Bangkok, the largest cultural hub in Thailand, is known as one of the top most attractive destinations throughout Southeast Asia. It wins all the hearts of tourists by Skyscrapers, Grand Palace Bangkok, ancient Buddhist temples, five-star restaurants, world-class hotels, delicious cuisine and friendly people.
If you just have 3 days in Bangkok, do not worry, that is enough for an ideal hide-away out of the city. Check out our Bangkok local experts 2019 to take more useful tips: where to visit, what to eat and the best places to stay in the biggest city of Thailand.
5 reasons why you love Bangkok at the first time
- 1 5 reasons why you love Bangkok at the first time
- 2 3 affordable ways travel around Bangkok
- 3 5 best hotels in the center of Bangkok
- 4 Bangkok destinations
- 4.1 Day 1: Travel like a local experienced expert
- 4.2 Day 2: The iconic lifestyle of Bangkok
- 4.3 Day 3: A cool escape from the hustling Bangkok
- 5 Best food in Bangkok
- 5.1 The Sixth
- 5.2 Bangkok’s Delicious Street Food
- 5.3 Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station & The Bang Rak Area
- 5.4 Krua Apsorn – Bangkok´s Best Crab Omelet
- 5.5 Thip Samai – Bangkok’s Best Pad Thai
- 5.6 Raan Jay Fai – Michelin Star Street Food
- 6 6 tips to visit Bangkok at the first try
The Grand Palace
Located on over 54 acres and was once the private home of Thai monarchy, the Grand Palace is one of the popular places to visit Bangkok inThai tourism. Travelers were drawn to its gold plated walls, Buddhist sculptures and elaborate paintings. Wat Phra Kaew is the most popular temple at the palace. Moreover, you will find a mural of the Ramayana, which is the longest wall painting in the Bangkok tourism.
Thai Street Food
There are lots of Thai dishes with five different flavors in every dish and they include spicy, salty, sweet, sour and bitter. Some of the best street food dishes are rice noodles, papaya salad, skewers of marinated and grilled meat, and multiple Thai desserts like the famous Banana Pancake.
Shopping at Thai Markets
Bangkok is the paradise for shopaholics that you can choose from open-air markets, high-end shopping plazas or their authentic floating markets. Particularly, the floating market is an amazing place to have an an authentic photo shoot session with your Bangkok-based personal photographer.
Bangkok is an ideal place for you to hang out and enjoy the night life in every bars, restaurants and a river cruise complete with magnificent views.
Bang Krachao Gardens
The Bang Krachao gardens is a perfect place for you to have a great escape out of the bustling streets of city. You can walk along the trails and see the unique houses on stilts that were built along the Chao Phraya River’s shore. Your photo shoot will turn out perfect here, we promise!
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3 affordable ways travel around Bangkok
Traveling overcharged in a taxi is probably the fast way to lose your money in Thailand tourism. Somehow, many taxi drivers purposely ride without their meters, so tourists might pay more money. Honestly, the standard for taxis in Bangkok is to ride with a meter that starts at 35 THB ($1 at today’s conversion rates). One thing you know for sure that you just get into a taxi only after they have turned their meter to 35 THB and only after they have confirmed that they will take you where you need to go.
In case, you could not catch a taxi that agrees to use its meters. Do not worry, it is helpful to use Grab Taxi App. This taxi service app is used all over Thailand and works similarly to Uber, but is much cheaper than catching an Uber.
Bangkok has a convenient transit system that runs until midnight and that costs much less than a taxi. There are two types of trains:the MRT subway, and the BTS skytrain.
The information for how much to pay and the types of rides will be shown on the ticketing machine at the station. You can also purchase tickets directly from the ticketing office inside the station. If you need to transfer from the BTS to the MRT, make sure to purchase both the ticket and the token needed for transferring.
After purchasing a ticket, place it over the entry gate to enter the station, and then save it. You will need it again in order to exit the station. Finally, make sure to grab a train map at the ticketing office, and if you have any questions, the people working the ticketing office will kindly assist you.
You cannot explore a Thailand tour without trying a tuk tuk. It is a small vehicle without windows or doors. You can bargain the price before getting on board, and should always start at around 60 THB (about $2), unless your destination is far. You should go for a ride in one at least once. So if you’re really set on taking one, agree on the price, split it with a group, and hold on for the ride.
5 best hotels in the center of Bangkok
- The St. Regis Bangkok Hotel(from 240 USD)
This place is top notch and is a great value. I have stayed here 3 times in the past. I would highly recommend stay here as the service is great and the breakfast is amazing. The butler even pressed my shirts for free. I really value that as I am a horrible packer and need my items pressed.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
- Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok(from 246 USD)
We stayed at Siam Kempinski Hotel for four days in Bangkok. It’s an amazing hotel located at the heart of the shopping district. The hotel is connected to Siam Paragon which we could easily walk over through a short sky bridge.The setup of the hotel is more like a resort as there are pools and large open space in the centre where buildings and rooms surround. Breakfast is great. There are varieties of egg dishes daily. They are special and delicious. We tried all different kinds during our four-day stay” said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
The room was nice and full amenities with beautiful city view. The sky bar is beautiful and breakfast is full of options. We were there for our anniversary in May, I was impressed by
your staff, thank you very much for helping me set up the room
All was perfect, will be back!” said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
- Le Meridien Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Golf Resort & Spa(from 113 USD)
We stayed here for 1 night during our layover in Bangkok. The service was fantastic, breakfast was delicious & the rooms were pure luxury. Waking up to a beautiful green golf course on the outskirts of a huge city was simply beautiful. The infinity pool was stunning as were the many water features throughout the hotel. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!!”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
- Le Meridien Bangkok Hotel(from 138 USD)
I was very impressed and warmed by the great service from Khun Aum (spa), she provided many details and also advice for the suitable treatment. It was and amazingly relaxing time at the spa.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Day 1: Travel like a local experienced expert
To make a perfect tour on your first day in Bangkok, you take in the must-see attractions in the area along the famous Chao Phraya River, the ancient royal district. You can find the magnificent Grand Palace and some of the most gorgeous temples in Bangkok like Wat Arun, Wat Phra Kaew and many more.
China Town Bangkok
China town Bangkok is always bustling with shoppers, sellers, diners, and tourists. You can find almost everything in China town, from gold, clothes to savory food and snacks. You can actually delve into the local culture, gain some useful tips in bargaining and avoid tourist scams.
If you have time, do not forget to check in Chinatown at night to try the food at the night market. There are many delicious dishes that you should not miss such as dumplings, oyster omelets, fruits, homemade ice cream and especially, Yaowarat toasted bread.
I and my partner went to china town by the bus because of the heavy traffic. We really like to walk around actually at night. We ate a lot of food for example noodles, sweeties, thai dessert, local bread in front of the bank was good but so many people. Overall it made us enjoy and haply to eat street food.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha)
Located on the same ground of the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew is another beautiful spot that you should not miss. Moreover, the temple is famous for the sacred Buddha statue carved from a single block of jade. The statue is an important cultural icon for Thai people.
The Emerald Buddha is a sight worth a visit in Bangkok – the gardens are beautiful – mind midday as it’s very hot and humid.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
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Built nearly 200 years ago during the Ayutthaya Period, Wat Pho is Bangkok’s largest and oldest temple. The highlight of -Wat Pho is the 46m long and 15m Reclining Buddha statue. In addition, Wat Pho also boasts a collection of more than 1000 Buddha images scattered over the ground, which is more than any other temples in Thailand. Moreover, Wat Pho serves as home to a massage school. Why wouldn’t you drop in for a traditional Thai massage after exploring the temple.
The massive reclining Buddha was a sight to see but the grounds do have other things which is nice. I’d say worth the 150baht admission”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
Wat Arun – The Temple of Dawn
Located on the opposite side of Wat Pho, the temple is famous for its massive 73m high “prang” (Khmer – style tower), which is decorated with Chinese ceramic tiles and colorful pieces of porcelain. Moreover, you can climb a little way to the top of the main tower, where you can take in a panoramic view over the Chao Phraya River. It’s also the perfect time to catch the breathtaking sunset view while standing on top of Wat Aru.
Visited with family inc two young kids. You couldn’t visit with a push chair as it has many steps, but could if you stayed at the bottom.
It’s lovely to see and approach is good from river transport. Markets located around where you can purchase fruit, drinks and hot food. Plus other trinkets and some clothing.
It’s impressive to see and is worth a visit if your visiting Bangkok.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
Chao Phraya Princess Cruise
After a long journey, it is time to just sit back and enjoy the view of Bangkok’s magnificent landmark by night. You can absolutely join a relaxing buffet dinner with a wide range of cuisines from Thailand, other Asian and Western countries. Moreover, a live band will perform music from the 80s and 90s against the view of Bangkok river. Therefore, if you are planning to travel to Bangkok, you should not miss this amazing experience!
We all had wonderful time on this cruise. Same like last time, we had some rain, but still we manage to have good time there. Food was amazing, service was very good and the entertainment on board was also superb. The view of Bangkok while even with the rain was amazing. Loved it and would love to go back for another experience. Really there is no negative point to highlight during my experience there.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
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Siam Niramit Bangkok show could be an ideal final stop. You will marvel at the exceptional development of Thailand over the last seven centuries through many world-class performances within 90 minutes. The special shows performed by 150 artists, reveal Thai long-standing history, rich culture, and religious beliefs.
* Opening time:
- The theater show – 8 pm (daily)
- Buffet dinner: 5.30 pm – 8 pm.
- The show on the courtyard: 7 pm
* Address: 19 Tiamruammit Road, Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10320
* Ticket price: starting from USD $48.52 (Adult).
Preshow and the show itself are both worth spending your evening time. I also enjoyed the cultural village. I did not see the elephant on the stage. Love it. Easy to navigate MRT and shuttle bus.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Day 2: The iconic lifestyle of Bangkok
Your second day will be a journey to discovering the energetic and modern side of Bangkok with shopping malls, world’s famous aquarium, and lively nightlife.
Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World
Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World is an ideal place to hide from the heat of Bangkok. It offers different activities that are suitable for both adults and children of all ages. These will definitely make the experience of visitors at the aquarium more insightful and unforgettable.
The highlight activities that you should not miss is “Shark Walk”. You will be walking on a transparent glass floor and under that, 5 species of sharks are swimming around. Besides, you can also see some chubby otters lying inside the tropical rain forest area or watch penguin feeding, divers underwater talk or dive in the “Open Ocean”.
- Opening Time: 10:00 – 21:00 daily
- Location: Basement floor, Siam Parago
It was one of the best experiences of all my life! You need to book in advance, they give you everything including the swimsuit. Check and request before you go, while booking, all the health conditions to make sure that you can do it!
AMAZING experience!”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Siam area is the pride of Bangkok, an open-air shopping complex, where creativity and luxury combine. It is a wide range of food here from Western food to Asian food, luxury restaurants to food courts. Moreover, it is also highly recommended to take a look and visit some cafe shops inside this area since many of them have a unique style of decoration.
After lunch, you can spend hours exploring numerous big shopping centers such as Central World, Siam Paragon, Siam Center. It has several high-ends brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Armani… can be easily found here. Moreover, shopping in Thailand is so popular that many tourists travel to Bangkok just for going shopping.
This is kind of like a shopping area which has both indoors and outdoors. There’s so people here so that’s mean that they got everything you need such as many cultures to good street food”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Night view from Mahanakhon SkyWalk
At the 74th floor of the tower, there is an indoor rooftop deck that offers you spectacular views of the city below. If you are more adventurous, come check the glass floor on the 75th floor. You can experience absolute transparency to see the bustling streets under your feet and a breathtaking sunset view. From the top of the city, don’t miss the chance to marvel at the changes of Bangkok from daytime to nighttime. This will definitely add a more thrilling yet exciting experience to your visit!
Clearly inspired by CN Tower – the place offers breathtaking views of the Bangkok Skyline. The staff were very polite, spoke good English and offered to take pictures. One free non alcoholic drink was part of the package and there were some discount coupons as well. The price was 750 baht I think per person while my 2 year old was free. Worth a visit for the views and the experience of walking on the glass”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Khaosan Road – Best nightlife in Bangkok
Khao San Road is truly Bangkok’s heaven for foreign backpackers with tattoo shops, Thai massage parlors, food stalls, and cheap clubs. You’ll easily find an endless supply of new friends from all over the world to meet and start random conversations with.
Moreover, there are mouthwatering street foods to fulfill your belly. You should try spring rolls, grilled meat as well as desserts such as coconut ice cream, smoothies… In addition, pad Thai is a must-try here!
Fun and safe place to visit. Plenty to see, eat and do. Street food is plenty and are quite tasty. No appetite for the skewered spiders and scorpions not the crunchy bugs but it didn’t stop me from photographing them. Thai massage offered at every corner. Out of cash? No worries! ATMs are scattered everywhere”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Day 3: A cool escape from the hustling Bangkok
On the third day, you can choose to get close interaction with Thailand’s nature preserves; learn more about the local exotic culture at traditional floating markets or visit ancient ruins to explore more the history of Thailand. Here is our suggestion!
Safari World Bangkok
This is a perfect place gain in-depth knowledge about wildlife. Safari World is divided into two main areas and the first one is Safari Park. This area is where a wide range of wild animals reside, including zebras, camels, giraffes as well as dangerous predators such as tigers, lions, and black bears. You will experience driving your car or riding the park bus through an open area where these animals wander freely in their own living environment.
The second area, Marine Park, offers different animal performances and entertaining shows. Particularly, the dolphin performance and elephant show are always highly anticipated by both children and adults. Besides that, giraffe feeding is also another exciting activity which allows you to feed bananas to these extremely tall friends.
- Opening time: Safari Park: 09:00 – 17:00, Marine Park: 09:00 – 18:00
- Address: 99 Thanon Panya Intra, Khwaeng Sam Wa Tawan Tok, Khet Khlong Sam Wa, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10510, Thailand
- Ticket price: Starting from 650 THB (~ USD $21.25).
Now you can’t fill in this space on the experience that you get from Safari World if you are here along with family and kids… Worth a visit when you are Bangkok.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
These markets offer you an interesting lens into Thai’s traditional lifestyle, an opportunity to try incredible local dishes and take lots of vintage-style photos. There are many floating markets close to the city center but the following are the most popular ones. There are some highlights: Damnoen Saduak, Amphawa Floating Marke, Khlong Lat Mayom.
Like everyone says, this is a great tour you don’t want to be missed while vacationing in Bangkok . The ride on a long tail boat is kind of interesting. Nui, our tour guy is good. He gives us some tips on bargaining and things to look out for. The souvenirs are decent prices if you do your bargain right. I just bargain 1/3 of the price they said and got the deals. Overall, great tour to book through Viator.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
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The ancient capital of the Kingdom of Siam – Ayutthaya
If you are a history lover, Ayutthaya is an attraction that you should not miss. This was the capital of the Siamese Kingdom from 1350 until it was burned down by the Burmese in 1767. Many international merchants coming all over the world set sail for Ayutthaya. Moreover, the diverse travelers and merchants coming to Ayutthaya had also strongly influenced its architecture and art. Therefore, many merchants from Europe proclaimed Ayutthaya as the finest city they had ever seen. Ayutthaya is highly regarded for its values and has also been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
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Best food in Bangkok
Bangkok is one of the world’s best place to eat tasty Thai cuisine. Here is our pick about the best restaurants in Bangkok to try authentic culinary.
The Sixth is a cool and hip little place with excellent authentic Thai food! With only five tables, run and owned by a young couple, the place has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Do not be confused with the barrier language, the menu is in English, and the couple speaks excellent English.
- Address: 6 Soi Tha Tien, Maharaj Road. Khet Phra Nakhon area near Wat Pho (reclining Buddha
- Opening hours: 10:30 – 17:15. Closed on Sundays.
This place has great food and service. Our food came out quickly. I got the vegetarian pad thai and raspberry soda. Both were excellent. The place is small and when I left, there was a big line to get in, so be prepared to wait if you go there at a busy eating time.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
Bangkok’s Delicious Street Food
Street food in Bangkok is tasty, quickly delivered and super cheap. You can usually have a feast for under 150 Baht! Bangkok is the street food capital of the world, and there is plenty of fantastic options to sample the street food. Here are our favorite streets in Bangkok to head to when we get hungry:
Sukhumvit Soi 38 Street
Even though it has now sadly reduced the number of stalls due to construction work of a new huge building, we still love with all the food stalls there. Sukhumvit Soi 38 is now more like an indoor food court, but still serves delicious street food.
- Address: Sukhumvit Soi 38 street
- How to get there: Taxi or BTS Skytrain to Thong Lo station and you are right by the street food area.
- Opening hours: Afternoon around 17:00 until late
This is a local food area. The Thai food is tasty and freshly made. The food is value for money. A must experience for tourists.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Yaowarat Street (Chinatown)
Bangkok’s Chinatown known locally as Yaowarat is a great place to sample some street food and is arguably Bangkok’s street food center. All along Yaowarat road, street stalls and small restaurants serve up some seriously tasty treats.
The mix of Thai and Chinese dishes on offer is staggering, and the smells are heavenly. A good strategy is usually just to try what looks and perhaps most importantly smells best to you.
Barbecued seafood is an all-time favorite as is flat noodles in pepper broth, dim sum and all sort of fruit desserts. Walking around you can find all kinds of Thai food, from Satay, pad Thai, barbecue spears with peanut butter, chicken in different variations, fried rice, noodles, and different soups, crispy duck and curries of all kinds.
- Address: Yaowarat Street
- How to get there: Taxi or MRT to Hua Lamphong station then walk 15 minutes.
- Opening hours: All day, but best in the evenings
I love this place – with the multiple street foods and drinks available. There is something for you to try and somethings are certainly different.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station & The Bang Rak Area
This is an old part of Bangkok with many restaurants and food stalls lasting for decades. Lots of amazing street food and authentic Thai food restaurants along Charoen Krung Road and Silom Road. There has Bangkok’s best roasted duck in Prachak. The rice is cooked perfectly and the Chinese sausage is delicious slightly sweet.
- Address: 1415, Charoen Krung Road, Silom, opposite Robinson’s department store
- How to get there: Take the sky train to Saphan Taksin sky train station, and walk from there.
- Opening hours: 08:00 – 20:30
We went to this “hole in the wall” restaurant as part of A Taste of Thailand Food tour. So worth it. We only had duck with noodles but it was the highlight of a tour that took us at least 5 different places in the Bangkok area of Bangkok. You can’t miss it…there are plenty of ducks hanging in the window and lots of workers scurrying around!”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Charoen Saeng Silom – Bangkok’s Best Braised Pork Knuckle
Charoen Saeng Silom has been serving their famous and delicious braised pork (Khao Kha Moo) in Bangkok since 1959 and they sure know how to cook the perfect braised pork knuckle! It is served with steamed rice and a tasty rich soy and vinegar based sauce with a lot of Chinese spices and herbs in it that goes like hand in hand with the tender and soft pork meat. The meat is ultra fresh and melt-in-mouth. In December 2017 they were even mentioned in the Michelin Guide for 2018!
This is not a fancy place, it is basic and about as authentic as you can get when it comes to a street food restaurant in Bangkok. Everyone from school girls to posh businessmen in suits driving fancy cars eats here.
- Address: 492/6 Soi Charoen Krung 49
- How to get there: Take the sky train to Saphan Taksin sky train station, and walk from there.
- Opening hours: 07:30 – 13:30
This is definately the best Khao Kha Moo joint in Bangkok. Super soft succulent braised pork leg with sophisticated blend of spices. Doesn’t have porky smell and not five spice-ish like many other places.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor
Boonsap Thai Dessert
You can walk across the street for some mouth-watering Mango sticky rice dessert at Boonsap Thai Desserts. They also sell other lovely Thai desserts, cookies, and sweets.
- Address: Along Charoen Krung from Saphan Taksin BTS to the crossing of Charoen Krung Road and Silom Road
- How to get there: Take the sky train to Saphan Taksin Station
- Opening hours: 07:00 – 17:00. Closed on Sundays.
70 baht – friendly service – more delicious than mango sticky rice at mango tango asiatique…..maybe the best in bangkok”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Krua Apsorn – Bangkok´s Best Crab Omelet
The legendary Krua Apsorn is one of the best restaurants in Bangkok, mentioned in the Michelin Guide for 2018. It serves delicious and authentic Thai dishes just as they are supposed to be. The owner used to work for the royal Thai family and has brought some of the recipes with her to her restaurant. Their signature and the most famous dish is the Kai Food Boo, an omelet with crab meat. And I totally get why as it is delicious, and has the perfect combination of juicy, fluffy texture with lots of flavors. Very tasty!
- Address: Krua Apsorn has two restaurants in Bangkok, we visited the one at 169 Dinso Rd (close to the Democracy Monument and Khao San Road). The original branch of Krua Apsorn is located in Bangkok’s Dusit district at 503 Samsen Road (near Samsen Soi 9).
- Opening hours: 10:30 – 20:00. Closed on Sundays
Get the crab dishes, they’re amazing, so generous with the crab I couldn’t believe it.
Must have dishes: – fluffy omelette, and crab with curry. Don’t forget to hunt out the greens – the stir fried cowslip flowers, the stir fried chayote – 2 dishes I’ve never had and now long for every time I think of them!
Easily a ome of the very best Thai food I’ve ever eaten.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Thip Samai – Bangkok’s Best Pad Thai
The small restaurant Thip Samai apparently has the best Pad Thai in Bangkok! As usual, one “Superb Pad Thai with small prawns wrapped with egg” costs 90 Baht(= US$ 2,70) and one “Pad Thai Song-Kreung with fresh deep-sea prawns, crabmeat, sliced squid, and sliced mango with noodle” costs 300 Baht(= US$ 9).
Thip Samai also has the most amazing orange juice I have ever tasted! It was so fresh and full of flavor! So if you go here, make sure to order the orange juice and not just another Singha (which you can buy everywhere in Thailand).
- Address: 313 Th Maha Chai, Banglamphu
- How to get there: It is easiest to take a taxi or tuk-tuk here, or use the app GRAB.
- Opening hours: 17:00 – midnight
I have been a great fan of Thai food especially Pad Thai and the Pad Thai that they serve in this restaurant is truly incredible! You will have to wait around an hour by standing in a long queue just to get a table, but the wait is really worth it. You will be surprised by the taste of the food that they serve here!”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
Raan Jay Fai – Michelin Star Street Food
The restaurant is owned and run by the 72-year-old woman Jay Fai, and she actually makes all the dishes herself wearing her signature black goggles and a black beanie. The restaurant serves crab omelets for many many years, as it was established by Jay Fais father seventy years ago. They mainly make seafood dishes and their specialties and must-tries are crab omelets, crab curries, and dry congee, all wok over a coal fire.
To be honest, the crab omelet is not the cheapest in Bangkok, however, and cost 1000 Baht = US$30. But for the amount of crab meat that you get in the omelet, it is not that expensive in my opinion as crab meat is in general expensive. Other famous dishes are their Tom Yum Goong soup (typical Thai seafood soup), and Drunken Noodles.
- Address: 327 Mahachai Road (at the intersection with Samranrat Road), next to Thip Samai restaurant
- How to get there: It is easiest to take a taxi or tuk-tuk here, or use the app GRAB.
- Opening hours: 14:30 – midnight Tuesday to Saturday. Closed on Mondays and Sundays.
Extremely delicious food cooked by the owner herself. I made the reservation 2.5 months ahead. We arrived on time and we were seated on time. We waited for our food to be served after an hour. But oh it was worth it!!!! Really delicious. They do not have airconditioners. Please dress in light clothing. It was worth it.”said by a visitor on Trip Advisor.
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6 tips to visit Bangkok at the first try
- Take a good map
- Be always smiley and ask:”what’s your best price, my friend?” before purchasing something.
- Beware Scammers: a Thai who approaches you in the street is after more than a chat.
- Plan ahead: Bangkok is not an eminently walkable city. Rather, making the most of this daunting sprawl of crowds, commerce and culture takes planning…
- Bring a photocopy of passport
- Dress up: short pants, shirts without sleeves and bare feet are not allowed in the scared pagodas and temples.
You surely have an ideal deal itinerary including many things to do in Bangkok in 3 days. Do not forget to check out Vinaday Go Reise which offers you a chance to explore more Bangkok authentic experiences. Hope you have a nice trip on this summer and good luck!