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Five reasons why your next flight should be to Bangkok!

There’s more to Thailand than just beaches and parties: there’s Bangkok! With its rich assortment of  tradition and modernity, Thailand’s capital attracts thousands of people from all over the globe every year. It is the whole package of excitement, adventure, and beauty.
Bangkok, the home of traditional Thai culture, is a place where extremes coexist: skyscrapers and historical buildings; luxury dining and tasty street food; five-star hotels and backpacker guestrooms; pure hedonism and Buddhist meditation. To travel across Bangkok is to see several worlds at once. Does this sound like your dream destination? If so, AirAsia has come up with a new route to Bangkok from Tiruchirappalli!
Here are some exciting things to do in Bangkok:
Art in Paradise:

Art in Paradise is a two-storeyed gallery with a fun and innovative take on art. Also referred to as the Trick Eye Museum or the 3D Museum by the locals, the gallery has a collection of three-dimensional illusions that are both interactive as well as humorous. This makes it a favorite among couples, friends, and families.
The gallery is packed with some exciting paintings which visitors can be a part of, such as the Stairway to Hell and the Flying Carpet.
Do carry your cameras to capture all the fun moments at this tourist attraction!
Chatuchak Market:

The Chatuchak Market is the ultimate destination for shopaholics. This place is every souvenir collector’s dream come true! With over 15,000 stalls, you are sure to find something of everything here.
From handmade items to pretty clothes and cool handbags, Chatuchak Market is a diverse and affordable place to shop at.
Make sure to carry water bottles while you go so that you don’t get dehydrated!
Siam Park City:

Siam Park City  

This part-water-park-part-amusement-park is one of the main attractions in Bangkok and has a number of amazing rides for people of all ages. The Park is divided into five different zones. The highlights are The Vortex, The Giant Drop, and The Grand Canyon Express.
The water park is one of the busiest and enjoyable zones in the park with several pools and slides. “The Wave” is the world’s largest pool with artificial waves and it is a must if you go the Siam Park.
Although the Park isn’t as huge as Disneyland, it would definitely make a great budget day trip if you go with your friends and family.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market:

The Damnoen Saduak in Ratchaburi, near Bangkok, is a world-famous floating market and gives its visitors a picture of exotic Thailand. It is a very vibrant market with small boats carrying colourful fruits and vegetables, paddled by Thai women wearing bamboo hats.
In the past, these floating markets served as central hubs for communities due to the lack of roads. With modernisation, the floating market has turned into a major tourist attraction.
This is a great chance for you to witness the culture of Thailand by interacting with the locals. Take the help of a tour guide to take you around in the boat.
So Tiruchippalli, do make the most of this offer by AirAsia and experience the real Thai culture!

The Grand Palace:
A trip to Bangkok is incomplete without seeing the spectacular Grand Palace, which is doubtlessly the city’s top landmark. Built in 1782, it was the residence of the Thai Kings and presently, serves as an important tourist spot. With its beautiful and intricate architecture, it is sure to take a place in every visitor’s heart and memory.
The Palace welcomes visitors all day, and hardly ever closes. Within its complex, there are several other stunning buildings such as the Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha).
Make sure to follow the dress code of Grand Palace as it is considered to be one of the most sacred sites in Thailand.
Sound exciting, doesn’t it? So all you people in Trichy make sure to avail this offer given by AirAsia and get a chance to experience rich Thai culture!

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