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Wat Traimit Witthayaram Wora Wiharn

Wat Traimit Witthayaram Wora Wiharn is 1½ centuries old holy temple in Bangkok. It was collaboratively built by 3 Chinese comrades and was originally known as Watsamjieantai. The temple is most popularly known for the stucco ... Read More


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Khlong Saen Saep Boat Service

Khlong Saen Saep Boat Service is operated on canal Khong Saen Saep, which connects province of Chachoengsao and Prachin Buri to River Chao Pharaya. The service is fast and inexpensive mode of transportation through commercial district ... Read More


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Sri Mariamman Temple

Sri Mariamman Temple is also called Wat Khaek. It was constructed during late 19th century by a Tamil immigrant and is situated in Silom. It is a Dravidian Hindu Temple and is a major non-Buddhist place ... Read More


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Royal Barges National Museum

Royal Barges Nnational Museum houses the royal vessels that were used by royalties as mode of transport. The barges belong to the time when River Chao Phraya along with its tributaries was the main courses of ... Read More


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Mini Angkor Wat

Mini Angkor Wat is a miniature immitation of Angkor Wat. It is placed in the Thai Royal Palace and was contracted by King Mongkut, who ruled the land in first half of 19th century. The original ... Read More


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Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit)

Located in Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, Wat Traimit features the biggest seated Buddha statue in the world, weighing almost 5.5 tons and measuring 5 metres in height. Earlier, artisans used to craft the golden Buddhas and hide ... Read More


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Bangkok Hualamphong Station

Bangkok Hualamphong Station is more commonly known as Bangkok Railways Station. It is the main railways terminus for northern, southern, eastern and north-eastern Thailand. It is the connection between Thai railways and MRT underground, which is ... Read More


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Wat Intharawihan Temple

Wat Intharawihan Temple monastery is located in Nakhon District in Bangkok. It was constructed during the early days of Ayutthaya period. It was originally named Wat Rai Phrik. A 32-metre tall and 10-metre wide statue of ... Read More


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