For those new to the Thai capital and not yet with a full agenda, here are our own must-do recommendations ‘Top 10 Things to Do in Bangkok 2021 updated’.
Pongyo shop is located in the Sansiri Backyard T77 Community project, which is a green area in the heart of the city that is open to the public for people to visit and relax. Pongyo Tree Shop Open daily as usual 09.00-19.00 with strictly preventive measures against COVID-19. You can walk and shop for plants comfortably in this nice atmosphere. There are also other activities here. For families with children as well
Anyone who is not afraid of heights must hit it! King Power Mahanakhon launches a new landmark “Mahanakhon Skywalk”, the highest observation deck in Thailand. See the beauty over Bangkok in a 360-degree panoramic view in full, vividly before comforting by shopping to the max at Duty-Free.
Urban forests, green spaces, modern parks. In the evening, the atmosphere is bustling with people coming for jogging. Sit on a mat and relax. do activities together It is a park with the highest usable space and is beautiful too.
It is a chic, cool atmosphere that attracts city people. Especially the new generation coming into experience, check-in, take cool photos, and share graffiti on social media. There are young people dressed in cosplay for a walk. At the same time, the art on the walls communicates the way of life of the people of this culturally diverse neighborhood It is also a historical trading district.
It is the first learning museum to focus on creating a fresh experience in museum viewing which was established as a model of A delightful learning resource and help raise standards for learning management in a new way.
“Talad Noi”, an old neighborhood in Bangkok Occurred from the expansion of Sampeng’s trade in the early Rattanakosin. Talad Noi has built a bicycle path as an option to explore the way of life of people in the Talad Noi community.
From the entrance, it feels like an indie movie Stand Alone. Combining the classic aura of vintage cinema. FICS drinks are quite interesting to many people. by creating menus from famous movies. Movie lovers must like it!
Flower Market Pak Klong is a distribution center. The interior is also filled with a large number of flowers that are fully available. Along with a full range of accessories shops, there is also an air-conditioned zone to support flower shops from the north and foreign flowers.
A French-style dessert shop that opens a pop-up serving aromatic croissants located in house number 1 in Charoenkrung. Those who like to walk around the Charoenkrung area must have seen this old neo-classical style house with the number 1 attached to the front. This house is another important historical area of Thailand. Because it used to be a French distillery during the reign of King Rama V, during which our country had contacts with foreign countries until it flourished.
Pan Road is a small alley. that connects Silom Road and Sathorn Road Pan Road is not only Wat Khaek. But this road also has a gallery. Shops, restaurants, bars, and cafés are worth a visit on a busy weekend. On the side of Sathorn Road will see the gray wall of the Burmese embassy is unique.