|Kwan-Rium Floating Market|
There is a wide selection of food that you can try and plenty of souvenirs that you can take home. As well as floating restaurants, you can also join boat tours.
|The Ancient City|
The Ancient City is the door opening to the heritage of Thai wisdom. With a wide range of architectural symbols combined with fine arts and craftsmanship, structural layout and natural environment that integrate harmoniously, The Ancient City creates kind of atmosphere that induces visitors to perceive and appreciate the continuity of history, cultures, religions, arts and customs of Thai people from dawn until now.
|Klong Suan Market|
You could either eat as you walked along or sit at the many canal side restaurants. Don’t go expecting air-conditioned comfort. This is the real thing and a slice of life in olden days Thailand.
|The Erawan Museum|
Spend an hour at the Erawan Elephant Museum, the only attraction of its kind in the world. The art works that adorn this huge sculpture of Erawan, the three-headed elephant of Hindu mythology, are awe-inspiring.
|Bang Phli Yai Klang Temple|
The temple contains an immense reclining Buddha image of approximately 53 metres long known as Somdet Phra Sakayamuni Si Sumet Bophit.
|Crocodile Farm and Zoo |
It is the world's largest crocodile farm. The farm has over 60,000 crocodiles of different kinds in various pits. Daily shows feature catching crocodiles bare-handed.
The market starting from 2 am till 2 pm everyday. You can call a sleepless market and it is the only market conserved the traditional Thai way of living.