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Loy Krathong

Loy Krathong Festival in Bangkok

Loy Krathong festival takes place annually and is traditionally preformed on the full moon night of the 12th lunar month, which usually falls on some day in November. Famous for its colorful and spectacular display, the Loy Krathong festival is a popular event for both locals and foreign visitors to …

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Songkran Festival – Thai New Year

Songkran Festival - Thai New Year

Thailand’s Songkran festival is a one-of-a-kind experience where the entire national celebrates Thailand’s New Year by splashing water at each other, dancing, drinking, and having fun for four straight days. The entire festival lasts four days long, starting on the 13th of April and ending on the 15th of every …

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Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon is one of the most fashionable, chic and luxurious shopping malls in Bangkok. The mall includes a large number of different high-class stores, excellent restaurants, modern movie halls, and many entertainment zones. There is even an under water world. The architecture of Siam Paragon is also of astonishing …

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MBK Bangkok

MBK Shopping Center Bangkok

MBK Shopping Center (Mah Boon Krong) is the craziest and one of the most legendary shopping malls in Bangkok. It covers an approximate area of 89,000 square meters and houses around 2,500 shops and 150 restaurants. MBK has become a shopping paradise for the shoppers in and around of Bangkok …

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Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok

Chatuchak Weekend Market is not just the largest weekend market in Thailand, it’s the largest in the world. There are over 15,000 stalls of all sorts selling everything from clothes and artifacts to furniture and live animals, and much more. The JJ market, as it’s usually abbreviated from “Jatujak”, is …

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Asiatique Riverfront Night Market

Asiatique Riverfront Night Market

Asiatique – The Riverfront is the newest addition to the shopping districts of Bangkok. Having opened its doors in 2013, Asiatique soon gained popularity as the best open air shopping mall and night market in Bangkok. The Asiatique night market is located on the unused docks of the East Asiatic …

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Tuk Tuks in Bangkok (Rickshaw)

Tuk Tuk in Bangkok

What would Bangkok be without any crazy tuk-tuk drivers that pass red lights and zigzag through the busy streets? A tuk-tuk, also known as sam-lor in Thai, is the famous three-wheeled, open-air taxi of Bangkok, which can be seen cruising through the city all day and night, making that famous …

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Jim Thompson’s House

Jim Thompson's House in Bangkok

The Jim Thompson’s House, which is has become an integral part of Bangkok tourism is actually a traditional Thai house built by an American who has done his bit and more to revive the silk industry of Thailand. The Owner of the house, Jim Thompson took it upon himself to …

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Wat Arun – Temple of Dawn

Wat Arun - Temple of Dawn

Wat Arun, or better known as the Temple of Dawn, is named after the Indian God of dawn, Aruna, and belongs to Bangkok’s most famous and sacred landmarks. It consists of a massive phra prang (Khmer-style tower) and is surrounded by four smaller ones on each corner of the tower. …

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