Bangkok attracts tourists throughout the year with its various attractions. Among them, the Suan Pakkad Palace Museum, Ko Kret and Ban Kham Thieng deserve special mention.
Suan Pakkad Palace served as the residence of Thailand's leading art collector Princess Chumphot, and has eight traditional wooden Thai houses set in its beautiful garden. The museum presents a display of antiques.
Ko Kret is an untouched island community in the north of Bangkok. The island is inaccessible by road and its inhabitants depend on pottery and plantation for their living. Highways and ferry services take tourists to Ko Kret on excursion trips.
The two-century-old Ban Kham Thieng teak house preserves traditional tools of rice field farmers and fishermen. It was brought from Chiang Mai and rebuilt in Bangkok. It depicts northern rural life at its best.
Bangkok also has a number of temples. These include the Wat Pho, Wat Saket, Wat Sutat, Wat Traimit and Wat Mahathat. Bangkok also has a rich and vibrant nightlife with bars and trendy nightclubs.
While there is a wonderful floating market in Damnoen Saduak, China Town is the old business centre of Bangkok that has all types of wares on sale. Food lovers can savour Thai dishes like grilled meats, fruits, noodles, etc. at the roadside stalls as well as restaurants.
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