|Grand Palace||Sampaeng Lane|
|Wat Pho||Bangkok Flower Market|
|Wat Tramit||Charoen Krung Road|
|National Gallery||Wat Saphanthawong Museum|
|National Museum||Wat Mangkon Kamalawat|
|Khao San Road||Wat Mahathat|
|Soi Rambutri||The Golden Mount|
Khao San and Chinatown are set within what is known as 'Old Bangkok' where most important historical sites are found.
Khao San is set in the northern part of the old city area. The Khao San road itself is very modern and popular predominately with younger backpackers. However, the surrounding area retains a lot of its original character. There are many old wooden buildings, temple complexes, and quiet canal side roads.
Rattankosin is the area between Khao San and Chinatown and the site for the most important historical sights of Bangkok such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Samang Luang which is the park where national events such as royal funerals take place.
Chinatown is the commercial hub of the old city. This area features several exciting markets including Sampeng Lane and the Flower Market. There are also some fantastic Buddhist and Chinese temples well worth visiting. Chinatown is well connected to the rest of Bangkok by public transport with the main railway station (Hualamphong) and an adjacent metro station.