Discover Bangkok

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Golden Buddha

Located in Bangkok’s Chinatown, the Golden Buddha patiently awaits visitors at the temple of Wat Traimit – an impressive five and a half tons!

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Wat Arun

The famous Buddhist temple Wat Arun actually takes its name from the Hindu god Aruna. Early risers can see it transform the reflected rays of the sunrise into a magnificent aura!

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Wat Pho

You might recognize the temple’s huge Reclining Buddha statue, but Wat Pho is also notable for being Thailand’s first public university and the birthplace of Thai massage!

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Wat Phra Kaew

Bangkok’s most sacred wats at the “Temple of the Emerald Buddha,” so-called for its statue carved from single jade stone. Nobody but the king may touch it!

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Damnoen Saduak

The pioneer of all floating markets, Damnoen Saduak offers a delightful experience despite its increasingly touristy atmosphere. This visual vibrancy and popularity ensure Damnoen Saduak’s iconic status.

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Grand Palace

Grand is an understatement! It’s the jaw-dropping majesty of the Grand palace that makes it one of Bangkok’s top attractions. The aforementioned Wat Phra Kaew lies within its walls too!

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Jim Thompson House

This unique home-turned-tourist attraction was compiled from various old Thai structures by the silk trader Jim Thompson. Jim Thompson House Tours are affordable and frequent!

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

The famous floating market is located in Ratchaburi. It is a highly-tourist enterprise, the popularity of which once earned Bangkok the nickname “Venice of the East”.

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Lumpini Park

This green oasis is a great place to spend an afternoon enjoying the contrast of the tranquil park with the skyscrapers rising all around it. Hang out on one of several lawn areas, enjoy the shade of a Chinese pagoda, or take a boat out on the lake.

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Chao Phraya River

Known as the “river of kings,” this major waterway is Bangkok’s heartline. It will allow you to discover some of the city’s most stunning temples and monuments from a completely new angle.

Quick Facts & Tips

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Bangkok`s name as locals refer to it is the longest city name in the World

0Temples

However many you visit, be sure to include Wat Pra Kaew, Wat Arun, and Wat Pho

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Chatuchak Weekend Market is the largest market in the world

With 15 million visitors per year, Bangkok is one of the most visited cities in the world.

Bangkok has the largest Chinatown with the largest solid gold Buddha statue.

Bangkok is considered the world's hottest city
(by mean average)

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Getting Around

Thanks to the city’s modern Skytrain and underground systems that cover a large area getting around Bangkok is easy. Exploring the riverside area by a long-tail speedboat or river taxi is also an option. The city bursts with exciting opportunities, visit the following website for information about the different transportation services and their cost.