Bangkok has a multitude of temples, some of which are very well known and visited by tourists who know the city and others, smaller, only known by the local population. To speak of Bangkok’s temples is to speak of places like Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Suthat, Wat Traimit
In 1782, King Rama I ascended the throne as the first ruler of the Chakri dynasty and made Bangkok the capital of the entire kingdom, founding it on the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River in the Rattanakosin region.At the time, in order to defend the city against attacks,
Bangkok is a city full of temples that explain the whole history of the capital. They all have their role in history and they all have their little details. Wat Suthat and the giant swing or Sua Ching Cha in Bangkok stand out from the rest. History of the Giant
Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World (formerly known as Siam Ocean World), located inside the Siam Paragon in central Bangkok, is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia. In the basement of the huge shopping mall, you will find, among other things, a long 270-degree sub-oceanic tunnel, a 360-degree panoramic
The Erawan Museum is located on the outskirts of Bangkok, so it is not well known in the typical routes of the city. The building and its gardens are extraordinarily beautiful, but it is true that the most striking is the gigantic three-headed elephant that greets visitors imposingly from the
The Grand Royal Palace is a complex of buildings located in the central district of Phra Nakhon in Bangkok, and is the official residence of the kings of Thailand since 1785.Since the founding of Bangkok, the Grand Royal Palace has been the main architectural symbol of the Thai royal family.
Are you looking for an appealing region to tour? Are you interested in seeing some of the best tourist attractions in the world? If your answer is yes, then Bangkok is one of the best locations for tourism for you to try. From Bangkok’s golden temples, luxurious shopping malls, massage
The Royal Barges Museum houses eight of the 50 historic boats that form a procession on the water during very important official ceremonies. Their appearance on the water is now extremely rare, only 16 times in the last 65 years. They are all made of teak, beautifully carved and decorated.
Wat Traimit and its Golden Buddha is one of the main attractions to see for those who want to get to know the main temples of Bangkok. Located in the heart of Bangkok’s famous Chinatown, Wat Traimit is home to one of the most revered and important Buddha statues in