The Jim Thompson House- . Proceed to the lovely former home of Jim Thompson. Enjoy lunch at the excellent restaurant and then explore the grounds and his art collection; the traditional-style teak home is a must for admirers of Thai antiques and interior design.
Chao Phraya River- This river bisects the city and is a busy waterway used for transportation by an elaborate network of ferries and water taxis. Ride on a commuter canal boat to Ratanakosin Island.
Arun Residence- This is the perfect stop for lunch before continuing to Bangkok’s central market, a labyrinthine maze of stalls along the river. Enjoy a delicious meal, overlooking the beautiful temple Wat Arun.
The Peninsula Bangkok- One of Bangkok’s most prestigious addresses, the Peninsula offers outstanding service, spacious guestrooms overlooking the river, and countless little luxuries like exotic fruits, and Thai flowers.
Ratanakosin Island- Take a ride on a commuter canal boat to Ratanakosin Island, the “old city,” which houses many of Bangkok’s most important temples, administrative buildings, and museums.