"Bangkokians" are a warm and friendly people. They are generous with their welcoming smile. They are deeply proud of their "Thai-ness", and normally too polite to show offence, anger or annoyance. Buddhism is the predominant religion in Bangkok, with monks, temples, spirit houses, Buddha images and statues everywhere you look. It is expected that appropriate clothing be worn in temples and shoes removed before entering. There is also a sizable Muslim minority scattered around the city who are 100% Thai in every respect.
Every place has a different set of attractions for the tourists. These attractions are the reason of the well developed tourism industry in all these places. Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and it is one of the most visited cities in the south East Asian Region. This region is extremely beautiful with many visitors every year, being one of the best tourist destinations on the Asia continent and in the world. It has both the natural beauty and the tourist attractions. Famous landmarks of this city attract visitors from around the world. There are also shopping opportunities galore here. You will find many road side stall in Bangkok and a variety of places to go shopping. With reasonable rates and a huge variety of things on offer.
There are many beaches near Bangkok which are known as the best in the world. Pattaya Beach is one such a beach and a very famous tourist attraction of Bangkok.There are many temples in the city including The Grand Palace and Wat Pho which are very popular. Lumphini Park, China Town and many other temples are also popular attractions of the city. Bangkok is a beautiful place to visit and you can choose from a large variety of attractions and activities to occupy your time.The Thai language is spoken most commonly in Bangkok
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Jammu is called the winter capital and is best known for its temples. Most people will only stop here to change from train to bus en route to Kashmir. Kashmir Valley — some say it is Heaven on Earth, friendly people, beautiful gardens, vast lakes and pristine streams and is famous for its beautiful mountainous landscape. Places to visit are Shri Nagar (Dal Lake, Jama Masjid, Mugal Garden, Hazratbal Shrine, Shankracharya Temple), Wuler Lake, Amarnath, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonmarg, Jammu (Vaishno Devi, Pantitop), Ladakh (Leh, Hemis, Zanskar and Nubra.