In Thailand’s capital two worlds coexist: a bustling, contemporary metropolis and a more traditional Bangkok, which can be experienced in its incense-scented temples and many floating markets. On the city’s canals, life unfolds in the markets as it has for centuries, as merchants sell produce and fish, and juices and noodles from their boats. Order some dumplings from a passing boat, and then float through the scene. Note that Bangkok has two cruise terminals. The one for larger ships, Laem Chabang, is about two hours from the capital. Another for smaller ships, including Azamara Club Cruises®’, Khlong Toei, is in the city itself.
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