The Democracy Monument is the focal point of Ratchadamnoen Klang, a grand European-style avenue. It was built to commemorate Thailand's historic transition from absolute to constitutional monarchy, as its name denotes. Read the article to find out more on this iconic location
It will come as no surprise to anyone who has visited Bangkok that the Thai city has been used as a filming setting on multiple occasions. With its mix of modern skyscrapers and well-preserved buildings, it's no surprise that Hollywood is drawn to Thailand. Check out our list of best movies shot in Bangkok!
Bangkok is a huge bustling cosmopolitan city, but did you know that the Thai capital also has an astounding number of parks and green spaces? Bangkok’s green tranquil sanctuaries offer locals and visitors places to exercise, relax and unwind. Check out our guide to Bangkok’s most beautiful parks and green spaces for you to explore.
The Old City in Bangkok or Rattanakosin is home to a glittering array of temples, palaces and ancient architecture, representing the cultural and historical centre of the city. For anyone interested in the history and origins of this bustling city, a visit to the wide, tree-lined avenues of the Old City is a must.
Thai fashion has become a global phenomenon. Celebrities as diverse as Michelle Obama and Katy Perry have advocated for Bangkok's designers in recent years. Check out in our latest article the names of the most promising Thai Fashion Brands!
Khlong Saen Saeb is one of the last remaining canals in Bangkok where you can hop on inexpensive boat trips for less than a dollar per trip. Find out itineraries around Khlong Saen Saeb
Have you ever felt in love for Thai flowers? If so a place that should be in your must-see list is Bangkok Flower Market (Pak Khlong Talat in Thai) which is Thailand’s largest wholesale flower market. For more information check this article out!
Museums in Bangkok are a good way to learn about Bangkok’s fascinating cultural heritage without having to get bored. If you want to learn more make sure to check this article!
Thailand’s national emblem, the tuk tuk is at the heart of the authentic Thai lifestyle for most visitors and Thais alike. If you want to know more about this legendary vehicle check this article out!
Besides eating rice, noodles are our another popular food when it comes to satisfying your taste buds. In this Thai noodles guide we have listed all the different kinds of noodles you are likely to encounter during your trip to Bangkok. Check it out!
Take a look at Thai culture according to a scholar named Geert Hofstede who established the Hofstede's cultural dimensions. His framework demonstrates the influence of culture on its members' behavior.
If you are wondering which are the best mobile apps while staying in Bangkok, give a look at our article! These are the 9 most useful smartphones app to use while in Bangkok, we hope will find this article useful!