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    Khao San Road

    Khao San Road, Bangkok 10120 Thailand
    107 reviews

    Lots of backpacker hostels, but to be honest, I've only been here at night for drinks with friends who were staying at hostels. They loved their accommodations and I loved the lively neighborhood!

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    Kanchanaburi Province, Ban Huai Krachao 71170 Thailand
    4 reviews

    What a beautiful place to go, staying at the Jolly frog homestay is an awesome experience for very will eat the cheapest food in Thailand and have teh cheapest drink ever. A must stop..forget about Phuket and all these other places go to KAN as local farangs(foreigners) call it

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    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    Chatuchak, Chatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand
    135 reviews

    Everything you need is here in this super huge market. I took the metro to the end of the line. However if you dont intend to buy a lot or in bulk, its better to stay in the city cause you have the cheap stuff too lets say at the pratunam market.

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    The Grand Palace

    Thanon Na Phra Lan, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Thailand
    154 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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    Siam Ocean World

    991 Rama 1 Road, Bangkok, Thailand
    16 reviews

    Siam Ocean world is a really cool aquarium located in the massive Siam Paragon mall in Bangkok. Prices are around 900 baht at the mall, but you can get a significant discount if you book tickets online via their website. The aquarium has fish and ocean animals from all over the planet. They have a lot of sharks, which of ...

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    Pratunam Market

    Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
    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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    Big Buddha

    9 reviews

    Rode the ATV up the hill to see the Big Buddha. A great way to do it! ATV was fun and we got to see the view of the hill, some elephants and then the Big Buddha!

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    Bangkok, Thái Lan
    23 reviews

    Bangkok Thailand is a world unto itself... I was truly amazed by how integrated the city was across all levels ethnicity, class, religion, sexuality is all intermingled. I stayed at the Oriental Hotel, as I was traveling on my own and wanted security. It was a beautiful hotel, but the city drew me in... I visited temples, went to markets, ...

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  • 9

    Chulalongkorn University

    Bangkok, Thailand
    6 reviews

    Wonderful university, have lots of green and beautiful old buildings. Downside is there are no parking places and bureaucracy.

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    Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep

    Tambon Suthep, Chiang Mai 50200 Thailand
    31 reviews

    What to add about Doi Suthep? If you are on a cheap budget, forget about the guides, internet, and books will tell you more than you can remember. A nice scooter ride, with google map for directions is perfect, 45mn from the city center. At half way up, stop for the view and buy one of those instant cook delicacies. ...

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    bridge of the river kwai kanchanaburi

    4 reviews

    Located in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, the River Kwai War Cemetery marks the graves of the allied troops that died during the building of the Bridge over the River Kwai during World War II. A beautiful memorial for those who lost their lives in this part of the Pacific Theatre of WWII.

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  • 12

    Jim Thompson's House and Museum

    6 Soi Kasemsan 2, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
    25 reviews

    Beautiful house and property. The tour also gave some good information on the history and architecture of traditional Thai homes.

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    Wangthong 4, Hua Hin, Thailand
    5 reviews
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  • 14

    Q Bar

    34 Sukhumvit Soi 11, Bangkok, Thailand
    2 reviews

    Q Bar is cozy but loud, and every time I've come here the DJ has been phenomenal. They have themed nights (as do many bars in Bangkok), and the crowd is a good mix of Thais and tourists. Drinks are cheap (especially on ladies night!), and it's just as fun to sit and chill for a bit before heading on ...

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    Bangkok National Museum

    Na Phrathat Road, Phraborom Maha Ratchawang 10200 Thailand
    8 reviews

    This museum has an incredible collection of Thai and Cambodian art. Unfortunately, the quality of the space itself isn't that great so pieces aren't displayed as attractively as they should be and there isn't as much English language educational material as there should be to attract tourists. Definitely worth a visit but best to read up ahead of time so ...

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    Siam Park

    99 Sukhapiban 2 Road, Bungkum, Bangkok, Thailand
    5 reviews

    Hot but worth.

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    National Museum of the Royal Barges

    Arun Amarin Road, Arun Ammarin 10700 Thailand
    8 reviews

    Lovely barges yet somewhat bland and boring in dock. Much nicer when you can see them in use on the river.

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    Hua Hin, Thailand
    3 reviews

    Clean water

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    Erawan National Park

    Tha Kradan, Si Sawat, Kanchanaburi, Thailand
    20 reviews

    The Erawan Waterfall is one of Thailands loveliest waterfalls. It's located in The Erawan National Park, Kanchanaburi. The park, covering 550-square-kilometers, is the site of the seven-tiered Erawan waterfall. The waterfall named after the Erawan, the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology and the seven-tiered falls are said to resemble the Erawan. It's really beautiful once. ^__^

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    Wat Arun

    34 Arun Amarin Road, Arun Ammarin 10600 Thailand
    70 reviews

    a must see. It is relatively easy to get to with the river ferries. Its architecture is amazing. The temple is made from 1000's of pieces of broken porcelain. It is a small temple and no more than 30 minutes is needed to see it all. Although shorts are allowed, women must cover their shoulders. My wife just tied a ...

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