If art and architecture isn't really your thing; if you look for a more shivering, bizarre and creepy experience, you might be better off by visiting the Siriraj Medical Museum in Bangkok. It will be definitely an experience that you won't forget easily. Besides learning a lot about human anatomy, diseases, forensics and medical history in Thailand, you will have the chance to see lots of embalmed and dissected dead human bodies and organs.
As the name suggests, Thailand is the origin of Muay Thai (Thai-Boxing), a martial arts combat sport, that is well known around the world. It's a national sport and moreover, it's part of Thailand's culture and history. The best fighters of the nation compete against each other at 4 prestigeous Muay Thai stadiums in Bangkok.
Bang Krachao is a green, scarcely inhabited island on the Chao Praya River in southern Bangkok. Despite being situated close to downtown Bangkok, this island is a great contrast to the rest of the city. It's calm and green, consisting mostly of forests and farmland, while the inhabited areas of the island resemble a quiet fisherman's village.
Dusit Palace (also known as Suan Dusit) is a large compound consisting of royal palaces, mansions, throne halls and several museums. Home to the deceased King Bhumibol Aduljadeh and his wife Queen Sirikitt, this site plays an important role to the royal family and is one of the main landmarks of Bangkok.
The Jim Thompson House is a unique museum in Bangkok's Phatumwan District – not far from MBK Mall. It’s the former residence of ex-OSS agent (Office of Strategic Services - predecessor of the CIA), businessman and art-collector Jim Thompson, who played an important role in reviving Thailand’s silk industry.