Make exploring Bangkok easy with these in-depth itineraries and guides on where to go, what to see, what to eat and where to stay.
You can see many of Bangkok’s iconic attractions in the space of a day, plus sample some great food and enjoy the nightlife too.
From temples and museums to shopping malls and outdoor markets, Bangkok has more than enough to keep you occupied for 3 days in Bangkok.
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Bangkok is notorious for its gridlocked traffic, but getting around Bangkok is easy if you think ahead a little bit and plan your route.
Choose from a variety of Bangkok street stalls, open-air markets, and exclusive restaurants.
Bangkok shopping malls range from tiny and crowded to big and luxurious, making the city a great shopping destination.
Bangkok has two airports – Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang Airport (DMK). Read on to find out which airport you’ll need for your Bangkok trip.
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