7 free-activity on the trip to Bangkok
On the tour to discover a country, the cost is one of visitors' concerns. However, in Bangkok, you will have opportunity to join interesting activities, have unforgetable experience without spending money. Thats why the capital city of Thailand attracts thousand of tourists each year.
There are 2 international airports in Bangkok, they are Don Muang and Suvarnabhumi Airport. Normally, tourists to Thailand on budget airlines will land on Don Muang airport. However, if you want to visit city center or other places, taking the free bus to Suvarnabhumi airport will be the best choice.
It is necessary to keep the plane ticket, then register at Gate 8, tourists will have a free seat on the bus 554. The bus goes on motorway that bring you opportunity to contemplate the whole city in the high place, you may never forget this experience.
Enjoy vegetarian food in pagoda, temple
In Thailand, having a vegetarian food in pagodas is normal and easy. That's why you should try this experience and this kind of food once. You can not only enjoy free and tasty food at peaceful atmosphere but also discover Buddhism in Thailand by asking for helping monks.
Visit Bangkok Butterfly Garden & Insectarium
Located in the central of two parks Rotfai and Quen Sikirit, Bangkok Butterfly Garden & Insectarium is the home for over 50 butterfly species over the country. Coming here, tourists may be surprised and enjoy contemplating a lot of butterflies flying in the garden.
Take part in a public aerobics class
Is your back sore after lugging around a backpack? Have you been eating unhealthy holiday foods lately? Head over to Saranrom Park across the street from the Royal Palace. Every evening the park hosts free aerobics classes, open to anyone who wants to join. The people there are friendly, encouraging and always warmly welcome new comers.
The space in front of Siam shopping center and Central World area are wide that are usually used to be the place for free music festival. If you want to join the vibrant atmosphere in music performances or festivals, these places are available and always welcome you.
Enjoy a shadow puppet show
The Khlong Bang Luang Artist Village is made up of a community of artists and enthusiasts who are keen on promoting the place as a cultural centre. Sitting at the heart of the village is Baan Sinlapin, or Artist’s House, which is a café and performance space. The house plays host to a number of paintings, drawings exhibitions and other works of arts by various artists.
The main highlight, however, is the traditional shadow puppet performance that happens on all days except Wednesdays. Dressed in jet black costumes, the performers bring their puppets to life to re-enact scenes from the epic tale of Ramakien. Viewers will be enthralled with the simple, yet excellent performance, especially when the acrobatics begin.
Wander around Chatuchak Weekend Market
Whether you’ve money to shop or not, you can’t miss the world’s largest market. It’s home to over 5,000 stalls which are spread across more than 35 acres and, as you should be able to guess from the name, is open Saturdays and Sundays. Get ready for a sensory overload as you pass stalls selling clothing, religious artefacts, live animals and so on. The stalls start opening at 9 a.m and the market is pretty crowded by the time lunch rolls around, so get there as early as possible.