Bangkok, as every other big city, offers a multitude of places to stay. From the cheap hostels, to the most expensive and extravagant hotels. You can find many options to where you want to stay depending on your budget. Having the mindset that Bangkok may have crazy traffic, I subconsciously picked hotels close to our interest points. We were very lucky to usually choose clean and reasonably priced places.
Thailand’s capital occupies 605.7 square miles in Chao Phraya River delta and has a population of over 8 million people. Aside of those impressive numbers, this city gave me a positive feeling. I felt very safe. Bangkok has a lot to offer to a tourist and I am aware that I will not cover even a small part, but I did see a little bit and I am going to share it. Continue reading “Temples on my must see list in Bangkok”
After spending about 20 hours on either an airplane or an airport, we finally arrived in Bangkok at 3 am. Do not worry about exchanging money or buying a SIM card, there are a lot of places at the airport open 24/7. Continue reading “First steps in Bangkok”