 2 hours
Bangkok Midnight Food Tour by Tuk Tuk
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours
Bangkok Backstreets Food Tour with 15+ Tastings
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours
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