Bangkok tourism

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The capital of the incredibly popular tourist destination Thailand, Bangkok also the most populous city. Several waves of development have taken over Bangkok, placing it ahead in terms of importance over Thailand's other urban centres. While Bangkok is at the crossroads of international air transportation, tourists also go about visiting other cities in Thailand including Pattaya and Phuket. Thailand itself offers an amazing variety of sights and attractions which include diving sites, tropic islands, sandy beaches, historical sights, Buddhist temples, and famed World Heritage sites.

Eating Out!

Thai cuisine is the national cuisine of Thailand and an important part of their culture. If you have an adventurous palate, Bangkok is the place to try an extensive variety of the local cuisine which blends several southeast asian traditions and is well known for its spiciness. Sour, sweet, salty, bitter and sharp are fundamental taste senses that are incorporated in combinations within all dishes. It is worth noting that pure vegetarian food is hard to find in this city, but not out of the question.

SpiceJet Recommendations!

Blue Elephant 233 South Sathorn Road

MBK Food Court Phaya Thai Road. | MBK Building, 6F

Nang Gin Kui Charoen Krung Road, Chinatown

Seven Spoons Bar and Restaurant 2-24 Chakkrapatipong Road


You could close a bargain, indulge in high-end fashion, and even have a shopping experience like no other in Bangkok.While the city has many a world class luxury mall, it is the street markets and bazaars here that are an absolute must visit. Plan your stay in Bangkok around a weekend to visit the Chatuchak weekend market, the world's largest weekend market which covers an area of over 35 staggering acres and holds 15,000 stalls. You will find just about everything here from traditional artifacts to foods and collectibles. Strike a bargain at MBK Center which also includes a famous food court, and Siam Square.

Places to Stay

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Events & Festivals

  • Thailand's festivals and events are celebrated with much gusto in Bangkok all year round.
  • Royal Ploughing Ceremony: This traditional ceremony marks the beginning of the rice-growing season, and involves rituals at the end of which a prediction on if the growing season will be bountiful or not is made.
  • Songkran: This festival is celebrated across Thailand as the traditional New Year's Day. A popular way of celebrating it is by holding playful water fights, as it falls in the hottest time of the year.