The city of angels…
Bangkok iconic places
Built in 1782, the palace has been the official residence of the kings of Siam [and later Thailand]. The grand is still used for important ceremonies and accommodating head of state. One of the most popular tourists attractions in Thailand.
Established and opened in 1874 by king Chulalongkorn to exhibit the royal collections of his father king Mongkut. It is one of the largest museums in Southeast Asia and also features Thai art and history.
A Buddhist temple in Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok. Also called “Temple of Dawn “. The temple derives its name from the Hindu God Aruna. Wat Arun is among the best known landmarks of Thailand.
The Streets Of Bangkok
Bangkok is also known for its streets and the amount they provide to the everyday people and tourists.On the streets you can find cheep accommodations : restaurants, bars, massage parlors, travel agents, market stalls, tattoo shops, Internet cafe and many more that travelers would need to accommodate their interests. Some of the popular streets there are:Khao san road, Soi Rambuttri, Royal city avenue etc.
Street Food vendors