Bangkok is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. The city itself is a diverse tourist paradise, that mixes cutting edge modern style with ancient traditions.
The full name of Bangkok is "Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit"....... the longest city name in the world!
Its high-rise buildings, heavy traffic, intense heat and naughty nightlife is one aspect of life, but it is one of Asia's most cosmopolitan cities with magnificent temples and palaces, canals, busy markets and a vibrant nightlife that has something for everyone.
If luxury accommodation and the finest foods and wine are your desire, then let us arrange everything. Bangkok is home to numerous world class hotels and restaurants. With traditional and contemporary Thai lifestyles coexisting side-by-side. The Thai capital offers a diversity of food and restaurants offering the contrasts of street food and fusion cuisine. Thailand is home to thirty 1* & 2* Michelin restaurants. Our knowledge of Bangkok goes back 15 years, nobody comes close to our finding the best venues.
Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is one of two international airports serving Bangkok. The other one is Don Mueang International Airport. You can fly in direct from dozens of countries, and fly with a layover from almost any airport in the world. You can hop in a cheap taxi and be in the heart of the city within 20 minutes.
Pattaya is only 90 minutes drive away (with a high speed rail link coming in the next few years). Pattaya is the worlds #1 party town. No visit to Bangkok is complete without spending a few days in Pattaya.
Siam Square: The area around Siam Square, including Ratchaprasong and Phloen Chit Road, is Bangkok's modern commercial core, full of glitzy malls and hotels.
Sukhumvit: The long Sukhumvit Road is an exclusive district popular among expatriates and upper class locals. It is filled with quality hotels, restaurants and nightclubs. Part of its nightlife represents Bangkok's naughty image, particularly Soi Cowboy and Nana Entertainment Plaza.
Silom: The area around Silom Road and Sathorn Road is Thailand's sober financial centre by day, but Bangkok's primary party district by night when quarters like the infamous Patpong come alive.
Rattanakosin: Between the river and downtown lies the densely packed "Old Bangkok", home to Bangkok's best-known sights, such as the Grand Palace and Wat Pho. Sanam Luang Square is where major festivals are celebrated and marks the center of historical Bangkok
Khao San Road: On the northern part of Rattanakosin, Bangkok's backpacker mecca, Khao San Road and the surrounding district of Banglamphu have everything a budget traveller could possibly be looking for.
Yaowarat and Phahurat: Along Yaowarat Road you will find Bangkok's Chinatown, while Phahurat Road is the home of the city's sizable Indian community. This multicultural district is filled with temples, shrines, seafood restaurants and street markets.
Dusit: his leafy, European-style area is the political centre of Thailand, home to numerous political institutions and the monarchy. Its breezy palaces, lush gardens and broad avenues give this district its distinct character.
Thonburi: The quieter west bank of the Chao Phraya River, consisting of several districts. Most visitors explore this side of Bangkok with a canal tour, at least taking in Wat Arun, the Royal Barges National Museum and one of the floating markets.
Pratunam: Pratunam is a large garment market with hundreds of fashion stores selling both retail and wholesale. It also includes Baiyoke Tower II and Victory Monument.
Phahonyothin: The area around Phahonyothin Road and Viphavadi Rangsit Road is a large suburb in northern Bangkok. In weekends, it is the best place to go hunting for bargains. The Chatuchak Weekend Market has more than 8,000 stalls selling anything and everything under the sun.
Ratchadaphisek: Since the completion of the metro line, Ratchadaphisek Road has developed into an entertainment mecca for the locals. The sois of "Ratchada" are popular clubbing spots, as is Royal City Avenue (RCA).
Yaowarat and Phahurat: Along Ramkhamhaeng Road lies a vast residential area with big shopping malls and amusement parks (like Safari World). Each neighbourhood has its own distinct character, but Hua Mak and Bang Kapi stand out as lively areas with many students from the universities.
Lat Krabang: Lat Krabang is in proximity to Bangkok International Airport. In this area are many hotels, including some good budget ones, where they will do a pickup and return to Suvarnabhumi airport.It is not much of an entertainment area at all. Lat Krabang Airport Rail Link Station is at one end of Lat Krabang Road, and Lat Krabang Town at the other end. This is the first station out of the Airport.