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Bangkok

One of the world's booming centers is culturally, socially and tourism. Combining various nationalities and civilizations, Bangkok's huge, rich, sleepless nightlife is famous for its bustling nightlife and unique cuisine.
Bangkok is the capital of the Kingdom of Thailand and the largest city in terms of population and area, the population of the city of more than 8 million people, and in its urban area 14 million people, or about 22% of the population of Thailand, making it the heart of Thailand tourism and economic.
The history and roots of the city of Bangkok dates back to the 15th century, where it was a commercial crossing for the French until they were expelled from the Kingdom of Ayuthaya and the king decided to be the capital of his new kingdom due to its important and strategic location. Bangkok has witnessed a relatively new boom and after internal political conflicts in the early 20th century, but today it is one of the world's most important tourist destinations, an economic center and an investment terminal for many mega projects.
Bangkok is located on the Chao Phraya River, from south to north. The city center is located on the eastern side of the river where the economic center, commercial complexes and nightclubs are located.
Bangkok, like the rest of Thailand, has a tropical climate in which the heat and winter combine perfectly. Temperatures range from 20.8 to 34.9 throughout the year, making it a comfortable tourist destination in winter as well as in summer.
Bangkok has the world's busiest airports, the new Bangkok International Airport. The transportation within the city is very diverse and efficient, mainly relying on the streets, which is the transport through taxi and bus, but it also contains a metro which covers all areas of Bangkok and is easy to use, and the possibility of navigation through organized lines on the Chao Phraya River, which is often used by visitors to the city more than Population.

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