Bangkok as the capital of Thailand has increasingly attracted the attention of tourists in recent years. Many tourists do not hesitate to set foot in Bangkok to explore each of the unique and fun tourist attractions. So many interesting places that you can not miss, of course you need a place to rest because it might not be just 1 day to explore it. NOVOTEL BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT 20 great places to take a break after touring the city of Bangkok you can find info and visit its website at https://www.novotelbangkoksukhumvit20.com/.
The following interesting tourist destinations in Bangkok:
Watch an exciting Muay Thai match at MBK Shopping Center
Every Wednesday night, the MBK Shopping Center hosts MBK Fight Night, where local and international Muay Thai fighters fight in a series of matches. The event was held in an open boxing ring located in front of a shopping center, so that anyone could watch and join in the cheering. With a host who commented passionately, charming ring girls, and bright lights, this battle still felt real even though it was free of charge to watch it. So, make sure MBK Fight Night must be on your list, okay?
Visit Sathorn Unique Ghost Tower
Looking for a little sensation for your vacation? The next exciting tourist activity in Bangkok is visiting Sathorn Unique Ghost Tower, a skyscraper that has long been abandoned by residents and even their owners. It is said that the land where this building stands is a former grave, and a Swedish tourist who committed suicide in 2014 haunted this building. Unfortunately, to be able to enter the Sathorn Unique Ghost Tower at this time, it needed ‘special permission’ from the guards. Maybe you should look around this building from a safe distance. You don’t want to, ‘followed’ the Thai ghost during the holidays?
Adjacent to Nature at Lumpini Park
Named after the birthplace of Buddha in Nepal, Lumpini Park is one of the largest parks in Bangkok. As a place for tourist activities in Bangkok that is free and perfect, you can escape from the hustle and bustle of the city here. Coupled with tropical trees and flowers, the eyes and mind also become cool. Take a leisurely walk; just sitting around enjoying the afternoon with local residents; or if you want to be more active, take an aerobics session in the evening.
Say hello to crocodiles at Wat Chakrawat
While you’re in Chinatown, you can stop by Wat Chakrawat to see live crocodiles. The practice of adopting reptiles began when monks found a crocodile in the Chao Phraya River, right next to the temple. Now there are three crocodiles that are kept – although you still have to be careful while ‘watching’ this ferocious creature.
Hang out with other tourists on Khao San Road
Hearing the name Khao San Road, what comes to your mind is a ‘party’ and ‘backpacker’. Yes, this area is a pleasure center for travelers who have a limited budget from accommodation, massage, travel agents, to restaurants or bars, almost all of which are available at quite affordable prices. Here you can meet and exclaim with tourists from various countries, mandatory activities in Bangkok!
Float at the Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
For those of you who prefer to interact with exotic fauna, take time to stop by at the Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. A magnificent glass dome is home to dozens of species of butterflies and insects, which are also decorated by unique plants and flowers. You can have a picnic or rent a bicycle to surround this butterfly habitat. You will also add knowledge in a special room that displays all kinds of information about the life of insects.
Stop by for a breath of fragrant flowers at Pak Khlong Talat
Want to give a surprise to travel partners with something beautiful but can be bought at affordable prices? Pak Khlong Talat Flower Market is open 24 hours, but the best time to stop by is early in the morning before sunrise, when the sellers are updating their stock. Roses, orchids, lilies, and various imported flowers such as tulips, you can find here. What an activity to start the day that improves mood!