Holidaying in this Thai Metropolis is truly an immersive experience with the city’s ancient tales’ rich in history
and its modern luxurious comforts giving you an all-round experience on your vacation. The magnificent temples in
shimmering gold and the Royal palaces which are a treat to the eyes are some spots you will never forget once you
visit them. Here, you can also wade through the floating markets on a boat and commute in the city on the tuk-tuks
while making friends with the friendly locals, this is exactly why this city is known as the City of Angels!
Choose from many Bangkok holiday packages offers from tour operators to visit this amazing city.
Bangkok is also known for its delicious local Thai cuisine and the street food stalls available throughout the
city. The fresh, scintillating and balanced flavours of their dishes is like a burst of heaven when taken a bite!
The shopping scenes in this city too is a dream come true for shopaholics, right from the roadside shops and
bazaars to the bustling branded malls you can shop to your hearts content and still have enough money in your
pocket to explore the city! The best time to visit in Bangkok is between November to January when the climate is pleasant and suitable for sight-seeing.
Let us have a look at all that you can do on a Bangkok tour packages to truly experience the city and discover
yourself in the process.
Food, drink & Nightlife
Bangkok is known as the Mecca for foodaholics because of the various eatery options available at every turn in the
city. You can either grab a quick delicious bite at the numerous food stalls all over the city or choose from the
variety of options in the mall food courts and even have a luxurious romantic sit-sown dinner at some of the
fine-dining restaurants by the river. Bangkok has everything! But we strongly recommend eating from the various
food stalls on the roads to experience the city’s taste and flavours. Here are some places to eat in Bangkok which
shouldn’t be missed.
The street foods in Bangkok are equally colourful just like the city itself. If you are on to experiment with food
and are brave enough to eat anything and everything that crawls or flies, then check out some stalls who serve
deep-fried insects as delicacies especially in Klong Toey Market. To quench your thirst after a long tiring day of
sightseeing or shopping, do not miss the Thai Iced tea at Rod Fai Night Market. For cheap quick-eats, gorge down
on some slurpy, delicious and filling boat noodles near the Victory monument. Bangkok has a vibrant nightlife too
and you can live it up with your friend in the famous bar and pubs in the city or enjoy a few rounds of class
cocktail with your family along with dinner on the river cruise.
Shopping in Bangkok
Here are some of the famous shopping spots in the city for the shopaholic souls. Many Indians travel to Bangkok
just for the shopping experience. There are many tour operators who provide Bangkok tour packages from India.
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Visit the Chatuchak weekend market which is one of the biggest in the world. there are about 27 sections here
where you can find a variety of options to shop from home décor, paintings, hats, clothes, souvenirs, bags, pet
accessories, etc. the pricing is quite reasonable and the shop owners are friendly. You can even put your
bargaining skills to good use here but in a friendly manner.
Old Siam Plaza
The Old Siam plaza is an age-old shopping centre Rattanakosin Island which is the same district as the Grand
Palace. Here, you can shop for genuine Thai silk and qualitative textiles. You can also pick up some delicious
Thai traditional snacks such as sweet rice cakes here.
The Mahbookkrong (MBK) Centreis famous in Bangkok for shopping where you can negotiate and haggle the cost of
items pretty well. There are so many electronics and clothings shops here that you can visit. There are also many
export shops here if you are looking for branded and new clothes at reasonable costs.
Tourist spots in Bangkok
It is difficult to decide which tourist spots to visit while travelling on a Bangkok tour packages as there are so
many attractions in this city which cannot be missed. Listed below are some of the must-see attractions in Bangkok
that you must not miss. All these attractions are mandatorily mentioned in all Bangkok travel guide.
Wat Arun which is known as the Temple of the Dawn is situated on the banks of river Chao Phraya and is a beautiful
landmark. This temple is entitled after a Hindu god who is the incarnation of the rays from a rising sun. visit
this temple in the evenings to see the sun set over the temple which makes the stones to shimmer like gold and is
a beautiful sight.
Once you finish visiting the Grand Palace, you can move on to Wat Pho which is just next to the palace. We
strongly suggest, you take a tuk-tuk ride from grand palace to Wat Pho. Wat Pho is also famously known as the
temple of the reclining Buddha. In this sight, also you will be required to wear appropriate clothing but
securities aren’t as strict as what you would encounter at the grand palace. There are more than a thousand
images of Buddha in the Wat Pho temple but the major attraction is the reclining Buddha. This Buddha statue is
about 160 feet long and tourists throng to this temple to catch a glimpse of this stunning statue. The temple is
filled with beautiful colourful Jedi’s all around.
The grand palace, as the name suggests, is a mesmerising spot to visit in Bangkok city filled with rich ancient
culture. The structures in the palace and the temples surrounding it is a stunning sight to see which shimmers and
glitters in the morning sun! no photograph will do justice to the beauty of the palace. Here, your eyes are the
best camera. The Grand Palace is a must-see spot in all Bangkok vacation packages.