Bangkok, Thailand

I hope you’ve packed an extra suitcase because you’re going to need it for shopping. Being a tourist in Bangkok means spending hours strolling down Bangkok’s outdoor markets like Siam Square and Pratunam. While you’re out shopping, you can’t forget to taste some authentic Thailand cuisine. With so many options of dishes to choose from like fresh and authentic pad thai, Thai sticky rice, and spicier dishes like gaeng daeng, you’ll never run out of things to try while on your trip. If you find yourself obsessed with the food, you can learn some of the recipes you’ve tasted by taking part in a cooking class. What a perfect way to take a piece of Thailand’s culture home with you.

So you’ve shopped, you’ve eaten, what’s next? If you’ve planned your trip accordingly, you can attend one of Bangkok’s many festivals. Some fan-favorite festivals are the Water Festival in April, the Lantern Festival in February, and the Rocket Festival in May. And the fun doesn’t stop there. Visiting Bangkok is the time to discover your inner peace. This can be done by visiting Bangkok’s golden palaces and temples, like the Wat Pho Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Be sure to take off your shoes before entering a temple, as respect is a big part of Thailand’s culture.

At the end of the day, find time to relax and unwind at one of Bangkok’s five-star spa’s. Visit Bangkok’s city of Angels to receive treatments that mix traditional and modern techniques to maximize your spa experience. If you really want the citizens of Thailand to embrace you, learning some common phrases in central Thai will take you a long way. I can hear you practicing now.  Don’t make your trip to Bangkok , Thailand an average one, make it a sweet one and book today.

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