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      Cheap Flights to Bangkok

      A Traveler’s Guide to Bangkok

      A trip to Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, can be a soul-stirring experience. Famed for being the city of Thai massage and clubs, Bangkok has a lot more to offer than just a thriving nightlife. Whether you are on a solo trip, family trip or a honeymoon, Bangkok offers a little something for everyone. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags, look for cheap airfare to Bangkok and book your Bangkok flight ticket to explore Southeast Asia’s most visited city.  

      What to See?

      Now that you have booked your air ticket to Bangkok, it is time for you to put together your travel itinerary. To help you enjoy the best of everything that Bangkok has to offer, we have put together a list of five interesting places that you must visit.

      The Grand Palace

      Located in the heart of Bangkok city, the Grand Palace should on the list of every traveler. Situated at the banks of Chao Phraya River, this huge complex contains various architectural marvels. One of the most sacred sites in Bangkok, the Grand Palace remains an embodiment of excellent creativity and mesmerizing craftsmanship. While visiting the palace, make sure to be modestly dressed.

      Open Hours - The Grand Palace is open to tourists between 8:30 am and 3:30 pm daily.

      Wat Pho

      Wat Pho, also popularly known as the Temple of Reclining Buddha, is one of the largest temple complexes in the city. The temple features a 46-meter long reclining Buddha statue that is a must-visit, irrespective of whether you are religious at heart or not. Wat Pho is also a good place to get a Thai massage as it is known to be the most prominent school of Thai massage in the country.

      Open Hours - The gate to the temple is open between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm and the traditional Thai massages are available until 6:00 pm.

      Chatuchak Weekend Market

      Bangkok offers some of the most fascinating shopping experiences in the world and is undoubtedly a paradise for shopaholics. Whether you are looking to buy clothes, leather goods, accessories, exotic plants, or jewelry, Chatuchak Weekend Market has everything that your heart desires. You can easily find souvenirs here to bring back for your loved ones.

      Open Hours - This market is open only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.

      Wat Arun

      Wat Arun, also commonly known as the ‘Temple of Dawn’, is one of the most famous landmarks that define Bangkok. Situated on the Thonburi bank of Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun is a sight to behold, especially during the sunset. Constructed partly from colorful and decorated spires, the Wat Arun is an architectural delight to the eyes. Your trip to Bangkok is incomplete without a visit to Wat Arun.

      Open Hours - The beautiful Wat Arun is open for tourists daily between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm.

      Khao San Road

      The Khao San Road, also famously known as the backpacker’s haven, is a 410-meter long street that is located in the heart of the city. This long street filled with street food stalls, shops, nightclubs, massage parlors, restaurants, bars, and much more will cater to every need of yours. If you want to enjoy the nightlife of Bangkok, Khao San Road must be on the top of your list.

      Open Hours - Visit Khao San Road between 10:00 am – 2:00 am.

      How to Reach Bangkok?

      Flights- You can take cheap flights to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, also known unofficially as Bangkok Airport or the Don Mueang International Airport.

      Trains- Bangkok has one main railway station called the Bangkok railway station, unofficially known as the Hua Lamphong station.

      Bangkok has numerous transport systems available such as BTS Skytrain, MRT Subway, buses, taxis, motorbike taxis, tuk-tuks, express boats, and Khlong boats. The Skytrain or the Metro is the easiest for visitors as the city is notorious for traffic jams and gridlocks.

      Best Time to Visit

      Although you can visit Bangkok any time of the year, it's better if you book for flights to Bangkok in late November and early December, after the monsoon when the city experiences a slight cool down.

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