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Worth a quick stop off if you are in the area due to the history of the gate but don’t plan on it being a major place to visit. However if you are going to Sunday market perhaps make it your starting point. You can...More
This area is teeming with tourists (my husband and myself included). A lot of pigeons. There was a wedding photo shoot the day we went so that was neat. It's very difficult to take a picture under the "Tha Pae Gate" sign with so many...More
It’s a gate at the end of the day. It has a big wall either side which I think may be the original and lots of pigeons with tourists taking pics of the pigeons strangely. Worth walking around the moat it’s the best part.
It is worth a quick visit as it is on the way city, restaurants, market, and river. Hundreds of pigeons and people selling pigeon food for tourist to feed them. A lady taught my 7 year old how to feed and call the pigeons and...More
Worth stopping off if you happen to be going by but not worth a huge detour. There is only a small section of the whole wall remaining and there were loads of tourists taking pictures in front of it...
This is a large historic gate in the old city wall where people come to get their wedding photos etc . Unfortunately there are hundreds of pigeons here and despite the HUGE sign saying DO NOT FEED THE PIGEONS many ignorant people mainly Chinese ignore...More