Safari World
Situated in Bangkok’s northern outskirts, Safari World is one of the largest and the most frequently visited parks of the capital. It consists of a huge open-air zoo and an amusement park, where both children and adults can spend the whole day with pleasure. Safari World occupies a territory of more than 40 hectares and is divided in two zones: Safari Park and Marine Park. The first zone is a safa

Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market is situated in Bangkok’s north, near the namesake park. It is the largest market in Thailand and one of the largest in the world. From 200000 to 300000 visitors come there on weekends. Not all of them go shopping at that. Some people visit Chatuchak, which has long become a substantial part of tourist travel guides, on excursion. Chatuchak owes its origin to the former pri

Siam Ocean World
The Siam Ocean World is one of the largest and the most frequently visited oceanariums in Southeast Asia. It is situated on the two lower floors of the popular shopping mall Siam Paragon, in Bangkok’s very heart. The oceanarium occupies an area of 10 thousand square meters, where more than 30 thousand fish and mammals live in huge seawater aquariums. The Siam Ocean World is divided into seven zon

Floating market Damnoensaduak
Several centuries ago, Thailand’s numerous canals and rivers served as country’s key transport arteries and their banks were humming with activity. Many things have changed since then, but the traditional floating markets are a vivid reminder of those times. They have long become Thailand’s trademark. The most famous one is the Damnoensaduak, located in the Ratchaburi province within 100 kilometer

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