999/9 Rama I Rd (Ratchadamri Rd), Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Mall · Pathum Wan · 909 tips and reviews
Onizugolf: This is the Biggest shopping complex in Thailand and the 3rd Largest shopping complex in the World. I'm sure that everone in Thailand misses this luxious place so damn much. Highly Recommended!!
Na Phra Lan Rd. (Maha Rat Rd.), Phra Nakhon, Bangkok
Buddhist Temple · Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang · 191 tips and reviews
4sq Thailand: The main temple building is the central ubosoth, which houses the Emerald Buddha. Though green in color, the Buddha is actually carved from a single piece of jade, and though only 17 inches tall, is t
Onizugolf: JJ Market is the Biggest Flea Outdoor Market in BKK..There are lots of cool stuffs especially trendy clothes and accessories.. Enjoy Shopping. Please give some TIPs for other superusers.. ;P
Onizugolf: "Big" refers to the large size of our stores and the wide selection of merchandise we offer. "C" refers to our loyal customers, who are the key to the success of our business. Enjoy Shopping!!
History Museum · Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang · 36 tips and reviews
4sq Thailand: the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia, contains an 18th Century palace and a group of historically important buildings housing Thailand's artistic treasures from neolithic times to the present.
Buddhist Temple · Bowon Niwet · 71 tips and reviews
Thannawatt: The temple hightlights are Uposatha Hall, the Main Gateway, The Red Pavilions, Great Cetiya, Buddha Footprint, and the distinctive and unique murals painted by well known Thai painter, In Kong.
InterContinental Bangkok: The shops up and down this neighbourhood's small streets including household goods, toy and assorted gifts. You'll also find many gold shops as well as traditional Chinese restaurant.
Onizugolf: "Khao San" translates as "milled rice", a reminder that in former times the street was a major Bangkok rice market. Nowadays, This road has developed into a world famous "Backpacker Ghetto." Enjoy!!!
Rosie Elizabeth: Catch the subway to Kamphaeng Phet station, exit onto Kamphaeng Phet Road then walk in the opposite direction to the intersection (away from Jatujak Market) for around 400 metres. After passing plant
DHR.com: A Buddhist Temple at Sathon. Shaped like a Chinese junk, built by King Rama III. Just a few minutes' walk from south of The Taksin Bridge Skytrain (exit to Charoen Krung Road then turn right).