Bangkok Travel Guide

Bangkok Travel Guide

The most viewed place tips are listed below. The map moves to the hint when you click on the hint sequence number. On the map are all 98 places mentioned in our guide in Bangkok spiced with picks from Wikipedia. Places include attractions, shops, restaurants and more. Click on a placemark on the map for more information.

The best places in Bangkok on the map

1. The most famous street in Chinatown is Yaowarat Road, which is lined with jewelers, exotic grocery stores and shops selling Chinese herbs and medicines.
Coordinates: 13.7416, 100.5077

2. The main street of Talat Mai Market (Soi 6) with its side streets is the best place to go for a variety of Chinese-style dishes.
Coordinates: 13.7409, 100.5084

3. For those interested in electronics, the best place to visit is the Mega Plaza. There are many layers of video games, cameras and related products.
Coordinates: 13.7453, 100.5025

4. One of Bangkok’s most famous malls, CentralWorld, which is so large that you can well spend half a day catching it. If you want to find something specific there, you should ask where to go from one of its many information points.
Coordinates: 13.7466, 100.5392

5. Phahurat Market is a good place to visit as there is Indian food, spices, teas and other Indian products.
Coordinates: 13.7444, 100.4996

6. Wat Traimit is an extremely popular place to visit, but there is usually a lot of space and it is easy to get a picture of the golden Buddha as well. Admission is only to the pagoda, or temple, where the golden Buddha is, and the shoes are put in a plastic bag and or left out. A ticket to the temple costs 40 baht, and if you so choose, it only takes a quarter to visit.
Coordinates: 13.7378, 100.5136

7. Talat Main streets one of the busiest is Valich 1 Road. Along it, whatever is sold, and it leads to a market hall called Sampheng or Samphon Market. Sampheng Market.
Coordinates: 13.7414, 100.5061

8. Charoen Krung Road is Bangkok’s oldest street, whose name means “new street”. It’s an 8.5-mile-long street, and in the case of Chinatown, it has some interesting shops, though only curiosities for tourists to see quickly.
Coordinates: 13.7445, 100.507

9. Soi 19 is one of the best streets for the restaurant, but this is good terrain to eat only from early in the morning until around 9pm, as many places go after that.
Coordinates: 13.7512, 100.5384

10. There is a white fort, Phra Mahakan, on the bank of the canal leading to Sukhumvit (Khlong Suen Saeb). Next to it is a pier to and from which can be reached very specifically in the direction of Pratunam. There is a really long way to Sukhumvit by canal boat, and you should go there by other means.
Coordinates: 13.7556, 100.5055

11. A particularly large concentration of Indian restaurants, the best of which is Royal India, is right near Sampheng Market Hall, across the canal, which can be walked from both Banglamphu and the Chinese district, but the fastest can be reached by metro.
Coordinates: 13.7434, 100.5018

12. The Banglamphu area has an attraction that is closest to the Lookout. Impressed by the temple, which is at the top of the Golden Mount (Golden Mount) is a tourist trap. However, if you go there early in the morning, it can be nice to admire the environment from above.
Coordinates: 13.7539, 100.5067

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