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- Silom
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- Silom / Surawong / Sathon
- Siam / Ratchadamri
- Sukhumvit / New Phetburi
- Ratchadaphisek
- Khao San Road and Banglamphu
- Rattanakosin Island
- Chinatown
- Pin Klao
- Rama III
- Bangna
- Ramkhamhaeng

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Palaces & Heritage Buildings in Bangkok
Grand Palace
The Grand Palace is the most popular tourist place in Bangkok. To be in Bangkok without visitting the palace is like you have not been in the city. Located in the old town or the Rattanakosin Island in the heart of Bangkok, the exquisite craftsmanship and grandeur of its architecture proclaim the true meaning of Bangkok as a "city of angels".
Vimanmek Mansion
(Now under renovation!)

A former summer palace of King Rama V that was moved from the resort island to be a royal residence in the Dusit Palace compound is the world’s largest golden teakwood building. After a renovation in 1982, the mansion has been opened to the public as the private museum of King Rama V which exhibits antiques, porcelain, photographs and other priceless memorabilia.

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Suan Pakkad Palace
Five traditional Thai style houses which once were the residence of one of Thailand’s leading art collectors, Prince Chumbhot of Nakhon Sawan, has been turned into a museum displaying an extensive collection of art and antiques, minerals and sea shells and items from prehistoric Ban Chiang civilization.

Bang Khunphrom Palace & The Bank of Thailand Museum
This fine architecture, originally a royal residence of Prince Baripatra has been turned to offices of several organisations and finally become the Bank of Thailand National Museum featuring the prince’s life, the history of the central bank and Thai and foreign currencies.
Heritage Buildings
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City Pillar Shrine
The shrine contains a wooden pillar erected by King Rama I in 1782 to represent the founding of the capital.The spirit of the pillar is considered the city's guardian deity to whom hundreds of Thai worshippers daily come to pay homage and offer prayers.
Jim Thompson's House
Mentioning of key stops in Bangkok, a visit to "the house that was the talk of the town" is recommended. This remarkable Thai-style house, whose American owner revived Thai silk industry and disappeared in the Malaysian jungle decades ago has been turned to a museum displaying his collections of Thai silk and Asian artefacts.
Khamthieng House
One of the finest 19th century northern style teakwood house serves as an ethnological museum exhibiting Lanna folk art and artifacts. It is located in the compound of the Siam Society which has a reference library that houses almost anything you would want to know about Thailand. The library is open to foreign visitors as well.

Quick Links to Bangkok Tours

Best Bangkok Sightseeing Tours
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Thai Boxing
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Popular Tours around Bangkok

South & West of Bangkok
Sampran Riverside
Samphran Crocodile & Elephant Show
Thai Human Imagery Museum
Floating Market (Damnoen Saduak)
Amphawa Floating Market
Rom Hub Market (Folding Umbrella Mraket)
Samut Songkhram Homestay
King Rama II Memorial Park

River Kwai Bridge (Death Railway)

East of Bangkok
Samutprakan Crocodile Farm & Zoo
The Erawan Museum
Ancient City or Muang Boran

North of Bangkok
Bang Pa-in Palace
Ancient Ruins of Ayutthaya
Chokchai Farm Boutique Camping
Dream World