Must see attractions in Bangkok

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    Tang Contemporary Art

    Bangkok’s primary venue for modern artists from China has edged its way to become one of the city’s top contemporary galleries. Check the website to see…

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    Chamchuri Art Gallery

    This gallery, part of Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Arts, emphasises modern spiritual themes and brilliantly coloured abstracts from emerging…

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    Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center

    The Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center is a small but engaging museum with multimedia exhibits on the history of Bangkok’s Chinatown and its residents.

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    Phamai Baan Krua

    Situated in the canalside community of Baan Khrua, this family outfit weaves silk on old teak looms.

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    Wat Poramai Yikawat Museum

    This is a tiny museum – really a small assemblage of religious paraphernalia and knick-knacks – inside Ko Kret's Wat Poramai Yikawat.

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    Siam Park City

    Siam Park City features more than 30 rides and a water park with the largest wave pool in the world.

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    Aood Bankrua Thai Silk

    Situated in the canalside community of Baan Khrua, this family outfit weaves silk on old teak looms.

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    Democracy Monument

    The Democracy Monument is the focal point of the grand, European-style boulevard that is Th Ratchadamnoen Klang. As the name suggests, it was erected to…

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    Chulalongkorn University

    Thailand’s oldest and most prestigious university is nestled in a leafy enclave south of busy Rama I.

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    Rama V Memorial

    The bronze figure on horseback is Rama V (King Chulalongkorn; r 1868–1910), the monarch widely credited for steering the country into the modern age and…

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    Odeon Circle

    A traffic roundabout with the accompanying Chinatown Arch monument that serves as a central landmark in Bangkok's Chinatown.

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    Chinese Style Clock Tower

    This Chinese-style clock tower located in the southeastern corner of Lumphini doubles as an interesting photographic subject amidst the park's greenery.

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    Rama VI Statue

    This statue at the southwestern entrance of Lumphini commemorates the founding emperor of the park, Rama VI.

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    Wat Pathum

    A low-key but beautiful Buddhist temple sandwiched between two of Bangkok's snazziest shopping malls.

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    Clock Tower

    This clock tower serves as a convenient meeting point in Chatuchak Weekend Market.

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    Vishnu Shrine

    This is one of the few Hindu shrines located in Bangkok's old town.