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Top 10 Thailand Tours – Bangkok

Bangkok Lights

Bangkok Lights


Thailand has an endless amount of sites and attractions to explore. Unfortunately, most people can only spend a limited time here while on vacation or traveling. So how to do you prioritize where you should go and what you should see? There are plenty of travel companies offering Thailand tours, but how do you know which one you should sign up for? We made it simple for you. We made a list of our top 10 must see sites and attractions in Bangkok, Thailand and listed them below. Obviously this is not an all inclusive list and just because something is left off this list doesn’t mean it’s not worth visiting, but if you have limited time in Thailand, you should definitely consider using this as your list of “Must See” sites in Thailand.

Here is our top 10 list of attractions and tours in Bangkok, Thailand:

Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon

10) Shopping Malls – Central World, Siam Paragon, MBK Bangkok

Yes, there are plenty of shopping malls all over the world, but Bangkok offers some of the largest shopping malls in the world. These are three of the biggest and most popular shopping Malls in Bangkok. Thailand tours usually don’t include these larger malls on there itinerary, but they are easy to get to on their own.

Bangkok Thannon Khaosan

Bangkok Thannon Khaosan

9) Khao San Road Bangkok

This is backpacker central in Thailand. While it is known for catering to more budget travelers, Khao San Road offers just about anything and everything any traveler needs. You can even sign up for Thailand tours at Khao San Road as well.

Bangkok JJ Market

Bangkok JJ Market

8) Chatuchak Weekend Market (JJ Market)

There are plenty of shopping opportunities in Bangkok, but this is largest outdoor market in Thailand. Please take note that just as the name suggests, most of the stalls are only open on the weekends.

Bangkok Jim Thompson House Inside

Bangkok Jim Thompson House Inside

7) Jim Thompson House

Jim Thompson is often referred to as the “father of Thai Silk” and is often credited with single-handedly saving the country’s silk industry. His popularity culminated with his mysterious disappearance in 1967. While there are some Thailand tours that visit the Jim Thompson House, it is accessible to the general public as well.

Bangkok Nana Entertainment Plaza

Bangkok Nana Entertainment Plaza

6) Red Light Districts – Patpong, Soi Cowboy, Nana Plaza

Thailand is famous for its Red Light Districts. Even if you are not interested in indulging in any of the services offered, the world famous go-go bars and other attractions earn it a place on our list due to the fact that there may be no other place in the world quite like it.

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Here are some Thailand tours to some of the sites and attractions on our list.