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Our City Guide

Here are a few things to look out for in and around the city.

  • THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    WAT PHRA KAEO

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    THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    WAT PHRA KAEO

    Wat Phra Kaeo, or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, is one of Thailand’s most popular tourist attractions. Situated within the Grand Palace, it is a sacred symbol of Bangkok, and the most important temple in the kingdom.

  • THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    PHU KHAO THONG

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    THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    PHU KHAO THONG

    Chedi Phu khao Thong, or The Golden Mountain, is a top tourist attraction. During Loy Krathong, there’s an annual festival called “Phu Khao Thong Festival” (the big temple fair) with celebrations lasting 7-10 days.

  • DINING – THAI SIGNATURE DISH

    TOM YUM GOONG

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    DINING – THAI SIGNATURE DISH

    TOM YUM GOONG

    Tom Yum Goong (spicy soup with prawns) is a very popular Thai dish, well known worldwide. Full of hot, spicy and sour flavors, it received “The Most Delicious Food of the World” award from a CNN Survey celebrating tasty dishes from around the globe.

  • THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    WAT PHO

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    THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    WAT PHO

    Wat Pho (the Temple of the Reclining Buddha) is a top-tier royal monastery, regarded as the most important one during the reign of King Rama I. Plaques inscribed with medical texts in the temple received recognition by UNESCO’s Memory of the World Programme.

  • THINGS TO SEE – ALTERNATIVE DIVERSIONS

    Yi Peng

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    THINGS TO SEE – ALTERNATIVE DIVERSIONS

    Yi Peng

    "Yi Peng" is a northern tradition. On the day of the full moon in the 12th month of the Thai lunar calendar, sky lanterns are launched into the air and gracefully float through the skies above Chiangmai, ancient capital of the former Northern kingdom. The festival is a time for making merit, or “tham boon” in the Thai language.

  • THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    The Giant Swing

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    THINGS TO SEE - HISTORICAL SITES

    The Giant Swing

    The Giant Swing, another significant historic monument, was constructed in the days of King Rama I. It had been used as part of Tri Yampawai, a Brahman rite in which priests swing themselves to pay homage to God Shiva, celebrating his annual visit to earth. Today it is located in front of Wat Suthat temple.

  • SHOPPING

    FLOATING MARKET

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    SHOPPING

    FLOATING MARKET

    Bangkok was once known as the Venice of Asia due to its extensive network of canals. People got around by boat, and some sold their goods from their boats. From what was a normal way of life, floating markets have become more of a novelty. Located throughout Bangkok and surrounding provinces, they are extremely popular with both locals and foreign tourists.

  • THINGS TO SEE – ALTERNATIVE DIVERSIONS

    TUK-TUK

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    THINGS TO SEE – ALTERNATIVE DIVERSIONS

    TUK-TUK

    Tuk-Tuk, or 'Sam Lor' (3-wheeler), is one of Bangkok's most recognizable types of transportation. Still popular among tourists and visitors, riding a tuk-tuk is more of an experience than a practical way to get around. So, if it's your first time in Bangkok, there's no harm in giving it a go.

About Us

FCB Bangkok is an affiliate of FCB, Foote, Cone & Belding, one of the world’s largest advertising agency networks, with 120 offices serving clients in 80 countries around the world. We are also a part of Future Marketing Communications Group, one of the leading marketing communication companies in Thailand. Our goal is to build brands through unique creative solutions based on deep consumer insight, and spanning the full 360° spectrum of media touch points. We service our clients with passion and a strong commitment to long term partnerships.

2013

Year Established

61

Number of Staff members

36

Average Age of staff

2

Languages Spoken

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