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About Bangkok

The capital city of the Kingdom of Thailand is sure to leave you mesmerized with its glittering lights. The spirited city of Bangkok is marked with numerous historical and religious attractions. A true haven for shopaholics, the city is brimming with tourists from all over the world almost throughout the year.

A perfect blend of modern and traditional architecture, with skyscrapers and massive malls as well as age-old villages and temples; this city will always continue to surprise you. The winding lanes of Bangkok are dotted with tourists and colourful markets, with street vendors churning out mouth-watering delicacies. The city is also known for its lively nightlife ensuring you have an unforgettable experience.

The best time to visit Bangkok would be between the months of November and March whereas the months of April and May are the hottest. Travel within the city is fairly easy with the popular three wheeler ‘Tuk Tuks’ being easily available for your convenience.

About Bangkok Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport is one of two international airports serving Bangkok, the other being Don Mueang International Airport. The airport is located in Racha Thewa in the Bang Phli district of Samut Prakan province, 30 kilometers east of Bangkok. One of the biggest international airports in Southeast Asia, this is also the busiest airport in the country.

Choose Vistara when travelling to and from Bangkok, for a seamless and comfortable experience.

  • Places To Visit
  • Things To Do

1. Grand Palace:

A Buddhist temple that served home to Thai monarchy, Wat Phra Kaeo is one of the most sacred places of Bangkok. The Grand Palace is the epitome of historical structures in the city, with the palace being home to as many as 7 generations of royals. A massive structure spreading across 94.5 hectares, the temple houses a 26-inch tall emerald Buddha making for a stunning view.

2. Wat Pho:

The Wat Pho temple is known for teaching and preservation of traditional Thai medicine. Located south of The Grand Palace, this temple was built by King Rama I, as a place for healing. The temple now houses a massive idol of Lord Buddha adorned with precious stones. You will also find a traditional medical school here for Thai medicines.

3. Khao San Road:

Located at the heart of the city, the Khao San Road spreading over a massive 400 meter is loved by all. With restaurants, street food stalls, bars, clubs, massage parlours lining the street, you are sure to find everything you are looking for. A shopaholics dream come true, this road offers best of items, sold at reasonable rates.

 

 

Shop -

Bangkok is popular for its bargain shopping hotspots like Siam Square, Chinatown Market and Pratunam. You will find everything from clothes, accessories and jewellery to bags, shoes, sunglasses amongst a host of other things. Choose between affordable street stores to high end malls and brands. Every traveller must visit the popular floating markets of Bangkok with some of them being Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Amphawa Floating Market and Talin Chan Floating Market.

Immerse -

Immerse yourself in the spiritual city of Bangkok with a host of places that are sure to leave you spell bound. The culturally rich places like Wat Traimit and Wat Suthat should not be missed.

Explore -

Explore the cluster of islands surrounding the city with beautiful secluded beaches, rich flora and fauna and an exotic culture. Some of the most scenic islands that should not be missed are Koh Samui, Koh Phi Phi, Phuket and Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Samet to name a few. Don’t miss out on the thrilling water sports activities when visiting these islands as you tour through green forests and pristine waters for an unforgettable experience.