Bangkok Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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  1. Sydney I. says:

    Se vai in questa bellissima città (Bangkok) devi stare attento ad una cosa: in giro puoi trovare autisti di tuk-tuk o persone a caso che lavorano con loro perché parlano inglese, sembrano simpatici. Per una cifra davvero piccola ti portano in giro (quindi dici ok andiamo). Ad un certo punto del viaggio ti portano in un'agenzia di viaggi (va bene può essere utile pensi). In queste agenzie ti fanno pagare un sacco di soldi per niente. Ti fanno credere che ti daranno un grande servizio, ma è falso. Yakkoo travel è una di queste agenzie

    If you go to this beautiful city (Bangkok) you have to be careful to one thing: Around you can find tuk-tuk drivers or random people who work with them because they speak english, they seem nice. For a really small amount they bring you around(so you say okay let's go). At a certain point of the trip, they bring you to a travel agency(okay it can be useful you think). In these agencies, they charge you a lot of money for nothing. They make you believe that they are going to give you a big service but that is false. Yakkoo travel is one of this agencies

  2. James Bucu says:

    I would like to extend my deepest condolences to The Family, Friends, Loved ones and Countrymen of King Chulalongkorn of Thailand. I would like to meet and make love with a Singer and GRO there.

  3. Laura Buchanan says:

    Beautiful city. Love the architecture. I like the temples and the canals. I like the Street Markets with the street food. I like how they leave their offerings everywhere.

  4. 赵昕儿 says:

    Bangkok is situated in central Thailand on the Chao Phraya River Delta(昭帕耶河三角洲). Starting life as a small trading post in the 15th century, today the Thai capital is home to over 8 million people and is a Southeast Asian financial and political powerhouse.

    Tropical Bangkok enjoys one of the world's steamiest climates. It's also one of the world's hottest travel destinations. Judged on criteria like culture, attractions, cuisine, shopping and value for money, Bangkok repeatedly wins the highest Travel Awards for world's best city. Bangkok is a kaleidoscope of contrasts that charms and assaults the senses simultaneously, and it's these contrasts between the old and the new, the energetic and the serene that keep travelers coming back. Bangkok is also known as Krung Thep-the City of Angels. First timers confronted with this steamy sprawling metropolis might wonder where all the angels are, but they're here watch the gentle gestures of the people and you'll begin to understand. At the city's heart lies its river and canals. Climb aboard a longtail boat to experience the city from the cool of its waters, then hop off at one of the many temples which line the river. One of the most important is Wat Pho, home of the reclining Buddha. Be sure to admire the statues feet inlaid with 108 mother-of-pearl symbols which symbolized the Buddha. Then drop coins into the 108 bronze bowls for blessings and good fortune. The Thai attention to detail you'll see in the temples spills out into Bangkok's daily life. Each year during the festival of Loi Krathong (water lantern festival) Thais gather to create incredibly decorative offerings for the water spirits. Releasing these offerings represents the letting go of anger and negative thoughts. Perhaps that's what keeps Bangkok locals so calm and good-natured even when the monsoonal waters occasionally rise. Thailand is a country of great traditions. Even the simplest acts are done with skill and grace, especially its culinary arts. From the 5-star to the funky, there are over 50,000 places to eat in Bangkok. But if you're a foodie in search of paradise, you'll find it on Bangkok streets. Many travelers come to Bangkok just for the street food and it's a bargain. And while some come to eat, others come to shop. At times it seems the entire city is one gigantic street market, from fabrics to spices handicrafts to clothing, Bangkok is a shopaholic heaven. Central to the time mindset is the word Sanuk which means fun. Thai nightlife is legendary. For a great night out, head to Khao San road. For over 20 years, Khao San road has been a major backpackers’ hub, a great place to pick up vacation tips and to party with travelers from all over the globe. While Bangkok is a complete destination in itself, other treasures like just beyond the city. An hour's journey to the north lies the ancient Thai capital of Ayutthaya. Rent a bicycle and spend a day exploring the network of ruins of this once great city. For a completely different experience, head south and explore the nightlife in the seaside resort town of Pattaya. Bangkok is just a short flight away from some of the world's best beach, island, jungle and cultural destinations, but don't just stop over a pass through. Do as the angels do and stay a while in Bangkok.

  5. Zaire Haylock says:

    As seen on…

    The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
    Mortal Kombat (1995)
    Rambo IV (2008)
    Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004)
    Kickboxer (1989)
    The Meg (2018)
    The Hangover: Part II (2011)
    The Beach (2000)
    Stealth (2005)
    Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
    Kong: Skull Island (2017)
    American Gangster (2007)

  6. Siragis' Diary for Happy Living says:

    😍😍😍 I've visited Thailand 3 times and it's so beautiful (2015, 2018, 2019) ❤️, it's become like my second home 😊😊😊. So many things to do- love my friends, colleagues living there, simply the land of smile and amazing food😋

  7. Geraldine Mae Gesolgani says:

    I do loved bangkok the best country ever. I am from Manila Philippines I hope expedia you can make some video about my country and some of our beautiful beaches here in the Philippines 😍🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭

  8. Rosaline Oh says:

    @expedia, we seriously need a lot more Asian destinations!! You still haven't covered anywhere in mainland China or so many Asian countries. I want to see Myanmar, India, Laos or Philippines. I know lots of people are looking forinformation to go backpacking in these places… So why skimping on the biggest continent in the world by size and population?

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