Friday, September 9, 2011

Asia's City of Angels

Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is famous for its rich and diverse culture. Thais are generally friendly and fun–that’s why they are known in practicing “Sanuk”, a Thai language that means to have a good time, have fun, or enjoy and derive happiness from something. They make sure that in everything they do, it must be Sanuk.

Another important factor for every Thai is their religion. In spite of Bangkok’s furious crowd, the city has places wherein you can find inner peace and comfort.  Nearly 95% of Thailand’s population are Buddhists; it’s no wonder the country is famous for their Buddha temples.


Wat Benchamabophit

Wat Po 

Two of the famous temples found in Bangok are Wat Benchamabophit, a magnificent royal temple known to tourists as the marble temple, and Wat Po temple, known for its reclining Buddha. Both temples showcase a fascinating Thai architectural design, reflecting Thailand’s traditions and customs. These temples may serve as attractions for tourists, but for the everyday Thai, these places enable them to manifest their beliefs and love for their religion. They dedicate their time to pray solemnly that usually comes with an offering such as burning of incense or food, believing that in return, Budhha will answer their prayers.

Truly, Thailand is undeniably one of the richest when it comes to culture and religion. Experience this one-of-a-kind wonder by visiting its bustling yet very diverse city, Bangkok.


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