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Witness the land of glittering shrines and dynamic street life, Bangkok, which is toured by revelers from all the longitudes and latitudes of the world. Facing a tropical climate throughout the year, this is a weather friendly destination and owns a wide collection of architectural and natural marvels which are worth witnessing. Another excellent feature of the city is its exceptional connectivity to various countries, cities, and islands which is indeed a factor when it comes to listing the reasons for Bangkok tourism. From mega-malls like Amarin Plaza, All seasons place, and various others packed with an abundance of elite brands to the unique Amphawa floating market which caters to the Thai shops, here you are spoilt with choices. Something which sets it apart is the lure of the region which is forever magnetizing and is well-suited for all types of trip, be it a group excursion or a solo trip. Whether you are looking for an escape from the tiring life or just wish to take up adventures, this a place with no regrets.

With a vast bucket of things to do in Bangkok, here you can mark your footprints at various temples, witness the San road, or enjoy the cultural performances. Wat Pho is an excellent selection if you are seeking for a blend of history and spiritually, as here you can gaze at the elegantly carved murals or seek the blessings of Buddha. Apart from this, here you can also visit Wat Arun, which is a splendid stupa built in the era gone by and showcases intricate floral patterns painted on the walls, which will not fail to amaze you. Commuting from one place to another is a child’s play and one can either take a tuk-tuk or opt for ferry service at Chao Phraya River. If you wish to take a look at the royalty and heritage of Bangkok, then you can visit the palace it owns like the Dusit Park Palace, Grand Palace, and various others.

A trip to Bangkok is incomplete without the adventures and aqua sports. Here you can witness an exclusive array of exciting experiences like Skydiving, surfing, rock climbing, wakeboarding, and various others which are a plus to the enticing trip. Wildlife is another dimension which can be witnessed in here, one can make a visit to the butterfly garden, crocodile farm and zoo, and Siam ocean world which holds variants of vibrant species. With the increase in the tourist traffic, it leads to the need for luxury accommodations with world-class amenities, places like Amari Watergate, Bangkok Palace Hotel, and Millenium Hilton settle up the purpose.

Missing out on the nightlife of Bangkok is just out of question! Here you can witness a number of lively cafes, restaurants, and bars, which welcome you with electrifying music. Sky bar, Vertigo moon and bar, Octave rooftop bar, and various other places with an enigmatic nightlife,  are worth visiting. Apart from this, here you can also taste the culture of Thailand at the Siam Niramit show, or witness the Art gallery and step inside the paintings which give illusions. If this is not enough to tempt you then, you can also relax and unwind with the exceptional style of Thai massage, Bangkok is famed for.

Bangkok owns a wide platter for the shopaholics. From the unique and interesting concept of floating on the river and hopping off from one shop to another to the ultra-luxury malls, this places lacks nowhere and has all of them. Something which you cannot afford to miss is the Chang Chui plane night market where you can witness live entertainment, fancy shops, and a whole lot more of assorted shops. Love the Chinese products? Well, you need not
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23 January 2020
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It should be a must in Bangkok visit, specially with kids. Hotel pickup service was fantastic, in time. Children enjoyed most the orangutan and dolphin shows. Better to skip the river cruise which I felt like wastage of money. The last part of coming out through the open zoo was fantastic- all openly moving animals including lions and tigers were roaming near the bus.
The best experience of sea life till date. It overseeded my previous experience at underwater world pattaya. Getting tickets was hassle free - just show the QR code and get your ticket from Information Desk. Best feeding shows observed here. The sea otter feeding show was specially enjoyable with the otters asking for more food by shaking their hands above their chests. Next the penguin show, diver show, sea life 3D show, shark feeding show, etc. were awesome. You can chill around as it is cool inside with cafeteria everywhere. Those sharks in giant aquariums really amazed me and they are living in harmony with other fishes for the past 10 years (as learnt). The ambience was great with dim lights everywhere. A great place for kids to enjoy. There were numerous fishes as well, including the famous Giant of Siam - an Amazon fish.
"awesome experience. with good food, breeze views. loved it."
13 May 2019
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Best jungle tour ever! Safari world is great where you can observe wildlife closely that includes birds, giraffes, rhinos, etc. The main attractions are tiger feeding and lion feeding inside safari world (which we were lucky to see) where a woman in the rear of the car inside a cage feeds the tigers and the lions from inside. As learnt only she can come near to them as they know her scent. It was nearly a half an hour tour through the jungle life and it was a thrilling experience. The Marine park was also great with many human and animal shows such as Orangutan show, Cowboy stunt show, Spy war, Bird show, etc. and the notable Dolphin show which was best among all. Guys please do not miss this show. The international buffet was also great with varieties of dishes though you can try out Indian buffet as well. Thanks to thrillophilia for making this trip memorable.
Superb experience here at Safari world. It was a really organised tour with staff picking up at Century Mall and having a bus tour through the jungles of Safari park. The shows at Marine world were great - the best ones being the Dolphin show and the Spy war that were thrilling and awesome. The other shows included tiger show, elephant show, cowboy stunt, sea lion show, etc. The international buffet lunch was great too with different varieties of dishes prepared using chicken. There was Indian buffet lunch too. An ideal place for children to visit. It is one of my most memorable zoo visits in Thailand. If you are lucky you shall get a Thai massage from elephants in elephant show. The guide Sam explained all to us in Safari world and was really helpful. Thanks Thrillophilia for making this visit wonderful.
The package tour was well organized by Thrillophilia.All transfers and arrangement was provided as per tour itinerary.Accommodation and food were very nice.
Sometimes the key to the success of your holidays is to have a well-organized tour. This was very true when my friend and I travelled to Bangkok. I was amazed by the services provided by thrillophilia
We booked this trip from Delhi, the place is friendly and charming with beautiful nature. It was nicely planned and arranged by the team, even travelling as per the plan we had enough time for exploring places on our own. Looking for more tours with you.
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I booked this from Bangalore to Bangkok with my partner while we were on a vacation. And it truly did feel like one, as we travelled the whole day visiting places though we had long days, but still we felt energetic, because we had nothing to worry about, we did a lot of shopping and enjoyed the nightlife. It was all possible only because it was preciously managed and looked after. Cheers to the team.
I booked a trip this trip from Kolkata, tough it was not my first time being there, but still was a different experience as this time I wasn’t the one worrying about anything, we had and tour operator for that who has managed and booked everything for us in advance and it was undoubtedly one the best journey I have ever had.Thank you.

How to Reach

  • Reaching out to Bangkok is a no brainer, as the city is well-connected with flights, trains, and by road. Be it an international airport or easy access by roads, the city caters to everything. All you need is your bunch of folks and you are all ready for an ultimate fun-filled trip!
  • By Air: If you are an international traveler, then this is the most favorable option for you and you can take a direct or a connecting flight to any of the two functional airports namely Don Muang Airport and the new one which is the Suvarnabhumi Airport. In the months of monsoon the flight prices drop down and you can tour the region at a lower cost.
  • By Rail: Speaking about the rail connectivity, that is also commendable and the city is well-connected to destinations like Cambodia, Malaysia, and various others, and one can easily enter Bangkok with them. Hua Lamphong Railway Station is the station which connects the countries nearby and Thonburi Train Station is for operating locally. Apart from this, you can also reach out to Bangkok by trains from Phuket, Krabi, and various other corners of Thailand.
  • By Road: Talking about the connectivity with the roads, Bangkok is easily accessible by buses, taxis, or self-driving. If you opt for a bus then you can get down at any of the three bus terminals namely the northern bus terminal, eastern bus terminal, and southern bus terminal. What can be better than a road trip? All you have to do is rent a car and go vrooming around the city with your buddies, and make the best of memories with road-tripping in Bangkok. Apart from this, if comfort is all you want then you can even hire a private taxi and reach out to the striking city.

Best Time To Visit

  • Pondering about when to visit Bangkok? Well, it is a year-round destination and can be toured anytime. Though, the months from November to March are favorable as the days are not that hot and are well-suited to soak-in the lure of the quarter. December and January are pretty cool and showcase excellent weather, which is just perfect if you are here to witness the architectural marvels. The monsoon outbreaks in late May, but this does not shut down the tourism of the city, as it has a wide range of things to do at this time as well.
  • Bangkok has a tropical climate and is always enveloped with humidity and a tinge of hotness all through the year. If you are looking for a drop of prices, then the months from May to September can be picked, as the city faces a remarkable footfall in this season and this lower downs the costs of the accommodations, flights, and adventures. Though the month of April is a little hot, due to the Thai New Year celebration, a lot of tourists flock from different cities and countries to witness this.
  • Summer: The months from March to June, Bangkok faces summer with a maximum temperature of 34 degree Celsius and a minimum temperature of 26 degree Celsius.
  • Winter: The winters outbreaks in the months from November to February, and at this time the tourism is at its peak. At this time, the temperature ranges from a minimum of 22-degree Celsius and a maximum of 32-degree Celsius.
  • Monsoon: Bangkok receives showers in the months from July to October, when the tourist traffic falls down, but the weather gets very pleasing. The temperature ranges from 25-degree Celcius to 31-degree Celsius.

People Also Ask About Bangkok

  1. When is the best time to visit Bangkok?

    Since Bangkok is a tropical city, the humidity and heat of the summer might hamper the travel experience. Hence it is better to pick the cooler months to make most of your trip.

    - November to February are ideal seasonal times
    - Another better time to go which is slightly off-season is during the Monsoons, between May to September.
  2. How to reach Bangkok?

    Air transport is most preferred by the international travellers. However, those who intend to move on via road after a pit stop can also hire private vehicles or make use of the public transport system.

    • Bangkok has two functional airports; the old Don Muang Airport and the newer Suvarnabhumi Airport.
    • Both the airports are about 30 km from the city center so it will be one long drive. Cabs or public transport can be used post landing.
  3. Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Soi Cowboy
    This place was named after Soi cowboy, who opened the first bar in Bangkok in 1970s. This area has a laid-back and retro feel to it and is surrounded by neon lights from the streets. You can also encounter a lot of sex workers while walking to this place.


    San Road
    The Khao San Road is a place where there are travelers from all over the world entertaining and indulging themselves in one of the numerous sleek clubs, market stalls, small cocktail bars and street food places located in the area.


    Chatuchak Weekend Market
    If you are a shopaholic, this place is nothing but an ultimate paradise for you. With over 8,000 market stalls, you will find unending collection and styles of fashion which will make you sense the literal meaning of ‘Shop till you Drop’.


    Chao Phraya River
    This is one of the most scenic spots in Bangkok. There are water-taxis which will take you on rides and give you a view of shining temples and grand luxury hotels. There are also some houses alongside the waterway and you cannot miss witnessing this unique setup.


    Wat Pho
    All you know about Wat Pho is the huge Buddha Statue, but there is a lot more to it. You can witness collections of murals, sculptures and archaeological items. The temple complex also houses a beautiful landscape garden, glazing stupas and a College of traditional Medicine.


    Chinatown
    This is one of the most chaotic yet vibrant area of Bangkok. The area is packed with hundreds of market stalls which sell street food, souvenirs, and other items. If you visit this place during Chinese New year or other important festivals, you will be mesmerized by the energy with which celebrations are done.


    Floating Market
    You can indeed not afford to miss a visit to the world famous Floating market here. There are numerous wooden boats floating by, each loaded with fruits, vegetables, flowers and other fresh produce. There are also a lot of food boats with grills installed, ready to serve you a bowl of authentic ‘Boat Noodles’ or fresh seafood.


    Wat Arun
    The stupas constructed in the 19th century have intricate floral patterns on them, with glazed porcelain reflecting the best example of traditional art. This place symbolizes holds a lot of historic importance for the local people of Bangkok.
  4. What are the most famous attractions in Bangkok?

    Bangkok offers a variety of experiences to its tourists and travelers. One can choose to explore the city, go on a personal adventure or relax to the fullest. The capital is brimming with great markets, museums, temples, and grand palaces. Several famous attractions are must places to visit in Bangkok. Some of them are listed below.

    - Grand Palace: the huge complex is a blend of Thai architecture and Italian Renaissance. To cover it in totality would take whole of the morning or afternoon depending on when you choose to visit.

    - Wat Phra Kaew: The sacred statue of Emerald Buddha is placed in the main hall of the temple while the walls are covered with murals depicting several mythological interpretations.

    - Wat Pho: The home of the world's largest reclining Buddha is also a famed traditional massage school. One can choose to experience the massage or if one wants to learn Thai massage techniques, this is the place to start. It also has the largest collection of Buddha images.

    - Wat Arun: Situated on the western banks of the Chao Praya, is one of Thailand's most picturesque temples.

    - Dusit Park Palace: The place was built to escape the heat of the Grand Palace. Its main structure is said to be the largest Golden teakwood house in the world. Jim Thompson's house: Mystery shrouds this home of a US spy who disappeared in Malaysia. He was also the founder of the Thai silk industry.
  5. What are the different things/activities to do in Bangkok?

    Owning a wide platter, Bangkok tourism has a lot to offer to keep you engaged all through the trip. Find a list of the things to do while in Bangkok

    - Temple and palace tours: Guided tours are available to give you a deeper insight into the history and culture of the iconic places.

    - Massage: World-renowned Thai Massage is both physically rejuvenating and spiritually uplifting.

    - Tuk Tuk tours: The iconic symbol of Bangkok provides an authentic experience of exploring the city.

    - Cycling: Smaller streets can be explored via cycles. A leisurely ride around the countryside is the best way to personally experience the culture.

    - Nature tours: Zipline through the lush canopy of the rain forest.

    - Canal tours: Explore the original canals of the city.

    - Cultural performances: Enjoy the insight into the culture and traditional practices of Bangkok.

    - Shop: most of the city feels like a huge street market. The variety available is overwhelming and exhilarating at the same time.
  6. What are the best beaches to visit around Bangkok?

    Looking to escape the smog and the city noise? Bangkok has several beaches perfect for a day out within its reach to help you unwind.

    - Pattaya: It’s the most preferred tourist destination. Ideal to enjoy the watersports or unwind by the beach.

    - Hua Hin: Easy weekend getaway for the locals.

    - Koh Samet: One of the few islands not crowded by the tourists. It has delicious seafood options.
  7. Recommended reads for destination

    Website :
    Bangkok Tourism Website

    Books :
    Lonely Planet Bangkok (Travel Guide)
  8. What are the must do adventures in Bangkok?

    Bangkok has several adventures to give you your adrenaline fix. Some of them are as below.

    - Wakeboarding: The sport is increasingly becoming popular amongst the tourists.

    - Rock Climbing: Urban playground offers some excellent options to rock climb depending upon your expertise.

    - Gokart: Zip around your way in the challenging indoor tracks.

    - Surfing: Make most of the waves by the beach and get some surfing action.

    - Skydiving: Slightly on the outskirts of the city. A variety of options are available.

    - Diving with sharks: Experience the predators up close. They hopefully won’t bite.
  9. Which are the best places for shopping in Bangkok?

    Bangkok is the ideal place to unleash the shopaholic in you. The sheer variety of things to shop for is mind-boggling. One can find anything from designer clothes to accessories and souvenirs at really low prices. Some of the best shopping areas are as below.

    - Siam Square: One of the most popular shopping area. It’s an open-air shopping complex and a place where trends are created. It is a place where fashionistas get to experience alternative shopping and style. One can find high-end brands as well as local vendors selling their wares.

    - MBK Center: Bangkok’s legendary mall definitely does not disappoint. 8 floors packed with shops is a shopaholic’s dream come true.

    - Chatuchak Weekend Market: Get ready for one of the most chaotic shopping experiences you will ever have. Every possible whacky and unique item you didn’t know you absolutely needed will be found here.

    - Night Markets: Just when you thought shopping couldn’t get any better, the night markets come as a pleasant surprise. Get some unbelievable great bargains while shopping under the glow of the moonlight.
  10. Which are the best resorts to stay in Bangkok?

    Bangkok is the place to live up in style. Several luxurious resorts in Bangkok form a perfect setting to relax and unwind. 

    - The Peninsula: Ranked among the best hotels in the world, it sets a benchmark for premium service that is fairly flawless.

    - Shangri-La Hotel: Located on the banks of Chao Phraya River and conveniently located close to leading shopping and sightseeing areas.

    - The Sukhothai: A haven that provides blissful break from the noise of the city.
  11. What are the best public transport modes to commute around Bangkok?

    With the first phase of the ambitious public transport complete, Bangkok is well connected by an efficient and convenient transport system. Several options of public transport are available as below.

    - Skytrain
    - Metro (MRT)
    - River Taxi
    - Metered Taxi
    - Tuk Tuk
    - Local Busses
    - Chao Phraya Express Boat
  12. Where can I try the best local cuisine here?

    The variety that Thai cuisine has to offer makes it one of the most versatile cuisines of the world. The best places to explore the authentic Thai dishes are on the streets of Bangkok. Some places you can sample some good street food is as below.

    - Thip Samai Pad Thai: Serves the best pad Thai in Bangkok.

    - Jae Fai Restaurant: The Crab omelet is definitely worth a try. The prices are slightly steep though.

    - Wattana Panich Restaurant: Choose from a wide range of noodles to try. Beef noodles are recommended.

    - Kuay Jab Nai Huan: Packed with foodies, this stall serves only one dish, Kuay Jab, and is an all time favorite.
  13. What to know before attending the full moon party?

    The Full Moon party has been the center of so many legendary tales. It is on every visitor’s must-attend list.

    - The party takes place in Koh Phangan island on the night of every full moon.
    - Plan your accommodation well in advance to avoid being stranded or ripped off.
    - Way to reach is by a ferry.
    - Buy your own party props from the local markets beforehand.
    - Buy your drinks away from the party as it can get expensive.
    - Keep yourself hydrated.
    - Keep your personal belongings close to you.
    - Keep some cash for emergencies.
  14. What are the best rural experiences to have in Bangkok?

    If you have had your fill of the glittery touristy city life of Bangkok, rural experiences are just the change you seek.

    - Hill tribes of the north
    - Floating markets in the canals
    - Elephant trekking
  15. Where to have thrilling wildlife experiences in Bangkok?

    Get closer to wildlife and watch the animals in their natural habitats.

    - Bangkok butterfly garden: Get to know these gentle winged creatures up close and personal.

    - Crocodile Farm and zoo: Largest crocodile farm in the world. Top show attractions include Elephant Acrobats and Crocodile wrestling.

    - Dusit Zoo: Over 1500 animals from across the world can be found here. Thailand’s first zoo and has been around for more than 60 years.

    - Safari world zoo: Enjoy the tropical jungles of Asia and Africa on the Jungle Cruise River adventure.

    - Siam Ocean world: An aquatic wonderland and a fun place for the entire family.
  16. What to know before visiting Chinatown in Bangkok?

    A blend of Chinese and Thai culture makes Chinatown fascinatingly unique.

    - To watch it in its grandeur one must plan the trip during the Chinese New Year.
    - Be careful of the duplicate products
    - Making a plan before getting around Chinatown is advisable to avoid getting lost.
  17. Where can I hire a motorcycle taxi in Bangkok?

    A motorcycle taxi is the fastest mode of transport once the traffic starts building up.

    - The taxi drivers wear colorful fluorescent vests and usually stand by busy streets waiting for passengers.
    - The price is negotiable
    - Don’t ride without a helmet.
  18. Which are the top kickboxing stadiums in Bangkok?

    Thai Kickboxing, also known as Muay Thai, is the national sport of Thailand. Some of the top stadiums are as below.

    - New Lumpini stadium: Preferred stadium of the best fighters for a face-off.

    - Rajadamnern Stadium: The oldest stadium in Bangkok.

    - Channel 7 stadium: An Only stadium that doesn’t charge an entree fee.

    - Omnoi Stadium: The stadium with the best view.
  19. How far is Bangkok from Pattaya?

    The total distance between the two is over 150 km and it takes a couple of hours to reach from Bangkok to pattaya via road.

  20. How and when is the festival Songkran celebrated?

    Songkran is the Thai New Year which is a wet and wild affair.

    - Celebrated from 14-16 April
    - People soak each other in water to celebrate the New Year as it is believed that water cleanses all the negative energy.
    - Activities like beauty contests are also held.
  21. Which are the best pubs and bars in Bangkok?

    Bangkok’s nightlife offers everything a night owl would crave. Based on the level of nighttime thrill one is looking for, several places readily oblige:

    - Smalls: The decor is Parisian and the trendy bar is preferred by expats and international travelers.

    - The Adhere 13th Blues Bar: 
    Great live music and bohemian set up make this Bangkok’s backpacker quarter.

    - Maggie Choo’s: The classy cocktail bar below Novotel was formerly the vault of the East India Company bank.
  22. Where to go for the Bangkok puppet show?

    The magnificent puppet show should definitely be a part of your itinerary.

    • Various shows are held in Aksra Theatre.
    • The theatre is grand and lavishly decorated.
    • The shows are a combination of storytelling and a display of martial arts techniques.
  23. Which are the best buddhist temples in Bangkok?

    Several iconic Buddha temples can be found across Bangkok. Some of the must-see ones are as below.

    - Wat Phra Kaew: Temple of Emerald Buddha.

    - Wat Pho: Temple of Reclining Buddha

    - Wat Saket: Temple of a Buddha Relic.

    - Wat Traimit: Has the largest solid Gold Buddha.
  24. How many days are required for a complete tour of Bangkok?

    Basis your goal, the number of days could be as below:

    - 1 week: Enough to visit mainstream attractions.

    - 10 nights: At a more leisurely pace.

    - 2 weeks: For a more in-depth exploration.
  25. Which are the best ferry rides to take in Bangkok?

    Bangkok is connected by several natural canals which have earned it the name of Venice of the East. Several types of boat services are available as below.

    - Express Boat River Taxis: Have a fixed route and stop at specific locations.

    - Long Tail Boats: Can be privately hired for a personalized journey through the canals.

    - River Ferry: Popular for sightseeing.

    - Hotel Shuttle boats: Provided by the five-star hotels for their guests.

    - Canal Boats: Exclusively for the canals.
  26. Which are the best places for street shopping in Bangkok?

    Bangkok is the ideal place to unleash the shopaholic in you. The sheer variety of things to shop for is mind-boggling. One can find anything from designer clothes to accessories and souvenirs at really low prices. Some of the best shopping areas are as below.

    - Siam Square: One of the most popular shopping area. It’s an open-air shopping complex and a place where trends are created. It is placed for the fashionistas get to experience the alternative shopping and style. One can find high-end brands as well as local vendors selling their wares.

    - MBK Center: Bangkok’s legendary mall definitely does not disappoint. 8 floors packed with shops is a shopaholic’s dream come true.

    - Chatuchak Weekend Market: Get ready for one of the most chaotic shopping experiences you will ever have. Every possible whacky and unique item you didn’t know you absolutely needed will be found here.

    - Night Markets: Just when you thought shopping couldn’t get any better, the night markets come as a pleasant surprise. Get some unbelievable great bargains while shopping under the glow of the moonlight.
  27. What are the top romantic experiences to have in Bangkok?

    For a couple who are in love, Bangkok has several offerings that add more power to the romance.

    - Apsara River cruise: A cut above the rest in terms of luxury
    - Dinner at Vertigo Rooftop bar
    - Private cooking class
    - Cycling adventure through the wilderness.
    - Overnight cruise to the ancient city of Ayutthaya
    - Couple spa
  28. Travel Advice

    - Beware of thugs and scammers who can try to dupe you by selling different excursion schemes, day tour packages, adventure tour packages, massage and spa appointments, and casino coupons. If you want to book any of the above-mentioned entertainment facilities, make sure that you do it through an authorized travel agency.

    - Carry your passport and other identity proof and travel permits whenever you go out as you might be asked for it anytime.

    - Bangkok is a place to enjoy the vibrant nightlife but stay away from all fishy situations like rave parties and gatherings which involve consumption of drugs as you might land up in trouble.

    - Bargain while street shopping. Bangkok is a hub for street shopping and hence, you should totally get it in your deal if you don’t want to pay extra for something which is not so costly.

    - Travel locally through organized tours instead of booking private cab as it would be much cheaper with a tour agency.

  29. Drinking Laws

    The legal drinking age in Bangkok is 20 years and you should carry your age proof as bars and clubs are frequently raided to keep a check on underage drinkers.
  30. What you will like there?

    Vibrant Life
    The overcrowded streets, thousands of colorful neon lights and signboards, friendly people, smell of street food lingering in the air and happy sounds from the clubs and cocktail bars is what the street life of Bangkok is like. Hence, it is impossible for a person to not be happy after witnessing so much of energy and enthusiasm.


    Mixed Culture
    Though Bangkok has a vibrant nightlife, legal red-light districts and hundreds of clubs and casinos, it is equally rooted to its traditional culture which can be seen with the presence of numerous temples and shrines, which are regularly visited religiously by the people.


    Street Food
    The street food in Bangkok like Khao Pad, Pad Thai Kung, Som Tam, Khao Mun Gai and Moo Bing are famous all over the world and you will relish the taste for a long time after trying it.


    Welcoming Atmosphere
    The people of Bangkok are very friendly and happy. They are very welcoming towards the tourists and provide help whenever needed. You will feel like home away from home at this place as you will not feel alienated at all.


    Safe Environment
    Bangkok is a safe place to visit, with satisfying security by the government. You can go around late in the night, without worrying about being robbed or teased but regardless, basic precautions should be taken all the time.

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