- 1 Is 5 days enough in Bangkok?
- 2 Is 2 days in Bangkok enough?
- 3 How much money do I need for 3 days in Bangkok?
- 4 How long should I stay in Bangkok?
- 5 What should I avoid in Thailand?
- 6 Which month is best to visit Bangkok?
- 7 Which floating market is best in Bangkok?
- 8 How much is the entrance to Grand Palace Bangkok?
- 9 Is 1000 baht a lot?
- 10 How much should I pay for a massage in Bangkok?
- 11 Is Thailand cheaper than India?
- 12 Is 4 days in Bangkok enough?
- 13 Is Bangkok worth visiting?
- 14 How many days are enough for Pattaya?
Is 5 days enough in Bangkok?
So if like most people you only have two to five days to spend in Bangkok, before you jet off to the mountainous or beachy regions of Thailand, then don’t despair. In fact, I would argue that three to five days is the ideal timeframe to get a great overview of the city of Bangkok.
Is 2 days in Bangkok enough?
Two days in Bangkok are just enough to lightly touch the surface of Southeast Asia’s most visited megalopolis. But with some motivation and a few smart choices, you can really rack up the travel memories. Here’s how to spend 48 hours in Bangkok the right way!
How much money do I need for 3 days in Bangkok?
A budget of 2,500 to 5,000 baht per day is enough to stay in a three or four star hotel, eat at most of Bangkok’s mid range and high-end restaurants and easily get around the city by taxi instead of depending on the BTS, khlong boats and bus system.
How long should I stay in Bangkok?
However, if youâ€™d just like to see the best of Bangkok before moving on to one of Thailandâ€™s other destinations, two to three days should be enough time. For a more in-depth Bangkok experience, plan to spend five to seven days in the city.
What should I avoid in Thailand?
1. Places for backpackers to stay
- Avoid: Khao San Road.
- Instead: Sukhumvit and Siam Square are popular and convenient alternatives.
- Avoid: Bargaining a flat rate with a taxi driver.
- Instead: Insist on using the meter – it’s illegal for taxi drivers to refuse.
- Avoid: Ping Pong Shows.
Which month is best to visit Bangkok?
The best time to visit Bangkok is from November to March when the heat and humidity are at their lowest. Still, Thailand’s tropical climate could easily bring temperatures up to 90 degrees on any given day, regardless of the time of year.
Which floating market is best in Bangkok?
Top 8 Floating Markets In Bangkok
- Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.
- Amphawa Floating Market.
- Wat Sai Floating Market.
- Bang Nampheung Floating Market.
- Bang Phli Floating Market.
- Bang Khla Floating Market.
- Tha Kha Floating Market.
- Taling Chan Floating Market.
How much is the entrance to Grand Palace Bangkok?
500 baht for Foreigners. Inclusive of access to Wat Phra Kaew and Queen Sirikit Museum of Textile, which are located within The Grand Palace compound. You can buy tickets to The Grand Palace including Wat Phra Kaew at the entrance gate. Or you can buy tickets online now.
Is 1000 baht a lot?
Yes 1000 baht/day is a decent minimum budget, allowing you stay in single rooms (dorms/hostels are rare) or double/triple-up with fellow travellers, eat well (seek out what locals eat) and splash out for a couple beers.
How much should I pay for a massage in Bangkok?
First you have to pay 100 baht to enter the temple site while entrance is free for Thais. One hour of Thai massage costs 420 baht for foreigners. For Thais the price is only 260 baht.
Is Thailand cheaper than India?
India is, by quite some margin, cheaper than Thailand in every aspect – except from alcohol. Local activities, food, travel and accommodation are all significantly cheaper in India. Hostels in India average around 5-8 USD a night per room. Hostels in Thai cities such as Phuket or Bangkok will not be as cheap.
Is 4 days in Bangkok enough?
You could spend a lot more time exploring the city, but 3 days in Bangkok is a good length of time for your first visit. Bangkok is a huge hub for Southeast Asia and is also an excellent place to kick off a trip. No matter what time you get into Bangkok it’s a must to stay up late enough to get on a schedule.
Is Bangkok worth visiting?
Bangkok is definitely worth visiting. The negative stories do have basis, but there is so much more to the city than that. I would suggest to stay somewhere other than Khao San Road if you don’t want your experience tainted by travel-weary cynics.
How many days are enough for Pattaya?
So I would say you need at least 2 days in Bangkok before you move to Pattaya. PATTAYA: Just 2–3 hours away from Bangkok is Pattaya, you can travel here by BUS at Ekamai Station (you can travel to Ekamai station via BTS) from there you will easily find a nice Buses almost every 20 minutes to Pattaya.