Sunset view of Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn) in Bangkok
At Wat Benchamabopitr a young man entering the priesthood is prepared for his head shaving.
Located at Wat Phra Kaeo, also known as The Temple of the Emerald Buddha, this is the most revered and sacred of all Buddha images in Thailand. If you only visit one temple in Thailand, this is the one!
Need those extra snacks for late at night, or how about a good place to have a simple lunch/dinner. This particular Foodland is located on Soi 5, just off Sukumvit in Bangkok.
The Rose Garden is a short distance out of Bangkok. Your best bet would be to book a day tour there which will probably include at least one other attraction.
The Erawan Shrine is one of the most sacred of all the shrines in Bangkok. Here you can see the classical dancers that become a part of the religious offerings being made by visitors to the shrine.
The MBK shopping complex is one of the best places to get what ever it is you need. From cell phones and iPad cases to clothes and general souvenirs, MBK has it all.
Part of Bangkok’s night life scene includes the well known Soi Cowboy.
One of the MANY shops selling Buddha images and other religious objects in Bangkok.