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Les meilleures recommandations de sites touristiques selon les habitants

Historic Site
“the monastery of Bangkok Yai I'm proud to recommend you to visit because over here has more things a long history to study please don't miss”
  • Recommandé par 79 habitants
Buddhist Temple
“Wat Phra Singh is one of the finest examples of classic Lanna style temple architecture in Northern Thailand built in the 14th century located in the old walled city, 400m from Thapae Loft.”
  • Recommandé par 63 habitants
Historic Site
“Tha Phae Gate or the former name of Chiang Rai Kor Gate It is the eastern gate and is one of the 5 inner city gates of Wiang Chiang Mai. Currently, it is the only city gate with gates. But Thapae Gate is a new construction. Not ancient in any way Tha Phae Gate has been reduced in size and height because of the different environment in the past.”
  • Recommandé par 75 habitants
“Considered one of the most revered in Bangkok, the juxtaposition of the shrine with the hustle and bustle of daily city life is well quite, impressive...”
  • Recommandé par 36 habitants
Monument / Point de repère
“The Three Kings Monument consists of the bronze statues of King Mengrai, the founder of Chiang Mai and his two friends, King Ramkamhaeng of Sukhothai and King Ngam Muang of Payao, who are believed to have worked together to build the city. This has become an iconic part of the city and is reproduced in different forms and installed in different parts of Chiang Mai. There is a square in front of the monument which is the venue for many festivals. The square is surrounded by restaurants serving western food; close-by is also the office of Thai Airways. The Three Kings Monument is located inside the city walls at the center of the old city. The monument stands in front of the Old Provincial Hall building which is today the City Art and Culture Center. The locals regard the monument as a shrine for the three kings. They offer flowers, incense and candles to the statue to invoke the blessings of these great Kings who conceived of the idea of the city of Chiang Mai.”
  • Recommandé par 34 habitants
Buddhist Temple
“Temple built on what were once a 14th-century monarch's gardens. Today, site of a Buddhist university and a popular spot for photographers, especially during sunset. Some of the temple's chedis (spires) contain ashes of Chiang Mai's royal family. Also, one can see half of a holy Buddhist relic brought from Sukothai in 1371, which unfortunately split into two upon arrival in Chiang Mai. The other half is buried at Doi Suthep. A 500-year-old bronze Buddha image, one of the largest in northern Thailand, is also housed here, in the small hall at the back of the compound.”
  • Recommandé par 23 habitants
Buddhist Temple
“Wat Chiang Man is the most beautiful and oldest temple in Chiang Mai, Thailand, having been constructed in 1296 with the foundation of the city itself. It is located in north east corner of the old walled city, about 200 meters from Chang Puak gate in the north wall. When King Mengrai decided to build a new city and make it the new capital of the Lanna Kingdom, he build the Wat Chiang Man as the first temple of the new city. There are two viharans (halls) in the temple. The larger of the two is an impressive building with a three tiered roof. It houses the oldest Buddha image in Chiang Mai, with Buddha standing and holding an alms bowl dated 1465. The smaller viharn, also built in Lanna sty”
  • Recommandé par 31 habitants
Buddhist Temple
“A temple is situated on the mountain and famous for the blessing from Goddess. ”
  • Recommandé par 26 habitants
Buddhist Temple
“This is the temple of King Rama 3. Behind the temple you go access to pier river chao phraya. Buy a bread you can feed the fish in the river. Nice experience for river Chao Phraya.”
  • Recommandé par 13 habitants
Buddhist Temple
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
“Santi Chaiprakarn is not only the green space of Banglamphu neighborhood but it eventually hosts a series of cultural activities and performances for locals and visitors in the cooler months of the year (Nov-Dec). Sitting at the center is the historic Phra Sumane Fort, one of few old forts left in Bangkok, surrounded by a pleasant atmosphere of tropical trees. It is also an ideal spot to unwind with the views of Chao Phraya River, Pinklao and Rama VIII bridges.”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
“Some 130 kilometers South of Bangkok in the town of Petchaburi the Phra Nakhon Khiri historical park has a dominant presence in the area. On top of an almost 100 meter high hill, Phra Nakhon Khiri overlooks the area and can be seen from far away approaching the city. King Mongkut (Rama IV) loved this area so much, he decided to build a summer Palace here to be used as a Royal retreat when visiting the area. The Palace named Phra Nakhon Khiri, which is also known as Khao Wang meaning mountain with the Palace, was completed in 1860. In 1979 the Palace was declared a historical park, where the Fine Arts Department has an exhibition of personal items of King Rama IV and King Rama V on display,”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“HIN TA AND HIN YAI This is one of the most popular places in Koh Samui. Located in Lamai, these natural geological formations, known as "Hin Ta" and "Hin Yai", resemble, respectively, male and female genitals. These rocks are a source of fun, joy and wonder on the island since they were discovered by locals many years ago, and gave birth to a legend explaining how rocks were created. ”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Historic Site
“Well renowned as the old capital city with the longest history of Thailand, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya lasted for 417 years through the reign of 33 kings. Through these golden ages, the ancestors had left behind a wide array of priceless heritage, ranging from architecture, historical sites, archeological finds, art objects to cultural identity”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants