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Bangkok Attractions

• Wat Po, Thanon Maha Rat, +66 (02) 222-0094. Home of the gold-leaf covered Reclining Buddha, this temple is the city’s oldest and the largest in Thailand. It’s also home to massage school which teaches the art of traditional Thai massage; visitors can sign up for an invigorating massage.

• National Museum, Thanon Naphratad 1, +66 (02) 224-1405. Housed in a former palace, this museum showcases Thai art as well as archaeology.

• Grand Palace, Thanon Nophralan, +66 (02) 224-1833. The former home of the Thai royal family, this site offers free English tours, although guests must be dressed modestly.

• Baan Jim Thompson, Soi Kasem San 2, off Siam Square, +66 (02) 215-0122. The home to the lost American architect, Jim Thompson, who brought Thailand’s silk trade to fame.

• Chatuchak Weekend Market, Thanon Phahonyothin near Chatuchak Park. This weekend market is Asia’s largest, offering silks, antiques, crafts, and more.


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