Bangkok is known as the city that Never Sleeps. It is true that some places as always busy and awake all day all night where you can travel 24 hours.

1.Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram but many people called “Wat Phra Kaew” or the temple of the Emerald Buddha. The temple is an important historical monument during the Rattanakosin era which used to be the Royal Residence in the past.
The most famous landmark where many foreigners pay a visit while in Bangkok. Inside Phra Ubosot or The Chapel of the Emerald Buddha is the most beautiful decorated with gilt and color glass mosaics.

Wat Saket Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand
2. The Golden Mount or Phu Khao Thong, this temple is on a high hill that offers stunning views at its summit over Rattanakosin Island. The surrounded of the temple has a cool breeze and welcomes worshippers year-round, though it’s busiest during its annual temple fair in November. During this period, the temple will decorate with colorful lanterns and flags and you can enjoy local foods, fairground games, etc.

Beautiful Buddhist temple Wat Pho in the capital of Thailand Bangkok against the blue sky, bright colors, sights, a trip to Asia, the culture and architecture of Southeast Asia
3. Wat Pho also is known as The Temple of the Reclining Buddha, one of the oldest temples during the Rattanakosin era and the temple is regarded as the most important one during the reign of King Rama I of the Chakri dynasty.
It also shelters the largest Buddha image in Thailand, the Reclining Buddha. It is the birthplace of traditional Thai massage.

Wat Arun Temple at twilight in Bangkok, Thailand.
4. Wat Arun Rachawararam also knows as the Temple of Dawn, is on the opposite bank of the Chao Praya River from Wat Pho, which is considered by many as one of the most beautiful in Bangkok.
It is absolutely stunning at sunset. Not only Thais visit this temple but many foreigners come here to rejoice the beauty of this temple.

Dress code for all of Thai temple in Bangkok
Here’s the list are not allowed to enter the temple, so you can be prepared.

  • Short skirts and shorts or even shortened trousers.
  • Tight-fitting trousers such as leggings or sportswear of any type.
  • Any clothing that has holes in, such as ripped jeans.
  • Vests or any top without sleeves.
  • Sweatshirts or sweat pants.
  • You can wear sandals and flip-flops but it will be best to make your feet in a good condition if you wear sneakers for walking around all day.

woman traveling backpacker with hat, Asian traveler standing at Chatuchak Weekend Market, landmark and popular for tourist attractions in Bangkok, Thailand. Travel concept
5. Chatuchak weekend market or JJ market, an important destination for many foreigners. You can find many shops selling a wide range of products from Thai handicrafts, handmade products, clothing, accessories, painting and arts, house decorations, souvenirs, gifts, pets, and books. Yes, it a must-visit place like heaven for shopaholics, literally find anything at a budget price!!!…
Fridays for the wholesale night market and open for all areas on Saturdays & Sundays.

6. End your lazy 24 hours in Bangkok by Visiting Yaowarat ( Chinatown ) at night is the best idea while in Bangkok. Because this street will turn into a street food heaven where there are a lot of delicious food vendors which hardly find elsewhere. You can notice which restaurant is the most famous one by the longest queue up. Rest assures you will never regret it if you come here.

We wish you have a perfect lazy day in …Bangkok… 



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