Holidays To Bangkok

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Bangkok is one of Southeast Asia’s hottest tourist destinations. From its glittering malls and ornate temples to the tasty local cuisine and charming local markets, Bangkok is an exciting adventure waiting to happen! Whether it’s a short n’ sweet weekend break, a month-long back-packing adventure or a two-week family vacation, holidays to Bangkok will give you a unique bagful of souvenirs and a priceless camera full of memories! The city and surrounds of Bangkok are a huge and sprawling landmass to explore, so we’ve included a savvy snapshot of some must-do neighbourhoods for you to make the best of your time here! Head over to Siam Square when you want a taste of everything modern and marvelous. For excellent five-star hotels, bars, pubs, and exclusive shopping, the sensational Sukhumvit stretch is your place to be. Get a taste of “Old Bangkok” when you visit the Rattanakosin area, which is where you’ll find the beautiful Grand Palace and the stunning Wat Pho Temple. Travelling on a budget? Khao San Road is a backpacker’s Mecca. The wide boulevards and tree-lined streets of Dusit evoke a taste of Europe, while the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Ratchadaphisek offers 8,000 stalls bursting with goodies galore! So book your all inclusive holidays to Bangkok with Travel Center, your one-stop travel shot for flexible booking, affordable accommodation, and budget flights!

Holidays to Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Montien Riverside Hotel - £549 PP

Bangkok

Thailand

5 Nights

Room Only

Holidays to Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Hotel de Bangkok, PRATUNAM - £539 PP

Bangkok

Thailand

7 Nights

Bed & Breakfast

Holidays to Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Hotel Royal Bangkok Chinatown - £564 PP

Bangkok

Thailand

5 Nights

Bed & Breakfast

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +7:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EVA Air, Thai Airways, Emirates, Air India

Languages

Kadai, Karen, Malay, Nyaw, Phu Thai, Yoy, Saek

Best Time to Travel

October to March

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Motorcycle taxi, Bus, Tram

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 53.13 THB

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Grand Palace

The most famous landmark of Bangkok, the Grand Palace features breathtaking architecture that showcases the craftsmanship of the Thai people. Built in 1782, the Grand Palace was home to the Thai Kings for over 150 years. The Grand Palace comprises of numerous buildings halls, open lawns, gardens, courtyards and a museum open to the public.

Safari World

Presenting the ultimate safari experience, the Safari World comprises of two Parks - the Marine Pak and the Safari Park. The prominent feature of Safari Park is its wild animals from around the world and animal feeding shows. The Marine Park features a jungle cruise river ride, water skiing, exciting shows and action stunts.

Wat Arun

A stunning temple, Wat Arun features colorfully decorated spires. Standing majestically over a river bank, Wat Arun is the most beautiful Temple in Thailand. A climb to the Central Tower of Wat Arun is challenging and showcases various sculptures and the golden image of Lord Buddha surrounded by decorated walls and detailed murals.

Vinamek Mansion

The world’s largest golden teakwood mansion, Vinamek is a major tourist attraction featuring a palace complex and magnificent garden. Displaying the perfect blend of European and Thai architectural styles, today the Vinamek mansion is a Thai National Heritage Museum. Vinamek showcases the antique furniture, glassware, photographs, porcelain and memorabilia from the reign of King Rama.

Dusit Zoo

The first Zoo in Thailand, the Dusit Zoo is spread across an expanse of 188,800 sqm. A fully-fledged animal Park, the Dusit Zoo comprises of an animal hospital, zoo museum, educational center, sight-seeing train, activities ground and a canteen. Showcasing a wide variety of exotic animals the Dusit Zoo is home to 1600 species of animals.

Giant Swing

A famous tourist attraction in Bangkok, the Giant Swing features a height of 21.15 m. The Giant Swing showcases exotic teak hand carvings and beautiful paintings. A symbolic swinging ceremony is held at the Giant Swing annually where Brahmins would swing and try to grab a bag of coins placed on one of the pillars.

Siam Park City

The largest theme park in Southeast Asia, the Siam Park City features an amusement park and a water park. The amusement park features a giant drop, rollercoaster rides, suspended looping coasters, Jurassic adventures and exotic towers. The water park is the more popular zone and boasts of the world’s largest wave pool.

Siam Paragin

An elegant flagship shopping complex, Siam Paragon comprises over 250 stylish stores spread across an expanse of 300,000 sqm. The Siam Paragon features a wide-range of high-class specialty stores, restaurants, a multiplex movie theater, an underwater world aquarium, an exhibition hall, an art gallery, a concert hall, a bowling alley and a karaoke center.

Democracy monument

An iconic landmark and public monument located at the Center of Bangkok, the Democracy Monument signifies the end of the monarchy rule. The Democracy monument comprises 4 wings that represent the Thai armed forces. The center-piece of the monument is a structure that resembles a palm leaf manuscript box holding the Thai constitution.

Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute

Recognized as a snake farm, the Queen Saovabha Institute specializes in the husbandry of venomous snakes and extraction and research of snake venom. A highlight of any tourist visit, this institute is home to thousands of snakes from around the world. The daily snake shows and snake museum add to the appeal of this institute.