Bangkok Canals – The Venice Of The East

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Bangkok Canals – The Venice Of The East
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Bangkok was known as the “Venice of the East” in the past as it was filled with many canals. People used to live on water doing their day to day activities while floating on boats. Many of these canals were filled in to make way for new roads and buildings over the past years but even now many of these old canals still remain on the Thonbui side of the Chao Phraya River.
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Along these canals we can see even now many people dwelling and they are very much used to the life in their floating residencies. They are visited monks who do alms rounds the postmen and even vendors coming by boats. One can enjoy a long tailed boat ride for about 1000 baht to have some good time in a quiet environment and even to have a closer look as in how Thai people used to live along the canals. And also it is possible to visit so many temples that have very historical background. While traveling through these temples and other ancient monuments one can gain a thorough knowledge about the history and the development of the entire city.

More over during the boat ride it is also possible to stop at the Royal Barge National Museum which is established along one of the main temples in the canals. That is also a major destination where most of the tourists intend to go in the hope of gaining more knowledge about the traditions and basic cultural aspects of Thailand as well as Bangkok. Therefore many tourists who come across Bangkok for their business purposes and to spend some good time do not miss the opportunity to spare some more time along the canals to relax them selves.

For visitors who opt to stay for a longer time Bangkok serviced apartments such as President Park will provide convenient access and comfortable stay to most of the other attractions in Bangkok as well.

Mentioning about more attractions that grab the eyes of the visitors are the monasteries called Wat Paramal Ylkawat Wat Suwannaram Wat Chaloand more near the canals in Bangkok. All of them are based on the history and various cultural aspects of Thailand which enhances the value of the nation.
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