Bangkok Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • 26. Mandarin Oriental Hotel

    Okay, I'm a walker in Bangkok at the right opportunity. WaLker! Can't beat it to notice the local life and some of the smaller urban details. BUT... Walking Bangkok can be a bit difficult if you...

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  • 27. Nonthaburi

    Nonthaburi Nonthaburi is a province located only 10 km from Bangkok. Have some interest attractions and have very cheap markets. Information Name: Nonthaburi Close to: Bangkok Location: Central...

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  • 28. Rose Garden

    The Rose Gardens lie on the banks of the Ta Chine River. You take take river cruises from the Rose Gardens to Wat Rai Khing wheere there is a natural fish sanctuary with thousands of giant catfish....

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  • 29. Chatuchak Park

    The Chatuchak park is a component of the Chatuchak weekend market and if you are walking from the market going to the MRT Station or the BTS Sky Train Station, then you will pass by this park as it...

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  • 30. Wat Pho

    When you visit the Wat Po and Grand Palace (which can be done in an entire afternoon), walk along the tree-shaded sidewalk between the 2 places, specifically the street -- forgot the name-- nearest...

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  • 31. Wat Indra Viharn

    This temple is quite interesting as it has a huge outdoor standing Buddha. It is nice walk north of Khao San Rd on Sam Sen Rd. It can be a little tricky getting to it as it is hidden amongst some...

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  • 32. Bang Pa-In Palace

    If you have time, please visit this little known summer palace. there's a myriad of architectural styles to be seen in the buildings here. The grounds are much smaller than the grand palace in...

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  • 33. Ko Samet

    This is the unofficial beach retreat for people living in Bangkok. A three hour drive away, and a ferry trip later, you will find yourself on the party island of central Thailand. On the west side of...

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  • 34. Baiyoke Sky Hotel

    Most people that book with a touroperator forget this, but I got this tip from a collegue : Visit the Bayoke tower (the highest skyscraper with the 'drink,don't drive' publicity'. You have to pay a...

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  • 35. Victory Monument

    Extracted from the website below since it describes the monument best: ..."Victory Monument commemorates those who died in national service – policemen, military officers and civilians. The concrete...

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  • 36. Nakhon Pathom

    Phetchaburi Information Name: Petchaburi Attraction Type: Eco Tourism, National Parks, Historical Parks, Beaches Close to: Ratchaburi, Prachuap Khiri Khan Location: Central Thailand Pictures and...

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  • 37. Wat Ratchabopit

    I only discovered this temple due to an attempted con - it started out with some guy on the street (as ever) telling me about this place which was only open once a year.... Fortunately for me, the...

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  • 38. Dusit Zoo

    A popular place for the weekend in the heart of the city, Dusit Zoo or the other original name Khao Din Wana, tell taxi driver shortly go to Khao Din!!. Here you will see thai families spending time...

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  • 39. Crocodile Farm

    It's not everybody's idea of fun, but we found it entertaining and a good laugh. Especially feeding the crocs. There was also magnificent gardens within the farm too, if you wanted to get away from...

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  • 40. Mah Boon Krong - MBK

    Heeheeh,... nope, not a street full of sexual challenge, but hold your breathe! Here the entrails are prepaired for food. Bowels, intestines, tripe, just name it and you can find it here! Indeed this...

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  • 41. Santa Cruz Church

    Apparently quite a few Chinese people live in the Old Thonburi District. We passed this busy Chinese Temple (it was Chinese New Year time) on our way to Wat Kalayanamit. The temple can be accessed...

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  • 42. Wat Sakhet

    Many people use the Chao Phrya river buses to get around Bangkok but very few "farangs" use the buses that ply the old canal 30 (Khlong Sam Sep). If you go to the Golden Mount (Wat Sakhet) and look...

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  • 43. Phuket

    Several times already ,we visited Phuket , and we would be back for more..one of the paradise on earth we would to rate it :-) Phuket, formerly known as Thalang ,or Jung Ceylon,is located in the...

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  • 44. Ratchaburi

    Kanchanaburi Information Name: Kanchanaburi Attraction Type: Eco Tourism, National Parks, Waterfalls Close to: Ratchaburi, Suphan Buri, Tak provinces Location: Central Thailand Pictures and...

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  • 45. Wat Chaiwatthanaram

    The Main Prang: 35 m high built in the early Ayutthaya style. The 4 lesser prangs are in the style of King Prasattong. Wat Chaiwatthanaram was also a royal monastery. Used to perform religious rites...

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  • 46. Wat Arun

    The statues I found at the Wat Arun Temple (the one in the west bank of the river) reminded me some statues I found in China. They had the same dressings, the same facial expressions... very different...

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  • 47. Chinese culture

    From the look of it, you might think that this Chinese Arch would be the centre of attention in this part of town - but there wasn't a tourist in sight when I took this picture. It's probably all down...

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  • 48. Lak Muang - City Pillar Shrine

    A Lak Mueang or City pillar is found in most cities of Thailand. Usually housed in a shrine which is also believed to house the city spirit deity, Chao Pho Lak Meuang, it is held in high esteem by the...

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  • 49. Santiphap Park

    Just to the east of Victory Monument is this little green space. You're unlikely to want to travel far to visit this park, but should you be in nearby and want an early morning stroll (Bangkok parks...

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  • 50. Wat Mahatat

    This old temple was built in the Ayuthaya period during the Reign of King Rama I .The temple is located just off Phra That Rd and is very close to Sanam Luang Park and the Grand Palace.Entering the...

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