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Cheap Flights to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

If you are planning to fly to Bangkok anytime soon, you will be disembarking through the Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport. Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and is very famous for its shopping districts. There are several shopping districts in Bangkok and each and every one of those locations will always to no fail have the best deals. Aside from all the famous shopping locations in Bangkok, it is also known for its temples, street food, festivals, palaces, and cruises. To be able to experience Bangkok, you need to see its culture through its charming and bustling streets, as well as the sights at night. Getting used to the climate in Bangkok is also one thing all travellers must know. The climate here is described as tropical wet and dry. It is one of the hottest places in Asia, with average temperatures reaching up to 35.7 degrees Celsius, and frequent rains. Despite its weather, Bangkok is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Even MasterCard has awarded it as a global top destination city by international visitor arrivals in its Global Destination Cities Index, reaching up to 15.98 million projected visitors in 2013. A condensed and well-planned itinerary is one thing that travellers must consider before arriving in Bangkok, as there are many sights and destinations to consider in this busy city.

  1. Songkran – It is one of the famous festivals in the city. This festival is celebrated from April 13-15, marking the New Year in its traditional calendar. What makes this a popular festival that attracts a lot of foreigners is because people throw water at each other and have one huge water fight in the city as a sign of cleansing in Buddhist culture.
  2. The Grand Palace – There are many temples in Bangkok and they are all worthy to be visited. To kick-off your temple tour, start off with the Grand Palace and Wat Pho. The Wat Pho is home to the world-famous reclining Buddha. Once you have finished walking and touring the grounds, you can head across the river for the Wat Arun temple and see the city on top of a temple.
  3. Riverboat Tour – The city of Bangkok is surrounded by water and going on a day boat tour will give you a better perspective of the city. If you are quite busy during the day, you can consider having dinner at one of the night cruises.
  4. Shopping – For the cheapest bargains, Bangkok is known to have one of the best prices when it comes to shopping in Asia. There are a lot of places to take note of in Bangkok to shop, but the list can be simplified by the well-reviewed places. If you want to have the best choices for clothes, shoes, food, and souvenirs; or simply just want to have a gastronomic adventure in the food markets in Bangkok, consider dropping by the Sampeng Market, Chatuchak Weekend Market, Saphan Phut, Pratunam Market, Khlong Toey Fresh Market, and Wang Lang Market.

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