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Best things to do in Bangkok

Mention Bangkok and most of us would feel a tinge of excitement tugging at our travel-hungry hearts. Cheap and mouth-watering street food? Shopping for days on end? Quirky and aesthetic photo spots? We’re here for it all

Forget spending hours figuring out the top to-dos on your next trip over. We’ve compiled 50 best things to do in Bangkok in 2022 to easily fill up your travel itinerary.

– New attractions –

1. Benjakitti Forest Park – 480,000sqm park in the city

Benjakitti Forest Park - Things to do in Bangkok

Bangkok isn’t all towering skyscrapers and night markets. The urban jungle does have more green than you think right in its city centre. Benjakitti Forest Park is one such space that spans close to 480,000sqm.

 Benjakitti Forest Park

The sprawling land is beautifully designed with a man-made “swamp”, lakes, and ponds scattered around its landscape. 

 Benjakitti Forest Park

To view in greater detail, go on 2 wheels via the cycling trails or 2 feet via the 5.8km nature trail. Otherwise, pack a picnic, kick back and relax at the numerous seating areas around.

Address: Ratchadaphisek Road, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: 5am-9pm, Daily

2. Harajuku Thailand – Mini-Tokyo with traditional shophouses

Harajuku Thailand - things to do in Bangkok

When you’ve depleted your AL but still want to hit all your fave travel destinations, head to Harajuku Thailand to kill two birds with one stone on your trip to BKK. 

Harajuku Thailand

The mini Japanese town has been designed to look like old Tokyo, complete with traditional wooden shophouses and Japanese paper lanterns lining its streets. To get into the mood, rent a yukata (฿350, ~S$13.20) for dressy selfies.

Harajuku Thailand
Replica Meiji Shrine.

Looks aren’t the only thing that is authentically Japanese. The market here sells snacks and souvenirs straight outta Nippon. There’s even a small replica of the Meiji Shrine, where you can write your wishes on wooden plaques just like the ones back in Tokyo.

Harajuku Thailand

Address: 47/2 Moo.13, Krathum Rai, Nhongjok, Bangkok 10530, Thailand
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 10.30am-9pm | Fri-Sun 10am-10pm
Contact: +66 9 0920 9885 | Harajuku Thailand Facebook

3. Jodd Fairs – Revamped Ratchada Train Night Market

It doesn’t matter how many times we’ve visited Bangkok; we’re always going to include a night market on the itinerary. For your next trip, head down to the recently opened Jodd Fairs. Originally called the Ratchada Train Night Market, it has since been rebranded and relocated to Rama 9 MRT station.

Jodd Fairs - things to do in Bangkok

Like its predecessor, expect stall after stall of good eats. There are 600 vendors selling just about everything from grilled steaks to classic Thai street food, so even picky eaters won’t go hungry here.

Jodd Fairs

Don’t go spending all your Baht on food though. Spare a couple of bucks to pick up clothes too. There are vintage finds, streetwear, and tons of accessories to fit any fashion aesthetic. If you have trouble navigating the maze of stalls, get a tour guide to direct you straight to the more popular stalls.

Book a tour of Jodd Fairs.

Tour rates: ฿351 (S$13.35)
Address: Rama IX Road, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand
Opening hours: 11am-12am, Daily
Contact: +66 92 713 5599 | Jodd Fairs Facebook

4. 747 Cafe – Dining aboard a Boeing 747 aircraft

747 Cafe
Image credit: 747 Cafe

Bangkok has no lack of Instagrammable cafes and joining this long list is the 747 Cafe. But this isn’t just another repeat of minimalist interiors serving brunch. Here, you’ll be dining right in the fuselage of a hollowed-out Boeing 747 aircraft.

747 Cafe - things to do in Bangkok
Image credit: @747_cafe

Getting a ticket to board will cost you ฿120 (~S$4.57), but this can be used to offset your food bill. You’re free to roam about the cabin and even the cockpit to take pilot selfies for the ’Gram. When you’re ready to feast, grab a window seat in plush armchairs for a first-class dining experience.

Address: 627 1 Luang Phaeng Road, Khwaeng Thap Yao, Khet Lat Krabang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10520, Thailand
Opening hours: 8am-6pm, Daily
Contact: +66 8 2621 3520 | 747 Cafe Facebook

5. Chill Out: Farm & Cafe – Cute farm animals

Chill Out: Farm & Cafe - things to do bangkok
Image credit: @waoe_ba

If you’re travelling with kids, you know there’s only so much shopping and cafe-hopping they can handle before a tantrum is imminent. So before the crocodile tears roll, take them somewhere that’ll be fun for them too, like Chill Out: Farm & Cafe.

Chill Out: Farm & Cafe
Image credit: Chill Out: Farm & Cafe

As its name suggests, there’s a farm with adorable livestock such as goats, pigs, and rabbits you’re welcome to pet and feed. Little ones can even take a ride around the compound on miniature ponies.

Chill Out: Farm & Cafe
Image credit: Chill Out: Farm & Cafe

Now for the cafe part of the name. Grab a bite of Western classics like steaks, pizzas, and salads. They’re made farm-to-table fresh with veggies harvested from the farm just steps away from the cafe.

Address: Soi Suwinthawong 110, Khwaeng Krathum Rai, Khet Nong Chok, Bangkok 10530, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-8pm, Daily
Contact: +66 8 3222 6665 | Chill Out: Farm & Cafe Facebook

6. E-Gokart Track by Monowheel – Zoom up to 40km/h

E-Gokart Track by Monowheel

At E-Gokart Track by Monowheel, the go-karts are powered by electricity. Less pollution doesn’t mean any less horsepower though. These fire up to 40km/h in speed on the Go Kart Plus. 

E-Gokart Track by Monowheel - things to do in Bangkok

If you’re more speed angel than speed demon, the regular go-kart goes up to 24km/h. Kiddos also have a max speed of 8km/h for safety reasons.

E-Gokart Track by Monowheel

Up the cool factor by heading down later in the evenings. Not only will the weather be much cooler – literally – but the circuit will be lit up with neon lights too. 

Book an E-Gokart session in Pathum Wan district and at the Central Village circuit to get up to 30% off.

Adult Go-Kart Regular (up to 24km/h): ฿300/pax (~S$11.44)
Adult Go-Kart Plus (up to 40km/h): ฿550/pax (~S$20.97)
Child (up to 8km/h): ฿250/pax (~S$9.53)

Address: Banthat Thong Road, Alley, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-12am | Sat-Sun & PH 10am-12am
Contact: +66 8 2621 3520 | E-Gokart Track by Monowheel website

7. Farmer Surfer – Skate park with private sessions

Farmer Surfer
Image credit: FarmerSurfer ชาวนาบ้าคลื่น

Sk8er bois and gals itching to ollie or grind a rail while on vacation need not look any further than Farmer Surfer. And it doesn’t matter if you skateboard or rollerskate – all expert levels are welcome at this massive space.

Zoom off over mogul slopes or practice carving down the half pipe here. When you’re wiped out, take a breather under one of the cabanas that dot the park.

Farmer Surfer
Image credit: FarmerSurfer ชาวนาบ้าคลื่น

The park is open for drop-ins at any time of the day, but if you want a sesh just for you and 9 other pals, it’s ฿1,500 (~S$57.38) for a morning skate and ฿1,700 (~S$65.03) for an afternoon skate for private groups.

Admission: ฿150/pax (~S$5.74)
Private session for 10 pax (morning): ฿1,500/group (~S$57.38)
Private session for 10 pax (afternoon): ฿1,700/group (~S$65.03)

Address: 44 Ban Mai, Bang Yai, Nonthaburi 11140, Thailand
Opening hours: 9am-8pm, Daily
Contact: +66 84 755 9997 | Farmer Surfer Facebook

8. Sugar Rush – Willy Wonka-like dessert hall (Reopening in Nov 2022)

Sugar Rush
Croissant Taiyaki (from ฿60,~S$2.45) and Holy Donut (from ฿55, ~S$2.24).
Image adapted from: 515 Victory, 515 Victory

Those with a sweet tooth will want to save tummy space for Sugar Rush. It’s basically a food court that just does desserts. And not just your basic cakes and candies, we’re talking treats Willy Wonka probably dreams about come to life. Think decadently glazed donuts, milkshakes overflowing with toppings, and even charred marshmallows with an ice cream centre.

Sugar Rush
Image credit: 515 Victory

The dessert hall is conveniently located at 515 Victory mall and will be hard to miss. It’s covered floor-to-ceiling in psychedelic pastels that you’ll be able to spot through the mall’s glass windows.

Sugar Rush is currently closed for renovations and is slated to reopen in November. Check the 515 Victory Facebook page for updates.

Address: 5, 15 Phaya Thai Road, Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours: 11am-7pm, Daily
Contact: +66 86 341 0740 | 515 Victory Facebook

– Night markets –

9. Chatuchak Weekend Market – Thailand’s largest market 

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Exploring Chatuchak Weekend Market is akin to walking through a maze, with over 15,000 stalls selling everything from clothes and homeware to street food. Despite its name, the market isn’t only open on the weekends. In fact, on Fridays, the vendors sell items in bulk for wholesale rates so you can grab some good deals if you want to buy souvenirs.

Chatuchak Weekend Market
Did you even go to Chatuchak if you didn’t get the ice cream in a coconut?

Those looking to become new plant parents, head over on a Wednesday or Thursday when the market is quieter and only the plant section is open. Other things you’ll find at the market on weekends include bohemian dresses, ceramic tableware, and wooden wall art.

Book a guided tour to Chatuchak Weekend Market and Bangkok’s floating market.

Tour rates: ฿750 (S$28.45)
Address: Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Opening hours: Wed-Thu 7am-6pm | Fri 6pm-12am | Sat-Sun 9am-6pm (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Contact: Chatuchak Market website

10. Chang Chui Market – Old aircraft in the middle of the city

Chang Chui Market

Chang Chui roughly translates to “messy artisan”, setting the scene for the artsy-fartsy Chang Chui Market. Unofficially, it is also known as the plane market because of its main attraction – a plane that houses the fine dining restaurant Na-Oh Bangkok.

Chang Chui Market

During the day, the lack of large crowds makes it a perfect opportunity to snap photos with the street art minus the photo-bombing. 

Chang Chui Market

However, most of the stalls only open later in the day. Come dawn, the market becomes more lively with people strolling in at around 4pm to enjoy cold craft beers.

Address: 460/8 Sirindhorn Road, Bang Phlat, Bangkok 10700, Thailand
Opening hours: 11am-11pm, Daily
Contact: Chang Chui Instagram

11. Hua Mum Night Market – Less touristy local joint

Hua Mum Night Market

Hua Mum Night Market is a hidden gem known mainly by the locals and is said to be less touristy… at least for now. A haven for foodies with a sweet tooth, some of the market highlights are: rainbow grilled cheese toastie, ice cream towers served in buckets, and steamed baos with cute characters.

Hua Mum Night Market

Up on the list of must-dos is checking out the seafood restaurant where hunky local men dressed in bikinis and mini skirts act as servers and entertainers. 

Hua Mum Night Market

Here you can feast on grilled jumbo prawns (฿600, ~S$23), mussels (฿100, ~S$4), and scallops (฿100, ~S$4) all served with a side of Thai green chilli dipping sauce.

Address: 11 Prasert-Manukitch Road, Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-12am, Daily
Contact: Huamum Instagram

12. Srinagarindra Train Night Market – Treasure trove of vintage items

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Better known to locals as Talad Rot Fai market, Srinagarindra Train Night Market is ginormous. So, to better plan your visit, decide which of the 3 zones you’re most interested in. The warehouse zone features second-hand items such as electronics, clothes, and shoes. The market zone is where you’ll find all the new stuff at pretty affordable prices.

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Perhaps the most interesting zone is Rod’s Antique Boutique where you’ll come across all things vintage including furniture, clothes, and old-school photographs. For that IG-worthy shot, look out for the classic cars parked around the zone. They’re hard to miss.

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Address: 1 4 Srinagarindra Road, Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250, Thailand
Opening hours: Thu-Sun 4pm-12am (Closed from Mondays to Wednesdays)

13. Box Space Ratchayothin Night Market – Container market 

Box Space Ratchayothin Night Market
Image credit: @boxspaceratchayothin 

Don’t judge it by its relatively smaller size; Box Space Ratchayothin Night Market is where the hip crowd hangs out. If you’re familiar with ARTBOX, a similar concept shows up here with shipping containers turned into shops selling handicrafts and handmade accessories.

Box Space Ratchayothin Night Market - Bangkok things to do
Image credit: @somiiphak 

When you feel famished after all the shopping, The Plaza and Hangout Zones are where you have to go. Lined with restaurants and bars offering Thai grilled seafood and chilled beers, the area also plays host to live bands once in a while.

Address: 15, 15/1 Ratchadaphisek Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-12am, Daily
Contact: Box Space Ratchayothin Instagram

14. Indy Night Market – Less touristy indie hangout spot

Indy Night Market - bangkok things to do
Image adapted from: @smile_lululili

About 30 minutes away from central Bangkok, Indy Night Market is worth the visit just for its slightly cheaper prices. It’s also where the locals hang out for Thai grub such as mookata, traditional pancakes, skewed meats, and even edible insects … if you’re into that sort of thing.

Indy Night Market
Image credit: @eddy.dolusic 

On the fashion side of things, the stalls sell streetwear inspired by global brands. Think Off-White and Supreme but way cheaper. And if cutesy stuff is on your radar, there are keychains, toys, and downright questionable things like fish-shaped footwear.

Address: Dao Khanong, Chom Thong, Bangkok 10150, Thailand
Opening hours: 5pm-12am, Daily
Contact: Indy Night Market Facebook

15. Khlong Ong Ang Canal Market – Colourful street art

Khlong Ong Ang Canal Market
Image credit: @christian.schrader

Put on your walking shoes for this one because Khlong Ong Ang is a sidewalk market that runs along both sides of a canal and spans about 1.5km. Over the weekends, the walkway turns into a vibrant space with live performances by buskers and plenty of food and drink stalls.

Khlong Ong Ang Canal Market
Image credit: @ktigre78

While wandering around the night market, make sure to stop and admire the countless colourful murals created by local artists. Just like the multicultural wall art depictions, the street food here is diverse. You can get masala chai, Taiwanese snacks, Bhutanese momos, and of course, Thai delicacies.

Address: PGV3+X7V, Wang Burapha Phirom, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Opening hours: Fri-Sun 4pm-10pm (Closed from Mondays to Thursdays)

16. JJ Green 2 – Retro fashion & yummy grub

JJ Green 2
Image credit: @deeaok.hawaii 

Arguably the coolest night market in Bangkok where 90s kids hang out, JJ Green 2 – named so because of its relocation in 2020 – is known for vintage hunts such as old-school cameras and retro clothes. Amongst other things, handcrafted items such as jewellery and keychains make for great souvenirs.

JJ Green 2
Image credit: @makalongcrepe 

If you head to the F&B zone, you’ll find all sorts of eateries offering both sweet and savoury snacks including rainbow-coloured crepes (฿45, ~S$1.70) that can be filled with ham and cheese or chocolate and banana. While we can never get enough of Thai milk tea, if you want to switch it up, there are lots of Taiwanese snacks and bubble tea stalls at JJ Green 2 too.

Address: 61 16 Pracha Chuen Road, Thung Song Hong, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210, Thailand
Opening hours: Thu-Sun 5pm-12am (Closed from Mondays to Wednesdays)
Contact: JJ Green Instagram 

17. Asiatique Night Market – Iconic Ferris wheel & carousel

Asiatique Night Market - things to do in Bangkok

On the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Asiatique Night Market is the go-to place for an easy-going night of browsing shops and eating local street food. 

Asiatique Night Market

Enjoy the breeze from the river as you take a leisurely stroll down the riverfront promenade and soak in the view of Bangkok city on the opposite side.

Asiatique Night Market

While you’re there, snap the mandatory shots in front of the Ferris wheel and carousel (฿100, ~S$3.80). Tickets for a ride on the Ferris wheel cost ฿450/adult (~S$17) and ฿250/child (~S$9.60). To get to the market, sit on a free shuttle boat from Sathorn Pier near Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain station.

Book a tour of Asiatique Night Market.

Tour rates: From ฿390 (S$14.79)
Address: 2194 Charoen Krung Road, Wat Phraya Krai, Bang Kho, Laem, Bangkok 10120, Thailand
Opening hours: 4pm-12am, Daily
Contact: Asiatique Thailand Instagram 

18. Ichiba Station Walking Market – Cherry blossoms & lanterns

Ichiba Station Walking Market
Reminiscent of the streets of Tokyo.

If you wanted to fake being in Japan, you could probably pull it off at Ichiba Station, a Japanese-themed market in Bangkok. The setup comes complete with picturesque cherry blossoms trees and red chochin lanterns hanging at each restaurant’s storefront. 

Ichiba Station Walking Market

Of course, you’ll find eateries offering the usual Japanese fare such as yakitori, ramen, and sushi. But, there’s also Thai food and desserts such as the Maru Waffle. 

Ichiba Station Walking Market

Once the tummy is filled, there are fun activities to keep you occupied such as claw machines, a nail salon, a skate park, and live entertainment.

Read more about the top night markets in Bangkok.

Address: 489 3 Ram Inthra Road, Ram Inthra, Khan Na Yao, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Opening hours: 5pm-12am, Daily
Contact: Ichiba Station Instagram

– Street food –

19. Jeh O Chula – XXL MAMA noodles

An old college staple gets a major upgrade at Jeh O Chula. The popular supper spot for both locals and tourists elevates tom yum MAMA noodles with the addition of ingredients like minced pork balls, squid, and prawns.

Jeh O Chula
MAMA OHO with Full Toppings (฿250, ~S$9.55).

Your most standard bowl comes with either pork balls or crispy pork belly for ฿120 (~S$4.58). But if you want to go all out and indulge, order the MAMA OHO with Full Toppings and Crab for ฿800 (~S$30.52). This comes with a generous serving of eggs, pork balls, crispy pork belly, fresh prawns, squid, and lump crab meat topping the creamy tom yum soup.

Jeh O Chula

Saying that this place sees long queues is an understatement. Thankfully, you can skip all the waiting by making a reservation. Do note to book ahead at least 2 months in advance as slots get snapped up fast.

Make a reservation for Jeh O Chula.

Address: 113 Khwaeng Rong Muang, Khet Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening hours: 4.30pm-1am, Daily
Contact: +66 8 1 682 8816

20. Jay Fai – Famous crab omelette

No introduction is needed for, especially if you count yourself a foodie. This street food stall has been listed in the Michelin Guide, featured on Netflix’s Street Food, and even counts A-listers Russell Crowe and Zac Efron as part of its clientele.

Jay Fai
Chef Jay Fai in the open kitchen.
Image credit: idonothingbutlove

The secret to its unwavering success is none other than the eponymous Chef Jay Fai, who still insists on cooking every dish herself. You’ll catch her out front in her iconic goggles frying up menu must-tries like the legendary Crab Omelette (฿1,000, ~S$38.15) and local favourite Drunken Noodles (฿500, ~S$19.08).

Jay Fai
Image credit: @chillwithmoon

Currently, Jay Fai takes walk-in customers only. It’s recommended that you start queuing once they’re open if this is something you must strike off your bucket list. Occasionally, they’ll open up reservations to the public, so make sure you stay tuned to Jay Fai’s Instagram to get the latest updates.

Address: 327 Maha Chai Road, Samran Rat, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 9am-8pm (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Contact: +66 9 2724 9633

21. Ban Hing – Specialty Hokkien mee at a vintage shophouse

Ban Hing

The Hokkien mee at our local hawkers is a familiar favourite, but wait till you try the elevated Thai version at Ban Hing. Located in a yellow-coloured Peranakan shophouse at Chaeng Watthana, the restaurant serves specialty stir-fried noodles, fried rice, and tofu dishes. Their Hokkien mee is drenched in a sauce made from a 90-year-old recipe and is topped with fresh seafood.

Ban Hing
Hokkien Mee Seafood with Steamed Egg (฿150, ~S$5.75).

While you’re there, don’t forget to soak up the restaurant’s vintage coffee shop vibes – expect old-school marble-topped tables, old posters, and rustic furniture. 

Address: 19 35 Soi Chaeng Watthana Pak Kret, Tambon Ban Mai, Amphoe Pak Kret, Nonthaburi 11200, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: +66 8 9009 8089 | Ban Hing website

22. Roong Rueng – Michelin Guide-featured pork tom yum noodles

Roong Rueng

The next time you catch yourself shopping in the Phrom Phong area, stop by Roong Rueng Pork Tom Yum Noodles for a meal.

The famous 55-year-old pork noodle restaurant is conveniently located just 5 minutes from the BTS Phrom Phong station and serves a range of affordable soupy and dry noodles. It was even featured in the 2018 Michelin Guide, so you know it’s delish

Roong Rueng

Get your tom yum fix with dishes such as the Tom Yum Soup with Egg Noodles (from ฿60, ~S$2.30). For a non-spicy meal, opt for their clear noodle soup or dry pork noodles instead. 

Address: 10/3 Sukhumvit Soi 26, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: 8am-5pm, Daily
Contact: +66 84 527 1640

23.  Zaap Nua – Affordable Thai salad buffet

Zaap Nua

If you love both your meat and greens, you’ll love yum, a Northeastern Thai salad. It’s essentially a mixed salad with flavourful ingredients such as raw shrimp and fermented fish, topped with spices and your choice of meat or tofu. At Zaap Nua, salad is not just a meal for those looking for greens – the restaurant serves up a scrumptious yum buffet with over 25 items. 

Zaap Nua
Yum Seafood Nam Plara.

Last we checked, the buffet only costs ฿199 (~S$7.63), so it’s super value-for-money. Try the Yum Seafood Nam Plara, a seafood salad featuring raw shrimp and crab, as well as the Tom Leng Zaap, a pork-based soup. 

Address: 8/86 Phoem Sin Road, Sai Mai, Bangkok 10220, Thailand
Opening hours: 11:30am-11pm, Daily
Contact: +66 66 003 6956 | Zaap Nua Facebook 

24. Lumphini Park – Free-flow S$1.50 mixed rice

Lumphini Park

Singaporeans love cai fan (mixed rice), and in Bangkok, you get to try the Thai version at the Lumphini Street Food Buffet (฿40, ~S$1.53). The generous street stall has over 10 freshly made dishes on display at once, and customers can even add steamed or fried rice for free. 

Lumphini Park

Dishes served here include popular Thai delights such as green curry and stir-fried beef. If you’re craving sides to go along with it, order curries and soups as well. 

Address: Outside Lumphini Park Gate 8, Sanrasin Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 6am-3pm (Closed on Mondays)

25. Hia Ping – Tom yum noodles with over 11 toppings

Hia Ping

When in Thailand, you can’t skip out on tom yum noodles. Head down to Hia Ping for their famous tom yum noodles with a splendid array of toppings. You’ll have over 11 to choose from, including fishballs, wontons, deep-fried taro, BBQ pork, and steamed tofu. 

Hia Ping

The dish costs about ฿50 (~S$1.92) and is customisable – you get to choose the type of noodle you want or opt for other soup bases if spicy tom yum soup isn’t your thing. 

Address: Ratchawong Road, Chakkrawat, Samphantawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 9am-8pm (Closed on Sundays & Mondays)
Contact: +66 92 919 9799 | Hia Ping Kuay Tiew Tom Yum Facebook

26. Nong Rim Klong – Creamy crab omelette rice

Nong Rim Klong

Another must-try dish in Thailand is crab omelette. At Nong Rim Klong, you get to try one of the best omelettes in town from the comfort of a cosy air-conditioned shophouse. 

Nong Rim Klong

A crab omelette costs ฿600 (~S$23), while other dishes such as crab fried rice and soft cooked crab in omelette cost ฿420 (~S$16.10). 

Address: 51 Ekkamai Soi 23, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8:30am-4:30pm (Closed on Sundays)
Contact: +66 8 6044 9478 | Nong Rim Klong Facebook

27. Chua Jiab Nguan – 3rd generation braised goose rice

Chua Jiab Nguan - things to do in Bangkok

You’re probably familiar with braised beef and duck rice, but have you heard of braised goose rice? If you haven’t already given it a try, this is your call to do so. Chua Jiab Nguan sells delicious braised goose made with a recipe that’s been passed down 3 generations. 

Chua Jiab Nguan
Braised Goose.

The stall sells their dishes in small, medium, and large portions, with a small Braised Goose dish costing ฿200 (~S$7.67). You can also try sides such as Crispy Prawn Rolls (฿100, ~S$3.83), and soups such as Szechuan Vegetable Soup with Pork Spare Ribs (฿45, ~S$1.73).

Address: 398-400 Tha Din Daeng Road, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600, Thailand
Opening hours: 8:30am-5pm, Daily
Contact: +66-2-437-2084 | Chua Jiab Nguan website

28. Krua Porn Lamai – Popular sizzling hot plate noodles

Krua Porn Lamai

In Bangkok’s bustling Chinatown, you’ll find Krua Porn Lamai. The store takes up a huge portion of the street in order to accommodate its many patrons, but that’s not surprising considering it’s so popular that even Gordon Ramsay has paid it a visit. 

Krua Porn Lamai

It sells an array of hot plate dishes, including the Rad Na Phu Khao Fai Seafood plate that comes with noodles, fresh shrimp, and squid. If you like glass noodles, opt for the Dry Sukiyaki Seafood plate. The last time we visited, the dishes cost ฿70 (~S$2.68) and ฿70 (~S$2.68) respectively. 

Address: 64 Plaeng Nam Road, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10:30am-11pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: +66-99-249-5414 | Krua Porn Lamai Facebook

29. Sri Leung Pochana – 3kg chicken rice challenge

Sri Leung Pochana

This one’s for all the self-proclaimed chicken rice lovers out there. Sri Leung Pochana sells a 3kg chicken rice plate (฿599, ~S$22.96) made with 2kg of rice and 1kg of chicken. Now, that will surely curb your cravings. 

Sri Leung Pochana
Winners will also have their pictures placed on the restaurant’s wall of fame.

It’s best for sharing, but if you want to prove your allegiance to chicken rice, take part in an eating challenge. If you finish the plate in under 1 hour, you’ll get it for free – note that you’ll have to eat it all on your own, though. 

Address: 45 6-7 Saliratthawiphak Road, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours: 8am-5pm, Daily
Telephone: +66 8 6326 8586 | Sri Leung Pochana Facebook

30. Yaowarat Delicious Bread – Famous grilled stuffed bread

Yaowarat Delicious Bread

If the long lines outside their stall prove anything, it’s that the bread at Yaowarat Delicious Bread is truly delicious. The grilled buns are typically priced at ฿25 (~S$0.96) each. They’re crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and oozing with fillings. Selections include mouth-watering options such as milk, chocolate, strawberry, and marmalade. 

Yaowarat Delicious Bread

As Yaowarat is a street stall, be prepared to eat while standing. However, since the buns are nicely packaged and easy to hold, it shouldn’t be an issue. The stall also has water buckets where you can wash your hands after eating. 

Address: Yaowarat Road, Khwaeng Samphanthawong, Khet Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 5pm-12am (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: +66 65 553 3635

– Family-friendly –

31. Safari World – Open zoo with tiger & lion feeding shows

Safari World

We get it: your body can only handle street food and shopping for so many days. That’s why places like Safari World exist so you can have a change of scenery and get up close and personal with wild animals.

Safari World - things to do in Bangkok

This 480-acre animal extravaganza comes complete with an open park and a traditional zoo. At the Safari Park, you’ll get to admire camels in their natural habitat, drive alongside bears, and watch a live tiger-feeding show. 

Safari World

After that, swing by the Marine Park to feed the giraffes and watch orangutans in action.

Get tickets to Safari World Bangkok.

Admission: From ฿750 (S$27.05)
Address: 99 Panya Indra Road, Sam Wa Tawan Tok, Khlong Sam Wa, Bangkok 10510, Thailand
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 9am-5pm | Sat-Sun 9am-5.30pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: +66 2 518 1000 | Safari World Bangkok Facebook

32. Dream World – Thailand’s very own Disneyland

Queuing up for a theme park ride might not exactly be a part of your plan to conquer Bangkok city. However, that might change once you see what Dream World has in store.

Dream World
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Located 40km outside of the city centre, this kid-focused amusement park is home to some of the most thrilling roller coasters in Asia like the Tornado, the Hurricane, and the floor-less, top rail Sky Coaster.

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If twisting and turning up in the air is not your cup of tea, or if you have younger tots in tow, feel free to check out other attractions. We hear the water playground, bumper cars, and giant house are all beloved hits among the kids.

P.S. We know that discounts sweeten the deal – so get up to 45% off activities with a Klook Bangkok and Pattaya Pass. It includes Dream World Bangkok, along with family-friendly attractions such as Safari World and Pororo Aquapark, to name a few.

Get tickets to Dream World Bangkok.

Admission: From ฿580 (S$19.35)
Address: 62 Moo 1 Rangsit-Ongkharak Road, Thanyaburi, Pathumthani 12130, Thailand
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm | Sat-Sun 10am-6pm
Contact: +66 2 577 8666 | Dream World’s website

33. Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World – Over 30,000 marine life

Here’s another option where you can park yourself and the whole fam for a few hours: Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World.

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World
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In terms of attractions, kiddies’ corners are aplenty including the shark shipwreck, the coral reef pools, and the rocky hideout where a giant octopus and spider crab reside. 

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World
Shark dive is suitable for children 15 years old and above.
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For older children, the shark dive, glass bottom boat, and 4D Aquaman movie will help pump up the adrenaline.

Get tickets to Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World.

Admission: From ฿1,161 (S$44.20)
Address: 991 Rama I Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-8pm, Daily
Contact: +66 2 687 2000 | Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World website

34. Bang Kachao – Bangkok’s hidden slice of nature

For a literal breath of fresh air, cross the river to the jungly Bang Kachao AKA the “Green Lung of Bangkok”.

Bang Kachao
A visit to the Sri Nakhon Khuean Khan Park is a must.
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Dramatically peaceful, this little island is made up of a Hindu temple, a fish gallery, a floating market, and dozens of wooden huts selling everything from handmade souvenirs to coffee. 

Bang Kachao
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Rent a bike at the ferry terminal so you can get around the island with ease. There are single, double, and even wheels with a toddler seat if you have kids in tow.

Admission:  ฿4 for a 10-minute ferry from Wat Bang Nam Phueng Nok pier
Address: MHMP+2QC, Bang Kachao, Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakan 10130, Thailand

35. Bambini Villa – Arts and crafts workshops

Bangkok is rife with shopping malls, but if you’re traveling with kids, do yourself a favour and put Bambini Villa on your radar.

Bambini Villa - things to do in Bangkok
The indoor playground is open daily from 9am-7pm.
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This kids’ haven houses a slew of kids stores, a massive free playground, multiple cafes with play spaces, and a variety of music, language, and dance schools. 

Bambini Villa
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There’s also a solid lineup of arts and crafts workshops happening every weekend at the atrium, so if the kids are game, bring them here.

Admission: Free
Address: 18 Attha Kawi 1 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: 9am-10pm, Daily
Contact: +66 90 969 9559 | Bambini Villa’s website

36. Peppermint Bike Park – Track dedicated to cycling

So you and the kids are into cycling, but the torrent of motorbikes on the roads of Thailand’s capital scares the shizzle out of you. Well, here’s a suggestion: head to the Peppermint Bike Park instead.

Peppermint Bike Park - things to do in Bangkok
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This manmade park was built with cyclists’ safety in mind. There’s the blue biking track with relatively straight paved paths that’s kid-friendly. 

Peppermint Bike Park
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Then, there’s the black cycling trail dotted with horseshoe turns, bumps, and slopes that should be left to the pros. Both routes, however, will guarantee a whole lot of fun for the entire fam. 

Check out more cycling spots in Bangkok.

Admission: From ฿100 (~S$3.81)
Address: Yothin Pattana Soi 3, Praditmanoontham Road., Bangkok, Thailand
Opening hours: 6am-4.30pm & 5pm-9pm, Daily
Contact: +66 090-980-1368 | Peppermint Bike Park Facebook

37. Little Sheep Kids Cafe – Giant indoor playground

Prepare your body for hours of running after your kids at this giant indoor playground that also happens to be a restaurant.

Little Sheep Kids Cafe
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Located within Bangkok town, Little Sheep Kids Cafe comes complete with 2 towering slides, a twisted sliding tube, an enormous ball pit, countless pretend play stations, climbing structures – you name it, they have it. 

Little Sheep Kids Cafe
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To refuel, have a look at its robust menu that includes kid favourites such as chicken nuggets and french fries. With so much going on at this destination to keep the kids occupied, parents can hopefully sip on their coffee in peace.

Admission: ฿120/adult (~S$4.57) | ฿400//child (~S$15.31)
Address: 401/2 Nong Khang Phlu, Nong Khaem, Bangkok 10160, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-8pm, Daily
Contact: +66 9 3353 6356 | Little Sheep Kids Cafe Facebook

38. Roller Dome – Kid-friendly skating rink

It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been grooving and gliding on a pair of skates before because everyone’s welcome at the kid-friendly Roller Dome at Emporium.

Roller Dome - things to do in Bangkok
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Conveniently located at The Emporium shopping mall, this indoor skating rink features 2 ovals with varied difficulty levels and fully-padded barriers for enhanced safety. 

Roller Dome
Sign the kids up for a roller skating class to learn the basics.
Image credit: Roller Dome at Emporium

Equipment rental is available but if you’d like to dust off your skates and BYO-helmet and body pads, by all means.

Admission: Enquire with establishment
Address: 622 Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: +66 2 269 1000 | Roller Dome at Emporium Facebook

39. Bangkok ATV Adventures – ATV in the city centre

ATV tours are a dime a dozen in Thailand, but one that’s family-friendly and located right in the city centre like Bangkok ATV Adventures is rare.

Bangkok ATV Adventures
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Over here, mini ATVs are available for kids above 120m who dare to drive on their own, as well as regular-sized vehicles. 

Bangkok ATV Adventures
Children can opt for kid-sized ATVs.
Image credit: @bangkok_atv_adventures

And don’t worry, the scenic drive across the fields and forest is mostly flat and doesn’t require skills or navigation.

Admission: From ฿390 (~S$14.85)
Address: Phu Yai Samruai Alley, Bang Pakok, Rat Burana, Bangkok 10140, Thailand
Opening hours: 8am-6pm, Daily
Contact: +66 95 956 9705 | Bangkok ATV Adventures Facebook

40. Pororo Aqua Park Bangkok – Water park on top of a shopping mall

We live for beach days and street food nights with intermittent naps while on holiday. But kids need a little more action during their trip. That’s where Pororo Aqua Park Bangkok comes in.

Pororo Aqua Park Bangkok - bangkok things to do
Image credit: @pororoaquaparkbkk 

With 9 pools, 4 waterslides, and an array of interactive attractions, rest assured the kids will be fully occupied while you tuck into some fries and finger food at the pool bar. 

Pororo Aqua Park Bangkok
Image credit: @meowvingoh

Plus, its location on the rooftop of a shopping mall means you’ll be slipping, sliding, and dining with an epic view of the city skyline. For water park addicts, perhaps you can plan yet another day of splashing about at one of the many water parks near Bangkok

Get tickets to Porro Aqua Park Bangkok.

Admission: From ฿270 (S$10.25)
Address: 587 Debaratana Road, Bangna Nuea, Bangna, Bangkok 10260, Thailand
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.30am-7pm | Sat-Sun 10am-7pm
Contact: +66 020 745 7377 | Pororo Aqua Park Bangkok website

– Instagrammable spots –

41. Akirart Cafe Studio – Office from the 80s

Akirart Cafe Studio

As much as we try to avoid thinking about the nine-to-five grind while on vacation, this hidden office-themed cafe in Pradu Alley is just too good to miss. 

Akirart Cafe transports you back to the 80s, where hefty Macintosh computers, steel drawers, and bulky desk lamps reigned supreme in the office. But while the building itself harks back to a bygone era, it’s far from shabby. 

Akirart Cafe Studio

Instead, you have a well-maintained office-themed coffeehouse serving an original menu with items such as Passion Fruit Espresso (฿120, ~S$4.58) and The Secret Life of Walter Dirty (฿120, ~S$4.28).

Akirart Cafe Studio

After you’ve filled up on teatime treats, drop by one of their mini offices, which are dedicated to your #throwback photoshoots. Pose ideas include pretending to flip through old magazines and picking up an annoying call on a rotary phone.

Address: 138 Pradu Alley, Pom Prap, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
Opening hours: Thu-Tue 10am-7pm (Closed on Wednesdays)
Contact: +66 86 814 3834 | Akirart Cafe Studio website

42. Erawan Museum – World’s largest elephant statue

 Erawan Museum

The Erawan Museum is an ode to Erawan, the King of God’s elephant of Ramayana legend. Even from a distance, you can easily spot the 3-headed elephant rooftopper that stands at a lofty 43.6m.

The elephant-shaped monument houses 3 main floors open to visitors. The basement is dedicated to the Suvarnabhumi Kingdom section, which showcases Thailand’s heritage and art. And just above it is the Human World, complete with ornate staircases and glass-stained ceilings.

 Erawan Museum
The Human World on the second floor.

Finally, in the belly of the elephant is where you’ll find Heaven, decorated with exquisite wall paintings of Nirvana. Just make sure you’re dressed appropriately – covering your arms and legs – under the prying eyes of the Thai deities. Unisex maxi skirts and cardigans are also available for rental at the reception.

Tickets to the museum are priced at ฿400 (~S$15.26) and ฿200 (~S$7.63) for non-local adults and children, respectively. You’ll also be entitled to an offering set consisting of a marigold garland, candle, incense sticks, and a lotus flower in a cup.

Get tickets for Erawan Museum.

Admission: From ฿250 (S$9.49)
Address: 99 Kanchanaphisek Road, Bang Mueang Mai, Mueang Samut Prakan District, Samut Prakan 10270, Thailand
Opening hours: 9am-7pm, Daily
Contact: +66 2 371 3135 | Erawan Museum website

43. Wat Arun – Glimmering architectural temple from the 1800s

Wat Arun

Built in the 19th century, Wat Arun is nothing short of a modern-day marvel in architecture. Also known as the Temple of Dawn, much of the 70m tower is embellished with Chinese porcelain, shells, and statues.

Wat Arun

Watch the temple sparkle when the light hits just right, thanks to porcelain glitter that’s sprinkled all over the spires. There are 3 levels to the missile-shaped stupa and visitors can explore up to the 2nd floor – the uppermost one is kinda like a VIP section for the Gods. 

Wat Arun - things to do in Bangkok
The Ordination Hall.

For a closer look at the temple’s rituals and practices, visit the Ordination Hall right next to it. However, do remember to respect the locals who are in the midst of their prayers by not talking to or walking past them.

Admission to the compound is ฿100 (~S$3.81) for foreigners and can be accessed via ferry from the Tha Thien Pier.

Get tickets for a guided tour of Wat Arun.

Tour rates: From ฿250 (S$ 9.49)
Address: 158 Thanon Wang Doem, Wat Arun, Bangkok Yai, Bangkok 10600, Thailand
Opening hours: 8am-6pm, Daily
Contact: +66 2 891 2185 | Wat Arun website

44. Mahanakhon Skywalk – Rooftop bar with glass floor

Mahanakhon Skywalk - things to do in Bangkok

Ah, Bangkok at night gives New York and Tokyo a run for their money. Savour a sea of stars 79 floors up in the sky at King Power’s Mahanakhon Skywalk, which has a glass-bottom floor, a 360-degree observation deck, and VR skyrides to boot.

Mahanakhon Skywalk

Then, after your nerves get shot, chill out at Mahanakhon Rooftop Bar for cocktails, steak, and a sprawling view of Bangkok after dark.

Mahanakhon Skywalk - things to do in Bangkok

Get tickets for Mahanakhon Skywalk.

Admission: ฿836/adult (~S$32.07) | ฿250/child (~S$9.59)
Address: 114 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand
Opening hours: Fri-Sat, 8pm onwards
Contact:  +66 2 677 8721 | Mahanakhon Skywalk website

45. Charlermla Graffiti Park – Abandoned art park & playground

Charlermla Graffiti Park
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It doesn’t get any more hipster than hanging out with a group of friends at a graffiti art park. Located within a minute’s walk from BTS Ratchathewi, Charlermla Graffiti Park is an abandoned playground complex inked with vibrant graffiti.

Charlermla Graffiti Park
Image credit: @sw6swag

Plus, the art on these walls are ever-changing, so every picture you take will be a unique one. If you’re looking to bring some punk and swagger to your feed, this is definitely the place to hit up.

Address: QG2J+3M4, Thanon Phetchaburi, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily

46. Fats & Angry Ari – Retro American diner

Fats & Angry Ari - things to do in Bangkok
Image credit: Cafe Story : รีวิวคาเฟ่ ทุกวัน

If you’re a fan of nostalgic TV shows such as Stranger Things or old-school American eateries like Joji’s Diner, you’ll want to visit Fats & Angry Ari. It’s a cafe in Ari that embodies the spirit of the 50s in the Land of Liberty, complete with glossy checkerboard floors, vintage posters, and a retro colour scheme.

Fats & Angry Ari -
Image credit: @fatsandangry

Indulge in the diner’s irresistible California Cheeseburger for ฿190 (~S$7.25) before washing it down with a Hazelnut Milkshake for ฿165 (~S$6.29) – we promise it’s worth every single calorie

Address: 25 Ari 4 Fang Nua Alley, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours: 11am-8pm, Daily
Telephone: +66 8 3259 9258 | Fats & Angry’s Facebook

47. Davin Cafe – Filled with Greek sculptures

Davin Cafe

When Roman architecture meets industrial warehouse, you get Davin Cafe. The palatial coffeehouse boasts high ceilings, concrete walls with gaping spaces filled by glass panels, and a Brutalist interior. 

Davin Cafe - things to do in Bangkok

There are Greek sculptures that loom over the room, and a giant hanging lattice light fixture that gives off an industrial orange glow.

Davin Cafe

While the cafe is reminiscent of a villain’s lair, it’s certainly no crime to have good taste. 

The kitchen serves an array of coffee blends from around the world, as well as a variety of cakes and croissants. Sit by the bar and enjoy an up-close view of the barista brewing each cuppa from start to finish.

Address: 108 Khlong Lam Chiak Road, Khwaeng Nawamin, Khet Bueng Kum, Bangkok 10230, Thailand
Opening hours: 7am-5.30pm, Daily
Contact: +66 98 795 6659 | Davin Cafe website

48. Secret Wonderland – Alice in Wonderland-themed cafe

Secret Wonderland
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Away from the concrete jungle of Bangkok lies a rabbit hole of koi ponds and whimsical furniture. Welcome to Secret Wonderland, a curious cafe hidden behind a thick veil of shrubs and trees.

Inside, upside-down lamps, checkerboard ceilings, and Victorian decor strengthen the illusion that you’ve just entered the world of Alice in Wonderland. Just put on a blue dress and a dazed expression to complete the fantasy.

Secret Wonderland
Image credit: @secretwonderlandbkk

Try their best-selling Butterfly Pea Glass Noodle Spicy Salad (฿179, ~S$6.83) dyed in an eccentric lilac hue, or their Potter-inspired Butterbeer (฿120, ~S$4.62). Fingers crossed you won’t grow or shrink.

Address: 111, 1 Man Sin 4 Alley, Khwaeng Thung Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am-11pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: +66 95 595 5259 | Secret Wonderland website

49. Starbucks at Camp Davis Hotel – Little UK in Bangkok

Starbucks at Camp Davis Hotel
Image credit: @mtaonoy

Camp Davis Hotel’s baroque facade and arched lines, coupled with a telephone booth and post clock on the pavement, will fool you into thinking that you’re on a street in London.

But make no mistake – this scene is set outside a Starbucks at Camp Davis Bangkok Hotel. Locals affectionately refer to it as a little slice of the UK.

Starbucks at Camp Davis Hotel
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It’s the perfect backdrop for tricking your friends into thinking that you’ve travelled to 2 countries at once – until they spot the street sign in your photo.

Address: Camp Davis, 88 Sukhumvit 24 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Opening hours: 6am-10pm, Daily
Contact: +66 84 438 7343 | Camp Davis website

50. Pickadaily Bangkok – Old-English enclave

Pickadaily Bangkok
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Travel back in time to Elizabethan England by visiting Pickadaily Bangkok, where you’ll find rows of half-timbered cottages, clock towers, and aluminium fountains. 

Pickadaily Bangkok
Image credit: @coconutmilk_mali

If the name sounds familiar, that’s because Pickadaily Bangkok is also heavily inspired by the Piccadilly Circus in central London. The compound even has an exact replica of Piccadilly’s Eros Fountain, with a little Anteros perched atop. 

The mall is a short 15-minute walk from BTS On Nut and is located right smack in the middle of Bangkok’s central Sukhumvit district.

Address: 2343 On Nut Road, Khwaeng Suan Luang, Khet Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250, Thailand
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: Pickadaily Bangkok website

Bangkok things to do 

Things to do in Bangkok

Whether you’re looking for family-friendly activities or just some good ol’ shopping and feasting, Bangkok clearly has no end of options. This list of 50 things to do will surely keep you occupied for a long weekend away. 

But, if you want to make planning even easier, check out the wealth of activities you can book on Klook. River cruises, spa experiences, day tours, and admission tickets to local attractions are just the tip of the iceberg here.

Klook booth at SuvarnabhumiAirport
Pick up essentials such as city travel passes and SIM cards from the Klook booths located at the Suvarnabhumi Airport and centralwOrld mall.
Image credit: Klook 

Getting around is made simple too, even from the moment you land. Just book an Airport Transfer for a meet-and-greet service that’ll whisk you straight to your  to your hotel in Bangkok. Otherwise, hop onto the Airport Rail Link to get to the city from just S$7.95. We should probably mention that you’ll save 10% when booking a smart pass on Klook. 

For those who’re about to ambitiously hit up all 50 spots on this list, you’d probably find it useful to have a BTS Skytrain Rabbit Card on hand. You won’t need to spend precious holiday time queuing for tickets, and we hear it comes with a myriad of special perks on brands like H&M and McDonald’s. Otherwise, rent a car to easily make your way around the city and beyond. 

Whatever it is, we trust both seasoned travellers and first-timers to the city will find something worth their while in the vibrant city that’s Bangkok.

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Photography by Alastair Pang, Brad Harrison Lee and Chan Huiwen.

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