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Bangkok counts every have millions of tourists, this makes it one of the main tourist cities in the world.
Most of the attractions are historical or tourist sites. In the history of architecture and painting,
Bangkok is of fundamental importance, among the most renowned sites we see Wat Phra Sri Rattanasamaram (Phra Kaew), Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangalaram (wat pho), wat arun Ratchawararam, Wat Sra Ket and Phra Bor Banphot (golden mountain), Wat Ratchanadda, Wat Traimit, Wat Benchamabophit, Wat Bowonniwet Vihara Suthasan, Wat Thep Wararam etc.
There are also other interesting places like palaces, museums, parks and various shopping malls in Bangkok. There are both chilling places like Chatuchak Weekend Market, Sampeng Market, Yaowarat and Phahurat Night Market or exclusive levels like many of the major department stores throughout
The Maeklong Railway Market has been around since 1905. It is in the province of Samut Songkhram, on the Gulf of Thailand. Fishing has been (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who live here, and the market is a way for them to sell their goods. However, officials decided to build a railway to better distribute their catch to provinces around Thailand, including the capital, but the market remained, despite the tracks cutting straight through it.
Damnoen Saduak is one of the most important river markets in Thailand. The visit is made aboard a typical long-stemmed motor boat, proceeding along the exotic rural canals until you reach the well-known and picturesque market.
The city of Ayutthaya, formally called Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, where we will admire the most important temples of the city, which was the capital of Thailand for 417 years and was declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1981.
The Cambodian-style pagodas of the immense Wat Chai Wattanaram, scenically set on the banks of the Chao Praya river, in a mystical and highly suggestive context; the famous Wat Monkhon Bophit with its imposing and much revered statue of the Buddha in a sitting position.
Krabi, on the west coast of southern Thailand, is a province characterized by steep limestone cliffs overlooking the sea, dense mangrove forests and more than a hundred islands. Some of the most sought-after beach destinations are the Phi Phi Islands, whose huge, overgrown boulders soar above the water, and Railay Beach, a site known for rock climbing and accessible only by sea.
A day will be reserved for the visit of the historical and religious monuments, and of the natural parks
Krabi offers the possibility to spend time with pleasure on the beach, or to take the tour of the islands.
Koh Lanta is one of the most fascinating islands of the Andaman, easily reachable from the coast of Krabi. Koh Lanta is part of an archipelago where the major islands are called Koh Lanta Noi and Koh Lanta Yai. The archipelago is in the province of Krabi, with its wonders it is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating places on the Thai islands. It is a province that does not seem to belong to this land with a labyrinth of archipelagos, where the islands seem to throw themselves vertically out of the sea and secluded beaches are only accessible by the characteristic long-tailed boats. The province has myriads of bays and inlets that have been the refuge of pirates, merchants and sea gypsies for centuries. Lanta is a truly wonderful island. The climate is typical of the area: from May to October under the influence of the summer monsoon while the rest of the year the sun almost always shines