What to do in Bangkok

Journey down the Chao Phraya River on a dinner cruise

East meets west as you float past glistening temples, towering skyscrapers, and the twinkling lights of hundreds of wooden riverside houses. A cruise down the magnificent Chao Phraya at night is an otherworldly experience sure to delight adventurers. What’s more, dinner cruises offer an immersive cultural experience with traditional Thai dancing and authentic local cuisine

Gape at exotic snakes

Farm. And there’s more to come. From a rainbow snake to a bright green tree snake, radiated rat snake and more, you’ll see an impressive array of snakes close up in this educational and thrilling show. Located near Silom BTS.

Ride the Chao Phraya River to Koh Kret

Most Bangkok visitors will quickly discover the river taxis of the mighty Chao Phraya river. If you take an express river taxi from Saphan Taksin pier all the way to the last stop at Nonthaburi Pier, you can ride a small boat over to Koh Kret island. This lush island, not heavily trafficked by foreign tourists, is a relaxing place for fresh air. Best of all, if you ride the river taxi back at night, you’ll get an eyeful as you’re wowed by the shimmering lights of majestic temples and the glowing cityscape.

Do street food tour at Yaowarat (Chinatown)

Bangkok is one of the world’s best cities for food. According to Lonely Planet’s survey, Bangkok tops the world as the best city to visit if you’re a food lover. There’s no denying that Bangkok’s famous Chinatown offers some of the most respected street food dining options in all of Bangkok. Don’t be afraid to explore down a dark side alley or follow the instinct of your nose when you smell something delicious, because Yaowarat is packed with delectable eats and full of food gem surprises.

Here are some recommended street food at Yaowarat
Toast Bread
Patonggo (Dough Sticks)
Ba Mee (Mung Korn Khao Noodle)
Grilled Squid
Pad Thai
Kway Chap Auan Pochana