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  • 1

    The Grand Palace

    155 reviews

    My favorite of the 3 temples in BKK, the intricate designs and jewels on the structures are amazing. So much details, time, and work put into it. There is a lot to see in that Palace grounds alone. It's custom that you have long pants and shirts that cover the shoulder, or they'll provide you with a sarong wrap (for ...

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  • 2

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    136 reviews

    An absolute must for any Bangkok visit. Great place to do your shopping for all your gifting back home. The home décor section is a must see along with the pet section. Tip: The best station for the market is Kamphaeng Phet, not Chatuchak Park.

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    Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    96 reviews

    Within the complex of Wat Pho, and its most famous feature, this enormous sculpture of the Buddha reclining at the moment of his death and entry into mahaparinirvana really has to be seen to be appreciated. If you're going to photograph it, bring a wide-angle lens, as it's difficult to get the whole sculpture in perspective.

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  • 4

    Khao San Road

    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

    72 reviews

    Don't skip this temple! Across the river from the Grand Palace and Wat Pho, Wat Arun is slightly out of the way, but well worth the added effort. Built largely from remnants of Chinese porcelain, the facade is gorgeous to see up close...no two areas look the same. Climbing all the way up the central spire can be frightening if ...

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  • 6

    Siam Paragon

    72 reviews

    Uber-luxury-mall at the heart of central Bangkok, Siam Paragon -- with its superb food court, top-floor movie theatre, and ample opportunities for people-watching -- is my favorite place to escape the heat and humidity of a Bangkok afternoon. They have the amazing Kinokuniya bookstore and 9 baht ice-cream on the bottom floor. Enough said.

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  • 7

    MBK Shopping Center

    91 reviews

    MBK is the sort of shopping center with lots of tiny stalls all crammed into one place. I don't understand how anyone can really shop here. How do you decide where to buy from when every stall is basically the same? How do you not get totally distracted? It's a little overwhelming.

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  • 8

    Patong Beach

    73 reviews

    I've heard very mixed things about Phuket and especially patong beach. I heard its very touristy, very seedy, and also very fun. It's definitely all of those things, especially seedy. But it's right in the middle of all the action and if you like to party you definitely need to check out bangla road. Not the nicest beach but it's ...

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  • 9

    Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    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

    65 reviews

    A temple where gorgeous golden Buddhas are visible - the longest lying buddha is there. Nice place and the entrance fee was ok.

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  • 11

    Siam Square

    46 reviews

    Solid shopping, a good pit stop for those staying in Bangkok for a while and in need of basics (shampoo, cheap clothing, etc. were mainstays for me). The top floor provides the most interesting experience, housing a vast assortment of bootlegged electronics.

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  • 12

    Patpong Night Market

    59 reviews

    Crowded nightmarket meets gogo clubs. Not even the right kind of sleazy, but the boring kind you can take your visiting relatives to, and yet there is still a chance to be ripped of by hidden charges and cover fees. I suppose the people watching isn't too bad, and if you have aging relatives in tow it might be your ...

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  • 13

    Pratunam Market

    44 reviews

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  • 14

    Terminal 21

    38 reviews

    パッタイと冬瓜と鳥肉のスープが、今日の昼メシ。 ここには、写真入りの日本語メニューがあって、それを見たら昨日の昼メシは、アンチョビペーストの混ぜご飯に鳥肉とか辛めのひき肉とかが添えられたものだとわかった。

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  • 15

    Chinatown

    46 reviews

    As a bit of history, Thailand (and Bangkok particularly) has a large Chinese population. Some have told me that it's mostly made up of refugees, but this hasn't been fact checked. In any case, their presence has created one of the larger Chinatowns in the world. The good: tasy chinese food, great cotton/fabric, and those ubiquitous trinkets found everywhere are ...

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  • 16

    Maya Bay

    28 reviews

    Summer is low season here, and some travelers are put off by the rougher seas, but a trip in the summer months means avoiding the crowds of winter and having this cliff-covered bay largely to yourself.

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  • 17

    Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep

    31 reviews

    309 steps to the top. But some people cycle up the mountain. It's quite nice on a clear day and there are a few vantage points along the way that make an interesting stop both at daytime and after dark. You will see lots of tourists at the base of the temple and when you reach the summit. There are ...

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  • 18

    Railay Beach

    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

    24 reviews

    Krabi is the best place for beaches, quieter than Phuket, and just as much good stuff. Definitely check out the islands there, they are fantastic, the best swimming, rock climbing and sun bathing :)

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  • 20

    Night Bazaar

    32 reviews

    A big market full of a lot of cool artisanal stuff as well as plenty of touristy crap (not that there's anything wrong with touristy crap). You can also grab a snack, get a food massage, visit a fish spa, or have your picture taken with fabulous ladyboys here.

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