After landing at the Bangkok airport, you should consider hitting Wat Suthat without wasting any time. It is a vast temple compound, giving you a spiritual kind of feeling. Although it was never properly restored, the magnificent paintings in the temple were created to compete with the Italian Renaissance.
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The theatre was founded by one of the most reserved actresses of the country; Patravadi. Extra ordinary dancers and exciting young students arrange a dinner show of acrobatics and Thai drumming every night. You will not regret spending your hard earned cash on a place that will soak into your soul.
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Or Tor Gor
Right across the Chatuchak weekend market, this farmer’s market is an incredible place showcasing both the Thai sensibility and tropical abundance. Grilled prawns, coconut crab curry and green mangoes are some of the specialities of this market.
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Art and Shopping
The art activists in the City fought for decades before creating the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. If you want to see more art, cross the sky bridge to the MBK Centre to buy product on discount rates.
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Sukhumvit Soi 11
Do you want to get away from the call girls and hookers of red light Nana neighbourhood? Consider hitting the Bed Supper Club and Manchester United Restaurant and Bar on Sukhumvit Soit 11.
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You will find a variety of products on Sale in Chinatown including flowers, orchids and birds of paradise. So do not waste any time and pop into the China Town to buy gifts for your relatives and friends back home.
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For those who want to know how the ancient Bangkok looked like, visit Bang Krajaoa at the end of Narathiwas Road. Once you enter this area, you will not feel like going away from it.
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An otherworldly temple compound that showcases the combination of the ghostly and corporeal like nowhere else in the world. It is a wonderful place for those visiting the city with their families.
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Silom Road's Sri Mariamman
It is the oldest Hindu Temple in the city. Take some time out to see how Bangkok goes wild when it goes Hindu. The temple is bound to impress you at the first sight.
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