Free activities in Thailand

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Some of the notable free activities in Thailand

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Free ship transit

Some places in Thailand, such as the amusement and shopping areas of Asiatique, offer free ship services to travelers, alongside with the paid one. Of course, when you pay, you will have more comfortable seats and you do not have to wait too long.

Free bus transit

Bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport @ Travel Adept

Bangkok has two international airports, Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Muang. Normally, budget airlines will land at Don Muang Airport. But if you plan to go to another location or to the central area, the use of a shuttle bus to Suvarnabhumi Airport is an excellent option.

Music festivals

The space in front of the Siam Commercial Center or Central World area is quite large, so free music festivals are often held here. If you want to enjoy the exciting atmosphere remember to come here every night in Bangkok.

Martial art/dance shows

Muay Thai is a traditional martial art or a unique thing in the culture of Thailand. At 6 pm every Wednesday at MBK Shopping Mall, the Fight Night show outside the mall attracts hundreds of martial artists from all over the world. This will surely satisfy your needs for a good martial art show.

At the corner of Ploenchit and Ratchadamri Road (near Chitlom Station), the Erawan Shrine worships a holy Hindu – Brahma god, attracting thousands of visitors every day. This place often performs dance activities on the holidays. Should you visit at the right moment you can watch for free.

The Bangkok Art and Culture Center

The Bangkok Art and Culture Center @ Worlds to Trek

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

Vegetarian meal at the temple

It is not difficult to enter the temple to enjoy a vegetarian meal, so when you have the chance, you should also try it. If you are a quick learner, you can also apply for a job as a Buddhist monk to learn more about the Buddhist concept in Thailand.

Vinanmek Palace

Vinamek Palace @ Trip Advisor

This is a royal palace made of teak, influenced by the architecture of the European palaces and surrounded by museums, gardens, and canals. The palace was built in 1900 under the orders of King Rama V. Visitors will be granted free entry to the Vinanmek Palace when they present the tickets to the Grand Palace within a week.

Free train tickets

In some poor rural areas, the King of Thailand arranged some free railroads for the poor. If you want to experience, you can also try but note that the train is often crowded. Therefore, when your health is not good, you should buy a ticket for another trip.

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