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Baan Hostel is easily one of the hostels with private bathroom in Wong-Wien-Yai Bangkok. With stylish industrial dorms, café and bar, lockers, and located only 5 minutes’ walk from Wong-Wien-Yai BTS Station.

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West of the Chao Phraya River, Thonburi is one of Bangkok’s most authentic neighborhoods. The atmosphere in Thonburi may be more low-key and residential, but it’s very affordable and properties near the expressways link to central Bangkok easily. BTS stations Wongwian Yai and Thonburi make the journey to Siam's shopping district in less than 30 minutes. There are plenty of cultural tourist attractions, including Temple, Church, Museum, Parks and Monuments nearby.

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Budget accommodation with great hospitality
Baan Hostel is easily one of the hostels with private bathroom in Wong-Wien-Yai Bangkok. With stylish industrial dorms, café and bar, lockers, and located only 5 minutes’ walk from Wong-Wien-Yai BTS Station…

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Bangkok, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Thaïlande

Wat Arun: The Temple of the Rising Sun

Wat Arun located along the Chao Phraya River. You can climb two flights of steps up the main stupa for a fantastic view of the river.

Chao Phraya River

The Chao Phraya River is the very lifeblood of Bangkok and some of the city’s most famous attractions such as Chinatown, the flower market and Wat Arun are nestled on the banks of the river. Taking a public ferry along the river is a very cheap and fun way to get a feel for the city. The ferry takes passengers all the way from Saphan Taksin, which connects with the Sky-Train network.

Royal Barge National Museum (Arun-Amarin Rd., Phra Arthit Pier)

On the mouth of the Bangkok Noi canal, this museum displays several Royal Barges used for state ceremonies on the Chao Phraya River. The ornately carved barges take the form of famous mythical creatures from the Ramayana epic. The most impressive is the Suphannahongse (or Golden Swan), which was built in 1911 during the reign of King Rama IV. This 46-metre craft was carved from one single piece of teakwood. The bow resembles a mythical swan and is adorned with gold lacquer and glass jewels. Most visit this museum as part of a canal tour, but it can also be visited on foot.

King Taksin the Great Monument (BTS Wongwian Yai). 

This is an equestrian statue situated at the Wongwian Yai Circle near the railway station of the same name. The king is portrayed with his right hand holding a sword, measuring approximately 9 metres in height from his horse's feet to the spire of his hat. The statue rests on a reinforced concrete pedestal of about 9 by 2 metres with 3.90 metres in height. There are four frames of stucco relief on the two sides of the pedestal. The opening ceremony of this monument was held on April 17, 1954 and a homage-paying fair takes place annually at December 28.

Princess Mother Memorial Park (Somdet Chao Phraya Soi 3, Memorial Bridge Pier)

This beautiful park is built near the Wat Anongkharam community where Somdej Phra Srinagarindra Boromarajajonani, HRH the Princess Mother (the mother of King Rama IX) had resided during her childhood. The park comprises a full scale model of the Princess Mother's house. The old buildings were renovated as exhibition halls, displaying the life story of HRH the Princess Mother and the history of the Wat Anongkharam community that lives here(URL HIDDEN)Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew

One of Bangkok’s major tourist attractions and no trip to the Thai capital would be complete without a visit to this magnificent temple compound. It’s worth setting aside a good few hours to take in all the temples and shrines in this complex, especially the mystical Emerald Buddha.

This temple has the strictest dress code, although acceptable clothes can be borrowed inside - watch out for touts trying to tell you otherwise. Also, no pictures or movies are allowed to be taken of the Emerald Buddha. Any taxi driver can take you here, or you can get a river taxi to Tha Chang pier.
 
Wat Po

Located beside the Grand Palace, Wat Po is a complex of stunning temples with intermingling spires of intricate and ornate design. The most outstanding attraction is the massive, 40-metre long reclining Buddha, which is one of the most impressive, and certainly the largest, in all of Thailand. Wat Po is also noted for its ancient school of massage.
 
Wat Arun

With its spectacular riverside location and soaring 82-metre spire set right in the centre of the temple, Wat Arun is another of Bangkok’s stop attractions. It’s also one of the oldest, pre-dating the founding of Bangkok when the original capital was set up in Thon Buri across the river. Wat Arun makes an excellent sunset backdrop from river boats and is located opposite Wat Po and Tha Tien pier.

Vimanmek Teak Mansion

The world’s largest teak construction, formerly a summer retreat built in the Reign of King Rama V. Its construction signaled the expansion of royal quarters into the present day Dusit neighbourhood, but the palatial 72 room palace was never formally a royal residence. In 1982 Queen Sirikit had it restored and today it serves as one of the few former residences of a Thai king that the public can tour, complete with its European comforts. As you wonder around the palace, and its lovely gardens, bear in mind it was originally constructed on Koh Si Chang Island and rebuilt on this site.
 
Chinatown

For some of the best in Chinese food, a bustling and diverse market and fine examples of architecture, Chinatown is an experience not to be missed. Although the streets are jam-packed with stalls and shops and crowded with people at the best of times, the sweat lost will be worth it for a truly new experience. Chinatown has the biggest concentration of gold shops in the city, but you will also find a host of ornaments, wholesale jewelry, textiles, antiques, musical instruments and ancient Chinese medicine shops. Try wandering down some of the quieter lanes to witness an unchanged Bangkok.

Wat Suthat and the Giant Swing

This is one of the more impressive of Bangkok’s many temples and a chance to experience a temple compound without too many tourists. Nearby is the recently renovated Giant Swing; a bizarre and unique sight used in Brahman rites festivals. It is located in the Grand Palace vicinity near the Democracy monument.

Golden Mount

This was once the highest point in the city until skyscrapers arrived in the second half of the twentieth century. Built on the remains of a collapsed giant pagoda, this elevated temple offers magnificent views of the city, and is attached to Wat Saket. It supposedly holds a Buddha relic.

Wat Traimit

Located near Chinatown and Hualumpong Train Station, Wat Traimit is a must-see as it contains a five- tonne, three-metre tall solid gold Buddha, which curiously lay hidden beneath a stucco cover for centuries, saving it from marauding Burmese. The gold was accidentally discovered 40 years ago while it was being moved and became damaged. Gets busy with Thai tourists, has a new contemporary pagoda on site to add to the camera views of this otherwise non-descript temple ground.
Wat Arun: The Temple of the Rising Sun

Wat Arun located along the Chao Phraya River. You can climb two flights of steps up the main stupa for a fantastic view of the river.

Chao Phraya Riv…

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Membre depuis mars 2012
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Welcome to Baan Hostel    Budget accommodation with great hospitality    We provide you good quality dorm beds with air-condition and hot shower.    It's a family atmosphere where everyone is welcome but also with the experience to help with any problems you may have, we want to help you to have the best experience possible in the city of Bangkok.    Baan Hostel is easily one of the hostels in Wong-Wien-Yai Bangkok. With stylish industrial dorms, café and bar, lockers, and located only 5 minutes’ walk from Wong-Wien-Yai BTS Station, Baan Hostel is a great place to stay on your trip to Bangkok and see what this lively city has to offer!    Baan Hostel is a budget-friendly hostel for people live and breathe hostelling, located in "Wongwien Yai" (Thai: วงเวียนใหญ่), is a large roundabout (traffic circle) in Thon Buri, western bank of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. It is located in the district of Thon Buri and Khlong San in the centre of Bangkok.    Wong Wien Yai, Thonburi is the old town area of Bangkok where you can experiences traditional Thai culture and historical landmarks such as the Memorial Bridge (Phra Phutta Yodfa Bridge), the Statue of King Taksin    Nearby there is Wongwian Yai Station, historical commuter railway terminal to Mahachai (local name of Samut Sakon provincial city) and Mae Khlong (Samut Songkhram) in south-western suburb of Bangkok.    Only a brief stroll takes you to Wong Wien Yai fresh market and Charoen Rat Thai leather cluster or perhaps a boat trip along Chaopraya River to visit Wat Pho (Wat Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm Rajwaramahaviharn), Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) and Royal Grand Palace.    Our friendly and courteous staffs are always ready to greet you with smile and Sa-Wad-Dee, Thai custom for a warm welcome. Free High-Speed Wi-Fi Internet Access is available for all who wants to catch the news of the day.
Welcome to Baan Hostel    Budget accommodation with great hospitality    We provide you good quality dorm beds with air-condition and hot shower.    It's a family atmosphere where…
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