By ANDY RAJPUT
This is the world's biggest reclining Buddha, entirely coated in gold leaf. In reality, you may purchase a sheet of gold leaf to lay as an offering on the Buddha's skin.
It is a solid gold Buddha, but it has not always been viewable to everybody. It was plastered over and then gold-painted to preserve it from plunder during the many Wars.
Amphawa Floating Market is a floating market and tourist attraction in Samut Songkhram Province's Amphawa District, on one of the forks of the Mae Klong River.
This night market is situated within Patpong, one of Bangkok's most infamous red-light districts. Souvenirs such as knock-off apparel and t-shirts, bright lights, coconut shell bowls, and even local art may be found here.
The Grand Palace is a building complex in the centre of Bangkok, Thailand. Since 1782, the palace has served as the official residence of the Kings of Siam.
Wrestling is a culture in Thailand, and the wrestlers are highly revered individuals. Wrestlers are grouped into age groups ranging from youngsters to adults. The most well-known is Lumpini Stadium.
Chatuchak is noted for its popular weekends Market, where thousands of retailers offer anything from Buddha sculptures and antiques to knickknacks, apparel, and pets.
Ko Kret is a small island in Thailand's Chao Phraya River, just north of Bangkok. It is regarded as a Mon hamlet, and its notable terracotta is on exhibit in the Kwan Aman Museum.
Bangkok (Hua Lamphong) railway station is located in Pathum Wan, the old principal passenger terminal in Bangkok and Thailand's former railway center.
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