Bangkok – The Shining Star of the Middle East


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Bangkok is like literally the shining star of the Middle East. In Thai language, it means City of Angels. When you go to Bangkok, do not care about the traffic or smell of the city. When you start to walk around the street and meet the fairy atmosphere,  you will understand what am I talking about. (:

  • You should choose your hotel or the place that you will stay in Siam square area. This place is central and comfortable.
  • Siam Square is an ideal place for shopping, foods and beverages. You have chance for low price deals.

  • If you prefer traditional Thailand food, you are able to find them on the street stalls.
  • Floating market must be your second stop. It starts at 6 am and finishes at 10 pm. If you want to go you hurry up. You can go there by boat. In that interesting place, people sell fruits, fishes or baked meals in small boats. Coconuts and packaged fruits are top-sellers.

  • That place is also one of the best places to buy souvenirs and taking amazing pictures.
  • Grand Palace is another apple of the eye of Bangkok. It serves as the crown almost two centuries. It is open from 8.30 is to 4 pm.

  • Wat Pho is the oldest and biggest temple in Bangkok.  It was built at the beginning of the 16th century. That place is also in use for teaching. People assume that Wat Pho is the first university of Bangkok.
  • That sculpture describes the Buddha to reach Nirvana.


  • Wat Traimit is the world’s biggest pure gold sculpture. It was made in the 13th century. The sculpture is located in Chinatown. It is open from 8 am to 5 pm.

  • Wat Arun is located opposite of the Grand Palace. The most glamorous point of the temple is the tower named ‘Praang’. Its height is 82 m. It is decorated with chinaware and ceramics. There are 4 more towers that accompany the main tower representing 4 different winds.


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