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Wat Arun

This famous Bangkok landmark, situated on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River, dates back to the Ayutthaya period and is one of the city's most popular attractions.

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Wat Pho

Known as The Temple of the Reclining Buddha, this is one of the largest temples in Bangkok and features a 15-metre high reclining Buddha - created in 1832.

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In the city of Ayutthaya, in the province of the same name, lie the well-preserved ruins of the Historic City of Ayutthaya. Founded in the mid-14th Century, this UNESCO World Heritage Site showcases some of the finest ancient Thai architecture.

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Damnoen Saduak floating market

The vibrant colours and enticing aromas of Thailand can all be found on the narrow waters of Damnoen Saduak. Thailand’s most popular floating market is just an hour and a half outside of the bustling capital.

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The Grand Palace

The city’s most iconic landmark is the spectacular Grand palace complex. Official residence of the King of Thailand for 150 years until 1925, and continuously in use for important national ceremonies and events, the complex is fabulously preserved and host to a collection of traditional buildings and temples.

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