What to see in Bangkok in two days
Bangkok as the main and largest place of Thailand offers a lot of interesting sights and places to visit – mainly Buddhist temples. How to go through it here so that you can see everything important in two to three days
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We start our tour of Bangkok by heading, stylistically along the river, to the historic city center, where the city's three most important temples lie on both banks of the Chao Prao River – Wat Arun, Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaeo.
Article: Cruise to Wat Arun
Wat Arun is without a doubt one of the top five most important sights in Bangkok, so it is a destination for almost all visitors… continue reading
Article: Tour of Wat Arun
Located on the right bank of the Chao Phraya River, this temple has been attracting tourists for decades. The church underwent a… continue reading
Article: Tour of Wat Pho
One of the most beautiful temples in Bangkok is undoubtedly Wat Pho with a huge reclining Buddha. In addition to the reclining… continue reading
Article: Wat Phra Kaeo
Wat Phra Kaeo Buddhist Temple is located in the very center of Bangkok, within the grounds of the Royal Palace. The name in… continue reading
Road to the Aquarium
After a morning tour of three important temples, you will definitely need to cool off, so head out to the really beautiful Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World aquarium.
Article: A trip to the aquarium in Bangkok
Bangkok is not only magnificent Buddhist temples, but you will also find one of the most interesting aquariums in the world. In… continue reading
After visiting the aquarium, take a short rest and in the evening head to the busiest tourist artery in Bangkok – Khao San. Here you can choose from countless street food
Day 2: Not just Golden Mount
The next day take a walk to the famous Golden Mount. Along the way you will also see the famous Klonga canals
Klongy in Bangkok
The water canals of the klonga are very interesting, you will find here along which the city public transport still works. Some of them also find original houses and life as x years ago. Definitely worth a walk. On the way from the center to Golden Mount you will find two other interesting temples Wat Bowonniwet Vihara and Wat Ratchanatdaram
Article: A tour of the Wat Bowonniwet Vihara temple
Just a few hundred meters north of the famous Khao San Road, you will find the little-known yet interesting and significant… continue reading
Article: Tour of Watu Ratchanatdaram
Basically in sight of the Golden Mountain with the famous Wat Saket temple lies the lesser known but very nice temple Wat… continue reading
Article: Ascent to Golden Mount
One of the most beautiful places in Bangkok is the artificially raised Golden Mount with the Wat Saket Buddhist temple at its top… continue reading
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