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Snake Farm

Probably the most famous snake farm in Bangkok also known as Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute. King Rama VI was presided over to open Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute on December 7, 1922, which was aimed to become an official institute to conduct researches and develop treatments against rabies (hydrophobia) and venom, which included a production of antivenom to treat venomous bites and stings.

A visit to the institute offers you a chance to explore the intensive exhibition about various kinds of snakes as well as to watch snake-handling and venom-milking live demonstrations, both of which require special techniques from experts. The snake-handling demonstration takes place daily (2:30pm on weekdays, 11am on weekends) but the venom-extraction demonstration takes place only on weekdays, at 11am.

Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 3.30 p.m., Saturday- Sunday and Public Holidays, 9:30 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.

Bangkok, Thailand

Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

This vintage, art-deco building turned exhibition hall narrates the history ofThailandduring the Rattanakosin Era (circa 1782 onwards) through a variety of interactive exhibitions in seven chambers. Visitors will enjoy observing theGrandPalacevia 4D multimedia spectacles as well as an animation depicting the legend of the sacred Emerald Buddha. On the fourth floor there is an observation room you will enjoy an elevated view of a historicRatchadamnoen Klang Road, where most of political movements took place, Loha Prasat, the world’s only metal castle, and the revered Golden Mount.

Opening hours: Tuesday - Friday, 5am - 8pm. Saturday - Sunday, 4am - 8pm

Bangkok, Thailand

Playhouse Cabaret

Beautiful dancers, extravagant costumes, perfect choreographs and entertaining tunes, from ballet and tap to hip-hop and contemporary; you have everything all in one place at the Playhouse Cabaret.

Inside the theater you will be surrounded by fine artwork and have access to panoramic stage views. Staff will ensure you are comfortable with service, dining and a free drink of your choice. Treat yourself to a night out at one of the best attractions in Bangkok.

Showtime: Daily, 8.00 pm -11.00 pm

Bangkok, Thailand

Pai Spa

Housed in the 140-year-old traditional Thai teak house, the award-winning Pai Spa offers a wide selection of massage and spa treatments with highlights such as the Absolute Wellness Program that aims to rejuvenate your entire body and Baby Foot Therapy for your little angels. It also offers a training course of aspiring therapists.

Bangkok, Thailand

China Town

Bangkok’s Chinatown, Thailand’s largest Chinese community, is commonly known among Thais as Yaowarat, according to the name of the road where it is located. The Chinese community dominated trades between Siam (ancient Thailand) and China since the reign of King Rama I, centered around Ratchawong Pier, while the construction of Yaowarat Road hadn’t begun until 1891 during the reign of King Rama V.  Today, Yaowarat is widely known as the kingdom’s largest center of gold trade and a great foodie destination.

Yaowarat has two faces: If you visit Yaowarat during the day, what you see along both sides of this one and a half kilometer road are shops selling gold, Chinese herbs, fruits and Chinese restaurants serving authentic cuisine. But if you visit Yaowarat after sunset, the road turns into a street food heaven where a number of food trucks prepare you marvelous food, from Chinese fried noodles to iced Chinese dessert, you hardly find elsewhere.

Bangkok, Thailand

Khao San Road

The best known Bangkok’s district among young and budget travelers,Khao San Road is a short street located a kilometer north of the Grand Palace. Described by Alex Garland in his best selling book The Beach as “the centre of the backpacking universe,” Khao San Road certainly has everything a single backpacker would need: a wide range of budget accommodations, an array of restaurants and bars offering international foods and drinks, an army of food trucks offering Pad Thai (and other Thai street dishes), money exchange counters, tour operators preparing packages to elsewhere in Thailand and neighboring countries. Before turning into a travelers’ hub, Khao San was one of Bangkok’s main rice (khao san in Thai) trading port, and that’s where its name came from.

During the annual Songkran (Thai New Year, every April 13-15) Festival, the street of Khao San turns into one of Thailand’s main celebrating spots you can expect extravagant parades, entertainment showcases and big water splashing event.

Bangkok, Thailand

Wat Pho

Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimonmangkalaram or Wat Pho, as it's commonly known, was built in the 16th century and regarded as the royal temple of the reign of King Rama I, is famous for two things: (1) the 46-meter-long Reclining Buddha built in 1832 featuring the feet beautifully inlaid with mother-of-pearls and (2) the Thai massage.

After wandering around wall paintings, you can stop by at the massage pavilion to try traditional Thai massage using ancient techniques to release muscle tensions. A selection of Thai massage courses are also available for those who are interested.

Opening hours: Daily 8.30 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.

Bangkok, Thailand

King Rama Ix Park

The largest public park in eastern Bangkok, King Rama IX Park was opened in 1987 to celebrate the auspicious occasion of HM King Bhumibol (Rama IX) 60th birthday. Covering the area of some 200 acres, the park also featuresThailand's first comprehensive botanical garden with six different zonesBangkokresidents love to come relax, work out and have leisure time with their family members.

Opening hours: Daily, 5am to 5pm

Bangkok, Thailand

Flow House Bangkok

Flow House is serving you with a surfing experience right in the middle of Sukhumvit district. Thanks to the special FlowRider® machine that creates a thin sheet of water flowing downhill, giving a similar feel to riding a real wave. This wave-like running water innovation is totally safe for people of all ages and sexes, from amateurs to professional surfers. Selections of lessons are available for any of your preferences, and packages cover board hire, use of showers and towels. Be warned, once you’ve tried it, it’s the beginning of an addiction!

Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday 8am - 11pm; Friday - Saturday 8am - midnight.

Bangkok, Thailand

Funarium

Funarium is Bangkok’s largest indoor soft-play area all kids can’t miss to love. Covering the space of 2,000 square meters, this international-standard air-conditioned playground offers a wide range of activities like painting, crafts making, bike riding, roller blading and cooking as well as two giant play areas where your kids (up to 13 years old) will be having so much fun while you, parents, are chatting over cups of coffee.

Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 9am - 7pm, Friday - Sunday & Public Holidays 8:30am - 8:30pm.

Bangkok, Thailand
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