25 Amazing Things To Do In Bangkok (VIDEO)

By Mark Wiens 20 Comments

One month of filming, an entire week of editing…

…60 gigabytes of raw video, over 500 clips, and about 24-hours to upload (on my connection), and I finally present to you “25 Amazing Things To Do In Bangkok,” on video.

It’s been a huge project that I’ve spent a lot of time on, so I’m extremely happy that it’s now live.

Without saying anything further, here’s the video:

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(If you can’t see the video, watch 25 Things To Do in Bangkok on YouTube here)

Here are a few video screenshot highlights:

Wat Arun - Bangkok's Temple of Dawn
Wat Arun – Bangkok’s Temple of Dawn

The reason I like Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) is because you can climb the staircase to the middle level for a great view of central Bangkok and the Chao Phraya River.

Delicious Street Food in Yaowarat, Chinatown
Delicious Street Food in Yaowarat, Chinatown

A visit to Bangkok would be incomplete without dining on the streets!

You don't want to miss a massage!
You don’t want to miss a massage!

What could possibly be better after a large meal than a massage?

Precious loaves of succulent durian at Bangkok's Or Tor Kor Market
Precious loaves of succulent durian at Bangkok’s Or Tor Kor Market

Few Bangkok attractions are more appealing than feasting on something that’s creamier than butter and sweeter than honey.. and it’s all-nat-ur-all too! I’m talking about the king of fruits, and don’t worry, it’s on the list.

Map of Attractions in Video:

Due to many requests I plotting all 25 of these amazing things to do on a map:


View 25 Amazing Things To Do in Bangkok in a larger map

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>>> Grab a copy of my Eating Thai Food Guide right here.

What would you do in Bangkok?

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20 comments. I'd love to hear from you!

  • Yui

    8 years ago

    Great video ????

  • Federico

    10 years ago

    Hello Mark!

    Awesome videos! Since you’re a food lover, you should come to Portugal 🙂 We also have amazing food!
    I’m going to Thailand this summer, any places in the north that you recommend? 🙂

    Cheers!

  • Casey

    10 years ago

    Hi Mark! How are you?
    I really enjoyed watching your videos and places which you had visited.
    Please keep those videos coming and I’ll be here watching wherever you are…..!!
    Btw, this video in Bangkok is fabulous !
    Ciao !

  • Ursula

    12 years ago

    Thank you for the informative video’s. Will be our first visit to Thailand in Feb 2013. Cant wait. The food looks a bit scary!! I dont like strange food. But willing to try good Thai Food.

  • Barry Williams

    12 years ago

    This is a great video! I live in Bangkok and I will need to refer to this again and again in order to better experience my city. It’s embarrassing how few of these places I have been to!

  • Sato

    12 years ago

    I loved this video. I’ve just moved to Bangkok and your web site is helping me a lot. I spend a lot of time here. Thanks Mark.

  • Lilia Santos

    12 years ago

    Love BKK!!! I have been to a few of the places you listed and definitely will make it a point to visit Lumpini Park, Wat Saket and Erawan Museum when i am there in November 2012. Mahalo!

  • Sara

    12 years ago

    OH!!! It was awesome 🙂
    at first I liked Thailand because of a singer (Nichkhun) and now I’m definitely coming to Thailand. I Love the food & markets, EVERYTHING.

  • Eddie Shroff

    12 years ago

    Hi Mark
    An absolute awesome video.
    Wife and i will be comming to Bangkok on 17th January so keep that day free for a lunch or dinner at your favourite Victory monument place we didnt eat at last time without fail:):)
    By the way any place for Satay nearby or a few stops away from Onnut where we last met??
    Did you try the Paki spices??
    Look forward to seeing you. Keep in touch.
    Regds
    Eddie

  • Sheel kant

    12 years ago

    Hi Mark…great job…brought back old memories……shall be in Thailand soon to Try their amazing food…..

  • Madonna

    12 years ago

    Great video Mark! My husband and I are taking our first trip to Bangkok next month. Can’t wait to get there and see everything! Very excited!

  • Chris Deacon

    12 years ago

    Hi Mark,
    Great video! Some excellent inspiration for our next visit. Keep them coming 🙂

  • Naz

    12 years ago

    Hi Mark – loved it. Hoping for my 6th Thailand visit next year. I’m rather addicted and love to see Bangkok through others eyes and for the memories!

    My tip for travellers is to research all the ways to use various modes of transport and study the maps to get orientated (i.e. don’t expect to get a taxi to chinatown – go by sky-train or boat depending where you are). Work out prior to holidaying HOW you’re going to get around to specific places – no wasted time then.

    And imo you can’t do Bangkok justice with a flying 3 day visit. My first time was 1 & 1/2 weeks and set me up for many more enjoyable trips to come. Each time I visit I do new things, taste new food and get to revisit my favourites.

    Keep up the great website!

  • Sue

    12 years ago

    Great video!

  • Henk

    12 years ago

    The essence of Bangkok… great tool to send to your friends / family when they plan to visit Bangkok and they always want to know what to visit!

  • Cory

    12 years ago

    Thank you so much for this informative video. Great guide for my upcoming trip 🙂

  • Fat Chance

    12 years ago

    Nice work on the video. I am so damn hungry I need to leave work. I will put Bankok on the top of my list.

  • Steve C

    12 years ago

    Mark; super tour! I’ve been to Bangkok several times and it’s on my very short list of best cities of the world. I would, however, add another fun thing to do: Ride the river taxis up and down the river. They not only take you somewhere but they’re a cheap sightseeing way to see the city.

  • Jane

    12 years ago

    Great job Mark. I’ve been to most of these places – it’s a great reminder. You’ve given me a few more spots to visit though! Thank you for this labour of love!

  • Tanja

    12 years ago

    Hey Mark, very good and interesting video – thanks a lot. Keep them coming:)