I’m such a lover.. you heard me right! I’m just saying I am SO NOT a fighter.. but that’s not to say that I can’t or haven’t pulled out the ammo when I thought I needed to and if you asked my love.. he’d tell you that I am damn good at it and.. well so is he.
Let’s just say a fight is pretty difficult to have by yourself, although it might make for great TV. When two people decide to enter the battle field – they do not enter it as a loving duo. No, they leave the sweetness behind and don the gloves of ego and pride! They begin to listen with the ears of defense and answer with the lips of offense.. each standing on their own ground trying to impose ‘their way’ of thinking or being on the other.
We’ve all been there at some point in our lives, protecting our pride at all costs – Our ego stands firm at our post and holds the line! The victory.. tear streaked cheeks and the feeling that you can’t make the other person happy or understand you – trust me Pride & Ego NEVER wave the white flag and neither will stop until they’ve stripped one another of every dignity. So what to do?
As the largest city in Thailand and the capital to boot 7.62×39 surplus ammo , there are plenty of Bangkok attractions for tourists. The problem is there are so many different attractions that it can be difficult to choose. If you are looking for some sights that are a bit different here are a few of the more unusual attractions available in Bangkok Thailand.
How does a three-headed elephant atop a pink building strike you? Tourists from all over enjoy visiting the Erawan Museum in Bangkok. This three headed statue is a representation of Airavata which in Thai means Erawan, hence the name of the museum. The statue is completely covered in bronze and the interior is just as beautifully constructed as the exterior. Inside the museum are three floors, each representing the Thai belief of the universe.
Yoyo Land Seacon Square
When you need a fun place for the kids to play while you shop or rest then Yoyo Land could fit the bill. This is not an amusement park in the American sense of the word, there are no roller coasters and such to ride but there is still plenty to do. The activities at Yoyo Land are aimed at children in the 3-10 year age range and the complex is located on the fourth floor of Seacon Square Shopping Mall; the largest shopping mall in the Southern Hemisphere. It offers video games, small rides, an adventure trail and of course, there is the live ammo shooting range for the adults.
Wildlife in the middle of the city is the name of the game with the Dusit Zoo. The zoo covers 47 acres and was originally the royal botanical gardens for King Rama V. Inside the zoo adults and children can see over 1,000 birds and 300 different mammals. Rhinos, monkeys, giraffes and crocodiles are just a few species of wildlife you can explore at the Dusit Zoo, which is also conveniently located within Bangkok.
Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai
If you are looking for a place to visit that is not on the usual tourist trails then this is a necessary stop. Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai is only 40 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport and is the location of the longest reclining Buddha image in the country. It is even longer than the more popular attraction at Wat Pho. While you are in Bangkok or on your way back to the airport, this is definitely a sight you should take the time to visit. Massive red and gold archways welcome you to the temple and the vendors around the interior walls will supply you with fresh fruit, local foods or offerings for inside the temple. Take the time to walk inside the Buddha image and marvel at the painted murals that adorn the walls.