Bangkok BTS or SkyTrain is a Mass Transit System which is one of the most convenient ways to travel around Bangkok as it helps to escape chaotic and often jammed traffic in Thailand’s capital. BTS SkyTrain system links central Bangkok with other important areas of the city making this kind of transport very useful for exploring Bangkok.
Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is one of the best Floating Markets in Bangkok and a great place to visit as you can experience the real Thai-style floating market there. The market is located in Taling Chan area, which is a little outside Bangkok, but it’s really worth to visit.
We had a lovely visit to the National Gallery in Bangkok. National Gallery is an art gallery and one of Thailand's national museums. The Gallery has many buildings, designed by Western architect, named Carlo Allegri. The Gallery used to be the house of the former Royal Thai Mint. It was converted by the fine arts department to house the national gallery in 1974.
Soi Cowboy is only 150 m long narrow street which is worldwide famous Bangkok’s entertainment zone and one of three Thailand capital's Red Light Districts. Visiting this street during the daytime and nighttime is a completely different experience.
Cicada Market is located in Hua Hin at Suan Si Park, in front of the entrance to Hyatt Regency Hotel. It is a night market that sells the contemporary artwork including handmade crafts, home decorations, clothes, second hand goods, SME products with creative ideas. This market is built under the concept "Open Mind and Open Mat" meaning that the sellers will sell in open green space on the mat or shop.
Wat Na Phra Men or Wat Na Phra Meru is an ancient temple in Ayutthaya, built in the early Ayutthaya period.
Ayutthaya contains several interesting temples. Many of them were ruined by the Burmese and you can still see the black smoke on the walls. If you are tired of the traffic and noise of Bangkok, take a day trip to see historical sites of this city.