Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Muay Thai
Muay Thai is a traditional martial art of Thailand and the national sport. Westerners call this subject is Thai boxing, but it’s much different from Western boxing.

Until now there has been  debated confirmed the true origins of Muay. Much of the history of Muay Thai was lost when the Burmese sacked Ayudhaya - the capital city of Siam in the 14th century. The Burmese looted the temples and depositories of knowledge held in the capital, and most written history was lost in this period.

You can see Muay Thai at Lumphini Stadium, located on Rama IV highway. The game takes place on the 3rd day, the 6th and 7th night.

The Siriraj Medical Museum
Siriraj Medical Museum, where exhibits many artifacts related to medical and pharmaceutical industries as fetal death, cancer cells of the dead...

One of the curious exhibits is the corpse of the notorious cannibal and serial killer Si Ouey. There is also a collection of old medical autopsy instruments, which were used to determine the death of King Rama VIII.

If you skip the “macabre” the Siriraj Medical Museum is one of the museum the best medicine in the world.

Address: 2, Wanglung Rd., Siri Rat, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok,Thailand
Entrance fee: 40 Thai Baht

Wat Arun
Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), located on the western bank of the Chao Phraya River, Thonburi, the oldest temple of Bangkok. It is one of the most stunning temples in Bangkok, at the same time, this is also where you can see the most beautiful panoramic Bangkok, you should go to the temple Wat Arun to watch the sunrise or sunset, extremely bright and spectacular.

Entry fee: 100 baht. The temple is open daily from 08:30 to 17:30

Wat Kalayanamitr Varamahavihara 
Wat Kalayanamitr Varamahavihara is a Buddhist temple located in Wat Kanlaya sub-district, on the Thonburi bank of the Chao Phraya River. The temple was established in 1825 by Chaophraya Nikonbodin , who donated the temple to Rama III

Shopping at Siam Paragon
Siam Paragon is located on Sukhumvit street, the shopping area with large area with approximately 80,000 m². At this mall, complete focus from premium brands affordable to tourists coming here should be free to choose the appropriate product for your money. In addition, Siam Paragon also owns one of the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia with more than 30,000 ocean animals, interesting destination for the whole family beside the store attractive.

Address: 1 991/1 Rama I Rd, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Hours: Open today · 10AM–10PM

Walking in Lumphini park
Considered the “green lung” of Bangkok, Lumphini park is located at the end Ratchadamri Boulevard, right intersection with Rama IV highway is an ideal stopover for travelers immersed in nature. To the park, you can participate in many exciting recreational activities such as boating, canoe, jogging, cycling, …

The park is open every day from 4:30am to 11:00pm.
Address: Alongside Ratchadamri Road / Rama IV Road
Directions: A short walk from either Ratchadamri or Sala Daeng Skytrain stations.

Visit the Museum of Modern Art (Museum of Contemporary Art – MOCA)
Built from 2012, the Contemporary Art Museum in Bangkok is where paintings exhibited comprehensive collection of culture, life, and human land of Golden Temple. It is considered one of the best museums in Asia in the field of contemporary art with works exhibited extremely unique.

The museum is open from 10:00 to 18:00, Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday), and costs 180 baht for the general public. It costs 80 baht for students and for visitors over the age of 60 or under 15, admission is free.

Address: Chatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand

Khao San Road
Khao San Road
The Khaosan road is the Backpacker's center in Bangkok. For decades, the street is a haven of many sidewalk food with very cheap price, as well as a place of many tourist inn “West backpack” from Europe and America. The nature of Khao San road which was serving tourists, so you can easily find everything here from the fashion boutiques, dining, bars, …

Some tips to keep in mind when coming here was always wary of pickpockets and remember to bargain if you buy anything. Also, having fun delight you not get a cab right in this area to the hotel but to walk a bit to catch a taxi at a cheaper price than stand at Khao San.

Safari World
Safari World is in the heart of Bangkok and is one of the most unique zoo in the world. This is one of the few national parks are built in open style with excellent performance as circus dolphin, monkey boxing, bird drive, …

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