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The Five Tallest Buildings In Thailand

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These are the five tallest buildings in Thailand:

5. The Residences at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is 272 metres tall (893 ft) with 52 floors and has offices, condos and the IconSiam shopping mall

4. Baiyoke Tower II is 304 metres tall (997 ft) with 85 floors and was then Thailand’s highest building when it opened in 1997

3. Four Season Private Residences Bangkok is 309 metres tall (1,012 ft) with 73 floors including luxury penthouse apartments

2. King Power MahaNakhon is 314 metres tall (1,031 ft) with 78 floors and an awesome glass skywalk

1. Magnolias Waterfront Residences Iconsiam is 318 metres tall (1,043 ft) and has 70 floors overlooking the Chao Phraya River. This building is the tallest in Thailand and stands next to the fifth tallest, The Residences at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok



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Farang Stereotypes In Thailand

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Farangs, or foreigners, or aliens, have been stereotyped for many years and in many cases, they are quite close to the truth!

Everyone has their own idea of the classic stereotype expat/tourist and this video is a look at how they have evolved over the years.

Also, there are farangs as stereotyped by Thais and tragic or unfortunate stereotypes as parodied by many. It’s all done in the best possible taste. If you’re easily offended or woke, then put that on hold for 12 minutes!

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Six Awesome Plane Cafes Near Bangkok

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Here are six of the best plane cafes in Bangkok or within an easy driving distance. These are not all of the plane cafes in Bangkok, or Thailand for that matter, as more keep appearing every month or two. But here’s a good variety.

They include a former U.S. Air Force plane has been made into a cafe at a gas station in Chachaongsao, on the way to Pattaya. A McDonnell Douglas MD-80 scrapped in 2019 is now a colourful eatery in Bangkok.

A retired Boeing 747 jumbo jet serves snacks and drinks in Bangkok. While a decommissioned Airbus A330 attracts visitors to Sattahip in Chonburi province .

Thai Airways used spare plane parts to open this restaurant serving hot meals at their HQ in Bangkok. And a cafe at the Chatuchak Weekend Market uses an old military plane.

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