Before starting, we remind you that the first visits to consider are:
Opening hours: Daily, 24 hours.
A small temple that awakens an enormous devotion, the offerings provide a vivid scene always boisterous.
The place where the temple stands is an excellent example of typical eclecticism, where everything has a place and everything mingles – tradition, market, wealth, technology and religion.
Jim Thompson House Museum
Opening Hours: Daily from 09h00 to 18h00. The last Guided Tour at 18h00.
Jim Thompson was an architect who travelled to Thailand just after the end of World War II. He decided to settle in Bangkok.
Attractive visit for those who are interested in knowing traditional Thai architecture and ethnography, through his valuable collection that recreates the Thai cultural universe.
Click on the post about Jim Thompson Museum.
Venom extraction. Monday to Friday 11h00 (except holidays).
Snake Handling and taking photos. Monday to Friday 14h30 (except holidays).
Weekends and special Holidays. Snake Handling at 11h00.
Opening hours: Daily from 04h30 to 21h00.
This park in the centre of Bangkok is splendid, very popular for outdoor sports like cycling, running, aerobics, ballroom dancing, etc. At dusk, the atmosphere is especially pleasant.
Siriraj Medical Museum
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, from 09h00 to 16h00.
This museum of science offers a unique tour that looks at the different causes of death and ways of dying and gives us an idea about the risks that living entails.
Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 10h00 to 19h00 (entrance to the last session permitted at 18h00). Three routes, from 1 hour to 4 hours.
Recommended for those travellers interested in diving in the history and culture of Bangkok and the current Chakri dynasty. A sweet and patriotic vision, Bangkok from the eyes of its inhabitants.
Interactive, rich in visual and sound resources. Visit available in English with a headset device.
Link to the Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall.
The Golden Mountain & the Wat Saket
Opening hours: 08h00 – 16h00.
Temple located on a hill that offers an excellent view of the city. Dating back to the Ayutthaya Period, it has become one of the most precious symbols of the city. The best time to visit is early in the morning or an hour before closing.
Further information, here the post about Golden Mountain and Wat Saket.