This article I’ll offer to guide temples in Bangkok or wats and what to do in Bangkok for the new travelers.
The previous article I told you already about the first place that you don’t miss.
Subsequently, Wat Pho was the reign of King Rama I and was the first university in Thailand. Because it has many inscriptions In addition, UNESCO has registered as a World Heritage Site in the Asia-Pacific region in March 2008.
The highlight of Pho Temple is the large reclining Buddha image and the pagoda with 99 pagodas, including the statue of the hermit, a symbol of ancient Thai healing.
The Grand Palace
Phra Kaew Temple is part of the Grand Palace. Located in the corner of the Grand Palace on the east side The Grand Palace has many tourists from all over the world who compete for Thai history and culture.
Chatuchak Market or JJ Market
Popular shopping areas of Thai people and foreigners Open on Saturday, Sunday Wednesday and Thursday are the wholesale markets for trees. Not to be missed. It is a source of supplies. Fashion clothes, pet stores and many more, such as art galleries, handmade products.
China Town (Yaowarat)
Chinatown, Bangkok’s Chinatown. It is the world’s most famous street food and popular restaurant. In this nightly adventure, we will take you to experience the complexities. The 200-year-old community in Bangkok that is full of Thai-Chinese traditions and delicious food. During the tour, you will walk to explore and taste local food from 7 famous restaurants. From vendors to famous Thai-Chinese gourmets. Between each of the tasting locations, you will experience a unique residential area. You will meet the lively characters of the market, hear memorable stories and visit religious and cultural landmarks.