Bangkok, City of Angels
Wat Arun. The Temple of Dawn
Guards in The Grand Palace
Chao Phraya River boat
Chinatown Bangkok
Lumphini park
Reclining Buddha
Top Luxury Silom and Sathorn Hotels. Banyan Tree
Songkran Festival 2019 in Silom
Erawan Shrine
Street food in Silom Soi 20
The Dome at State Tower Bangkok
Chatuchak Market

Explore Bangkok’s vibrant street life, hotels, shopping malls, temples, and delicious food, while learning about its history and culture.
Bangkok is awaiting you to discover it!

Welcome to Bangkok, the City of Angels

Bangkok with a population of around 8.5 million is the most visited city in the world with 21 million people visiting it every year. It is known for its vibrant street life, lush shopping malls, the beautiful architectural design of its temples and the delicious foods it offers.
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Bangkok’s light festivals: welcoming the New Year
Bangkok offers a warm ambiance to make your year-end adventure, a memorable one. The city is lively throughout the year but it lights up to its best during the last couple of months which also coincides with the best weather in the city. The entire city dazzles with color, light, and music.
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Mandarin Oriental: an epitome of Asian luxury
The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is among the list of luxury hotels that never ceases to impress you. Starting from its driveway doubles garden to the marble and teak atrium room makes everything is just so dreamlike. Mandarin Oriental Bangkok was the first luxury hotel in the Kingdom of Siam.
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A luxury day in the world’s largest shopping street
The shopping mile in Pathum Wan District is considered the largest shopping street in the world. It is one of the most visited sites in Bangkok and probably in the world because millions of people come here every year for different purposes such as shopping, sight-seeing, eating, and many others.
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Top luxury hotels to stay in Bangkok
Bangkok is among the top cities when it comes to hotels. What makes it even more exceptional is the fact that you would easily find a luxury hotel at half the price of New York City or Shanghai. The riverside hotels especially appeal the tourists with their terraces, lobbies, and dining halls.
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Top restaurants to eat in Bangkok
The most famous phrase in Bangkok is “have you eaten yet?”. This phrase is tossed as a greeting to everyone and is taken quite seriously by the locals. Having a meal together is an outstanding culture of Bangkok, which is enhanced many times due to their flavorful food.
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Bangkok: the street food capital of the world
A trip to Bangkok is incomplete if you don’t enjoy Thai street food. You will find carts lined up on the corner of every street, which makes it easy for the tourists to experience the flavors of the street food capital of the world.
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Wat Suthat: the temple of the red giant swing

Wat Suthat (วัดสุทัศนเทพวราราม), located in Rattanakosin Island, is identified by the red Sao Ching Cha or Giant Swing at its entrance. Its construction was initiated by King Rama I, in 1807, with the purpose of sheltering Phra Sri Sakyamuni, a 13th-century bronze Buddha image from Sukhothai.

Samyan Mitrtown: an urban lifestyle mall with a 24 hours zone

Samyan Mitrtown, a new mall opened in September 2019 at the intersection of Rama IV with Phayathai Road on land leased from Chulalongkorn University, with some of the shops and services opened 24 hours a day, it’s situated in the center of Bangkok and close to many important locations, including Chulalongkorn itself, Siam Square, and Sam Yan community.