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High Competition Means Low Prices and Fun in a Riverside Hotels in Bangkok

Because there is such stiff competition, the price of rooms in a riverside hotels in Bangkok is more affordable than ever. 

Hotels like the Praya Palazzo, which offers five star luxuries and is close to the centre of the city, should cost a small fortune but in reality, their prices are closer to those of a three star hotel. The desire to open a hotel close to the Chao Phraya River is obvious because this is where the majority of tourists spend their vacation as a high percentage of tourist attractions and amenities are located here. The river essentially defines Bangkok and even locals are still amazed by its seeming omnipotence. 
Temple of the Emerald BuddhaThe two biggest problems you will have after checking into a riverside hotels in Bangkok is choosing the sights you wish to see and ensuring that there is enough film in the camera. The area surrounding the Chao Phraya River is a photographer’s delight but it is also a place for lovers of architecture and history. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha was built in the 18th century by King Rama I and is considered to be the most important Buddhist temple in the whole of Thailand. The temple famously contains the Emerald Buddha which is a statue depicting Buddha in a position of meditation. If you’re hoping to touch the statue you’re out of luck. It is placed on a series of high platforms and only the King of Thailand is allowed touch it.
Tourist BoatsWhen it comes to touring the Chao Phraya River, you have a huge range of options. There is a rush hour local line that stops at all 34 piers along the 21km route with a variety of other local lines that stop at selected piers. If you are keen to view the city from the river, there are a host of ‘Tourist Boats’ which offer unlimited trips to nine selected piers throughout the day. This is an excellent option for those who have rose early from their room in a riverside hotels in Bangkok and are looking to do some early morning sightseeing. It should be noted that these Tourist Boats tend to stop operating after 3pm so you will need to use one of the regular ferries to continue sightseeing into the evening.
SongkranBangkok is known for having celebrations throughout the year so the festival you can celebrate depends on the time of year you arrive in your riverside hotel in Bangkok. The Songkran Festival is the most popular event in the Thai calendar. It celebrates the Thai New Year and begins on 13 April. The festival normally lasts up to three days in Bangkok though cities such as Chiang Mai are known for celebrating for up to 10 days on rare occasions. Songkran involves soaking passers-by with water as a means of cleansing. Although it is a fun time of year, locals consider it to be solemn event with elders involved in a ceremony which sees youths pour water onto the hands of the elders in a show of respect.

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