What to do in Bangkok?

Does your business bring you to Bankok? Is there a convention or trade show in Bangkok you will attend? Then a unique mix of cultures awaits you. On the one hand the many Buddhist temples, the national museum, the national gallery, the National Theater and not to forget the Grand Palace - the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok, you must visit when you are in the city. The magnificent Royal Palace is a huge building complex that is beautifully decorated with ceramic tiles. On the other hand, the modern Bangkok with universities, business districts, location for trade fairs, conferences and conference hotels.

Discover the metropolis Bangkok

The many shopping streets, boulevards and restaurants reflect Western influences paired with Asian tradition. Whether a snack from the kitchen corner or from the food court - with the better hygienic environment, an English afternoon tea in one of the many hotels, or a dinner river cruise - Bangkok's cuisine offers choice for every taste. From simple to gourmet, from European, Oriental to Asian - Bangkok's cuisine is as international as the people who live, work or visit the megacity as a tourist.

Perhaps after your meeting you will have time to get to know the country and the people. Bangkok as a city is anyway worth seeing. But just a bit outside the city is much to discover, too.

- Only 122 km from Bangkok is the famous bridge on the Kwai. In the midst of a beautiful region of mountains and valleys it still reminds of the war of that time.
- At the Rose Garden, just west of the city, you can experience traditional dances, Thai songs and rooster fights in the middle of a magnificent garden.
- For early risers, the floating market of Damnoan Saduak is highly recommended. On the narrow canals, there are innumerable small boats where local women sell their goods. Enjoy the colorful spectacle and the lively atmosphere of the market.

Bangkok - a vibrant city in a stunning country awaits you for your next meeting, conference or fair.