Bangkok Holiday Travel Information

It is easy to get lost in the sprawling metropolis of Bangkok, and that is not such a bad thing. The Thai capital is the epitome of concrete jungle, although with no real geographic or cultural focal point. Several hundred years of palaces and temples span the city. For history …

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Things to see and do in Bangkok

Derrick Sison | Trip by SkyscannerThe Grand Palace
The Grand Palace
Alix F | Trip by SkyscannerWat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)
Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)
Jim Tan | Trip by SkyscannerChatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Trip Editorial Team | Trip by SkyscannerWat Arun
Wat Arun
ashlynnpai | FlickrSiam Paragon
Siam Paragon
oldandsolo | FlickrMBK Center
MBK Center
Leigh Virkus | Trip by SkyscannerTemple of the Emerald Buddha
Temple of the Emerald Buddha
travel33 | Trip by SkyscannerTerminal 21
Terminal 21
ruben i | FlickrChinatown
@felixtriller | FlickrSiam Square
Siam Square

Reviews of Bangkok

Allan Ito
Allan Ito

The food is great! The local are so kind, approachable and very happy to be with no doubt that Thailand is the land of SMILE ☺️


Once one lands in Bangkok it is feeling of freshness and freedom and it is all about starting of happiness which lingers one after going back to home.

Joeleen  H.
Joeleen H.

Love it! One of my favourite holiday destinations ever. Food is delicious, city is overwhelming and the people so friendly

US Traveler
US Traveler

So easy to get around. Download the GRAB app for cheap and reliable transportation. Also download Bangkok itinerary apps and use as a reference for locations. Skytrain and MRT are excellent. Go to Terminal 21. Check out the snake farm. A hidden gem. Stayed at Asoke Clover Hotel across from Terminal 21 and close to Skytrain.

Nearby destinations

Hua Hin (Prachuap Khiri Khan)


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