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Best of 2015

The Grand Palace

Located right in the centre of Bangkok, this building complex has officially been the residence of Siam kings since 1782. Still being used for official events, Grand Palace is amongst Thailand’s most well-known tourist attractions. The ... Read More

Best of 2015

The Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall

Located within the Dusit Palace, this former reception hall now serves the role of a museum and occassionally is used for specific state events. Architects Annibale Riigotti and Mario Tamagno designed this in Neo Classic and ... Read More


State Tower

This is the largest and the most famous indoor playground located in Bangkok. This indoor play and fun facility is made for children up to thirteen years who can enter with their families. The playground stretches ... Read More


Khao San Road

Kaho San Road has been called “the centre of the backpacking universe” in the book The Beach. Indeed, it is a place of convergence for travellers on their backpacking trail. It is a short stretch in ... Read More


Baiyoke Sky Tower

Baiyoke Sky Tower is 88-storey luxury hotel at Rajprarop Road in Pathumwan. It is the tallest hotel in Thai capital and offers panoramic view of the entire city. 7 dining venues, observation deck and a rotating ... Read More

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