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  • 1

    The Grand Palace

    4.5
    155 reviews

    Touring the Grand Palace is an absolute necessity, when you visit Bangkok. It's a beautiful site and you can easily spend half a day touring all the buildings and monuments. To enter into the main palace you need to be wearing pants, they will not accept anyone wearing shorts. Female visitors should have their shoulders covered (no tank tops). Shoes, ...

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  • 2

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    4.5
    136 reviews

    Amazing coconut ice cream for 35 Baht with complementary free cup of coconut juice. The perfect solution to a 31degree HOT afternoon at Chatuchat. Out of all the stalls selling this treat,the best one (which i believe is the legit authentic one because it was the only store there when I went 2 years ago) is the one ROUND THE ...

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    Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    4.5
    96 reviews

    This is my second post here in Gogobot...What I have here is the Is A Temple of Reclining Buddha. It is named after the monastery in India where Buddha lived. 43 metres long statue of giant reclining Buddha is the most famous attraction of Bangkok. Don't miss this!

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  • 4

    Khao San Road

    4
    107 reviews

    Khaosan Road is a must-go-to-place as a backpacker. It's a place that is alive MOST at night. The locals are there to sell you food, clothing, tattoos, drinks, and mostly a good time. Be wary of those who may overprice their wares- most items can be found for 50 baht or cheaper at popular stores such as Big C. There ...

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  • 5

    Wat Arun

    4.5
    72 reviews

    The Temple of Dawn is named after Aruna, the Indian God of Dawn. What a unique sight, built from mosaics made of broken porcelain bowls and plates! I climbed pretty far up. The steps are very steep, so the walk down is more challenging than the walk up. This is a great place for a photo-op, not just for the ...

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  • 6

    Siam Paragon

    4.5
    72 reviews

    Ready for something wild? Siam Paragon was the most "instrgammed" location in 2013 in the entire world. Out of all the sites across the globe, more pictures were taken of Siam Paragon then anywhere else on the planet. Absolute insanity. For this reason alone you should visit this epic mall when in Bangkok. Large food court, Underground aquarium, movie theatre, ...

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  • 7

    MBK Shopping Center

    4
    91 reviews

    MBK is great... Until you find better places. You can find pretty much everything here cheaper on the streets or more exciting JJ market. Not a bad choice if you're in a rush.

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  • 8

    Patong Beach

    4
    73 reviews

    fin og langrunn strand, nesten for langgrunn. men når vi var der så var det litt søppel i vannet, men ellers så var det fint der og strandpromenaden som dem holdt på å bygge så ut til å bli skikkelig fin

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  • 9

    Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    4.5
    63 reviews

    Wat Phra Kaew is considered the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand. Located on the grounds of the Grand Place, this is an attraction on its own. The 15th century Phra Kaew Morakot (the Emerald Buddha) housed here, was carved from a single piece of jade. The Buddha is dressed in robes, which are changed by the king in an ...

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  • 10

    Wat Pho

    4.5
    65 reviews

    This is my second favorite sight in Bangkok after the Grand Palace. Definitely a must see. One of the highlights is a massage at the resident massage school. Waits can be long so go directly to the school when you arrive and get a number so that you can spend your time seeing the temple rather than waiting at the ...

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  • 11

    Siam Square

    4
    46 reviews

    Conveniently accessible by skytrain, Siam Square is a great place for shopping, which I normally am not a fan of, but when I arrive in Bangkok it is a good place to stock up on things like new eyeglasses, any emergency medications, and lightweight clothing. I know, it sounds like I'm supplying for a wilderness expedition instead of a few ...

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  • 12

    Patpong Night Market

    3.5
    59 reviews

    I would love this place if it weren't for the constant bombardment of people trying to get you to step into an alley for a "special massage" or "lady show." If you can keep focused and ignore the avid salesmen, it's a great cultural experience....but it can also be a bit disparaging. And while the contents of the night market ...

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  • 13

    Pratunam Market

    4
    44 reviews

    I love shopping in this area. If you are good at bargaining you can stumble on great finds! Very very affordable, dirt cheap in fact :) From Clothes, bag to household stuff.

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  • 14

    Terminal 21

    4.5
    38 reviews

    Terminal 21 definitely takes the cake in the themed mall department. Each floor is themed after an international city with recognizable landmarks. My favorite 2 floors of the mall are the food courts and restaurant floors, which are themed after my hometown of SF. Complete with a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown, Fisherman's Warf and of course a ...

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  • 15

    Chinatown

    3.5
    46 reviews

    Eh oui! Il y a un quartier chinois, même à Bangkok! Si vous êtes fatigués des currys verts, rouges, pimentés, allez faire un tour dans Chinatown : la nourriture est différente. Le visage du quartier est lui-même différent du reste de la capitale.

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  • 16

    Maya Bay

    5
    28 reviews

    One of the best places I have ever been in my life. The bay is breathtaking, particularly when you are entering it with the boat. I went during Xmas break and was very crowded, but still was definitely worth it. Many tours depart from Phuket and Krabi to Phi Phi Islands and Maya Bay is usually included

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  • 17

    Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep

    4.5
    31 reviews

    The temple on the mountain overlooking Chiangmai city. Once you get up the winding road (built in 1935) to the top, the temple is accessed either by a very, very long flight of (309) steps or a little tram car that runs on rails - NB. there is a charge for riding in the tram. When I go there I ...

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  • 18

    Railay Beach

    4.5
    26 reviews

    Beautiful beach, can get a little crowded but the limestone cliffs surrounding the crystal blue water is breathtaking.

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  • 19

    Phi Phi Island

    4.5
    24 reviews

    a place .......out of this world

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  • 20

    Night Bazaar

    4
    32 reviews

    Despite my friend's pleas to steer clear of the crowds, the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar was always one of my favorite Thai weekend experiences. Elbow your way through hoards of tourists and locals and get shopping. Though it takes a discerning eye to separate the mass produced from the handicrafts, there are a lot of incredible pieces available for sale ...

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