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Krung Thep Maha Nakhon in Thai), is a crowded city with 8 million inhabitants, making up 12% of the country’s population. Bangkok has a tropical climate, hot throughout the entire year and rainy during the summer months, although it can be visited all year round.
So that you can make the most out of your stay in Bangkok, we have created a list of the main attractions to visit whilst in Bangkok:

Khaoson Road: The most touristic suburb of Thailand with a multitude of shops. By evening, the street transforms into an area to have a few drinks and get to know the other travellers. Cheap accommodation can be found here.

Bangkok’s Grand Palace: The Phra Borom Maha Ratcha Wang, popularly known as the Grand Palace was the place of residence for the Kings of Thailand. Constructed on the banks of the River Chao Phraya, it consists of various architecturally spectacular buildings and it is still used for official events.

Chatuchak Market: One of the most well-known markets in the world, offering between 8000 and 15,000 stalls. At the weekends it can be visited by 200,000 people. It’s divided into 27 zones where you can find an infinity of items.

Red Light District: The Red Light District in Bangkok entices a large section of the city’s touristic interest. The Soi Cowboy is the most famous in the city, one of the global centres of sexual tourism, offering many erotic spectacles and places to drink. Although prostitution is prohibited, it’s one of the major attractions for many tourists.

Other activities that can be done in Bangkok are to visit the 3rd largest shopping centre in the world, the Siam Paragon, enjoy the Thai food from street stalls to fancy restaurants, take advantage of the nightlife, enjoy a massage and the worldwide famous Muay Thai combat fighting.

Friday 2 October 2015 9:45 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Categoriy: Travel News

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