Chatuchak MarketOne of the largest weekend markets in the world, Chatuchak has over 15,000 different stalls selling everything from food to clothes to pets.
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Suvarnabhumi AirportSince replacing DMK airport in 2006 as Bangkok's main airport, Suvarnabhumi is the place where most international visitors fly into the Thai capital.
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Don Mueang Airport Formerly Bangkok's main international airport, DMK, or Don Mueang Airport is the second most important flight terminal in the Thai capital.
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100.602751,13.916572,0
Khao San RoadBangkok's most famous backpacker district, Khao San Road is one of the liveliest parts of the capital, especiall of an evening.
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ChinatownOne of the largest in the world, Bangkok's Chinatown dates back to 1782 when the city was created as the capital of Thailand.
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Asiatique The RiverfrontAsiatique The Riverfront is a night market and mall which is very popular among tourists.
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Grand PalaceAn extravagant palace complex that was home to the Thai royals for over 200 years, it is also home to the famous Wat Phra Kaew and its Emerald Buddha.
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Wat PhoWat Pho is a Buddhist temple complex located in Rattanakosin Island, south of Bangkok's Grand Palace.
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Wat ArunWat Arun is one of Bangkok's most important Buddhist temples.
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Jim Thompson HouseThe jungle-surrounded former home and art collection of legendary silk entrepeneur Jim Thompson, who mysteriously disappeared in 1967.
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IconSiamIconSiam is the most impressive shopping centre in Bangkok.
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Patpong Night MarketPatpong Night Market is a thriving shopping district in the midst of one of Bangkok's liveliest nightlife zones, between Surawong and Silom Roads.
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MBKIf you're planning a shopping trip in Bangkok, don't miss MBK.
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CentralwOrldThe eleventh largest shopping centre in the world, CentralwOrld has almost 500 stores, a 5 start hotel, a 15-screen cinema, arcades, temples and more!.
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100.539665,13.7468,0
Siam ParagonSiam Paragon is a massive mall in Bangkok, featuring high-end boutiques as well as an aquarium, a bowling alley, a Thai art gallery and a concert hall.
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100.534317,13.746211,0
Pantip PlazaPantip Plaza is a shopping centre in Bangkok dedicated to selling technology and electronics, including hardware and software.
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MahaNakhonThe MahaNakhon tower is Thailand's tallest skyscraper at 314 metres and boasts one of the best viewpoints in the world.
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Damnoen Saduak Floating MarketThe Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is Thailand's most popular.
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Mae Klong Railway MarketThe Mae Klong Railway Market (Talad Rom Hub) is one of the most unusual sights in Thailand.
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