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Bangkok

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, and the energetic powerhouse of the country has a charm that can sometimes be hidden beneath its soaring skyscrapers. But look beyond the flashy buildings and you will discover that this cosmopolitan and vibrant city is a feast for the senses, from its glittering skyline, to its mouth-watering cuisine, and its loud marketplaces to its serene temples. 

If you are deciding where to stay in Bangkok, there are neighbourhoods that cater to specific holiday tastes, whether you’re visiting for business, for a shopping holiday, a sightseeing tour or are just stopping over on an onward journey, there is an area that will perfectly fit your needs.

Where should you stay in Bangkok?

Siam 

If you’ve come to Bangkok to indulge a shopping habit, then look no further. Siam Square is a shopaholic’s dream destination. Siam Square is where the city’s major malls are located, such as MBK and Siam Paragon. There are a good variety of eateries, as well as moderate and affordable hotels and family friendly attractions here, but if you’re after nightlife it can be a little dead. Siam is ideal if you want to engage in a little retail therapy, are with your family, or simply love being in a central location.  

Sukhumvit

This neighbourhood of Bangkok is a great place to stay if you like a little bit of everything, and don’t mind a little travel. The hotels here tend to be on the pricier side because Sukhumvit will give you access to excellent restaurants and great shopping, with the added bonus of being home to a lively nightlife and clubbing scene. The main attractions are more of a trek, but it is right by a BTS Skytrain stop that can take you to the major sites. Be warned though, this isn’t a great area for families as the Red Light District is just a stone’s throw away.

The Riverside

The riverside of the city is probably the plushest part of the city, with luxury hotels huddled against the banks of the river offering some of the best views in the city. This is a brilliant location if you want to treat yourself, but also want to be within close proximity of shops, bars, restaurants and the city attractions. This is a particularly good location for couples looking to enjoy a little romance in Bangkok as you can book a tour down the river as the sun goes down, which really feels intimate and serene, despite being in the centre of the city.

Khao San Road

Renowned throughout the city as the backpacker mecca, Khao San Road draws a huge portion of tourists to its famed neon-coloured avenue. There are more bars and restaurants than you can count down Khao San Road, and its location to the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, makes it incredibly convenient.  However, perhaps its biggest advantage is that it is one of the cheapest places to stay in the city, and budget hotels and hostels are very easy to secure in this part of Bangkok, so if you’re looking for somewhere affordable, but still want to be in the centre of the action, then this is your ticket.

Transport in Bangkok

There are several ways to get around Bangkok: you can take taxis, or the little tuk-tuks that weave in and out of the heavy traffic of the city, or if you are lucky enough to be next to a station, hop on the Bangkok BTS Skytrain. There are two lines, but these hit many of the city’s main areas, and are very reliable and efficient. Just keep in mind that Skytrain services stop around midnight.