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Bangkok is a city of contrasts and colours. Ranked as one of the top tourist destinations, Bangkok has everything to offer for travellers from all over the world. You will be surprised to find a huge mix of faces from all over the world everywhere you go. The numbers of tourist flowing to Bangkok are growing every year. Here are some of the best things to see when you are in Bangkok. This enigmatic city hold in the balance between tradition and modernity. Grown into a sprawling metropolis in last thirty-year space is taken by concrete skyscrapers, fancy shopping malls, luxury accommodation and world-class bars and restaurants. With such a mix and central location, Bangkok attracts millions of tourists every year.

You can find plenty of cheap hotels in Bangkok to match your budget. Bangkok caters to a wide range of tourist. Lots of single travellers tend to stay in cheaper accommodation and hostels which are available in all parts of Bangkok. Most backpackers in Bangkok tend to live in Banglamphu which is a Mekkah for single travellers. 

When is the best time to visit Bangkok?

If you cannot stand the heat, November to February is the cooler months. It starts getting hotter in March.


From 6 am to midnight the Suvarnabhumi Airport express rail links connect the international airport to CBD destinations in around 15 minutes, costing around $5. A slower Airport city line connects to central Paya Thai station, which connects to Phaya Thai Sky Train Station. 

If you are heading down to Kho San Road, a taxi would cost around $8.00. Airport limousine costs around 600/bhat. 

A number of airport buses run to the city

  • AE1 heads to Silom Road
  • AE2 goes along Petchaburi Road to Khao San road
  • AE3 serves Sukhumvit Raod
  • AE4 passes via Siam Square to Hualamphong Railway Station 

(The ticket is around 100bhat)

Getting Around

The best way to quickly travel between destinations is the BTS (Bangkok Mass Transit System) & MRT.

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