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Sky Bar @ Sirocco Bangkok

Sky Bar @ Sirocco Bangkok

Sky Bar @ Sirocco Bangkok Aside from all of the famous temples and malls scattered across Bangkok, the city has also become famous for its numerous rooftop bars. One of the most famous rooftop bars is the Sky Bar @ Sirocco Bangkok. Part of the Lebua family of luxury hotels and resorts, The State Tower is the ...

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What To Do In Bangkok?

What To Do In Bangkok?

What To Do In Bangkok? This is a pretty common question that is asked by potential travelers and tourists as they start planning their trip to Thailand. The two main factors to consider when trying to put together an itinerary are how much time do you have and what sorts of things interest you. I have provided a ...

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Bangkok – Khaosan Road (Thannon Khaosan)

Bangkok – Khaosan Road (Thannon Khaosan)

Khaosan Road is probably one of the most popular tourist areas in Bangkok. It is most well known for being the center for backpackers and many Thailand tours start from this area. Khaosan Road, also known as Thanon Khaosan, is located in the Banglamphu area of the Phra Nakhon District in Bangkok, Thailand. Khaosan ...

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Bangkok – Rattanakosin Island (Old City)

Bangkok – Rattanakosin Island (Old City)

Rattanakosin Island (Old City) is a historic area near the center of Bangkok, Thailand, that contains many attractions of historic significance. When booking Thailand tours, Rattanakosin Island will often be referred to as the Old City. Rattanakosin Island is in the Phra Nakhon District in Bangkok, Thailand, and is ...

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Bangkok – Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

Bangkok – Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) is most commonly seen on posters advertising Thailand tours or visit Thailand. It is arguably an even better known symbol of Thailand than The Grand Palace. The downside of the popularity of Wat Arun is that it tends to get a lot of visitors. Wat Arun derives its name from the Hindu god ...

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Bangkok – Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

Bangkok – Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), formally known as Wat Phra Chettuphon, is known for housing a massive reclining Buddha. The Buddha statue itself is approximately 15 meters high and 43 meters long. It's feet are decorated with mother-of-pearl and intricate designs including 108 panels displaying the ...

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