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Wat Arun 2.9km away World renown Temple of Dawn

Built in 18th century, the temple of dawn is best enjoyed as the sun dawns on Bangkok. Highlights of the temple is it's high-rise height of 80m, exquisite pagodas including various ancient arts and sculptures throughout the landmark. It's ranked #4 in trip advisor in 2012, entrance fee of 50 THB-. The grand temple opens from 08:30 - 17:30Hrs.

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Floating Market 100km away Damnoen Saduak, the original floating market. 1000s of outlets to explore

The canal was built in 1866, commission by King Rama IV, the canal was initially use as a medium of transport. Today the Damnoen Saduak became one of the first successful floating market to attract tourist around the world while keep every aspects of it's exotic beginnings. The market is openned daily and attracts both local customer and tourist who like to explore and experience the thai culture. Open every day 07:30 - 12:30 Hrs.

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Weekend Market 10km away Chatuchak weekend market features exotic and locally produced souvenirs.

Began in 1958 as Phahonyothin, in 1987 the weekend market was renamed to the new Chatuchak national park. The market is rather #8 in places to shop in Bangkok, here you can find nearly anything from bracelets, birds to bees. Located next to Mo Chit sky station, can be reached by both sky train (BTS) and subway (MRT) chatuchak station.

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Kick Boxing Area 3km away Lumpini Boxing Stadium offers an experience to enjoy Muay Thai (kick boxing) getting the rush of cheering for real live competition.

Muay Thai, an art form dated back to medieval times, made famous by King Nareusan. Muay Thai has captured the whole world's attantion with it's raw beauty and brute strength. Fight can be seen in Lumpini Boxing statium which was rated #32 in trip advisor. The Lumpini Boxing statium is just 1 MRT subway station away from Royal Ivory Nana hotel.

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China Town 7km away Locally known as yaowarat, offers unchanging charm and unbelievable shopping experience

Yaowarat is a district originated in late 17th century as a pier used by Chinese immigrants. Today you can still experience the old town charm yaowarat offers, being the hub of business yaowarat is where most factory goods arrives before distributed throughout Bangkok. If you are a fan of the bargaining culture this is the place to practice your skills. With enough hussle you can get up to 50% discount from original price. Yaowarat, China town, is ranked #38 by trip advisor as the place to visit in Bangkok. It is just 7 kilometers west away from Royal ivory, around 15 minutes by motorcycle taxi and 20 by regular taxi depending on traffic.

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