Bangkok Travel Guides
Travel Guides for Bangkok
Visiting Bangkok is for the first time is a sensory overload of massive proportions. The whole city seems to try to grab your attention at every available moment, from the street hawkers to the eye-catching temples, the modern skyscrapers to the painted longtail boats zipping up and down the river.
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Affordable hotels in Bangkok can offer you more better accommodations and modern amenities than some so-called luxury resorts in the West. The Euro goes far in Thailand and no where is this more apparent then when booking a room at one of the many fabulous affordable hotels in Bangkok.
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Bangkok is a major travel hub, so it has plenty of direct flights from capital cities around the world. Bus and train services to southeast Asian countries are not so reliable, direct or fast.
Bangkok abounds in sports activities of all kinds to suit your choice and interest.
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Bangkok is a sprawling city with legendary traffic jams combined with high temperatures and humidity, so the secret of sightseeing in Bangkok is to take your time. Carry your own bottled water, avoid the heat of the midday sun, and remember than Bangkok by night is just as good if not better than Bangkok by day, and you'll see wonders on every corner.
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Nightlife is Bangkok is as wild or as sophisticated as you choose to make it. The authorities have clamped down on the seedier side of Bangkok's nocturnal amusements, with most clubs closing by a respectable 2am, but the party spirit still lives on. Invest in a Bangkok by Night map and explore the night markets, clubs and bars at your leisure.
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Food in Thailand is to be enjoyed, and it's so easy to enjoy a bewildering array of food in Bangkok at almost any hour of the day or night. As the day progresses, the range of food available changes, especially on the khen or carts that ply their wares on the street. Lunch in Bangkok is at 12 noon sharp, and dinner is usually served from 6pm until 9pm, later in more upmarket restaurants.
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Shopping in Bangkok - where shall we start? The Thais have a saying; "From pestles to warships", meaning whatever you want, you'll probably find it here. From the streets markets to air-conditioned malls, back street tailors to top price gems, and most places open early to late, Bangkok shopping is retail therapy at its best.
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Bangkok is infused with Thai culture, from the canals created by King Rama I, to its skyscraper skyline dotted with golden-topped temples. At the heart of Bangkok is Ratanakosin, the royal island of Rama I, packed with must-see cultural icons such as Wat Phra Kaeo and the art-crammed National Museum.
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It is easy to assume, amongst the sparkling glass and skyscrapers of Bangkok's business districts, that all Thai business people have a European mindset. Certainly the majority of young Thais working in the fast-growing economy of Bangkok may appear that way, but appearances can be deceptive. As one British businessman based in Thailand says, "Thai people live in the 21st century, have Victorian social values and medieval business practices."
Those thinking about taking a holiday in the exotic Eastern city of Bangkok need not concern themselves with medical care if they or a family member is taken ill during their holiday. Bangkok offers some of the best world class facilities in the world and takes great pride in caring not only for tourists, but for people from other countries who often come to the city for world class treatment at affordable prices.
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