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Welcome to Bangkok
Bangkok is a vibrant, fast-paced and energetic city. Whether you want exciting nightlife, world-class hotels, street food and markets, or historic, religious and architectural sites, there’s something for everyone. And if you’re exhausted after a busy day, head to one of the many spas in the city to relax. It’s also worth visiting one of the many rooftop bars to enjoy fantastic views of the city. Bangkok’s fantastic cuisine is not to be missed either – from street vendors to world-class restaurants, there’s a great variety of food to sample.
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When to go to Bangkok?
The weather in Bangkok is best from November to February, with less rain and more moderate temperatures. From March to May, the dry season means that temperatures continue to rise in the city. The monsoon season is unpredictable and can arrive anytime from May to July. It usually lasts until November, with the heaviest rainfall in August and September, when the city can also experience some flooding.
Where to stay in Bangkok?
For a taste of Bangkok’s contemporary scene – including bustling clubs, trendy restaurants and buzzing bars – <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-3900-1-0/hotels-in-sukhumvit' title='hotels in Sukhumvit' target='_blank'>hotels in Sukhumvit</a> are a good place to start. This energetic area encapsulates the capital’s more modern aspects, and is reachable by the Skytrain which runs throughout downtown.To take in the quieter side of the city, consider hotels in the Old City – the heart and soul of Bangkok and a great spot for culture fans. Here, you’ll be in the right area to explore the beautiful architecture and historical significance of the Grand Palace, as well as the Bangkok National Museum (which celebrates the country’s art and history), Bangkok Flower Market and Wat Phra Kaew – the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.Take a chance to explore some of the city’s vivid and lively markets, and look for hotels in Bangkok <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-15701-1-0/hotels-in-chatuchak' title='close to Chatuchak' target='_blank'>close to Chatuchak</a>. Its weekend market is the largest in Asia, a patchwork quilt of stalls selling clothing, food, crafts and books. Head to Sampeng Market in Bangkok’s Chinatown, too, to sample exquisite street food and browse the tables for traditional treasures.Families travelling with children will find a wealth of activities for all ages to enjoy throughout Bangkok. Seek out <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-3891-1-0/hotels-in-pratunam' title='hotels in Pathumwan' target='_blank'>hotels in Pathumwan</a> to be within walking distance from Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World, an aquarium with shark tunnels, glass-bottomed boat rides and a 4D cinema. Just over half an hour’s drive from the centre of town, you’ll find Safari World, where kids can see dolphin, bird and feeding shows; go on jungle walks; and explore the safari and marine parks.
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