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Bangkok Chinatown

Few can resist the chaos and magnetism of the touristic Khao San Road. With ample opportunities for bagging handmade souvenirs and designer gear at rock bottom prices, it’s little wonder that smaller areas of interest, suh as Bangkok Chinatown, are Read more

 
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Bangkok National Museum

The legacies of fallen kingdoms abound in Bangkok. Yet while these magnificent palaces and temples exemplify the power and wealth once wielded by Thailand’s greatest monarchs, few tell the stories of Bangkok’s people, or the fascinating discoveries that have shaped Read more

 
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Akiyoshi Japanese Restaurant

A new branch of Akiyoshi is now open at Asiatique The Riverfront, which is currently the biggest and trendiest community mall in Thailand, located along the side of Chaopraya River between Charoengkrung 74-76. Akiyoshi is well known for its authenticness Read more

 
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Wat Pho Temple

Famed as being the birthplace of traditional Thai massage, as well as the final resting place of Buddha himself, Wat Pho is up there with the likes of Khao San Road and the Grand Palace on the list of Bangkok’s Read more

 
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Dream World

Dream world is an amusement park in the Thanyaburi district of  Pathum Thani. The park is around 1 km long and 100 meters wide. Appropriately named Dream World, this place promises to be a dream come true for the adults Read more

 
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Bei Otto Restaurant

Famous for its high quality food and authentic German atmosphere, Bei Otto Restaurant has grown to be one of the most sought after German restaurants in Thailand since its founding in 1984. Not only is Bei Otto well known in expat Read more

 
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