An amazing landscape and unique design of European building, each corner is instagrammable. It’s an place that makes you feel like you’re not in Thailand.
Maekhlong Railway Train Market
Spreading over a 100-metre length, it is a common fresh market selling seafood, vegetable, fruits, fresh and dried food, meats and other miscellaneous goods.
Damneongsaduak Floating Market
The most popular oating market in Thailand, great for photo opportunities, food, and for giving you an insight into a bygone way of life.
Wat Bang Kung Temple
Temple is known for its roots and branches of banyan tree which over the centuries have surrounded and locked the building, it houses a golden Buddha.
Wat Tham Suea Temple
Temple is a warren of natural limestone caves formed inside at the foot of an cliff. The real attraction here is the ‘footprint of the Buddha’.
The Death Railway is a horrendous part of Thailand’s history that was created by the blood and sweat of WWII prisoners of war and Asian slave laborers.
Even with the large amount of tourists, the air is still and things are quiet. The bridge over the river looks old but in good shape.
Here is night-time shopper’s and food lover’s paradise which offers a mix of stalls, restaurants and entertainment may well be the place for you.
Wat Trimit in Bangkok is known for housing a 5.5-tonne statue of a seated Buddha. The gold sculpture is nearly 5 metres in height.
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