Bangkok has numerous sightseeing locations and has some 400 temples. These include some of the tallest hotels, the Royal Grand Palace, Sanam Luang, National Museum, Rattanakosin Island, Suan Pakkard Palace Museum,...
Bangkok has numerous sightseeing locations and has some 400 temples. These include some of the tallest hotels, the Royal Grand Palace, Sanam Luang, National Museum, Rattanakosin Island, Suan Pakkard Palace Museum, Museum of Siam and Jim Thompson Thai House.
While Siam Ocean World provides a chance to closely observe marine life, Chinatown is a great area to experience Chinese culture. The Wat Trai Mit and Wat Benjamabopit are equally noteworthy as is the Lumpini Park. The Ancient City and Bang Pa In are also popular attractions.
Bangkok presents a unique blend of tradition and modernity. With ancient buildings adjacent to exotic temples and gardens, or modern offices and hotels, Bangkok keeps travellers amazed with its variety.
The Chao Phraya River is frequented by busy traffic of river taxis, long-tailed boats, and small rowing boats. However, traditional Thai life is retained by saffron-robed monks who beg alms around the city.
Also, there are communities dwelling in stilt houses by the river who have been into traditional skills since centuries. Bangkok has a hot tropical climate. The dry season is a good time to visit, as streets get flooded during the rainy season.
I have settled myself in mumbai from past 6 years however i want to visit bangkok pattaya from mumbai as i have heard its cheap. Also i can visit my hometown after a wonderful trip. Please suggest me the rates and package details so that i can decide weather i should take a package from thailand or from india.
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