After three days spent sightseeing in Bangkok visiting Chinatown, Asiatique, Charoen Krung, Pratunam, and many tourist areas, we visited Ayutthaya, which has become synonymous with temple ruins and historical sites.
If we’re talking about Bangkok, surely what comes to mind is delicious food and shopping. Yes, those two are the Bangkok’s main attraction for tourist. But do you know if Bangkok also has a historical and culturally diverse area to explore?
Shopping in Bangkok is an experience to thrill and delight the most discerning of shoppers, whatever it is you’re looking for. From the gleaming chrome and towering size of modern, air-conditioned malls, to the hustle and bustle of its famously buzzing street markets, Bangkok has all kinds of places to blow your money. One of the best places to enjoy a great shopping experience is Asiatique the Riverfront.
When in Thailand you just can’t get around the delicious local dishes. Asian and western food is an option they do serve it, but if you like food that has authentic tastes of Thailand, there are some local dishes that you shouldn’t miss. It can be very overwhelming looking at the massive menus in most Thai eateries, so in this post, we’re going to help you to figure out 12 Thai dishes you can’t go wrong!
With so many wonderful destinations and unique experiences, it is no surprise Thailand is a very popular destination in South East Asia. Thailand, “The land of smiles” has many attractions to offer for tourist from all around the world. Delicious street food, tropical islands, luxury modern shopping centers, historical site, countless Buddhist temples to name a few.
Sawasdee! First of all, the biggest apology for the one-week hiatus! If you follow our Instagram, you would know if we had just gone to Bangkok a few days ago. We’re invited by Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Jakarta to join Mega Fam Trip and attending inauguration procession for officially opening “Amazing Thailand Tourism Year 2018”.