Thailand
Thailand
Thailand attracts travelers from around the world with its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and tasty cuisine. Bangkok is the region’s transportation hub and boasts rich tourist attractions such as the Thai royal palaces, temples, floating markets, and phenomenal street food. Chiang Mai to the north is full of ancient temples and one of the world’s best night markets. Thailand’s southern islands host several world class resorts. Phuket is great for tourists, Hua Hin is elegant, Pattaya has a vibrancy, and Ko Tao is the place for diving enthusiasts. There definitely something for everyone in Thailand.
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Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World
4.6/5
5,218 Reviews
Aquarium
_We***14#Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World # This is the view from Bangkok look great traveling to various places in Thailand
Safari World
4.4/5
629 Reviews
Zoo
_GG***84great place in January, lived up to expectations. helpful staff plenty of conssessions. animals seemed in good care and overall positive experience.
Grand Palace
4.4/5
10,076 Reviews
Palace
D33***53A very beautiful place. There is a lot to see while walking around and you can always join one of many tour groups if you are interested in the history. You do have to take quite a walk around the palace to get to the entrance to buy the ticket into it. There is an entrance into it but only for people who are coming to pray. They don’t have to pay and some people even just walk through and get in for free just to walk around.
Mahanakhon Sky Walk
4.7/5
426 Reviews
Observation Deck
E27***64Amazing panorama view of Bangkok, very nicely arranged roof top with chairs and tables for pleasant drink.
Ancient City
4.6/5
286 Reviews
City Park
Museum
QinFei521The ancient city is in Samut Prakan, which is more than 30 kilometers away from Bangkok. It only takes 45 minutes to take the BTS to Kheha station, and then take the Taxi to the ancient city of Siam. The transportation is very convenient! While on the road, my Thai friends kept telling me the origin of this ancient city. The 72nd House in the ancient city of Siam is a microcosm of the ancient capital of Thailand and the largest open-air museum in the world! Hundreds of important places of interest in various parts of Thailand have been reconstructed here at a rate of 70%-100%. The ancient city is by no means a scenic spot built for gimmicks. The entire park is built in the shape of the land of Thailand. All scenic spots are distributed in accordance with the geographical location of the south, middle and northeast of Thailand. Various gardens, palaces, ancient temples and temples are very beautifully built. Some were built according to the original monuments, some were built with reference to history, and some even moved directly from the original site! Since its construction in 1963, it is still being continuously expanded. Looking at the details of these buildings, you will know that the ancient city of Siam is by no means a waste of name! Even many Thai dramas will come here for filming, the most well-known is "Natural Couple", you can find many familiar scenes here. There is also a place for renting Thai clothes in the ancient city. Wearing the Thai clothes and checking in the ancient city, this authentic Thai experience is a bit exciting to think about~ When I arrived in the ancient city of Siam, I realized how big it is, covering more than 200 acres. At present, 121 attractions have been opened in the park. If you want to visit them all, it may take a day! Compared to the bustling Bangkok, the ancient city of Siam is obviously quiet enough to be described as "mencos." Due to the remote location, the tourist attraction is not high. Apart from the staff, only bustling tourists come here. I’m very satisfied with it, who doesn’t like the bustle, just can clock in and take pictures quietly! Even the background of p has no effort. It is clean and full of wind~ The garden is full of gorgeous palaces that are not real and full of Thai-style buildings. There are popular attractions that we are familiar with, and there are also many Thai monuments that we are not familiar with, which are antique and very charming. These buildings can not only be viewed from a distance, but also can be entered at will! There is also meticulous decoration in the worthy building, which is by no means a mere appearance!
Erawan Shrine
4.5/5
4,364 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
_GG***50very nice place Bangkok and My favorite app trip.com chep and best flight

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Thailand
Festivals
Bangkok
Chiang Mai
Phuket
For most people, New Years evokes memories of large celebrations. Perhaps it’s watching the ball drop in New York’s Times Square, perhaps it’s the fireworks from Sydney Harbour Bridge. In Thailand and other places throughout Southeast Asia, New Years is an excuse to have a massive water fight. Thailand’s traditional New Years festival, known as Songkran, is observed every year from April 13-15. To understand Songkran is to gain an appreciation of Thailand and Thai culture. In this travelogue, we explore the traditions around Songkran and delve into some recommendations for great places to participate in the festivities. Make sure you’ve got a change of clothes, because we’re going to get wet.
Songkran: Thailand’s Wet and Wild Festival
Opps-Snow   May 13, 2019
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