Planning to visit Bangkok? This Bangkok Itinerary Guide will help you create an itinerary that fits perfectly to your needs. It does not matter if you stay only one, two or three days, in this article, I’ll discuss every detail for the perfect itinerary. In order to do so, first, I have to define the absolute must-sees in Bangkok. Then, I shall build itineraries around these must-sees, and add other great activities to these must-sees. So, let’s start.
 

What are the must-sees in Bangkok?

 

The must-sees in Bangkok are:

 

1. The Grand Palace


By far the most popular attraction in Bangkok is the Grand Palace. Built in 1782, the palace was the home of the Thai King until 1925. Nowadays, the Grand Palace only function as the centre of Royal Ceremonies. The Grand Palace is an incredibly complex which covers an area of 218,000 square meters and is surrounded by four walls, which are 1,900 meters in length. The palace is the most beautiful decorated buildings, including Wat Phra Kaew. This temple is the most sacred temple of Thailand, home to the Emerald Buddha. This statue is considered to be the palladium of the Kingdom of Thailand, a statue of the great antiquity of which Thailand is said to depend.

Visiting the Grand Palace is an absolute must. Make sure that you arrive as early as possible and dress appropriately. Details about the dress code and other valuable information can be found on the 
Official website of Royal Grand Palace. The entrance fee for the Grand Palace is 500 THB. My advice is to bring a rucksack with a long-sleeved shirt and long pants. After your visit to the Grand Palace, you can change back into something more comfortable and more cooling. 
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Grand Palace

The Grand Palace, one of the must-sees in Bangkok. In the background, you see the contrast with the modern parts of Bangkok.


 

2. Wat Arun


Wat Arun is a temple build in 1767 for the god Aruna, the god of dawn. During that time, the Ayutthayan Kingdom was attacked by the Burmese army in the capital Ayutthaya, the former Kingdom of Thailand. The people under command of King Taksin had no other choice than to flee to Thonburi, the modern area of Bangkok. Wat Arun was the temple where for years, the Emerald Buddha was placed. Later, it moved to Wat Phra Kaew at the Grand Palace. Wat Arun is a 79 meters tall iconic white temple that you see on almost every travel magazine. Visiting this beautiful temple is absolutely a must. When visiting The Grand Palace, you can easily combine this with a visit to Wat Arun and Wat Pho as these attractions are located close to each other.
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Wat Arun

Wat Arun at night, one of the most iconic temples in Thailand.


 

3. Wat Pho


Wat Pho is the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok and home to the forty-seven meters tall reclining golden Buddha. This is the absolute eye-catcher of this temple complex. Wat Pho is located next to the Grand Palace and during your temple and palace hop, I would recommend to stop by and have a look at this massive Buddha statue. The entrance fee is 200 THB and there is a dress code, although not as strict as the Grand Palace.
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Wat Pho

The highlight of visiting Wat Pho, the forty-seven metres long golden reclining Buddha.


 

4. Chinatown


Chinatown in Bangkok is the largest Chinatown in the world and in the evening, this area is an amazing place to explore. With all the neon lights and the immense crowds, Chinatown gives you the feeling you’re not in Bangkok anymore. At Yaowarat Road and all the small alleys connected to this road, you will be able to find phenomenal street food, restaurants and all sorts of shops selling the most exotic ingredients you can find in Bangkok. For the best food options, check out our article about the best food in Chinatown Bangkok. There are also a few cool bars where you can get some really good cocktails and other refreshments, for example, Teens of Thailand.
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Chinatown

Chinatown at night transforms into a completely new city. As if you are in China yourself!


 

5. Chatuchak Weekend Market


Chatuchak Weekend Market is the largest weekend market in the world. It’s estimated that around Chatuchak has 250,000 visitors per day exploring over 15,000 stalls full of food, art, clothes, antiques, jewellery and drinks. It’s the place to go for unique souvenirs to bring back home or try one of the countless finger-food options the market has to offer. For more details about all this deliciousness, check out our article about the best food in Chatuchak Weekend Market. If you are staying in Bangkok on the weekends, it’s absolutely one of the best things to do.
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Chatuchak

On a nice sunny day, you will wander around Bangkok's largest market for hours. Hunting for amazing food and cool souvenirs.


 

6. Visit a Skybar


Most likely, you’ve seen the movie ‘Hangover 2’ and we can all admit that the scene at Lebua is iconic. As Bangkok has plenty of rooftop bars, it’s quite easy to replicate that experience. When the sun is about to set, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a cocktail with a magnificent view of Bangkok. Some bars even have happy hours during the sunset, which is always welcome as the cocktails, in general, are expensive. Depending on the itinerary, I shall recommend which rooftop bar is the best choice. Keep in mind that the majority of the sky bars apply a strict dress code.
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Skybar

Visiting a rooftop bar in an absolute must in Bangkok. After an active day, it's the best way to relax and enjoy the magnificent view.


 

7. Ratchada Train Market


One of the coolest night markets in Bangkok is Ratchada Train Market. Night markets are one of the top local activities Thai do and a visit to Ratchada Train Market is highly recommended. With countless street food options, cheap drinks, live music and all sorts of vendors selling unique goods. For more information, check out our in-depth article about Ratchada Train Market. Ratchada Train Market is located close to Thailand Cultural MRT Station, similar to Siam Niramit. For other popular markets in Thailand, check out our article about the best night markets in Bangkok.
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Ratchada

The iconic multi-coloured market of Ratchada. In the centre, you will find all sorts of good. The bars are located around the tents. 


 

8. Muay Thai Fights at Ratchadamnern Stadium


Are you a sports enthusiast? Head towards Ratchadamnern Stadium to attend an official Muay Thai match. This is the oldest boxing stadium in Thailand. Throughout the whole evening, fighters from different categories will fight for nationwide titles. Ratchadamnoen Stadium is the absolute best place to see these fighters in action. Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, fight are being held, starting at 18:30. There are two types of seats available for foreigners, first ring and second ring. It’s recommended to get the second ring seats, as they are much cheaper and give you a better view of the fight. Tickets can be bought at the Official website of Ratchadamnern Stadium
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Muay Thai

Muay Thai matches can be found throughout the country, but the best games are shown at Ratchadamnern Stadium.


 

9. Mahanakhon Skywalk


Afraid of heights? With 314 meters, the Mahanakakhon is the highest observation deck in Thailand. Before you arrive one the 78th floor, you can get used to the height on the 74th floor at the 360-degrees indoor observation deck. From here, you have the ultimate view on Bangkok where you finally can realize how big the city is. Once you are used to the height, it’s time to go to the top of the building, where you visit the Glass Tray Experience. 310 meters above the ground, you stand on a glass floor where you can see the cars driving underneath you. Standing on that glass floor is an absolute must-try in Bangkok. Most visitors want to see the sunset at 18:00. If you already planning to visit a Skybar, my advice is to visit the Skybar at sunset and Mahanakorn in the afternoon. When the weather is good, you have all the space and time to see Bangkok from this height, while when you are at a Skybar, you usually stick to one spot. Tickets can be bought at the Official website of the Mahanakhon Skywalk or at the entrance of the Mahanakhon Tower itself. 
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Muay Thai

On top of the world, the amazing view of the Mahanakhon Tower. In the back, you can see the glass floor. 


 

10. Siam Niramit


Siam Niramit is a show that takes you on a journey to the history of Thailand. This 90-minute show is simply world-class and shows you the Thai history, religion and Thai festivals. The special effects, the costumes, the atmosphere and the performance of the one hundred and fifty professionals are worth the 1500 THB you pay per ticket. Simply spectacular. The show starts in the evening, making it a highly recommended activity in Bangkok at night. Siam Niramit is located close to Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station. The best way to get to Siam Niramit is, therefore, by taking the subway to Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station. After the show, you can easily walk to Ratchada Train Market, which is located close to Siam Niramit. Tickets can be bought via the Official website of Siam Niramit but are cheaper if you buy them on third-party services like GetYouGuide.com.
 

Must Sees in Bangkok Siam Niramit

The phenomenal performance of Siam Niramit


 

Where to stay in Bangkok?


The best place to stay when visiting Bangkok is somewhere close to a BTS (Skytrain) Station, preferably close to Asok BTS. As Asok BTS has a connection to the MRT (subway), you can move around Bangkok the fastest way possible. 

For many young first-time visitors, Khao San Road is a popular area thanks to its party-themed image. If you are staying close to Khao San Road, make sure to grab a bite at one of the restaurants listed in our article about 
the best local restaurants near Khao San Road. Although this area is extremely fun in the evening, the disadvantage is that you cannot easily use public transport and you’re handed over to tuk-tuk and taxi drivers. My advice is to get accommodation close to any BTS Station near Sukhumvit. More information can be found in our Bangkok Public Transport Guide.

 

1-Day Bangkok itinerary 


If you only have one day in Bangkok, I would advise the following itinerary:

 

Day 1:

 

1. Visit the Grand Palace.


The Grand Palace is the top attraction of Bangkok in my opinion. But due to popularity, the Grand Palace gets extremely crowded. Therefore you should be at the Grand Palace as soon as it opens, which is 08:30. Entrance fee is 500 THB. Make sure to dress appropriately. The best way to get here is by taking the MRT to Sanam Chai (Blue line). For a great local breakfast shop, check out On Lok Yun, which serves Western-breakfast in Thai style. On Lok Yun is located relatively close to the Grand Palace. 
 

Bangkok Itinerary Breakfast

Popular local breakfast options at On Lok Yun. The food is tasty and really cheap!


 

2. Visit Wat Pho


Wat Pho is located next to the Grand Palace, but it’s still a bit of a walk before getting to the entrance of Wat Pho. The entrance fee is 200 THB but Wat Pho does not have a strict dressing code. For example, at the Grand Palace, it’s mandatory to wear long pants, while men can enter Wat Pho with shorts. Make sure you have an extra short with you, as it gets hot in Bangkok (obviously). It’s also possible to get a Thai massage at Wat Pho, as there is a massage school inside the temple complex.  

 

3. Eat amazing local Thai food for lunch


Time for lunch! Check out our article about the best restaurants near the Grand Palace and Wat Pho or download our food app TopTravelFoods to find the best food during your stay. Also, one of Bangkok’s most popular local restaurants Jay Fai is located close to the Grand Palace. In front of the restaurant is a book where you can write down your name. The people who come the earliest will get a table the quickest. Or simply make a reservation by calling the restaurant. 
 

Bangkok Itinerary Jay Fai

Jay Fai is famous for its crab omelette and drunken seafood noodles


 

4. Visit Wat Arun 


In order to get to Wat Arun, you have to take the ferry at ThaThien Pier. For a few Thai Baht, you will arrive at the entrance of Wat Arun. There is no entrance fee at Wat Arun. 

 

5. Take a boat over the Chao Phraya River


Depending on where you stay, I would recommend taking the ferry over the river to the closest pier from your accommodation. There are several ferries available that take you to different piers. For most of us, the Sathon Pier is the destination to go. Here, you can take the BTS from Saphan Taksin BTS Station to Siam BTS Station. Also, Sathon Pier is the place to hire private boats and taking popular ferry routes. Once at your accommodation, it’s time to relax. Give yourself some time to cool down, refresh and have a drink. It’s always a good practice to have some extra time on your itinerary. 
 

Bangkok itinerary boat ride

It's also possible to hire a private boat that takes you through the canals of Bangkok.


 

6. Watch the sunset at a Skybar


Watch the sunset at either a Skybar or at the Mahanakorn Skywalk. As you’ve seen the older temples and older parts of Bangkok so far, it’s time for a different view. The itinerary is pretty busy so far, so it’s time to have a relaxing evening. You won’t stay here the whole evening, but adding another activity to your itinerary is too much. For the ultimate Skybar experience, Lebua is the place to go, although it's expensive and they maintain a strict dress code policy. Lebu is the sky bar where the Hangover 2 was shot. Alternatives are Moon Bar and Octave Rooftop Bar.
 

Bangkok Itinerary Lebua

The famous Skybar at Lebua



Summary of the 1-day Bangkok itinerary:


- Visit the Grand Palace as early as possible (08:30). Dress appropriately. 500 THB entrance fee.
- Visit Wat Pho, located next to the Grand Palace. 200 THB entrance fee.
- Have lunch at one of the local restaurants close to the Grand Palace and Wat Pho.
- Take the ferry to Wat Arun, right after lunch.
- After Wat Arun, take the boat to the Sathon Pier and head back to your hotel.
- In the evening, watch the sunset at a rooftop bar or the Mahanakhon Skywalk.

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1 day itinerary Banngkok




 

2-Day Bangkok itinerary


If you have two days and one night to spend in Bangkok, I would suggest the following two-day itinerary: 
 

Day 1:

 

1. Visit the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun 


Similar to the 1-day itinerary, I would recommend you visit the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun as early as possible. You’ll most likely be finished around three o’clock in the afternoon if you be at the Grand Palace at half-past eight in the morning. 

 

2. Take a boat ride over the Chao Phraya River.


In order to get back to the other side of the river, from Wat Arun, you have to take the ferry. Similar to the 1-day itinerary, I would recommend taking a ride to the pier that is the closest BTS Station to get back to your accommodation.

 

3. In the evening, choose between Ratchada Night Market, Chinatown, Muay Thai or Siam Niramit


The big difference on the first day between the 1-day itinerary and 2-day itinerary is what you are planning to do in the evening. These are the following options: If you are a party-type, then this is the night to shine, check out our article about Bangkok Nightlife for a complete guide on where to find the best places to have a crazy night. I suggest going to a rooftop bar the next day, as these options will take all evening. If you are planning to party at Khao San Road, make sure to visit at least one of the bars listed in our article about the best bars near Khao San Road.
 

Bangkok Itinerary Khao San Road

Khao San Road transforms in a wild pub street in the evening.



An alternative is exploring Chinatown in the evening. After six o’clock, Yaowarat Road completely changes into a Chinese district with neon lights and chaos everywhere. You can easily wander for hours, eating all sorts of delicious street food and have a drink at a Chinese teahouse. For the best food, check out our article about the best food at Chinatown Bangkok. Keep in mind that most shops are closed on Monday. Chinatown is located close to the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun, so if you don’t want to go back to your hotel or want to travel again, it’s recommended to visit Chinatown directly after visiting the temples.

More in the mood for a sports event? Head over to Ratchadamnern Stadium for a night of Muay Thai matches. Ratchadamnern Stadium is located close to Khao San Road, which makes it easy to combine the games with a late-night-drink.

The last great and only cultural option you have for your evening is to visit Siam Niramit for one of the most spectacular shows you will ever see. 


 

Day 2:

 

1. Visit Chatuchak if open, otherwise, go for Bang Krachao or a Bike Tour


Visit Bang Krachao, Bangkok’s Green Lung. Here you can rent a bike for only 100 THB or less and cycle through the streets of this small ‘island’. This is easily doable by your own and you don't need to hire a guide or book a tour. All information can be found in our complete guide to Bang Krachao. If you want to see more of the city by bike, there are bike tours available which are a great activity during the day. Recently, there are electric-step-tours available as well. In case your second day is on either Saturday or Sunday, I highly recommend you visit Chatuchak Weekend Market. For the best food, check out the article about the best food at Chatuchak
 

Bangkok Itinerary Bang Krachao Market

Bang Krachao Market is hugely popular among locals. The market is only open on the weekends. 
 

Bangkok Itinerary Bang Krachao Park

Riding through the green lung of Bangkok is one of the top things to do in Bang Krachao


 

2. Watch the sunset at a Skybar 


Depending on what time you have to leave, visiting a Skybar is a great choice to finish the day. Watch the sunset at either a Skybar or at the Mahanakorn Skywalk. After wandering through the markets, it’s time to relax. For the ultimate Skybar experience, Lebua is the place to go. This is the bar where the Hangover 2 was shot. Alternatives are Moon Bar and Octave Rooftop  Bar.


Summary of the 2-day Bangkok itinerary:

Day 1:

- Visit the Grand Palace as early as possible (08:30). Dress appropriately. 500 THB entrance fee.
- Visit Wat Pho, located next to the Grand Palace. 200 THB entrance fee.
- Have lunch at one of the local restaurants close to the Grand Palace and Wat Pho.
- Take the ferry to Wat Arun, right after lunch.
- After Wat Arun, take the boat to the Sathon Pier and head back to your hotel.
- In the evening, choose one of the amazing activities Bangkok has to offer: Ratchada Train Market, Chinatown, Muay Thai matches, Bangkok nightlife or Siam Niramit.


Day 2:

- If it's weekend, go to Chatuchak Market. If not, go for a bike tour or visit Bang Krachao on your own. 
- Finish your 2-day trip to Bangkok with a sunset view on either a Skybar or the Mahanakorn Skywalk.


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2 day itinerary Bangkok


 

3-Day Bangkok itinerary

 

Day 1:

 

1. Visit the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun 


Similar to the 2-day Bangkok itinerary. All details are described in the previous paragraphs.


 

2. Take a boat ride over the Chao Phraya River.


Similar to the 2-day Bangkok itinerary. All details are described in the previous paragraphs.


 

3. In the evening, choose between Ratchada Night Market, Chinatown, Muay Thai or Siam Niramit


Similar to the 2-day Bangkok itinerary. All details are described in the previous paragraphs.


 

Day 2:

 

1. Visit Chatuchak if open, otherwise, go for Bang Krachao or a Bike Tour


Similar to the 2-day Bangkok itinerary. Obviously, you can always swap days, especially when you can visit Chatuchak because of swapping days, as the Chatuchak is only open on the weekend.

 

2. Choose your evening activity


Similar to the first day of the 2-day Bangkok itinerary, you can choose between Ratchada Night Market, Chinatown, Muay Thai, Siam Niramit and even the Skybar. Personally, I would not go to another market when you have visited either Bang Krachao or Chatuchak during the day. But if you took a bike tour in during the day, a visit to Ratchada Night Market is perfectly fine.

 

Day 3:

 

1. Take a day trip to either Ayutthaya or the floating markets


Personally, I would not recommend you to see shopping malls which you can read on basically every blog. You’ve come to Bangkok and Thailand to experience things you won’t find in your home country. If you are planning to visit Ayutthaya already, you should visit the floating markets Amphawa and Damnoen Saduak. In my opinion, it's still a fun experience, although you have to be at these markets as early as possible to avoid all the crowds. In our article about the best floating markets in Bangkok, you will find all the details. But make sure that you arrive around six in the morning. To do so, you have to hire a private van or book a hotel close to the floating markets. You will be back in Bangkok around three o’clock in the afternoon. 
 

Bangkok Itinerary floating market

The oldest floating market in Thailand: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.


If you haven't planned to visit Ayutthaya yet, I would highly recommend visiting these ruins. Transport to Ayutthaya is much easier and you don’t have to wake up that early. All details can be found in our Day Trip to Ayutthaya article. Also, Ayutthaya is famous for its king river prawns and boat noodles, which can be found in our article about the best food in Ayutthaya. Depending on what time you leave in the morning and how many temples you want to visit in Ayutthaya, you’ll most likely be back in Bangkok at around six o’clock in the evening. An organized tour to explore the ruins of Ayutthaya is recommended. 
 

Bangkok Itinerary Ayutthaya

The ruins of Ayutthaya. The Historical Park is an amazing place to explore and highly recommended during your trip. 

 

Bangkok Itinerary Food

Don't miss out the food in Ayutthaya, especially the seafood! It starts making you hungry, doesn't it?


If you do want to visit a rooftop bar afterwards, you have to make sure you’ll be back in Bangkok at half-past three, meaning you have to leave early in the morning at around eight. An alternative is to visit Taling Chan Floating Market, which is an authentic, small floating market close to Bangkok. During your visit, you can take a boat tour through the canals and visit a 300-years old temple. All details can be found in our article about the Taling Chan Floating Market. Keep in mind that it’s a weekend market and only open on Saturday, Sunday and every public holiday.

 

2. Finish your day at the Skybar or at the Mahanakhon Skywalk


I always recommend people to visit a Skybar on the last day or after a full day of fun experiences. It’s the perfect way to enjoy an ice-cold drink and discussing all these fun experiences while the sun sets down with a magnificent view. If that’s a bit too boring for you, head towards the Mahanakhon Skywalk and stand on the glass floor, 310 meters above the ground. There is also a bar available at the top floor of the Mahanakhon, although it’s not the exact same as a rooftop bar like Octave, Moonbar or Lebua.


Summary of the 3-day Bangkok itinerary:

Day 1:

- Visit the Grand Palace as early as possible (08:30). Dress appropriately. 500 THB entrance fee.
- Visit Wat Pho, located next to the Grand Palace. 200 THB entrance fee.
- Have lunch at one of the local restaurants close to the Grand Palace and Wat Pho.
- Take the ferry to Wat Arun, right after lunch.
- After Wat Arun, take the boat to the Sathon Pier and head back to your hotel.
- In the evening, choose one of the amazing activities Bangkok has to offer: Ratchada Train Market, Chinatown, Muay Thai matches, Bangkok nightlife or Siam Niramit.


Day 2:

- If it's weekend, go to Chatuchak Market. If not, go for a bike tour or visit Bang Krachao on your own. 
- In the evening, choose one of the amazing activities Bangkok has to offer: Ratchada Train Market, Chinatown, Muay Thai matches, Bangkok nightlife or Siam Niramit.


Day 3:
- Choose between a day trip to Ayutthaya or one of the floating markets. Most floating markets are only open on the weekends.
- Finish your 3-day trip to Bangkok with a sunset view on either a Skybar or the Mahanakorn Skywalk. Being at a sky bar is preferable, however, if you don't make it on time, you will still enjoy the view of Bangkok at night. 

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3 day itinerary Banngkok


 

4 (or more) Days Bangkok itinerary


Once you stay four or more days in Bangkok, I would recommend the following activities during day time:

First of all, you can take into consideration that the itinerary so far is pretty packed (but certainly doable), so you can plan some of the activities on your fourth day. What I do recommend is add a more relaxing day in between with the following activities:


 

1. Get yourself a great massage


Even for Asian standards, Bangkok is well-known for offering quality spa treatments. Thai massage is one of the most popular forms in the world an a great way to relax during your trip. Throughout the city, you will find countless massage shops. Some of them are good, most of them aren't that great. If you want to have a great Thai massage, head over to Health Land or Asia Herb Association. These places are clean and provide excellent and affordable service.


 

2. Swim and chill at an infinity rooftop pool


Your hotel or hostel most likely won't have an infinity pool on their roof with a beautiful view of Bangkok's skyline. Don't worry, you can swim at some hotels pools for only 200 THB entrance. It's a perfect way to relax and enjoy a hot afternoon and sweating that hangover of yours out of your system. SO Sofitel is one of the hotels that accept outside guests. So Sofitel also hosts a crazy pool party every last Saturday of the month. 
 

Bangkok Itinerary swimming pool

SO Sofitel Pool Party. On other days, the pool is not this crowded of course.


 

3. Go surfing at Flow House


At Flow House, you can (learn how to) surf. This simulated surf centre is a guaranteed fun experience during the day. One hour costs you 800 THB and kids only pay 535 THB, which included help from the instructor. It's one of the cool and unique activities Bangkok has to offer.

Flow House is located in the city centre and opens every day from 10:00 - 23:00. Personally, I think activities like these are much more interesting than visit Lumphini Park or walk through a shopping mall. Parks and shopping malls can be found anywhere in the world. But if you disagree, visiting a park or shopping mall can be an activity too.

 

Bangkok Itinerary Surfing

Learn how to surf, or just simply have some fun at Flow House


 

4. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)


Normally, I am not the biggest fan of museums and especially not modern arts. But, I can assure you that the Museum of Contemporary Arts is something you will like. Everything inside this museum is from a private collection and belongs to Mr Boonchai Bencharongkul, owner of DTAC. The collection of traditional and modern Thai art is so incredibly impressive. Paintings as large as a wall with the tiniest details can be found at this beautiful museum. The museum is located a bit far from the city centre, but easily accessible when you take the BTS to Mo Chit. From here, you take a taxi for about ten minutes. As the museum is so remote, it's never busy and you can enjoy the art pieces in total peace. This might change a bit when the new BTS line will finish, as there will be a BTS Station build closeby. More information can be found on the Official website of MOCA.
 

Bangkok Itinerary Museum

One of the highlights of this impressive museum: the three paintings that represent Heaven, Earth and Hell. 


 

5. Visit the other train market at Srinakarin


In the previous itineraries, I've recommended the Train Market at Ratchada. This market is also popular because of its great location. There is another train market, which is quieter and has a different atmosphere located at Srinakarin. Since you have more time, you might consider taking a look at this place. The disadvantage of this market is that there is no public transport available (yet) and getting there can be a pain in the ass due to the traffic. The best thing to do is take the BTS to On Nut Station and from there, take a taxi to Srinakarin Train Market. More information can be found on our Train Market at Srinakarin article.

 

6. Why not visit Bangkok's notorious street Soi Cowboy?


Nightlife in Bangkok can be wild. So far, I tried to recommend the best experiences and getting the most of your valuable time. But if you have some time left, why not take a walk through Soi Cowboy? Soi Cowboy is a red-light district where you will find gogo-bars, drunk people and plenty of fun. The atmosphere is pretty laid-back and a walk through this street won't harm you. Alternatively, you can visit Nana Plaza, which is a three-story building with the same vision as Soi Cowboy. 
 

Bangkok itinerary soy cowboy

The notorious but actually fun-to-visit Soy Cowboy



There you have it, our Bangkok Itinerary Guide 2019. Hopefully, with this guide, you can plan an amazing trip to this fascinating city. If you want to explore the local cuisine, check out our food review app called TopTravelFoods. Instead of recommending the best restaurants in Thailand, we recommend the best food these restaurants have to offer. With TopTravelFoods, you never get stuck what to order again and you will find the best local foods during your trip. The app is completely free and available for both iOS and Android. 
 

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