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Jim Thompson House

Day 1


Jim Thompson House
Peer into the world of American silk mogul Jim Thompson, known for revolutionizing the Thai silk industry, and his collection of Southeast Asian art. This ornate home in central Bangkok has a large collection of Buddhist and secular art not only from Thailand but also from Burma, Cambodia and Laos on display. English speaking guides are available to ensure that you don’t mysteriously vanish into the wilderness like Jim did years ago.

Magical Deity Tour
Scattered in the vicinity of bustling Ratchaprasong intersection, there are six hallowed shrines to Hindu gods worth visiting in order to boost your karma, make a wish, or just admire the craftsmanship and ambience of the devoted. All within walking distance, this auspicious circumambulation can be completed in just a few hours, starting at the most famous one, the Erawan Shrine, then down the street to Indra, across the street to Vishnu, up to Lakshmi (at Gaysorn), then finally over to the Trimutri and Ganesha shrines adjacent to CentralWorld. Afterwards, you may find yourself feeling lucky and blessed.

Day 2


Muang Boran
If we told you that you could see all of Thailand in one day, would that be something you’d be interested in? Take your entourage on a whirlwind tour of Thailand from the North to the South at Muang Boran. Life-size and miniature reproductions of the country’s most prominent landmarks past and present are positioned in a vast park in the shape of Thailand. Rent a bicycle or drive, but don’t forget your camera!

Dinner in Yaowarat
Bangkok’s Chinatown is one of the oldest areas of the city, originally inhabited by traders from China. Snaking through the heart of it all, Yaowarat Road is a lively locale full of gold shops, colorful fruit carts, Chinese shrines, and the sights, scents, and flavors of amazingly delicious Thai-influenced Chinese food, from dim sum to stuffed sheet noodles to grilled pork skewers to roasted chestnuts.

Dinner in Yaowarat
Siam Museum
Wat Pho

Day 3


Siam Museum
Take a tour through Thai history at Siam Museum that serves as a learning center for ethnology, anthropology, and other fields related to Thai society and Southeast Asia. The many areas of the museum include various exhibition rooms that provide unique insight into the past of Thailand through interactive cultural displays. This is a great place for visitors that want to go the extra mile in understanding their holiday destination.

Wat Pho
Once you’ve gained some knowledge about Thai regality and Buddhism, it’s time to find a little Zen relaxation of your own at Wat Pho. This is the spot in Bangkok for authentic Thai massages, as Wat Pho is home to the renowned massage school. After a massage here, you’ll be adorned with a similarly relaxed pose as the giant reclining Buddha so prominently displayed.