From spectacular golden temples and intriguing museums to fantastic street food and busy markets, this city is a paradise for ambitious travellers. What’s more? You can quickly come across a luxurious serviced apartment in Bangkok and elevate your vacation in Thailand. So, if you are looking to travel to the vibrant and bustling capital city of Thailand, look no further; this guide covers some tips you can keep in mind to take your Bangkok trip to the next level.

Travel to Bangkok
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Use Public Transport

Public Transport
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Bangkok is home to an ample amount of public transportation methods, and it is the fastest way to explore the city. Most of the time, you will notice the busy streets full of buses, tuk-tuks, cars, and motorcycles. You can easily use Bangkok’s BTS Skytrain, MRT Subway, and even boats to navigate busy areas!

Dress Appropriately When Visiting Temples

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As the majority of people practice Buddhism in Thailand, the temples hold a special place in the hearts of the locals. Sacred Buddhist grounds such as the Grand Palace attract many people. You may like exposing yourself to the tropical sun, but when entering temples, it’s not a good idea; make sure to cover your shoulders and above your knees before you visit the places to respect the values and ethics of the Thai Buddhist culture.


Save Space for Shopping


Bangkok Shopping
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Bangkok is home to an extensive array of shops where you can buy a ton of food, clothes, souvenirs, and much more. Elite shopping malls in Bangkok such as Siam Paragon, CentralWorld, Icon Siam, and the MBK Center can easily cover your shopping needs. So, make sure not to pack your suitcases with clothes and other items you can easily find in Bangkok.

Carry Small Change with You

Money Asia
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Remember, you may come across many local shops and restaurants that don’t accept credit cards. You may find it a little difficult to carry a wallet full of coins or baht notes, but it will come in handy when you explore the busy streets full of life. Furthermore, taxi drivers will appreciate change as they may not carry a large amount of change with them.