Buddha and Thailand – the two are synonymous in this city. Take an early morning cruise down the Chao Phraya River and watch the sunrise over the Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)- a truly awe inspiring sight! Trace the history of Buddha as you visit the Wat Pho, Bangkok's oldest temple and see a 46 metre long gold-plated statue of the reclining Buddha. Public transportation is a breeze with the skyrail, the Bangkok metro or Tuk-Tuks (auto rickshaws). Cruising along the Chao Phraya River is the best way to experience Bangkok, once dubbed as the ‘Venice of the East’. oval ground Sanam Luang, the wholesale flower market of Pak Khlong Talat and the Democracy monument (that marks the change from absolute to a constitutional monarchy) . The friendly and generous Thai people have made Bangkok one of the safest cities for tourists. While it is a popular tourist destination, the city is also the commercial, political and cultural centre of the country. It’s your turn now to fly to Bangkok, Thailand’s ‘Land of Smiles’!