Temple of Dawn ซอยปรกอรุณ อรุณอมรินทร์ Wat Arun, Bangkok Yai Bangkok 10600, Thailand
Wat Arun, locally known as Wat Chaeng, is situated on the west (Thonburi) bank of the Chao Phraya River. It is easily one of the most stunning temples in Bangkok.
From Don Mueang International Airport, catch A1 bus to Mo Chit BTS station. Then take Sukhumvit Line to Siam BTS station, transfer to Silom Line to get to Saphan Taksin. Walk to Sathorn pier and ride tourist boat to Tha Thien pier. Then take a ferry from Tha Thien to Wat Arun.
The ancient pyramidal constructions are extremely beautiful, you can take lots of beautiful photos.
Be warned that shoes come off when you enter the wat, so try to wear ones that will come off and on easily.
You can enjoy silence, peace, monks praying and the atmosphere is very peaceful.
There is an elegant garden also, with lots of beautiful bonsai and typical flowers.
The Dome at lebua, 1055, Silom Road, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Sky Bar's innovative cocktails, striking atmosphere and spectacular views have made it a highlight of the Bangkok nightlife scene, and creations like the interesting Poptails where the mixologist brings together the cocktails and popsicle ice for the summer
The outside lounge area is a bit grotty but as you eventually move to the dining area, the view is spectacular
Girls - be careful what you wear on a windy day, you have to hold your skirt down in the wind a lot!!
Dress in smart casual attire as there's a rather strict dress code to adhere if you wish to enter the skybar.
Damnoen Saduak District Ratchaburi, Thailand
Damnoen Saduak is the biggest and the most famous Floating market in Thailand. Though it’s very touristy but you can experience the unique floating market.
Book a tour to floating market with travel agents. Wake up early in the morning and prepare everything you need for this day trip.
Some paddle boats doesn't have a roof or cover, so if you're very afraid of the sun, bring a hat or umbrella.
For "shopping", you really have to bargain hard!!! A 900 Baht wood souvenir can be bargained to 200 Baht, maybe even less!
If you are keen on lemurs and snakes, you'll also find some guys carrying them around.
Make sure when you are on the boat that if you see something you want to tell the driver so they can stop for you, otherwise it goes very quick and you will be out in the housing canals before you know it!
Tiger Temple, or Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua, is a Theravada Buddhist temple in western Thailand that was founded in 1994 as a forest temple and sanctuary for wild animals, among them several tigers, the majority of which are Indochinese tigers.
If you love Tigers and would like to touch them feed them and walk with Tigers. Tiger Temple is a perfect destination for you.
Here you can feed the baby tigers and you have an option to walk with the tiger till the Den.
All the money you pay for is for the welfare of these animals and to maintain all the temple expenses.
Take your camera - there is no extra charge, the staff will be happy to help.
Make sure you LISTEN to the guides! There are rules for what to wear, where to stand, not to lean on things, and also height requirements for kids.