Where to Play

Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho)

“We poured scented water and dropped baht coins into jugs around the Reclining Buddha. The kids really enjoyed it.”
TripAdvisor Member, Syracuse, N.Y.

Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), Sanam Chai Road and Maharaj Road, 02 225 9595

Asiatique the riverfront

This pier signaled the beginning of international trade between the Kingdom of Siam (the former name of Thailand) and European nations and was the key to Siam maintaining the sovereignty and independence it enjoys to this day.
Today, that same area which the East Asiatic pier occupies is being restored to its original glory under the name “ASIATIQUE The Riverfront,” the first and the biggest lifestyle project in Asia on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, and soon to become Bangkok’s trendiest landmark.


Sapan Taksin station

Siam Niramit

Siam Niramit combines an authentic Thai buffet with a world-class stage show depicting Thailand's historical and spiritual heritage. With over 150 dazzling performers and state-of-the-art special effects, it’s a captivating journey. The first act describes how Siam became a cross-roads where civilisations met, the second how karma binds Thai people, the last how religious ceremony earns Thais merit in this life. Also visit replica villages from the country's rural regions and buy Thai handicrafts.


Thailand Cultural Center station


TCDC's key focus is to create an opportunity for Thai people to access source of knowledge for their new inspirations. TCDC will provide them with an opportunity to experience and absorb of new creativities by learning from success and achievement of all famous artists and designers worldwide.

6th Fl. The Emporium Shopping Complex 622 Sukhumvit 24,

Prompong station

Bangkok Dolls & Museum

Bangkok Dolls have won several awards for their creations. A single-storey workshop and Doll Museum in the Chandavimol family compound at 85 Soi Ratchataphan (Soi Mo Leng) in Bangkoks Makkasan district is the magnet for several visitors who wish to inspect these miniature creations in all their wondrous variety.

Open : Mon - Sat from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission : Free
Tel : 0 2245 3008

Vimanmek Mansion Museum

This is the world's largest golden teak building located in the compound of the Dusit Palace on Ratchawithi Road. The three-storey royal mansion has 81 rooms, halls and ante-chambers containing fin de siecle royal memorabilia. A guided tour in English is provided to visitors. Other beautiful buildings in the same compound display various items and art objects; for example, H.M. King Bhumibols photography, H.M. Queen Sirikits collection of handicraft masterpieces created by rural people, paraphernalia of rank and portraits, old clocks, ancient cloth, and royal carriages.

Tel : 0 2628 6300-9 ext. 5119 - 5121, 0 2281 6880

Sanam Luang or Thung Phra Men

A vast open ground situated near the northern wall of the Grand Palace and the eastern wall of the former Viceroy Palace or Wang Na. At the time when Bangkok was first established, the ground was a rice field and was sometimes used as a location for a royal crematorium, Phra Men in Thai. The ground was, thus, otherwise called as Thung Phra Men which means the crematorium ground. In considering that the name was inauspicious, King Rama IV had the ground renamed as Thong Sanam Luang, or the Royal Ground, and the rice farming there cancelled.


Mansion 7

Most Bangkok shopping malls are bright, airy and relaxing, filled with the sweet sounds of pop twinkling in the air. The newly opened Mansion 7 has none of that.
Designed to look like a dark old mansion, the entrance to this boutique mall welcomes shoppers in with a great, frightening “claw.” Inside the air conditioning-free hall is a giant spooky moo


Huaykwang station

Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park is located in the heart of Bangkok, at the junction of Rama IV and Ratchadamri roads.
It has an area of 140-acre (0.57 sq.km). The park has an artificial lake where visitors can rent boats. A track
around the lake is a popular area for bicycling.In front of the park is the monument of King Rama VI,
built in 1941. n and a deserted haunted house in the background, with various creepy installations set up here and there.


Saladang station