6 Reasons Why I Love Bangkok

1. There are lots of places to explore

Bangkok is one of the biggest cities in the world, and home to at least 10 million people. If the sheer scale of the city doesn’t wow you, the eclectic mix of the past and present will - futuristic shopping centres sit side by side with centuries-old Buddhist temples – it’s unlike anything you’ve seen.

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2. Everything is affordable

Bangkok is one of the only cities in the world where five-star hotels can cost you as little as £100 per night, sometimes even less depending on the time of year you visit.

3. The food is out-of-this-world

Bangkok is not only the capital of Thailand, but an epicenter for delicious cuisine from all over Thailand. Tuck in to some true culinary classics like Thai green curry or Pad Thai, your taste buds will not be disappointed!

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4.       Thai massages are to die for

There’s nothing like a good Thai massage, and it’s an experience you just can’t afford to miss when in the country’s capital city. Get lost in an authentic full body Thai Massage, at a fraction of the price you would pay back home.

5.       Things get really interesting when the sun sets

Bangkok has one of the best night scenes in Asia, without a doubt. Whether you’re a party animal or shopaholic, there’s always something to do through from sunset to sunrise.

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6.       Its next-door neighbour is a tropical paradise

Soak up some sun at one of Thailand’s popular beaches. A short plan ride will take straight to the paradise islands of Phuket, Koh Samui and Ko Pen Yang. Trust me, it’s well worth the journey.
What are you waiting for? Get out of those winter warmers and pack your bags for warmer climes. Unlike the UK, this gorgeous Thai capital enjoys a tropical climate throughout the year, so any time is good a good time to book your flights from Tokyo to Bangkok. But there’s no time like the present, right?


go-indochine said...

Traveled Thailand 2 times and never disappointed about this country. Tks for making this article to share your experience. Very inspired for a travel blogger like me.

Anonymous said...

A Thai stumbled upon your blog. Glad to know that you like BKK.

BKK (or you can say TH) is like every places in the world. I mean we have both good and bad things, also good and bad people. Hope you see the first ones wherever you go.

BTW, I live in Chiang Mai, another province in the north. Don't know if you have ever been here. If not, plese consider this reply as an invitation.

Welcome to be our guest again anytime.

تور تایلند said...

Nice post. Thank you for the info. Keep it up.

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