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  • Bangkok is the capital of Thailand. It is one of the biggest cities in the world. The city has a vibrant nightlife, great shopping and cultural landmarks. finds cheapest flights to Bangkok at lowest air fare deals. This website offers wide choices of airlines and simplifies your search process.

    Bangkok is famous for magnificent temples and palaces, extensive canals, a vibrant nightlife and great shopping, that has something for every traveler.

  • Bangkok is the world’s hottest city. Bangkok is famous for Thai food,dining and drinking pleasure for sure will get in Bangkok trip.

    Bangkok has the longest name of a place; it currently holds the Guinness record.

    Bangkok is well known for temples with the presence of Buddhist temples in almost every street and corner. These temples are the symbols for the great culture of Thailand. Bangkok was named as “World’s Best City 2008”, because it is one of the friendliest cities in the world.

    All Thai baht coins have temples stamped on their back and all of these temples are in Bangkok and you can visit them all in one day.

    Tattoos are very popular among Thais and visitors. The cheap tattoo studios based in the back of a camper van that are found near Khao San Road.

  • The Grand Palace: The most visited attraction and landmark in Bangkok is Grand Palace. The temple is stunning attraction.

    Lumpini Park: The largest park in Bangkok. It contains an artificial lake. Paths around the parkare a popular area for evening joggers. There is a smoking ban throughout the park. Dogs are not allowed.

    Floating Market: DamnoenSaduak is the pioneer of all floating markets. Boats are with tropical fruit and vegetables, fresh, ready-to-drink coconut juice and local food cooked from floating kitchens located right on the boat.

    Chinatown: It is a colourful chaotic area lined with stalls, shops, signs, scents, and sounds and probably the highest concentration of gold shops in the city.

    Chatuchak Weekend Market: It is the largest market in Thailand. It reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists.

  • Singapore is a great place to have nightlife experience this only makes people trip to this city year after year. Here is the list to experience the night life, they are Cocktails at a Rooftop Bar, Bangkok Ladyboy Shows, Go-Go Bars and Red Light Districts and so on.
  • Yaowarat is also one of the most vibrant places in Bangkok to shop and eat.Chatuchak weekend market is one of the world’s largest weekend market and a heaven for foodies and bargain hunters. A trip to Bangkok is incomplete without visiting Chatuchak.
  • Riverboat Tour: You can have a relaxing and beautiful experience by taking tour of the Chao Phraya River.

    Watch a Muay Thai fight: You can find Muay Thai fight everywhere in Thailand. Thais take this sport very serious. Fighters train for years. Don’t bother seeing tourist Muay Thai fights on any of the islands.

    See a Movie: Even though it is not a new experience for tourist, you must visit Thai movie theatres. It takes the movie experience to the extreme. Theatres are quite luxurious.

    Jim Thompson’s House: Jim Thompson was an American spy and silk merchant in Thailand during the 50s and 60s.He made his traditional Thai-style home in Bangkok and decorated it with beautiful teak wood, a surrounding garden, and a traditional Thai design.

  • There are strange Laws in Bangkok. Be careful, do not step on Thai currency as it is also against the law.Thais love their king and it is particularly noticeable in Bangkok.You will find pictures and posters of king in almost every corner of Bangkok. It is illegal to laugh at a picture of king or to say something bad about him so be careful. In theaters, king’s anthem is played before the start of movie, play or any cultural program and everyone must stand to pay respect. Not doing so can also lend you in jail.

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