See - Sightseeing
Historic Building
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace
Bangkok is city of interesting historical sources in Thai culture since the prehistoric period to the present. Some of historic older is long time many architectural. The tourists have been witness to the life and development of people in past and absorbing some aesthetic value of arts and cultural heritage forebear in the past has left a legacy of the earth from travel that tourist will understand about beauty and value of knowledge that will sense of pride and jealousy, which is one way to help keep arts and cultural heritage could not estimate the pair would have to land a heritage to the next generation offspring.
Park
Lumphini Park
Lumphini Park
Bangkok’s parks and gardens offer a welcome respite from the heat and noise of the city. Bangkok’s largest and most well-known is Lumphini Park. Renowned as Bangkok's Central Park, it was built in the early 1920s by Rama VI with this intent. The park is popular with joggers to keep fit mostly in the morning and late afternoon when it is cooler and families enjoying a boat ride on the lake or have a picnic under the shady trees. Many venues, local and international, are held here throughout the year and you will always find something to watch or join.

Chatuchak Park and Rama IX Park are two of Bangkok's second largest parks. Built in the past 50 years they cater to Bangkok's suburban population and are enormous and include botanic gardens, sports clubs and complexes, English/French/Japanese gardens as well as large ponds and lakes. Other famous parks include Queen Sirikit Park near Lat Yao, Benchasiri Park on Sukhumvit, Saranrom Park across the Grand Palace, Sanam Luang, Suan Romaneenat, and Dusit Park.
Religious Site
Wat Benjamabophit
Wat Benjamabophit
Being the capital of a Buddhist country Bangkok offers an abundance of Wats (Temples) including the most famous Temple of the Emerald Buddha – or Wat Pra Kaeo. It is the holiest temple in Thailand and the green-jade Buddha statue in the chapel is the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand while Wat Po is the oldest and largest monastery of the 400 found in the city.

Apart from Thai temples one can find Chinese and Hindu temples like the Maha Uma Devi Temple as well as churches of all believes and mosques. There is a complete freedom of worship, exemplified by the role of the King as protector of all religions.
Monument
Democracy Monument
Democracy Monument
Of course Thailand's capital has a number of important shrines and monuments, but those found elsewhere in the kingdom have no less significance, at least on a regional basis. Stone and bronze sculptures and epitaphs protect the memory of both important figures from the country's past and those who made sacrifices for their country. Although many stem from events in Thailand's modern history, others date through to Thailand's prehistory. Housed in ruins and temples with the influences of Khmer and other kingdoms, they represent a range of actual deities and religious figures and those based in mythology. Wherever you are in Thailand, visiting local monuments and shrines will give you a worthwhile insight into important aspects of the country's history and culture.
Museum
Suan Pakkad Palace
Suan Pakkad Palace
Thailand has an abundance of museums for you to discover and while almost every province has a National Museum covering important aspects of that area's past the Bangkok National Museum is the largest museum in Southeast Asia and a place not to be missed. All periods and styles are represented and there are large collections of royal regalia, musical instruments, weaponry, textiles and all kind of arts on display.

Another ‘must-visit’ museum is the Royal Barges Museum showing fantastically ornamented boats used in ceremonial processions on the river. Bangkok’s museums cover every possible subjects – be it pottery, classical or temporary art, science and astrology, photography, stones and minerals or antiques from the prehistoric to the Rattanakosin Era. And for the brave ones there is even a forensic museum housing corpses of infamous murderers.
Theatre / Concert Hall / Show
Joe Louis
Muangthai Rachadalai Theatre
Where to see ?
Theatrical events in Bangkok include traditional Thai dance and puppet performances, English and Thai dramas, musical performances and concerts by international artist.

The Thailand National Theater is the major venue for Thai classical drama performances and concerts as well as Thai dance dramas on weekends. Other venues include the Joe Louis Theater which is specialized in Thai puppetry, the Thailand Cultural Center and Siam Niramit, the Goethe Institute and the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center among others. Driven by experimentation amongst students from various arts facilities, many theatres and institutions now host modern productions with greater western influence than in previous eras.
Exhibition Centre
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
Throughout the year Bangkok is the host to all kind of exhibitions, trade shows and conventions in modern centers like the BITEC Bangna, IMPACT Muang Thong Thani and Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. Some place has show the premier exhibition such as showcases exquisite gens and jewelry, wedding expo, furniture, fashion and food expo, Beauty, Spa, Health & Sport expo, book fair, motor show, Beauty, Spa & Health Grand Sale, Travelling Festival and many exhibition in Bangkok which for tourist can visitor or travel.