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Bangkok travel blog: How to get to Bangkok?

How to get to Bangkok-bangkok-thailand

Nok Air Airlines with regular discount policy is the best choice of many travelers.

A cheap flight from Nok Air or Air Asia will take you to Bangkok immediately. The price for a normal two-way flight is about 400 dollars if you depart from India. And if you hunt for cheap tickets, the cost for a pair of two-way tickets is only about 150 dollars to 200 dollars. The fare will be cheaper if you book 3 to 4 months and avoid the peak tourism summers.


Getting from Bangkok Airport to the city center

Don Muang airport-bangkok-thailand

Bangkok has two airports, Don Muang (Don Mueang) and Suvarnabhumi, both far from the city center. You need to look carefully at the ticket to find out which airport you are in and choose the right way to move to the center.

Bangkok travel blog: Where to stay in Bangkok?

Pratunam area-hotel-bangkok-thailand The good place will help you enjoy a more complete holiday. Cheap areas: Khao San Road, Chinatown, alleys in Sukhumvit (far subway station), Bangkok suburbs. Khao San Road-bangkok-thailand Medium areas: Pratunam area, alleys on Sukhumvit, Siam (near the train station), Old Town, Lumpini Park, Chatuchak,…

Bangkok experience: Best places to visit, top things to do, best outstanding activities in Bangkok.

Top sightseeing and activities places in Bangkok.

Safari World Bangkok: Asia’s largest open zoo with hundreds of animal species around the world. Suitable for groups, families with young children. Open from 9 am to 5 pm every day. Ticket price is 54 dollars.

Safari World Bangkok-bangkok-thailand

Discover the only open zoo in Thailand – Safari World Bangkok.

Dream World Bangkok: Bangkok’s Disney Land with hundreds of exciting games. Suitable for couples, young families, groups of friends, … Open from 10 am to 5 pm every day.

Siam Park Bangkok: A land of endless fun with the world’s largest artificial beach and adventure water games with cool snowflakes in Snow Town Bangkok


Thai is the country’s national language but you’ll have no problem speaking English with the country’s people, especially in the main tourist sites, but since speaking the common tongue is always recommended, here are a few phrases in Thai you can learn and that could come in handy

Hi/Good morning: Sawatdi kha (woman): khap (man)

Thank you : Kop khoun kha (woman); khap (man)

Goodbye: La khon

Happy birthday : Souksan wan keut

I love you : Chan rak thur


In Thailand, the official currency is the baht and one dollar equals around 33 bahts. To get the best exchange rates, get your cash ready but don’t convert that money to bahts in the airport. Instead, wait until you get to Bangkok and ask to gets bahts for your dollars at the local exchange offices. You’ll find many at Sukhumvit Soi 11 for example.


November to February, when the temperature and precipitation levels are kind and low. But because of the pleasant weather, it is also the peak season. High season begins in November and ends in April, around Songkran Festival (Thai New Year, April 13-15). If you’re visiting within this period, prepare to share the city with millions of other tourists.


Ratchada, Bangkok View of Ratchada Night Market from Esplanade Mall. Words and photo by Astrid Alvarez.

Ratchada (Train Night Market). Cheap thrills are always fun, and the colorful rows of tent stalls of Ratchada (New Rot Fai Market) will never leave you wanting. It will absolutely fill your stomachs with the wide selection of affordable Thai cuisine and international dishes— snacks, street food, sweets, exotic delicacies, and milk teas! The market also offers affordable clothing, accessories, shoes, and many more!

Nearest Train Station: Bangkok MRT Thailand Cultural Centre Station. Take Exit 3, then walk towards Esplanade Mall. Ratchada is located just beside the mall.

Opening Hours: 5pm-1am (Sunday-Friday); 8:15am-2:15am (Saturday)

Platinum Fashion Mall. Located smack in the middle of Pratunam, a major market area, the Platinum Fashion Mall is one of the biggest shopping destinations in the city. While they specialize in wholesale, they also sell apparel and accessories in retail quantities.

How to get here: Just take the BTS Skytrain System and get off at Siam Station. To get to Platinum Mall from Siam Square, walk down Rama I Road until you reach CentralWorld. (You’ll pass by Wat Pathum Wanaram, a temple.) Turn left onto Ratchadamri Road and go ahead until you reach the first perpendicular road after the bridge, Road Phetchaburi. Turn left, walk past Hotel Novotel, and you’ll see Platinum Wall on your left.

Opening hours: 10am – 8pm

Chatuchak Weekend Market. A labyrinth made of shops, once popular only to wholesale traders but eventually became a favorite attraction among tourists. Here you’ll find almost anything you can think of: from souvenirs to flowers to clothes to furniture.

Nearest BTS Station: Mo Chit Station, take exit 1.



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