Summary of the stay

  • 7 days
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  • All audiences
  • Culture / Heritage
  • Discovery
  • Adventure / Sports & Leisure
  • Relaxation / Well-being
  • Medium

Whatever the reason for your trip to Bangkok, whether you go there to admire the jade or golden Buddhas, lying or standing, experience street food or starred restaurants, watch a Muay Thai match, go shopping, you will find much more than you expected when you arrive!

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Itinerary of the stay
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Detail of the stay : A week in Bangkok - 7 days

Day 1: Temples, boxing and fiesta

Your day begins with a visit to the main temples: Wat Pho, Grand Palais and Wat Phra Kaew. Then take a boat-bus to get to the Wat Arun. Cross the Chao Phraya River again, ride in a tuk-tuk towards Chinatown for lunch. You can take the opportunity to make some purchases in the huge market, a real labyrinth dedicated to shopping. A short return to your hotel to refresh yourself. It's time to go to a Thai boxing match. Go to one of Sukhumvit's many restaurants for dinner. Finally, continue your evening with a cocktail on the terrace of a skyscraper overlooking the city. The Vertigo and Moon bar at the Banyan Tree on South Sathorn Road. The most enduring will go to one of the many discos in the area or why not to the night market of Patpong and its wild streets.

Day 2: Shopping and culinary discoveries

Direction the Chatuchak market. Don't forget to have a plan. You will find a multitude of stands on site offering culinary specialities of all kinds. Return to your accommodation to drop off all your purchases. Then go to Jim Thompson's house or the Royal Barge Museum. The evening ends in the busy streets of Khaosan Road.

Day 3: The floating market

Get up at dawn for a visit to Damnoen Saduak's Floating Market, the pioneer of floating markets. Return to your hotel. If you haven't done the Chatuchak, you can go to Asiatique Riverfront by free boat-bus, its nocturnal and more chic counterpart, installed in the old docks of the city, in Bang Kho Laem. Many shops, bars and restaurants, as well as some entertainment such as a Ferris wheel will entertain you pleasantly at the end of the evening.

Day 4: Amusement Park and Great Show

Fun and fun day at Thailand's largest amusement park, Dream World! The magic continues in the evening at Siam Niramit for a poetic and grandiose show! Huai Kwang district, near Thailand Cultural Center.

Day 5: Spa and bike ride

Morning to relax, massage in one of the city's many centres, Spa treatments, cooking workshop, idleness in the pool if your hotel has one une ; in short, a cool morning. In the afternoon, a bike ride with Co Van Kessel along the canals to discover wooden houses, temples, inhabitants, fauna and flora. Dinner at the Issaya Siamese Club, Silom Sathorn district, considered one of the best Thai restaurants in the city. A little trip to Soï Cowboy for the naughty ones.

Day 6: Shopping day

Direction Siam Square and its oversized shopping malls. According to your interest, shopping at MBK, Central World, Siam Center. Lunch break and relaxation in a park, Rama IX, Lumpini, or Queen Sirikit, created especially for the queen's 60th birthday. In the evening, go to the Calypso Ladyboy Show, to admire Marilyn Monroe among others..

Day 7: Museums and zoo

Return to the historic district for a visit to the National Museum and possibly the National Gallery. With a taxi, then join Wat Benchama Bophit and visit the Vimanmek Palace. Next to it is also the zoo for enthusiasts. Return to Sukhumvit for another evening in a different Soi before departure.

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