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Known as the City of Angles and Venice of the East, Bangkok is paramount for every sort of fun and adventure one is seeking on a trip to Thailand. The towns of Thai Capital Bangkok lushes with mind-blowing shopping centres, eateries, soothing Buddhist temples and have a wide range of sightseeing of distinct genres. British and rest of the Europeans are quite frequent in the region for honeymoon, holidays and a small escapade to experience Thai culture and diversity.

Schedule your trip to Bangkok via flights from every major airport of UK at an affordable price flying towards Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). Enjoy a pleasant tour to Thailand by finding the best deals on flight tickets to Bangkok, hotel tariff and car hire from our website on discounts guaranteed.

Thai culinary is majorly dependent on green vegetables and seafood giving a perfect diet with loads of healthy ingredients and minerals with a huge variety. There are plenty Thai dishes that are must to try in Bangkok like Panang Curry, Green Curry Chicken (Geang Keow Wan Gai), Beef Soup (Soup Neua) and many others that will surely give you the taste of traditional cooking.

It is easy to find many budget restaurants in Bangkok and you will find enough affordable as well as delightful restaurants at Ratchathewi District, Phra Nakon, Rat Burana and Chinatown. If you are looking for places that are elegant, with good ambience and ideal for dinner date, you can check out the restaurants at Sukhumvit, Sri Ayutthaya Road, Sathon Road and Phahonyothin Road

If you are interested in traditional aspect of Bangkok, witness some of the holy and serene temples in and around the city. Visit Reclining Buddha Temple (Wat Pho), Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), The Golden Mount (Wat Saket) and Temple of Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit) that are the ideal places to witness religious values blended in the lifestyle of the natives.

You can also peep into the history of Bangkok by visiting the National Museum Bangkok or can explore the refreshing and enchanting parks of the city like Bungsamran Fishing Park, Lumpini Park, Santichaiprakan Park that are connectors of history with nature and lifestyle at one place in Bangkok.

It is important to find out the best time to visit plan the holiday accordingly when it comes to Asian region. Being highly influenced by Buddhist and Chinese culture, the city is really adorable to visit throughout the year charted something special in every month. If you are looking for some special occasions, festivals and other annual events, you can visit the city from November to March when most of the religious and cultural festivals take place.

April to July is the span of rain and warm weather which will open a perfect window to witness the beach life of the city and enjoy nights and days at sandy beaches. Mid August to November is the best possible weather condition to witness the real charm of this fabulous town that gave Bangkok the title of City of Angles.

Bangkok is undoubtedly the paradise for shopaholics and the shopping capital of Asia blessed with a gigantic range of shopping centres, markets, malls and stalls selling imported products. These markets are perfect for shopping anything including clothing, electronics, handicrafts, silk products and antiques.

It is easy to find anything here in the markets and shopping malls of Bangkok especially various weekly temporary flea markets arranged by the locals. You can try to find anything at Chatuchak Market, Sukhumvit Road Markets and Amulet Alley. The most famous shopping malls like Central World, Gaysom Plaza and MBK Centre are the ideal places for branded and ethnic shopping.