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Going to the movies in Bangkok is often a popular way to escape the midday heat or an afternoon downpour. After paying a fraction of western ticket prices, visitors are further impressed by the luxurious seating that awaits them within the theater, many of which even feature fully reclining love seats with blankets and pillows! Visitors must remember to stand in honor of the king and are required to suffer through dozens of silly Thai commercials, yet these simply add to the wonderful experience of going to the movies in Thailand.
Tha Sadet is the port for local people to cross Mekong River to Tha Duea in Laos. There’s a market for Indo-Chinese and European products, as well as the local goods....
In the past, daily commerce in Thailand was conducted mostly along rivers and canals (or khlongs in Thai). Bangkok’s water network was busy and served as the principal means of communication causing Bangkok to be c...
This Chinese community and old-fashioned market, complete with wooden shop houses, has retained its authentic Thai style, dating from a century ago. Visitors can explore the traditional shops, including a photography sto...
This afternoon-only floating market is located near a temple, Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram, where parking is provided. On Fridays and on weekends, the Amphawa Canal brims with boats loaded with drinks like O-Liang (Thai iced ...