We embarked on a day trip from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi to visit Bridge over the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi War Cemetery and JEATH War Museum. The trip is inexpensive and takes about 12 hours, but it’s well worth it to witness and feel the hardships that the POWs went through during the construction of Death Railway.
Chocolate Ville is a themed dining park in Bangkok designed to look like an old European village, complete with chapel, barn, clock tower, railway station and candy-coloured shops (plus lots of cute bears!). What’s more? The food is great and admission is free too.
Pullman Bangkok King Power is one of the several luxury hotels under AccorHotels Group in Bangkok. It is located next to duty-free giant King Power Rangnam Complex. Additionally, it’s just 30 minutes away from Suvarnabhumi Airport and walking distance to BTS Sky Train.
Located 75 km away from downtown Bangkok, Maeklong Railway Market is a unique Thai market that you should not miss when visiting Thailand. It has a train running through it several times a day, right down the middle and close enough to touch. Uniquely in Thailand.
When we think of Thailand, pictures of floating markets often come to our mind. We had our first glimpse of these iconic vendors selling food and various products from their boats at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. It was an interesting experience to all of us!