The Chao Phraya River at night

Romantic Guide to Bangkok

Bangkok probably doesn’t spring immediately to mind when you think of romantic destinations in Thailand. However, if you know where to look, you’ll soon realize that the Thai capital is in fact brimming with romance. If you’re heading there with that someone special, here are a whole day’s worth of romantic things to do in Bangkok.

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July 2, 2015 by
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Market stalls in Charoen Krung

Where to Find the Best Food in Bangkok

If Thailand is a country obsessed with its food, then Bangkok is surely the steaming melting pot that oozes down to the rest of the country. From fancy restaurants tucked away down tiny sois to popular street stalls lining almost every road, there’s a freshly cooked culinary delight around every corner. Whether you’re after a restaurant meal or a hawker-style dish, here’s where to find the best food in Bangkok.

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May 7, 2015 by
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Seeing a Muay Thai Kickboxing Match Like a VIP

Posing with the champion

Days in Bangkok are often dedicated to temple hopping, market meandering and street food strolling. But what about the nights? If the buckets and beats of Khao San Road sound a little intense but a sunset river cruise sounds like a snooze, there might be another option for evening entertainment – seeing a match of Thailand’s national sport, Muay Thai.

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April 9, 2015 by
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An Exclusive Tour of Bangkok: Exclusive Morning Buddhist Almsgiving, Grand Palace and Flower Market

Lovely view of Wat Phra Kaew

Bangkok, like all the world’s great metropolises, can be hard to wrap one’s head around. It’s a diverse, sprawling, pulsing city, and it’s almost impossible to know how to tackle it. But on a recent trip to Thailand’s capital, I discovered a good place to get a (very early) start – Viator’s Exclusive Morning Buddhist Almsgiving, Grand Palace and Flower Market Tour.

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March 26, 2015 by
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Exploring Bangkok at Night by Tuk-Tuk Tour

Shaved ice for dessert

Three wheels, bright paint, and flashing lights – nothing says Bangkok like the thousands of tuk-tuks that cruise the streets of the city. The front end looks similar to a motorcycle with handle bars for the driver to steer, but the back has a wide padded bench to carry passengers around the city. These quintessentially Bangkok vehicles are the best way to get around and see the sights. On our first night we jumped aboard our three wheeled transport and we were off to see the city as part of the Bangkok Night Food, Temples, and Markets by tuk-tuk tour.

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March 19, 2015 by
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Wonderfruit Festival

Wonderfruit Festival

The first ever Wonderfruit Festival took place at the end of 2014, without a huge amount of fanfare but much to the delight of the people lucky enough to attend it.

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March 12, 2015 by
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