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Reserve your hotel in Bangkok strategically located near key attractions such as the Grand Palace, and Khao San Road for vibrant experiences, or along the Chao Phraya River where luxury hotels abound. For those seeking excitement, Chinatown is the perfect choice. Explore countless accommodation options in Bangkok, all accessible at the most competitive prices on our website.

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Explore the fantastic travel deals offered by for Bangkok, Thailand. We assure you that you’ll discover the best deals on affordable flights, Flight+Hotel packages, and accommodations. Don’t delay in selecting the Thailand deals, particularly to Bangkok, that Travel2Holidays offers.

To plan your escape or vacation in Bangkok, we suggest utilizing our comprehensive Flight+Hotel or Multidestination search tool. This allows you to choose from a myriad of flight options, and numerous accommodations and also incorporates transfers, activities, excursions, and additional destinations. And the best part? You can accomplish all of this in just a few minutes through a single booking. No one else provides this advanced technology, making your travel arrangements much more convenient.

Secure your flights, hotels, transfers, activities, excursions, and insurance for Thailand or any part of the world. Mix and match them with other cities or destinations, like 4 nights in Bangkok, 2 nights in Chiang Mai, and conclude with 4 nights in Krabi, Phuket, Bali, or the Maldives–you get to choose the beach for relaxation. And, as always, the most appealing aspect is that you can accomplish all of this in a single booking! You might wonder how. It’s very simple–Multidestination. It stands as the most powerful online hotel booking tool globally. Give it a try and start saving on your next holiday.

Bangkok, Thailand at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Grand Palace.

How to get to Bangkok?

To reach Thailand, the best route is through Bangkok. You can choose between two airports, Suvarnabhumi Airport, and Don Muang Airport; the selection will depend on the airline.

Upon your arrival at the international airport, we recommend, for your convenience and quick service, booking a transfer on our website. You can choose from shared or private transfers, starting from just €15. A driver will be ready to greet you upon arrival, ensuring a smooth journey to your accommodation. For your return, simply schedule your pickup time, and they will transport you back to the airport. These transfer options are accessible at all airports in Thailand.

Once you’re in the city, the metro offers a single line, and when combined with the Skytrain, it’s an efficient way to navigate and avoid traffic. Surprisingly, the boat provides an ideal option to explore attractions near the Chao Phraya River, including the Grand Palace. Operating from early morning until 7 pm it’s a worthwhile experience. Buses are affordable and run 24 hours a day, departing every 30 minutes. Taxis present another compelling option for getting around Bangkok; it’s essential to insist on using the meter, and if not accepted, opt for another taxi. At night, negotiating a fixed price is common. Tuktuks, the abundant motorbikes with rear seats in Bangkok, offers a similar price to taxis. The experience is unique; negotiate the fare, and if you plan a commercial route resembling a guided tour, it might be complimentary, as drivers often earn commissions and fuel vouchers from affiliated stores.

The currency used in Bangkok and throughout Thailand is the Thai Baht, abbreviated as THB. While you can exchange money at any currency exchange, the most favorable rates are typically found in hotels and airports.

Best time and tips for traveling to Bangkok

Winter in Bangkok is marked by its dryness, making it the ideal time for travel, providing a welcome escape from colder climates. Throughout these winter months, temperatures are more moderate, ranging between a minimum of 15º at night and a pleasant 30º during the day. The dry season in Bangkok typically extends from December to January.

Summer in Bangkok spans from March to June, featuring consistently high temperatures that often reach 40ºC. The rainy season, which includes the summer months, typically extends until October, with rain occurring on 40-50% of the days during this period. Rainfall can range from moderate to intense.

Hence, we recommend visiting Thailand during the dry season as you’ll be able to experience much more of this wonderful country. However, if you can tolerate the heat well, each season has its own charm.

Where to eat in Bangkok? Thai cuisine is incredibly diverse, offering a wide range of mouthwatering dishes that most tourists love. Our favorite is Pad Thai—a renowned dish featuring noodles with soy sauce, egg, and vegetables

You’ll find excellent restaurants situated on the terraces and rooftops of prominent hotels and buildings in Bangkok, offering the chance to savor a meal or dinner at altitudes exceeding 300m—an experience truly worth indulging in. Our top recommendations include Sirocco, Vértigo, and Baiyoke Sky Hotel. These venues also transform into perfect spots for a post-dinner drink, making the experience even more memorable.

For an intriguing dining experience, consider riverside restaurants along the Chao Phraya River. You can enjoy a scenic cruise, a vibrant dinner accompanied by music, and captivating traditional dances.

Conclude your culinary adventure with a street-side Pad Thai experience; follow your instincts and the enticing aromas. In Chinatown, you’ll find a myriad of street food options and fantastic local restaurants, so explore with an empty stomach for a delightful gastronomic journey.

What to see and do in Bangkok?

Temple in Bangkok

Discover the must-visit monuments and attractions in Bangkok:

The Royal Palace of Bangkok is an architectural complex comprising multiple buildings that served as the residence of the royal family from the 18th century until the mid-20th century.

Wat Pho, home to the Reclining Buddha, is a remarkable 46-meter-long figure standing at a height of 15 meters.

MahaNakhon, the towering pinnacle of Thailand’s tallest skyscraper, stands at 315 meters with one of the world’s most breathtaking and transparent viewpoints, offering a pure adrenaline experience.

Wat Arun is the primary Buddhist temple, and its name signifies the Temple of Dawn or Dawn.

Khao San Road, the bustling and vibrant backpacker street in Bangkok, comes alive with excitement, entertainment, and an electrifying atmosphere at night.

Visit Chinatown, the district established by Chinese immigrants in 1782.

Explore its canals, which have earned it the nickname “Venice of the North.” We suggest booking this tour through our activity reservations for both time and cost savings.

Indulge in a traditional Thai massage; renowned for their intensity, these massages are available at various price points and numerous locations. Let your instincts guide you.

If you have a penchant for martial arts, explore Thai boxing, known as Muay Thai, one of the oldest martial arts in history. In Bangkok, it is akin to a cultural phenomenon. Immerse yourself in this experience by attending one of the many shows or tournaments taking place throughout the city; it is truly an awe-inspiring spectacle.

Are you a night owl seeking vibrant nightlife? Look no further! The best DJs in the world don’t exclusively perform in Ibiza; Bangkok offers an unforgettable experience. Khaosan, in the backpacker district, boasts affordable drinks and a lively atmosphere. Sukhumvit, popular among locals and foreigners, features a bustling main street with live music pubs, restaurants, cocktail bars, and nightclubs. For a VIP experience, explore Royal City Avenue, an elegant area slightly away from the center but easily accessible by taxi. Thong Lor, the epitome of exclusivity, offers upscale restaurants, chic bars, and trendy clubs.

Beyond Bangkok

Near Bangkok, you’ll find lots of fascinating options to explore. Customize your reservation with activities that pique your interest, like a visit to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Thailand’s most renowned market situated approximately 90 km south of Bangkok in the province of Rarchaburi.

Another mesmerizing option is a visit to the Mae Klong Train Track Market (Talad Rom Hub), one of the most peculiar, curious, and astonishing places globally. Vendors set up their stalls along the narrow railway, and each time the train approaches, sounding its horn, all vendors swiftly retract their shops using pulley systems in a matter of seconds. As the train passes, everything returns to normal in less than five seconds – truly incredible!

Embark on an excursion to Ayutthaya, the former capital of the Kingdom of Siam in the 14th century, now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991. The remnants of this historical city are nothing short of fascinating.

Customize your Multidestination itinerary in Thailand by including a couple of nights in Chiang Mai, a city situated in the northern part of Thailand. Here, you’ll encounter well-preserved remnants, walls, and moats from the Lanna Kingdom dating back to 1296, along with magnificent Buddhist temples such as the Wat Phra Singh Temple. Explore the vibrant nocturnal street bazaar, stroll through the terracotta garden, or opt for a reservation at an elephant sanctuary for a unique caretaker experience.

Allocate at least one night to explore Chiang Rai, also positioned in the northern region near the borders of Myanmar (formerly Burma) and Laos. Discover the enchanting white temple Wat Rong Khun, visit the tea plantation in Mae Salong, and explore Mae Sai, the border town with Myanmar. This region forms part of Thailand’s Golden Triangle alongside Chiang Mai, making it an essential destination.

Conclude your tour of Thailand by spending at least 3 nights in Koh Samui, the second-largest island in Thailand. Here, you can revel in splendid tourist accommodations and indulge in excellent spas. The iconic 12-meter Great Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai Temple stands beside a small island connected to Ko Samui.

Extend your Thai adventure with an additional 3 nights in Phuket, relishing its vibrant southern beaches. The northern ones offer a more tranquil experience, with Patong, Kata, Karon, Hai Nam, Mai Khao, or Nai Yang being ideal for engaging in diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, and sailing activities.

Explore another perfect beach retreat with 3 or 4 nights in Krabi, a premier destination on the Andaman coast. Krabi boasts an otherworldly region with a labyrinthine archipelago, where islands emerge unexpectedly and vertically, offering solitary beaches and historic pirate hideouts. Revel in Krabi’s breathtaking sunsets; savor the atmosphere at beach bars or renowned restaurants.

A general recommendation is to make your Multidestination reservation and plan your trip to Thailand well in advance. By doing so, you’ll secure the best prices and have access to all options in real time. Closer to your travel dates you may experience higher prices and fewer options for accommodation. 

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