5 reasons to love Bangkok

1. Experiences

Grand Palace

Bangkok’s lust for nightlife is insatiable. There are sky-high rooftop bars, hipster speakeasies, and even rooftop speakeasies. There are many places buzzing at night such as RCA, Silom, Khao Sarn road or even Thong lor to experience Thai nightlife.

Also if you are tired from whole day of shopping, you can experience Thai massage, which is an ancient healing system combining acupressure and Indian Ayurvedic principles, can be found all over Bangkok, at various prices. Most hotels have an on-site spa offering a high-end, high-price experience employing various techniques from around the world, but with spas on every corner in Bangkok, offering foot massages to full body massages for around $10, you must find an hour to take advantage of such simple pleasures every single day.

2. Thai Cuisines

Bangkok Street Food

Bangkok restaurants cater to all price ranges and are open all hours, proving that this city is certainly heaven for food lovers; a sensational culinary journey and taste experience awaits in Bangkok, guaranteed to delight your taste buds. you’ll also find top-notch street food restaurants within its chaotic alleyways, most of which stay open all night long such as Chinatown, Boat Noodles in Victory Monument, different varieties for you to choose from.

3. Explore

Koh Talu Island at Prachuap Khirikhan

There are many adventures to go around in Bangkok, whether it is for shopping, food or temple. Bangkok has five islands within easy reach: take a few days to relax at Koh Talu, an exclusive but beautiful private island, or explore Koh Samet, which has decent resorts, restaurants and beaches. Quiet Koh Si Chang, a tiny island with a quaint village, can be reached in two hours from Bangkok and is worthy of a day trip.

4. Culture

Land of Smiles

Thailand is well-known as the Land of Smiles for good reason

People in Bangkok are by no means perfect, but most are certainly kind and friendly.

Even with a language barrier, they try to communicate with foreigners to the best of their ability.. Thai people are shy but they welcome you like their own family members.

5. Shopping

Platinum Fashion Mall

A number of markets suited to Thailand’s younger generations have blossomed in recent years, offering everything from tasty street food to vintage gear as well as cocktails, coffee shops and live music. Pratunam is also a place for budget shopping heaven in central Bangkok. From malls to markets and roadside stalls, you can shop for fashion, technology and accessories for morning till night. What sets this shopping haven apart from other popular retail neighbourhoods in Bangkok is the fact many of the shops here operate as wholesalers.