At 250 meters, Sky Bar is one of the tallest bars in the world and a must. While you are there, enjoy the spectacular view and try their famous Hangovertini cocktail. This bustling megalopolis has temples scattered throughout as witness their well-preserved traditions.

The Temple of Emerald Buddha and Royal Palace are the city’s historical and religious center. Between these two we find the greatest temple in the city: Wat Pho or Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Just a few meters away, you can take a boat across the Chao Phraya from the Tha Tien pier and discover a different view of Bangkok’s skyline, especially after dark.

You cannot miss the Chatuchak market – the world’s biggest weekend market – or the Damnoen Saduak floating market – one of the few floating markets still set up on barges. Here, anything you can imagine is for sale.

A trip to Thailand is not complete without these two classics: a Thai massage and a tour aboard a “tuk tuk“, three-wheeler cabs used by locals and tourists.

Take a “tuk tuk” to move around the city and make a stop at Bo.Lan the best traditional Thai restaurant in the city, or if you are brave enough enjoy this street-food paradise and all it has to offer. Finish your day spending the night at the luxurious Pullman Hotel. It’s hard not to fall for this city and its chaos.

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