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Lumpini Place Condo (Ratchada – Tha Phra) is one of the cool locations from where you can see a magnificent panorama of the city. But it’s not that easy to get there. You should know someone who lives there as the doors and the lift are on the card-key. Continue reading Lumpini Place Ratchada-Tha Phra
To be honest I don’t really like markets but… This place really awesome. As almost every market in Thailand, Night Train Ratchada (Thai: ตลาดนัดรถไฟ รัชดา) offers you plenty of nice and quite cheap stuff. Plus you can find a huge variety of food such as seafood, barbecue, Thai food and so. And it’s absolutely amazing photo-object for photographers.
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What can I say about this place. The first thing that pops-up in my head is the great location…truly nice. If you prefer dinning with spectacular city view – then certainly you must visit this restaurant.
The Muse Hotel (on rooftop of which is located Speakeasy bar) is not the highest building in that area so you won’t be able to enjoy “city-on-palm” view. But the effect of “wrapping” you’ll experience for sure. The city is like cuddling you all around from each side… and this, in my opinion, feels much better then aerial view that you can get from lots of other rooftop bars of Bangkok.
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Bangkok. The capital and the largest city of Thailand. Living here for quiet a long period, you start to feel that you belong here, that you are a part of this city. Senseless to write long lines about its unique atmosphere, you need just to feel it. Lots of people fall in love with Bangkok from the very first visit, but a lot of those who visit it at first time promise not to come here anymore. It’s truly a city of big contrasts.
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