Why you should visit Bangkok this summer – An experience of epic proportions

Filled with many places to visit, numerous tales to learn the rich culture and history, Bangkok is the ‘heart and soul of the backpacker’s universe’. Do read to know more facts!

Wat Arun and Chao Phraya River| Img by: Roger W via FlickrCC BY-SA 2.0

 

 

Street food

In almost every nook and cranny of the city, one can witness how masterful chefs sell flavourful Thai food. While savouring mouthwatering dishes, you’ll be able to interact and mingle with the locals. A good way to begin scouring the city for the very best of its delicacies will be to first visit Chinatown which is known as the birthplace of Thailand’s street food. Many of the Bangkok City Hotel the likes of Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok offer diverse Thai flavours to make your dining experience truly memorable.

The Grand Palace

Bangkok showcases many culture-rich attractions that tell its own story to those who thirst for historical facts. Located in the heart of Bangkok, the Grand Palace will be a great place to start your journey. Even though the palace was a former residence for King Rama V, now it’s used for hosting royal ceremonies.

Terminal 21

Would you like to buy bundles of things that you’ve always dreamt of having? From branded clothes to cheap accessories, Terminal 21 is sure to provide you with an ultimate shopping experience. Catering to both men and women, this is the ideal place to shop your favourite designer brands and what not.

Chao Phraya River

Sailing along the Chao Phraya River is not merely sightseeing and taking pictures, you will have plenty of things to do in this part of Bangkok. The Asiatique is one such place to be if you’re in the mood for touring the city at night.

 

 

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+

Explore Thailand – A radiantly generous and warm country

Thailand is a fun-loving destination. There are several ways to explore this country; through its cuisine, culture, history, religion and nature.

Thailand Temple | Img by: aiworldexplore via pixabay

Elephant Nature Park

Giving Thailand’s elephants a second chance at life, this rescue and rehabilitation centre located in the north of Thailand. There are numerous volunteer programmes you can enrol yourself in if you have the time or you can simply just visit!

Thailand’s Temples

The ample number of temples scattered around Thailand are great spots to visit. There are a few simple rules you may need to follow as these sites are religious, so check beforehand to avoid any inconvenience. Doi Suthep is one of Thailand’s iconic temples, a gold stunner.

Snorkelling and scuba diving

The perfect place to snorkel and scuba dive is Koh Tao. The best way to experience the wonders under the waters is through snorkelling, ask the locals the best sites around Koh Tao and snorkel away!

The Grand Palace

If you’re staying at any Bangkok city hotel, you’ll have easy and convenient access to plenty of attractions. Roughly half an hour from Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok, thousands of visitors flock this attraction. A favourite to photograph, the detail of the buildings will leave you amazed.

Floating markets

The floating markets around Bangkok attract plenty of people! An opportunity to shop differently at one of the floating markets for a unique kind of retail therapy.

The cuisine

It’s highly unlikely that you’ll miss Thai cuisine when in Thailand, however, make an extra effort to taste as much of the unique dishes as possible. The palette in Thailand is fundamentally spicy, sweet, salty and sour.

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+