is considered one of the most astonishing botanical gardens in the area. The vast collection of both orchids and palms bring over 2,000 visitors to the gardens per day, and hosts many Thai shows that feature the unique culture and heritage of the land. The garden also features an Ant Tower and a Butterfly Hill for visitors to learn about these insects first hand.
was constructed in 1782 and has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since it was built. It is a giant complex of buildings with intricate designs and architecture sure to wow any tourist. The Emerald Buddha at the Grand Palace is one of the most important images of Buddha in Thailand. The Grand Palace is a huge tourist stop, so be sure to bring your patience and put on your walking shoes when exploring the 2.35 million square feet palace.