Bangkok has so much to discover, with it bringing in people from all corners of the planet, what better way to explore it other than a night tour in a tuk-tuk. Want to know more?
1) Klongsan Market
The Klongsan Plaza night market is both vibrant and busy. What used to be a train station in the past is today home to a wonderful market. You’ll find many cool items here from shoes, trendy clothes, jewellery, accessories and jeans. You’ll also come across many street foods stands as well.
2) Wat Prayoon
The Wat Prayoon is a 138-year-old temple that was built during the period of King Rama III. It has received the UNESCO Cultural Heritage Conservation Award of Excellence in 2014. You’ll see a large inverted bell shape pagoda and turtle pond where you can feed the little creatures.
3) Pad Thai
If you haven’t tried this dish yet, there’ll be many spots on your tour where you can stop and consume some. Bangkok serviced apartments are an excellent choice for accommodation when you’re in the area, with many to choose from, like the Anantara Baan Rajprasong Bangkok Serviced Suites for instance.
4) The Giant Swing
A must see when you’re in the city is Bangkok’s, Giant Swing. Located right beside the Wat Suthat, you simply cannot miss it. This iconic swing is over 21 metres tall and is painted red. It was built by King Rama I in 1784.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+