Note the free experience when traveling to Thailand

When knowing where no payment is required, sometimes it will save you a lot of expenses incurred, to make your trip to Thailand more comfortable.

Free ship

Some places in Thailand, such as the Amiatique amusement and shopping area, offer free trains to transport tourists to their destinations, along with a fee trip. Of course, when paying, you will have more comfortable seats, and not have to wait for the boat too long.

Shuttle bus

Bangkok has 2 international airports: Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Muang. Usually, low-cost carriers will land at Don Muang airport. But if you plan to go to a different place or downtown, using the shuttle bus to Suvarnabhumi airport is an optimal choice.

Music festival

The large yard in front of Siam shopping center or Central World area is quite large, so often organize music shows for free. If you want to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere, remember to come here every night in Bangkok.

See martial arts - dance

Muay Thai is considered a traditional martial art or a unique cultural feature. At 6 PM every Wednesday at MBK Shopping Mall, the Fight Night program takes place outside the shopping center will attract hundreds of martial artists from around the world to come here to compete. you voyeuristic.

At the intersection of Ploenchit and Ratchadamri Road (near Chitlom BTS Station), there is the Erawan Shrine worshiping a sacred Hindu - Brahma god, attracting thousands of visitors every day. There are often dancing and singing activities on holidays so you can watch for free on the occasion.

The Bangkok Art and Culture Center Building

This art space was opened in 2008 and is located opposite MBK Shopping Mall at Siam Square. This building is a place where Thai artists organize contemporary art exhibitions, concerts or cultural and educational events.

Vegetarian rice at the temple

It is not difficult to enter the temple to enjoy a vegetarian meal, so when possible you should try it. If you are quick, you can also apply to help the monks, to learn more about the Buddhist concept in Thailand.

Vinanmek Palace

This is a royal mansion made of teak, influenced by European palace architectural style and surrounded by museums, gardens and canals. The palace was built in 1900 under the order of King Rama V. Guests will receive a free admission to Vinanmek Palace when presenting a ticket to visit the Grand Palace within 1 week.

Free train

In some poor rural areas, the king of Thailand has arranged a number of free railways for the poor. If you want to experience, you can also try but note that this train is often very crowded. Therefore, when your health is not good, buy another ticket.