Cities of the World Bangkok Thailand

Houses standing on piles in the water of the canals, the floating market and temples with their glistening mosaics are all living memories from the past, but the skyscrapers standing on the bank of Cho Praya and the luxury cars sp…

Houses standing on piles in the water of the canals, the floating market and temples with their glistening mosaics are all living memories from the past, but the skyscrapers standing on the bank of Cho Praya and the luxury cars speeding on the highway are all forerunners of the new century. Old and new, rich and poor, backwards and ultra modern; Bangkok is a place of controversies. In the buzzing of the 8 million person metropolis, the Royal Palace and the buddhist monasteries are islands of peace and silence. One can see a 5 ton Buddha statue, temples covered with marble, mirrors and gold, and relics each more beautiful than the previous one. We can take a trip from Bangkok to the ruins of the ancient capital of Ayutthaya walk across the famous bridge of the River Kwai, or explore the beaches of Pattaya. Grand Palace The flower market Wat Po Chao Praya-Klong Chinatown The democracy Monument The Parliemant Marble temple Floating Market (D. S. ) River Kwai elephant park (Sayde) Ayutthaya Pattaya Nong Nooch Mini Siam

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