This guide contains over 50 destinations to visit in and around Bangkok. I’ve discovered and explored all of these first hand from over 5 years experience living in Bangkok.
I have packed so many things to do in this Bangkok travel guide.
A few quick facts that you’ll learn:
In my Bangkok travel guide, you will find plenty of popular attractions and loads of other local knowledge destinations.
Even better, you’ll fit this entire guide on your phone or tablet. Forget about heavy books.
Which destinations are included in my Bangkok Travel Guide?
This ebook contains a huge range of destinations. Some you may have heard of, others are local secrets.
Discover detailed guides to floating markets large and small, fresh markets in back alleyways, and markets where trains charge right through the middle.
Start with the huge Amphawa Floating Market in Samut Songkhram, just 90 minutes from Bangkok. After exploring the canals, make your way over to the Maeklong Railway Market where a train passes right through the middle of the shops.
Closer to Bangkok discover the islands of Koh Kret and Bang Krachao, both situated in the Chao Praya River. Each island has its own small and unique market to experience.
Bangkok is a mega city with crazy traffic and over 11 million people, but it’s not all mayhem. Escape the madness and laze away your summer days in these small green oasis throughout the city.
There are small parks right int he city center next to Phrom Pong and Asoke stations, great for a quick break. Alternatively, explore the huge Chatujak Park in Mo Chit, or the Sri Nakhon Wetland Park on Bang Krachao. There is much more nature in the city than you’d first think!
Time for shopping? No worries, Bangkok has just about everything you need. Find the best shopping centers in Bangkok for cheap clothing, electronic goods, mobile phones, Lamborghinis, and much more.
Start with huge electronics supercentres in the city like MBK where you can find all your electric needs; cameras, phones, accessories, portable speakers, and drones.
Discover shopping centers like Pratunam and Terminal 21 which are filled with levels of wholesale priced clothing. Shirts, suits, shoes, dresses, whatever you need, it is there.
Learn the local vibe with an overview of the different suburbs that make up Bangkok. Everyone knows Khao Sarn Road, but have you heard of Phra Khanong, Ekkamai, Onnut or Thong Lor? This is where people actually hang out in Bangkok.
Phra Kanong and Onnut are the great up and coming suburbs with a mixed population of locals and expats. Discover great outdoor food markets, small local hang out cafes and bars, and a rooftop bar with an awesome view.
Thong Lor is the classy end of Bangkok where you’ll find a huge range of late night clubs, speakeasy cocktail bars, and fantastic street food. Ekkamai is just down the road with a huge range of Japanese food and live music pubs.
The Bangkok travel guide contains 10 of my favorite bars to visit. Some are located in the city, others in the surrounding suburbs. You will get a great mix of bars to hang out at 7 days per week where you can enjoy great live music, east tasty local dishes, and get really cheap beers or whiskey!
Don’t hang out at Khao Sarn Road for 7 days, explore the nightlife that Bangkok really has to offer!
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The destinations in my introductory Bangkok Travel Guide are just as exciting as the other 50, I’m sure you will find it really useful!
Why is your Bangkok Travel Guide unique? This Bangkok travel guide is filled with local destinations. Many of these you won’t find in other mainstream travel guides. I have visited these places first hand during my 5 years living in Bangkok.
Why do you know Bangkok so well? I lived in Bangkok for 5 years… yeah, that’s a pretty long time. When I wasn’t working, I was exploring Bangkok for exciting, local destinations.
Can I get a printed copy? This Bangkok Travel Guide is only available as PDF, however, that doesn’t stop you from printing it out!
How is this guide different to your blog posts? My Bangkok related blog posts give you an introduction to destinations. This travel guide gives you step by step instructions on how to get to places, their opening hours, and costs. There is just way more detail in here! and so many more Bangkok destinations.
Can I contact you with further questions? Sure, just drop me an email to [email protected] I generally respond within a couple of days.
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