Five things to see in Sukhumvit, Bangkok

Sukhumvit is a major road in Thailand and one of the world’s longest streets. This means that visitors have a lot to see when they visit this boulevard. Here are five must-see things to see in Sukhumvit.

1. Terminal 21 – travel around the globe under the same roof

Terminal 21 is one of the coolest themed malls in Bangkok, with a range of interesting restaurants, shops and leisure options all in a global setting. The various levels of the malls are styled as an airport and represent international destinations. Visitors get to wander through Istanbul, San Francisco, Tokyo, London, Paris and other touristic cities, with heaps of striking features such as replicas of the Golden Gate Bridge and Eiffel Tower. Here is Terminal 21’s website

2. Kamthieng House Museum – visitors get to learn and find real peace

This 160-year-old traditional teakwood building from northern Thailand is the ideal place for visitors who want to live and experience a cultural experience as they get to learn more about Thailand rural life. It’s an authentic sanctuary of peace mainly designed to send visitors back into time, showing them how Thai were living many years ago.

3. Museum of Science and Planetarium – must-sees include Children’s Discovery House and the Aquatic World

Museum of Science and Planetarium is the spot for visitors who want to learn about deep space, the environment, natural history and science and technology in an informal surrounding. The onsite planetarium has a section on the amazing life of stars and a large projection of the solar system.

4. Browse the lively markets – experience the magnetic appeal and energetic vibe the markets have to offer

Visitors can start their stroll at Soi1 1 and make their way past the street vendors and finish at Soi 20. There is something for everyone; the available products include unique souvenirs, trinkets, sunglasses and cheap clothes.

5. Rama IX Park – visit one of Bangkok’s largest green spaces

Rama IX Park features a huge lake, a beautiful botanical garden and scenic gardens inspired by different countries around the world. It will take visitors a few hours to wander around this beautiful park while exploring.

Before visitors plan to pack their bags to travel to Bangkok and see the eye-catching things Sukhumvit has to offer, they should book accommodation ahead in time. There are lots of impressive hotels such as Landmark Bangkok Sukhumvit, which offers 31 storeys of luxurious, spacious guest rooms, nine dining outlets and a rooftop swimming pool.

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