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Most Popular Tours in Bangkok – places to wander about

What does Bangkok mean to you? Why do you think everyone tries to make this their tourist destination? There should be a reason, and that reason depends on each and everyone's taste. Visit Bangkok and find out where your taste rests.

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City, temples and Grand Palace

City, temples and Grand Palace

Bangkok has 400 temples. Probably why you should try to step into at least one of the temples. Wat Trimitr, Wat Pho and Wat Benjabophit are the most radiant temples of all. Visiting these temples maintain a link between you and the Grand Palace. Grand Palace is where the roots of the city's religiosity sprung up, you will learn as you advance in your tour. Visit Emerald Buddha at Wat Phra Kaew too,you will be simply impressed by its spiritual grandeur. Holy air is all around.
It is easy to reach these temples by ferry. Why not get on board Anantara Cruises, one of the Bangkok Cruises?

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Ayutthaya Tour by River Sun Cruise

Ayutthaya Tour by River Sun Cruise

Most tours are practically full of facts. The tourist guides try to fill your head with all the facts as much as possible. You hardly have your own moment to admire the place. It is but different when you take up a trip to Ayutthaya. It will occupy one whole day of your tour, but still it is interesting. There is nothing such as patience for you to prove. In Ayutthaya you will be walking amid the ruins of war. This city, Siam's capital, has so much to offer but you have your own time to explore them. If you feel tired, just relax.

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Siam Niramit

Siam Niramit

Perhaps you are not in a mood to walk around much on some days during the tour. If you ever come across such a day, try out Siam Niramit. It will show you the city's beautiful landscape within the matter of just 80 minutes. The beauty of one whole land in just 80 minutes? You will entertain doubts until you get to see the stage play for yourself. Oh and you will be watching the show on the world's biggest stage with a cast of hundred performers. And why not carry a bag of Thai finesse too?
At the very first act, you will be introduced to the genesis of Siam civilization. You will learn how religion plays a vital role in the traditional Thai lifestyle. You will no longer be surprised to see the ubiquitous temples in the land.

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market (Half Day)

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market (Half Day)

Never mind its tourist crowd, the floating market will nevertheless offer you a larger-than-life scene. Along those small thin canals, you will set your eyes upon longboats full of freshly caught fish. As these fish struggle to live, you will also see customers stopping by to negotiate a bargain. It looks like a whole montage of the country's fishing lifestyle. And that is what you get to sight at the Floating Market.

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River Kwai Tour including Long-tail Boat

River Kwai Tour including Long-tail Boat

Unquestionably River Kwai Tour is one of the best places to see the World War II ruins. You will be touring around Kanchanaburi that looks almost virgin with its unspoilt features. The province borders Burma, and you have the opportunity to tour the Death Railway, the Bridge over the River Kwai and the memorial museum. They have an impressive fusion of mountains, rocky landscapes and elephant rides to make it an unsurpassed experience.