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This is an area of Central Thailand that 5,100,000 people live in.
There are just a handful of destinations in the world that are truly international, and Bangkok is one of them because of attractions like Grand Palace and the Wat Pho. It is also known around the world for the Wat Arun and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Take the kids to blow off some steam at Dream World and Siam Park City. Want more? Dinosaur Planet and the Children’s Discovery Museum will ensure that the good times keep rolling.
An afternoon investigating the underwater worlds of Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World is a reminder of just how extraordinary our oceans and waterways are.
You can take heaps of photos of the mild-mannered mammals at the Dusit Zoo and the Safari World. Combined with the Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo, the family are guaranteed to have an unforgettable zoological adventure.
Botanical displays impressive trees and sinuous garden beds await enthusiastic gardeners at the Suan Luang Rama IX Park and the Queen Sirikit Park.
When the weather is fine, pack some lunch and find a quiet corner at one of the scenic green spaces, such as Lumpini Park and the Muang Boran. There's also plenty of space for a game or two on the grass at Benjakitti Park and Saranrom Park.
Lakes offer plenty of activities for visitors of all ages. From skimming stones to bird-watching, there's always some good times to be had. If you feel like spending some time by the water, check out the activities at Khlong Saen Saep, Chao Phraya River or Klongs.
Nothing equals spending a day out among nature to help recharge your batteries. When you feel like escaping the hustle and bustle, make your way over to Koh Pannyi.
The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of intriguing facts and stories. Jim Thompson House and Vimanmek Palace offer a range of collections that are bound to keep you captivated. The National Museum Bangkok and the Suan Pakkard Palace are also worth a visit.
A haven for art connoisseurs, this area boasts an impressive range of gallery spaces in which amateur and professional artists regularly exhibit their work. Start your tour of this creative enclave at the National Gallery Bangkok and the Numthong Gallery. The Teo+Namfah Gallery and the Tadu Contemporary Art are also worth a browse if you can fit them in.
There's always something new to learn about the world's history at the Royal Barge National Museum. In addition to that, it might be fun to check out the displays at the Ban Kamthieng Museum and the Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center.
Wander back through this region's past with a trip to the Thammasat University and the Wat Benchamabophit, just two of the preserved historic sites here. When it comes to days of old, the stories are countless. The Mahidol University and Soi Ma Toom are also great places to check out.
Phra Phuttha Yodfa Bridge is a grand structure that has provided an important crossing for residents from both sides of the water.
Discover the area's military history by getting out and exploring Phra Sumen Fort and Santichaiprakan Park.
Some of the area's most famed families have called Chitralada Palace and Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall "home." Be sure to take a few photos as you admire their striking architecture and gorgeous interiors. Phyathai Palace and Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall are two more magnificent homes that have their fair share of history hidden in the walls.
The spiritual side of the area is on display at the Wat Saket and the Wat Suthat. You could also check for guided tours around the Wat Ratchanadda and the Sri Mariamman Temple.
This region's most famed sights sometimes overshadow its lesser-known, but equally fascinating attractions. Bangkok City Hall and the Neilson Hays Library could be up your alley. Also, think about seeing Rama VIII Bridge and Ministry of Commerce if you have the time.
To thoroughly enjoy your time in the capital, think about booking a room at any of the 1355 Bangkok lodgings on Expedia's user-friendly lodging guide.
Two upmarket places in Bangkok are the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, which can be found at 48 Oriental Avenue, and The Siam, situated at 3/2 Thanon Khao. Alternatively, The Dream Town Pratunam Hotel, at 33 Soi Petchburi 11, Petchburi Road, and the Lub d Bangkok - Silom - Hostel, at 4 Decho Road Suriyawong Bangrak, are some offerings worth checking out if you're traveling on a budget.
If you are here on a stopover and only have limited time for the highlights, it might suit better to stay at the Chakrabongse Villas or the sala rattanakosin, which are both conveniently situated nearby Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Vacations are about doing things you love as well as things you've never tried before. Ready to embark on some exciting new experiences?
The good news is that Bangkok has loads of things to do. Here are some of our favorites:
For a full range of ideas, take a look at our Bangkok things to do page.