are so many Thailand landmarks that it’s hard to
decide about which to talk about. Wat Pho is a big
and vast temple situated next to the Grand Palace;
it has a Praying Buddha - gigantic, gold plated,
long of 46 metres and with a height of 15 metres.
is seen as the first public education centre, being
also called ‘the first university of Thailand’.
mural paintings, the statues, educated people in
various subjects like literature, fight strategies,
archaeology, astronomy, geology, meditation and the
traditional Thai massage. The temple is open daily,
from 9 to 5.
gardens Nong Nooch and the Thai Cultural Centre- the large
zone of garden has two lakes and around them you can admire
palms, bonsai, cactuses, a glass house of orchids and ferns
and a zone when you can admire tigers, elephants,
chimpanzees and parrots. Thai Cultural Centre presents
groups of traditional Thai houses and cultural spectacles
such as the martial arts, tribal customs of music and dance,
wedding ceremonies in the Thai style and so on.
Barge National Museum – procession of the Royal
Barges is one of the most spectacular events in the
It takes place occasionally, during the
Buddhist festival Tod Kathin, when the king offers
the new robes to the monks from the Wat Arun Temple.
These barges adorned with diverse adornments are
kept by the Thai Royal Marine. The whole fleet has
52 ships, each of them being a masterpiece of the
traditional Thai art.
The Lumpini Park covers an
area of 56 ha and is situated in the area with the
best real estates from Bangkok.
It is the most beautiful park in the city and offers an
escape from the noisy crowd of the Thailand capital’s
The park is named after the birth place of Buddha from
Nepal, having also the reputation of charming garden. Its
main characteristic is the big artificial lake where
pleasure boats ca be rented. The city’s inhabitants run on
the jogging route in the first hours of the morning when the
air is fresh and chill.
More, the park owns basketball,
tennis and badminton courts, as well as an
impressive library. If you have the occasion to
visit the Dusit city, there are Thailand landmarks,
too: the most popular attractions are the Palautl
Chitralada (the residence of the King Bhumibol), the
Vimanmek Palace (the biggest construction of
teakwood in the world), The Marble Temple (Wat
Benchmabophit), the building of the National
Assembly (the Parliament) and the Dusit Zoo Garden.
All of these objectives are
close, which make from Dusit a place easy to visit.
The Dusit Park-on its fields are a clock museum, a
photographic exhibition of the King Bhumibol and the
Transportation Museum that owns a series
of eccentric ceremony vehicles. The Dusit Zoological Garden
is the biggest zoo garden of Thailand. It has mammals like
monkeys, bears, tigers, elephants, rhinos, deer and other