Riverside Spectacular Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand Travel Guide Riverside Spectacular Bangkok

A presentation of the River of Kings II: City of Angels will be held at the Rajaworadit Pier near the Grand Palace from Jan 24 to Feb 1. Organised by the Royal Household Bureau and staged by the Kantana Group, the modern musical play combines lasers, pyrotechnics, mechanical screens and films on a 35-metre water screen with dancing fountains in the Chao Phraya River. Audiences can enjoy the show from floating structures or from a large tourist boat. There will be three shows nightly, at 6:45, 8:30 and 10:15. Tickets cost 800 baht. For reservations, call the Royal Household Bureau, 222-6889, Thai Prasit Nationwide, 632-5000, or the Riverside Hotel.

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Riverside Spectacular Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

Army Action Phetchaburi Thailand Travel Guide

Enjoy blooming sunflowers as well as adventuresome activities this weekend at the Kaeng Krachan Special Task Force Unit of the Royal Thai Army in Phetchaburi. Until Jan 21 there will be mountain biking, 10-metre tower jumping, wall climbing, trekking and camping. Call (32) 427038.
Army Action Phetchaburi Thailand Travel Guide

Floating Market Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

The Bangkok Floating Market at Wat Suwannaram on Bangkok Noi Canal is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 7 am to 2 pm. There are a vast array of things to buy, including fruits, flowers, vegetables and noodles, to name a few.
Floating Market Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

Rama II Fair Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

In the memory of Thailand's poet King Rama II, the King Rama II Memorial Park Fair will therefore be held from Feb 1-7 at the Memorial Park in Samut Songkhram province. The event features unique local culinary items and handicrafts, contests and traditional music performances. Call the TAT in Bangkok at 694-1222.
Rama II Fair Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

Religious events Thailand Travel Guide

The Makha Buccha ceremony will be held nationwide on Feb 8 to mark the important Buddhist holy day when 1,250 of Lord Buddha's adherents spontaneously congregated to hear him give a sermon. Merit-making ceremonies are held at temples across the country, with triple candlelit circumambulations at night.
Religious events Thailand Travel Guide