Bangkok can hardly be called a tourist’s paradise despite being called the city of angels. It can shock a person first came to Asia. But if you are open to exploring and adventures, stay here for at least 3-4 days and you will understand that is real Asia and love this city like millions of tourists visiting Bangkok.
Local contrasts are amazing. There are wooden shacks without light and water and super modern skyscrapers. Street markets and bazaars compete with gigantic shopping centers.
Here it is difficult to get bored. You can travel on foot, by ferry or boat along the river, by high-speed train and on motor rickshaw. You will find where to go and what to see at any time of day and night.
Bangkok is great for smart tourism. Due to the wide range of Internet services we can say with confidence it is a smart city.
There are about 400 temples in the city. And each of them is beautiful in its own way.
Thailand is a kingdom. And in Bangkok there is a real Royal Palace open to tourists.
The markets of Bangkok are a whole separate world. There are a lot of them and they are different. There are universal markets where you can buy anything and inexpensive. There is a market for spices, toy market, jumble market, market for souvenirs and amulets, flower market and even floating markets. By the way prices in Bangkok are lower than in other places in Thailand despite being the capital.
You can get a bit to eat here at every corner. The variety of dishes is amazing. There are mostly seafood dishes. In many places still alive sea animals will be cooked right in front of you. It is hard here to find sweet cookies but a large variety of fruits will help you to lose a few extra pounds.
In the evening, visit Chinatown – this is one of the most memorable places in Bangkok. It is very pleasant to sit in one of the bars located on the roofs of high-rise hotels. Don’t forget the famous Thai massage. And be sure to look at the night city from the observation deck of the skyscraper hotel Baiyoke Sky. Get the lifetime experience.