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What to do in Bangkok
Bangkok is Thailand’s capital, and it’s the country’s center for culture, finance, and politics. It’s one of Asia’s top tourist destinations for its architecture, art, food, and warm hospitality that resemble our own. Plus, you won’t find it hard to love the city’s mix of old world traditions and modern trends.
Ride the Skytrain to the historic Grand Palace. Its sophisticated design will make your jaw drop, so snap as many photos as you want. You can also find Thailand’s most important Buddhist temple in the palace – the Wat Phra Kaew and its Emerald Buddha.
Nearby, you can visit the Wat Pho temple and see the massive Reclining Buddha. When you’re done exploring and taking pictures, enjoy a foot massage at the temple’s pavilion before going to your next destination.
Along with temples, Bangkok is also a treat for shoppers. And you’ll find it easy to go shopping because most of the locals speak English in tourist areas. Just make sure you have plenty of Baht in your wallet.
If you want a break from malls, shop ‘til you drop at Bangkok’s floating markets at Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa. Are you good at haggling? Test your Divisoria-honed bargaining skills at Chatuchak Weekend Market.
For modern shopping centers, Bangkok won’t disappoint you too. Experience what the locals call a “lifestyle mall” at Terminal 21 to shop in world-famous cities. Wander around Tokyo shops, bag discounts from Istanbul zouks, or grab a bite in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf, all in one mall.
Are you a night owl? Then hop on a boat to Asiatique and browse boutiques, eat great food, and enjoy entertainment from 5PM to midnight. And whether you’re out all day or night, Bangkok is foodie heaven with most restaurants open 24/7 and friendly to all budgets. So don’t forget to have a Bangkok food tour!
When to visit Bangkok
The best time to visit Bangkok is from late October to March for the best weather during your trip.
You and other Filipino citizens can fly to Thailand and travel to Bangkok as a tourist without a visa for up to 30 days. Visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand website for more travel info.
Travelling to and around Bangkok
You’ll be flying into Suvarnabhumi Airport, where you can ride a bus, public van, and airport rail link to reach Bangkok. You can travel around Bangkok by Skytrain, MRT, taxi, boat, and motorbike taxi. Study this Bangkok transportation guide and wander the city like a pro.
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