48 hours to experience Bangkok

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec25,2023 #Bangkok #experience
48 hours to experience Bangkok 1
48 hours to experience Bangkok 1

Bangkok attracts tourists thanks to its year-round warm weather, palaces and temples with beautiful architecture and the richest cuisine in Asia.

Bangkok, a vibrant city of Thailand and Asia.

Accommodation

According to Telegraph’s suggestion, if you have deep pockets, book a room at luxury hotels like Sukhothai Bangkok, the price of a double room starts from 7,640 baht (nearly 5 million VND).

If you want to save money, you can choose Luxx XL, located near Lang Suan market, large room and simple decoration.

Schedule

The itinerary applies to travelers taking a flight to Bangkok at noon.

Day 1

4:00 p.m.: One of the most picturesque places in Bangkok is along the banks of the Chao Phraya River.

6:00 p.m.: Visitors can take a walking tour, explore the paths leading to the market and around the temple before returning to Aroon Residence restaurant for dinner.

48 hours to experience Bangkok

Wat Aroon temple shimmers at night.

7:30 p.m.: You go towards the river, to Memorial Bridge, on the east bank is a busy market open until 12 midnight (except Wednesdays).

Day 2

10am: Tourists start the new day by visiting Wat Pra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) located inside the Royal Palace of Thailand.

Inside the building are murals depicting passages from Ramakien, the Ramayana – one of the Hindu epics.

12:00: In the Royal Palace of Thailand, visitors can also go to Dusit Royal Palace.

1pm: If you want to enjoy a traditional Thai lunch, take a taxi to Harmonique restaurant on Krung street.

Another option for you is Chinatown with countless restaurants serving delicious food.

2:30 p.m.: Tourists walk to the center of Chinatown, along Yaowarat road, to find Trok Itsaranuphap alley.

5:00 p.m.: From Wat Traimit, just walk a short while to Hua Lamphong train station.

48 hours to experience Bangkok

Panorama outside Mariamman temple.

6:00 p.m.: Guests have dinner at The Blue Elephant restaurant located on South Sathorn Road.

20:00: You can go to Patpong and enjoy Bangkok’s nightlife with pop and rock melodies from many high-class bands.

Day 3

10 a.m.: Visiting Jim Thompson’s house, visitors can enjoy the beautiful garden and many types of unique interior decorations.

12:00: Guests return to the hotel to check out and prepare luggage to return.

Note:

For locations near the river, visitors should choose to take a boat from the Chao Phraya Express Boat Company.

When visiting Buddhist temples, you should dress conservatively and take off your shoes and place them outside the door.

In addition to clothes, jewelry, and accessories, visitors can choose traditional Thai triangular pillows sold in most markets as souvenirs.

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