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Bangkok a city of extremes. Golden Buddha statues weighing 5.5 tons and grand golden palaces compete against exotic red-light districts and floating markets for your attention.


With this book, discover spectacular attractions such as the world’s largest solid gold statue, temples built from Italian marble, informative museums that even house a 300kg (661 pounds) clamshell, the Birthplace of traditional Thai massage that houses a 46 meter (151 feet) reclining Buddha, the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand that houses the famed Emerald Buddha, floating villages and markets, the sixth largest shopping complex in the world, A temple mount that dates back to the Ayutthaya era and believed to contain relics of the Buddha, and more.


Your visit to Bangkok can be the trip of your lifetime, with memories, pictures and experiences that rival any other trip you have ever made, if you know where to go and what to see. This guide book can be invaluable to the success of your visit to Bangkok.


Some of what you will discover:

  • A concise description of each attraction, including history and pertinent facts
  • How to arrange your time in Bangkok
  • 8 Bonus attractions to see, if you have more time in Bangkok
  • GPS coordinates or directions to the attractions.
  • Attraction hours of operation and fees (best time to visit)

  • You have come a long way, make the most of your time in Bangkok.

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