This spired Buddhist temple on the Chao Phraya River is one of Bangkok's most popular landmarks. Wat Arun is named for Aruna, the Hindu god typically represented with the glow of the rising sun.
The Grand Palace
In the middle of Bangkok lies a spectacular network of buildings comprising the Grand Palace, once the residence of Kings of Siam until 1925.
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Shop 'til you drop! More than 15,000 diverse stalls make Thailand's biggest market a can't miss attraction. Visitors will find food and drink, home decor, electronics, clothing and more.
This Bangkok green space, with its lake, trees, and playgrounds, serves as an oasis to the bustling city activity. Visitors can bird watch, gaze upon the King Rama VI statue, and even rent boats.