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Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand. The city that has the “Chao Pra Ya” river flows through and divides the city into 2 parts: Phra Na Korn and Thon Bu Ri. Bangkok is the center of business and economics; moreover, it is a center of entertainment, shopping mall with top branding worldwide and variety of food. Bangkok is also a historical place for tourist to be seen from the past until present.

Main attractions
Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha image and the adjoining Grand Palace together form the greatest spectacle for the visitor to Bangkok. It consists of over 100 brightly colored buildings, golden spires and glittering mosaics. When you enter the compound, you first of all see Wat Phra Kaew and the nearby attractions, and then move on to the Grand Palace afterwards.  Wat Phra Kaew is Thailand's most important and sacred temple. It houses the Emerald Buddha, which is located high above the heads of the worshippers and tourists.

Places To Visit

Khaosan Road

Khaosan Road or Thanon Khaosan is a popular tourist street in central Bangkok, Thailand. It has become popular with local residents, especially artists and art students. At night, Khaosan is a lively street packed with tourists comes to explore walking street and night life. There are clubs, bars, food stalls and shops open until 2 a.m. The area is internationally known as a center of dancing, partying, especially during the traditional Thai New Year (Songkran festival April 13-15), when water splashing festival turns into water fight.



Asiatique the Riverfront

Asiatique The Riverfront is a Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside community mall combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls. There are more than 1,500 boutiques selling ultimate souvenir, fashionable cloths, textiles, accessories and home decor items. With more than 40 restaurants, there are Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Italian and seafood dishes served all night. There are also the extravaganza of Cabaret girls from Calyso Bangkok and the life-like movements of Thai puppets featured by Joe Louis Puppet Theatre which contains audiences approximately 400 people.

JJ 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 – this is where you can literally shop ‘till you drop’.The 35-acre (68-rai) area of Chatuchak 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. Veteran shoppers would agree that just about everything is on sale here, although not all at the best bargain rates. But if you have one weekend in Bangkok, squeeze in a day trip to Chatuchak Weekend Market and you will not be disappointed.



Wat Arun

The famous Wat Arun ( วัดอรุณ), perhaps better known as the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the best known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok. It consists of a massive elongated prang (Khmer-style tower), and is surrounded by four smaller prangs. The prang is described by the Tourism Authority of Thailand as 104m high, while most other sources quote figures around 80-85m. It is decorated by bits of porcelain which had previously been used as ballast by boats coming to Bangkok from China, a hallmark of the reign of King Rama III. The Wat had a brief period as host of the celebrated Emerald Buddha, which now resides in nearby Wat Phra Kaew.

Museum Siam

This Bangkok museum however, is a museum with a difference. It’s the newest museum in Bangkok but covers a very old aspect of Thailand history. The concept of this museum is education through self-discovery. Audio visual displays with interactive touch screens allow visitors to find out for themselves. Visitors are permitted to handle some exhibits or even try them on. Presentations are in Thai and English and photographs are allowed in the museum