Lam Luk Ka Country Club is built on wetlands and is home to many tropical species of plants and animals for an unforgettable round of golf that is distinctly Thai.
Thai Country Club is unbeatable in terms of overall experience as it offers world-class facilities, professional caddies and an interesting variety of holes.
Alpine Golf & Sports Club is one of the most technically difficult and visually stunning courses in Thailand.
Zanook Wake Park is one of Bangkok's busiest wakeboarding lake, with the fun addition of a floating, inflatable playground in the centre of the lake.
The monument of King Rama I, otherwise known as King Puttayodfa, is a double lifesize monument to the Thai royal that was built to mark the city's 150th anniversary in 1932.
Christ Church Bangkok is an Anglican church that continues to be a popular place of worship among Bangkok expatriates.
Built in 1909 during King Rama V’s reign as a temporary royal residence, Phyathai Palace comprises 5 buildings all constructed in a combination of neo-gothic and Romanesque styles.
The 84-storey Baiyoke Tower is an unmissable towering landmark in the Pratunam area of Bangkok.
Sanam Luang (the Royal Field) has been around since the founding of Bangkok in 1782.
Queen Sirikit Park is a tribute to Her Majesty the Queen on her 60th birthday on 12 August 1992.
Chatuchak Park offers something for everyone at this park – some may walk or jog along the green tracks line, while others can appreciate nature in the Thai Literature and Herb Garden.
Benjasiri Park is the place to be for sculpture lovers, as some of the best examples of Thai sculpture are scattered around the park.
Bank of Thailand Museum at Bangkhunphrom Palace takes you on an intriguing and interesting jaunt through monetary evolution in Thailand.
Koh Rang Yai is a peaceful island about 5 km off the east coast of Phuket. Its western side has a 1-km-long beach that's often busy with travellers on day trips to Phang Nga Bay.
Koh Yao Noi and Koh Yao Yai are a pair of large islands in the middle of Phang Nga Bay, equidistant to Phuket and Krabi.
Bangkok’s Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road is circled by perpetual swarms of traffic.
Silpa Bhirasri Memorial & Museum is dedicated to an Italian-born sculptor who first came to Thailand in 1923 to work for the Department of Fine Arts.