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Free Things To Do In Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the biggest and most thriving cities in Asia and is a cultural hub full of incredible food, people and temples.

There’s so much to see and do in the city of Bangkok and it can often be a little overwhelming to know what to do if you’ve only got a short amount of time there and particularly if you’re on a budget.

Thankfully, we’ve collated a list of the 10 best free attractions in Bangkok, as well as the best paid activities in Bangkok to help you plan your trip much better!

Free Attractions in Bangkok

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Lumphini Park

Lumphini Park is one of the largest and greatest vast open expanses in the city centre of Bangkok and is a beautiful green oasis that allows you to escape the bustling streets for an hour or two.

The park contains plenty of trees, flowers and grassy areas where you can enjoy a mid-afternoon nap or tuck into a yummy picnic as you watch cyclists and runners pass by you.

Lumphini Park is also home to numerous playgrounds so...

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World Tickets

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  • This is a tour designed to spice 3 hours of your stay in Bangkok with interactive sea - life experience.
  • This ticket lands you into the home of more than 3,000 species of sea creatures that makes the Bangkok Ocean World their home.
  • It is a walk through the seven zones that hold the biggest aquarium in Thailand making it a
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Chatuchak Weekend Market

While it’s named the Chatuchak Weekend Market, it’s actually open every day apart from Monday and Tuesday so if you time your visit to Bangkok right, you’ll definitely be able to visit it on at least one day.

The Chatuchak Market is home to more than 15,000 stalls and 11,500 vendors. You’ll find everything from delicious Thai cuisines, to quintessentially Thai souvenirs and trinkets and everything in...

Discover UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Ayutthaya to Khao Yai National Park

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  • This is a visit to two of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Bangkok where you'll see natural wonders at the Khao Yai National Park and also the beautiful ancient city of Ayutthaya.
  • It is also the discovery of reinstated chedis that are in distinguishing rows as well as four different temples in the City of Ayutthaya.
  • A day
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Bang Krachao

Often nicknamed “Bangkok’s Green Lung”, Bang Krachao is a vast open space set upon more than 100 acres and resides just opposite the Chao Phraya River and is one of the best free attractions in Bangkok due to its impressive size and green expanse of land.

Most people don’t expect to find much greenery or nature in Bangkok but thankfully Bang Krachao provides the goods and offers beautiful orchards, lakes,...

Skip the Line: Baiyoke Sky Hotel Observation Deck Ticket with Lunch or Dinner

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  • An exclusive excursion that takes you into one of the best sightseeing point in the whole city of Bangkok - the deck of Baiyoke Sky Hotel.
  • This is the visit to the Sky Hotel located at the 77th and 84th floor of the tallest building in Bangkok making it a perfect viewpoint to see Bangkok as a whole.
  • It is also a food included
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Bangkok Art & Culture Centre

More commonly referred to as BACC, the Bangkok Art & Culture Center is the perfect place in the city to visit if you want to soak up as much culture and art as possible during your trip to Thailand.

At the BACC, you’ll find a plethora of remarkable exhibits and collections of film, paintings, photography and sculptures and it’s a place where artists from near and far can showcase their work.

The Bangkok Art &...

Siam Park City Bangkok Ticket

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  • It is a tour out of the hustling and bustling of the city into the World's Largest Wave Pool.
  • A day tour into thrill rides, water slides, fun - filled activities and amusements located in this park beside the Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport.
  • It is also an included admission ticket into the Si-Am marine Restaurant inside the
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Khao San Road

If you’re travelling to Bangkok as a backpacker on a budget, then there’s really no better place in the city than Khao San Road.

This road in the middle of Bangkok is a haven for travellers on a budget looking for cheap booze and delicious and affordable Thai food.

However, if you’re not really into the party scene, or you really want to spend as little money as possible, then Khao San Road is also the perfect...

MIRINN Theatre Cabaret Show Bangkok Admission Ticket

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  • Enjoy the perfect combination of Cabaret and Thai Martial Arts Show. Mirinn Show is the newest truly transvestite cabaret show in the prime area in Bangkok. The cabaret offers various cultural music and dance. Witness a show featuring great music, graceful dance and elaborately dressed. Our show will make you smile, surprised and excited all the...read more

China Town

If you’ve travelled anywhere else in Asia, you’ll know that most major cities have their own version of Chinatown which offers visitors a glimpse into Chinese cultures and cuisines.

Bangkok’s offering of Chinatown is the perfect place to visit if you want to get a taste of China and try out some truly delicious Asian food.

You’ll also find maze-like alleyways where you’ll likely discover unique...

Fullday Private Unseen Thailand One Day Tour from Bangkok

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  • While you are in Bangkok & if you are looking for something UNSEEN Thailand ! This is worth experiencing an unspoiled type of Thailand in nearby province of Bangkok “Suphanburi”, Take a drive of 102 KM into area of historical novel of Thailand, dating to 3,800 Years ago, There are settlement of Bronze Age and Stone Age.

    Just an hour...read more

Ko Kret Island

Situated in the middle of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Ko Kret Island is an unusual, yet still remarkable free thing to do in Bangkok.

While you will have to make your own way on to the island, once you’re there, you can enjoy a fun-filled day of completely free activities.

There are numerous markets to walk around, various paths to take that will take you along calm and quiet routes, as well as several Burmese Mon...

Bangkok King Power MahaNakhon SkyWalk Admission Ticket

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  • Enter the world of the future at the King Power MahaNakhon building in Bangkok.

    Climb Thailand’s tallest building and stand 314 meters from the ground. Marvel at sprawling views of the city. Spot the tall red columns of the Giant Swing or the golden pagodas of the Wat Phra Kaew.

    Head up to the 74th floor indoor observation deck...read more

Pak Khlong Talad

Pak Khlong Talad is a stunning flower market in the city of Bangkok that sells a plethora of fruit, vegetables and of course, flowers.

It’s one of the most widely recognised flower markets in the city and is a place that’s frequented by both locals and tourists on a daily basis.

You certainly don’t have to visit Pak Khlong Talad with the intention of purchasing anything; simply just immersing yourself in the...

Bangkok Sky Dining Buffet at Baiyoke Sky 76th & 78th Floor Admission Ticket

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  • Bangkok Sky Restaurant provides an extensive seafood buffet along with a gorgeous view of the city from the giant Baiyoke Sky Hotel. Travelers, sink your teeth into a variety of quality international foods including: seafood, Thai dishes, sushi salads, pizza, pasta, cheeses and desserts. After your meal take the elevator to the panoramic...read more

Erawan Shrine

Erawan Shrine is situated right next to the BTS Skytrain station so it’s in an incredibly central and convenient location while making your way around the city.

There are dozens, if not hundreds of small temples and shrines located all over Bangkok city, but the Erawan Shrine is arguably the most famous and most popular amongst locals and tourists.

The shrine is a beautiful statue of the Hindu god Brahma and is a place...

Madame Tussauds at Bangkok Admission Ticket

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  • Pose for photos and hang out with international celebrities at Bangkok’s Madame Tussauds Museum! Learn all there is to know about the famous wax museum and discover how the lifelike sculptures are created. Discover a stunning collection of wax figures from local showmen and notable politicians to world-class athletes and award-winning...read more

Museum of Counterfeit Goods

If you’re looking for a slightly alternative and unique free attraction in Bangkok, then look no further than the Museum of Counterfeit Goods.

The museum is one of the most unusual places in the city but it’s well worth a visit if you’ve got a few hours to spare while in Bangkok.

Here you’ll find an extensive collection of counterfeited goods that have been seized in raids across the city. The museum aims...

Siam Park City Amusement Park at Bangkok Admission Ticket

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  • Established in 1980, Siam Park City has been a popular amusement park in Thailand for locals and tourists alike for many years. Spanning an area close to 120 acres, you are in for an entire day of fun at Thailand's largest theme park and the Guinness World Record holder of the largest wave pool in the world. Whether you are a fan of water slides...read more
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