Wat Arun is one of the most familiar sights in Bangkok and it is the one that tends to dominate postcards and other souvenirs from the city. It is very well preserved and
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Chatuchak Market, also referred to as 'JJ Market', is like nothing else on earth. Arriving by sky train, the sea of corrugated steel rooftops looks endless. Once inside
5 of 5 stars
Great fun, not too hectic but takes in some beautiful sites.
The caves are amazing and the beaches you kayak to are beautiful. The inland emerald sea is spectacular.
During World War II, the Japanese used war prisoners to build a railway connecting Thailand with Myanmar. It became known as the Death Railway and a book and a movie –
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