Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand) since 1782. The king, his court, and his royal government were based on the grounds of the palace until 1925

Chao Praya River

Chao Phraya River

Every great city has a river, and Bangkok’s is the Chao Phraya (Mae Nam Chao Phraya). Alive with traditional long-tail boats, passenger ferries, and cargo boats, the Chao Phraya River is the lifeblood of the city. It winds past both ancient temples and modern high-rises, offering a unique, local perspective on the Thai capital.


Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Temple of the Emerald Buddha was built in 1782 and has been used as the Royal Temple attached to the Grand Palace for various royal functions to this day.


Wat Arun

Temple of the Dawn’ is the most stunning temple in the city and looks even more gorgeous during the sunset. Situated on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, both the architecture and locale of this temple make it a gem worth witnessing. The name of the temple has been derived from Hindu God Aruna and holds a special place among the people and is also counted among one of the best places to visit in Bangkok with family.

Chatuchak Weekend Market,

Chatuchak Weekend Market

the Chatuchak Weekend Market is the most famous and the best one in the city. Its sheer size and diverse collection would absolutely win your heart and leave you craving for more even after you’re done spending all your money. Find souvenirs from your trip and items to buy for your friends and family back at home.



Chinatown in Bangkok is everything one would want it to be. Being one of the popular places to visit in Bangkok and a major tourist attraction, you ought to visit the vibrant streets of this Thai town and get a taste of the local culture & lifestyle. There is so much to experience in Chinatown, that it deserves to be even on the list of places to visit in Bangkok in 2 days.