Bangkok, Thailand in 3 Days

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Hello Travelers,

How’s your 2018 coming along? Plans for any upcoming travels? I just got back from my trip to UAE and Africa and settling back in. I visited Thailand last year and didn’t get a chance to write a travel post on it yet. My first stop on this trip was Bangkok. So let me start by writing about it. Here is my itinerary that I followed:

Day 1

1)The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha)

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Hours: 8:30 – 15:30

Cost: 400 Baht = $13

2) Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha)

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Hours: 8:00 – 17:00

Cost: 100 Baht = $3

3) Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn)

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Hours: 8:30 – 17:30

Cost: 100 Baht= $3

4) Cruise the river

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Wasn’t my favorite thing to do as the water was quite polluted. But I’ve heard the night cruises are a lot more fun. So look into the dinner cruises.

5) Khao San Road

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Some fun places to eat, drink and get massages. It can get really crowded, so be careful with your belongings here.

Day 2

1)Floating market

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This was by far my favorite thing to do here. Ride a boat to all the stores, eat fruits, food, ice-cream etc while touring the market from boat vendors.

2) Watch a Cabaret Show

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3) Visit the Night Market

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Food, food and more food. This is a fun experience for some streetside shopping, eating and buying cheap souvenirs etc.

Day 3

1) Jim Thompson’s House

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Hours: 9:00 to 18:00

Cost: 150 Baht

2) Visit the Siam Area

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You can checkout the Siam Area malls after checking the Jim Thompson house. Its a fun mall to shop at. Every floor is designed like a different country.

3) Asiatique

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I liked the Asiatique shopping riverfront center as well. Fun place to shop, eat and hangout.

4) Siam Niramit

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This is a simulated Thai village where you can eat a buffet, tour around and watch some really fun shows. There is a preshow with elephants and cultural dances and the main show which has some really impressive effects.

Other Things To Do:

Here are some other must do’s if you have the time:

1) Lumpini Park

2) Watch a Muay Thai fight – Muay Thai

3) Thai Cooking Class

4) Hangout at a rooftop bar and enjoy views of the city

5) Get a Thai massage

Here are some other pictures I wanted to share:

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All that gold

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Some gorgeous colors and carvings on the walls of the temples

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Loved the huge statues/ figurines at the entrace

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Thank you for stopping by to read my post and have a great week.

Love,

Ankita

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