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While Sukhumvit Road is better known for shopping than interesting attractions, there several interesting sites that tourists may appreciate. They help pass the time and offer some insights into Thai culture and history. Overall, Sukhumvit is a crowded and modern area, but that may be just what you are looking for. Its numerous businesses and masses of people make for an interesting site all their own.
Not far from the BTS Asok, Terminal 21 has a number of interesting areas meant to mimic cities from around the world, from London to Tokyo. This fun set-up allows you to explore these different sites, do some shopping, and have a light meal. Travel around the globe all in Bangkok. Terminal 21 is located on Sukhumvit Road and is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Pridi Banomyong Institute is a great place to go to experience modern and traditional Thai culture. In addition to art works, you can enjoy film screenings as well as performances by actors, dancers, and other artistic performances. Check ahead of time to ensure that there is an event occurring when it is time for your visit. You may even have a chance to participate in a seminar or workshop. The Institute is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30. It is closed on Monday.
The Kamthieng House Museum is a fascinating structure. It is a teak house dating back to the 1800s. Built by a rice farmer beside the Ping River, the house today belongs to an organization known as the Siam Society, which aims to preserve Thai cultural treasures and traditions. Visitors are welcome to browse the library, which contains many interesting history books and historical documents. The Siam Society sometimes holds events and lectures here. The house itself contains many interesting artifacts and examples of objects from 19th century life. Kamthieng House is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed Mondays.
Ardel’s Third Place Gallery is a great place to check out some modern Thai artists’ works. You can even participate in workshops if you are planning to be in town for a while. There are a number of special events here held throughout the year. Appreciate everything from photography to painting at this fine gallery. It is closed on Mondays but is open from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, closing early on Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
The Museum of Science and Planetarium is the perfect place to go to learn about everything scientific or technology focused. Check out exhibits about everything from animals and plants to space and computers. It is mainly aimed at kids, but anyone can enjoy this interesting museum and especially the planetarium shows. There are different exhibits and areas that focus on various fields and topics. The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Benjasiri Park is one of the most popular parks in Bangkok. One of its special attractions is its artwork. Sculptures can be found all around Benjasiri Park. A visit to the park allows you to appreciate nature in the heart of a bustling city neighborhood. It is common for locals to practice meditation and to exercise here. The park is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
For just ten Baht you can enjoy the biggest green area in Bangkok. Rama IX Park gives its visitors the perfect chance to enjoy a bit of nature away from the crowded streets. With a lake and many gardens, Rama IX Park is a popular place to relax, play games, or simply take a stroll.