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Bangkok, Thailand
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£83+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Lebua at State Tower
£67+
Excellent 1739 reviews
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The Landmark Bangkok
£44+
Excellent 2028 reviews
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Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok
£43+
Good 1861 reviews
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Amari Boulevard Bangkok
£62+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok
£38+
Good 2 reviews
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Dream Hotel Bangkok
£57+
Excellent 727 reviews
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Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
£27+
Good 1 reviews
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Prince Palace Hotel
£43+
Excellent 1753 reviews
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Centre Point Chidlom
£45+
Good 5483 reviews
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Baiyoke Sky Hotel
£85+
Mediocre 1 reviews
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Millennium Hilton Bangkok
£39+
Good 1572 reviews
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President Palace Hotel
£65+
Excellent 3723 reviews
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Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square
£31+
Good 1924 reviews
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Grand President Bangkok
£89+
Good 1 reviews
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The Sukhothai Bangkok
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£83+
Lebua at State Tower
£67+
The Landmark Bangkok
£43+
Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok
£43+
Amari Boulevard Bangkok
£61+
Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok
£37+
Dream Hotel Bangkok
£56+
Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
£26+
Prince Palace Hotel
£42+
Centre Point Chidlom
£45+
Baiyoke Sky Hotel
£85+
Millennium Hilton Bangkok
£38+
President Palace Hotel
£64+
Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square
£31+
Grand President Bangkok
£89+
The Sukhothai Bangkok
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The Charm, Chaos and Energy of Bangkok

Whether you have visited Bangkok or not, you are sure to have an impression of this frenetic city. The colour and vibrancy captured in pop culture references to Bangkok pale in comparison to the real thing. Read more.

The Charm, Chaos and Energy of Bangkok

Whether you have visited Bangkok or not, you are sure to have an impression of this frenetic city. The colour and vibrancy captured in pop culture references to Bangkok pale in comparison to the real thing. The mix of tradition, entertainment, eroticism, religion, excess and poverty, leave a lasting impression on any who cross its path.

Bangkok Days and Nights

They say one night in Bangkok can change you forever. The best way to enjoy this fast-paced city is to leave your inhibitions and preconceptions behind. From culture to cocktails and carnivorous delights, there is truly something for everyone. Take a cruise on a balmy evening along Chao Praya River, followed by open-air cocktails at one of Bangkok’s luxurious rooftop bars. The city is famous for its erotic entertainment, flamboyant musical theatre and Ladyboy shows. Venues of choice for tourists include Nana Plaza, Soi Cowboy and Patpong, which is also the home of the chaotically delightful night market. The Khao San Road market is also a huge drawcard, both day and night, and is always a winner for incredible bargains. For a more chilled out stay, there is no shortage of impressive live music, jazz clubs and friendly bars. If architecture, palaces and temples spark your interest, jump on a tuk tuk and take a tour of the Grand Palace, Loha Prasat, Wat Prakeaw and Wat Arun. Along the way, chat with the locals in areas such as Rambuttri or the floating market at Damnoen Saduak, to get a feel for the way Bangkok used to be. For some expert guidance, try the BKK mtrip or Bangkok Shopping Guide apps.

Negotiate your way from airport to city

Bangkok’s major international airport, Suvarnabhumi, is about 30km from the city centre. The cheapest mode of transport to the city is the train. The Airport Rail Link Express or City Lines run every 15-30 minutes and will get you there in under 25 minutes. The quickest way to travel by road is via taxi, but depending on your expertise in haggling, this can also be the most expensive. An air of confidence can go a long way with the local drivers. If you don’t have it, opt for a metered taxi trip and save the haggling for the markets. As an alternative, the Airport Express shuttle bus service operates hourly from 5.00am to midnight and will take you directly to the CBD. If you happen to land at Don Muang, the secondary airport, you also have the option to transfer by train, bus or taxi.

Getting Around

Once you’re in the city it’s hard to go past a hectic and somewhat terrifying ride in a tuk-tuk. Find yourself a knowledgeable driver and you’ll cover more of Bangkok than any other method. Tuk-tuks, however, are slowly fading from the busy streets and many tourists get around on the efficient Skytrain (BTS) and Underground (MRT) systems instead. River taxis and express boats are an excellent way to see the tourist attractions and historical sites from a different viewpoint. Useful apps for a smooth stay include Bangkok Transit Guide and Airport Link Bangkok.

The Best Areas to Stay in Bangkok

Each area of Bangkok has its own kind of energy. The Sukhumvit district covers the spectrum of tourist attractions including shopping, bars, restaurants, historical sites and easy access to public transport. Banglamphu is a pretty little neighbourhood containing the famous Khao San Road as well as numerous hostels and hotels to suit all tastes and budgets. If you like to steer a little clear of densely packed tourist venues, it’s easy to find and book a five star hotel and treat yourself to some top-notch service. Long considered one of Bangkok’s best shopping and entertainment areas, Ratchaprasong won’t disappoint with its selection of world-class hotels.

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