When you tour Bangkok, you’re immersing yourself in a city of contrasts. From its homage to ancient cultures to the ultra-modern skyscrapers that line the downtown area, you’ll soon discover why this lively metropolis wins so many “World’s Best City” awards from various publications. Some claim, it’s the perfect mixture of food, friendly citizens, shopping, and things to do.

Step into Krung Thep, or The City of Angels, and let your adventure begin. You might be confused when you first arrive; where, exactly, are these angels? But a close look at the smiling people will soon make it obvious. You can see more of this care and attention to detail in the many temples that dot the city’s landscape, as well as their daily lives. Thai arts and crafts are indicative of this…especially their culinary art.

If you’re visiting Bangkok for the food, you’re in good company. Did you know there are 50,000+ places to eat in Bangkok alone? Whether you’re here for five-star dining or a funky little café, you’ll find all kinds of gastronomical delights when you arrive. But here’s a secret: head down to the streets instead of the restaurants. The street food is a bargain, and praised by locals and visitors alike.

If you’re not eating or relaxing, you’re probably shopping. Sightseeing in Bangkok always includes some sort of purchasing spree, whether it’s clothing, crafts, artwork, or that perfect piece of furniture for your living room.

Don’t think you have to head to bed just because the sun has gone down. The nightlife here is hopping with clubs, glowing lights, and river cruises.

What will you do in Bangkok?



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  1. Love the video and helpful too so I can make the most of my travel plans! Will surely take note of these for my booked vacation in Bangkok on October 10, 2017. Travelling solo from Bangkok then will go to Cambodia after. Anyone who is planning to do the same? lol

  2. I love all your travel guide videos and i am a globetrotter myself and i have been to some cities in the world your video motivate me to travel more and can you pls make a video of Istanbul Turkey? I would really love that so much thanks.

  3. I think Thailand will be the next Asian country I will visit. I also read it's the cheapest tourist destination in the world. But she may be right about steamy climate. Someone told me there is no difference in temp/humidity between summer and winter.

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