Thanon Sanphawut Khwaeng Bang Na 195 195, Bangkok, 0 km from center
29 Soi Fueang Thong Fueang Nakhon Road Kwang Watratchabopit Phranakorn, Bangkok, 0.1 km from center
96-98 Phraeng Bhuthorn Rd. San Chao Phor Seua Phra Nakhorn, Bangkok, 0.1 km from center
104 Soi Phraeng Phuthon Tanao Road San Chao Pho Sua Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 0.1 km from center
125 Fuang Nakhon Road Phranakhon, Bangkok, 0.1 km from center
21 ถนน บำรุงเมือง The Knight House Building, Bangkok, 0.1 km from center
114 Prangsanphasart lane Tanao Road Pranakorn Bangkok, Bangkok, 0.2 km from center
68 Phraeng Phuthon Road San Chao Por Suea Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 0.2 km from center
300 Thanon Tanao San Chao Pho Sua Phranakorn, Bangkok, 0.2 km from center
120 Bunsiri Road San Chao Por Sua Pranakorn, Bangkok, 0.3 km from center
Bangkok, also known as the Venice of the East and City of Angels , is cosmopolitan, vibrant, and exciting. Hectic sums up Bangkok, but in a positive way, as there’s so much to see and do - sightseeing, shopping, eating and much more besides.
Bangkok’s canals give a beguiling variety of tour options, from boats through the city through to the tourist sites and ancient riversides.
Street food - spicier, hotter and far cheaper and more authentic than anywhere else, Thai street food offers a tasty reason to try it.
Elevated entertainment - Bangkok has some of the word’s highest rooftop bars and restaurants.
Superb spas - home of the original Thai massage, with a variety of treatments
Terrific temples and monuments - Wat Phra Kaew, the Emerald Buddha, and the Grand Palace are the most popular.
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Although the main tourist area of Bangkok, Banglamphu is popular with backpackers and those seeking budget hotels and restaurants around Khaosam Road.
North of Chatuchak Park, a trendy art neighbourhood is developing and the Chatuchak Weekend Market attracts throngs of visitors.
Bangrak is the financial district of the city, and is famous for luxury hotels on the banks of the Chao Phraya river and skyscrapers along Silom Road.
Siam is home from home for the shopaholics, mainly for the Siam Center but also a multitude of designer boutiques, souvenir shops and jewellery stores.
The area along Sukhumvit Road is the city’s hippest district, lined by trendy restaurants, nightclubs and bars. Bangkok’s two most famous red light districts, Soi Cowboy and Nana Plaza, or also located in Sukhumvit.
Late October to late February is the best time to visit, as it is both cool and dry. The humidity rises with the heat from April onwards and the rains tend to start around June.
Shopping is a real treat in Bangkok, from designer malls with super-low prices to the fantastic King Power Duty Free superstore, but also worth a visit are:-
No visit to Bangkok is complete without trying the local delicacies, such as:-
Bangkok may be (in)famous for rowdy nightlife, but there’s much more to Bangkok at night such as culture, theatre, arts and music events. BK Magazine is a handy source of weekly listings, events and latest news about clubs.
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