6 Free places in Thailand
There some places do not require the tourist to pay. Sometimes, they will help you save a lot of costs incurred, to travel Thailand more comfortable.
Asiatique shopping mall offers free ship
Some places in Thailand, such amusement parks and shopping Asiatique offers free ships for carrying tourists to the place, parallel to it is also non-free flight. Of course, if you pay, you will have more comfortable seats, as well as boats do not have to wait too long.
Free bus at the airport
Bangkok city has 2 international airport Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Muang. Normally, the cheap airlines will land at Don Muang airport. But if you have a schedule to another place or in the center, the use of feeder buses to reach the airport Suvarnabhumi is an optimal choice.
A courtyard in front of Siam Mall or Central World is so large that there are regularly musical performances which are organized absolutely free. If you want to enjoy this vibrant atmosphere remember coming here in the evening in Bangkok.
Muay Thai battle
Muay Thai is considered the traditional martial arts or a separate culture. At 6 pm every Wednesday at MBK Shopping Mall weekly, Fight Night program takes place in the external trade center will attract hundreds of boxers from around the world who come here to competi, would help you enjoyable.At the corner of Ploenchit and Ratchadamri Road intersection (near BTS Chitlom Station), Erawan Shrine temple worship Hindu deities – Brahma very sacred, attracts thousands of tourists visit every day . It usually takes place dance activities on holidays should look right on you can watch for free.
The Bangkok Art Building and Culture Center
This art space was opened in 2008 and located opposite the MBK Shopping Mall Center in Siam Square. This building is the location that Thai artists often hold exhibitions of modern art, concerts or cultural events, education.
Vegetarian foods at pagoda
It is not difficult to enter a pagoda to ask for a free vegetarian meal in Thailand, so if it is possible you should also try. If you are nimble you can ask for assisting the monks here, to learn more about the concepts of Buddhism in Thailand.
This is a royal palace made of teak wood, influenced architectural style palace in Europe and is surrounded by museums, gardens and canals. The palace was built in 1900 under the command of King Rama V. Guests will be able to enter it for free in one week if they have Grand Palace ticket.Free trainIn some poor rural areas, the King of Thailand has arranged a number of rail lines for free to the poor. If you want to experience, you can also try but these trains are often very crowded trains. Therefore, if your health is not good, then buy a ticket to another flight.