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Boat trip on the Chao Phraya River
The Chao Phraya River is a fast flowing river which flows through Bangkok and much of Thailand. We went on a boat trip, which passed each of the nine piers and many of the best attractions. We saw a lot of lovely temples and palaces, particularly around the historic Rattanakosin Island area.
Posted on 30/3/2008 by Elca Stone

Shopping at the Chatuchak Weekend Market
The Chatuchak Market is huge - you could easily get lost here it is just so big. It is held every weekend and virtually everything is sold here, a lot of stuff that you just can't get in the shops. It is based near to the Mo Chit Station and i found that the best way to get here was on the Skytrain - get off at the Morchit stop.
Posted on 19/12/2007 by Aisling

My Trip to Bangkok and the Wat Pho
We had a lovely time in Bangkok and a highlight for me was coming to the Wat Pho Temple, near the Tha Tien Pier. I had my fortune told by a Thai plam reader, which seemed surprisingly accurate - spooky, but kind of fun.
Posted on 22/7/2007 by Julia Swaze

The famous Temple of the Dawn
The Temple of the Dawn is the Wat Arun. It is one of the most famous of all the temples in Bangoko and is open daily. We caught a bus here, but a boat trip to the Tha Tien Pier would probably be much nicer and more scenic. I think I would have preferred to do that in retrospect.
Posted on 16/6/2007 by Nula Hendrix

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