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Welcome to Bangkok

Bangkok welcomes more visitors than any other city in the world. In 2016 it was visited by a staggering 21.47 million people. Bangkok is a city of contrast with action at every turn. Luxury malls and fancy restaurants compete with little markets and local dishes served at humble street shacks. On one side gleaming temples on the other exotic red-light districts. Whatever the purpose of your visit might be, one thing is certain, you are definitely going to find it here. Bellow our selective memories caught on a couple of snaps.


Welcome to Don Mueang. Please mind there are two international airports in Bangkok, make sure you’re arriving at the right one 🙂



A must do! – tuk-tuk ride through one of the busiest towns in the world, oh yeah.



‘Hands and Heart’ beautiful minimalist cafe, unfortunately just being refurbished when we stayed in Bangkok.



Shugaa – beautifully made, extremely tasty deserts in a quite ‘sugery’ looking interior.



A staggering overview of the city from the most famous roof terrace in town – ‘Moon Bar’.



The Speakeasy Rooftop Bar – if you’re looking for a more quiet environment with a good view and the opportunity to enjoy your drink. Not so good view as per ‘Moon Bar’ but very good overall experience.



Wat Phra Kaew is an absolute must see! Go there early morning to avoid crowds.



Right after Wat Phra Kaew go and see Wat Pho with Reclining Buddha. It is just walking distance from Wat Phra Kaew and should be less busy too. Also a definite must visit!



Bangkok is well known for its delicious street food. Just stop for a minute to enjoy possibly the best cuisine on the planet!



Our oasis among the hustle and bustle of this extremely busy town – The, one and only, Metropolitan Hotel. An absolute pleasure thanks to ultra polite and helpful service. Thank you!



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