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Must to Do in Bangkok

Must to Do in Bangkok

You can do hundreds of things in Bangkok. You could happily spend several weeks of your Thai holiday in this bustling metropolis and still not enjoy everything that this amazing city has to offer. Unfortunately, if you stay in Bangkok for just a few days, it would be better to decide first where to go and what to do for you have no regrets. In addition to its immense cultural heritage, few beautiful amusement parks, and the many traditional open-air markets, Thailand's capital has several other attractions that you cannot miss. Some of them are exciting experiences that you can only enjoy here, like a crazy ride on Tuk-Tuk, a visit to a floating market, a boat ride along one of many channels crossing the city or a cruise on Chao Phraya River. Also called 'sam lor', meaning three-wheeled vehicle, you can find Tuk-Tuks anywhere in Bangkok, they symbolize the the funniest and most colourful aspect of the country. A tuk-tuk ride is an experience you have to do. The navigation along the Chao Phraya River or the several channels in Thonburi side of capital is also one of Bangkok's most famous attractions and a good opportunity for tourists to enjoy the whole panorama of City of Angels or to discover a part of capital often not visible. For example, the old houses on stilts, children playing or swimming in murky waters, small crocodiles and giant fish.


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The waterways have always had an important role in the history, culture and economic development of Thailand. Since ancient times of Sukhothai and Ayutthaya, the first capitals of...
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A khlong is a canal on the central plain of Thailand. In addition of Chao Phraya, Bangkok has a large number of Khlongs. Most are located in Thonburi district, on the west bank of...
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Tuk-Tuk is a true national monument in Thailand. Also called 'sam lor', meaning three-wheeled vehicle, thaey are ubiquitous in Bangkok and symbolize the face more funny and colourf...
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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Ratchaburi Province is one of the Thailand’s most famous attractions. Located 85 km west of Bangkok, the world-famous market is made for the consu...
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Amphawa Floating Market is located in the homonymous small town, formerly called Khwaeng Bang Chang, in the Samut Songkhran Province, 115 km away from Bangkok. This afternoon-only...
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Samut Songkhram is a quiet town 100 km south of Bangkok, on the road to Hua Hin. The placid town has become famous thanks to its Mae Klong Railway Market, and the spread of its vid...
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The Suan Lum Night Bazaar Ratchada is located on Ratchadapisek Road to north of Bangkok's downtown in Chatuchak District, not so far from Chatuchak Park. This big night market was...
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Silom is one of the city's most important financial districts, with glistening skyscrapers that house the head offices of local banks, multinational corporations and financial inst...
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Open since 1988, Safari World is one of the most popular amusement parks by locals living in Bangkok's metropolitan area. Covering a total area of 340 hectares, 880 acres, it is a...

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