A Comprehensive Guide to Exploring the Artsy Side of Bangkok

In the eyes of many people, Bangkok is a modern metropolis with shopping paradises like Siam Square and King Power Duty Free. However, a city has many sides, and in Bangkok, you can not only speed up your pace and travel between attractions, hotels and shopping malls, but also slow down and let me take you on a different kind of Bangkok tour - seeking the artistic side of Bangkok.

Bangkok Cultural Center is an 11-story cultural center aiming to promote cultural and artistic knowledge to the citizens of Bangkok. It is conveniently located with easy transportation access. The square features several creative statues, and the interior follows a spiral structure with creative stores and areas for artists to showcase and exchange their works. The 7th to 9th floors are dedicated to temporary exhibition areas, where special exhibitions with different themes are frequently held. It is recommended to check the official website in advance for relevant information.

Bangkok museum of contemporary art

The Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as MOCA, in Bangkok has five levels of exhibition halls. The bright and white halls create a surreal atmosphere, and the artists' works here tend to be visual and often feature Buddhist themes, as well as works that reveal and critique social realities. If you have plenty of time, it is worth a visit and is also a popular destination for culture enthusiasts.

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum has branches in many countries, and the one located on the 6th floor of Siam Discovery is the 10th in the world and the first in Southeast Asia. In the museum, you can take photos with wax figures of many big-name celebrities such as Barack and Michelle Obama, Yao Ming, Jay Chou, Justin Bieber, Spider-Man, Superman, Angelina Jolie, and more.
"Eat Me" was selected as one of the 50 best restaurants in Asia in 2015 and also serves as an art gallery, providing a dining experience that is both stylish and delicious.

Red Sky Restaurant and Bar

The Sky bar in Bangkok is the most romantic and comfortable place to experience nightlife. Located on the 55th floor of Red Sky, it is the most well-known and popular rooftop bar among Chinese people. You can even see the sunset in the evening, making it perfect for couples and girlfriends.

Rocket S49

Rocket has 4 branches in Bangkok, each with a unique style and imaginative design. Rocket S49 has been rated as the best coffee shop in Bangkok due to its friendly and handsome staff, warm yellow lighting, and Nordic-inspired interior, which will definitely satisfy your slow-artsy needs.

Hua hin

Hua Hin can be called the backyard of Bangkok, a seaside resort center away from the hustle and bustle, and a legendary seaside paradise. Santorini Park, built in the style of a Greek town, echoes white walls with blue roofs and a romantic Ferris wheel, allowing you to wander in a fairy tale sea.

Baan One Love Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya, the former capital of Siam, is filled with Khmer-style pagodas. Most tourists head to Ayutthaya Historical Park, located in the center of the city, to deeply experience its rich history and once flourishing ruins. Wandering around the ancient temples and dilapidated palaces, one can't help but feel a sense of time travel.