Bangkok Travel Tips

3 Days in Bangkok: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, March 2015

4.5 star rating: Recommended 1959 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Bangkok?s exciting blend of historical landmarks, notorious entertainment venues and rapid modernization draws eleven million visitors every year, placing it third, worldwide, behind Paris and ...  Read more

Buddhist Temple Tours From Bangkok

By Viator, December 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 1026 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Like much of the Far East, Thailand is predominantly a Buddhist country, with around 95% of Thais practicing Buddhism. This has been the case for centuries, and if you are going to Bangkok you have ...  Read more

Family-Friendly Activities in Bangkok

By Viator, December 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 36 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Bangkok is a treasure trove of things to do no matter what age you are, and while it might not seem a kid-friendly place at first, there?s a range of experiences your toddlers, tweens or teenagers ...  Read more

Bangkok Cuisine

By Viator, August 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 47 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Thai cuisine is famous the world over for its fiery flavors and exotic ingredients, and in the capital city of Bangkok, it?s a point of pride. While regional variations exist within Thailand, ...  Read more

Visiting Bangkok?s Floating Markets

By Viator, October 2013

4 star rating: Recommended 271 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Bangkok?s floating markets have been drawing visitors in for decades, but their origins go back much further to a time when there was simply no trade without the waterways. Today, Bangkok?s best ...  Read more

Things to Do in Bangkok on a Rainy Day

By Viator, August 2013

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 100 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

While the weather in Bangkok tends to be rather pleasant throughout the year, there?s a good chance you?ll get rained on at some point, especially if you?re traveling during the rainy season from ...  Read more

Do's and Don't's in Thailand!

By koalakiss86 , Australia, November 2010

Do not disrespect the King of Thailand, one way that might be perceived as disrespectful by stepping on thier countries money which has his face on it.

Kanchanarburi Tiger Temple

By koalakiss86 , Australia, November 2010

So, if you are a wildlife lover then this is a must see!! From the tourist city of Kanchanarburi you can do an afternoon or morning tour to the "Tiger Temple" for just $30US for the basic fee ...  Read more

Tigers and Elephants!!!!

By koalakiss86 , Australia, November 2010

So with a day trip from Bangkok you can see the Tiger Temple near Kanchanarburi and also ride and feed an elephant before heading back late in the afternoon to Bangkok. Many different companies ...  Read more

Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaeo Tour

By jackie.jevons , February 2015

Our guide met us at our hotel and called the driver to pick us up. She was very nice, spoke excellent English and was very knowledgeable. She told us about Thai culture and life on the way to the ...  Read more

Lounging in Lumpini Park

By John Reality , Cambodia, September 2014

For a city with such a staggering population (more than 8 million people as of 2010), Bangkok, Thailand has surprisingly few public parks. Situated in the center of the city, Lumpini Park is one of ...  Read more

Bang Krajao Park

By John Reality , Cambodia, February 2013

Bangkok as a sprawling and busy metropolis is jam-packed with culture and sights to see, but it is not so well-known to people that there is a spacious place to spend some time relaxing in a natural ...  Read more

Temple of the Reclining Buddha

By John Reality , Cambodia, August 2012

Located in the located in the Rattanakosin district of Bangkok , Wat Pho (or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha) is home to a gigantic, golden-and-glass-mosaic-ensconced figure of the Buddha in ...  Read more

Temple of Dawn

By John Reality , Cambodia, September 2011

Despite having a name that translates as Temple of Dawn, the beautiful Buddhist temple Wat Arun may be the best spot in Bangkok to take in the golden hues of dusk as they reflect off the Chao ...  Read more

Chatuchak Weekend Market

By John Reality , Cambodia, August 2011

The largest market in Thailand, the Chatuchak weekend market (commonly known as the J.J.) in Bangkok covers more than 35 acres. Thousands of stalls offer a variety of merchandise that defies ...  Read more

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