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  • 51. Electronics

    220V 50 Hz There are 2 types of sockets, Type A NEMA 1-15 (North American 15 A/125 V ungrounded), this simple plug has two flat parallel pins, or blades. Type C technically known as the CEE 7/16...

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  • 52. Maps

    in this modern age of smartphones with built in GPS Locators and Tablets, you hardly need to get the free printed maps of the attractions and sight of bangkok, all you have to do is download the free...

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  • 53. Thai Iced Tea

    Cha Yen or Cold tea in Thai is their version of Iced Tea since Iced teas are popular around asia (tarik tea of malaysia, pearl milk tea of hong kong, pandanus tea of the philippines, bubble tea of...

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  • 54. Democracy Monument

    The beautiful flowers around the monument are what attract us to snap some photos in the first place. Every time we pass by around this monument, we know that we're nearly reaching the guest house...

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  • 55. Muay Thai Boxing

    Kickboxing has a long history in Thailand and is the country's national sport. An evening ringside at a Muay Thai event is a must for any sporting enthusiast traveling to Thailand. Traditional Muay...

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  • 56. Walking

    The Palace should still be open, but that could change at any time, with or without the protests. Check with your hotel prior to going there and they can check or they will know, but again it can...

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  • 57. Royal Barges National Museum

    Main Attractions of Bangkok National Museum Na Phrathat Road Royal Barges Museum On Bangkok Noi Canal Museum of Imagery Technology Prasart Museum National Theatre Location: Na Phrathat...

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  • 58. Jim Thompson House

    My favorite Museums and Palaces in Bangkok 01. Jim Thompson House 02. Suan Pakkad Palace 03. Royal Barges Museum 04. National Museum 05. Vinanmek Palace 06. Grand Palace 07. Kamthieng House 08....

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  • 59. Christmas Season

    Hey Mike, Yeah, as Lucy stated it will be peak season and busy. If you are going to stay at a decent hotel, 3-5 star, you may want to book soon as it will probably fill up. If you are not staying in a...

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  • 60. Erawan Shrine

    This shrine of Hindu God is very revered by many people who came to pay homage and beg for blessings. Laced flowers and small wooden elephants as well as Thai dancing performances are offered to the...

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  • 61. Sanam Luang

    This often-dusty open space may not appear to be much to look at at times, but it's of great importance to the Thais. Important celebrations and ceremonies are held here from time to time, including...

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  • 62. Royal Ploughing Festival

    This Festival is held on a different day each year, but usually its in May. This year, was Monday, May 11th, and because of this, it was declared a Public Holiday. If you are here when its on, like I...

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  • 63. King's birthday

    In December the Kings birthday is celebrated. And the people of Thailand really know how to celebrate their belowing king! Everything is decorated with picture's of the king and they everywhere they...

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  • 64. Wat Ratchaburana

    While walking around taking pictures in Wat Mahathat, this temple came into view. It looked so interesting from where we were (and near) that we thought we could just walk to it...NOT. That temple in...

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  • 65. Wat Suthat

    Thai people believe that visiting and making merit at nine temples in one day will bring them luck and good karma. The number nine is considered lucky by thai people. The nine temples that easy to...

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  • 66. Coconut Farms

    The big coconut plantation, I think if you're not from a tropic country, you will be impressed to this plantation... for me it's nice! but in a sense, these is not new to me being an asian., glad I've...

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  • 67. Wat Ratchanatdaram

    Now we knew that Wat Rajanadda at Mahajessadabodin Pavilion ground is also Wat Ratchanatdaram. This temple has Buddha relic in it and was said to be famous for their Buddha amulets & magic charms. We...

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  • 68. Vimanmek Teak Mansion

    The Vimanmek Teak Palace - it's a fabulous old building. You'll need to take off your shoes and take a guided tour, but it's well worth it. As it's still officially a royal palace, make sure you're...

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  • 69. VAT - Tax Refund

    When shopping for big ticket items, sometimes they qualify for VAT refunds. You will be asked to fill out an A4 size form after purchasing an item. This form will be shown to the VAT refund office...

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