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Nan's traditional boat racing for thr Royal Cup (Alcohol free)
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01 Sep - 31 Oct 2018

Nan's traditional boat racing for thr Ro...

Nan

Khao Dinsor's Falcon Festival
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01 Sep - 30 Nov 2018

Khao Dinsor's Falcon Festival

Chumphon

The 43th annual Narathiwat's specialty products 2018 and Koleh boats, long boats, and Yorgong boats
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21 - 25 Sep 2018

The 43th annual Narathiwat's specialty p...

Narathiwat

The tenth merit month and Sangklaburi's Mon leeway for warding off misfortune
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23 - 25 Sep 2018

The tenth merit month and Sangklaburi's ...

Kanchanaburi

2018 Samut Sakhon Vegetarian Festival
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09 - 17 Oct 2018

2018 Samut Sakhon Vegetarian Festival

Samut Sakhon

Phuket Vegetarian Festival
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09 - 17 Oct 2018

Phuket Vegetarian Festival

Phuket

Pakpanang Food and Boat Racing
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10 - 10 Oct 2018

Pakpanang Food and Boat Racing

Nakhon Si Thammarat

Itineraries
Mae Hong Son - Tak - ?Sukhothai

Duration :4 Days, 3 Nights

(8) Places : Pang Ung, Pang Tong Royal Development Project, Wat Chong Klang, Y...

Bangkok - Phetchaburi - Hua Hin ?

Duration :3 Days, 2 Nights

(16) Places : The Grand Palace, Sao Chingcha , Museum Siam, Erawan Shrine, Dusi...

Buri Ram - Si Sa Ket - Ubon Ratchathani

Duration :5 Days, 4 Nights

(18) Places : Phanom Rung Historical Park, Khao Kradong National Park, Centre ...

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Invariably, every Thailand holiday includes a visit to the kingdom’s capital city, Bangkok, or Krung Thep, “the city of angels” as it is known to its inhabitants. Many tourists who travel to Bangkok are immediately overwhelmed by the sheer size of the city and the vast number of attractions Bangkok has to offer. Indeed there is a wide variety of Bangkok sightseeing opportunities spanning more than two centuries of rapid development following the city’s founding in 1782 by King Rama I, the first king of the present Chakri dynasty. Since that auspicious date, Bangkok has swelled to a cosmopolitan, 21st century city of more than ten million inhabitants. While the immensity of the city and its bustling streets can be intimidating at first, those who spend some time in Bangkok are quickly enamored by the myriad of attractions Bangkok contains, from exotic temples, which underscore Thailand’s strong Buddhist history, to modern shopping malls, which make shopping an integral part of any Bangkok holiday. Bangkok features attractions guaranteed to please visitors either simply passing through the city or spending their entire Thailand holiday in Bangkok.  Nearly every Bangkok holiday includes a visit to Thailand’s Grand Palace, arguably the premier Bangkok sightseeing attraction. Situated in the heart of Bangkok’s Rattanakosin Island, the gleaming spires of the Grand Palace are conveniently located nearby Bangkok’s most spectacular temples, including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), and Wat Pho, which features an enormous reclining Buddha and was home of the first Thai massage school in the kingdom. These iconic destinations are top attractions to all visitors who travel to Bangkok looking to appreciate Thailand’s unique cultural traditions. In fact, there are more than 400 functioning Buddhist temples throughout the city and it’s not uncommon when you travel in Bangkok to spot saffron robed monks collecting morning alms or traveling throughout out the city, including along the Chao Phraya, the “River of Kings”, which passes alongside the Temple of the Dawn. The winding Chao Phraya is connected by numerous canals from which Bangkok has earned its nickname the “Venice of the East”; when you travel around Bangkok, a cruise on the Chao Phraya, a visit to a floating market, or an exploration of the cities “back alley” canals (khlongs) are themselves unique Bangkok attractions. Other historical and cultural Bangkok sightseeing ‘must sees’ include the National Museum, Vimanmek Mansion, and Suan Pakkad Palace, all of which either house fine art or are national treasures in their own right. Beyond Bangkok’s historical district, there are plenty of other attractions that make a Bangkok holiday both enjoyable and memorable. The downtown districts along Silom and Sukhumvit Roads have a convenient electric rail system, including an elevated sky-train and underground subway, that have made travel in Bangkok both easy and enjoyable. Connecting hotels directly to shopping malls and traditional markets, such as Mah Boon Krong Center and Chatuchak (JJ) weekend market, the MRT and BTS systems have literally elevated Bangkok shopping to world-class status. Of course, no Thailand holiday is complete without experiencing Thailand’s vibrant nightlife. Whether, the purpose of your Thailand holiday is to immerse yourself in Thailand’s unique culture or simply to splurge in Bangkok shopping malls, when you travel to Bangkok you are guaranteed a fascinating experience of both old-world charm and modern convenience and luxury.

Top Attractions In Bangkok
The Grand Palace

Every visitor to Bangkok should see the magnificent buildings wit...

Chatuchak Flower Market

Chatuchak Market is a famous place among Thailand people and fore...

The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

Perhaps the newest museum opening in Bangkok, SUPPORT Foundation ...

China Town

Thailand China Town Located on Yaowarat Road, Bangkok’s Chi...

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