Five places you should visit in Bangkok
Bangkok has been a small trading center and port community in the West Bank of the Chao Phraya River for nearly 200 years.
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Here you will find dazzling temples and stunning palaces as well as famous floating markets on a global scale.
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It was built in 1782 during the reign of King Rama I when the capital moved from Thornbury to Bangkok.
Floating markets are one of Bangkok’s most famous tourist attractions. The most popular and popular tourist attraction is Damnoen Saduak, located 100 kilometers from the heart of Bangkok. Here you can learn about the old style and the traditional Thai way of buying and selling fruits and vegetables that are sold on board hundreds of small boats.
Chinatown China town Chinatown is a colorful area , quaint and full of fun . It is packed with market stalls, gold shops and restaurants serving various Thai cuisine. Where the various celebrations , such as the Chinese New Year and the Vegetarian Festival , are filled with spectators from both locals and tourists.
Chao Phraya River and Waterways Chao Phraya River & Waterways The Chao Phraya River is one of the most scenic areas, reflecting beautiful sights day and night. Here you can take an unforgettable river tour through the water taxi, which runs you through complex waterways and on the backdrop of glittering temples and luxury hotels.
Khao San Road If Bangkok is the city that combines East-West, Khao San Street will inevitably be the scene of their collision. Travelers from all corners of the world flock here for cheap goods and budget accommodation.