Bangkok is the city where you will find the most famous massage parlors in the world (they will definitely knock you off of your feet) and will be the source of amazing memories and unforgettable travel experience. Compared to other places, Bangkok is a fairly inexpensive city. But if you portion your sandwich into more pieces for future meals and if you search repeatedly for pennies left or hidden in the pockets of the backpack, even that might seem expensive. For such challenging times, we will offer you below the main and most pleasing touristic atractions in Bangkok thyat you can enjoy for free.
Envelop yourself in karma when you go to any of the temples scattered along the Chao Pharya River. They are relatively close to each other and a ferry that costs you a few dollars will float you easily through the area. Do you want totally for free? Then walk. The most popular temple is Wat Arun. At Wat Po, for a small fee, a monk will give you gladly offer you a sacred healing massage. Temples are open gardens for relaxation, contemplation and feeding the fish, admire the amazing Stupa monuments and statues of various idols, such as the famous inclined statue of Buddha at Wat Po.
The Thai Markets
The markets in town represent the perfect places where you can find cheap stuff, also being true centers of activity, a swarm where you can be inspired with ideas for a potential future occupation. Maybe ... thai boxing practiced illegally has just crossed you mind? Full of locals, tourists and the occasional endangered species, you can easily get lost in the corridors of Chatuchak Market. Floating markets allow you to see how affairs were managed in the good old days: with sellers in boats and other boats swarming across the network of canals that branch from the Chao Phraya River. Fortunately for your exhausted feet, the work in markets does not take place strictly during the day. Night markets in Bangkok are often open all night. Smiling sellers offers specific fruits, vegetables and even illegal drugs – so beware of what the locals might offer you and stay out of troube! If you want a place where you can feel the shards of a mysterious spell, check out the Wat Mahat Amulet Market, dedicated to ju-ju practices - it is unavoidable if you want a unique experience.
Khao San Street
Get out of the hotel and take the pulse of the city. There is no tourist in history not to visit the famous Khao San Road area. Apart from the many bars and venues, there are thousands of people who stroll the streets having fun. Street vendors selling everything from the latest in music (pirated of course), to fried insects (you get to put in your mouth, at a price of nothing, stuff that usually you kill on the wall). On on Thursdays, make sure that you will niot miss the show: you will find there the local clone of Johnny Cash, singing as well as legendary countryman himself.
Erawan Shelter of one of the most venerated images in Thailand, representing Phra Phrom god with four girls, Erawan Shrine is a wonderful place where you can begin your day. Located in the heart of Ratchaprasong intersection, the altar is surrounded by shopping malls, hotels and plenty of other attractions. Here are Thai musicians and dancers who give performances for Phra Phrom throughout the day while thousands of people submitted to the deity's feet gilded garlands of flowers, incense and wooden elephants. In the middle of the concrete jungle there is a special place where you can upload spiritually.
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