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Okay, we obviously have members ranging from Veterans to First time visitors of Bangkok! While we share common interests in the P4P scene, we all need ideas, Secrets, tips, and suggestions to spend our daytime hours.

 

So what are YOUR Top Ten Must Do's while Visiting Bangkok???? (Besides P4P)

 

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#1 Please be specific! Location, details, etc.. (so we can share in the experience).

#2. Please be respectful! Some members may include something in their Top10 list you may find silly or disagree with. Remember, that is thier tip, so please respect that.

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Okay, we obviously have members ranging from Veterans to First time visitors of Bangkok! While we share common interests in the P4P scene, we all need ideas, Secrets, tips, and suggestions to spend ou

1) Visit Wat Muang in Ang Thong   2) Visit Buddhamonthon park in Nakhon Pathom   3) Visit a hell garden. Some ones close to Bangkok include wat muang, wat pai rong wua and wang saen suk.   4) Ha

I only have a couple of things to add.   1: Try the local food 2: Go have a Thai BBQ 3: Don't just stay in BKK, fly to Krabi and go visit the beaches and Islands.

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Here is my list in No particular order!

 

1. Visit Siam Paragon Mall. Excellent Food Court, High end shopping, Cold AC, World class mall. Great place to change money.

2. Visit Wat Arun Temple.

3. Eat the Roast Duck at MK Restaurant in Siam Paragon Mall.

4. Go Shopping at MBK! (low end, clothes, fake goods, electronics)

5. Visit the Weekend Market. Chatuchak Market. http://www.chatuchak.org/ (Wear shoes, and get ready to walk!)

6. Visit the Grand Palace

7. Take a boat ride down the Chao Phraya River

8. Eat at Din Tai Feng (World famous Taiwanese dim sum) in Central World Mall.

9. Visit Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha)

10. Hang out at Terminal 21 (great food court also)

 

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BKKSC has given a good list. However the food courts in all the shopping malls are very average in my view. So I would add eat Thai street food. The food in the MK chain is also not that great it is the same in all MK's so I would give it a miss. I know some Thai girls like to eat there but the street food or what you get from a small local restraurant is much better in my view.(and much cheaper)

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1) Visit Wat Muang in Ang Thong

 

2) Visit Buddhamonthon park in Nakhon Pathom

 

3) Visit a hell garden. Some ones close to Bangkok include wat muang, wat pai rong wua and wang saen suk.

 

4) Have dinner by the river at Asiatique

 

5) Gorge on street food one night on sukhumvit 38

 

5) Visit the corrections museum at mahachai

 

6) See the giant Ganesh at Chachoengsao

 

7) Watch Thai boxing at either lumpini or Ratchadamoen

 

8) spend an evening at Yaowarat

 

9) spend an evening on Silom soi 4 (lol)

 

10) Have a meal at boat noodle alley near Victory monument.

 

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Tapatalk seems to crash if I try to edit the above. Anyway the other pics are the hell garden at wat muang, Buddhamonthon park and the giant Ganesh. Wat pai rong wua is also pretty cool, tonnes of really big Buddha statues.

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Try the market next to On Nut BTS station. You will save more than the price of the ticket from Asoke in the price of the food and beer. It is normally packed with locals and I think a few freelancers are about

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Try the market next to On Nut BTS station. You will save more than the price of the ticket from Asoke in the price of the food and beer. It is normally packed with locals and I think a few freelancers are about

Have to agree........ Had a feed there last time I was in town great value. I'm not sure about freelancers as I had a "interpreter" along with me at the time.

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