Located in the heart of Bangkok, next to the Chao Phraya River.
The Grand Palace is the most preserved, largest and most ethnic palace in Thailand. The Bangkok dynasty from Rama I to Rama VIII lives in the Grand Palace. Today, in addition to ceremonies and activities such as the coronation ceremony and the court celebration, the Grand Palace is open to the public and has become a famous tourist attraction in Thailand. The palace has the essence of Thai architecture, painting, sculpture and decorative arts. Its style has a distinctive Siam architectural art. It is highly appreciated by visitors from all over the world. It is known as the "Encyclopedia of Thai Art" and is known as the Jade Buddha Temple. This sign is a must-see for Thai tourism.
Located in Thonburi, the Twin Cities on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok.
Wat Arun, also known as Wat Arun, is a temple commemorating Thailand’s 41st king and national hero Zheng Zhao. It was built in the Ayutthaya Dynasty and is one of Thailand's famous temples and one of the Thai royal temples. There is a huge statue of the patron saint at the entrance to the temple. There are five identical pagodas in the temple. One big and one small, has the reputation of "Thailand Eiffel Tower". In the tower you can see the cityscape of Bangkok across the Chao Phraya River.
The Chao Phraya River passes through the entire western part of Thailand from north to south. The main cities of Bangkok and Thonburi are located in the mouth of the river.
The Chao Phraya River, also known as the Chao Phraya River, is known as the "Venice of the East." The upper source consists of two large rivers from the north to the south - the river and the river. The Chao Phraya River has a total length of 1,352 kilometers and a drainage area of 170,000 square kilometers. The Chao Phraya River passes through the entire western part of Thailand from north to south. The main cities of Bangkok and Thonburi are located in the mouth of the river.
Located in the southwest of Bangkok, about 80 kilometers from the city.
The Dannen Sando Water Market is the only market that still maintains the traditional Thai water market. At the peak, small merchant ships carrying cargo ships and passenger ships carrying ships will create traffic jams on the canals, creating a lively atmosphere. The scenery constitutes a deep intimate and typical image of Bangkok.