Thailand – Pamela, discovering Thailand

Bangkok, 20 September 2016. My trip to Thailand could only start from Bangkok, the capital of exotic Siam and chaotic and cosmopolitan city par excellence. The great Chao Phraya River, the backbone of a network of canals, divides it in two. Precisely for this reason Bangkok has taken on the title of "Venice of the East". Click here now to discover our accessible travel for the disabled in Thailand! FIRST PERSONAL IMPACT: messed up and intriguing at the same time HOT ?: I thought wetter given the less than optimal period MAIN ATTRACTION: Grand Royal Palace. It is the 50th most visited attraction in the world! It was inaugurated in 1785 and sanctioned the foundation of the capital with the consequent rebirth of the Thai nation after the Burmese invasion. To visit it you need to wear appropriate clothes: long trousers for men and skirts below the knee for women. Banned tank tops and sleeveless shirts. Strong point: the Emerald Buddha, the holiest Buddhist temple in the country. Wheelchair accessibility: slide and ramps but also a few steps to overcome. Thailand for the disabled UNMISSABLE: Wat Pho. The colossal Reclining Buddha attracts many visitors who stop to observe it. My advice is to go further, to walk the entire bustling and messy complex consisting of basketball courts, classrooms and a pond with turtles. Bangkok does not only offer temples to tourists who come from all over the world: colorful markets, nightlife, river cruises, Thai boxing matches and museums are just some of the things you can do once you arrive in the Thai capital. What are you waiting for?

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