Ancient Artillery Museum or its another name - The Old Big Gun Museum is an open-air museum. It is a must-see for anyone interested in the military history of Thailand.

The official residence of the Kings of Siam (later Thailand) and the site of the royal offices since 1782. A must-visit landmark of Bangkok.

Wat Bang Phra is a world well-known temple famous for Sak Yant tattoos and the Wai Khru festival held every Murch. It’s was built in the Ayuthaya era and is well managed till today.

Temple of Dawn or Wat Arun is the temple of the rising sun coated in Chinese porcelain. It is one of Thailand's most famous landmarks.

A beautiful royal temple in the center of Bangkok that is also the first open university in Thailand and Traditional Medicine School with Traditional Thai Massage.

The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is the most important temple in Thailand hosting the sacred statue of the Emerald Buddha.

An iconic royal theater that features authentic Thai performances including Khon - Sala Chalermkrung Hanuman (Thai Masked Dance).

A unique thematic cultural center offering a world-class spectacle. Heart-stopping colors and marvelous performance.

The theater is famous for Khon mask dance, classical Thai dramas, musical performances and lakhon - another type of Thai classical dance drama.

Bangkok National Museum is the central branch of the National Museums of Thailand and one of the biggest museums in Southeast Asia.