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Hua Hin Railway Station

Hua Hin Railway Station

4.4/5564 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
Hua Hin Railway Station was built in 1911 during the reign of Rama VI. It is one of Thailand’s oldest train stations. One of Thailand's iconic railway stations, with distinctive tropical flair, construction of the station led to the development of Hua Hin. It allowed visitors to travel from Bangkok by train instead of by boat, and even brought visitors from as far south as Singapore. Because of its historical status and significance, it has since become an important, nostalgic point of interest. Stepping into this red and white train station, with its peaked roofs, visitors can be transported to the past. Its architectural style is distinctive and, despite its age, remains fresh. The whole structure is made of teak wood. The red lacquered roof beams and ceiling, combined with the yellow walls, exudes a strong Thai style. This has become a place where many young people come to take pictures and enjoy the nearby café and bookstore.
Hua Hin Night Market

Hua Hin Night Market

4.3/5282 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
18:00-23:00 (Local time)
Hua Hin Night Market is located in the north of Hua Hin Town. There are a variety of gourmet snacks, souvenirs, clothing and so on, and the price is very cheap. A variety of local specialties will make you feel good, and the seafood is cheap and delicious. The dazzling little objects are overwhelming. There are also some nostalgic creative markets that Wenqing loves. It is a good place for nighttime entertainment. In addition, in Hua Hin night market, you can also buy a variety of local postcards in Thailand, which is very memorable.
PlearnWan

PlearnWan

4.2/5105 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Erawan Shrine

Erawan Shrine

4.5/54,354 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
The Four-Faced Buddha in Bangkok, Thailand, is known for its efficacy. For this reason, the Buddha is widely admired and highly sought after by the stars and celebrities of Hong Kong and Taiwan. Because it is located near large shopping malls like the Central World, it has also become a famous tourist attraction in Bangkok. In Thailand and Southeast Asia, the Four-Faced Buddha is considered a benevolent god. The Four-faced Buddha in Bangkok is in the Erawan Shrine amd the statue of the god is about 4 meters high. There are four faces altogether, which represent the four virtues of compassion, empathy, joy and charity. Those who pray for spiritual ascension must work hard to cultivate these four virtues.
The Venezia

The Venezia

3.6/538 Reviews
Square
Khao San Road

Khao San Road

4.2/52,332 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
When talking about Bangkok, you have to talk about Khao San Road. Khao San Road is the spirit of the city’s nightlife and a base camp for backpackers. In fact, Khao San Road is just 300 meters long, and walking the length of the road only takes about 15 minutes. However, its crowdedness at night is astounding. There are various classes of hotels and flophouses, shops, travel agencies, currency exchanges, restaurants of all flavors, bars, cafes, massage parlors, and local specialty stores along the road. If you want to know the life in Bangkok, you can come here.
Wat Khao Krailas

Wat Khao Krailas

4.4/524 Reviews
Temple
Observation Deck
Walking Street

Walking Street

4.4/5711 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Walking Street is a very famous area in Pattaya. Pattaya is alive and bustling at night, and it is a paradise for Westerners. Both sides of the street are lined with various snack stalls, shops, and bars, and throngs of people are coming and going. Walking Street is a must-see site for tourists. Here, you can delicious seafood dinners, there are always music performances in bars, Muay Thai exhibitions, and numerous dancers standing in the doorway dancing enticingly. The atmosphere is absolutely electric.
Train Night Market Ratchada

Train Night Market Ratchada

4.3/5275 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Sun - Sat 5:00 PM - 1:00 AM (Local time)
Ratchada Rot Fai Night Market got its name because the market was built on a strip of land that the market managers rented from the Thai Railroad authority and named it Train Market. Later, because transportation and land acquisition became inconvenient, the market was moved to Ratchadaphisek Street in Bangkok and is located behind Esplanade Cineplex. Because of the name of the street it is on, the market is also sometimes known as “Ratchada Train Night Market”. Its endless array of food stalls is open every day of the week, but is most popular Thursdays through Sundays. Overhead views of the vibrant night market stalls are an impressive sight, making photographers flock to capture the colorful tops of the stalls and abundant variety of goods the local vendors sell.
Chinatown

Chinatown

4.3/5985 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Chinatown is one of the bustling commercial districts in the western part of downtown Bangkok. It is also one of Bangkok’s oldest neighborhoods. Chinatown dates back nearly 200 years. The houses here are mostly older, but business is flourishing. Almost all of the managers are Chinese or overseas Chinese. Chinatown is connected to 3 main streets (Sampeng Lane, Yaowarat Road, and Charoen Krung Road) as well as many other streets. Chinatown has retained the traditional culture typical of China and the customs and characteristics of the Chinese community. Business is booming. You can feel the rich Chinese atmosphere in Chinatown. Every year, there are lively lion dances and dragon dances during Lunar New Year.
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