The Sanphet Prasat Palace with reflections along the water in the Ancient City of Bangkok, Thailand

Cruise to Bangkok (Laemchabang), Thailand

In Bangkok, the old meets the new: Skyscrapers contrast ornate Thai temples, high-end cocktail bars lie around the corner from bustling stalls of street-food vendors, and tuk tuk rickshaws pedal beside cars on the busy streets. Cruise to Bangkok to explore the city's green space at Lumpini Park, where you can take a stroll alongside the early-morning tai chi practitioners. Encounter the culture's deep roots at the Bangkok National Museum, home to the country's largest collection of Thai artifacts, including Khon masks and traditional armaments. Then, head to Wat Pho to see the 15-meter-tall, 46-meter-long, gold-leaf-covered statue of the Reclining Buddha. Or behold the towering spires and porcelain flower patterns of 19th-century Wat Arun, or Temple of the Dawn.
National Language Thai
Currency Accepted Thai Baht (THB)

Things To Do in Bangkok (Laemchabang)

Grand palace with long tail boat in Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand Chao Phraya River

Glide Along

Glide Along

Take a tranquil boat ride down what used to be the city's lifeline, the Chao Phraya River. It's still an active waterway, but today it's lined with some of Bangkok's most iconic site. From the river, you can take in views of the Grand Palace and the spires of Wat Arun, as well as the bustling riverside markets.

The blue tuk tuk is the traditional taxi car in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand Tuk Tuk Blue Taxi

Change Your View

Change Your View

The best way to discover a new city is to see it from a different perspective. Cruise around in a tuk tuk — the driver-powered rickshaws you'll see all around Bangkok — and put yourself right in the heart of the city's hustle and bustle. Or head to Sky Bar on the 63rd floor of the Dome State Tower and see the metropolitan sprawl from above.

The reclining buddha gold statue face in Wat Pho Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand Gold Reclining Buddha

A Tale of Two Buddhas

No visit to Bangkok would be complete without seeing its world-famous Buddha statues. Inside the Grand Palace, you'll find the ornate Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the statue of the religious figure made from the precious green stone. Afterward, take an easy 10-minute walk to Wat Pho Temple, famed for its giant statue of the Reclining Buddha.

Fried food with sticks, Thai style food, Thailand street foodl, Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand Fried Food Sticks Thai Cuisine

Local Cuisine

You've come to the right place for the best of Thai food. Bangkok is home to countless restaurants — but the real experience lies within its street markets. Try fried sen yai (white, flat noodles made from rice flour) with moo daeng, red barbecued pork. Snack on gai bing or moo bing, skewers or tender grilled chicken or pork. Or spice it up with red curry chicken with your Bangkok cruise.

Chatuchak market, largest market in Thailand, in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand Shopping


In addition to the Weekend Market, Sampeng Market, Pratunam Market and Wang Lang Market are perfect spots to pick up distinctive Thai souvenirs. Cruise to Bangkok and look for coveted elephant pants, traditional paper lanterns, scarves embroiderd with geometric Thai patterns and Buddha carvings and sculptures.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 If you're visiting Sky Bar, bear in mind the dress code requires formal attire (no jeans or sandals).
2 Carry a scarf or sarong with you — shoulders must be covered in temples.
3 Have cash in the form of Thai baht, the local currency, with you for the markets.

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