A Holiday in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand’s capital city, is known for ornate shrines and vibrant street life. This city is easily one of the most ideal destinations for those looking for a vacation, as it is not only fun and exciting, but it also goes easy on your pocket. Bangkok is the gateway to the Southeast Asian world and you could easily spend a week or two without looking at the same thing twice. The Thai capital has a lot of attractions to offer. You are bound to love this vibrant city with all its life, delicious street food, amazing shopping, lush and green parks and of course, the amazing network of rivers. A Holiday in Bangkok, if planned wisely, promises to make your vacations memorable without making you feel like you’ve spent too much.

Travel Requirements

Travel Requirements

Bangkok is easily one of the most affordable destinations for budget travellers and its two international airports- the Suvarnabhumi Airport and the Don Muang Airport, are served by low-cost carriers from neighbouring countries. Keep your travel documents ready for the trip which include your passport, photo identity proof, filled Visa on Arrival (VOA) application form, boarding card and of course, your return ticket.

Accomodation

Accommodation Bangkok

When it comes to choosing an area and a hotel for your stay in Bangkok, it is worth spending a little time in choosing the best stay option as it can make or break your holiday. Sukhumvit is the popular choice among travellers when it comes to the district in which they want to explore their stay options. It is a 18 km long road that is the centre of the shopping, eating and nightlife in Bangkok. Plus, the elevated Skytrain (BTS) helps make exploring incredibly easy.

Apart from Sukhumvit, Siam and Silom are also suitable districs for your stay in Bangkok. There is a wide range of hotel prices and a lot of budget friendly options to choose from. Some of the affordable options include Phranakorn – Nornlen Hotel, Villa Phra Sumen , Bangkok Venice Suite, Bangkok Loft Inn and City Point Hotel among others.

When in Bangkok

When in Bangkok

Bangkok is packed with things to do and places to see. You can indulge in a plethora of activities and also give your eyes a feast by going on a sightseeing tour. Beneath the buzz and chaos of city life, Bangkok has many hidden wonders for you to explore. You could take a tuk-tuk tour through the Bangkok night or visit a colourful flower market. The city never ceases to surprise you, be it the street-side restaurants with plastic chairs or the top-notch restaurants and rooftop bars. Here is a list of the activities to indulge in and places to visit in Bangkok that is a combination of the typical can’t miss tourist sites and some off the beaten track places that you might not find elsewhere.

  • Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha)
  • Wat Pho – Gigantic reclining Buddha
  • Wat Arun (temple of the rising sun)
  • Vimanmek Museum
  • Golden Mount (Wat Saket)
  • China Town
  • Kao San Road
  • Lumphini Park
  • Ayutthaya Temples and River Cruise
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Markets and Bridge on River Kwai

Gorge on the Thai Delicacies

Gorge on the Thai Delicacies

If you’re in Bangkok, then you simply can’t miss out on the Pad Thai in the Thip Samai restaurant. The street food in Chinatown is also quite delectable and you can enjoy it while visiting this area for shopping. You must have lunch at Bangrak or Somtum Der as they serve delicious freshly made authentic Thai food. They are located on the same street in Silom. The La Table de Tee restaurant is a real gourmet treasure. The food is absolutely stunning and your taste buds will thank you for visiting this food haven. Spend your evening having drinks at a rooftop bar and let the Thai spirit of nightlife sink in you. Other places to visit are Sukhumvit Soi 38, Larb Bpet Yasothon, Boat Noodles, Sabai Jai Gai Yang and The Local.

Shop till you drop!

Shop till Bangkok

The best neighbourhoods to explore for shopping and witnessing the Thai life are Yaowarat (Chinatown), Siam, Khao San road. The Siam Square is the temple for shoppers and you can literally shop till you drop. The Chatuchak Market is also a popular shopping destination.

When to visit?

Songkran festival

You can visit Bangkok at the time of the Songkran festival which happens in April and is a joyous celebration of the Thai new year. The tourist season is an all year long season in Bangkok, although May and June witness a little less of the tourist surge due to the summer time. Bangkok promises to deliver when it comes to leaving you with an exciting experience of a vacation. Your money is certainly well spent and you get to indulge in the delightful chaos of  this vibrant city. Visit this city as it awaits you to give you a memorable vacation.

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