Jim Thompson House Museum Bangkok

Jim Thompson House Museum in Bangkok

Jim Thompson House Museum [toc] Jim Thompson House is one of Bangkok most famous attraction and a lot was written about the house history or how Jim Thompson mysteriously disappeared. Jim Thompson museum is a group of beautiful teak wood houses set in a green oasis right in the middle of Siam, near Siam Paragon and MBK. Somehow it's surprising to find such luxuriant garden just near one of Asia's

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Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

Rod Fai Night Market Bangkok

Bangkok Night Market [toc] Rod Fai Market Bangkok is a young fun place to explore from the end of the day until late at night. Like most of these eclectic flea markets, you probably won’t come to buy anything but somehow you hope something will strike you. It’s quite a large market, but unlike the colossal Chatuchak can be covered in less than two hours. As it gets really busy

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Chatuchak Weekend Market Bangkok

Chatuchak Market Bangkok

What to buy at Chatuchak Market? [toc] Chatuchak Weekend Market, one of Bangkok's landmarks, is on almost every tourist list of Must-Do in Bangkok. This is probably one of the largest markets in the worlds, a supposedly organized maze covering 27 acres, containing around 15,000 shops... it is simply humongous, monumental, gargantuan... but ultimately, it's fun. On your first visit, you probably will have no idea what you are about

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Bangkok Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Bangkok Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew and Bangkok Grand Palace [toc] Bangkok Grand Palace, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Wat Phra Kaew (or Wat Pra Kaew) are without a doubt, the most famous landmarks in Thailand, often seen in many movies. Despite being such a touristic icon, this is still the number one place to see while in Bangkok, a marvel of delicate and intricate craftwork, architecture, carving and painting. Wat

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Wat Arun in Bangkok, the temple of Dawn

Wat Arun, The Temple of Dawn in Bangkok

Wat Arun [toc] Wat Arun, also known as the temple of Dawn, is a major landmark of Bangkok, built before 1656. It's a lot more modest than Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace or Wat Pho and the Giant Reclining Buddha, but in many ways, its iconic shape is better known. Just look at the back of a 10 Baht coin and you will recognise it instantly. The full

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House of Museums near Bangkok

House of Museum Bangkok

House of Museums near Bangkok   House of Museums is not your traditional town museum. It's doesn't display paintings or potteries or mannequin frozen in some forever war. No, it's a lot more interesting than this. House of Museum is a three floors display of daily items from the sixties and beyond. It's fun, cute and laughable as well. Even if you are not Thai, many objects displayed will look

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SeaLife Bangkok Ocean World (Siam Ocean World)

Sealife Ocean World Aquarium

SeaLife Bangkok Ocean World Sealife Siam Ocean World is a 10,000 square meters display of gigantic aquariums located just below the huge Siam Paragon Shopping Mall in Bangkok. Some 4 million litres of water shelter sea and river fishes, frog and toads, penguins, amphibians and mammals from Asia and beyond. Walk through a rain forest jungle to discover surprisingly colorful and deadly frogs which skin secretes incredibly poisonous mucus used

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