For those who love shopping for antiques and retro items, Bangkok has plenty of interesting places to offer. Bangkok’s night markets such as Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin offer the opportunity to get many interesting retro and vintage goods while shopping Thai style on weekend evenings. Another good place to do your shopping for antiques in Bangkok is Chatuchak Weekend Market and the area around it.
Palladium Night Market is a small night market in Bangkok’s Pratunam district. Every night the night market takes place in front of The Palladium Shopping Mall which is located just across the street from Pratunam Market.
Plenty of family friendly attractions can be found in Bangkok. The Madame Tussauds Bangkok wax museum and SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World aquarium are two of Bangkok’s highlights that can be visited on the same day with a combo ticket.
Asiatique the Riverfront is an unusual night market in Bangkok. Occupying a large complex of old warehouses on the bank of Chao Phraya River, Asiatique the Riverfront feels more like an open-air shopping mall than the real night market.
Patpong Night Market is one of the most famous night markets in Bangkok. The night market is located inside Bangkok’s oldest red light district – Patpong. Patpong Night Market is surrounded by go-go bars and beer bars making the shopping experience here really exclusive.
Nana Plaza in Bangkok considers itself to be the world’s largest adult playground even if anyone familiar with Pattaya and its Walking Street will really doubt it. However, Nana Plaza is most probably the largest of Bangkok red light districts in terms of entertainment venue numbers and definitely the place to visit for anyone looking for this kind of entertainment in Bangkok.
Thailand Visa on Arrival form is one of the main documents that you need to submit when applying for Thai Visa on Arrival that can be obtained at most of Thailand’s international airports, harbours and land border crossings. Visa on Arrival Thailand service is provided to the citizens of 21 countries, including India, China. Check how to fill Thailand Visa on Arrival form correctly.
Going on Chao Phraya River cruise is a great way of seeing Bangkok from a different angle. There is a large selection of dinner cruises offered and we were given a chance to go on the special one - Loy Nava Dinner Cruise.
Even if Thai banks in central Bangkok are not as greedy as at Suvarnabhumi Airport, currency exchange rates offered by them are still far from good. However, there are plenty of much better options for exchanging your money around Sukhumvit. Best currency exchange rates in Bangkok are usually offered by Super Rich.
Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) is Bangkok’s second airport and the main travel hub for domestic air travel as well as regional flights served by low cost airlines. If it is your entry point to Thailand, you might need to use Don Mueang Airport currency exchange to get local money (Thai baht).
Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) is accessible via a number of public transport types. Traveling by Don Mueang Airport bus to Bangkok City is a good choice because it is very convenient and not expensive. The journey by bus usually takes between 30 minutes to an hour, depending on traffic conditions.
You'll need cash on your trip to Thailand quite often, as it's still preferred payment option here. Only local currency (Thai baht - THB) is accepted in Thailand, so you'll need to get some local cash from ATM or currency exchange. If you'll be visiting Bangkok, you should find one of Super Rich Thailand currency exchange booths as they usually offer the best currency exchange rates in Bangkok.
Pattaya is a resort city in Eastern Thailand, only about 150 km south-east of Bangkok. Pattaya is the closest to Bangkok major beach resort of Thailand making it very popular with tourists. How to travel from Bangkok to Pattaya? You can get from Bangkok to Pattaya by private taxi, bus, van or train. Choose the best way to travel.
Ratchada Train Market, also known as Talad Rot Fai Ratchada, is a night market in Bangkok. Following the big success of the first Train Market (Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin), the new Rot Fai Market was opened in Ratchada area which is more accessible.
Talad Rot Fai Srinakarin, also known as Train Market, is a massive open-air night market in Bangkok. This market is quite far from central Bangkok but it's a great little gem to see and experience, especially if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and looking for a new place to explore, eat and enjoy shopping at the same time.
Bangkok has two airports - Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang Airport (DMK). Traveling between them can be done in several ways but the cheapest way is taking a free shuttle bus service BKK to DMK / DMK to BKK.
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is home for the contemporary art of Thailand and international artists. The masterpieces of creativity are collected and offered to all people here.
Flying to Krabi International Airport (KBV) is a very convenient option if you are planning to spend your holidays in Krabi province and visit Ao Nang, Railay beaches or islands like Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta or Koh Lipe. The only airport of Krabi province is located 15 km from Krabi Town center. The number of international flights received by Krabi International Airport is rising significantly giving you better chances to reach Krabi and its islands without connection in Bangkok.
The information you find online about getting Visa on Arrival at Krabi International Airport might be confusing as it's not included in the official list of Thailand’s Immigration Checkpoints providing facilities for issuance of Visa on Arrival. However, you can get your Visa on Arrival at Krabi International Airport!
Bangkok Bus service is still rarely used by tourists. However, even if Taxi in Bangkok is not expensive and very easy to find, using Bangkok’s public transport is a cheaper and funnier option which let you enjoy much more local traveling experience. Find Bangkok