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Bangkok Travel Guide
Bangkok,[a] officially known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon[b] and colloquially as Krung Thep,[c] is the capital and most populous city of Thailand. The city occupies 1,568.7 square kilometres (605.7 sq mi) in the Chao Phraya River delta in central Thailand and has an estimated population of 10.539 million as of 2020, 15.3 percent of the country’s population. Over 14 million people (22.2 percent) lived within the surrounding Bangkok Metropolitan Region at the 2010 census, making Bangkok an extreme primate city, dwarfing Thailand’s other urban centres in both size and importance to the national economy.
Bangkok is as intoxicating as it is diverse; a melting pot of exotic aromas, interesting sights and visual delights. It’s a city with infinite layers which you need to explore to reveal its hidden secrets. If you’re planning a trip to Bangkok, make sure to allow enough time to see some of the treasures that have given this city iconic status. At least 3 to 5 days to get around city.
1. What are the requirements to visit Bangkok today?
2. Best Time To Visit Bangkok
While it won’t make much of a difference, the best time to visit Bangkok is late November and early December, when the city is drying up from the rainy season and enjoying a tiny cool down, and the Christmas hordes have yet to arrive.
Thailand’s beaches and islands get the greatest weather from December to March.
3. Public Transportation
4. Bangkok Weather
5. What To Do In Bangkok?
6 & 7 . Hotels & Hostels in Bangkok
8. Bangkok Food
9. Bangkok Nightlife
10. Shopping in Bangkok
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Phuket Travel Guide
Phuket, Thailand’s largest and best-known island, is a tropical dream destination for everyone to discover. It is, in fact, relatively small: 48 km north to south, 21 km west to east, but it offers more than 44 beaches, tropical islands, majestic landscapes and fantastic Thai food.
1. What are the requirements to visit Phuket today?
2. What to Do in Phuket?
The island is relatively small and easy to explore in two or three days, and most attractions are just a short tuk-tuk ride away. The list of things to do goes way beyond the beaches: Wat Chalong, the Big Buddha, Phang Nga Bay, James Bond Island and the streets of the old town are just the most popular. If this is not enough, speedboats and ferries will take you to the famous Koh Phi Phi, Coral island, and the fantastic Similan archipelago.
3. Must See in Phuket and Around
4. The Beaches of Phuket
The island counts more than 40 amazing beaches. Most beaches in the north are peaceful, and some hidden beaches are still secret. The most famous and busiest beaches are in the island’s southwest: Patong beach, Kata beach and Karon beach can be bustling during the high season. So take the time to drive around and discover the beauty of the remote Naithon, Nai Yang and Mai Khao beaches near the International airport.