The National Museum of Bangkok is a captivating treasure trove of Thai art, history, and culture, located conveniently near the iconic Grand Palace and the bustling Khaosan Road.
The highlight of Bangkok Old Town is its cultural heritage. Bangkok Old Town, also known as Rattanakosin Island, the area was once the capital of the Kingdom of Siam.
Wat Pho, the temple of the reclining Buddha, is such an iconic landmark of Bangkok that it is on everyone’s list of places to visit even on a short trip.
Methavalai Sorndaeng is an old-fashioned Thai restaurant frozen in time, just next to the Democracy Monument, not far from Khao San. There are so many Thai restaurants in Bangkok finding something original for a special occasion will be difficult.