Showing posts with label famous floating market. Show all posts
Showing posts with label famous floating market. Show all posts

July 5, 2012

Travelling To Thailand And What To Do In Bangkok...

Thailand is the world's 51st-largest country by total area. It is slightly smaller than Yemen and slightly larger than Spain.Totalling 513,120 square kilometres (198,120 sq mi).Thailand is divided into 76 provinces which are gathered into 5 groups of provinces by location. There are also 2 special governed districts: the capital Bangkok (Krung Thep Maha Nakhon) and Pattaya, of which Bangkok is at provincial level and thus often counted as a province.Each province is divided into districts and the districts are further divided into sub-districts.

city of angel,Bangkok
Bangkok at dawn

Thailand travel is becoming more and more popular, and it is easy to see why; the delicious food it has to offer, the picturesque white sandy beaches, and the friendly people that have made Thailand famous for being 'the land of smiles'.

Upon arriving in Bangkok at the beginning of your Thailand holiday, you will be immediately captivated by the Asian style architecture. You'll fly into Suvarnabhumi airport which has recently been renovated and is extremely stylish with its statues, Thai style decorations and its gold-leaf Buddhas. You can get one of the numerous multi-colored taxis to take you into the hustle and bustle of Bangkok city. Once there, you will be greeted with the street food stalls selling everything from Pad-Thai, satay chicken..After grabbing some lunch I would recommend heading to one of the many massage spas to relax yourself after your long international flight. I paid 150 THB for an hour long Thai massage on Soi Rambuttri and I have to say it was one of the best massages I have ever had. I left the salon feeling so relaxed and ready for whatever Bangkok had to throw at me.

October 30, 2011

The Most Famous Floating Market,Thailand

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Amphawa Flosting Market As many important rivers flow through the center of Thailand and to the sea, they have affected central Thai lifestyle since long before recorded history. Previously, many central-Thai people built their communities by the rivers because they needed to use water in their daily life. The rivers are also a means of transportation. Nowadays, we can see and appreciate the remaining essence of old traditional Thai Lifestyle at the canal floating markets at Amphawa district, Samut Songkhram Province. Amphawa Floating Market is one of the famous attractions of Samut Songkhram province and provides many activities for travelers especially on weekends.