is the capital and most crowded city of Thailand, It is the social, cultural, educational, political and monetary focal point of Thailand, and an only metroloitian city. Bangkok is the center point for the greater part of the business and temperate exercises of the Kingdom. In the meantime, the City is exceptionally renowned and loved by visitors for its adaptability and various points of interests. From temples to markets, Bangkok unquestionably has what it takes to engage guests from all origins, either first time or return travellers. It’s always among the world’s most visited destination by tourist or business travellers. The city is a genuine visitor heaven, demonstrated by the increasing number of travellers coming every year and absolutely satisfying the its guests being a hot spot in the whole Southeast Asia. The ‘City of Angels’ has amazing markets, huge shopping centers, a riverside loaded with surprises, a dynamic nightlife scene, numerous astonishing sights and attractions that mirror its “one of a kind legacy”, and a whole lot more.
Aside of the touring and shopping, Bangkok has formed into a magnet for foodies of all origins. A similar scope of options are available for accommodation as well, all over the city, from top end internationally renowned chain of properties to family run guesthouses, requests of all travelers are met. In regards to the health and unwinding of self – Bangkok has observed an enormous development of city Spas and Wellness centers, withstanding the long ago settled Thai massage centers. There are an ample number of tourist attractions in Bangkok, most famous of which are the historical attractions, temples with outstanding architecture and workmanship, castles, palaces, arts , exhibition halls, museums, parks, and a major cluster of shopping malls , from extravagance shopping centers to flea or road side markets. Bangkok nightlife is another feature that attracts lot of tourists throughout the world.
Commonly referred to in English as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and is viewed as the most sacred Buddhist Temple in Thailand. The Emerald Buddha housed in the sanctrum is an intense religio-political image and the palladium of Thai society. It is situated in Phra Nakhon District, the historic focal point of Bangkok, inside the premises of the Grand Palace.
Also spelled Wat Po, is a Buddhist Temple complex in the Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand. It is on Rattanakosin Island, specifically south of the Grand Palace. Apart from its huge collection of Buddha statues, it’s also known for its huge reclining Buddha which draws visitors from all over Thailand, and all over the world. This is one of the major attractions in Bangkok for both tourists and Thai people alike. The Wat Pho is also one of the world’s oldest public universities, and provides an official seat for the practice of traditional Thai massage.
"The Temple of Dawn" is a Buddhist temple in Yai area of Bangkok, Thailand, on the Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Wat Arun is among the most recognizable and memorable landmarks of Bangkok’s skyline & the principal light of the morning reflect off the surface of the temple with silvery luminosity. The most spectacular view of the glittering monument can be seen from the east side of the river at sunset as Wat Arun’s colorfully decorated spires sparkle radiantly over the water. In 1991, UNESCO designated it a World Heritage Site within Ayutthaya Historical Park. Its famous chedi or stupa (pagoda) that rises more than 30 meters (100 feet) above the Chao Phraya River offers one of the best views in Ayutthaya.
is the Monastery of the Golden Mount and is situated off the city island in the fields 2 Km northwest of Ayutthaya in Phukhao Thong Sub-district. The main monuments ishuge stupa with a Mon-style square base, established in the late 14th century by King Naresuan to commemorate his victory over the Burmese at this location. This temple is not far from the old city.
one of only a handful few especially interesting Temple in Bangkok, Wat Ratchanatdaram is best known for the Loha Prasat, a 36-meter-tall multi-tiered structure featuring 37 metal spires, signifying the 37 virtues toward enlightenment in Buddhist belief. There are five towers of varying sizes, topped by huge iron spikes. The many columns create a labyrinth. The central tower has steps that lead to shrine at the top. The amulet market behind the temple is famous.
Located toward the end of Chinatown's Yaowarat Road, close to Hualampong Railway Station, Wat Traimit houses the world's biggest gigantic gold seated Buddha estimating about five meters in height and measuring five and a half tons in weight. This powerful image has such a bright, reflective surface that its edges seem to disappear, and it gleams with such richness and purity that even the most jaded are inspired by its strength and power.