2011's summer blockbuster hit movie the Hangover 2 will certainly peak the interests of those who have seen the film into visiting Bangkok's go go bars. And as the characters Phil, Stu and Alan have experienced; Bangkok...
What is a moo kata buffet in Bangkok? It's one of the cheapest buffets in Bangkok with plenty of meat and vegetables popular with locals and tourists. Find out where moo kata restaurants are in Bangkok.
Here you'll learn where the best shopping spots are in Bangkok. You'll also find out where the locals shop to get the best bargains for clothes and other items worth buying in Thailand
Patpong nightlife district located in Silom is one of Bangkok's most lively neighborhoods, filled with go go bars and vibrant night market. With guest friendly hotels in Patpong and closeness to the BTS and MRT trains...
ARABIC DISTRICT Over the past 10 years, there have been more and more Arabs travelling to Thailand and Bangkok in particular. The area near The Grace Hotel, used to be a popular spot with Russian tourists. These days,...
Find out the best way to get to Bangkok's Chinatown. And discover what to see, a few recommended hotels and a history of Chinatown in Bangkok.
This page looks at four entertainments to be found in and around the City of Bangkok, and appraises their merits - attractions reviewed are Ocean World, Siam Niamit, Safari World and Madame Tussauds
The MRT is Bangkok's subway train system. Find out how much it cost to ride the MRT as well as attractions and sights near Bangkok's MRT stations.
Pratunam Market is Bangkok's busiest neighborhood filled with budget hotels and clothes at wholesale prices. Pratunam Market is also the place where tourists can find fake luxury handbags and watches.
If you need a brief respite from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok life, Lumpini Park is the place to find it; an oasis of peace right in the heart of the city's business and commercial centre
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