Bangkok Thailand

Bangkok is one of the world's top tourist destination cities. Bangkok's multi-faceted sights, attractions and city life appeal to diverse groups of tourists. Royal palaces and temples as well as several museums constitute its major historical and cultural tourist attractions. Shopping and dining experiences offer a wide range of choices and prices.

 
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Bangkok Fre & Easy Package

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BANGKOK FRE & EASY PACKAGE
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Bangkok And Pattaya Thailand 5 Days  5 Nights Package

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Khaosan Road: Bangkok, Thailand

Khaosan Road in Bangkok, Thailand has a wide range of hotels, guesthouses and accommodation. Its restaurants serve a choice of international cuisine. There are bars, pubs and clubs which make up an exciting choice of nightlife, as well as a choice of travel agents and dive shops that work as your guide to Thailand.
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Bangkok Travel - Fun Family Activities in Bangkok

As a family exploring in Bangkok, temples and historic sights may not excite the fun factor for kids and teens. Even though Bangkok is a fascinating city with much to see, it is much more than trudging along an itinerary with a boring tour guide. There are plenty of things to do for families in Bangkok. The best thing of all is that it is much more affordable compared to back home.
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Erawan Shrine - Aesthetically Refined and Devotedly Revered

Over 90 percent of Thai people follow Theravada Buddhism while the rest of the populace have faith in Hinduism, Islam and Christianity. The scores of temples, churches, mosques and shrines portraying diverse architectures and aesthetics testify Thailand's multi-religious culture and harmony. One of the famous and most frequented shrines in Thailand's capital Bangkok is the Erawan Shrine locally referred as San Phra Phrom.
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Amazing Thailand - Explore and Be Amazed

Amazing Thailand is a traveller's paradise. Not only is Thailand crawling with sandy white beaches and islands, it's heaven for people who love food and shopping. Thailand cuisine is famous worldwide for its fresh herbs and spices. For food lovers, Thailand tourism does not restrict itself to restaurants of fame. Whether an outdoor stall in downtown Pattaya, or a classy restaurant in Bangkok - the tastes of Thailand come out in full glory. And if food isn't exactly what you're looking for, then Thailand also offers a rich shopping experience. Bangkok houses some of the biggest shopping malls in the world with almost everything under the sun on offer - be it international or local brands of household articles, electronics or fabrics.
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Bangkok, The Place To Go For More Than Just A Few Days Or Not?

Bangkok is sometimes seen as a great place to go and sometimes the opposite. If I do not take into consideration the opinions of the people looking for Thai girls, then still two opinions are often expressed.
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Bangkok by River

The area surrounding Bangkok has always been a swamp and the Chao Praya River forms the biggest waterway here. In the 16th century there were already channels dug in the Chao Praya River to give shipping better access to and from the former capital Ayutthaya. The large meanders that the river course made on its way to the Gulf of Thailand were cut off by canals. The majority of waterways were created after Bangkok became the new capital. The most southern of the canals had to be filled in again because at high tide the city flooded with seawater.
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Khao San Road - A Backpacker's Guide to Southeast Asia's Launch Pad

Ask any traveler who has been to southeast Asia before and nine times out of ten that person would have stayed on Khao San Road. It's a glorious launching point for travel into one of the worlds most popular backpacking destinations. It can all seem incredibly daunting the first time you put that backpack on and step off the plane into the thick wet heat that bangkok so proudly possesses, but as soon as that first cold beer hits your lips and you realise you're a world away from anything you've known before, it all becomes worth it.
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7 Things to Do in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is a vacationer's paradise. Sights and shopping abound. Beware; the city is crowded and the traffic is pretty appalling. On the upside, however, is an excellent public transportation system that allows visitors to get around easily. Bangkok's many attractions include the following:
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What to See in Bangkok

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, enjoys a larger-than-life reputation. Buzzing with heat, humidity, energy and chaos, the city may seem overwhelming at first glance but dig beyond the exterior and you will discover one of Asia's greatest cosmopolitan cities with magnificent palaces, temples, busy markets and a pulsating nightlife.
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Shopping in Thailand

Although Thais tend to believe (mistakenly) that Hong Kong and Singapore are the shopping meccas of southeast Asia, you can buy virtually anything in Bangkok, often at bargain-basement prices. Imports, notably foods, tend to be expensive, so if you must eat cornflakes, cheese, and pickles, expect to pay through the nose! Thailand's industrial base has expanded enormously in the past thirty years, and the country now has a range of factories producing electrical goods, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and so on. If you want to go on a shopping spree you will find most of these local products reasonably priced and of good quality. Some foreigners get annoyed because they feel they are being charged more at markets than a Thai would be, but vendors tend to price their goods according to a person's ability to pay and they reason, correctly, that a foreign tourist is well-heeled compared with most of the Thai customers.
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Bangkok's Floating Market

Although it's known as Bangkok's floating market the Damnoen Saduak floating market is actually about 100 kilometers Southwest of Bangkok in Ratchaburi Province. If, like me, you've seen many pictures of people selling many colorful fruits and vegetables on the open waters of the canals then this has been on your list to see while in Bangkok. Although there are many different floating markets to be seen around Thailand, Damnoen Saduak floating market is the oldest and largest of them.
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Riding a Bicycle in Bangkok Thailand, Asia

Can you ride a bicycle in Bangkok? The answer surprisingly is, yes. There are even some cycle lanes in certain areas. In areas such as Banglamphu near the famous Khaosan road there are cycle lanes painted on the side of the road these are fairly easy to follow and will mean you wont get lost but there are some problems. Most of the cycle lanes are parked on with cars which can result in having to ride into on coming traffic so the best thing to do is ride carefully on the foot path to be safer.
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Book Bangkok Flights to See the World-Famous Floating Markets

There are many reasons why Bangkok is one of the world's favourite holiday destinations. If you take cheap flights to Thailand's capital you will be rewarded with exotic cuisine, history and culture to enjoy during your break.
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Bangkok Thailand

Bangkok Thailand

Interestingly, Bangkok is most commonly compared with other places in Europe. Bangkok is the most famous city in Thailand and is considered as the most visited city in the whole world! Music, food, art, religion, and culture, everything you want for a vacation is here in this city.
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Patpong Bangkok Hotels - Where to Stay and When to Go

Patpong is located near the commercial hub district of Silom. Though only consisting of one main street Patpong is filled to the rafters with go-go bars, English pubs and small dance clubs. And in between these seedy establishments filled with scantily clad women gyrating their hips to techno beats on stages is the famous outdoor Patpong Night Market situated right on the street that is closed off to traffic starting at 5pm. There is an ongoing joke that in Patpong's Night Market you can find fakes and knock offs of Rolex, Coach leather goods, brand name clothes and woman. Yes even some of the woman there are fake and in Bangkok they are considered the minority third gender called simply Lady-boys.
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What to See in Bangkok - Temples, Traffic and Twilight

Asia's one of the popular destinations, Bangkok has many things that people love to see and do during their visit to the city. Bangkok has innumerable attractions, entertainment options and various interesting sights and scenes. The city also serves as a religious center of Thailand because of the presence of numerous beautiful and significant temples. In fact, it is said that temples, traffic and twilight of Bangkok are few interesting highlights of the city. With various direct flights to Bangkok from different parts of the world, you can now easily reach this luminous city in no time at all. The increasing number of flights to Bangkok is making it very convenient and smooth for travelers from any part of the globe to reach this destination for a great vacation.
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Top 10 Things to Do in Bangkok, Thailand

If shopping is your pleasure, then you can't go past the Weekend markets at Chatuchak/Jatujak. You'll find imitation brand name items like clothing, accessories, jewelry and more here and it's a great way to find some great Thai souvenirs as well.
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Erawan Shrine - What Can the Spirits Do? Make My Fortune?

When I went to the Erawan Shrine, the first thing the guide told us about the shrine was that Jackie Chan, the famous Hong Kong martial arts star, once visited the Shrine in 1996. Mr. Chan knew the shrine is Hindu, but he must have thought that the thousands of people who visited the shrine before him cannot be wrong about its ability to grant good fortune. He offered prays and made offerings as part of his buddhist beliefs. Since then his films have been one success after another even at his late age he is still going strong. Was this a mere coincidence that brought him such success? Or was his success prompted by his visit to the shrine?
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Discover the Floating Markets of Bangkok

What could be more romantic than traveling along a narrow canal in a long wooden boat on the way to buy fruit and vegetables from the local market? This is the way that most Thai people have been purchasing goods for hundreds of years.
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Short Trip Around Bangkok in One Day on Your Vacation

Have you ever asked yourself where to go while you are on your vacation? On an average of 10 to 14 days vacation, you might spend 24 to 36 hours making the trip between your country and destination country. Then, you reach the capital city of your destination country. You seek for the local package tour to get to remote paradise island with beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea. Else, you travel around the country. After all the good time you have on the beach and swimming on the shore. You come back to the city and prepare to go home with sweet memory on this vacation. You wonder what can I do, or whereabouts I can go in the city before I get onto the plane.
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Damnoen Saduak, Colorful Floating Market Activities in Bangkok, Thailand

According to floating market tour package, offered by thaifly website, while I am looking for Floating market program for incoming Saturday with the long term holiday period, this website offers me very nice included additional activities and money worth. Guide leader informs that there are a few Floating Markets around Bangkok. Most of them is commercialized imitation of Damnoen Saduak.
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Escape Into Amphawa, Land of Natural Serenity and the Famous Floating Market

Many associate images of floating markets with Southeast Asia, and in particular, Thailand. And it is not hard to blame them. Thailand does have some pretty cool floating markets. These iconic gathering places stemmed from the time when the country and its people relied heavily on water transportation. There are couple in Thailand, but Amphawa stands out as the more genuine one out there, so much so that even Thais come out and spend time here during the weekends.
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