In 2012, Viator sent two teams of two travel videographers around Europe and North America with our Dream Travel Job project. For 60 days each, they traveled, took Viator tours, and filmed. This year we have Asha from our Europe team and Brock from the North America team back to do it all again in [...]
Tag Archives: Bangkok
March 18, 2013
Thailand is a bigger country than most people think. Anybody wanting to go there and see all the nooks and crannies in one go will quickly find that you can use up your entire vacation in Southeast Asia exploring just this one country. That is why your time would be better served by prioritizing the more well-known sites. For a first timer, your first stop is Bangkok.
January 21, 2013
For a country in Southeast Asia, Thailand has some of the best infrastructure around when it comes to public transportation. One of the most popular ways to get around the country, bus travel is a great option, especially for those that cannot afford to book flights on a frequent basis, and luckily, there are more than enough options to get you to where you need to go.
December 12, 2012
New Year’s Eve, the last day of the year is celebrated worldwide and Bangkok is no exception. It is the day when you don’t have to feel guilty for doing any of the “sinful” things that you are planning to quit next year. Spend the night partying, drinking and eating whatever delicacies your heart desires no matter how unhealthy they are. You are lucky to be in Bangkok on this day as it’s the perfect place to enjoy great entertainment and extravagant shows with international and Thai performers. There are two ways to spend the night, an expensive way and the budget friendly way. Celebrations in Bangkok are not limited to these two extremes, depending on your interest, budget and mindset, you can also choose from hundreds of other ways to send the year away.
August 21, 2012
Located in the located in the Rattanakosin district of Bangkok, Wat Pho (or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha) is home to a gigantic, golden-and-glass-mosaic-ensconced figure of the Buddha in repose. It seems appropriate that this should be the reputed birthplace of the restorative art of Thai Massage.
May 28, 2012
Most of us are already fans of Thai food, but traveling to Thailand and sampling the real deal is likely to make you a lifelong devotee. One excellent way to expose yourself to the basics of Thai cuisine is to avail yourself of one of the many Thai cooking school classes designed for travelers looking to learn the ins and outs of Thai cooking in a condensed amount of time.