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Wat Chai Wattanaram

Wat ChaiWattanaram was built in 1630 by King Prasat Thong during the later period of Ayutthaya which is almost  400 years ago. After his coronation day, the king instructed to build this temple to commemorate his mother’s hometown and celebrate the victory of defeating the Khmer. HISTORY What ChaiWattanaram was the cremation site for members...

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak Market is a hundred years old well-known market until now a day. It meant to be the communication of commercial in the past. This is the most famous floating market in Thailand where the tourists should visit. It’s the longest canal market which was built by labors since early king’s range 4 until...

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Wat Tham Sua

Wat Tham Sua has the most stunning and biggest Buddha statue in Kanchanaburi, that was made of Mosaic golden tiles. Once making an afford going up by a hundred step of the staircase, you will see a very nice view of the rice field, greenish and breezy. You can see this temple from the long...

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Longtail Boat Tour

Tour around the Bangkok Canal by longtail boat is also a good option for tourist who likes to see the actual Thai living lifestyle along the canal. It’s quite worth your money for an hour trip but you get to see much more things in hiding area in Bangkok that can’t be accessed by car.

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BAAN SUKHAWADEE

MEANING Baan Sukhawadee is a meaningful house because of the combination of sacred statue that shows different gods and its color white, pink and blue. Pink is referring for love “The place without love is meaningless”, Blue is for water that initiated all life. Water can reform into a different shape if human can also...

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Wat Phra Si Sanphet

This temple has no monk only built for the temple of the palace. It used to be the place where the king stay. It’s around 550 years old. The most interesting thing in this temple is Chedi, Srilangka style. King Rama II in Ayutthaya period has built the first Chedi in the east side in...

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Wat Ratchaburana

Wat Ratchaburana was constructed under the reign of King Boromrachathirat II (King Sam Praya) of Ayutthaya Kingdom in 1424. The purpose was to place the bodies for the cremation of Chao Ai Phraya and Chao See Phraya who were his brother. They both died on the elephant’s back while fighting over the father’s property. In...

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Ancient city

Ancient city is the place where the collection of cultural and artwork of Thailand from different range period of time for the learning source. The Ancient City creates a kind of atmosphere that induces visitors to perceive and appreciate the continuity of history, cultures, religions, arts, and customs of Thai people from dawn until now....

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Art in Paradise Bangkok

This is really amazing 3D art! The pictures were drawn with three-dimensional technique, scientific methods, and special resource so that paintings look real and alive. You can enjoy taking pictures for a few hours since the place is quite big than expecting.Make sure that you follow the advice below to enjoy the art:1. Prepare your...

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Safari World & Marine Park

Do you like animals? If yes, then don’t refuse to come here. This is the largest zoo in Bangkok, 480 acres (190 ha). There are a variety of shows for you to enjoy watching. As you see from the picture below, these monkeys will stand by after finished their performance.  I am an animal lover, especially...

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Wat Pho in Bangkok Temple of Reclining Buddha

WAT PHO was originally called Wat Photaram, was built during the Ayutthaya Period. Then, in 1788 King Rama I ordered its complete restoration and renovation. Also installed more than 1,000 Buddha images that were abandoned from temples in Ayutthaya, Sukhothai and other sites in Thailand. Wat Pho is the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok with...

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Grand Palace (Wat Phra Kaew) – Bangkok

Grand Palace Established in 1782 after King Rama I ascended to the throne. The prior palace and center of administration had been located in Thonburi. The new places were built not only as his residence but also as the site of administrative offices. It covers an area of 218,000 square meters and is surrounded by...

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