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Take a vacation to the most exotic city in Thailand. Bangkok, Thailands capitol is filled with so many interesting things to see. Take your time with a Budget Rental Car through out the city. With, we can get you the best rates around.
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Things to do in Bangkok

  • The Grand PalaceThe Grand Palace
    The Grand Palace is surrounded by walls that are the length of 1,900 meters and were built in 1782. The Palace is made up of Thailand government offices, the Chapel Royal of the Emerald Buddha as well as the Royal residents and sits on an area of 218,400 sq meters. The Chapel Royal is made up of all the architectural features of the monastery, except for the residential quarter. The monks live in a different private chapel. The Emerald Buddha is a national object of respect where many people come to visit on certain days of the week. Through out the Palace are beautiful murals that tell the story of the Ramakien who rescued his wife that had been abducted by Thotsakan to the netherworld. The Grand Palace is filled with many historical stories about the life of the Grand Palaces past.

  • Wat Pho
    The Temple of the Reclining Buddha is the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok holding more Buddha images than any other temple in Bangkok and also houses the largest Buddha in Thailand. The temple has over 1,000 Buddha images which is more than any other temple in the country. The large Buddha is gold plated and has a mother of pearl inlay of his eyes and soles of the feet. The Buddha's feet are decorated with 108 scenes of the Indian and Chinese styles. The building was built in 1788 and restored twice in 1824 and again in 1982.

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  • Wat ArunWat Arun
    The Temple of the dawn is one of the best known landmarks in Bangkok. Sourounding the temple are the Phra Phrang towers and the Yuk Wat Jaeng. The Temple was built in 1809-1824 by King Rama II and completed in 1851. Steep steps leading to the central balcony gives an impressive view of the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Wat Po from across the Bangkok River. The building is made of brick covered with stucco.  Unique decorations fill the temple with thousands of colorful Chinese Porcelain.
  • Wat Phra Kaew
    The Temple of the Emerald Buddha was built by King Rama I. In the hall there are 6 doors that are each guarded by Khmer style lions lasting from the 13th century with help of some restoration. The Temple is adjoined with the Grand Palace and has over 100 brightly colored buildings with gold and glittering spires and mosaics that date back to the late 1700's. It is the most sacred temple in Thailand and you are to act with respect inside the temple. High above everyone's head the tiny Buddha, about 60 to 75 cm, sits for those to worship. Rather than Emerald the Buddha is green Jade.

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  • Chinatown
    Filled with tons of colorful excitement, Chinatown is  the number one exotic market in Bangkok. The market is filled with market stalls and has the greatest population of gold shops in the city. Unlike the rest of Bangkok the Chinatown has kept is own traditions and look since it relocated from the old city. Chinatown is one of the most visited attraction in Bangkok. Walk the crowded streets and see for your self what exciting store or shop lies ahead for you.
  • Bangkok National Museum
    In 1874 King Rama V decided to open the first public museum to exhibit the collections of  Royalty including King Rama IV. In 1967 the King opened the North and South wing. The museum houses three permanent exhibition galleries, the Thai History Gallery, the Archaeological and Art History Collections, the Decorative Arts and Ethnological Collection. In addition to the permanent galleries there are also exhibition rooms filled with Weapons, Gold Treasures, Royal Chariots and so much more.