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It turns out one day is more than enough to see all the major tourist attractions in Bangkok plus sample some great food and enjoy the nightlife too. Whether you’re passing through on the way to another city or spending 1 day in Bangkok before making your way to the islands, it’s surprisingly easy to enjoy the best of Bangkok in a day. Following are the places which you can visit and enjoy in a day.

1.Grand Palace

Arguably Bangkok’s most impressive attraction, the Grand Palace is a huge complex of Thai temples and historical buildings. Highlights include Wat Phra Kaew, known in English as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the Chakri Maha Prasat Hall.

Entry to the Grand Palace for non-Thais is 500 baht. There are several ways to access the Grand Palace. If you’re staying along the Riverside, take the Chao Phraya Express Boat to Tha Chang (N9) pier, then walk through the riverside market to the Grand Palace.

2.Wat Arun

Across the Chao Phraya from the Grand Palace is Wat Arun — the Temple of Dawn. One of Bangkok’s most picturesque and impressive temples, it’s a great temple to visit after you’ve seen Wat Pho. Take the three baht cross-river ferry from Tha Tien (N8) pier, near Wat Pho.

A popular way to see the Grand Palace, Wat Po, and Wat Arun is on the Walking Temple Tour, where your guide will ensure you take the fastest route between the temples and deal with all admission fees and transport.

3.Amulet Market

In the area around the Grand Palace, you’ll find Bangkok’s largest and most popular market for Buddhist amulets. Most of the amulets are purchased by people in dangerous professions seeking safety and good fortune.

4.Khlong Tours of the Chao Praya River

Bangkok’s busiest and most modern districts are located on the east side of the Chao Phraya River. Board a small teak boat – either a converted rice barge or a longtail boat, as made famous in the James Bond movie The Man With The Golden Gun – and adventure through the city’s eastern districts on historical klongs — canals that were once Bangkok’s primary transportation network.

5.The floating markets

One might feel as though they are entering a different world upon visiting a Thai floating market. Slender canals are crammed with boats selling an abundance of food and goods, while friendly vendors talk amongst themselves in Thai. While some countries in Asia have their own floating markets, none compare to Thailand’s, and the surreal experience is one you cannot miss while visiting the country.

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More About Bangkok Tourism

Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles and Bangkok tourism has a huge role to play here. A trip to Thailand often means sunning at the beach, frolicking in the clear green waters surrounding the many islands. But Bangkok is not without its charms. The hectic and bustling city is unapologetically cosmopolitan and yet, holds its roots close to its heart. Here sprawling malls, with the latest designer offerings, are equally at home with lush paddy fields just outside the city. There is indeed something for everyone here. 


Millions of tourists visit to unwind from their hectic lives, take a break, or simply enjoy the many attractions it has to offer. Bangkok tourism will ensure that you return home feeling like a new person – energised and with a brand-new outlook on life. With so many things to see and enjoy here, you will definitely want to keep coming back for more.

People Also Ask About Bangkok

  1. What are the best places to visit on a Bangkok tour?

    The Best places to visit in Bangkok are The Grand Palace, Floating Market, Khaosan Road, Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise, Chatuchak Market, Wat Pho, Jim Thompson House, Siam Niramit show, Kidzania, Pororo water park, Dusit zoo, MBK Shopping Centre and many more like this.

  2. Which are the best hotels to stay in Bangkok?

    The best hotels for tourists are Mandarin Oriental Hotel, The Peninsula, Le D'Tel Bangkok, The Siam, Park Hyatt, Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok, and many more.

  3. Which are the best holy places to visit in Bangkok?

    The best holy places to visit are Wat Hua Lamphong, Wat Mahathat, Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, the Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit, Assumption Cathedral, and Wat Intharawihan.

  4. Which are the best places to visit at night in Bangkok?

    These 12 Bangkok nightlife spots are the best places to enjoy your night out in Bangkok

    • Chao Phraya River Cruise.
    • Rooftop Bars in Bangkok.
    • Yaowarat / Chinatown.
    • Khao San Road.
    • Chatuchak Friday Night Market.
    • Asok. ...
    • Asiatique The Riverfront.
    • Soi Cowboy.
  5. How many days are enough for Bangkok?

    If you are willing to see each and everything in Bangkok the You should plan a trip of atleast 10 days.

  6. What is the best street food in Bangkok?

    The best street ffood dishes in Bangkok are:

    • Guay Tiew Mu Rung Rueang (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Sae Phun (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Guay Jub Mr. ...
    • Charoen Saeng Silom (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Wattanapanit (Ekkamai) (Michelin Plate) ...
    • Jok Khlong San (Michelin Plate) ...
    • Ann Guay Tiew Kua Gai (Bib Gourmand) ...
    • Chakki (Bib Gourmand)
  7. What is the best time to visit Bangkok?

    The best time to visit Bangkok is from November to March when the heat and humidity are at their lowest level.

  8. What we should buy from Bangkok?

    Best Souvenirs to Buy in Bangkok

    •  Silk Products.
    •  Spices.
    •  Spa Products.
    •  Coconut Oil Products.
    • Handicrafts items.
    • Thai Snacks.
    • Thai Silver Jewelry.
    • Thai Trinkets.
  9. Is Bangkok worth visiting?

    YES, Bangkok is worth visiting. As it is really a very beautiful as well as a great city to visit. This city has soo many different things to see as well as enjoy like Ice skating, Safari world, Riverside dinner and many more.

  10. Is Bangkok safe to travel?

    Yes, Bangkok is a very safe place for locals as well as travelers. One should take a tourist package to travel this beautiful city so that Under the proper guidance, You won't get into any problem. But overall, Bangkok is very safe to travel to.