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Things You Can't Miss
The Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) boasts more than a thousand images of the Buddha. It’s also a school for traditional Thai massage, so indulge.
The Grand Palace complex is no longer the royal residence, but it’s a venue for royal ceremonies and state functions — and a grand tourist attraction.
The city is famed for naughty nightlife, but it also has great eateries and cultural shows. For the best food, seek out the simpler establishments.
Remember when buying a plane ticket didn't include a bunch of extra airline fees? Follow our tips on avoiding the most ridiculous charges.
Hire a small craft or join a tour to find food and souvenirs in a “floating market”: Damnoen Saduak is popular, and so is Khlong Lat Mayom.
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The art-filled Jim Thompson House was the home of an ex-U.S. intelligence agent who built a silk business in Bangkok and disappeared on a vacation.
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Preparing for a long-haul flight? See what nutritious foods you need to help avoid jet lag.
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