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- The small hill of this stupa with gardens and views makes it more interesting than other temples, and the history is also interesting. The sacred vultures are a bit grim but give you a perspective of Bangkok challenges during time of choleraWritten August 4, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I love this mall. It has everything you could possibly need. Go grab some food at the massive food court and then go get some luxury shopping done right above!Written July 19, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The river itself is very windy and pretty. You can take a river taxi to see the temples. I highly recommend taking a dinner cruise so you can explore the river at night. Everything is very pretty all lit up. The river stays pretty busy with multiple taxis and Ferries all day.Written July 3, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- An iconic building that has beautified the Bangkok skyline. From the highest point in Bangkok, you can see all around. It is recommended to visit in the early evening and enjoy both day and night.
Order a cocktail from the Sky Lounge bar and enjoy it in style!Written July 31, 2022
- Many taxi drivers will try to overprice their fee without using their meter. This is the cheapest way to go around and it goes everywhere. Just get your google maps or ask to the ticket seller where you need to get off the train to reach a specific location. Quite easy and quick.Written August 9, 2022
- Very impressive mall with Maserati and Porche dealerships inside. Food court with bangkok street food venues where I had excellent pad thai for 100 baht.Written August 7, 2022
- Excellent food. Cheap prices. Rich food with many choices. Central location. Best option for food among malls in Bangkok.Written July 24, 2022
- I quite appreciated taking a walk around the park in the late afternoon. Picturesque, and some interesting wildlife.
It seems pretty active and lots going on. ALL those out walking or jogging for exercise are moving in the same direction. Unsure if this is a written or unwritten rule? Interesting behaviour! There was an interesting class going on when I finished - Zumbw outside or some such.Written July 20, 2022
- I'be been here before COVID and the experience was very different. COVID took is toll in Bangkok. Only about 25% of the stalls are occupied it is really sad to see a once buzzing area changed to a tranquil and quite place.
Bring said the above it is still worthwhile visiting. Eating here is memorable. I ate the best Thai cuisine dish at KUE Sa Wa Dee out of all the previous 15+ trips to Bangkok and the islands.
Big wheel is still operational as well as the spooky: Mystery Mansion. Still a big photo opportunity marketWritten May 13, 2022
- Nice place to spend a couple of hours, specially if you are visiting with kids. Try to match your timings with the feeding shows.
Tip: Buy your tickets in advance. At the location they offer a combined ticket only along with the Madam Tussaud museum so if you dont want to go there you will waste some money.Written June 30, 2022
- Happy to visit a safari that full of healthy animals! The animals there are quite active. Bring a small portable fan. The weather in Bangkok is quite hot. Don't bother to try the river cruise. With THB 380 per pax is not worth it. Taking picture with orang utan is THB100 per person is worth it. The orang utan is so adorable. Feeding giraffe is fun too. THB100 per bucket of food.Written June 23, 2022
- We took the BTS skytrain from Saphan Taksin to Sala Daeng in the direction of National Stadium (bought single tickets at the counter in the station) . We walked the rest of the way, passing through Patpong Market which was just an empty-ish street at 10am, so no shocks for our children.
Adult tickets were 200 THB and students (19 and 17 years) 100 THB and our 12 year old 50 THB. The entrance was very easy to find.
You pass a cafe which we didn’t use but feel we could have, and a drinks shop with cans of recognisable brands for 50 THB.
There is an outdoor area with snakes in habitats and just enough information. This is also where snake handling takes place in the afternoon (about 2pm).
Directly behind this area is a modern building with more (even better) snake displays. Read the key as you go in so you know what the symbols mean on the cages. This is also where the 11am snake venom extraction takes place - there is a small auditorium and an enclosed room where 3 snakes were milked the day we visited.
Oh take masks as everyone was wearing them in this building.
Our teens loved this - it was definitely worth going out of our way for.
We continued on to the Flower Market via the Blue Line metro from Sam Yan to Sanam Chai.Written July 27, 2022
- It is only 30-40 mins from central Bangkok. It is opened during weekends 8.00-17.00 but most of food stalls are shut at 15.00... I reckon you come here before 10am just to avoid the crowd and easy to find parking space/dining table. It is pretty busy after 11am.
You can buy food and sit anywhere you want. Try to get tables near the canal for floating market atmosphere. More food at the market on the left side from market entrance. The one on the right side is smaller.
Long Tail Boat trips are available for shared and private boat. I have eaten a lot of food and bought some clothes from here. Polite and kind local people tho. Highly recommended,Written July 10, 2022
- It is very quiet and we have this place taking the picture without rush or other visitors to block your way.Written June 16, 2022
- Central World is touted as the largest lifestyle shopping complex in the region and a trip to here explains. The greater complex actually host a hotel, office space, cinema and even an indoor ice skating rink, but for tourists… let’s review shopping and food! The sprawling premise offers an unrivalled mix and range of products and services that will put the fun back into shopping for all.
Not quite the High-end (likes of ICONSIAM) it’s value proposition is that of a Mid-class shopping center. Still Central World's brought in good mix of renowned brands. Alongside department stores there are both local and overseas brand that one can send hours shopping! I myself bought a Japanese Kamimura shirt with a great discount at Central Department Store, pity they do not carry Yibesu.
Dining at Central World is a treat for the palate, there's something to suit all styles and budgets. One can sample authentic Thai food in the comfort of restaurants and the many overseas cuisines from around the world. In fact there was a Japanese Fair area and many things Japanese are available,
Conveniently linked to the continuous R-Walk we dropped by Central twice during our 5-nighhts Stay nearby. Definitely recommended for all.Written August 1, 2022