- 1 Where should I stay in Bangkok for the first time?
- 2 What is the best area to stay in Bangkok for tourist?
- 3 Where should I not stay in Bangkok?
- 4 What should I do on my first day in Bangkok?
- 5 Is Bangkok safe to walk around at night?
- 6 Where do the rich live in Bangkok?
- 7 What part of Thailand should I visit?
- 8 What is the best city to stay in Thailand?
- 9 Where can one find the most impressive malls in Bangkok?
- 10 What should I avoid in Bangkok?
- 11 How many days are enough for Bangkok?
- 12 What should I avoid in Thailand?
- 13 What things are cheap in Bangkok?
- 14 What must buy in Thailand?
- 15 Is Bangkok Dangerous?
Where should I stay in Bangkok for the first time?
The 8 Best Areas To Stay in Bangkok
- Siam Square. Siam Square is a shopping mecca, full of luxury shopping centers and bargain department stores, designer labels, and trendy fashion boutiques.
- Khao San.
- Bangkok Old Town.
What is the best area to stay in Bangkok for tourist?
Most visitors stick to just a few neighborhoods: Sukhumvit, Khao San, or Silom/Sathorn. These three neighborhoods are really the tourist hot spots of the city. But obviously, Bangkok is more than these three places, and there are some other really amazing, cool, and interesting neighborhoods.
Where should I not stay in Bangkok?
11 Places You Should Avoid on Any Trip to Bangkok
- Khaosan Road – overdone and overrated | © celblau/Flickr | © celblau/Flickr. Patpong.
- It’s not for everyone | © Jason Wesley Upton/Flickr | © Jason Wesley Upton/Flickr. Nana Plaza.
- Bangkok’s red light district | Paul Sullivan/ Soi Cowboy.
What should I do on my first day in Bangkok?
Bangkok Itinerary: Day One
- The Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun.
- Take a river cruise.
- Tour all the temples.
- Visit Khao San Road.
- Check out the floating market.
- Explore Chinatown.
- Visit the Bangkok malls.
- Watch a Muay Thai fight.
Is Bangkok safe to walk around at night?
2. Re: Is it safe to walk around Bangkok at night? Yes safe.
Where do the rich live in Bangkok?
From what I heard, many of the Thai super rich lives in Sukhumvit area like red bull and CP group owners. But since that area is very crowded, many super riches/ celebrities started to live in the outskirt of Bangkok like Ramintra.
What part of Thailand should I visit?
Best Places to Visit in Thailand
- Chiang Mai.
- Railay Beach.
- Phang Nga.
- Similan Islands Marine National Park.
What is the best city to stay in Thailand?
11 Top-Rated Cities in Thailand
- Bangkok. Night view of Bangkok.
- Ayutthaya. Wat Chaiwatthanaram at sunset in Ayuttthaya.
- Chiang Mai. Doi Inthanon National Park.
- Hua Hin. Coconut palms on the beach at Hua Hin.
- Phuket. James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay near Phuket.
- Krabi Town.
Where can one find the most impressive malls in Bangkok?
The 7 Best Shopping Malls In Bangkok
- Siam Discovery. Store, Shopping Mall. Prepared to be amazed at the newly renovated Siam Discovery.
- Terminal 21. Shopping Mall.
- Siam Paragon. Bakery, Food Court, Fast Food.
- Siam Center. Shopping Mall.
- MBK Center. Market, Food Court, Thai.
- Century Mall. Movie Theater, Theater.
What should I avoid in Bangkok?
10 Things NOT to Do in Bangkok
- Don’t… get a taxi that’s already parked.
- Don’t… forget to stand up during the King’s Anthem.
- Don’t… sit next to a monk (if you’re female)
- Don’t… buy rounds in a nightclub, buy a bottle!
- Don’t… carry your passport around.
- Don’t… wear shorts or a skirt to the temple.
- Don’t …
How many days are enough for Bangkok?
A span of 3 days in Bangkok isn’t long, but it’s enough to let you appreciate most of the things Bangkok has to offer. Exquisite temples like the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), and the grandeur of the Grand Palace are among the must-see attractions that you can visit in 3 days.
What should I avoid in Thailand?
Top 10 things to avoid in Thailand
- Swim at the southern Andaman beaches in the low season.
- Hire a motorbike.
- Go to tiger or animal shows.
- Go to zoos.
- Ride an elephant.
- Get in a taxi or tuk tuk before negotiating your fare.
- Sign contracts without advice from a qualified Thai lawyer.
- Get in an argument with Thai police.
What things are cheap in Bangkok?
Top 11 Cheap Things to Shop in Bangkok
- Flowers. Thailand is the land of orchids.
- Inexpensive Clothes. There is nothing better than wearing a branded suite that is beautifully stitched, and well-fitted to your body.
- China Town.
- Household Accessories.
- Shoes and Bags.
- The Silk.
- Coffee Based Drinks.
- Fresh Fruits.
What must buy in Thailand?
37 Best Souvenirs and Gifts to Buy in Thailand
- Flower Soap. Thai soap coming in all shapes of flowers and interesting fruits is not only beautifully carved but also extremely fragrant.
- Wooden Carvings.
- Triangular Pillows.
- Paper Umbrellas.
- Thai Keychain & Magnets.
- Thai Silk.
Is Bangkok Dangerous?
Tips for Staying Safe in Bangkok Thailand has some of the world’s most dangerous roads, and traffic fatalities are common. Be extremely cautious of drugs in Bangkok, as well as drink spiking in Thailand overall. Anyone—including tourists—caught possessing or using drugs in Bangkok faces harsh punishment.