Bangkok is a metropolitan city and is also the capital city of Thailand. It is one of Southeast Asia’s most thriving commercial centers. More than anywhere else in the country, Bangkok tops the list in expressing the culture’s uncanny ability to blend the old with the new.
This lends a thrilling sense of discovery to one’s sightseeing, which is favored by nature with a good climate and adds to one’s mental peace. Bangkok is innately beautiful and houses five of the seventh wonders of the world. Wat Pho is the most popular temple in Bangkok and is also one of the oldest temples in the country.
Within its one acre of sanctumoustafa(roomsused for Buddha images), you can see paintings depicting the life of King Siddhartha and other images of Gautama Buddha. If you want to see first hand the impressiveness of these temples, climb the oldest hill in Bangkok, Smaling Summit. Here, you will find the glittering view of the Khao San mountains over the city as well as part of the old walled city that used to defend it.
Ayutthaya is the former capital of Siam. It had a formidable power, which faded very quickly. Now it is just a quaint old town that is popular for its traditional buildings, tree-lined canals, fruit and flower markets, and shops. The old town is actually sitting on the side of a mountain, which will take you back in history. The Grand Palace is the most popular attraction in Bangkok. Built-in 1782, the buildings are excellently preserved. Every structure was designed by a famous architect like Rattanakosin and each building is surrounded by lush gardens. The most notable thing about the structure is Wat Phra Si Rattanakosin, the reclining Buddha. Every year, thousands of tourists go down to the Bayon and Chinatown to see the glow worms. glow-worm caterrums are still considered a delicacy in Thailand.
Thai doctors believe that if you eat glowworm larvae three times in a month you will go into a full recovery. But, glow-worm meat isn’t the only thing that this tasty creature is famous for. glow Worms are known to give a safe, effective, and long-lasting therapeutic effect on human body parts. They are also particularly effective in treating critical diseases, particularly skin cancer, particularly caused by sunlight. If you’re not a fan of eating crunchy caterpillars, then you might want to try getting infected yourself! You can request a glow worm “trip” through the embassy of Thailand or the location of your hotel. You can either be treated before your trip or after you return.
There are a few countries that are not safe to eat in. You should not eat in Chong China or Iran, in case you’re not sure. But if you are risking a trip to these countries, then it’s pretty much of no concern. The food in Japan is safe. The food in Oregon is safe. The food in Rhode Island is safe. The food in Hawaii is safe. The food in Italy is safe. The food in gatehouses are safe. The wine that you drink in New Zealand is bottled water and safe. The water in Bequia is safe. The coffee in Aruba is safe and the juice in Brazil is safe (pour only at home, never drink the tap water). Before you enter a restaurant in another country, make sure that they have washed their hands – no re-seeds or glasses left inside. You can find a good way to do this by checking the DOH monogram next to the door or just asking the waitress if she’s seen any “icus” (unclean). If you see dirty kitchen do not eat there but it used to be safe, the cheaper hotels seem to be mum on the issue. Use caution and follow restaurant instructions.