Bangkok is an extraordinary place to see. We will talk about Bangkok attractions and especially the floating market Bangkok. The Wat Traimit temple in the Chinatown area is best known for it’s more than 3 meter (10 foot) high golden Buddha image weighing more than five tons. Cast in the Sukhothai style, the image is about 900 years old and was covered in plaster to hide its value. Only in 1957 it was discovered that the statue was pure gold, when the image was moved to a new building and slipped from a crane. The temple itself is said to date from the early 13th century.
History buffs in particular will want to devote at least half a sightseeing day to the national museum, if not more. Until the mid-1970s, this was Thailand’s only museum, which explains why its collection is so big. Fortunately, just about every exhibit is labeled in Thai and English and guided tours are also offered in English, so you won’t miss out on any of the country’s fascinating ancient and contemporary history. The old Wang Na Palace built by Rama I remains essentially as it was, and stands as a testament to Thai history. Visitors can see regalia, religious and ceremonial artifacts, ceramics, games, weaponry, musical instruments and the Viceroy’s throne, as well as an impressive collection of Buddha figures arranged according to period.
Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin Night Market : A shopping paradise for fans of vintage stuff: If you are into things in vintage style, then you will find your place at the Warehouse Zone and Rod’s Antiques areas. Products are impressive in variety and quantity. And shoppers can get more inspiration for their love from many fellow vintage stuff lovers and hunters there. Genuine vintage and antique items available: Collectors can rest assure that items showcased at Rod’s Antiques section like French chandeliers, classic cars, motorbikes, cameras and kitsch furniture are all real things. Some comes from Thailand while others made their long way from all over the world (American, Europe, China and Myanmar) to shine their beauty at the market.
Shop for lovely tasty fruits, flowers, memorabilia in the Amphawa floating market and it’s canals. Amphawa Floating Market comes alive daily at noon as so many Thai locals visit the floating stores and boats, grab a snack, eating at some of the many floating restaurants. While Amphawa Floating Market is not as big as the Damnoen Saduak floating market, it definitely provides a more real experience. The Amphawa Floating Market is a Must Do Tour from Bangkok and for all Travellers looking to get off the beaten Trail.
At the market, you will find so many good people living in such a natural environment. This Floating market tour was a delight, we tried much food including fresh prawns cooked and served from the boat, amazing! Truly this was for me the best way to visit the Amphawa floating market with join tour. As I was searching I booked this tour because the price is lower than the others. See extra info at https://amphawafloatingmarket.net/.