Attractions & Activities

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  1. Taling Chan Floating Market

    This floating markets preserves its nature, historic lifestyle along the canals, temples, Thai traditional houses and orchid farms. Various kinds of food are freshy cooked on the boats along the canal. Local products and plants are sold in natural atmosphere. Experience traditional lifestyle such as Thai classical music show, foot massage under the trees and do not miss an impressive "Long-tail Boat Trips"
    Open: Saturday-Sunday, 8am-4pm
  2. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

    Khlong Lat Mayom has the charm and authenticity of a local market. Vendors prepare food on small boats like hoy tort (fried oysters with egg),  spicy salads,  dried fish, Thai curries and tropical fruits. Beyond the food , handmade wooden ornaments, paintings, art and craft products are very affordable. 
    Open: Saturday-Sunday, 9am-3pm
  3. Bang Khun Non Area (Food Street)

    Bang Khun Non is small street famous for good quality and delicious food with reasonable price. Dozens of food carts and local restaurants are along the street. Food vendors delicately prepare and serve good quality food like hot and sour Tam Leung noodle soup, marinated chicken with steam rice, pork satay, fresh fruits and preserved fruits like mango, guava marinated in plum sauce. Number of them offer a service for more than 20 years.
  4. Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)

    Wat Arun is one of Bangkok’s most famous landmark and located on Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River. The outstanding detail of Wat Arun is central prang (khmer-style pagoda), which is  80 meters high, beautifully decorated with tiny pieces of coloured glass and Chinese porcelain.
  5. Wang Lang Market

    This market is one of the best places to buy tasty food, fashionable clothes and accessories. Most of them are affordable whether you aim for new or second hand goods.
  6. Siriraj Phimukhsthan Museum

    The museum and surrounding preserve the charm of the old Thonburi railway station. It is a new learning center for history of Siriraj hospital, Wang Lang and Bangkok Noi areas. It also displays the medical stories from the perception of western medical and the herbal medical stores in Thailand. The most prominent display is an ancient boat, 24 meters long and 5 meters wide, which had been excavated during the construction of the Sayamindradhiraj Medical Institute.
  7. Royal Barges National Museum

    Museum exhibits several ornately craves royal barges. The barges are used in "the royal barge procession" which has been a Thai royal ceremony since Ayutthaya Era .The most well-know barge "Suphannahong" is used for "Kathin ceremony" in October or November.
  8. Ban Bu Community

    It is a name of ancient handicraft community. Making traditional stone polished bronzeware, an art that has been handed down for six generations for more than 200 years.
  9. Thonburi Railway Station

    The Thonburi railway station is the main departure point for trains to Kanchanaburi, Hua Hin and beyond on the southern route.
  10. The Grand Palace & The Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew)

    The Grand Palace was built by King Rama I who established Bangkok as  a capital city of Thailand. Deep within the Grand Palace grounds you will see the most sacred sight - the Emerald Buddha contained within Wat Phra Kaew . Both have considerable historical significance and are extremely magnificent place.