Bangkok is a big city that takes at least 3-4 days to get to know this city. If you are a first-timer and do not have much time with Bangkok, this post is for you. In this post, I intend to share an itinerary for first-timers who plan to spend 3 days in Bangkok. Hope
Bangkok is a big city that needs at least three or four days to explore. If you have less time and want to get to know this city, you have to choose an activity that you want to do most. In this post, I am going to share activities that you should not miss when
Bangkok is a city that has several activities for kids. If you are planning to visit Bangkok with kids for 3 days, this post is for you. In this post, I aim to share an itinerary that kids will learn and enjoy. Well, this is just a recommended itinerary. Adjust it to suit your needs.
Bangkok offers visitors many activities for both kids and adults. Unfortunately, some are available only on weekend such as visiting Chatuchak Weekend Market, visiting the floating market, and so on. However, many are available every day. So, if you happen to be in Bangkok on a weekday for 3 days, here is the recommended itinerary.
Bangkok is a city offering activities for people of all ages. If you visit Bangkok with parents and want to find activities to fill in your itinerary, this post is for you. However, this is just an idea. Your parents might not be interested in some activities, so choose the ones that they like. Get
Suvarnabhumi Airport is the Bangkok’ s main airport which is not located in Bangkok. Instead, it is located in Samutprakarn Province. This airport is the main hub for many airlines. If you happen to have a layover on the way to your destination here and want to know the tourist attractions near Suvarnabhumi Airport, this
Victory Monument is one of the busiest transportation hubs in Bangkok. Unsurprisingly, the area is crowded all the time. This area might not be popular among tourists, but it is one of the best meeting places for many locals especially students and workers; they like shopping and eating there. Below is the list of tourist
Buddhism is the largest religion in Thailand, and there are more than 400 temples in Bangkok. So, if you want to visit them all, it could take up to one month. In this post, the itinerary that I share include the ones that are popular and you should not miss only. Day 1 The first
As you may know, Bangkok is a shopping paradise for buyers from around the world. Many visitors intend to visit this city in order to do a huge shopping. In this post, I aim to share places should be put into your itinerary for shopping in Bangkok. Feel free to adjust it as you wish.