As the largest city and capital of Thailand to start with, there are many tourist attractions in Bangkok for tourists. The problem is that many different attractions can be difficult to choose from. If you’re looking for slightly different locations, here are some of the more exotic attractions available in Bangkok Thailand.
How did the three-headed elephant hit you above a pink building? Tourists from all over love to visit Erawan Museum in Bangkok. This three-headed statue represents ata which means Irwan in Thai, hence the name of the museum. The statue is completely covered in bronze and the interior is beautifully built like the outside. Inside the museum are three floors, each representing the Thai faith in the universe.
Yoyo Land Seacon Square
When you need a fun place for children to play while shopping or resting, Yoyo Land can do the trick. It is not a theme park in the American sense of the term, there are no roller coasters and other for climbing but there is still much to do. Activities in Yoyo Land are for children from 3 to 10 years old, and the complex is located on the fourth floor of Seacon Square Shopping Center. The largest shopping centre in the southern hemisphere. It offers video games, mini rides, adventure course, and of course, there is a direct shooting range for adults.
City centre wildlife is the name of the game with Dusit Zoo. The zoo covers 47 acres and was originally the Royal Botanical Gardens of King Rama V. Inside the zoo, adults and children can see more than 1,000 different birds and 300 different mammals. Rhinoceros, monkeys, giraffes, and crocodiles are just a few of the types of wild animals that you can explore at Dusit Zoo, which is also located in Bangkok.
Wat Bang Fli Yai Nai
If you are looking for a place to visit that is not on the usual tourist paths, then this is a necessary stop. Just 40 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport, Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai is the site of the country’s tallest Buddha picture. It is the tallest of the most popular attractions in Wat Pho. While you are in Bangkok or on the way back to the airport, you must spend some time visiting. Huge red and golden arches welcome you to the temple and vendors around the inner walls will provide you with fresh fruit, local food or performances inside the temple. Take your time walking around the Buddha and marvel at the painted murals adorning the walls.
Old Town (Muang Buran)
Spreading an area of 240 acres and just an hour south of Bangkok is the old theme park. Here you will find more than 116 different building styles of Thai architecture representing every part of Thailand. It is a full day for the family exploring the different areas of Thailand by bike, tram or weekend in your car. This theme park is popular with locals and tourists alike, and it is a great experience. As you move from examples of homes in the northeastern region of Essan to the magnificent copies of the temples of Sukhothai period in all its splendour, you will start to experience what Thailand is all about.