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Around Bangkok...

Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, is a large city known for ornate shrines and vibrant street life. The boat-filled Chao Phraya River feeds its network of canals, flowing past the Rattanakosin royal district, home to opulent Grand Palace and its sacred Wat Phra Kaew Temple. Nearby is Wat Pho Temple with an enormous reclining Buddha and, on the opposite shore, Wat Arun Temple with its steep steps and Khmer-style spire.

Bangkok welcomes more visitors than any other city in the world and it doesn’t take long to realise why. Bangkok is a city of contrasts with action at every turn. Marvel at the gleaming temples, catch a tuk tuk along the bustling Chinatown or take a longtail boat through floating markets. Food is another Bangkok highlight, from local dishes served at humble street stalls to haute cuisine at romantic rooftop restaurants


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The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace and Wat Prakaew command respect from all who have walked in their sacred grounds. Built in 1782 and for 150 years the home of Thai Kings and the Royal court, the Grand Palace continues to have visitors in awe with its beautiful architecture and intricate detail. Wat Pra Kaew enshrines Phra Kaew Morakot (the Emerald Buddha), the sacred Buddha image meticulously carved from a single block of emerald.

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The Riverfront is one of the most unique and popular night markets in Bangkok. It gives you an experience of shopping in a mall and a night bazaar, both on the same premises. With more than a thousand boutique stalls, 40 swanky restaurants, loads of street-food joints, entertainment avenues and gorgeous riverside views, evenings here fly by like a breeze.

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Chaophraya River

River cruise

Take a break from the business of Bangkok and peacefully sail down the Chao Phraya River. Rather than booking a tour, just ride a local water taxi. You get to see the same things without the steep price tag. During your river ride, you will see hotels, wooden shacks, old colonial buildings, and temples. The local water taxi will also allow you to interact with the locals in comparison to the ones just for tourists.


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Floating Market

Floating market is the pioneer of all floating markets; Damnoen Saduak continues to offer an authentic experience despite its increasingly touristy atmosphere. Imagine dozens of wooden row boats floating by, each laden to the brim with farm-fresh fruits, vegetables or flowers. Food vendors fill their vessels with cauldrons and charcoal grills, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodle’ or seafood skewers upon request.

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Khao San Road

If Bangkok is a city where East greets west, then Khao San Road is the scene of their collision, the place where they jostle for superiority and poke one another in the eye. With travellers from every corner of the modern world, sleek clubs playing sophisticated sounds, eclectic market stalls, converted VW cocktail bars, and foods tamed to suit the Western palate, it may seem clear who won the fight.

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China Town

Chinatown is a colorful, exotic and pleasingly chaotic area, packed with market stalls and probably the highest concentration of gold shops in the city. During major festivities like Chinese New Year and the Vegetarian Festival, the dynamism and spirit of celebration spreads across town like wildfire, and if you happen to be around, don’t miss an opportunity to witness Bangkok Chinatown at its best.


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Chatuchak Weekend Market

Once only popular among wholesalers and traders, Chatuchak Weekend Market has reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. Its sheer size and diverse collections of merchandise will bring any seasoned shoppers to their knees. The market is home to more than 8,000 market stalls. On a typical weekend, more than 200,000 visitors come here to sift through the goods on offer.

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The Golden Buddha

The Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit was discovered by accident when it was accidentally dropped as it was being moved, revealing, under a casing of plaster, a beautiful solid gold Sukhothai style Buddha. Pieces of the plaster are still kept on display.

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Reclining Buddha

A visit to Wat Pho is a must for any traveler to Bangkok, it is the home to the Reclining Buddha which stands at fifteen meters tall and forty six meters long, the feet alone are measured at over five meters. The whole statue is covered in gold leaf and looks incredible when you get up close. Inside the temple there are 108 bowls and on the way in to the temple you can buy coins for the bowls. The history behind this is that Buddha completed 108 positive actions on his way to becoming perfect.



Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park is to Bangkok as Central Park is to New York! It is the largest public park in the city and one of the few places around the city center that you can come to enjoy open spaces and greenery, away from the crowded streets, traffic congestion, noise and fumes. Just like Central Park there is a variety of things to see and do here, and after a couple of days experiencing Bangkok, Lumpini Park really is an oasis of calm.

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Siam Niramit

Siam Niramit culture center is a modern theater with 2,000 person capacity. It is located on Tiam Ruam Mit Road close to Thailand Cultural Center. Siam Niramit Show Bangkok is usually about culture and history of Thailand. It has huge shows with more than 100 actors and 500 different costume changes and the special effects are truly spectacular. These are ones of Thailand’s must-see shows.

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Thong Lor

Thong Lor is a section of Bangkok. If you are into great food, people watching, art, or just partying hard, Thong Lor has something to offer you. In this article, we’ll detail a few of the top restaurants, clubs, and shops in Thong Lor. If you want a rooftop view of Bangkok, you must visit the Octave. If you love Japanese cuisine, there is no better place to be than in Thong Lor. Nihonumura, Japan town, Uomasa, Nirai Kanai etc. One of the coolest clubs right off of Sukhumvit is called the Ice Bar.


Soi Ekkamai


Ekkamai is oftentimes overlooked by visitors to Thailand. With its hard-hitting neighbor, Thonglor, stealing all its potential suitors, this area remains an expat and local favorite but is abandoned by tourists. Those looking to do something other than shop can instead head to the movie theater, Major Cineplex, showing the latest international and Thai films. Those looking for something a bit more exhilarating can go ice skating at Sub-Zero Ice Skate Club. If that is still not chilly enough, Snow Town is also located in Ekkamai, where visitors can do everything from sled to take selfies with a giant polar bear.

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Soi Cowboy

Soi Cowboy was named after the cowboy hat-wearing African-American who opened the first bar here in the early 1970s. This adult-themed district has a more laid-back, carnival-like feel to it than Pat pong or Nana Plaza. Flashing neon lights up a colorful streetscape comprised mainly of middle-aged expats, Japanese and western tourists.

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Terminal 21

Terminal 21 is a high-rise shopping mall which has been design in such a way to incorporate and give you a feel of being in different part of the world like Rome, Paris, Tokyo, London, Istanbul & USA. With artisan shops selling product representing the places. It is a unique Styled mall with a mix of multi-cultural fashion wear with over 200 Food Shops/Coffee and Steak Houses.