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    Top 5 Recommend Bangkok Attractions for Newbie

    From busy shopping mall, street market to temple & Palace in historic town, Bangkok has it all. The City Of Angle (meaning of Krungthep , official name of Bangkok) represents an original mix of modern life and traditional way of culture and heritage. In Bangkok, numerous temples, museums, rich cultural heritage, exciting nightlife, world-class hotels, street food, adventurous wildlife, ocean life, shopping mall , access to beach town, world performance stage shows, natural beauties, and much more things to keep you busy, during your vacation. You could create various types of Bangkok day tours both inside the city and out of town.





    If you want to create Bangkok day trip, then you should add cultural sightseeing that make Bangkok distinct from another destination. Visitors can go to enrich cultural sites to exposure to many impressive and entertaining things there. Let’s us give you a guideline. Then consider the following five.



    Temples

    More than 400 temples were built by Thai monarch , nobility, and lament. Temple use to be a spiritual unit for everyone. Temples located in many parts of the city such as on the street, community and the bank of the canal. So you do not need to visit all temple to understand some Thai culture, but visit some temple such as the Reclining Buddha , Wat Arun and Golden Buddha are great. These temples are the most popular in the city and you can certainly appreciate the environment and construction works of those temples. And also observe the way of Thai people participate and make ritual in the temple of their daily life.



    Market

    Shopping is a must doing when you are in Bangkok. Well know and very unique market is not in Bangkok. But it is not too far. Damnoen Saduak is definitely the perfect for the friendly environment along the canal inside Ratchaburi province. Besides, you'll find this area entertaining and impressive. You only imagine small canals teeming using the boats piled using the freshest products, and paddled by ladies to prevent or sell. This really is amazing and you might not find such scene in any other place in the world.

    Canal Trip
    Bangkok has a lot of networks of canal. It’s worth seeing the way of Thai living along the canal, while taking a cruise trip along the canal and the river. The boat its self is also very unique , so called long tailed boat or some time called James bond boat since it was in the movie, The Man with the golden gun.

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    The Grand Palace
    The Grand Palace is probably the best places to see in Bangkok. This Palace is official of the King Resident. It is a historic attraction and widely appreciated with the tourist from around the world. This Palace is popular for your beautiful structures and architecture. Visit this area to look around the appeal of the Thailand’s famous landmark.


    Lumpini Park
    Bangkok has several popular parks and museums. Anyone will discover the Lumpini Park interesting as it has various kinds of recreation for entertainment. With this park, you'll find interesting sculptures, Chinese-styled pavilions, a lake, traditional Thai pavilions, open green areas, and a lot of green space you won't ever discover in every other place on this city. On Sunday, there are occasionally free concerts arranged from the local musicians and students.


    Above top recommended activities are located in the old city and center city. A visitor who not accustom to Bangkok may harden to visit all of the places within one day. However, the tour guide or local agent can help you to complete the visit in a short time and make it more efficient.

    Besides, you can go to Madame Tussaud, wildlife, museums, Safari World, underwater life, Dream World, Noong Nooch Village, and excursion to Pattaya or Jomtien Beach.
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    If only there were a tour company that could arrange for me to go to these wonderful places.

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    Yes, if only there were a "one-stop-shop" that could pre-arrange such an all-encompassing and wonderously fascinating and complete tour of the city of angels.

    Any ideas Pimmy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    If only there were a tour company that could arrange for me to go to these wonderful places.
    http://www,nanaplazaandotherthingstours.edu

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    Yes, the tour company can arrange the for you. But it is not easy to go 5 places within a day . Hope this reply your questions.

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    Albert , Stop shop places in the tour won't work now a day. Many company stop that . ... Thank for asking... So my post is not to quiet .. haha.. Anyway, i am not a native ENGLISH Speaker ka ha.. Hope you understand my Tinglish

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    I been wondering about a trip like this for years. All in one too!!

    But where would l book one from? I can't find a company that does this :-(

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    can I go to klong toey and buy some yaaba ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimmy17 View Post
    Yes, the tour company can arrange the for you. But it is not easy to go 5 places within a day .
    Can you arrange it so I can bang a Nana hooker in 5 different holes,...errrr....I mean: locations?

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    Is the trip by van or coach?

    Look forward to double parking right outside Central World or Erawan Shrine


    Certified, qualified drivers?

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    Are the drivers of the nose picking persuasion or do they frown on such peasant behavior?

    Will they be pleased with verbal tips?

    Do you have any drivers who happen to be named Somchai? Like, for real.

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    What about the brakes on the vehicles...

    Are they regularly serviced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimmy17 View Post
    Yes, the tour company can arrange the for you. But it is not easy to go 5 places within a day . Hope this reply your questions.
    sarcasm, right over his head 55555

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    My recommendation is to get out of it as quickly as possible.

    Every time I am forced to go to that noisy, crowed, traffic snarled mess for some reason I marvel that anyone would voluntarily live in that human ants nest. Still each to his own I suppose some need crowds around them for comfort and security and to be entertained by others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    My recommendation is to get out of it as quickly as possible.
    I never really had you down as the 'self-medicating' type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I never really had you down as the 'self-medicating' type.
    I suspect medication would be needed to stay there.

    The first thing that hits me when I get off the bus (not mad enough to drive) when I have to go there is the noise then the air pollution. I know what peace, quiet and fresh air is and I much prefer it to noise and pollution.

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    Top 5 Bangkok attractions surely should include a few brief visits to the city's many pie makers establishments.

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    They have all gone out of business.

    The competition was just too hot.

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    I'll never understand why they got rid of Suan Lum, which was a gentle introduction to Bangkok for visitors and covered most bases.

    Plenty of food and beer, sexy birds and the odd cock in a frock dancing on stage for that truly authentic Bangkok vibe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    that human ants nest.
    Sounds like my friend's description of a recent trip to Delhi.

    "It was like kicking over an ant hill, pouring gasoline over the scattered inhabitants and lighting them on fire."

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    At the time they said Suan Lum was making way for a mall.

    The 'replacement' Suan Lum is up Ratchada by Lat phrao, in the grounds of a huge crappy hotel always full of Chinese.

    It's a horrible place but they got their beloved Chink tourists to spend money.

    I doubt any white tourists venture up there like the old place.

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    I loved the old Night Bazaar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    At the time they said Suan Lum was making way for a mall.

    The 'replacement' Suan Lum is up Ratchada by Lat phrao, in the grounds of a huge crappy hotel always full of Chinese.

    It's a horrible place but they got their beloved Chink tourists to spend money.

    I doubt any white tourists venture up there like the old place.
    I remember thinking at the time: just what Bangkok needs, another mall.

    I didn't know the replacement was in Lad Phrao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naptownmike View Post
    I loved the old Night Bazaar.
    So did I.

    Did a thread about it a year ago ... http://teakdoor.com/bangkok-forum/17...ini-night.html (Reminiscing ... I liked the old Lumpini Night Market)

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    None of the so called replacements have been anything close to the same atmosphere.

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