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Reviews Best places
Bangkok is a cultural experience as well as an exciting up-to-date metropolis. The visitor can decide whether to explore the charming old temples or to have a look at the huge street markets.
For a spicy taste of Thailand we have selected the best places to visit in Bangkok, a trusted guide to the city's hot spots and to the attractions you shouldn't miss.
1. Grand Palace
Grand Palace is located on the eastern banks of the Chao Phraya River, covering around 218400 sq mts. Other sides of the palace are secured by a defensive wall which is 1900 mts in length...
2. Temple of the Dawn (Wat Arun)
Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. It is located on the western banks of the river Chao Phraya, in the Yai district. It is also known as ‘Temple of the dawn’, as the first sun-rays in the morning get reflected from the surface of the temple...
3. Chatuchak Market
The Chatuchak Market in Bangkok is the largest market in Thailand as well as in the world. The credit for setting up the market goes to the field-marshal Plaek Phibulsongkram, Thailand’s late prime minister...
4. Chao Phraya River
The Chao Phraya River is a prominent river of Bangkok. The translation of its name in English is ‘General’ or ‘Lord’. Many times it is also referred to as ‘River of Kings’...
5. Jim Thompson House
Over four-hundred people daily visit the dwelling of Jim Thompson, which is situated along a canal in Bangkok. It also serves as a museum...
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