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Where to Stay in Bangkok

Written by admin on January 7th, 2014. Posted in Where to Stay in Bangkok

Bangkok is the center for a wide range of tourism: culture, boat travel, shopping, food,entertainment by day & by night. Bangkok is an enchanting colorful city that attracts many tourists. Each year many travelers from all over the world head to Bangkok for business and travel, especially in November through April which is the high season in Thailand. All accommodations tend to be fully booked during that period. For your convenience, you should plan ahead and make your reservations for a cheap hotel in Bangkok at least a few months in advance.

BangkokThere are many accommodation options in Bangkok. If you are looking for a big, high quality and affordable hotel, you would do well to locate yourself in the business center, which offers great shopping and entertainment. The sky train (BTS) and subway (MRT) provides rapid and easy transit. You will find many excellent downtown hotel choices in the area around Sukhumvit, Silom, and Siam Square.

For a more peaceful, less central situation, you can admire the beautiful scenery along both sides of Chaophraya River. You can travel easily by boat or by road, not far away from areas of historical interest (e.g. The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaeo). Those travelers desiring a more laid-back experience will appreciate the excellent hotel choices in the Riverside area. has arranged its hotel options in zones as follows, for your convenience in searching on our website.

Bangkok Travel Guide

Written by admin on December 29th, 2013. Posted in Bangkok

Bangkok MapBangkok, Thailand’s capital city, is the center of everything, traditional civilization, foreign civilization and material prosperity.

Thai people call their capital “Krung Thep” which means the city of angels. It was founded about 300 years ago to replace the old capital city, Thonburi. Most interesting tourist places in Bangkok are grand and splendid temples and palaces, canals and rivers. Furthermore, Bangkok is also a shopping center of all kinds of goods.

Bangkok at night is decorated with lights which shine on historical places, castles and temples. This turns the confusing city during the daytime to a wonderful, dazzling city at night, as if it was really the city of angels.





Attractions in Bangkok

Palaces   Temples  Parks   Museums & Theatres

City Sightseeing

CIty SightseeingRattanakosin riverine island is the historical heart of Bangkok. It is one of the most enchanting cities that many traveller from around the world wish to explore.



- The Grand Palace
- Wat Phra Kaeo
- Wat Pho
- Wat Arun
- Viman Mek Mansion

Cruise along the Chao Phraya River

Cruise along the Chao Phraya River see many magnificent temples and architectural buildings Wat Prayunwong, Wat Arun, the Grand Palace, Wat Rakhang Kositaram, and the Royal Boat House.


Bangkok Noi Canal

Bangkok Noi CanalThis canal is still charming for whoever wishes to seek the peaceful atmosphere amidst bustling Bangkok.


Out-of-City Attractions

Crocodile FarmCrocodile Farm, Ancient City, Elephant Ground & Zoo, Floating Market and more…



Thai Boxing

Thai Boxing

Thai boxing is both a sport and means of self defense. Contestants are allowed to use almost any part of their body: feet, elbows, legs, knees, and shoulders, are all weapons. The playing of traditional music during bouts makes for even greater excitement.

More details on Thai Boxing

Thai Massage

Thai Massage

This therapeutic and highly soothing form of massage purportedly evolved from rishis (forest-dwelling Brahmin hermit asetics) who relieved the physical stress of extended periods of meditation by adopting certain postures.

A school of traditionalThai massage is located in Wat Pho, where a two-week course is taught for anyone interested in mastering this arcane art.

More details on Thai-style Natural Healing

Dinner Cruises

Riverine Bangkok offers some of the capital’s most arresting sights, particularly at night when the weather is cooler and light reflections bestow the Chao Phraya River with flickering magic and romance. An ideal way of combining dining with riverine enchantment is to enjoy a river dinner cruise.

Cultural Performances

Cultural Performances

Thai and international cultural performances, including orchestral performances, ballet, mime and jazz and pop concerts, are frequently staged at:

- The National Theatre (Tel: 0-2224-1342 ) at Sanam Luang

- The Thailand Cultural Centre (Tel: 0-2247-0028) on Ratchadaphisek Road

- The Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (Tel: 0-2299-3000-9 ) on New Ratchadaphisek Road.

Details of current events can generally be found in Bangkok’s major English-language newspapers.