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Book this bar crawl in Bangkok, the City of Angels, and join other travelers from around the world f...
Escape the busy life and experience Thailand's famous Let’s Relax Spa. Choose a treatment that best ...
Join other travelers from around the world in exploring the ecstatic nightlife in the city of angels...
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...ing experience with Pia in the bustling Sukhumvit neighborhood in the heart of Bangkok. You will meet Pia at a skytrain ...
...s.Show More Sample attractions covered: Sukhumvit Rd; Shopping District; Jim Thompson’s House; Lumpini Park; Silom Rd.; ...
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Shopping in Sukhumvit starts on the street.
Shopping in Sukhumvit starts on the street. The pavement is cramped with endless roadside stalls that offer many of the same items as the Patpong Night Market, such as souvenirs, accessories, knock-off clothes, pornographic DVDs, pirated films and other junk. Prices are somewhat better than in Patpong though. The stalls are open most of the day, and only seem to close late in the evening. The stores are at the main thoroughfare from Soi 1 till Soi 20. The part between Nana and Asok stations is particularly a hard walk, as many pedestrians queue up at the stalls to take a look. Haggling is generally expected, but it'll only save you a few more baht.
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A newly created park that opened in December 2010 right beside Tha Tien Pier and the Chao Phraya River
Ban Kamthieng is a 19th-century ancient Thai stilted teak house where you definitely wouldn't expect it: right in the middle of Bangkok's high-rises
The Santa Cruz Church is an interesting Catholic church right at the banks of the Chao Phraya River
When the Thailand Tobacco Monopoly moved all its factory operations to Chiang Rai in 2008, the lake and some adjoining land that were part of its compound, previously enjoying semi-wild vegetation, were turned into a public park
Soi Arab, as Sukhumvit Soi 3 is better known, has several Arab restaurants, hookah bars and shops
This compact park was built to commemorate the 60th birthday of HM Queen Sirikit in 1992