Travel National Museum of Royal Barges

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The Royal Barge Procession, a royal ceremony that involves more than fifty gold-crafted barges, is one of the most spectacular events in the world. With a long-run history since Ayutthaya era, the procession aims to transport the king and/or member(s) of the royal family during special events, such as when delivering the new robes to the monks after a Buddhist Lent period.

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Travel Bank of Thailand Museum

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A visit to the bank of thailand allows visitors to admire two things: the history of the monetary system of Thailand and the beauty of the mansion it sets in. Set in a egg-shell-colored European renaissance mansion of Bang Khun Phrom, which was built during the 1900s to be a residence of Prince Boribhat Sukhumbhand, a son of the revered King Rama V. The history of Thai monetary system is narrated in 14 chambers, each of which tells a different story from the formation of local exchange system to when Thailand had bonded the local currency, Thai Baht, to the global monetary system. You will get to see a precious collection of ancient coins, banknotes and old photographs.

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Travel Jatujak Weekend Market

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You’re not gonna believe that many tourists fly into Bangkok just to visit JJ Market!
This is the world’s largest flea market and very famous for its widest variety of merchandise –from home décor items, exotic Thai handicrafts, religious artifacts to fashion clothing, leather goods, flowers, foods and even live animals.

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Travel Baan Silapin

Baan Silapin or known as Bangkok’s Artist House is located in Wat Thong Sala Ngam, Soi Phet Kasem 28, Phet Kasem Road, Khuha Sawan sub-district, Phasi Charoen district, Bangkok. The house, formerly, belonged to “Raksamruat Family”, an old goldsmith family, but was later sold to Khun Chumphon Akaphanthanan who renovated and re-opened it as art gallery which is the center of all arts lovers.

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Travel Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall

There are two main reasons a single traveler must visit the great Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall. Firstly, this structure is one of the most beautiful Italian Renaissance architectures outside Italy. The construction of this grand mansion was commissioned by His Majesty King Rama V in 1906 to serve as the reception hall. The building was designed by a team of Italian architects, who covered the exterior with white marble imported from Carrara, Italy, while the interior walls are beautifully painted by Italian artists to depict the history of the Chakri Dynasty. The construction was, unfortunately, not finished until 1915, five years after the reign of King Rama V. Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall was later served as Thailand’s first parliament after the political transition from absolute monarchy to constitutional monarchy and is now used for important state’s functions.

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Insight Taste of The World Cuisine in Central Embassy

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Thai cuisine is known around the world for its intricate different preparations, unique blend of spice and herbs with layers of flavors and yumminess. That what makes the country the World’s kitchen. Plus, with the amazing array culinary delights you can find from the streets to upscale restaurants, any city in Thailand is a foodie’s heaven. Thais, hence, love to eat and it reflects in different types of cuisine throughout the city. Here we take you to Bangkok’s premiere lifestyle destination where authentic international cuisines are housed in one place. And your taste buds will thank you for it.

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Insight Bangkok’s 5 Most Beautiful Rooftops

Bangkok at night is wide awake and full of life. It never sleeps and beams lights from the streets to the buildings and the temples. With the majestic Chaopraya River lies in the middle, the panoramic view from above of Bangkok is truly worth the experience to go high up and take it all in. Here is a list of 5 most beautiful hotel rooftops each offers great view of the city with unique concept and amazing interior that would stand out on its own.

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Food APINARA

With a design that draws inspiration from traditional Thai elements, blooming purple orchids are plentiful with stone seating arrangements on both sides of the entrance.

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Insight 48 hours in Bangkok

The Thai name of Bangkok means the city of angels for a reason. This is a city that the sun shines so bright and the night never sleeps. Embodying a perfect blend of tradition and modernity, your visit to Bangkok is sure to be a trip to remember whether you walk through the charming old town by the Chao Phraya river or amongst modernist skyscrapers in downtown area. With countless things to do, you might not want the trip to end every visit. However, for 48 hours, you will sure to cover the best of Bangkok has to offer — an array of eclectic activities that will get to experience the city and Thailand in different senses from seeing to tasting.

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Travel ZEN

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Housed by the leading mega lifestyle complex of CentralWorld, this sleek and modernized sister store of Central is located amid the strategic shopping area (Rajaprasong Junction) where you can have easy access from all directions and transportations.

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Food PAUL Depuis 1889

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French Bakery Restaurant,founded in 1889, its key baking ingredients from France, PAUL bakeries all over the world follow the same recipes and traditional bread-making methods handed down through the Holder family. Such dedication to tradition means PAUL customers know and can expect to enjoy the same, well-loved nutty flavour of PAUL breads anywhere in the worldWhat is the secret ingredient of PAUL’s success? A respect for tradition.

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Travel Patpong Night Market, Silom Road

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Silom Road is considered one of the busiest business districts of Bangkok. Among the high-rise office buildings. Silom also offers night time experiences for shoppers and bar hoppers. You can shop for souvenirs, Thai arts and crafts or even boxing shorts here in Patpong, a small lane off Silom Road. There is also nightlife with pubs, bars and shows that you might want to sneak in and check it out as an adventure of your lifetime!!

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Food Hyde & Seek peek-a-boo

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Since opening its doors in early in 2010 Hyde & Seek Gastro Bar, in soi Ruamrudee has continuously been at the forefront of the cocktail and gastro cuisine movement in Thailand. Peek-a-Boo is “outside” our original “hyding” spot in the Ploenchit area and boldly reemerges right at the heart of the city at Groove CentralWorld. Semi-open façade, merging the outdoor with the indoor, a variety of seating selections: bar stools, sofa, armchairs, rocking chairs and dining chairs. Peek-a-Boo is a treat for your senses and a revisit of youthful experiences where your spirit can free itself, relax and be entertained in a busy world. Peek-a-Boo is an all-day dining restaurant where all dishes are the highlight, offering modern cooking comfort food from western cuisine then adapt it to local taste to surprise all diners. We work closely with organic farmers to bring the best vegetables and herbs to your table.

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Travel CentralWorld

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CentralWorld is the largest lifestyle shopping destination in Bangkok.
This is the fashion capital with a wide range of international fashion brands
and Thai designer brands, an unrivalled range of products and services
from head-to-toe health and beauty treatments, to dining at over 100 restaurants.

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