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How to spend a fancy tour in Bangkok

The bustling and vibrant Bangkok always makes visitors want to come back here at least 2 or 3 times because of the great experiences they can enjoy. The attractiveness of Bangkok to visitors comes from the paradise islands, bustling floating markets, splendid royal palaces, mysterious ancient temples,… Let’s together cruise on Bangkok tour through 6 interesting places below.

1. Safari World

It is Asia’s largest open-air zoo with over 75 species of mammals, 300 species of birds from Africa and Asia, and species of animals that are endemic to the rest of the world. Safari World is open from 9 am to 5 pm every day.

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Safari World always attracts tourists when visiting Bangkok

Safari World includes Safari Park and Marine Park. In addition to these two areas, visitors can also sail in the forest to visit the cave with exciting scenery. Wild animals here are naturally raised so you can admire the animals while enjoying the unique circus performances of these wild artists.

2. Koh Larn Island

Also known as an atoll, Koh Larn is a beautiful island located 7.5km from Pattaya City of Thailand. There are six main beaches on Koh Larn Island: Samae Beach, Tawaen Beach, Tien Beach, Naul Beach, Tonglang Beach, Tayai Beach.

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One of the beautiful beaches of Koh Larn island

All of the beaches are almost identical in natural, pristine beauty, with fine white sand and clear blue water. You can get to Koh Larn by boat or canoe. In addition, when coming here, you should also try water sports activities such as paragliding, jet skiing, scuba diving, banana boat rowing,…

3. Ancient Siam

Ancient Siam (Muang Boran) is known as the largest outdoor museum in the world. With an area of 280 hectares, Ancient Siam is a miniature Thai map with copies of more than 115 massive buildings.

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The unique attraction of Ancient Siam

Ancient Siam has accurately reproduced the most famous historical and cultural sites of Thailand from the very first days to the present. Ancient Siam is open from 8 am to 5 pm. Entry fee is about 500 baht (adult), 250 baht (children).

4. Floating market

The floating market is a destination you can not ignore when traveling to Bangkok. Sitting on the boat, following the people current, and you will be witnessed the scene which is extremely bustling when visiting the floating market here.

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The Damnoen Saduak floating market in Bangkok

When being here, you will find everything, from fruits, foods, bags, shoes, hats to spices and aroma ingredients such as onion, garlic, chili, ginger, cinnamon, anise, cardamom,… All foreign tourists to Bangkok prefer visiting Damnoen Saduak floating market, while indigenous people like the Amphawa floating market.

5. Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi attracts visitors by the majestic natural scenery, tranquil national parks, peaceful waterways, Kwai River bridges, war memorial areas, dead railway lines,… This city was once occupied by the Japanese.

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Kanchanaburi with peaceful national parks

This is also the place where they imprison the political prisoners in the war period. Kanchanaburi is also the starting point for the Burmese railway system (the dead railway between Bangkok, Thailand, and Rangoon, Myanmar, built by Japan during World War II.

6. Ayutthaya

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Ayutthaya has a large number of historical monuments

Ayutthaya is the capital of Thailand, which is famous for hundreds of historical buildings. Ayutthaya is surrounded by three romantic rivers: Chao Phraya, Lop Buri, and Pasak. The city was established in 1350 AD. Thanks to its prime location on the trade route between India and China, Ayutthaya has grown into a thriving trading hub in Asia for centuries, with a total population of about 1 million people.

Some famous tourist destinations in Ayutthaya are Wat Lokaya Sutha, Wat Phra Mahathat, Wat Thammikarat, Yai Chaimongkhon,…

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