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Bangkok Attractions
As a popular tourist destination, Bangkok boasts of a million and one hotspots. Get to know the major attractions of the city and handpick the places that you deem more interesting than the rest. This will help you make the most out of your stay.

Attractions in Bangkok
Dusit Zoo
Dusit Zoo was formerly part of the Royal Garden called Kh odin-wana, it was built by King Rama V as his private garden, it was later donated to the Bankok Municipal Administration to be used as a zoo and public park. The zoo has a extensive collecti...

Chinatown is located east of Hualampong Station, and is not a bad place to wander around for a couple of hours Like most Chinatowns, there are plenty of temples and traditional-style Chinese shop-houses, with different areas specialising in different...

Wat Phra Kaew
Wat Phra Kaew is one of the most beautiful Asian temples in the world and is situated in the same compound of the Grand Palace, its a treasure house of Thai arts, and houses the Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha image in Thailand. Three main bu...

Erawan Shrine
Located on Ratchadamri Road next to the Grand Hyatt Erewan hotel, the shrine devoted to Phra Phrom, a Hindu god, is greatly revered by people. Laced flowers and small wooden elephants as well as Thai dancing performances are always offered to the sta...

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