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This small trading post evolved to a city that holds the best of everything Thailand has to offer. Come to Bangkok to see the Buddhist temples like the Wat Pho, which holds the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand. Or, the Grand Palace, which has housed Thai kings since the 18th century. Bangkok has something to offer for every interest. See modern Thai artists at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center, or a Muay Thai show at the Rajadamnern stadium. Roam the streets by foot or by “Tuk Tuk” (rickshaw). The 8 million population of Bangkok is bound to enchant you with delicious street food and unforgettable experiences.

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It was ok
It was ok
Drivers were so polite but the bus was dirty
Toilet is so dirty that smells about 20 minutes if someone uses, blankets seems dirty too. Please get more money and clean these buses well. Drivers were awesome, professionals and polite people. They took care us
Sympa mais secouant
Le bus + ferry est un bon moyen pour se rendre a Koh Samui ou tout autres iles depuis Bangkok. 12h de trajet (environ 11h de bus + 1h30 de ferry). En prenant le départ a 20h, on arrive en terre promise a 9h du matin a peu près, cela permet d'économiser une nuit en auberge/hotel.. Tout en se deplacant ! Bon deal, a condition de ne pas avoir de douleurs de dos car les routes secouent beaucoup. Mais sympa :)
Very friendly people
I started on time, wed ended on time. Good sleep too.