Romantic Central Thailand awaits: its temples, food, culture, and more!
Explore the family-friendly area of Central Thailand—sacred temples, shopping, and popular sights from Wat Phra Si Sanphet to Ayutthaya Historical Park.
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The majestic European/Asian-style complex was once the home of the kings of Siam and is now both a place of worship and a must-see Bangkok landmark.
The “Temple of the Reclining Buddha” is the largest temple in the country and has more Buddha statues than any other Thai temple.
Wat Arun is a well-known landmark worth seeing in Bangkok. Stroll along the riverfront or visit the notable monuments in this vibrant area.
Take a walk over this historic landmark, which has become the symbol of the infamous Thailand-Burma railway.
A small but extremely important Thai religious icon sits on a golden pedestal within the ornate Wat Phra Kaew structure on the grounds of the Grand Palace.
This “anything goes” street is a hot spot for budget travelers who want to buy cheap clothes and souvenirs, people-watch or party all night.