Oakwood Residence Garden Towers Bangna Bangkok
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... are large malls in the U.S., but Bangkok takes the cake. In fact, Bangkok thus far has taken the cake in every cake there is regarding city things- the population size, the amount of cars, motorcycles, scooters, street vendors, healthy food, etc. The mall had multiple floors. We ate at on the top floor, at a relatively nice restaurant. I ordered yellow curry with rice and chicken, and a banana shake. Four dollars. Gotta love it. We talked about some of the socioeconomic dynamics ...
... largest book. During the reign of King Mindon, Mandalay was the site of the 5th Buddhist Conference, so he decided to have 729 Kyauksa gu or stone-inscribed caves built, each contains a page of text inscribed on both side of a marble slab. These contain the entire text of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism, called the Tipitaka. There are only 12 monks (all of whom are from Myanmar) able to recite the entire canon by heart and it take approximately 6 months reciting ...
Title: Three Wats, Two Tuk-Tuks, and One Scorpion...Oh My!
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Dates: October 29, 2014 - October 31, 2014
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... was built by King Rama I to replace the wooden Amarintharapisek Maha Prasat which was burned down in 1790. The principle function of this construction has been and still is a hall for the lying-in-state of kings, queens and honored members of the royal family. It is also used for the annual Coronation Day Ceremony.
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