Bangkok Thailand - 12 Top Thrilling Things to Do

Bangkok reminds us of the misunderstood, scruffy cousin who arrives late to a family dinner on a loud, dented motorbike wearing an inappropriate slogan t-shirt. You know the one who takes a while to open up but eventually wins over the table with his unique charm and hidden endearing qualities?

Bangkok is very seldom loved at first sight but regardless of weather, budget or interests, the city has something for every type of traveller especially for those who do their research. Although initial thoughts about the sprawling capital are focused around the chaos, the heat and the pollution; Bangkok in actual fact has a wide array of wonderful activities hiding behind the scorching concrete and littered pavements.

Top 3 Bangkok’s Best Festivals

Being the cultural and commercial hub, Bangkok’s celebration of the many Thai Festivals are remarkably magnificent and worth planning your visit around if possible. In the Land of Smiles, any excuse is a reason for celebration and no Thai city does it better than Bangkok. Our top three Thai festivals in the vibrant capital are the New Year countdown on News Eve, Songkran and Loi Krathong.

New Year – Turn Over a New Leaf

While the New Year countdown is pretty self-explanatory with the fireworks and street parades being an absolute sensation, the other two are worth delving deeper into.

Songkran Festival – Splashing Water

In a nutshell, Songkran Festival is essentially a countrywide water fight that takes place over a few days in Thailand’s hottest month of the year (April).

Many business, banks and restaurants close during this festival and many locals use this time to travel across the country for family reunions. The symbolic meaning behind the water buckets, garden hoses and water guns (aside from the glorious merriment and joy of the whole shebang) is to represent washing off all misfortunes and hardships of the previous year. The giddy glee, squeals of happy surprise and the spirit of the holiday is shared amongst locals and tourists alike and with the oppressing heat of Bangkok’s streets, the capital is the perfect spot to relish and appreciate the delight that Songkran brings.

Loi Krathong – So Beautiful So Thai

For those who prefer a celebration sans water guns, Loi Krathong is arguably the most picturesque and loveliest of all Thai festivals.

Loi Krathong falls on the 12th lunar month of the year, generally in November, and is a beautiful celebration where everyone gathers around riverbanks and lakes to pay respect to the goddess of water. This is achieved by releasing ornate lotus-shaped rafts down the river, adorned with flowers and candles. The thousands of flickering candles and moonlight reflection against the gently lapping water create a truly magical atmosphere. This same festival is also complete with the releasing of thousands of paper-lanterns into the night sky creating a sight that visitors will remember for years to come.

The main Loi Krathong jamboree in Bangkok is held at Asiatique or along the riverbanks of Wat Saket in the Old City. For travelers around Khao San Road, head over to Phra Athit Pier. Lumpini Park in Silom, and Benjasiri Park and Benjakiti Park in Sukhumvit are also good spots.

Shopping in Bangkok – A Shopaholic’s Paradise

Bangkok is known worldwide for its lively nightlife, upscale restaurants, bars and its dizzying array of shopping opportunities for all budgets and lifestyles. Amidst the bustling streets, the glittering chrome of the megasized shopping malls beckon visitors and locals with the air-conditioned environment, and every product under the sun. While the malls are abundant, luxurious and definitely worth a visit, Bangkok is also famous for its vibrant market scene, floating markets and alternate shopping possibilities.

Our top three unmissable shopping experiences in the capital are the famous Chatuchak Market, Asiatique The Riverfront and the Rot Fai Night Market in Srinakarin.

Chatuchak Market – A Quintessential Market Shopping Experience

The legendary weekend Chatuchak Market on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road with its 8, 000 market stalls, needs almost no introduction. Having gained worldwide recognition as being one of the largest markets in the world, Chatuchak is a shop-‘til-you-drop kind of experience. From secondhand sandals to pythons, everything on planet earth can, in all probability, be purchased here.

Open only on Thursday through Sunday, the market opens at 9am and closes at 6pm, with Friday nights closing at midnight.

Asiatique The Riverfront – the Ultimate Shopping & Entertainment Combined

Asiatique The Riverfront is a big, open-air shopping strip that is a wondrous hybrid of night bazaar and mall.

A ten-minute walk from the Saphan Taksin BTS station, Asiatique is a conglomeration of 1, 500 stalls and 40 eateries all situated on the former docks of the East Asiatic Company. The market starts from around 5pm daily and with the carnival-like atmosphere, complete with entertainment and performances, this spot is a wonderfully unique place to do a bit of retail therapy.

Rot Fai Night Market – Shopping with a Twist

Last up for special shopping experiences in Bangkok is the Rot Fai Night Market in Srinakarin.

From sunset to midnight, Thursday to Sunday, Rot Fai delights its patrons with an array of vintage memorabilia, collectables, fashion items and one-off trinkets, yesteryear knick-knacks, street food and cheap cocktails and beer. Located on Srinakarin Soi 51, just behind Seacon Square Shopping Mall, Rot Fai offers a special shopping experience in a festive and different environment.

Top 3 Unusual Things to Do in Bangkok

Littering the internet and boasting the top things to in in Bangkok are the usual Thai cooking classes, Thai massage, bamboo tattoos and so on and so on. And while all these activities are definitely worth the time and money, we thought we’d explore a few unusual options too for good measure.

Airplanes Graveyard – a Must for Urban Explorers

Just off Ramkhamhaeng Road in the eastern suburbs of Bangkok lives an open wasteland with two abandoned and deteriorating aircrafts lying in pieces on the ground.

The peculiarity of seeing massive planes discarded is made even odder upon realizing that the aircraft bodies are also makeshift homes for a three Thai families who use the airplanes to make a make a bit of extra money. The eerie airplane graveyard makes for excellent and curious photographs; and the unusual experience is growing in popularity with urban explorers and adventurers wishing to get off the beaten tourist track. The unofficial entrance fee seems to depend on how many people you’re with but costs roughly TBH 200 per person.

Siriraj Medical Museum – the Museum of Death

Another unique and rather macabre activity to engage in while in Bangkok is a visit to the Siriraj Medical Museum, also dubbed the Museum of Death.

The museum consist of five small medical museums filled with medical curiosities, impressive collections and fascinating exhibits on human anatomy, pathology and forensic science. The best way to get to the museum is to take the ferry from Chang Pier to Wang Lang/Siriraj Pier in Thonburi. The museum is open daily (except for Tuesdays) from 10am until 4pm with entrance costing THB 200.

Goddess Tuptim Shrine – Kids, Anyone?

Honoring Chao Mae Tubtim, a female fertility spirit, is the Goddess Tuptim Shrine, another unique activity in the heart of Bangkok city.

Standing next door to the Swissotel Nai Lert Hotel, the fertility shrine is filled with hundreds of phalluses or lingams (penises) in various sizes, colours and materials. Some of the sculptures are small enough to wear as a necklace while others are taller than 6 feet and adorned in colourful ribbons. The shrine is said to have a power to fulfil wishers and help women who are desperate to get a child. Entrance is free.

Top 3 Bangkok Nature-Friendly Experiences

For nature enthusiasts who are struggling in bustling Bangkok, you’ll be delighted to know that the city boasts a few natural encounters where you can feel the grass under your toes and wind in your hair. Country-mice, fear not! Lumphini Park, Bang Krachao and Flight of the Gibbon are three excellent nature-escapes in the chaotic capital.

Lumpini Park in Silom

Lumphini Park in Silom is the ideal reprieve from the city with its manicured lawns, trees, playgrounds and manmade lake with boat rentals. This natural haven amidst the urban sprawl is a great spot for all ages to come and lie under a tree and read, jog, workout, cycle, picnic or just stroll around connecting with Mother Nature. Keep a lookout for squirrels and monitor lizards. Open daily from 4:30am until 9pm, entrance is free.

Bang Krachao – Bangkok’s Green Lungs

Peeking out from the western bend of the Chao Phraya River is the small, artificial island of Bang Krachao featuring the beautiful 100 acre Sri Nakhon Kuenkhan Park.

Known as Bangkok’s ‘green lung’, Bang Krachao covers 16 square kilometres and is most visited by nature lovers and cyclists. Undeveloped and free of any high-rises, this green haven is a preservation effort to offer city-dwellers a quiet and tranquil respite in nature. Renting a bicycle (around TBH 80 for the day) and cycling around the park’s elevated walkways lined with lush trees is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. To get there take the MRT to Khlong Toei Station, upon arrival get a taxi to the pier or Khlong Toey Port. At the port, turn right into the area of a Buddhist temple and follow the path down towards the pier. Entrance into Sri Nakhon Kuenkhan Park on Bang Krachao is free.

Flight of the Gibbon – Go Wild, High and Above!

Another fun means to experience nature while in the capital is via whizzing and whooshing around treetops on a zip-line.

Located halfway between Bangkok and Pattaya, Flight of the Gibbon is located within a spectacular forest inside Khao Kheow Open Safari Park. Although this activity is around an hour away from Bangkok itself, the park arranges pickup and drop-offs from the city included in the price. This is a full-day nature submersion filled with abseiling, forest walks and of course, zip-lining. A delicious Thai-style lunch is also thrown into the fully included price of TBH 3800 per person.

Bangkok station guide

Hua Lamphong - train

To get to this station the easiest way is to take the MRT subway to Hua Lamphong. It's the last station down the line (opposite to Bang Sue).

Once you arrive just follow the signs to the railway station. It is about 5 minutes walk underground and you will get back to the surface right in front of the station.

  • From Khao San Road or the Southern Bus Terminal you need to take a taxi.
  • From Mo Chit Bus Terminal you should take a taxi to the MRT station Khamphaeng Phet
  • From Ekkamai Bus Terminal you can take BTS Skytrain to Sukhumvit, then change to MRT. 40 min.
  • From Don Mueang Airport the easiest way is to take a taxi. Mind the tolls.
  • From Suvarnabhum Airport you can take the Airport Link to Petchaburi station, then walk a few minutes to MRT. Takes 1-1.5 hr.

You can search Bangkok MRT, BTS and Airport Link connections in 12Go system, with fares and times.

Hua Lamphong Station is also a walk away to Bangkok's Chinatown. Around Yaowarat Road you will see many shops that sell almost everything.

Hua Lamphong station or more familiar as Bangkok Railway Station to foreigners, is the main railway station in Thailand. It was first opened on June 25, 1916 after six years of construction and was built in an Italian Neo-Renaissance inspired architecture.

The Station is mother to Thailand's four railway lines: Northern, Northeastern, Southern, Eastern. The establishment has 14 platforms, 26 ticket booths and serves over 130 trains each day.

Mind the "helpers" without uniform trying to "help" you find a hotel. However station staff is very helpful. There are no lounges inside but the air is usually fresh enough and food is abundant so just grab a coffee while you waiting. Backside from the station there are a few massage salons and internet cafes, well, just like anywhere else.

Please keep in mind that trains in Thailand are subjects to delays. Really. If you plan a connecting train+bus or ferry - allow some time for the train being late.

You can choose from

  • 1st class VIP (that will normally be a compartment)
  • 2nd class aircon (very cold! but they give blankets and fresh linen)
  • 2nd non-aircon (same, but fans instead of aircons - 12go choice!)
  • 3rd class aircon (don't. seriously, don't. you will turn into a icicle)
  • 3rd class nonaircon (take the bus instead. only plus is that you can walk).

Best resource on train in Thailand is Mark Smith, the guy at the seat 61.

12Go suggestion: take the train if you can book in advance. You will be able to sleep and have great experience of good old 70's. But please do keep in mind that we book train berths manually for you, unlike buses, so allow us and yourself some space for changes. Like, if you must catch the flight from the destination - take the bus.

PS Do not forget to share your experience with fellow travelers. You'll get your link by email.

Morchit - Bus

Morchit Bus Terminal Bangkok is the gateway to Northern Thailand and its largest city, Chiang Mai. The complex also serves several northeastern and northwestern destinations and a few routes to southern resort destinations including Phuket and Koh Samui. Located north of downtown close by Chatuchak Market, the recently-built complex is Bangkok’s largest hub for bus transportation, offering comprehensive city bus routes in addition to long distance trips.

From Morchit Bus Terminal, air-conditioned buses run to Chiang Mai around the clock, taking an average of nine hours at a cost of between 469 baht and 907 baht for the VIP service. Pre-booking online is recommended due to high demand, especially in the high season between November and February and on public holidays. The service continues on to Chiang Rai in the far north, adding up to four hours’ travel time and costing around 100 baht more.

Other northern long-distance routes from Morchit Terminal 1 include Bangkok to Uttaradit, Khon Kaen, Phitsanulok, Lampang and Lamphun, Phrae, Chiang Saen and the Golden Triangle and Nan. Buses run to the northeastern cities of Surin, Ubon Ratchathani, Roi Et, Nong Kai, Si Saket and Buriram. Morchit’s Terminal 2 serves southerly beach destinations such as Pattaya, Koh Samui, Phuket and Hat Yai, with all except Pattaya some 12 hours by VIP bus from Bangkok.

The new, air-conditioned complex offers comfortable seating, food courts and stalls selling snacks and drinks. Ground floor ticket offices serve the northern region, with the two upper floors taking care of the rest of the long-distance routes. The complex is easily accessible via the Skytrain to Morchit station followed by a 10-minute taxi ride.

For arrivals, there’s a wide choice of public buses heading to all districts including the downtown areas home to the majority of Bangkok hotels and guesthouses. Alternatives include motorcycle taxis and tuk-tuks as well as metered taxis for those with considerable amounts of luggage.

Morchit - Bus

Morchit Bus Terminal Bangkok is the gateway to Northern Thailand and its largest city, Chiang Mai. The complex also serves several northeastern and northwestern destinations and a few routes to southern resort destinations including Phuket and Koh Samui. Located north of downtown close by Chatuchak Market, the recently-built complex is Bangkok’s largest hub for bus transportation, offering comprehensive city bus routes in addition to long distance trips.

From Morchit Bus Terminal, air-conditioned buses run to Chiang Mai around the clock, taking an average of nine hours at a cost of between 469 baht and 907 baht for the VIP service. Pre-booking online is recommended due to high demand, especially in the high season between November and February and on public holidays. The service continues on to Chiang Rai in the far north, adding up to four hours’ travel time and costing around 100 baht more.

Other northern long-distance routes from Morchit Terminal 1 include Bangkok to Uttaradit, Khon Kaen, Phitsanulok, Lampang and Lamphun, Phrae, Chiang Saen and the Golden Triangle and Nan. Buses run to the northeastern cities of Surin, Ubon Ratchathani, Roi Et, Nong Kai, Si Saket and Buriram. Morchit’s Terminal 2 serves southerly beach destinations such as Pattaya, Koh Samui, Phuket and Hat Yai, with all except Pattaya some 12 hours by VIP bus from Bangkok.

The new, air-conditioned complex offers comfortable seating, food courts and stalls selling snacks and drinks. Ground floor ticket offices serve the northern region, with the two upper floors taking care of the rest of the long-distance routes. The complex is easily accessible via the Skytrain to Morchit station followed by a 10-minute taxi ride.

For arrivals, there’s a wide choice of public buses heading to all districts including the downtown areas home to the majority of Bangkok hotels and guesthouses. Alternatives include motorcycle taxis and tuk-tuks as well as metered taxis for those with considerable amounts of luggage.

Southern Terminal - Bus

The Southern Bus Terminal Bangkok is found on Phutthamonthon Sai Road in the city’s Thonburi district on the western banks of the Chao Phraya River. Although it’s between 30 minutes and an hour’s taxi trip from downtown dependent on traffic, all taxis and songthaews know its location.

Buses leave from the complex to all western and southern provincial towns and resorts, including Phuket, Krabi, Surat Thani and Kanchanaburi. The complex is air-conditioned, comfortable and has English language destination boards and timetables, a KFC and several bank outlets.

Public VIP buses run long-distance from the terminal to all favourite tourist destinations in the far south and west of the city, giving reliable, regulated and safe travel. Although bus companies located in Bangkok’s Khao San Road may quote lower prices, they’re not recommended, as thefts have occurred during the journey and the buses are less well maintained.

Booking online in advance is the best way forward, especially in the high season if you’re heading to southerly destinations such as Hua Hin, Koh Samui, Hat Yai, Trang, Phuket, Krabi or remote offshore islands. Travel time to Phuket, for example, is 12 hours, with buses leaving in the evening or early morning.

For arrivals, getting from the Southern Bus Terminal to Bangkok’s Old City district is easiest by metered taxi, although the local air-conditioned bus 511 runs to Khao San Road and on to Rachatewi BTS station and Pratunam district. Bus 515 runs to Victory Monument in the downtown district, and average bus fares are 17 baht. Local white minibuses leave for downtown when full, every 30 minutes or so, and charge around 30 baht.

The Southern Bus Terminal, converted from a shopping mall in 2007, offers modern facilities as well as a good number of shops, stalls, restaurants and fast-food outlets. The ticket counters are located on the first floor to the right of the main retail and refreshment area.

Rom Klao - Bus

Rom Klao is situated in Bangkok’s Lat Krabang district in the east end of the city. It is just north of Suvarnabhumi Airport and less the two kilometres from the Lad Krabang airport link into the city centre. Many buses that depart the airport for the city make a stop at Rom Klao’s bus station.

The bus station in Rom Klao sits off of ICD Alley just north of Motorway 7 and there is an ATM close by as well as two 7-Eleven stores on Lat Krabang Road. Places of interest in the area include The Royal Golf and Country Club, Prasat Museum and Pattaya Pak Pet Fishing Park. Due to its proximity to Bangkok’s main air hub there are a number of places to stay, such as Queen’s Garden, Convenient Resort and Mariya Boutique Residence.

Chatuchak Bus Park - Bus

Chatuchak Bus Park sits in the Chatuchak area of Bangkok, north of the city centre and less than one kilometre from Bangkok’s Mochit bus station. A plethora of buses depart from Bangkok Mochit to destinations north of the city, while buses in and around Bangkok leave from the Chatuchak Bus Park.

Don Mueang International Airport is connected by public transport or a taxi to Chatuchak Bus Park, which is only a 10-minute drive away. The Bangkok Metro’s Chatuchak Park MRT station makes arriving in the area by metro simple, with tuk-tuks, motorbike taxis and regular taxis available to take you to the bus park.

Chatuchak Bus Park is situated on Kham Phaeng Phet 6 right under the Sirat Expressway at the eastern end of Chatuchak district. It is an open air bus station with a snack vendor who also acts as a ticket agent.

There are a number of places of interest close to Chatuchak Bus Park, such as the famous Chatuchak Weekend Market, Chatuchak Park, Queen Sirikit Park and Elephant Tower. There is also a good selection of accommodations, including the Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok, Elizabeth Hotel, G9 Bangkok and Lat Phrao Hotel.

Thon Buri - train

Thonburi Rail is the main departure point for trains bound to Kanchanaburi Province, all other trains going beyond on the southern route should leave from the Hua Lamphong Station in Bangkok.

Southern Thais used to occupy nearby lands along the train station's vicinity and then settle down permanently as trains coming from the South used to arrive here constantly.

The Wang Lang Market, a destination for cheap local food, is the most popular landmark to get to Thonburi Station.

Bang Khae BMT 6 - Bus

Bang Khae BMT 6 is a bus station in Bangkok’s Bang Khae district, west of the Chao Phraya River and just a stone’s throw away from the Bang Waek Canal. Over 10 local bus lines connect Bang Khae BMT 6 with the rest of the city.

Bus 79 connects Bang Khae BMT 6 with the Bangkok Sai Tai Taling Chan Southern bus terminal, with departures every 10 minutes. The nearby Bang Wa BTS station makes it easy to arrive in the area by Skytrain, and there are three bus lines that run from the station to Bang Khae BMT 6 every 5 to 10 minutes.

Bang Khae BMT 6 is on Thanon Bang Pnai, which runs between Motorway 9 and Thanon Phuttha Monthon Sai 2. There is a 7-Eleven within short walking distance or a motorbike taxi ride away, while Big C Supercentre and Future Park Bang Khae are great options in the area for shopping and dining.

Wat Bunya Pra Dit is within walking distance of Bang Khae BMT 6, while other places of interest close by include Wat Pai Liang, Samphran Crocodile Farm and Wat Wisit Bun Ya Wat. There are a few good places to stay, such as Chakrabongse Villas, Sandra Inn and Diamond Sweet Home.

Sun Bus Vibhavadi Soi 17 - Bus

Vibhavadi Soi 17, also known as 17 Vibhavadi Rangsit, is situated north of central Bangkok in the lively district of Chatuchak, best known for its namesake park and weekend market, which is the biggest weekend market in both Bangkok and the entire country. The Mochit BTS station, conveniently located next to Chatuchak Park, is among Thailand's biggest and busiest bus stations and is also the Bangkok Skytrain's northern terminus.

Bus connections to all northern Thai provinces begin at the Northern Bus Terminal.
Chatuchak also contains four Bangkok Subway (MRT) stations and a variety of hotels ranging from the five-star Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok to the unique boutique penthouse of Sasha House. Pannapat Place is a more modest three-star option on Ratchadapisek Road.

Khlong Rangsit - train

Rangsit is a suburb in the north of Bangkok along Phahonyothin Road. The distance to Don Muang Airport is about 20 km. Near the train station you will find several boat noodle shops in stationary boats floating in the canal along the road.And there is the Future Park Shopping Mall, one of the biggest shopping centers in Asia. You won't find any tourists here, but maybe some expats who live nearby. There is also Talad Thai, one оf Asia's largest fresh produce markets. This market іs quite different to other markets and it sells about 15,000 tons of produce frоm farmers frоm аll оver the country. The market іs а place to buy all kind оf food (vegetables, fruits, beef, pork, duck, chicken, fish, seafood), flowers and OTOP handcrafted products.

Bang Sue - train

Bang sue Junction is located at Thoet Damri Road, Chatuchak District.The junction has 2 station buildings with 3 railway lines: North line, Northeast line and South line. About 1.5 kilometers away from the junction is Phahonyothin Cargo Yard, the largest rail yard in Thailand.

Northern line is bound to Chiang Mai while the Northeastern is toward Ubon Ratchathani or Thanaleng. Southern line is off to Su-ngai Kolok Railway Station.

Bang sue Junction transport links also include Bangkok MRT and BMTA transit. Bang sue MRT station is the subway terminal station opposite Hua Lamphong.

Bus routes from Bang sue Junction:

50 Rama VII - Lumphini Park
52 Pak Kret - Bang sue
65 Wat Pak Naom - Sanam Luang
70 Prachaniwet 3 - Sanam Luang
97Ministry of Public Health - Buddhist Monks' Hospital

Lak Si - train

Lak Si Railway Station is located at the northern part of Bangkok City and is near the Immigration Office at Chaeng Wattana. From Hua Lamphong Station in Bangkok, there are over 30 trains that would do stops in Lak Si.

Bang Khae BMT - Bus

Bang Khae BMT is a Bangkok Mass Transit stop that, when completed in 2016, will be along Bangkok’s Blue Line. The area sits on the west side of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok and is accessible by local bus from numerous points throughout the city. Buses also depart from Bangkok’s Taling Chan railway station for Bang Khae BMT every 10 minutes.

The Southern bus terminal is around nine kilometres away, making it easy to arrive at Bang Khae BMT from a destination in southern Thailand. From the bus terminal local buses and taxis make the trip to the area, as do local tuk-tuks. Both Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi airports are just a taxi ride away, making flying another option.

The Bang Khae BMT stop will be on Thanon Phetkasem Road between Future Park Mall Bang Khae and Big C Supercentre. There are a number of ATMs and restaurants in the area as well as in the nearby shopping malls where passengers can grab a snack or a meal.

Places of interest in and around Bang Khae BMT include the Thai Boat Museum Taling Chan, Wat Bang Bon, Samphran Crocodile Farm and Wat Nimmanaradi. There are a few places to stay in the area, including Sandra Inn, Diamond Sweet Home and Venezia Resort & Hotel.

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