Category: Bangkok

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Khaosan Road Bangkok (Thailand)

Khaosan Road is not only Bangkok’s, but one of Thailand’s most popular and at the same time still the most affordable streets. Khao San Road, Bangkok’s rice market, which is now the home of backpacker travelers, is located in Bangkok’s old town, about 20 years ago. Around Khaosan Road, there...

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Chinatown Bangkok: A must see place in Thailand

Chinatown Bangkok is a popular tourist destination as well as a haven of alternative tastes for those who enjoy their mouths. This 1 km lane adjacent to Charoenkrung Road is also very busy day and night. At the same time, there are Chinese temples where shopping folks can find different...

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Terminal 21 Bangkok Thailand

Terminal 21 is one of must see places if you have much time in Bangkok. Each floor has a different city concept, and each floor has its own distinctive design for different cities. There are shops of local brands that make boutique designs besides international brands. At this shopping mall,...

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Chatuchak Market Bangkok Thailand

Chatuchak market is a wholesale market but it is not only popular among wholesalers and traders. Because Chatuchak Weekend Market is one of the most suitable places you can shop, where you can find interesting things to eat, especially interesting things from the Far East cuisine. Make sure the size...

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Floating Market Trips in Bangkok Thailand

Floating market trips are generally first items of every tourist’s must see places in Bangkok. But, be careful, there are four floating markets near Bangkok. FLOATING MARKETS IN BANGKOK Damnoen Saduak Amphawa Taling Chan Khlong Lat Mayom Damnoen Saduak Floating Market This floating market, which is about 1-1.5 hours from...

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Wat Suthat Bangkok(The Giant Swing)

Wat Suthat, which was started by King Rama I in 1807, lasted for at least 30 years. When you look at the walls of the temple, you will see many artistic pictures telling Buddha. The Giant Swing at the front of the building is a place where Brahmin priests perform...

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Wat Arun Bangkok (THAILAND)

Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple located in the western part of the Chao Praya river in Thonburi, in the Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. The temple takes its name from the dawn god Aruna, a Hindu god. It is one...

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Golden Mount (Wat Saket) Bangkok

Golden Mount (Wat Saket), located on a low hill, is crowned with gold chedi. The Buddha house remains in the Chedi and welcomes all Buddhists throughout the year. The golden mount temple has undergone restoration work in some periods. It is a very important time because it is the sacred...

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Jim Thompson House (Bangkok)

Jim Thompson House is one of the must-see places in Bangkok. Jim Thompson, a CIA agent that America sent to Southeast Asia during World War II, is also a New York-based architecture. After the war was over, he settled in Bangkok and rescued the almost disappearing Thai silk at the...

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Golden Buddha Bangkok Wat Traimit

Golden Buddha – Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha Statue) is located in Traimit Road in Chinatown area of ​​Bangkok and can be visited from 08:00 to 17:00. At the entrance to the temple, shoes must be removed as usual. You need to go to the Hualamphong MRT station to get to...

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Grand Palace Bangkok (Thailand)

Grand Palace, which carries the finest examples of Traditional Thai Architecture, home to the Thai King and family for more than 150 years, consists of over a hundred buildings and buddhist temples. Without visiting the Grand Palace, you can not say “I saw Bangkok, I understood Thai culture“. The Palace is...

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Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok

Wat Phra Kaew buddhist temple, which hosts the arguably the most magnificent structures of Bangkok, is certainly an attraction not to be missed. Wat Phra, a.k.a Emerald Buddha is home to more than a hundred colorful buildings. The bell-shaped towers called Chedi, the huge sculptures of the guard demons called...