Home of a respected research library , a century old residence relocated from Chiang Mai.
Jim Thompson’s House
The two-storey teakwood house once was the home of Jim Thompson. The first floor comprises a dining room, a living room, a study room, a guest room and Thompson’s bedroom.
Bangkok Art and Culture Center
The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) becomes a meeting point for artists or audiences and also a creative hub for everyone.
Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, Bangkok
This 10th installation of the over-200-year legendary wax museum exhibits over 70 wax figures of world famous people
The Erawan Shrine was originally built in 1956 as something of a last-ditch effort to end misfortunes that occurred during the construction of a hotel, at that time known as the Erawan Hotel. After several incidents ranging from injured construction workers to the sinking of a ship carrying marble for the hotel, a Brahmin priest was consulted. Since the hotel was to be named after the elephant escort of Indra in Hindu mythology, the priest determined that Erawan required a passenger, and suggested it be that of Lord Brahma. A statue was built and, lo and behold, the misfortunes miraculously ended.
Sao Ching Cha or Giant Swing
A must visit Landmark of Bangkok, the giant swing represents the movement of the God Shiva and its usage was reserved purely for a spectacular game performed at grand ceremonies.