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Dragon Temple Kammalawat (วัดมังกรกมลาวาส (เล่งเน่ยยี่))

The Wat Sanpran Dragon Temple in Bangkok, Thailand is a 16-storey red tower with a statue of a dragon wound around it. The temple complex consists of smaller temples and many statues inspired by dragons and the chinese zodiac. The dragon itself is reportedly hollow, and visitors are able to walk some sections of it, though other parts of the temple remain closed to the public. Photo: utaot.com/2012/12/05

*VISITED* This is Khao San Road, Bangkok. If you go to Bangkok, I would thoroughly recommend getting away from the crowds in Khao San road. If you walk around the surrounding streets you will find lots of lovely bars and restaurants with amazing food and a lovely relaxed atmosphere...

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Everything You Need To Know About Bang Rak, Bangkok

48 Hours in Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand | This lesser-known neighborhood of Bang Rak is home to some of Bangkok's coolest off-the-beaten path attractions and it's a great place to stay near Chinatown, Walking Street, and the Chao Phraya River. Here's everything you need to know for your visit to Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Our 7 Favorite Places To Eat Best Thai Food In Bangkok

Somtum Der – Bangkoks Best Som Tam (Papaya Salad) Address: Sala Daeng Road, Silom How to get there: Take the sky train to Silom station, and walk from there (very short). Opening hours: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Closed on Sundays.

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Visiting the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok

Visiting the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok is retail heaven. As soon as I walked in I just about died from excitement! Anything you could possibly think of is sold at this market. So, if you wanna bring home a little somethin somethin, definitely plan on coming here. I grabbed some