The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings situated in the heart of Bangkok. Built in 1782, the palace was used as the King's Residence from King Rama I to King Rama V. Nowadays, it becomes one of the most famous destinations that visitors should not skip when visiting Bangkok. This magnificent architectural complex consists of 4 main areas: the Outer Court, the Middle Court, Inner Court and the temple of Emerald Buddha (or Wat Phra Kaew in the Thai language). The largest tower in Grand palace is called Phra Sri Rattana, which was covered by millions of gold leafs from Italy. This bell-shaped tower was used to mourn the dead Kings. The most prominent architect of the compound is Wat Phra Kaew, which was built when King Rama I moved the capital to Bangkok in 1785. This temple is famous for not only the beauty of Buddhism design but also for sacred jade Buddha statue. Currently, the Palace is no longer the residence of Royal Family, but it includes several royal offices operating inside. Remember to dress properly when traveling here. The entrance fee is about 500 baht ($13)
Khao San is a short road located near Ratchadamnoen, an avenue closing famous temples and historic palaces of Bangkok. This active street also called "the center of the backpacking universe". When the sun goes down, Khao San road lights up with pubs, clubs, restaurants, cafes, and live music everywhere. It is the favorite place for both domestic and international tourists to drink cocktails, explore street food and enjoy Thai atmosphere. You also can buy souvenirs or try the foot massage. Khao San is fairly easy to get to from anywhere in Bangkok, tourists have many options to choose such as boat, bus, taxi or tuk-tuk. As a comfortable space to relax, Khao San road is really a destination that you should not miss when coming to Thailand.
Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, situated on the West Bank of the Chao Phraya River. It was named after Aruna, the Indian God of Dawn, therefore, this temple is also known as the Temple of Dawn. Despite the name, the most spectacular view is the sunset, which can be seen from the other side of the river when the temple reflex yellow lights of the sun. With the architectural beauty and craftsmanship, it is not surprising when Wat Arun is regarded one of the most charming temples in Thailand. The spire with the height over 70 meters which are decorated with millions of small colorful pieces of Chinese glass and porcelain. When you climb to the central tower, you will get a chance to contemplate the winding Chao Phraya River, Grand Palace and Wat Pho on the opposite side.
Damnoen Saduak is the most famous and ancient Floating market in Thailand. It is located in Ratchaburi province, 150 km southwest from Bangkok. The market starts very early, around 6 AM. In this market, all the goods from souvenirs, clothes, handicrafts to tasty food are sold right on the boats of vendors. This floating market is a tourist attraction and a suitable place for tourists to buy souvenirs and explore the beauty of Thai life in the river