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Bustling metropolis

Bangkok has been able to retain its historical charm, at the same time evolving into a modern marvel to rival other world capitals. This sprawling urban jungle offers a wide selection of exclusive resorts, bespoke spas and wellness centres, as well as unique shopping experiences like the Chatuchak Weekend Market and is home to Thailand’s largest shopping mall, Central World.

Those seeking ultimate luxury should read our information about 5-star hotels in Bangkok, and if you’d prefer to see the full range, start your search at the top of the page.

Ready to explore? Browse a selection of Bangkok accommodation options below.

29 Sukhumvit Soi 19, Sukhumvit Road

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From $85 per night
21/100 South Sathon Road

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From $110 per night
1 Ratchadapisek Road

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From $79 per night
3/2 Thanon Khao, Vachirapayabal, Dusit

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From $369 per night
99 Kamphaeng Phet 6 Road, Talad Bangkhen

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From $21 per night
99 Ratchadamri Road

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From $77 per night
82/8 Langsuan Road Lumpini Patumwan

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From $54 per night
138 Soi 23 Sukhumvit Road

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From $56 per night
222 Silom Road

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From $63 per night

Bangkok temple

Cultural centre

Bangkok is Thailand’s capital and a bustling metropolis with plenty to offer. The city is home to over 400 ancient Buddhist temples and shrines; including the royal Grand Palace, once home of the Thai King and administrative seat of government and Wat Pho, where the reclining Buddha rests.

Venice of the east

Bangkok is often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’ because the Chao Phraya River flows through the city. Whether from a converted rice barge or on a modern luxury cruiser, the river is a national symbol worth ticking off your Bangkok bucket list.

Bangkok temple with river and beautiful bridge

Bangkok food at a market

Bangkok for foodies

Bangkok is a foodie heaven, and visitors have a plethora of options to sample local Thai food either from street vendors in Chinatown or from one of the several Michelin-star restaurants in Bangkok serving award-wining haute cuisine.

Party city

The capital is also party central, with an extensive nightclub scene, rooftop bars offering scenic views; the iconic Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower or the Banyan Tree’s Vertigo are always worth a visit at sunset. Khao San Road offers for more rustic forms of entertainment with beer and go-go bars both being popular with backpackers.

Bangkok taxi at night

The Chao Phraya River

Bangkok is often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’ because the Chao Phraya River flows through the city. Whether from a converted rice barge or on a modern luxury cruiser, the river is a national symbol worth ticking off your Bangkok bucket list.

Sky train in Bangkok

The easiest way to get around Bangkok while keeping it cool is riding the sky train. You’ll travel above the traffic below and also enjoy a view of the city from your air-conditioned carriage. The train usually takes the most direct route, with stops near most major tourist attractions.

Sky train in Bangkok

Five things to do in Bangkok

 

1. Visit the Grand Palace

Of all the ancient shrines and temples in Bangkok, the Grand Palace is the most famous and a must-visit. The palace grounds feature a complex of historical buildings including the ‘Wat Phra Kaew’ (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) and manicured gardens spanning over 214,000 square metres, sectioned into different courts.

2. Shop until you drop

A trip to Bangkok will never be complete without a shopping spree. The capital is home to the largest ‘lifestyle’ shopping complex in Thailand, Central World which features eight storeys of specialty stores, designer boutiques, fashion retailers and gourmet eateries, as well as an ice-skating rink. If you happen to stay in Bangkok over a weekend, set aside of few hours and hit up the Chatuchak Market which has over 8,000 stalls selling almost everything under the sun. You’ll be able to haggle for the best price.

3. Discover the untold treasures of history

Visit the Bangkok National Museum which is home to the largest collection of historical artefacts and Thai art in Thailand. Some exhibitions showcase Chinese weapons, gold treasures, precious stones, puppets, ceramics, woodcarving, traditional musical instruments and more.

4. Explore the Bangkok nightlife

Khao San Road is the capital’s party precinct and offers all kinds of entertainment options, from swanky bars to cocktail shacks. If you’re feeling peckish and are not squeamish, you can also sample taste all sorts of creepy crawlies like crickets, silkworms, tarantulas and even scorpions.

5. Get a new lease on life with a Thai massage

Massages parlours and spas can be found virtually at every corner, shopping centre, beauty salon and within proximity of popular tourist attractions. An hour massage can cost less than a meal in Bangkok, so don’t hold back on relaxation. It may also we worth to do your research to find a good massage parlour near your hotel so you can indulge at any time.

Bangkok city

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