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  1. Bangkok Travel Guide 8th Edition.

    $20.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : LONE16606

    Bangkok Travel Guide 8th Edition.
    Lonely Planet Publications. 296 pages. Excursions chapter is great for travelers who want to venture from the busy Thai capital and explore quieter places in the region. Contains content written by Environmental expert David Lukas and foodie Austin Bush. Increased coverage of sustainable travel options throughout the guide. Interviews with an eclectic range of locals to capture the diversity of the city.
  2. Bangkok Travel Guide 4th Edition.

    $20.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : ROUG16607

    Bangkok Travel Guide 4th Edition.
    Rough Guide Publications. 272 pages. The Rough Guide to Bangkok is the essential guide to this dynamic city. Features include: ? Full-colour section introducing the city's highlights. ? Vivid accounts of every attraction, from the royal temples and palaces of Ratanakosin to the vast weekend market at Chatuchak. ? Up-to-the-minute reviews of where to stay, eat, drink and shop, plus full details of the city's transport systems. ? Excursions to the grandiose ruins of Ayutthaya and the rafthouses and war sights along the River Kwai. ? Easy-to-read maps and plans for every district.
  3. Bangkok Handbook.

    $15.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : MOON16608

    Bangkok Handbook.
    Moon Publications. 3rd edition. Thailand's sprawling, dynamic capital offers more variety, sights, and wonders than any other destination in Asia. Moon Handbooks: Bangkok will help you navigate the city's bustling, labyrinthine streets and discover the treasures invisible to the uninitiated. Winner of a Lowell Thomas Best Travel Guidebook Award, this guide provides: - - $_$_START_LIST ? Informative, thematic walking tours of the city, including a wing-by-wing guide to the National Museum, Southeast Asia's largest $_$_END_LIST $_$_START_LIST ? Details on the most worthwhile nightclubs, cultural performances, river and canal tours, floating markets, shrines, and temples $_$_END_LIST $_$_START_LIST ? Extensive accommodations coverage: from plush million-dollar waterfront high-rises and Graham Greene's favorite local stay to a Felliniesque guest house in Banglampoo $_$_END_LIST $_$_START_LIST ? Discerning reviews of local restaurants: where to find the best traditional Thai cuisine, enjoy continental meals al fresco on the riverside, or dine with a panoramic view, 22 stories above the city $_$_END_LIST