A Chromatic City-Bangkok

An assorted international city, furious night life, magnificent temples, heaven for shopping, Capital of Thailand- Bangkok, a hasten city is famous for its fancy shrines and turbulent street life has a lot to offer travellers. The best time to visit Bangkok is during frigid season from November to February and before the heat commence in the March. It is the most mysterious city in South Asia. To get a flight in Bangkok there are two airports, Suvarnabhumi Airport is situated at 25 km in East of Bangkok and Don Mueang Airport is situated at 24 km of North. Almost all the Domestic and international flights performs at Suvarnabhumi Airport which is connected to the buses, taxis and Airport Rail- a high speed train of Bangkok.

Not particularly, all the appearances of Bangkok are factitious, varying from Buddhist temple on a mountain to modern restaurants. Thai Capital has a lot of beautiful and attractive temples. You can appoint a Tuk-Tuk Driver to get you in the day to see the temples. The famous Tuk-Tuk is auto rickshaws are not only a pleasant mode to travel around but immensely money saving and useful. The temple of reclining Budha, Wat Phois admired as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage. The statue of Budha is forty six metres long and is the greatest attraction of Bangkok.

Bangkok is a city where you have lots of things to do on the banks of Chao Praya River. The Grand Palace is situated in the central part of the city. It is a luxurious palace and one of the beloved tourist attractions of Bangkok. It is a mixture of Thai and European designs. This Palace is a multiplex of halls, gardens and courtyards. Safari world, an imaginary zoo is divided into two parts- Bangkok’s open zoo and leisure park presents the significant safari experience which is an inland to hundreds of animals from all over the world. Second park is Marine Park that abodes a wide variety of marine animals.

Today’s Bangkok is a house to ample range of cafeterias. For fine dining restaurants like Nahm and Bolan are on the top list of Thai cuisines at Bangkok. For completely unique cuisines one can acknowledge south Asian buffets at Rang Mahal or Sunday Jazzy Brunch at the Sheraton Grand Sukhumvit. A biggest weekend market named Chatuchak is one of the foremost things in Bangkok. You will recognise everything from designer clothes to mobile phones, duplicate movies to kitchen hardware’s along with dining place for delicious food to eat.

Hangovertini, is the most famous cocktails in the city. It’s a combination of green tea, liquor, red martini, apple juice, rosemary and honey. It is termed after the movie The Hangover Part II which was moderately set on the rooftop of the lavish Lebua hotel. The Sky bar of the Lebua state tower proposed an eye-catching view of the complete Thai capital. It is located at a distance of 10 minutes walking distance from Saphan Taksin BTS Station. A captivating capital exists day and night. Bangkok is one of the affectionate cities on the planet with Thai village culture of hospitality and generosity.