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Bangkok Guide

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Bangkok, is a city that never sleeps nearby canals and Chao Phraya River give a constant activity, streets as Sukhumvit or Silom always crowded, street shops and restaurants. Here you will find a bangkok guide, of the different city, shops, restaurants, hotels that offer their terraces brunch, secret corners (not only exists Grand Palace to visit!). Come spend a ONEDAY us to the city of angels. For sure it will surprise you.

Opera Siam, Festa Musicale and the Department of Cultural Promotion present
Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E flat “Symphony of a Thousand”

Nancy Yuen, Nadlada Thamtanakom, Grace Echauri, Emanuela Barazia, Israel Lozano, Phillip Joll, Kittinant Chinsamran. Orpheus Choir of Bangkok – Fairhaven Singers (Cambridge, England) – Bonifantes Choir (Pardubice, Czech Republic) – Chinese University Choir (Hong Kong) – Bangkok Music Society – Orpheus Choir of Bangkok – Montfort Children’s Choir – Gli Orfini Children’s Choir and many other choristers from around the world.

Siam Philharmonic Orchestra
Siam Sinfonietta
Malaysian National Symphony Orchestra
leader Vilmos Olah
conducted by Somtow Sucharitkul

Where: Thailand Cultural Center
When: 24 July 2013
Tickets: 5,000 – 1,000 – 600 – 300 Baht
Student and the elderly (aged 65 years and older)
Get 50 % discount (except 300 Baht Price)
http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/concert/concert-detail.php?sid=1942&la=en



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