Muay Thai Fight

Rajadumnern Boxing Stadium ( 15 minutes by taxi )
        Muay Thai is a true martial art. If you love boxing and fighting, an experience to see a real fight in the stadium. Details: Ratchadamnoen Stadium is open Monday and Wednesday at 06:00 p.m., Thursday at 05:00 p.m. and 09:00 p.m., and Sunday at 04:00 p.m. and 08:00 p.m. Admission is 1,000 Baht to 2,000 Baht depending on the fight, the fighters, and whether you sit ringside.
Tel: +66 2281 4205, +66 2280 1084
Khaosan Road ( 20 minutes by taxi )
        Khaosan Road or Thanon Khaosan is a popular tourist street in central Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the Banglamphu area about 1 kilometer north of the Grand Palace (Wat Phra Kaew) "Khaosan" translates as "milled rice", a reminder that the street was once a major Bangkok rice market. In the last 20 years, however, Khaosan Road has developed into a world famous "backpacker paradise." It offers cheap accommodation, ranging from ˈmattress in a boxˈ style hotels to reasonably priced 3-star hotels. Khaosan shops sell handcrafts, paintings, clothes and second-hand books, plus many useful backpacker items.
Taling Chan Floating Market

       The Taling Chan Floating Market takes place at the weekends in front of Taling Chan District Office. Only recently discovered by tourists, the market is entirely authentic and frequented by locals. Fruit, vegetables, flowers, plants and trinkets are on offer, and after the market a boat trip along the canal will reveal a host of small gardens and villages that are worth seeing.

Details: The market takes place between 9:00 and 16:00 on Saturday and Sunday

Chatuchak Market ( JJ. Market )
          Chatuchak Weekend Market is one of the worldˈs largest weekend markets. Also known as J.J., it contains upwards of 15,000 stalls. It is estimated that the market receives 200,000 visitors daily. The market is open only on Saturday and Sunday.
Chatuchak Weekend Market has interesting products from all over Thailand, the stalls are organized into zones. Chatuchak offers a wide variety of products including household items, clothing, Thai handicrafts, religious artifacts, collectibles, foods, and live animals. This is a popular tourist destination. Itˈs a good idea to stop by at Chatuchak for a cheap souvenir back home.
How to get there: BTS Skytrain get off at Mochit Station. MRT Subway get off at Kamphaenpetch Station
The National Museum
             For people interested in getting a good feel for the history of Thailand, the museum is very much a ˈmust seeˈ destination. Initially established as a building within the palace area in early Rattanakosin era, the building underwent a number of transformations before becoming what is now called the National Museum in 1887. Housing a definitive presentation of Thai history, the museum has a variety of different sections, each focusing on the history of specific topics (Thai musical instruments, masks, armaments, Thai clothing, etc.).
Details: Admission Fee is 200 Baht. The museum opens Wednesday to Sunday 9.00 a.m. - 04.00 p.m. but is usually closed on public holidays. You are not allowed to take photographs. Organized tours are available.
Address: The National Museum Na Pha That Road, Bangkok 10200
Tel: +66 2224-1370
How to get there: The museum is on Na Pha That Road between Thammasat University and National Theatre in Sanamluang (Royal Field) area near the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew. The most convenient way to go there is to use Taxi or Tuk Tuk.
The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew
            The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew really are places you must visit while you are in Bangkok. Both have considerable historical significance and are extremely beautiful places to see. 

The Grand Palace was built in 1782 by King Rama I who established Bangkok as Thailandˈs new capital. The palace was to be bigger and grander than palaces built in the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya eras to underscore the significance of the change of capital. The result was a palace of jewels and gold and splendor like never seen before in Thailand. The Grand Palace remained the Royal Familyˈs official residence from 1782 to 1946. The last king to live there was King Chulalongkorn.
Details: Admission fee is 400 Baht. The fee also includes tickets to the Coin Pavillion, Vimanmek Mansion and Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall, all of which are worth seeing in their own right. The site is open 08:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 01:00 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.
Tel: +66 2224 3328, +66 2226 0255 
Fax: +66 2225 9158
How to get there: The Grand Palace and Wat Pra Kaew are in the Banglamphu area of Bangkok - the ˈOld Cityˈ. You can take a taxi or Tuk Tuk. The following buses will get you there:
           MBK, founded in 1985, also known by its former name as Mah Boon Krong, is the most famous shopping mall located in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. With its 8 stories high and 350 meters long and the total area of 140,000 square meters, MBK was once the biggest mall in Asia.
MBK has 150 eateries and over 2,500 shops and stalls selling everything an average visitor coming to Bangkok would want to buy. The center serves an average of 115,000 customers a day, including 35,000 tourists from all around the world. MBK is particularly well-known among local and tourist shoppers for the availability of goods as well as the reasonable prices.
Details: MBK opens daily 10.00 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.
Address: 444 Phayathai Rd., Patumwan, Bangkok
Tel: +66 2620 9000
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