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This has been an avenue of commerce for centuries and is still an important transportation artery. We watched many barges moving freight at all hours of the day and night from our hotel.
We very much enjoyed our trip around the Old City in a...More
One thing that attracted me in Bangkok is going across Chao Praya River when I go cycling. I come up to a narrow lane to enter the pier. I see locals walking out of the pier through floating small bridge. I push my bike though...More
If you to enjoy like a local from Bangkok to Ayutthaya, then take a train (I really recommend you to take super express train). From Ayutthaya station, try to cross the road in front of station building to find the only straight road to the...More
Took a river boat from Wat Rajsingkorn Pier for 15 baht to Pak Klong Talat Pier (one stop from the Grand Palace).
It’s lovely watching all the buildings and people go by as you’re boating up the river.
Would recommended as cheap transport around attractions...More