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Capital of Thailand


2,390 properties in Bangkok

Welcome to Bangkok

Bangkok never sleeps, or so you might think as you fly into Suvarnabhumi International Airport. From luxurious mega malls like MBK and Siam Discovery in Siam Square to the famous Khao San Road in the Banglamphu district, this hard working city is packed with commerce, fiery food and soothing temples.

What travellers love about Bangkok

  • Shopping

    79,253 recommendations

  • Food

    59,727 recommendations

  • Temples

    49,935 recommendations

  • Street food

    45,693 recommendations

2Patong Beach

810 properties in Patong Beach

Welcome to Patong Beach

Patong is a fascinating place. Like it loud? The nightlife will keep you up until dawn. Like it peaceful? Endless sun and miles of unspoiled white-sand beaches beckon. That's not to mention its mod-cons, intriguing culture, delicious seafood and a giant shopping mall. Go on, treat yourself!

What travellers love about Patong Beach

  • Nightlife

    23,912 recommendations

  • Beaches

    19,270 recommendations

  • Food

    13,713 recommendations

  • Relaxation

    13,246 recommendations

3Chiang Mai

1,695 properties in Chiang Mai

Welcome to Chiang Mai

Located among Thailand’s highest mountains, Chiang Mai is the beloved, idyllic and somewhat mystic capital of the North. Offering more than 300 temples, it is considered one of the most important cultural centres in the country.

What travellers love about Chiang Mai

  • Temples

    25,866 recommendations

  • Night markets

    23,068 recommendations

  • Food

    20,092 recommendations

  • Relaxation

    19,513 recommendations

4Pattaya Central

523 properties in Pattaya Central

Welcome to Pattaya Central

A paradise of turquoise blue, lush vegetation, and entertainmet, Pattaya is a kind of Eden; sometimes peaceful as its temples and coral banks, and sometimes loose and edgy.

What travellers love about Pattaya Central

  • Nightlife

    13,439 recommendations

  • Shopping

    7,274 recommendations

  • Relaxation

    7,266 recommendations

  • Food

    7,099 recommendations

Best places to see in Thailand

Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha)
Serenity surrounds this spiritual building. Thousands pray to the Emerald Buddha at this temple inside the Grand Palace. The Buddha – carved of a single block of jade – is one of the most revered in Thailand. On your way in, study the walls: the gilded characters of the Ramakien – Thailand’s adaptation of the Hindu Ramayana) – tell a visual tale of their own.
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Grand Palace
The Grand Palace is the beating heart of Thailand. The Royal Family’s ceremonial home is a vast complex of buildings with paths swathed in golden light. Admire bejewelled sword-bearing Guardian Statues, view stately outfits in the Pavilion of Regalia, or bow before the Emerald Buddha at Wat Phra Kaew. Cover up – tight clothes, bare shoulders, arms and legs are a no-no.
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Jungceylon Shopping Center
Shopping areas
Why shop at Jungceylon? The real question is why not – international and local brand clothing, restaurants, supermarkets, bowling alleys and cinemas that all vie for your attention here. This mall is a local favourite that covers almost quarter-of-a-million square-metres. Its centrepiece is a musical fountain with synchronised lights and sound that’s great for a quick snapshot.
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Chao Phraya River
Popular areas
Adventure lies just around the river-bend. Rolling Chao Phraya River is Bangkok’s arterial waterway and main thoroughfare for boat traffic. Soak up a host of city sights in one shot with a short cruise that runs you past the major sites. Visit the bars and restaurants of the five-star hotels that pepper the shoreline for deliriously sublime vistas, even more so at dusk.
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Wat Arun, Temple of the Dawn
Cool grey from a distance and a cavalcade of colour up close, Wat Arun’s fierce details leap at you from every direction. The main feature of this temple is its ‘prang’, a colossal tower covered with colourful porcelain that glistens in the sunlight. Scale the temple to admire the details up-close, or look at it from the east side of Chao Phraya River at sunset.
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Bangla Road
Popular areas
There’s risqué nightlife, and then there’s Bangla Road. This central strip leads from the beach to Jungceylon Shopping Centre. During the day, its shops and bars are geared towards a family-friendly expat clientele. But from 20:00 onwards, the entire vibe changes. Pink-lit bars fill with dancers and entertainers who specialise in adults-only entertainment.
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