Bangkok is no doubt a shopping heaven for all! As the capital of Thailand, it is a city that never sleeps. There are a thousand things to do in Bangkok with so many cultural things to see. Bangkok proved to be a fantastic introduction to the region and a great starting point to further explore Thailand. With more than eight million citizens living within the city, you will find yourself encountering every walk of life, from the super poor to the rich and famous as they all congregate in the one city and each feels at home as the other.
Top things to do in Bangkok includes visiting the Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho as well as the amazing Grand Palace. For shoppers, be prepared to spend you money at the famous Chatuchak Weekend market where prices goes from 10 Baht and above for clothing and homeware. If you do not want to be out in the sun, we recommend you to visit Platinum Mall where you will find clothes at the same prices at Chatuchak Market. There are many malls in Bangkok but our favourite has got to be Terminal 21 where the interior design of each floor is specially for a country. Without a doubt there will be many thai massages for you to choose from as well as their delicious street food.Asiatique is a charming place that is worth spending the evening at, even if you’re not intending to spend a lot. A calming stroll along the Chao Phraya River, as you take in the view of Bangkok’s northern skyline, makes it worth the trip.
Packist Tip: If you are in love with fashion and would like to see what the local scene is up to, have a visit to Siam Centre and soak in the creativity entailed.
●Meet & greet. Proceed to visit Bangluang Mosque, it is the only mosque from brick and concrete in traditional Thai style in Thailand. The gables are decked with plaster stucco of tri-ethnic artworks: the traditional motiflining the gable frame, the Western foliage motif on the gable panel and the flowers in Chinese floral patterns.
●At night, Proceed to visit Asiatique The Riverfront the night market by the river
●Enroute Hua Hin - the Plearnwan is Thailand's first EcoVintage Village which was built in late 2009.
●Continue to visit Swiss Sheep Farm, In place of the ancient dream of those who seek it. Come in contactwith the atmosphere of a farm in a valley surrounded by the love that surrounds you with warmth style European country.
●Continue to visit Santorini Park brings a slice of thepicture-perfect Greek island to Cha-Am, from classic white washed buildings, colorfully painted windows, down to stone-paved paths and domed towers.
●At night, visit Hua Hin Night Market.
●After breakfast, visit Hua Hin Train Station built during the reign of King Rama VI, and only a short distance from the centre of town.
●Proceed to visit Damnoen Saduak floating market where it is totally chaotic, small 'khlongs' or canals are filled with flat boats piled high on the river.
●Proceed to visit Maeklong Railway Market - This is aunique market that is held every day literally on the railtracks.
●Continue shopping at Gem & Leather Factory and Honey Shop.
●After breakfast, transfer to airport.
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