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Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)

This Buddhist temple is situated in the district of Bangkok Yai on the west bank of Chao Phraya River on the Thonburi side. Being named after Aruna, the Hindu God, this is amongst the most photographed ... Read More

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Jim Thompson House

Jim Thompson House is a popular museum in Bangkok and one of the known tourist attractions in the city. Originally, it is the house of James H. W. Thompson, who was an American and the founder ... Read More

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Wat Yai Chaimongkol

Wat Yai Chaimongkok is also known as Wat Chao Phaya Thai. Initially, this monastery was constructed by King U-Thong in 13th century (B.E. 1900) to accommodate the monks to ordain and learn. The chedi was built ... Read More

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The Grand Palace

Located right in the centre of Bangkok, this building complex has officially been the residence of Siam kings since 1782. Still being used for official events, Grand Palace is amongst Thailand’s most well-known tourist attractions. The ... Read More

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Wat Hua Lamphong

Interior This temple is medium in size but it is famous among Thai. Save the Cow As an act of merit making, you can save the cow by donating. How to get there? Wat Hua Lamphong ... Read More

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The Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall

Located within the Dusit Palace, this former reception hall now serves the role of a museum and occassionally is used for specific state events. Architects Annibale Riigotti and Mario Tamagno designed this in Neo Classic and ... Read More

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