25 Feb 2020 - 26 Feb 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Thailand's capital Bangkok is one of Asia's most remarkable and dynamic cities, but its sheer size can make it intimidating when you're trying to choose the right place to stay. Whether you're interested in golden temples and palaces, thrifty shopping or vibrant nightlife, each area of Bangkok has its strengths.
Read Skyscanner Australia's recommendations for where to stay in Bangkok to match your tastes and your budget, and compare the best hotels in Bangkok so you'll have more travel money left over for memorable experiences.
The Old City is where you'll find the big tourist draws like the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) and City Pillar Shrine – all close together and easy to walk between, as long as you're wearing appropriate clothing. It's also the home of Khao San Road, Bangkok's infamous backpacker district with a party atmosphere and some of the cheapest hostels and hotels in the city.
The hub of Bangkok's nightlife, Sukhumvit is an 18-kilometre stretch of shopping, dining, bars and night spots, well-connected by the elevated BTS Skytrain so you can avoid the traffic. Not as cheap as the Old City, Sukhumvit has a more contemporary and cosmopolitan flair that blends the old and new. Families may prefer to look elsewhere however, as it's also the home of Bangkok's Red Light District.
If you want to be close to the shops, Siam hotels put you on the threshold of Thailand's biggest and best malls, including CentralWorld Bangkok, MBK, the Siam Center and Siam Paragon. The area is also well-connected to the rest of Bangkok and Suvarnabhumi Airport by the Skytrain. Hotels are available for all budgets.
If you're templed out, there's more to see in Bangkok beyond the obvious. Follow Skyscanner's directions to the best sights in Bangkok down high streets and sois.
A popular day trip from Bangkok, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya is a couple of hours away by train or minibus. Siam's ancient capital, Ayutthaya’s palaces, temples and stone Buddhas have been well-preserved and restored, and can be explored at your leisure on foot or bicycle.
Bangkok has everything but beaches, which is easily remedied by making the short trip east along the coast to Pattaya. Popular with locals and travellers, the former fishing village is today a thriving city of bars, eateries and family attractions where you'll still find some traditional Thai flavour at the Sanctuary of Truth and Wat Phra Yai.
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Love it! One of my favourite holiday destinations ever. Food is delicious, city is overwhelming and the people so friendly
So easy to get around. Download the GRAB app for cheap and reliable transportation. Also download Bangkok itinerary apps and use as a reference for locations. Skytrain and MRT are excellent. Go to Terminal 21. Check out the snake farm. A hidden gem. Stayed at Asoke Clover Hotel across from Terminal 21 and close to Skytrain.
Thais are sweet and soft spoken ,food varieties endless beaches are ecstatic
You must go to Chinatown! A lot of thing to explore there and a lot of street food