Samut Prakan Tourism & Travel Guide

Phuket - Thailand’s largest beautiful island, surrounded by the freakishly azure waters of the Andaman Sea. Days here are busy with island hoping...

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Bangkok Suvarnabhumi AirportIt was an official trip to Thailand to attend a conference 3 years back. I just managed to get my passport just 2 days...

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Suvarnabhumi Airport Nong Prue Samut Prakan Thailand

It was an official trip to Thailand to attend a conference 3 years back. I just managed to get my passport just 2 days before the scheduled trip of 21st April. So I had no time to manage the visa but depend on Visa on Arrival process. Reaching Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport with the team, I took the queue for Visa on Arrival and submitted the VISA fees of 2000 Rs. and got the VISA instantly. We had few cabs waiting to pick us from the Airport and drop us at Pattaya. Our company had already booked a hotel for us in Pattaya where the conference was scheduled.
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Wat Pariwat Yan Nawa Bangkok Thailand

Wat Pariwat is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok. The shrine is of gold, with three large Buddha figures in front of another incredibly intricate mural. If you didn't know it was here, you wouldn't necessarily spot the David Beckham statue as his image is actually carved into the altar itself. The gatekeeper told us that the statue was installed in 1998 where a Garuda used to reside. Thai sculptor Thongruang Haemhod wanted to add it because football is the new religion, and the temple’s abbot agreed as part of the World Cup celebrations. It is difficult to wrap your head around the story, but it does make a pretty fascinating sight.
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