25 Best Tourist Places To Visit in Bangkok This Year


A solo trip later became the most loved honeymoon destination and a family holiday for many. Would you believe that said exploration has some transformative power? It has made Bangkok a favorite destination for many and shaped their identity. More than one trip is needed to behold the beauty, fun, adventure and spirituality it offers. So, pack your bags to see the best places to visit in Bangkok.

Let’s see Bangkok’s transformative power from a wider lens. The first thing that comes to the human mind when thinking about Bangkok is nightclubs and massage parlors; that’s what this city is all about. Is it not something to boast about Thailand?  Bangkok has provided all the comfort and relaxation to its guests worldwide and continues to do so forever.  Beginning your fun journey to Bangkok is excellent as a bachelor, and this city assures you that the rest of the vacation of your life will be spent here. Bangkok has always been a relaxing trip. These places to visit in Bangkok are not just the best-kept Thai attractions but also serve the welcoming nature of Thailand. 

Places to Visit in Bangkok for Bachelors

The bachelor phase of your life offers you the freedom to explore,  form social bonds and focus on personal growth, and traveling is a great teacher. Through traveling, you interact with people and places, and they leave their marks and shape you as an individual. So, let’s explore some fun-filled tourist places to visit in Bangkok on your next trip. 

King Power Mahanakhonbang

King Power Mahanakhon is located in the central business district of Bangkok.

It is one of the tallest buildings in Thailand, with 78 stories, and is known mostly for its skywalk. Not just the skywalk, this building has a lot to amuse you throughout.  Are you wondering why this place is recommended for bachelors and everyone who loves height? Check out the wonders this building has to offer.

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Address: Click to view King Power Mahanakhon on the map

Timings – Daily from 10:00 am – 12:00 am.

Once you enter the building, you must buy tickets in the lobby and start exploring, as there are many things to explore:

Mahanakhon Residence Hotel rooms with 2 & 3 Bedrooms available. Also, all amenities are there, including Residential Club Lounges with a Mini Bar and Cinema room.

Firster by King Power You’ll have one-stop shopping for beauty and lifestyle at Firster.

Mahanakhon Cube covers seven building floors and has good eateries, spa treatments and high-end workouts. In other words, it offers a luxurious urban lifestyle experience.

King Power Mahanakhon SkyWalk is a state-of-the-art observation deck at 1,030 feet that boasts the city’s most epic 360-degree views. It has the Sky Deck & Rooftop Bar, and you must cover your shoes with a disposable shoe cover to enter here. 

For King Power Mahanakhon SkyWalk:

Entry fees: 1,050 Baht (2500 INR) adult 

(Note: this is only for indoor and outdoor observation decks).

Opening Hours: Daily Starts from 10:00 AM – to 7:00 PM. Last admission 18.30 hrs.

Things to Note:

  • The following items are not allowed to be taken in at Mahanakhon SkyWalk: (Any item, including handles, wheels, or anything not a carry-on item, such as a bag, backpack, or luggage, is prohibited). Also, Drones, Pets, Alcohol, Food & Beverages, Weapons, Camera tripods, parachutes, and Balloons are prohibited.
  • Visitors must keep all loose items, including mobile phones, away from the glass tray. 
  • Photography is permitted only in the photo-taking spot.

Interesting thing to know:

You get the butterfly effect on your stomach and heart (not when you are in love), but when you take the lift and reach the 74th floor in less than 50 seconds! Guess what adds more to it? It is the video-themed lift that keeps you entertained. Doesn’t it sound fun? You can experience the world’s first self-controlled ParadropVRTM City flyer in this building.

Thai Massage in Bangkok

Indulging in a Thai Massage in Bangkok is a truly rejuvenating experience, especially when your body and mind require relaxation. The original traditional Thai massage school is inside the Grand Palace in Wat Pho. Thai Massage usually starts from 300 Baht (approx. 700 INR). 

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City of Massage, Pratunam Thai Massage, and Wild Orchid Thai Massage are renowned for their exceptional services in the Sukhumvit and Pratunam areas. Offering a comprehensive range of treatments from foot massages to neck and shoulder massages, these professionals use aromatherapy oil therapy to provide an authentic traditional massage experience.

Safari World, Bangkok

Safari World is the largest open-air zoo located in Thailand, Asia. It is a popular tourist destination that consists of two parks: Marine Park and Safari Park.

Safari Park is an open zoo where you can find lions, tigers, zebras, giraffes, orangutans and many other wildlife.

Conversely, Marine Park features shows with dolphins, sea lions, orangutans, and other marine animals.

This expansive wildlife sanctuary needs a vehicle to explore.

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Address: Click to view Safari World on the map

Opening Hours: 9 am – 5 pm

Show Timings Shows
10: 20 am Orang Utan
11:00  am Sea Lion
11:40 am Elephant
11:40 am Cowboy Stunt
1:30 pm Dolphin and Whale
2: 30 pm Spy War
3:20 pm Bird

[Note: After every 30 – 45 mins, shows happen in Safari World].

Entry Fees: 

  • Safari Park- Starting at 1719 INR.
  • Marine Park- Starting at 1948 INR.

(Note: The Safari World ticket price varies according to the services you take). 

Cabbages and Condoms Cafe

Sounds weird and awkward! That’s the thought, what this cafe wants to change. This cafe has gained recognition worldwide for raising awareness of the use of condoms for birth control among people. Speaking about Condoms in public is considered taboo, and to change this mindset of people, the owner has come up with an initiative to open this cafe with a cause.

Cabbage and Condom restaurant is decorated with condoms. Decorative items, such as lanterns, flower vases, bouquets, etc., are made of condoms.  

You also get delicious food here, and after paying the bill, you get condoms instead of mints or any mouth freshener, as the cafe says, “ Sorry, we have no mints; please take a condom instead.” 

Isn’t it a creative way to raise awareness?

The best part of this cafe is that it has a souvenir shop, and the money you spend there goes to charity. To support this cause, you can visit this restaurant and contribute your share.

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Address: Click to view Condoms Cafe on the map.

Opening Hours: 11 AM – 11 PM (all day)

Calypso Ladyboy Show

This world of cabaret entertainment is a unique show one shouldn’t miss when visiting Bangkok. This theatrical show transports the audience to a different world, giving them a unique perspective of the people, world and life we live. Through their performance, this show celebrates the uniqueness of ladyboys, their confidence and their acceptance of their individual dual aspects.

Watching this show allows you to understand the message: “ It is powerful to be yourself.” 

Visit Calypso Theatre in Asiatique- The Riverfront Mall to watch this one-hour and ten-minute show.

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Things to Note:

  • Arrive 10 minutes early to settle down and enjoy the show.
  • No video recording is allowed during the show.
  • After the show, If you want to take pictures with the performers, it costs you 100 Baht (approx. 230 INR) per photo.
  • If you book a dinner package, dinner is served before the show.

Address: Click to view Calypso Cabaret on the map.

Entry Fees: 600 Thai Baht ( approx. 1400 INR)

Show Timings:

  • First Show- 7:30 PM
  • Second Show- 9:00 PM

Siam Amazing Park

Young people always crave adventure. To satisfy your adrenaline-pumping needs, taking exciting rides in Siam Amazing Park is the best option. Siam Amazing Park is divided into- Water Park and an Amusement Park. Its name is written in the Guinness World Record for having the largest wave pool in the world. An adult ticket is for persons above 130cm, while a Kid ticket is for persons between 101 and 130 cm. Kids below 100 cm have free access to amusement and water parks.

Siam Amazing Park

Address: Click to view Siam Amazing Park on the map.

Timings: 10 AM – 6 PM (all day)

Entry Fees: 

  • For Adults – Starts from INR 1606
  • For Child – Starts from INR 1262

[Note: Ticket prices vary depending on season and whether you want to include a buffet lunch]. 

Muay Thai Boxing

Going to the capital city of Thailand and not watching the National Sport? How is that possible? Muay Thai Boxing is a sport that reflects Thailand’s sportsmanship. It is a combination of both sports and martial arts. Rajadamnern Stadium and Lumpinee Stadium are the places in Bangkok where you can find the Muay Thai Boxing shows. The fights are usually divided into rounds, each lasting for 3 minutes.

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Opening Hours: 2:00 PM or 11:00 PM (depending upon the stadium you choose)

Entry Fees: Starts from 2600 THB for a ticket. (approx.6000 INR).

[Note: Ticket prices for Muay Thai shows can vary depending on the stadium, the day of the week, and the quality of the seats].

Jim Thompson House Museum

It is the residence of an American businessman named Jim Thompson, who was rumored to be a spy. Commonly known as “Thai Silk King.”

He was an art lover and collector. He had a great collection of paintings, sculptures, carvings, utensils etc., and later, after his death, his house was turned into a museum that showcased Thompson’s collection of Southeast Asian art. 

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Address: Click to view Jim Thompson House on the map.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Entry Fees: Adult 200 baht (approx. 500 INR)

[Note: Free entry is allowed for children under 10 years of age when accompanied by an adult].

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Rooftop Bars

If you are wondering where to spend the golden hour in Bangkok, Rooftop Bars are the must visit place. Top Knot Rooftop Bar and Restaurant, Sky Beach Bangkok, The Long Bar, Sirocco, and Three Sixty Skybar are a few of the 4+ star-rated rooftop bars to go to in Bangkok.

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Usually, the rooftop bar opens from 12 p.m. to 1 a.m. To learn the exact price of food and drinks, visit the company’s website and social media pages to get the latest information on price and timing. 

Dinner Cruises

Doesn’t it sound extremely special to be in the middle of the river on a dinner cruise, having good food, enjoying the scenic view of the iconic landmarks and listening to live music in the background? Indeed it is. This is what Bangkok has to offer to the newlyweds. 

You get dinner cruises such as the Chao Phraya Princess Cruise, Manohra Cruises, The Wonderful Pearl Cruise, which operates on the Chao Phraya River, and many more. It takes you through attractions like Wat Arun, Grand Palace and Wat Pho. They start either at Iconsiam Mall or Asiatique Mall. 

You can enjoy Indian, Thai, Japanese, European and some International Cuisines on the cruise.

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Pickup Point: Iconsiam Mall or Asiatique Mall

Timings:  7:30 PM and 9:30 PM

Entry Fees:

  • For Adult – Starts from INR 2800
  • For Child(4-10) – Starts from INR 2240

Shopping Stops in Bangkok

Bangkok is shoppers’ land. You get everything here, ranging from budget-friendly items to expensive ones. Markets like Chatuchak Weekend Market and Pratunam Market are free to bargain and get the best products at affordable prices. Whereas malls like Siam Paragon and Central World offer luxury brands. Night markets like Talad Rot Fai are quite popular for vintage finds, and Asiatique The Riverfront gives you the best riverside shopping experience.

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Things to Remember:

  • Keep cash, as most vendors don’t accept cards.
  • Wear comfortable footwear that will help you walk tirelessly.
  • Keep your reusable bags with you.

Madame Tussauds Museum

Imagine taking a selfie with life-size wax replicas of famous personalities of the world that look so real, and that is what this museum offers. There are 90 wax figures of historic icons worldwide in 9 themed zones. 

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Address: Click to view Madame Tussauds Museum on the map.

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM daily

Entry Fees:

  • For Adult: 830 Baht (approx 1900 INR) 
  • For Child: 516 Baht  (approx. 1200 INR) 
  • For Children under 2: Free

Note: The above-mentioned prices are subject to change.

Bangkok Places to Visit with Family

Get ready for a whirlwind of excitement in Bangkok. This city offers many activities, from thrilling amusement parks to encounters with terrestrial and aquatic wildlife, exploring museums, and relaxing in beautiful cafes and shopping centers. Each day in Bangkok is a new adventure, and when you return home, you’ll have a treasure trove of memories to cherish, as there are many best places to visit in Bangkok for families.

The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is a must-visit sightseeing place to go for any visitor in Bangkok. From 1782 to 1925, it was the official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand).

Visit this palace with its beautiful gardens and fascinating history, to get a glimpse of Thailand’s architecture and culture. This palace will take you on a time machine ride when monarchy existed. So, learn the royal history of Thailand by exploring this palace.

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Address: Click to view Grand Palace on the map

Opening Hours: 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Entry Fees: The entrance fee to the Grand Palace, including Wat Phra Kaew, is 500 Baht for tourists (approx.1200 INR) per person.

Bangkok Temple Tour

Bangkok is the second largest Buddhist country, with 93% of its population being Buddhist, which is why it has so many Buddhist temples. Buddhism has a major impact on Thai culture and lifestyle. To experience the Buddhist lifestyle, tourists usually visit a meditation retreat and love it as it purifies their hearts, minds and souls. 

Things to Remember: 

  • When visiting temples in Bangkok, be careful of your dressing. Wear covered clothes to maintain the decorum of the temple.
  • Avoid physical contact with monks.
  • Maintain silence inside the temple.
  • Respect the instructions given by the authorities.

Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan (Golden Buddha)

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This golden Buddha Statue has a unique history. Its golden identity remained undiscovered until 1954 when it was covered with stucco material. The golden statue was revealed during the relocation in 1955 when the coating chipped off. So, for 200 years, this Buddha statue remained under cover. Isn’t it astonishing to hear?

And the good part is that photography is allowed in this temple.

[Note: Dress respectfully by covering your shoulders and knees].

Address: Click to view Golden Buddha on the map.

Opening Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (all days).

Entry fees – 40 Baht (approx. 100 INR) per person

Wat Benchamabophit Dusitwanaram (Marble Buddha)

This serene temple in Bangkok is one of the most beautiful places, known for its exquisite architecture. It is a blend of Thai and European architecture. The nickname “ Marble Buddha” existed because of the Italian Carrara marble used to build the temple.

The ubosot (ordination hall) is the centerpiece of the temple, which has 52 different Buddha statues. It’s built entirely of Carrara marble and features a magnificent Buddha image.

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Address: Click to view Marble Buddha on the map.

Opening Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM (all day)

Entry Fees: Ranges between 50 to 100 Baht (approx. 230) per person.

Wat Phra Kaew (Emerald Buddha)

It is one of the sacred Buddhist temples found in Bangkok.

The statue is carved from jasper, a semi-precious green stone about 66 centimeters tall, and that’s why it is named the Emerald Buddha.

The Emerald Buddha is considered the palladium of Thailand, and the king himself performs a ceremony three times a year to change the statue’s golden robes according to the season.

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Address: Click to view Emerald Buddha on the map.

Timings: 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Entry Fees: The entrance fee to the Grand Palace, including Wat Phra Kaew, is 500 Baht (approx. 1200 INR) per person.

Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

Temple of Dawn is a stunning Buddhist temple on Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River’s west bank. The temple’s name comes from the Hindu god Aruna, often personified as the rising sun’s rays. You can climb the stairs to the top of the prang to watch the stunning views of the Chao Phraya River. The temple is especially beautiful at sunrise when the light hits the mosaics and makes them sparkle, and that’s why it is called the ‘Temple of Dawn.”

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Address: Click to view Temple of Dawn on the map.

Opening Hours: Everyday, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM 

Entry Fees: THB 100 (approx. 230 INR).

Erawan Shrine

The Erawan Shrine, formerly the Thao Maha Phrom Shrine, is in Bangkok, Thailand. It has a statue of Phra Phrom (Brahma, The Hindu God). The shrine is also one of the most famous places in Bangkok for its traditional Thai dance performances, which add to its overall charm.

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Address: Click to view Erawan Shrine on the map.

Opening Hours: The shrine is open every day of the week from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

Entry Fees – There is no entry fee, but you can buy offerings for 50 Baht if you wish.

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Throughout Thailand’s history, floating markets have been essential to life, allowing people to trade goods and services.

The market is a maze of narrow canals lined with vendors selling everything from fresh produce and souvenirs to cooked food and drinks.

You can take a long-tailed boat through the canals, browse the stalls, and sample some delicious food. The market is also a great place to take photos, as the colorful boats and bustling atmosphere make for a very picturesque scene.

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Address: Click to view Damnoen Saduak on the map.

Opening Hours: 6 AM- 5 PM

Boat Ticket Prices:

  • Motor Boat- Ranges between 600 Baht – 800 Baht (1400 INR – 1900 INR)
  • Rowboat – Ranges between 200 Baht – 300 Baht  (500 INR – 700 INR)

Sea Life Ocean World

It is the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia. The Siam Aquarium has 14 zones, including the Ocean Tunnel, and is home to many sharks, eagle rays, and other sea creatures. The spacious aquarium offers hundreds of marine species on display, 4-D films & underwater experiences. 

Through interactive exhibits and talks, you will have fun learning about the importance of conservation. Some exhibits include Shark Walk, Rocky Hideout, Seahorse Kingdom, Ocean Tunnel, and Shark Shipwreck. 

[Note: Take a ride on the Glass Bottom Boat for a unique view of the underwater world].

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Address: Click to view Sea Life Ocean World on the map.

Timings: 10 am-8 pm

Entry Fees: Starts from INR 3000


Going to Bangkok just for a bachelor’s life fun will change the way you perceive the world. The cabaret shows build identity through a movement, and the condom cafe raises awareness and runs for a noble cause; there is much to learn about the world. After all the fun, this city takes you on a temple tour, calming your soul and transforming your outlook toward life.

Bangkok offers a thrilling mix of the best tourist places for all age groups. Once you start exploring Bangkok’s history, culture, and art, along with enjoying the nightlife and some adventure, you will surely gather the experience that will shape your identity. Why wait more, then? Get ready this year to accept the change within you by exploring the must-visit tourist places in Bangkok.