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Bangkok has so many places to see that you will need a number of days to explore Bangkok. Major tourist attractions in Bangkok are Royal Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha and National Museum.

Bangkok Tourist Attractions

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Bangkok, the capital of exotic Thailand, presents remarkable amalgamation of past glory and modernization. The skyscrapers and sophisticated shopping centers exist with a gamut of historical monuments. The city, which abounds with tourist attractions, has several imposing monuments, grand temples, thrilling amusement parks, fabulous shopping and rollicking nightlife. And after all that sightseeing and other activities, you can rejuvenate yourselves in spa centers.
Royal Grand Palace
Royal Grand Palace was the home of the Thai kings for decades. The grand structure is known for its splendid architecture and regal appearance. It is one of the most prized assets of Thailand and a tourist in Bangkok must never miss it.
Emerald Buddha
Known for its Buddha idol, Emerald Buddha Temple is the largest and most important temple. Its beautiful architecture is something you would appreciate. The inner wall of the temple depicts Buddhist thought of life. The Bot, Royal Pavilion and Chedi Stupa are some most visited places in the temple.
National Museum
National Museum is the most prominent museum on Thai history and culture in Thailand. Established in 1887, it showcases a vast assemblage of objects including prehistoric art, murals and royal regalia. It would give you an idea what the past in Thailand was like.
Bangkok served as the capital of Thai kings for several hundred years. It hosts an array of palaces other than the Grand Palace like Suan Pakkad Palace, Wangderm Palace, Vimanmek Mansion, Ananta Samakhon Throne Hall, Chitraladarahotarn Palace and Ladawan Palace. All these palaces let you peek into various phases of Thai monastery.
Temples of Bangkok exhibit the true heritage and culture of Bangkok city. Apart from Emerald Buddha, there are temples like Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), Wat Pho (Temple of Reclining Buddha), Wat Traimit (Temple of Golden Buddha), Wat Mahathat, Wat Sutat, and Wat Saket. The architecture in these temples is simply wonderful. Best time to visit the temples is in early morning.
Bangkok brings smile on the face of even the most uninterested shoppers. Glitter of huge air-conditioned malls can dazzle the shopper. Conventional handicrafts, tailor-made clothes, gems and silks are some features of shopping in Bangkok. Examples of traditional crafts are jewelry, pottery, nielloware, silverware, lacquerware and bronzeware. Bargain shopping in Bangkok is always intriguing.
Bangkok is a happening place for those who love Bangkok. Neon-lit bar areas of Bangkok, particularly Khao San Road, Silom Road and Suranwongse Road, take effusive look in nights. Massage parlors, go-go bars and erotic shows add to the velocity. Bangkok discos are equipped with laser lights and modern sound systems. There are  pubs, cocktail lounges and cabaret shows, so the city has all to make the nightlife fantastic.
Spa Centers
Spa is conventional healthcare technique of Thailand. A slew of spa centers in Bangkok take care of the health of the visitors. When you feel tired after loads of sightseeing, you can visit these spa centers for a rejuvenating massage.

Last Updated: 2008-12-19T12:25:51+05:30

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