Why Bangkok is interesting to visit ?

Bangkok is an exotic, friendly, and beautiful city in southern Thailand. It is the capital of Thailand, it has over eight million people and it is the cultural center of the country. It’s a place of outrageous nightlife and beautiful temples, of delicious food and sweltering heat, of crowded streets and massive markets. There is no lack of things to see and do in the city, but there are also many travel tips to keep in mind while travelling through Bangkok. Weather you buy Bangkok day tours package or explore Bangkok on your own.  This tips are very useful.Bangkok Boat

Things you should to know to make your visiting to Bangkok enjoyable

Some Basics &  Quick tips

Pasa Thai (Thai language)

Thai is the main language spoken in Bangkok, but due to the booming tourist industry, many people speak English (learn a few Thai phrases, though- the effort will be appreciated).

Link to Thai language

Money is Matter

The unit of currency is the Baht (THB), often misspelled “Bath” on the street. One US dollar is about 30-32 Baht. Prices are very inexpensive in Thailand making Thailand a major hotspot for Western tourists.

Link to Exchange rate and what money worth in Thai Baht

You don’t have to tip for services at restaurants like in many other countries, but it is certainly appreciated.

Food and Water

Food and water safety is another major issue here. Don’t drink the tap water in your hotel or in restaurants. Drink only bottled water. Don’t eat street food that might spoil in the heat. Although Thai cuisine is delicious and there are street vendors nearly everywhere, you don’t want to spend your time in Bangkok sick from this food.

The Streets

The traffic in Bangkok is overwhelming- it’s extremely congested, and even crossing the street is dangerous! Due to the large population, there are many options for transportation: the Metro, the SkyTrain, the boat network, the buses, taxis, and tuk-tuks.

Although the three-wheeled, motorized tuk-tuks aren’t the most cost-effective way of getting around the city (agree on a price before getting in-sometimes you can go for very cheap!), they are such a huge part of Bangkok that it’s worth just riding in one at least once!

Markets

Bangkok has an impressive number of markets, and they are the perfect places to buy Thai clothing, food, and crafts. You can find some pretty amazing prices, but be prepared to haggle- you can almost always bargain for a cheaper price! But don’t be afraid to walk away if you think you’re getting ripped off.

Warning

Be careful of personal belongings in the markets and busy place such as temple and sky train station. There are lurking pickpockets.

Markets

Bangkok has an impressive number of markets, and they are the perfect places to buy Thai clothing, food, and crafts. You can find some pretty amazing prices, but be prepared to haggle- you can almost always bargain for a cheaper price! But don’t be afraid to walk away if you think you’re getting ripped off.

Warning

Be careful of personal belongings in the markets and busy place such as temple and sky train station. There are lurking pickpockets.

Main Sightseeing

Market

If you’re in the city on a weekend, go to the Chatuchak Weekend Market, which has thousands of stalls that offer everything you could possibly imagine. Although it’s crowded (try going in the morning before it gets too hot), it’s worth a trip to just experience something so large in size and so rich in Thai culture.

Another really interesting market is the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Vendors are all in small boats and they primarily sell fruits and vegetables. You have the option of standing on land or renting a small boat as well. Although this is rather touristy, there aren’t many other places in the world that have floating markets!

Floating market runs during weekend is also including Amphawa floating  market, Bangnamphoung floating market, Klong ladmayom floating market, Don wai floating market and Amphawa floating market.

Museums

If you prefer somewhere less crowded, Bangkok has many museums that are interesting and attractive. There are two that I particularly recommend:

The National Museum is a stunning building with a huge collection of Thai art and architecture.

The Jim Thompson House is a rather large compound that houses art, antiques, and an interesting blend of both Thai and European interior design.

Nightlife

If you’re looking for some really unique nightlife, there are two spots in Bangkok that will leave a very lasting impression of your Things to do in Bangkok one day trip.

Soi Cowboy is the city’s very tourist-heavy sex district- it’s a street full of fluorescent lights and go-go bars.

Khao San Road, meanwhile, was the coolest place I went to in Bangkok. While there are plenty of clubs and cheap bars (mobile bars are really popular here too), there are also Thai restaurants, Western fast-food chains, cafes, street vendors and performers, and people from all over the world having fun and enjoying the city. It’s a place where Thailand meets the West, and this blend of so many cultures makes Khao San Road an interesting place.

Rod fai market in Ratchada road , A market that has a lot of food and cools stuff selling at night.

Bangkok is a fast-paced city with no lack of things to see and do. Although it can be quite hot and crowded, its spectacular palaces, museums, and temples, active nightlife, and strong sense of culture make Bangkok trips the most fun and exciting. Regardless of arrange the trip by booking Things to do in Bangkok one day tour or explore the city on your own.