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    Discover Bangkok

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    Bangkok is one of the most popular cities in Southeast Asia for tourists.

    As a big modern city, amenities are abundant in Bangkok but there is always something you can do to make your trip easier. Here are some of my tips:

    Currency in Thailand

    Thailand uses Baht, and there are plenty of ATM around the city that’s safe to use. For currency exchange, Super Rich is a trusted chain that many exchanges with. Thailand is mostly a cash-based country, so you best have some money on you when you arrive for transport and food.

    Sim card for Bangkok

    You can pre-purchase your sim card or WiFi device for Bangkok easily, and there are plenty of counters in airport that sells them.

    Transport in Bangkok

    There are a few key transport services in Bangkok, most common for tourist is BTS, which has a transport card called the Rabbit card. To save time, you can book through Klook and collect it by Klook counter by the airport skytrain terminal.

    Grab in Bangkok

    Grab is used extensively in Thailand. While metered taxi might end up being cheaper, the fixed price and being able to select the destination on GPS makes it a preferable platform for many. There are often promotions, too, making it more affordable. Do note that toll fees are not included in the car fare, so communicate with your Grab driver about it when you get on, especially from the airport.


    Day 1,Full day at Chatuchak

    The market started out as Bangkok’s local market, but eventually moved to this location in the 70s and grew to its current size. With over 1,500 stalls and 27 section, you might just want to do some prep work before your visit if you want to make the most of it. While I had only visited once, here are some advice

    Day 2,Siam and Chit Lom and Asiatique

    Catered towards the younger crowd, Siam Center is where you find local and boutique brands. One of the poshest shopping mall in Bangkok, Siam Paragon is worth a stroll even if you are not planning to buy anything. In fact, its ground floor is full of amazing restaurants featuring cuisine from all over the world and for all budget, too One of the most famous night market in Bangkok, Asiatique is right by the river and consists of 10 warehouses. Opened in 2012, it’s an innovative use of space that quickly catapult it to popularity. Beautifully designed, Asiatique combines sightseeing, shopping, and dining, with famous restaurants such as Mango Tango on site.

    Day 3,Old city highlight

    Venturing out of the BTS zone, we set off to the old city center of Bangkok to visit the three biggest attraction: Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun.

    Day 4,Take a day trip from Bangkok.

    There are so many great day trip options from Bangkok, here are some other options: Visit Ayutthaya with a local and enjoy a home cook meal at their shrimp farm afterwards! Take a day trip to the popular railway and floating market in one day. Enjoy a foodie trip to the Kudeejeen area – a hidden old community in the heart of Bangkok. hop on a flight to the indigo capital Sakon Nakhon in Northern Thailand and experience their farm life, too.

    Additional Info

    • Duration : 4 Days
    • Availability : 40
    • Price : $2500
    • Location : Bangkok, Thailand

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