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2 days in Bangkok

A flight trip around Bangkok for history and spirit lovers visiting top attractions like Trok Mor Morning Market, Museum of Natural History Chulalongkorn University, Museum of Imaging Technology and many more.

2 daysJan 1 - Jan 2, 2022
3 kmRoute
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6Places
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Bangkok Province

The Thai capital known to locals as the "city of angels" is beaming with culture and tradition.

Bangkok

Day 1 (Jan 1, 2022)

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2 places to visit

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Museum of Natural History Chulalongkorn University

Museum

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1 ~ 2 hours

Museum of Natural History Chulalongkorn University has been open since 1954 and features exhibits of various animals and plants. Great place for children to learn about Thailand natural history.

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Museum of Imaging Technology

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1 ~ 2 hours

The Museum of Imaging Technology is devoted to the collecting, preserving and studying, photography, cameras, and everything linked with this art form.

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Bangkok

Day 2 (Jan 2, 2022)

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4 places to visit

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Statue of King Rama I

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2 ~ 3 hours

Statue of King Rama I is located in a charming public park on the Chao Phraya River, a beautiful place to watch the sunset.

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Pak Khlong Talat (Flower Market)

Market

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2 ~ 3 hours

Pak Khlong Talat is a famous Bangkok market where you can find a variety of flowers, fruits, and vegetables.

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Pig Memorial

Statue

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1 ~ 2 hours

Pig Memorial was built back in 1913 for Queen Saovabha Phongsri's 50th Birthday.

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Trok Mor Morning Market

Market

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2 ~ 3 hours

Trok Mor is an old-fashioned traditional market known for its affordable and delicious street food.

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