One of the most favourite tourist destinations among bachelors, backpackers and youngsters, Bangkok is for both luxury travellers and those on budget. Along with dazzling pubs, casinos, restaurants, Bangkok also has some breathtaking temples and alluring gardens. If you are on a strict budget and looking for some free and fun things to do then here.
Sprawling across 58 hectares, Lumphini is a gorgeous park with rees, open green areas and lake. When you are tired if the busy streets and maddening pubs, this is the perfect place to stretch and relax.
Khao San Road
Touted as the backpacking capital of the universe, Khao San Road is one of the must-visit places in Bangkok. An absolutely inevitable place in the city, the road is dotted with bars, guesthouses, budget hotels, hostels, and endless street food options. For true Bangkok experience, visit this street and soak in.
One of the best and most famous museums in Thailand is the Bangkokian Museum which is the perfect place to explore the Thai culture. The museum has a range of colourful exhibits which are sure to light up your Instagram feed. Another free museum is Royal Elephant Museum where you can learn everything about elephants. You can also explore modern Thai art at the Silpa Bhirasri Memorial and Museum and the Corrections Museum for free.
The breathtaking temples of Bangkok are world-famous for their unique architecture and picturesque setting. Some of the temples you can visit for free include Wat Mangkorn Kamalawat in Chinatown, Wat Indraviharn in Dusit and Wat Patum Wanaran, and X at the top of the Khao San Road.
Stroll through the beautiful Butterfly Garden which is set on the grounds of Queen Sikit Botanical Garden in Rot Fai Park. This leafy dome is home to more than 500 butterflies and other species of insect. This is the perfect opportunity to capture some colourful, fleeting photos.