Brahma Shrine Erawan Shrine, or in front of the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel Ratchaprasong intersection is another busy tourist attraction in Bangkok. Many of you have already heard about this place because it is usually mentioned in guidebooks and travel packages...
Chatuchak Park, Bangkok
Wat Phrasrimaha Uma Devi on the corner of Pan and Silom Roads, is the beautiful Shakti Sect Hindu temple built in 1879 by the Indians immigrated from Tamil Nadu, Southern India, to be a shrine of Goddess Uma Devi whose power of protecting people from sickness and death attract both Hindu,Buddhist...
The Santa Cruz Church is the largest sand island in the world with 122 km long and the only place where the sand forest and rain to live in harmony. Its length is about 120 km and its width is about 24 km. It is also the largest island in Queensland, Bangkok's largest island and the sixth largest island in the east coast of Bangkok.