What people do in Bangkok?

What people do in Bangkok?

Normally because of the weather, lifestyle and enormous size you can do 2 things in Bangkok per day – Morning and Evening and something very relaxing in the afternoon like massage, swimming or just procrastinating. To get the impression about the city and see at least 5% of its beauty I suggest to stay 4-5 days including weekend, if you want to do some of famous day trips and overnight trips you need more time. Bangkok is a lot more than just a Grand Palace

a)Cultural stuff (info about popular What Pho, Wat Arun and Grand palace you can find online) I will try to introduce less crowded but still amazing experiences
Any cultural places will expect you to wear long pants with a belt and a shirt with a sleeve
–Wat Suthat (budget per person 220 baht)
–Kamavijitra, Erotic Art Museum (budget 600 baht per person)
–Suan Pakkad (budget per person 220 baht)
–Ayutthaya (budget per person 400 baht)
–Baan Silapin Artist’s House (Puppet show) (budget per person 400 baht)

b)Weekend markets (info about popular Chatuchak, Damian Saduak Floating market and Chatuchak Green you can find online)
–Morning: Baan Krachao – Talad Nam Phun (budget per person 300 baht)
–Morning-Daytime: Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market (budget per person 700 baht)
–Evening: Talad Rot Fai (Budget per person 700 baht)

c)Local lifestyle
–Klong Toei Fresh market (Budget per person 120 baht)
–Koh Kret (Budget per person 400 baht)
–Amphawa floating market (Budget per person 700 baht)

d)Boxing Match (Budget per person 1900 baht)

e)Boxing School (Budget per person start 500 baht)

f)Thai cooking class (Budget per person start 1100 baht)

g)Massage (Budget per person start 400 baht)

h)Street food (Budget per person start 35 baht)

–Rooftop bar (Budget per person 300 baht up)
–Nightlife (Budget per person 300 baht up)