Food Bangkok

Food in Bangkok – Food lovers heaven

I stayed for 30 days in Bangkok, and I ended up in a Food coma every single day. I couldn’t withstand the food, and there is so much to try so many options, and for such cheap prices, you must overeat. It isn’t only the Thai food, which is fantastic, there is a massive presence of international cuisine, but especially from Asia, which is unbeatable.

Thailand vs. Malaysia

30 Things to do in Bangkok – The ultimate travel guide for Bangkok

Bangkok – the mega metropole in the middle of Southeast Asia, home for 15 million people and home for some of the best food in the world. In between Street food, rooftop Bars and markets, majestic temples decorate the city. One skyscraper tops the other, and you can find as cheap or as expensive places as you want. This city has absolutely everything, and there is nothing you can’t find.

Things to do in Bangkok Chinatown

30 Things to do in Bangkok – #30 Stay at Back home Backpackers Hostel

Last but not least, I got my Hostel recommendation for you. In the previous 30 days, I showed you all around Bangkok, from markets over rooftop bars, temples, and activities everything is included. But after all this action and excitement, you need a place to relax and come down. If you’re a Backpacker and on a budget like me then I highly recommend the Hostel called Back home Backpackers in the old town near to Khaosan Road.

Things to do in Bangkok Siam ICON

30 Things to do in Bangkok – #29 Take the BTS or MRT to get around

There is an underground system in Bangkok? I didn’t know that something like that exists in Asia – That’s what my best friend told me when I texted him that I would take the underground to get to a night market. Yes – there is an underground system and even a Skytrain running through Bangkok, and they are often the best way to get around as they aren’t stuck in traffic.

Things to do in Bangkok neon market

30 Things to do in Bangkok – #28 Neon night market

The neon market has two dozen of restaurant where you can eat and sit, else than the other markets where you only have little shops who sell the food and you eat it while walking. All of the restaurants serve kind of the same food with little difference, so it’s more about where you feel comfortable and want to sit. The food choice is vast with fresh grilled fish, traditional Thai dishes, and all kinds of seafood. Prices are a little higher than on other markets, but therefor you can sit down.