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Bangkok attracts travelers from all over the world with its unique charm. The Grand Palace and its surrounding attractions are glittering with royal splendor while the mighty Chao Phraya River runs right through the city. Red lights adorn Chinatown, illuminating a whole different culture while the glass walls around the Siam Square One reflect the Sun, revealing the prosperity of this commercial district.

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Buddhist culture

Buddhism is the dominant religion in Thailand with over 95% of the Thai population believing in it. So you cannot miss the many Buddhist temples when you wander along the street of Bangkok. The temples are splendid and historical in nature, and here are some of the best.

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Stop A
1 min
Stop B
24 min
Stop C
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    Stop A : Grand Palace
    It’s the best-preserved and most historical palace in Thailand. Composed of a group of sprawling buildings, it holds the essence of painting, sculpture and costume art.
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    Stop B : Temple of the Reclining Buddha
    In this oldest temple, it is worth seeing the 15-meter-tall and 46-meter-long Buddha lying on top of the altar, covered in gold and set with precious stones.
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    Stop C : Erawan Shrine
    Its front and back are four faces that represent respectively kindness, sadness, mercy and joy. Every day, devout people from all over the world come to visit and pray.
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Diversified markets

Apart from a variety of spectacular temples, many kinds of fantastic markets are situated all over Bangkok. Just drive round and feel the vibrant atmosphere and experience the life of a Bangkok local. Here everything is being sold, from local delicacies, fresh flowers, agricultural produce, and many other eccentric goods. Step in, you will definitely experience a lot!

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Stop A
26 min
Stop B
20 min
Stop C
17 min
Stop D
1 h 5 min
Stop E
11 min
Stop F
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    Stop A : Chatuchak Weekend Market
    Taking the title of the biggest flea market in Southeast Asia, it sells a variety of items from clothes, handicrafts and flowers to birds, fish, and insects.
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    Stop B : Khao San Road Night Market
    It contains various bars for backpackers and for those who enjoy nightlife and drinking. Besides, even being only 300-meters long, this street will never leave you bored.
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    Stop C : Chinatown Bangkok
    A prosperous business district, around for nearly 200 years, it has been run entirely by ethnic Chinese. It's said that 70% of Bangkok's gold stores ply their trade here.
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    Stop D : Asiatique The Riverfront
    The largest night market in Asia converted from old wharf warehouses. Enjoy the Chao Phraya River’s night view by taking the world’s fastest Ferris wheel.
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    Stop E : Maeklong Railway Market
    Stalls that sell cheap fruit and fresh vegetables are lined up along the tracks. Watch the spectacle when a train comes as vendors pack up and clear the way in just 1sec.
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    Stop F : Amphawa Floating Market
    It’s one of the most famous water markets in Thailand, located at the bank of the Chao Phraya River on which you can experience the rich Thai market culture by boat.

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