Here the list of my favourite activities and places of the Thai capital.
1. Grand Palace: the Royal Palace in Bangkok is a great architectural formed by a group of buildings that served as a royal residence since the eighteenth century to the mid-twentieth century.
2. Wat Pho: I suggest a visit in conjunction with the Royal Palace because, in addition to the proximity, you need to take out the shoes in both places 🙂 .
3. Floating Market: A must on any trip to Bangkok is to take a boat ride on the canals in order to find out the “Venice of the East”.
4.Manicure/Massage: At every corner you can find a local massage place with really attractive prices. The staff is always lovely and they make you feel as a queen.. It definitely worths a visit!
5. Harmonique Restaurant: A tiny oasis squeezed into a former Chinese residence, Harmonique is an expat staple for thrifty romantic dinners. The dishes are unabashedly designed for folks fearful of chillies and fish sauce, but the ambience of fairy lights, a central banyan tree and marble-topped tables have spared Harmonique from our chopping block.