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        Ancient City and Erawan Museum Ticket
        Even better than expected! The elephant was absolutely enormous. And even better - after climbing up all of the stairs we found ourselves looking out of a window that was in tbe elephant’s stomach itself! Erawan is definitely one of the best tourist destinations in Bangkok. A great and quiet place midweek too!

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        Let's Relax Onsen Package at Thonglor Branch in Bangkok
        Japanese style onsen with many types of onsen pond, steam room, sauna and even a hot stone room. Relaxing area is pretty large but there quite. Bit of people here. The place no underwear provided so expect to go nude all the way unlike some of the onsen in Bangkok. Massage wise, felt like it was very hygienic due to covid. The massage therapist wore latex gloves, face mask, face shield and use alcohol to clean items. I was pretty impressed by it. The massage itself also superb and made me feel awesome afterwards. I would come again.

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        Ayutthaya Private Car Charter from Bangkok
        The driver was kind, courteous and very enthusiastic. Although the driver was not fluent in English, he used translators to introduce and communicate with us along the road, which made us very relieved. It is really convenient to charter a car from Bangkok to Ayutthaya. The driver also took us. Go to a restaurant that the locals like, big push!

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        Private Suvarnabhumi Airport Transfers (BKK) for Bangkok, Pattaya, and More by Oriental Holiday
        Although there is a MRT in Bangkok, there are many urban vehicles that are prone to traffic jams (especially at rush hour), but for passengers with large luggage, special car transfer is the most convenient thing! After arriving at the airport, the driver will ask you which airline to take (because I know which gate you have to stop at so that you can walk less far) and the driver's unexpected English is not bad, basic communication and dialogue are ok????????

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        Private City Transfers between Hua Hin and Bangkok by TTS
        The car arrived at the hotel door early, this time the return trip (Hua Hin back to Bangkok) even informed the hotel counter that he has arrived and waited (because the hotel notified us, but we have not arrived yet before the time we booked), the car is five-seater off A coach, so the back seat is more spacious and comfortable (we only have two of us). The same thing in the middle will let us get out of the car and go to the bathroom to buy things at a time, and the journey takes about two hours. Overall, they are satisfied. The drivers are considered safe driving (the speed is within our acceptable range), and there is still a chance that the preferred mode of transportation will be the first choice in the future!

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        Jeh O Chula in Siam (Michelin Guide 2020)
        This restaurant is the best restaurant for me to eat Thai food. It is located near the center of Bangkok. All foods here are so much delicious. I recommend you ordering crispy pork and salmon salad. A piece of salmon is so big and thick. If you book by KLOOK, you do not need to wait. Moreover, you can order other foods which does not have in your package you book

        Top sights in Bangkok

        Bangkok is a thrilling great city of contrast and culture. The traditional beauty of its iconic shrines and temples complement the city’s urban architecture and dynamic lifestyle. From its vibrant nightlife and thriving food scene to its sprawling marketplaces and upscale shopping destinations, you will never run out of fun things to do in Bangkok! If you’re wondering where to start, here are the top 10 famous places in Bangkok:

        The Grand Palace

        The Grand Palace is an architectural wonder sitting at the heart of Bangkok. The complex boasts several grandiose buildings, including the renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Reclining Buddha, the imperial residence, and the administrative offices. This heritage site follows a strict dress code, so avoid wearing prohibited outfits like torn pants, mini skirts, shorts, see-through tops, and other clothing with exposed shoulders.
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        Temple of the Emerald Buddha

        The Temple of Emerald Buddha, also known as the Wat Phra Kaew, is the most significant Buddhist temple in Thailand found within the grounds of The Grand Palace. Stand in awe of the intricately-designed architecture and be amazed by the gilded golden interior decorated with huge murals. This ornate temple is a sacred place, so tourists are expected to follow the proper dress code (no torn, tight, and short pants, mini skirts, and sleeveless shirts). Beat the crowds by going there early and purchasing your tourist ticket online ahead of your visit.
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        Wat Arun Ratchavararam Tempal of Dawn

        Wat Arun Ratchavararam (Temple of Dawn) is one of the most popular Bangkok tourist places showcasing the sophisticated architecture and culture of Thailand. This Buddhist temple at the west bank of Chao Phraya River (opposite of The Grand Palace) is accessible via a water taxi or a ferry ride. The magnificent pieces of Chinese porcelain and colorful glass decorate its dazzling facade best enjoyed during sunset for its spectacular views. Note that the temple observes proper dress code since it is a place of worship.
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        Khaosan Road

        If you want to experience Bangkok’s famous nightlife scene, Khaosan Road is the perfect place for you! This short yet bustling street in the Bang Lamphu area is the haven for backpackers as it is close to transport hubs and offers budget-friendly options for lodging. There are also plenty of street food stalls and shopping boutiques and a variety of local pubs and clubs where you can party with the locals and other tourists.
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