Map Route

Day 1

Bangkok Arts and Culture Centre
Taking its architectural cues from the Guggenheim Museum,The Bangkok Arts and Culture Centre is the epicenter of Bangkok’s contemporary art and culture scene. Peruse permanent and visiting exhibitions of paintings, sculptures, and music or dance performances.

Dinner • Red Sky
Now it is time to take in the incredible Bangkok skyline at a rooftop restaurant. There are quite a few places in town that offer sky-high dining, and some are much taller than Red Sky, but you can’t beat this location, where the view here is absolutely breathtaking. This chic urban bistro also has a fine wine and martini bar in case you need a bit of libation to conquer a fear of heights.

Day 2

Pak Klong Talat
Early risers are in for a treat at Pak Klong Talat flower market. See a riot of colors and fragrances, where you can pick up a huge gorgeous bouquet for a fraction of the price you find in other countries. The market buzzes throughout the morning, but try to get there before dawn to really experience the animated atmosphere.atmosphere.

Thai Cooking Class
Want to impress your friends back home with some masterful culinary creations? Then head to the Cordon Bleu Dusit Culinary School, where professionals, amateurs and gastronomic enthusiasts come for a superior culinary education. Students at all levels learn from the Chef’s expertise, experience and personal interpretation of the culinary arts. Training emphasis will be on the teaching of classical French techniques in a Thai context.

Pak Klong Talat

Day 3

Pahurat Market
Head to Bangkok’s Little India, Pahurat Market, and you can see a wide range of colorful textiles, silk, cotton, wool and cashmere,
while the chatter of Thai, Indian, Punjabi, and English fill the air. At the heart of the community is a Sikh temple, Gurdwara Siri Guru Singh Sabha, topped with a dazzling golden dome.

Suan Lum Night Bazaar
Here is one more chance to pick up some great souvenirs at reasonable prices. At Suan Lum Night Bazaar, you can pick up just about everything you could want from the larger Jatujak Weekend Market, with the added benefit of being open seven days a week during the cooler evening hours. While browsing, check out the famous Joe Louis Puppet Theater, or enjoy the night atmosphere in the outdoor beer garden, complete with live music entertainment.