Exotic Thailand

Tripoto
8th Aug 2014
Photo of Exotic Thailand 1/32 by Freddie Jazz
Walking along the roads in Sukhamvit
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The Palace opposite Grand Palace
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Soldiers depicting the Thai Regiment
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Grand Palace
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Temple Court
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Idols
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Photo of Exotic Thailand 32/32 by Freddie Jazz

Bangkok

My friend and I started our journey from New Delhi, India. We took an early morning flight in order to reach early and spend the day and evening to go around in the city. We reached by 11 am and immediately went to the hotel in Sukhamvit. Sukhamvit 21 is the most central and the happening place in the city. You can get all kinds of public transports from here including intercity Bus links at Ekammai. We stayed there for two days visiting many places like Wat Arun, Grand Palace - the most important temple of the city, a nearby Museum, village tour on boats and more. At night, if you wish to turn naughty and hottie then you can visit Soi Cowboy the most happening nights in Bangkok. Enjoy the drinks and beautiful colorful Bars and the lady shows. If you feel tired take an hour out for the relaxing Thai massage. Do visit the Siam Oceam World at the Siam Paragon nearby which portraits the best of the weird and exclusive fishes and water mammals rare to find. Get yourself clicked with the celebs at the Madame Trassauds Wax Works. After experiencing them all we left for Koh Samui, an island in the south which is approx 13 hrs journey in total. The buses run overnight so you can relax and have a good sleep and till you open your eyes, you are almost there. With a 11 hrs bus ride and 2 hrs ferry you will reach the lovely island.

KOH SAMUI:

We stayed at the Lamai Beach, the most happening area on the island. The Island offers you every kind of fun you can think of from a romantic dinner at the beach to many adventurous sports on the mountains and in the sea. Take a day off for Scuba Diving on Koh Tao Island 1.5 hrs speedboat ride from Samui. Visit the Namuang Safari and experience the thrills, watch out for various animal shows- Snake Show, Crocodile Show, Bird Show, Elephant Show and Monkey Show. Get yourself clicked with the wild animals. Get a min out to feed milk to the baby leopards and tigers in your arms.

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