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    Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

    It is attractive in its striking prangs (a kind of pagoda) which are decorated with millions of pieces of Chinese porcelain. Its central prang, at a height of a 20-storey building, is the tallest prang of Thailand where a good view of the nearby surroundings can be obtained.

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    Patravadi Theatre

    It is near Wat Rakhang, Thon Buri. Renowned for its lavish productions, this outdoor theatre has gained popularity through its modern adaptations of classical Asian literature, with each play demonstrating an ingenious blend of various theatrical techniques. Showtime is on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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    Siriraj Museum

    The museum is situated in Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok Noi Distirict. Audiovisual devices in both Thai and English will be available at the Guest service desk at the entrance to help narrating all guests on all exhibit’s information. Admission fee 40 baht.  200 baht deposit is required for the audio guide device together with your identification.

    The museums are open Monday to Friday from 9 am. to 4 pm.  Close on Sunday and national holidays. For any further information tel. 0 2419 6363

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    Royal Barge National Museum

    The Royal Barge Procession is one of the most spectacular events in the world. It is performed occasionally during the Tod Kathin Buddhist Festival when H.M. The King delivers new robes to the monks at Wat Arun. A visit to The Royal Barge National Museum will give you an insight into the colourful culture of Thailand.

    How to get there : by Chao Phraya Ferry cross the river at Tha Pra Chan Pier near Thammasat University to Bangkok Noi (Thonburi) Train Station Pier or by chartered boat from Tha Chang Pier. Open daily : 9 am. - 5 pm.

    Admission : 30 baht

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    Wat Chetuphon (Wat Po)

    Wat Po founded in the 16th century, is the oldest and biggest temple with the largest number of pagodas (95 in all) in the city. Wat Po was the first open university of Thailand which used to offer courses in several branches of knowledge like literature, archeology, astrology and medicine. It is well known for its huge Reclining Buddha, 46 m. long and 15 m. high.

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    Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew

    (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), located in the same compound in the very heart of Bangkok, are most frequently visited by foreign tourists and local people alike. The Grand Palace is famous for its impressive buildings. Wat Phra Kaew is renowned as the most beautiful and important Buddhist temple in Thailand.

    It houses Phra Kaew Morakot, the most highly revered Buddha image carved from a single block of fine jade. It is so richly and intricately decorated that, once entering the temple, visitor will feel as if they were in a real "city of angels". Open daily from 08.30 a.m. - 3.30 p.m.

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    National Gallery Museum

    Situated on Chao Fa Road opposite the National Theatre, the museum exhibits traditional and contemporary works of art created by Thai artists.

    Open : Wed-Sun from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Admission : 30 baht.

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    The National Theatre

    It is located on Na Phra That Road next to the National Museum, is the official centre of Thai classical performance. Call 0 2234 1342, 0 2222 1092 for a current programme.

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    Wat Prayoon

    It is intriguing for the artificial hill in the compound, dotted with small chedis and frangipani trees, and surrounded by a pool filled with turtles. It was reportedly designed by King Rama III.

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    Pak Khong Talat

    This is a wholesale market for all kinds of cut flowers and vegetables. It is located Maharat Road near the Memorial Bridge. The market is crowded in the early morning and in the evening.

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    The Golden Mount

    The Golden Mount is part of the Wat Saket temple located just outside the old royal city precincts, next to the Pom Mahakhan fort.

    The mount has a somewhat unusual history. It was started by King Rama III early in the 19th century, who wanted to build a large chedi on the site to mark the entrance to the city.

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    House of Museums

    The House of Museums is located at 170/17 Mu 17, Khlong Pho Land, Soi Khlong Pho 2, Sala Thammasop Road, Thawi Watthana, Bangkok 10170. It is accessible by driving along Phutthamonthon Sai 2 Road toward the railway track or Khlong Maha Sawat.

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