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The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace is located in Bangkok, specifically on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, which is a huge royal palace built by order of King Rama I in 1872 AD, and represented the residence of the kings of Thailand until it was converted into a museum open to visitors, tourists And this palace is distinguished by its amazing architecture and its buildings that were built in two styles: European and Thai, and perhaps the most important of its features is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
the National Museum
The National Museum is located in the old part of Bangkok, and it contains within it one of the most important art collections in Southeast Asia, including: Buddhist and Hindu worship, and some of the holdings of the royal family.
The Temple of Dawn
Temple of the Dawn, located on the western bank of the Chao Phraya River, is an ancient Buddhist temple distinguished by its stunning architectural design, its five towering towers covered in porcelain, and colored ceramic tiles, emerged as a wonderful architectural masterpiece.
Jim Thompson House Museum
Jim Thompson House is one of the most important museums in Thailand, a complex of six houses built using Thai teak, and owned by an American businessman named Jim Thompson, who is credited with advertising Thai silk on Worldwide, the museum today houses a large number of art pieces collected from across the country.
Wat Pho is one of the important landmarks in Bangkok, and it is a large Buddhist temple characterized by its magnificent architecture and amazing collectibles, including: The Reclining Buddha Statue, which is the largest in Bangkok, the largest Buddha photo collection in Thailand, and the oldest public education center in the country.
The Lumpini Park is considered one of the most beautiful natural sites in Bangkok. It includes green spaces, a picturesque artificial lake, meadows, hiking and jogging paths, and places for hiking.