Bangkok

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The Thai capital Bangkok, located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, is a popular city-break destination that has it all – culture, historical sights, nightlife, good food and much more. It is one of the most cosmopolitan Asian cities with beautiful temples and palaces, extensive canals, lively nightlife and great shopping. Here, each traveller is bound to find something that they like.

Weather averages in June

  • Day 34°C
  • Night 26°C
  • Rain 14

The Thai capital Bangkok, located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, is a popular city-break destination that has it all – culture, historical sights, nightlife, good food and much more. It is one of the most cosmopolitan Asian cities with beautiful temples and palaces, extensive canals, lively nightlife and great shopping. Here, each traveller is bound to find something that they like.

Weather averages in June

  • Day 34°C
  • Night 26°C
  • Rain 14

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The capital of street food

You simply cannot visit Bangkok and forego its famous street food. The best and most delicious food is prepared and served on the streets in front of your eyes. You will quickly get used to the mix of the exotic and intense sweet, sour, spicy and salty flavours, and want to try something new with each bite. The city is considered to be one of the most affordable culinary destinations in the world, and it is very likely that after tasting the food, you will be tempted to join one of the many cooking courses.

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Bangkok offers a wide range of activities. Visit the countless temples, with the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the Temple of the Golden Buddha and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha among the most impressive, and boost your cultural and historical knowledge with a tour of the metropolis’s countless palaces and museums such as the Grand Palace and the Museum of Contemporary Art. After you’re done with sightseeing, you will surely be intoxicated by the lively nightlife of the city. Wild nightclubs and bars of all kinds abound the Khao San Road while a slightly calmer evening awaits you on Soi Rambuttri Street. For weekend shopping, visit Chatuchak, the largest weekend market in Thailand. Should you then require some refuge from the endless crowds and the heat, retreat to one of the many shopping malls where you can also find prestigious designer brands. After your urban exploration, get your energy back by treating yourself to a traditional Thai massage offered at the many massage centres dotted throughout the city.

You simply cannot visit Bangkok and forego its famous street food. The best and most delicious food is prepared and served on the streets in front of your eyes.

Bangkok is full of contrast and contradiction. Neon-lit buildings stand next to golden temples, expensive restaurants in high-rises overlook street food stalls, and large modern shopping malls are found amidst centuries-old ruined houses. Fast and slow, tradition and modernity, loud and calm - all this is Bangkok.


 
 
 
 
 

Sights in Bangkok

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Shopping

The city offers endless shopping opportunities in numerous shopping malls and markets.

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Street food

Bangkok is synonymous with excellent and extremely affordable street food, attracting crowds from all over the world.

2 Cetrt Banglamphu

Banglamphu district

A unique neighbourhood, also known as "old Bangkok", offering everything from golden temples to nightclubs.

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Wat Phra Kaew Temple

The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is the most important and holiest temple in Thailand.

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Wat Pho Temple

The Reclining Buddha Temple is the oldest and largest temple complex in Bangkok.

Airports

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Bangkok Airport

Bangkok International Airport is Thailand’s largest and busiest airport, located 25 kilometres east of central Bangkok. A car ride to the city centre takes about 45 minutes.

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