Beautiful and charming tropical scenery, extensive Buddhist culture, unique folk customs, the fatal attraction of Bangkok is the superposition of the above three, coupled with the perfect integration of eastern and western cultures, and the interlacing of ancient and modern time and space. Let you slowly experience exquisite and real Thai life.
The monk in the yellow cassock is an enduring scene along the street in the dawn of dawn. The towering large buildings emphasize the city’s wonders and transcendence of time and space, portraying the special flavor of Bangkok. Bangkok’s dazzling splendor makes it hard for travelers not to fall in love with it.
Bangkok is a land of ancient cultural buildings, traditional water bazaars, new shopping paradise and natural animal park. The Mekong River crosses the city and divides Bangkok into two parts, east and west. Grand Palace, Dawn Temple, Wat Pho, Kaoshan Road and other famous scenic spots are located on both sides of the river. The Grand Palace and Siamese Central Merchants are the main scenic spots in Bangkok, showing Bangkok’s ancient religious history and culture and modern fashion hotspots these two distinct levels. The two sides of the Mekong River are lined with national art galleries, national museums, Jade Buddha Temple, Grand Palace and other cultural attractions, across the river from Zheng Wang Temple. Kaoshan Road, the favorite backpacker, and the famous Chinatown are also not far from here.
Siamese and Shilong Business Center in the center of the city is Bangkok’s modern shopping district. In addition to many shopping malls, food squares and cinemas, there are also the four facets of the Buddha and the colorful Siamese Sea World. Traditional water bazaars and weekend bazaars, located in the south and north of the city centre, are cheap, but require enough time and energy to play selectively. There are also places worth visiting in or around Bangkok. If you have plenty of time to feel the natural animal landscape of Southeast Asia, go to the wildlife park in northeast Bangkok or the Avocado Lake Zoo farther from downtown.
Bangkok used to be a fishing village, and when the dynasty began to rise, Bangkok gradually formed small bazaars and settlements. In 1782, the Bangkok dynasty Ramah I moved the capital from Tungwuli, west of the Mekong River, to Bangkok, east of the river. Ramah I here built palaces, built walls, the Grand King’s Palace and the Jade Buddha Temple are the most outstanding of them. Bangkok, as Thailand’s political, economic and cultural center and a modern and traditional metropolis, is well-preserved. Here the Buddhist temple is full of temples, the architecture is exquisite and beautiful, with the golden palace, the jade Buddha temple, the Wat Pho, the golden Buddha temple full of magic legend, The magnificent Zheng Wang Temple is the most famous.
Bangkok, with the largest Buddhist temple in the world, has more than 400 Buddhist monasteries in size. Strolling through the city, towering pagodas, red-topped monasteries, red, green, yellow, Thai fish ridged roofs of temples, full of mysterious oriental color. Every morning, the city’s cigarettes curl, the bells long, the chime sound crisp and beautiful, the sound of chanting in the ear. Temple monks, nuns walking slowly in the streets, family-by-family, become a unique landscape of the streets of Bangkok.