Admiral Premier Bangkok Hotel is a chic and comfortable serviced apartment located in the heart of the vibrant Asian metropolis of Bangkok. Our 112 studios and one bedroom suites are designed in a modern European style featuring quality furnishings with discreet Asian accents. Rich Jim Thompson silk are used throughout to compliment the fine fittings and other decorative elements.
138 Soi 23 Sukhumvit Road 10110 Bangkok.
Suvarnabhumi International Airport
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Amazing sites in Thailand
The Shrine of King Taksin the Great
Visitor to Chanthaburi shouldn't skip the chance to go to the Shrine of Ruler Taksin, one of the fantastic kings of Thailand and ruler of the Thonburi Kingdom in the 18th Hundred years, who's revered for liberating Siam from the Burmese invaders following the second fall season of Ayutthaya.
The shrine is found in front side of Camp Taksin on the Tha Luang Street in Chanthaburi, significantly less than 50 minutes by car from Chatrium Golfing Holiday resort Soi Dao Chanthaburi.
The building property the shrine is within a nonagon condition with a hat-like rooftop and was built so the folks of Chanthaburi and the encompassing provinces could pay homage to the great man and want good luck.
Initially the shrine was a straightforward real wood affair next to the town Pillar Shrine until 1920 when M.C. Saritdet Chayangkul, the intendant of Chanthaburi Province, possessed a fresh shrine built-in its current location.
The rectangular shrine was manufactured from cement with four gable ends and three plane tickets of steps, one on leading and two on the edges, and was created by the Team of Fine Arts. In the shrine a statue of Ruler Taksin's personal deity was housed but there is no statue of the ruler himself as you can find today.
In 1991 municipality officials, people and the residents of Chanthaburi Province increased money to create a new shrine next to the old one.
The existing shrine is manufactured out of marble with a elevation of practically 17 meters with the very best being adorned with a gilded structure and having a nine-tiered platinum umbrella. In the shrine itself stands a statue of Ruler Taksin cast in blackened brass with the ruler in the present of governing the united states and the surfaces are elegantly decorated in a grain grain-shaped design.
Each year on Dec 28th, the time of Ruler Taksin's ascension to the throne, activities are presented at the shrine to make merit, give food offerings to local monks and make donations. The activities are placed to commemorate Ruler Taksin's sophistication and power in restoring freedom to the Kingdom of Thailand.
Entry to the shrine is cost-free to allow people to pay homage to the great ruler and experience a remarkable and important part of Thai record.
Chalong Big Buddha
Built on a patch of virgin rainforest high above Phuket City and visible from most vantage points, the serene – and very, very, big – Chalong Big Buddha will wow you even from a distance. Close up, it's quite overwhelming. The giant statue was built by donations – visitors who donated were allowed to choose how their money would be spent. Also donated was the white marble that covers the sculpture, giving it a tranquil white glow. There is another Buddha statue on the site, a smaller brass one – it stands a mere 12 meters (36 feet). The Big Buddha is 45 m (147 ft) and its lap is 25 m (82 ft) wide at the base. The smaller Buddha is dedicated to the Queen of Thailand, the larger to the King. Climb to the Buddha's feet to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and magnificent views.
Phi Phi Islands
Koh Phi Phi is a group of islands, but most of them are just limestone spires. The only ones of any size are Koh Phi Phi Don and Koh Phi Phi Ley. When you come to visit these heavenly islands, you'll be coming into the port on Koh Phi Phi Don.
After the infrastructure here was largely swept away by the 2004 tsunami, it was hoped that rebuilding could take place with more care for the environment and a swing upmarket. But the rush to get the tourist business back on track meant that the island – with all its rash of tourist businesses – remains much the same. Koh Phi Phi Ley has its share of over-touristing too – Maya Beach is where the film The Beach was shot, and it's regularly crowded and littered. Koh Phi Phi Ley is also famous for its bird's nests, which are used in soups.
Despite the islands' commercialization, they remain stunning little patches of paradise – all silken warm waters, limestone pillars and luminous underwater scenery.
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