• This predominantly Buddhist country has around 70 million citizens who highly respect its king, so for first-time tourists to Thailand, do not insult or insult the king or his descendants, because the business can be long to the party mandatory And it is recommended not to talk about the king of Thailand, if there are questions it is better to keep it buried and then browse on the internet, which certainly is not difficult to find information about the king of Thailand on the internet.

    At certain hours, Thais will stop their activities. The Thai Country Song will be heard playing and they will stand tall to sing the song. At that time, even though you were a tourist, you also had to stand up and be quiet until the song was finished to honor local traditions. Thai nationalism can already be seen from small things like this.

    Unique tourist attractions in Bangkok


    The Erawan Museum & Ancient Siam is located in the Sukhumvit Road area, Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. The museum is famous for its elephant statue which has 3 heads and is made of bronze with a weight of about 250 tons and a height that reaches up to 29 meters. This museum consists of 3 floors that have a philosophy as a representation of the universe. Then what does this have to do with the universe? So the 1st floor is a representation of Hell, while the 2nd floor is a representation of Earth and the 3rd floor is a representation of Heaven.

    This place is also often visited by local people to simply pray and give thanks to the Creator. While foreign tourists who come here are generally because they are amazed and enjoy the beauty offered by this museum. The Erawan Museum & Ancient Siam will instantly spoil your eyes even when you first enter them. This museum has a very thick architecture of Thai nuances, really very distinctive. All the details owned by this museum are absolutely perfect. So, this place will be very suitable for those of you who expect a very typical Bangkok tour.

    Siam Niramit

    Siam Niramit is a very famous colossal art performance in the White Elephant Land. This show tells about the culture and history of Thailand and also the customs and beliefs held by local residents. This magnificent show was held on stage with lighting and capacity that can reach up to more than 1000 spectators. This show was even named Thailand The Best Performance by Guinness World Book Records. Almost all tourists both local and foreigners who come to Bangkok Thailand want to witness this amazing colossal art performance.


    Wat Phra Kaew or often also called Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram is the most famous Buddhist temple in the White Elephant Land. This temple is located in Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand. Wat Phra Kaew is very charming and different from most other temples here.

    Wat Phra Kaew actually only consists of sacred buildings, statues, and pagodas with no place for monks to live. It seems indeed incomplete if visiting Bangkok without visiting this famous temple. One thing to note if you are planning to Wat Phra Kaew is, you are prohibited from wearing sandals and shorts. It is mandatory to dress modestly because this temple is a sacred shrine.

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