Bangkok is a city of amazing skyscrapers, giant shopping malls and exotic restaurants. Every traveller will find entertainment to fit his or her taste in Bangkok. Fans of exploring hidden or unpopular places will also have fun in this wonderful city. Sathorn Unique, which is officially closed for visitors, is one of the most attractive places for untiring explorers. The building is known as the highest abandoned skyscraper in the world. As visiting Sathorn is considered dangerous for life, it is strictly forbidden. However, there’s nothing impossible for curious travellers, and so if you manage to find an experienced stalker in the city, you are guaranteed to have an unforgettable trip.
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Sunken shopping mall New World Mall is a no less interesting place. The history of this mall is simply wondrous. When the shopping mall became abandoned, it turned into an ideal space for mosquitos. As the insects started spreading, citizens of Bangkok were annoyed by that and decided to breed fish in the sunken mall. Officially it is prohibited to visit that place, but again nothing can really stop determined travellers. Besides sunken areas with fish, visitors will see plants that grow among concrete parts. It is also possible to walk on immovable escalators and make unique and memorable photos.
If you are tired of visiting classic museums, head to the JESADA Technik Museum that is located close to the Wat Ngiu Rai station. The museum belongs to a Thai minister, who gathered a giant and interesting collection. Large territory of the museum has become home to countless retro cars, boats and even airplanes. The entrance to the museum is free, and it is possible to spend hours walking among rows of exhibits, making many memorable photos with interesting vehicles and literally touching history. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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One more great way to look at Bangkok from another angle is to walk on its roofs. There are many skyscrapers in the city, and there is nothing difficult in accessing the roof of many of them. To make that you simply need to reach the top floor using elevator, then find a shaft stair and accurately go out to the roof. It is up to you what skyscraper to choose and turn it into an unusual observation deck. One of the most popular skyscrapers for roof exploration, Lebua At State Tower, is located close to the abovementioned Sathorn Unique. Top floors of that building are abandoned and easily accessible using a fire ladder.
Cruises on canals and rivers have become very popular with both locals and travellers. However, the Chao Phraya River, which has won dedication of many guests of the city, is not the only river in Bangkok that is worth exploring. A boat ride in Phra Khanong canal is no less interesting. During such a water ride travellers will be able to see interesting living quarters, watch ordinary life of residents and see numerous sights that are hidden from the majority of tourists.
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Night in Bangkok is the best time for shopping. When the darkness falls in the city, several awesome flea markets open in Bangkok. One can find there interesting souvenirs, antiquities, jewelry in the traditional Thai style and many other unique items. Talad Ratchada and Talad Rod Fai are considered the most popular markets.
If exploration of the national culture is the main purpose of visiting Thailand, don’t forget to visit the island of Ko Kret, which is located on the Chao Phraya River. Unique atmosphere of the island never ceases to amaze its guests, who will be able to attend various culture venues, interesting craft shops, where it is possible to purchase unique items. As this island is not well-known to the majority of travellers, it is not crowded, which is also a big advantage.