Every last Saturday of the month there is a big Pool party at the SO Sofitel Hotel near Lumphini Park. It’s the hotspot for everyone who likes a good party in combination with an incredible location.
Pad Thai – Thailand’s national Dish, my favorite Dish in the world and the classic on every Street food market. It is a must when visiting Thailand, and I promise you that you’ll love it as well. You can find it with Shrimps (The original version) with Chicken, with pork or as a vegetable alternative. It’s a noodle dish with vegetables and spices, topped with peanuts and by choice dried chili powder.
Another Temple which is worth to visit is Wat Pho or also known as the reclining Buddha. The temple has a giant Buddha which is in a reclining pose. The Buddha is around 50 meters long and 10 meters high. The pose is kind of funny, to be honest. Other then this giant Buddha you can find some other buildings with smaller buddhas inside and beautiful colored roofs and buildings.
What is Bangkok famous for? Yeah for its amazing Street food and its several temples. One of these temples and the biggest one is the Grand Palace in the heart of Bangkok. All in Gold and beautiful colors it stands out from other temples around Asia, and it is more a complex of different buildings. The locals go there and pray so please respect them and keep silence inside the temples.
China town is another of these food wonders in Bangkok. If you followed me for a while, then you know that I place the food in China on the same level then the food in Thailand. Both are amazing, and China town combines both and turns it into a food lovers paradise with incredibly low prices. From roasted duck to super sweet little pineapples, everyone can find something here.
It is the fastest and cheapest way to get around this city with one of the worse traffic situations in the world. Grab is the best way to order one of these motorbike taxis; the driver will pick you up, you get on the back of the bike, and the journey begins.
The Chatuchak is the biggest market in Bangkok and only open on the weekends. It’s a vast market, a little outside the city center but next to a BTS station; so super easily accessible. It’s worth to visit, and maybe you find one or another item you always wanted.
Next to Khaosan road – which is also one of the things to do in Bangkok – is the Rambuttri Alley which has a lot better food then you can find on Khaosan. It is the Parallel Street to the Khaosan Road, and you should check out that road as well.
Everyone heard about this Street, and it might be the most famous Street in Bangkok. A lot of people hate it; a lot of people love it. But there is no way around it, and I think you have to see it at least once. The Street is filled with clubs, bars, food, annoying vendors from tailors over balloons with laugh gas in it. This Street is just packed to it’s maximum, and it is here where you can find all of the tourists.
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