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Most Famous Places to Visit in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is not only an irresistible city of Thailand but this Thai capital city is one of the most dreamt tourist destinations of the world. The city is a gorgeous place and often known as the ‘City of Angels’ and called as Krung ThepMahaNakhon in Thai. The city is known for its buzzing nightlife, for being a world class shopping hub, the high-rise buildings and for being Thailand's spiritual, commercial, educational and diplomatic, cultural, and political hub. The city is nestled on the banks of the Chao Praya River and had the reign of Ayutthaya till the late 18th century and then it had many kinds and the rulers kept on changing the capital. But at present with the best tourist attractions in Bangkok the city is being really loved by the tourists from all over the world and especially the honeymoon couples are coming to the city to have a look at the best sightseeing in Bangkok so that they see the rich culture and the simplified modernization of the city at the same time.

Top Tourist Attractions in Bangkok

The Grand Palace Bangkok

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The Grand Palace

The grand palace is located at the heart of the city and known to be one of the primary sightseeing in Bangkok and the gorgeous building is the official residence of the present ruler, King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX).  The palace is known for its brilliant architecture and being the lavish masterpiece of work of art both in its interior and exterior buildings and courtyards and the gorgeous golden tombs, gardens, walls are worth viewing. The complete tour of the Grand Palace can take up to four hours as its is enormous and captivating so the couples will have a great time viewing it and learn about the rich culture of Thailand too.

Wat Traimit in Bangkok

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Wat Traimit

This is an unusual sightseeing in Bangkok which can never be ignored by any of the tourist who visits here. Wat Traimit is the temple that is housing the World’s largest statue of Lord Buddha in Gold. The statue is known as Phra Phuttha Maha Suwan Patimakon in Thai Language and one of the amazing places to be visited in Bangkok. The temple was manufactured in during the era of Sukhothai Dynasty and during 13th-14th centuries,and the statue is 3 meters or 9.8 feet tall and weighs 5.5 tons. The new and huge temple of Wat Traimit was inaugurated on 14 February 2010 but tourist flock to this temple far before from that to see this amazing figure.

Dusit Zoo Bangkok

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Dusit Zoo

This zoo is one of the major tourist Destinations in Bangkok and this animal park is a home to more than 331 mammals, 170 reptiles and 849 species of birds and that is why the tourists or the couples who have headed the Bangkok city for their honeymoon holidays will love to spend their entire day at this beautiful place.The park is nestled at Khao Din Park in Bangkok’s Dusit District which is very closeproximity to Parliament House and Dusit Palace, and also known as the oldest zoo of Thailand, built by King Chulalong korn treating this zoo as his private garden.

Ayutthaya in Thailand

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Ayutthaya

This is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and the couples and any other tourist must not leave a tour if the historic city of Ayutthaya. This historic city dates back to the 14th century and this rich historic city is known for its ancient ruins and this city is nestled at the connecting points of the Chao Phraya, Lopburi and Pa Sak rivers. The city was previously demolished by the Burmese army, and as a result the kingdom was collapsed and the ruins of the old city are preserved and it is known as the Ayutthaya historical park and the tourists can see the ancient monasteries turned into ruins.

Wat Saket in Bangkok

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Wat Saket

WatSaket is a beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Buddha and dates back to the Ayutthaya period. The temple was built by King Rama III and the temple is known for hosting an annual festival is held at WatSaket every year in the month of November, where thousands of people go for a candlelight procession to the PhuKhao Thong (a natural structure built in the shape of hills and weeds) to the chedi. PhuKhao Thong is one of the famous tourist attractions in Bangkok which is visited by thousands of tourists has become one of the popular epitomes of the city of Bangkok.

Wat Arun in Bangkok

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Wat Arun

This is one of the most stunning places to visit in Bangkok and the temple is also known as temple of the dawn is partly manufactured with vibrantly decorated spires and positioned prominently and beautifully over the waters of the Chao Praya River. This temple is not only one of the most beautiful temples of Bangkok but the architecture of the temple is stunning and very much different from the rest of the temples in the city. The temple is really huge and the couples can see the panoramic view of the Chao Praya and the Grand Palace from the top space if they climb up.

Floating Market Bangkok

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The Floating Markets

The city of Bangkok is also known for its amazing floating markets and they can sell you some of the best tropical fruit and vegetables, freshly cooked local cuisines, on boat. The couples who are food lovers can also get fresh ready-to-drink coconut juice and local food cooked on the floating boat kitchens and indeed it will be a splendid experience.  Couples can visit some of the best floating markets to enjoy the nice ambience without bargainingbut better with a tour guide to enjoy some of the best local food and fresh fruitsat the Damnoen Saduak market,Bang Ku Wiang Market, Tha Kha Market and Taling Chan Market.

Chinatown in Bangkok

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Chinatown

This could be one of the best places to Visit in Bangkok and the couples should not miss them if they are really looking for an adventurous food tour after the sunset. The market is open 24 hours and the couples will love the place as they can shop for many other things like Gold and many goods and accessories. This could be one of the shopper’s havens and also can be one of the most vibrant places to see the nightlife of Bangkok through this shopping alley. Couples can taste some of the best Chinese and local cuisines and can roam around the area by TukTuk.

Wat Benchamabophit Bangkok

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Wat Benchamabophit

This is again an amazing temple of Bangkok which is dedicated to Lord Buddha and also known as the marble temple, and this temple is one of most beautiful temples and also one of the major tourist attractions in Bangkok. The temple is renowned for its ornate style architecture and for the Sukhothai-style Buddha statue which is called as Phra Buddhajinaraja, settled in 1920.The interiors are decorated exceptionally with lacquer and gold, and the viewers can see the beautiful wall paintings that present stupas from all corners of Thailand along with 52 images of Lord Buddha with a complete white exterior.

Siam Ocean World in Bangkok

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Siam Ocean World

This is one of the amazing places to visit in Bangkok where the couples can see the underwater species in the closest view. This is an aquatic wonderland with the huge size of three Olympic swimming pools and one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia the couples can see more than 30,000 species here. Some of the rare under water species such as bat fish, garden eel, nautiluses, striped frogfish, and many kinds of sharks can be seen. The couples can see many other of them and can learn about them in this amazing place and there is also a 4D theater at this place.












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