THAILAND THREE DAY ITINERARY
Famous for its lavish palaces, historic Buddhist temples, and bustling market, Thailand has emerged as one of the top tourist destinations throughout Southeast Asia. The typical trip to Thailand takes about a week or more, given that there is a lot to do, see and experience in Thailand. But that doesn’t mean that shorter tours in Bangkok are impossible. The most effective way to spend three days in Thailand is to be in the center of all the excitement and excitement in Bangkok, the vibrant Thai capital. This is our suggested plan for a three-day trip to Bangkok which takes you to the most famous sights in Bangkok:
Day 1: Visit the ancient city of Bangkok
- Begin your first of three full days in Bangkok with a stroll of its historical marvels
- Take a ferry ride on the Chao Phraya and travel to No.9 Tha Chang Pier.
- While it doesn’t matter much the way you get to Tha Chang and the Chao Phraya, a trip on the Chao Phraya is esteemed for the views of the city. For the most enjoyable experience, begin with a few hours before the time.
- This is where we begin our walking tour to the Grand Palace Temple complex, the former home for the Thai Emperor.
- In of the palace complex Wat Phra Kaew, or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, One of the largest Buddhist temples in Thailand
- It is also possible to go on an organized tour of The Palace Grounds. For more details on Bangkok tour guides, visit this section of the Thrillophilia review
- Once you’ve completed your tour, you can take a 10-minute stroll up to Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of Reclining Buddha.
- Then, make a stop for lunch at one of the Thai eateries in Wat Pho, as there are plenty.
- After lunch, take a boat ride along the river to reach the Wat Arun Temple.
- The temple stands out with its Khmer-style architectural style and is among the very few temples of Bangkok that are open until the night’s end.
- After a short visit to Wat Arun Temple, make your way to Chinatown to grab a bite to eat.
- Bangkok’s Chinatown is famous for its tasty local Thai food. It also specializes in street food.
- You may decide to conclude your excursion here and then head back to your hotel.
- You could also prolong your stay and walk along the Khao San Road to discover the night markets and nightclubs.
Day 2: Discover the modern Bangkok
- Get your day started by shopping.
- If you happen to be here during the weekend, you should not pass up the chance to check out Chatuchak Weekend Market. Chatuchak weekend market. The largest open-air market around the world. Chatuchak is home to more than 1500 stands selling nearly everything.
- On weekdays you can quickly head over to the Siam region for shopping, filled with traditional and modern markets as well as malls.
- Have your lunch break and then visit Jim Thompson House Museum. Jim Thompson House Museum for an exploration of Thai handiwork and art.
- Enjoy the night of your second day to visit the night markets in Bangkok.
- Talad Rot Fai Market is a must. Talad Rot Fai Market sits on the highest of our lists with its vintage-cool look and retro rates.
- If you’re looking for a more sophisticated choice, visit Asiatique, where you can find various fine restaurants, luxury retail stores, and even a Ferris Wheel.
- The Chang Chui Bangkok Plane Market believes that “nothing is useless,” and artists turn garbage into art.
- Khlong Thom Night Market Khlong Thom Night Market is an exciting endeavor because one usually requires an extra flashlight to browse the merchandise late at night.
- For more details on night market tours, please read what our customers review on our Thrillophilia Freshdesk Reviews
Day 3: most memorable of the rest
- Enjoy the morning of your final day in Bangkok, exploring the floating markets surrounding Bangkok and distributing their goods along the river’s surface. The markets provide a unique shopping experience.
- It is believed that the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is the largest of all, but there are markets located in Amphawa Wat Sai and Ban Nam Phueng that are worthy of noting too. Take a look at the Thrillophilia Pinterest Reviews of Bangkok’s night markets to determine the best one for you!
- If you’ve shopped to the max After that, head to Lumpini Park, the most significant green space in Thailand.
- When you’re visiting Bangkok with a friend or loved one, walking around Lumphini’s gardens that are landscaped or taking lunch on the lawns could be a great option. You can also do many other activities at Lumpini, like fishing, playing, or camping.
- After spending an afternoon here, make your way towards Wat Saket or the Golden Mountain Temple.
- It is situated on top of a hill, and this small temple is famous for its stunning views of the skyline.
- On the evening of the final day, you may decide to enjoy a dinner cruise along the river.
- Or, you can go to one of the rooftop bars to have a stylish dinner with amazing views