Royal Museum with a huge collection of farming tools, weapons, jewelry, musical instruments, Thai and Chinese ceramics, and much more.

Bank of Thailand Museum is the museum telling the story of the origin and development of Thailand's monetary system, coins, and banknotes.

The most comprehensive museum dedicated to King Vajiravudha, who is known for promoting democratic values in Siam, establishing educational institutions and the Wild Tiger Corps, a paramilitary unit that reported only to the King.

Wat Benchamabophit - The Marble Temple is a very beautiful temple in Bangkok's old town. It's shown on the back of Thailand's 5 baht coin.

Royal Thai Air Force Museum was established to preserve and reconstruct various aircraft and other aviation equipment used by the Thai Air Force.

The temple is known for the ghost woman, the mythical Mae Nak, who has become almost a household name in the community and beyond.

Museum Siam is the first national museum of discovery that was created to explore the history of the people of Thailand and their national identity.

The First World War Volunteers Memorial in Bangkok is dedicated to the 19 casualties of the 1,300-man Siamese Expeditionary Force sent to France by King Rama VI in 1918

Wat Traimit is also known as “The Temple of the Golden Buddha”. The Temple houses a unique huge 5.5 ton solid gold Buddha statue. named Thai as Phra Sukhothai Traimit.

The Chinatown Gate is located at the center of the Odeon traffic circle, it symbolizes the grand entrance to Bangkok's Chinatown.