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    Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang

    The spectacular Grand Palace is an example of great architecture. It is one of Bangkok's most impressive collection's of temples and palaces. Although the Royal Family no longer ...

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    494 Ratchadamri Road

    Built incongruously in one of Bangkok's hubs of consumerism, this very popular shrine is devoted to Brahma and Erawan, his elephant. Erected by the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel , the shrine ...

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    6 Soi Kasemsan 2

    Jim Thompson's house is a key spot for tourists and locals who are aware of the legendary entrepreneur and his role in setting up the Jim Thompson Thai Silk Company in Thailand ...

  • Also known as Wat Phra Chetuphon, or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, this 200-year-old Wat is Bangkok's largest. Bursting with history, its highlight is the fantastic gold ...

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    296/1 Sukhumvit Road

    This is an innovative park-cum-museum ( Muang Boran in Thai) in which visitors can learn about Thai architecture and history. As you drive around, you will find famous buildings, monuments and ...

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    Phayathai Rd

    This is the best place to go for shoppers who love shopping in a market-style atmosphere, but would prefer to do so in air-conditioned comfort. It is positively ...

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    Rama IV Road

    Lumpini Park is a popular oasis, named after Buddha's birthplace. The green expanse provides a relaxing and relatively peaceful retreat from the heat and noise of the rest of the city. The best time to ...

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    1027 Ploenchit Road

    Central Chidlom is considered the flagship store of the Central Department Stores chain. It offers a variety of local handicrafts from all over Thailand, designer fashion, home ...

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    Phahon Yothin Road

    This "obelisk," constructed during the early days of King Rama IX's reign, is composed of reinforced marble and concrete. It was built to memorialize ...

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    69 Rama V Road

    This Wat is made of white Carrana marble, hence it is also called The Marble Temple. Constructed by King Rama V in 1901, it employs European ecclesiastic ...