2) See The Best Places To Visit In Bangkok
It could take weeks to see all the places of interest in Bangkok.
There’s just so darn many.
But a stay in a comfortable Rambuttri village hotel makes it easy and enjoyable to visit them.
Here are just a few of the Bangkok attractions in the area.
The Grand Palace Bangkok
The dazzling Royal Grand Palace is easily Bangkok’s most famous landmark.
And no trip to the city would be complete without a visit to this Bangkok must-see.
The huge complex was once home to the King, his court, and the royal government.
Now it entrances visitors with its stunning architecture, detailed trimming and intricate carvings.
Considered to be the spiritual heart of the Thai people, it proudly displays some of the most beautiful temples in Bangkok.
The most impressive of which is Wat Phra Keow, a highlight of any trip to the Bangkok Royal Palace.
Inside it, you’ll find the incredible Emerald Buddha.
Despite its name, this highly revered Buddha image isn’t made from the precious jewel.
It was actually carved from a single block of jade
Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn stands majestically on the banks of the Chao Phraya River.
And it’s from the water that most people catch their first jaw-dropping glimpse of the Wat Arun Temple.
But the intricate patterns made by tiny pieces of porcelain aren’t visible from the river.
It’s not until you get up close that the details become apparent.
And it’s only then that you can see how amazing Wat Arun Bangkok is.
Just across the river from Wat Arun is Wat Pho or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. You’ll find it right next to Bangkok Palace.
This wonderful temple complex has over a thousand Buddha images. But, as its name suggests, its main attraction is the Reclining Buddha.
The impressive artefact measures 46 metres long and 15 metres high and is the largest Buddha in Thailand.
Just try and squeeze it all into one photo.
Only a short water taxi ride away is Bangkok Chinatown the biggest Chinatown in the world.
Life goes on here as it has done for hundreds of years. And the people still follow their own traditions and ceremonies.
It’s a maddening chaotic place with tiny lanes jammed with market stalls, street eats, restaurants and temples.
Dive into the maze of alleys. The sights, sounds and smells will batter your senses!