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Things to do in Bangkok

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The Mahanakhon SkyWalk is a glass-floored observation platform located at the top of Thailand's tallest skyscraper, the uniquely shaped King Power Mahanakhon. It offers visitors a vertigo-inducing bird's-eye view of downtown Bangkok.
4.9 / 5 (67)
From $23.68
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Baiyoke Tower II is an 88-story skyscraper hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. It's one of the tallest buildings in Bangkok, and the 7th tallest hotel in the world. Its panoramic observation deck is a major tourist attraction, providing dizzying views of Bangkok's high-rise skyline.
4.6 / 5 (5)
From $14.16
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Siam Amazing Park is an amusement and water park in the Khan Na Yao District of Bangkok, Thailand. It was founded in November 1980 and remains the oldest amusement and water park complex in Southeast Asia.
4.4 / 5 (17)
From $15.58
The Grand Palace is a must-see attraction in Bangkok. This complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand, has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782.
5.0 / 5 (3)
From $15.00
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Dream World Bangkok is a family theme park packed with rides and attractions. It's easy to reach by car, or you can catch an air-conditioned bus (number 538) from the Victory Monument.
5.0 / 5 (4)
From $16.96
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EasyKart Bangkok is located in Bangkok, RCA plaza, Thailand. Royal City Avenue or RCA is one of Bangkok's largest entertainment and clubbing areas, close to several metro stations. This fun family-oriented go-karting attraction operates 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
From $11.30
SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World boasts the biggest aquarium in South East Asia (unless you count the Pacific!). It's easy to reach by public transport from Bangkok, just take the BTS to Siam Station, or one of several buses heading in the direction.
5.0 / 5 (4)
From $36.53
Wat Pho
Wat Pho is one of the largest and oldest Buddhist temples in Bangkok, Thailand, and features the famous "Reclining Buddha".
5.0 / 5 (2)
From $15.00
Bangkok's Blue Elephant is the world-famous restaurant of chef Nooror Somany Steppe. Opened in 2002, the Bangkok restaurant, which includes a culinary school, has been followed up by other branches in Phuket, Paris, Brussels and Copenhagen.
From $93.34
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Things to do in Phuket

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Aquaria Phuket is the best Aquarium in Phuket and the Biggest in Thailand. Located in the heart of the city, beneath Central Phuket Floresta. A magical underwater journey at Phuket’s best aquarium that takes you through the wonders of the ocean and the mysteries of the rivers. Be entertained and inspired by over 25,000 animals and interact with our knowledgeable and friendly staff to learn more about the wonders of the ocean. Amaze your eyes and brain at Phuket Aquarium, Central Phuket Floresta.
From $13.17
Trick Eye Museum is one of the world’s first AR (augmented reality) museums, which applies augmented-reality technology to its exhibits, producing exciting photo ops and videos with YOU as the star. Meet a fire-breathing sea dragon, swim with whale sharks, and even meet polar bears while sitting on ice cliffs. Trickeye Museum is located in the heart of Phuket, Thailand, inside the Central Phuket Floresta shopping mall.
From $5.38
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Splash Jungle is the perfect antidote for Phuket's hot weather! This water park has fun for the whole family, from extreme water slides, to wave pools, a lazy river, and a relaxing hydro-therapeutic spring pool.
From $59.47
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Spread across an expansive 12-acre green space in Chalong, Phuket Bird Park is the only privately owned bird park on the island. The park has over 1,000 birds from more than 100 amazing species from Asia, Africa and South America. With a well-designed layout and a lush jungle setting, as well as amazing bird shows in an impressive amphitheater, Phuket Bird Park makes for the ultimate bird-watching day out for families and friends.
3.0 / 5 (1)
From $11.19
Hong Island – located in the Than Bok Khorani national park – is home to world-class landscapes. Surrounded by indigo sea and with a soft powder-like beach, it's the perfect escape. Ko Hong takes its name from the island's lagoon – this “chamber” translates to Hong and Ko means island. The namesake lagoon is best accessed at low tide by kayak, so you can appreciate the dramatic change in the water's colour from a deep emerald green to a clear turquoise. You'll arrive at the entrance to the lagoon via a dramatic cliff passage that's definitely deserving of a photograph on your way out.
From $37.92
Find out the beauty of the forest for yourself in Hanuman World. Walk through this wonderland and drink in the secrets of nature with all of your senses. Enjoy fresh air and excitement as you climb, swing, and fly through the forest.
From $33.98
Banana Beach is considered the best corner of Koh Hey (Coral Island) and one of the most beautiful attractions in Phuket. You won’t believe that it’s so close and holds so many fantastic Phuket activities. In fact, the speedboat ride from Chalong Pier is already an adventure!
From $93.46
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Phuket Botanic Garden is home to 30 zones that are alive with plant life. There are herb gardens and orchards, palms and cactuses, Japanese and English Gardens, and lots more green spaces to enjoy. Located in the Muang district of Phuket, the gardens are the perfect place to spend a couple of hours, whether you want some peace and quiet or an educational place to bring the kids.
From $11.19
The Phuket Big Buddha is a 45-metre-tall white marble statue visible from anywhere in the southern part of Phuket, Thailand. This impressive landmark is probably at the top of everyone’s ‘Must-Do in Phuket‘ list, and it's definitely a jaw-dropping sight to behold. The panoramic views from up here are breathtaking.
From $45.00
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Things to do in Samut Prakan

Samut Prakan

Ancient Siam

Ancient Siam is a large outdoor museum located one hour's drive from central Bangkok, Thailand. The museum grounds are spread over an area over 200 acres, which correspond roughly to the geographical shape of the Kingdom of Thailand itself. The park features replicas of Thailand's most famous buildings and monuments from antiquity and the present day.
4.8 / 5 (30)
From $9.91
Samut Prakan

Erawan Museum

The Erawan Museum is an otherworldly museum in Bangkok, Thailand. Among other delights, it's home to a giant three-headed elephant statue, a mosaic temple, and magical gardens.
5.0 / 5 (3)
From $10.20
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Things to do in Krabi

Phra Nang Beach is located on the southern strip of sand in Railay Bay. Measuring 450 metres in length, and reachable by long-tail boat, its fine, white sand, crystal-clear safes shallows for swimming, as well as a coral reef for snorkelling in, giant cliffs for climbing and sea caves for exploring, Phra Nang is as close to Thai island paradise as it gets.
5.0 / 5 (2)
From $29.40
Hong Island – located in the Than Bok Khorani national park – is home to world-class landscapes. Surrounded by indigo sea and with a soft powder-like beach, it's the perfect escape. Ko Hong takes its name from the island's lagoon – this “chamber” translates to Hong and Ko means island. The namesake lagoon is best accessed at low tide by kayak, so you can appreciate the dramatic change in the water's colour from a deep emerald green to a clear turquoise. You'll arrive at the entrance to the lagoon via a dramatic cliff passage that's definitely deserving of a photograph on your way out.
From $37.92
Phi Phi island consists of two large islands – Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh. You’ll find a number of popular tourist locations at Phi Phi, including Monkey Beach, Maya Bay and Pi Leh Lagoon. It's a great location for snorkelling and witnessing Thailand's diverse marine life. Maya Bay is sheltered by 100-metre-high cliffs on three sides and has become one of Thailand's most famous tourist attractions since The Beach was filmed there in 1999. On the southern side of Koh Phi Phi Leh, you’ll find Loh Sama which offers incredible snorkelling in its beautiful corals. Boats drop anchor in the shallow waters, allowing you to swim, snorkel, and even feed the tropical fish. Pi Leh Bay is excellent for swimming, with perfect snorkelling opportunities at its entrance. This long thin bay is pretty shallow and only accessible to speedboats and longtail boats.
From $19.82
Koh Poda is an island off the west coast of Thailand, just offshore from Krabi, stretching roughly 8 kilometres from Ao Nang. The Poda Group Islands consist of Ko Poda, Ko Kai, Ko Mo and Ko Thap, all of which are accessible by boat. Explore the little paradise of Poda on a longtail boat cruise, which is the best way to ensure beach time on one of the best beaches in Krabi. Its soft fine sand, crystal clear sea, rare pristine reefs that are perfect for snorkelling and a gorgeous backdrop of rock formations make it picture postcard perfect.
5.0 / 5 (2)
From $21.75
Railay, also known as Rai Leh, is a small and popular peninsula between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang in Thailand. Thanks to the high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access, it's only accessible by boat. Railay is a backpacker's haven with a beach strewn with budget-friendly bars and restaurants, plus ann abundance of activities from rock climbing to kayaking and parasailing. Walk the sandy paths leading visitors along the bay, lounge on the white-sand beaches, and trek through the jungle. It's real island fun in Thailand.
From $21.75
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