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.
Pantip Plaza, MBK Mall and Fortune Town are well known places in Bangkok to find electronic devices such mobile phones, drones, cctv, cameras and small gadgets. Moreover, you can find consumer electronics in nearly all malls in Bangkok, including BigC and Tesco.
However, what if I am looking for electronics supplies for Do-it-Yourself projects (e.g. home automation) or more sophisticated engineering applications?
In this case, you should definitely take a look Ban Mo Market. It is Bangkok's biggest market for electronics supplies and truly a heaven for technology geeks, engineers, technicians and hobbyists.
Bangkok is a vibrant and culturally diverse city that emerged from a small fisherman's village to a world metropole. Also known as the "City of Angels" , this metropole is home to numerous sightseeing spots worth visiting. Here is a list of the top 19 attractions and places to visit in Bangkok.
Bangkok is a metropole with a large cultural and ethnical diversity. Although the vast majority of the population is Thai, there are several districts that culturally and ethnically differ from the rest of the city. Generally speaking, it seems like Bankok's tourist and entertainment districts have been slightly segregated by the ethnicity of the cliente.