We are continuing our countdown of the top 10 thailand tours and attractions in Bangkok, Thailand. If you missed the first part of our countdown you can find it here. Also worth mentioning is that there are many Thailand tours that visit these sites, but they are also accessible by the general public, so if you are feeling adventurous, you can visit them on your own without taking a tour. Each one of the articles listed has further details on the attraction as well as how to get there by using public transportation such as the BTS Bangkok(Skytrain) or one of the express boats such as the Chao Phraya River Express or the Khlong Saen Saep Express.
Here is the continuation of our top 10 list of attractions and tours in Bangkok, Thailand
Floating markets are found throughout Southeast Asia and Thailand is definitely not an exception to this. A trip to one, or a few of the floating markets around Bangkok is one of the most popular Thailand tours offered to tourists.
Wat Pho is famous for housing the huge reclining Buddha that is approximately 15 meters high and 43 meters long. This is the famous Buddha that has been seen in many movies worldwide and even many video games as well.
3) Bangkok Rooftop Bars – Sky Bar @ Sirocco Bangkok / Moon Bar @ Vertigo Bangkok
Bangkok is becoming famous for having some of the best rooftop bars in the world. We could make a list of top 10 (or top 20) must see sights based on rooftop bars alone. Since we had to narrow it down a bit, Sky Bar an Moon Bar would be our top selections.
Wat Arun looks great during the daytime, but looks absolutely beautiful at night from across the Chao Phraya River. This may be one of the most famous temples in Thailand based on the number of pictures and posters that you often see advertising Thailand tours.
This is arguably the most important site/attraction that you must see if you visit Bangkok. Not only was it the home for Thailand’s kings for over 150 years, it is also the location of the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand, Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha).
In case you missed 6-10 on our top 10 countdown, you can find them here.
Here are some Thailand tours to some of the sites and attractions on our list.