The Ghost Tower in Bangkok may be permanently closed, but the views it provided visitors with will not be forgotten.
Picturesque sunsets can be seen throughout the city, but none are as beautiful as those setting over the Chao Phraya River, otherwise known as the River of Kings.
Bangkok was known as the Venice of the East because of the many canals that ran through the city, sadly these were later filled in and roads were built in their place.
Bangkok can sometimes seem to extend endlessly into the distance.
With a population of about eight million people, it’s no wonder the city is seemingly so large and never-ending from its impeccable skylines.
From majestic, temples to concrete, brutalist ruins, the City of Angels will enchant a range of travellers.
In addition to great sunsets, the Chao Phraya River also offers visitors a glimpse into the more serene side of the city.
As soon as the sun sets, the city becomes alive and buzzing with nightlife—even the lightning sometimes joins in.
Equipped with everything from red light districts to modern nightclubs, the city is home to some of the world’s best venues to party in.
The capital of Thailand is a city visitors will not soon forget.