A drive through major parts of Thailand’s capital city with a visit to the three most beautiful temples.
The sacred object with the highest intrinsic value is the 15th–century gold Buddha in “Wat- Traimit” in Bangkok, Thailand.
A site of the 46-meter-long reclining Buddha. An area of 20 acres, here’s the largest WAT in Bangkok and is technically the oldest too as it was built around 200 years ago before “Bangkok” became the capital of Thailand. It combines history, and medical science and is a center of meditation and traditional Thai massage.
Pak Khlong Talat market
is at the fourth rank among the top ten flower markets around the world. It is also the third biggest orchid flower market in the world.