How to spend time Bangkok
One of the best holiday destinations in Asia in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. It is famous for its traditional cultures and modern trends. In Bangkok the extraordinary temples that reflect there arts and architecture. The magnificent palaces and skyscrapers and modern highways pose for an artistic view of the city. The best shopping streets and malls. Bangkok has an amazing nightlife where tourists can hang around and party hard. This city provides an opportunity for the food lover to savor on spicy Thai food. These all things make a memorable tour. Here the trips for you on how to spend two days in Bangkok.
Shopping while spend time Bangkok
The first thing that I suggest to do while you are in Bangkok. Go to the MVK mall. This is one of my personal favorites malls. It has so many things. I think like five or six floors for t-shirts, jewelry, watches, and all the tech stuff. Everything is available here. Now think about how big it is. I always suggest for people to pack light when they are going for a tour. Because there are so many good shopping.
MBK is my favorite because it’s the largest shopping mall in Bangkok. It has eight floors around 2000 shops, restaurants and service outlets. I suggest you do go there on the first day of your trip. Because you stock up on anything that you forgot to bring. You can also get a Sim card that you can use throughout your whole trip. Once you are done shopping there’s a ton of restaurants and a really good food court that you can get super cheap Thai meals. Spend your days in Bangkok.
The Khao San Road, Bangkok
Khao San Road has located one km from the center of the city. It is a 410 meter long street in central Bangkok. This road is one of the most famous night markets in Bangkok. I suggest you go to this market after sunset. Street food stalls, bars, shops, restaurants, nightclubs, cafes, and massage parlors are all packed into this one street. You’ll find everything here at a reasonable rate. Its cheap food and clothes make this place a winning combo for all tourists.
You will find the most random things at Khao San Road. You can buy tie-dye hippie outfits, sunglasses, shoes, souvenirs, jewelry and many more. One thing to note is that you are good at your bargaining skills before coming here. Shopkeepers might try to sell you stuff at a higher price. You can also enjoy traditional Thai food. If you are strong of heart, you can also try a bagful of fried insects! Fried insects are considered as a go-to snack in Bangkok. The insects include grasshoppers, water beetles, spiders, bamboo worms and scorpions. These are served with sauce and a pinch of pepper. If you’re adventurous, make sure you try these fried insects as it’ll be an experience you’ll never forget.
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace stands among the top tourist attractions in Bangkok, showing up the history of Bangkok. The perfect place to begin your historical tour in Bangkok. The Grand Palace, the residence of royals until 1925. It houses one of the holiest Buddhist temples, Wat Phra Kaew, built in the year 1782.
The Palace is structured in a rectangular space. The Grand Palace is a group of numerous buildings, halls, pavilion sets, grounds, lawns, and courtyards. While being the official ceremonial residence of the monarch of Thailand, the Palace is also used for many official ceremonies and state functions, amplifying its allure.
Apart from marveling at the eclectic and unique architectural style of this majestic complex, visitors can also find the exquisite Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddhist Thai temple. Along with a public museum amidst displayed historic structures of the nation, this attraction showcases the evolution of the rich culture and heritage of Thailand.
Lumphini Park(Lumpini Park)
The next thing that I would suggest is to visit a beautiful Lumpini Park. It is one of the largest green spaces in central Bangkok. Founded in the 1920s, this inner-city park spans over 500,000 sq m and is home to various flora and fauna. This is located basically in the center of the city. The park has an artificial lake where visitors can rent boats. Paths around the park totaling approximately 2.5 km in length are a popular area for morning and evening joggers. Officially, cycling is only permitted during the day between the times of 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. There is a smoking ban throughout the park. Dogs are not allowed. In my opinion, it kind of cool because you’re in a really busy city. While you’re at Bangkok visit at least one here.
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