Bangkok Itinerary 6 Days

6 Days in Bangkok Vacation Guide

Bangkok, a place that beckons parties, shopping and all things Thailand is about, is one of the most trodden cities of Southeast Asia. With its fabulous blend of experiences, Bangkok often struggles to fit a traveler’s itinerary for more than three days. Spending a little more time will not just leave you with a cherishing experience but something that is richer and soul-satisfying not to mention adding to your practical knowledge. A plethora of temples, floating markets, night markets, shopping streets, street food, an eclectic nightlife, and a bunch of enlightening museums will keep you engaged in this city that dons a rather suggestive reputation.

Wondering how long in Bangkok is just right? 6 Days in Bangkok may sound like too much albeit perfect to explore the city at your own pace! Here’s what an ideal Bangkok Itinerary 6 Days look like.

What to see in Bangkok in 6 days?

Day 1 In Bangkok 

Some of the best things to do in Bangkok are what you must look forward to on your first day in this city. Begin with the stunning Grand Palace that has since the year 1782, been the abode of the Kings of Siam. This is one of the most photographed sights in Bangkok holding great photogenic appeal. Adjoining this palace is the Wat Phra Kaew where you should proceed next. This is Bangkok’s most beautiful and sacred Buddhist temple. Next up is the most iconic site in Bangkok, the Wat Pho Reclining Buddha that lies just a few hundred meters away from the previous two sites. The Reclining Buddha is one site that does not cease to mesmerize visitors! Towards the evening unwinding at the old market region of Tha Tien Pier is a patent thing to do for both locals as well as visitors. This is a place to fulfill all your culinary ambitions in Bangkok.

Day 2 In Bangkok

Commence your second day in Bangkok by visiting The National Museum that displays some fabulous exhibits holding great significance with Thai art and culture. As the day progresses head to the serene Wat Benchamabophit, which has been a backdrop of several international and national movies alike. After a lunch break get back on your expedition and make your way to the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall. The hall is also referred to as the Phra Thinang Ananta Samakhom which literally means “the place of immense gathering”. An intriguing display of handicrafts and artworks is what you can look forward to this hall. Evenings make it a great time to take a boat ride on the Chao Phraya river and see the Memorial Bridge.

Day 3 In Bangkok

On your third day in Bangkok travel to the city’s suburbs to behold the beautiful Rose Garden. Nestled in the old city, approximately fifty kilometers away from Bangkok, this garden offers a lovely glimpse into the authentic Thai culture. The place boasts of engaging programs including traditional Thai boxing, the very entertaining Thai folk dancing, and thrilling sword fighting among others. You can spend a good half day here easily. As you return in the evening to the city make your way to the Jim Thompson House. This is a site where you can behold enlightenment about the works and exhibits of the American architect and businessman Jim Thompson. You can call it a day unwinding at the Sukhumvit region that is flanked by some of the most happenings malls and streets of Bangkok.

Day 4 In Bangkok

The fourth day in Bangkok is all about leisure. You can head out to the destressing Lumpini Park that features lots of trees and scope for recreation. Next up is some retail therapy at the at bustling Central World Plaza. This is the tenth largest mall in the world and ensures great entertainment! Finally, end the day with a nice drink at the glitzy Sky Bar.

Day 5 In Bangkok

On the morning of your fifth day in Bangkok, head to the Wat Traimit that bequeaths you with an unparalleled tranquility. In the afternoon visit the Siam Paragon which is one of the best places to shop in Bangkok. If you are still up for some more information on Thai history and culture you can make a visit to the Museum Of Siam. In the evening, visit the Wat Suthat to experience their beautiful evening rituals. Towards the night, you can explore the city’s eclectic nightlife!

Day 6 In Bangkok

Last day in Bangkok must cover all the remaining goodness of attractions including the Chinatown. The Chinatown is a vibrant place with several dining options and even some scope for shopping. One last meal at the Verandah or Mandarin Oriental can be a good idea too before you leave Bangkok!

Tours and Activities in Bangkok for 6 Days

Done with sightseeing in Bangkok? Indulge into some unconventional or truly local experiences including tours and experiences which offers more than just the usual touristy stuff!

Best Hotels in Bangkok for 6 Day Trip

These are some of the hotels added in the past by our travelers to their Bangkok itinerary 6 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.

Looking for a Shorter Itineraries for Bangkok

If you are looking for shorter itineraries, checkout Bangkok itinerary 3 days or 4 days in Bangkok. Get hints on planning your weekends or long breaks to enjoy the best of Bangkok.

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