What to see and do in Bangkok
Bangkok allows visitors to discover the fascinating culture of Thailand in a dynamic metropolis.
Bangkok was founded in 1782 by the first monarch of the present Chakri dynasty. The city is now the spiritual, cultural, diplomatic, commercial and educational Thailand. Bangkok covers an area of over 1,500 km2 and has about ten million inhabitants, more than 10% of the population.
In recent decades, the capital of Thailand has become a vibrant and sophisticated modern city.
Bangkok not only offers all the comforts of the great cosmopolitan cities, but it also provides a unique cultural treasures. Located in the heart of Southeast Asia, Thailand was never colonized and has preserved a unique culture and heritage. Bangkok allows visitors to discover the fascinating culture of Thailand in a dynamic metropolis. This great city successfully combines tradition and modernity.
Bangkok attracts tourists with its many attractions. The city has 400 sumptuous and fascinating Buddhist temples, magnificent palaces, numerous shopping centers and delights visitors with its refinement of classical dances and traditional lifestyle. Nothing beats a boat trip along the canals of timeless
"Venice of the East" and the Chao Phraya River, "River of Kings" which runs through the city, before venturing into adjacent canals and admire the old districts of Bangkok.