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Top recommendations from locals

Temple
“Wat Traimit is famous because it houses the world’s largest giant golden Buddha statue, 10 feet high and weighing 5 ½ tons and is made of 18 karats pure gold, estimated to be worth $250 million. This Buddha statue have a quite a legend, it survived Burmese invasion, was kept hidden in plaster of Paris for most of the century, then finally made its way from Ayutthaya to Bangkok. It is said to have been moved in 1801, when King Rama 1 ordered all statues depicting Lord Buddha to be moved to Bangkok.”
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Museum
“China town (Yaowarat) is a district of the Thai-Chinese community, the oldest part of Bangkok, a popular tourist attraction and a Thai- Chinese food haven. It is packed with market stalls and street-side restaurants. There are many more intersting stalls and restaurants to visit in Yaowarat. Prices : As Yaowarat is a food street. The prices vary depending on each stall, however, it is very reasonable. Hours : This street never sleep!!! It opens 24 hours, daily, but best for street eating in the evenings after sunset. How to Get There : Take MRT subway to Hua Lamphong MRT station. The station is not close to Chinatown. From the station you have to walk for 10-15 minutes or take a taxi.”
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Museum
“The Bangkokian Museum in Bangrak is hard to find and is not even very well known. It's a simple, discreet museum but the charm is in the pleasure of discovering this small frozen-in-time gem. In fact the Bangkokian museum, sometimes called 'Bangkok Folk Museum', consists mostly of two beautiful wooden houses preserved in perfect condition just the way they were last century.”
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Galerie
“Number 1 Gallery focus is on established and upcoming includes Thai and International artist : spiritual and neo – contemporary subject matter.”
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Museum
“Lovely Thai Style Architecture pavilion. This is a hidden gem you'll be happy to discover.”
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Museum
“Exhibiting more than 3,000 specimens of 600 species of seashells from around the world.”
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Museum
“this is a simulation of how to blind people spend there life everyday. in this simulation, you will have to spend you time like a blind people and you will understand them better :)”
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