Destination Guide

Bangkok, Thailand

A vibrant and exciting city with something to offer everyone. From ancient temples to bustling markets, there’s no shortage of things to see and do in Bangkok Thailand

Once a stop-over en route to Europe (or one of Thailand’s many islands), Bangkok Thailand is now an exciting destination in its own right. Asia’s equivalent to New York City, with the River District making the same transformation as New York’s Meat Packing District. 

Bangkok Thailand, also known as the “City of Angels”, is the capital and most populous city of Thailand. It is a vibrant metropolis that seamlessly blends the traditional and the modern. 

Travel Tips

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Bangkok is a sprawling city, so it’s important to choose a hotel in a location that’s convenient for your needs. If you’re interested in exploring the city’s temples and palaces, you’ll want to stay in the historic center. If you’re more interested in shopping and nightlife, you’ll want to stay in the Sukhumvit or Silom districts.

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These are just a few of the many luxury spas that Bangkok has to offer. With so many options to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect spa to help you relax and unwind during your stay in the City of Angels.


Thailand is the perfect destination. With its rich tradition of wellness or a more modern approach. Thailand is the ideal place to relax, rejuvenate, and improve your overall health

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A city of contrasts, where ancient temples stand alongside gleaming skyscrapers, and where the aroma of street food mingles with the scent of incense from Buddhist shrines. You’ll experience a city that is full of life, culture, and delicious food. It’s a place that will stay with you long after you’ve left.

Thai food

Eat & Drink

Bangkok’s dining scene is an explosion of flavors, styles, and experiences. From Michelin-starred marvels to humble street stalls, you’ll find everything in between. A foodie’s paradise, with something to tempt every taste bud and budget.


Must try

Creative District

To see a different side of Bangkok and to immerse yourself in the rich history and culture (as well as get a great coffee and Pad Thai), wander down Bangkok’s oldest (and first paved road), Charoen Kkrung Road.

Creative District highlights the best bits are in the side streets and alley-ways that open a world of brilliant street art, quirky cafes and the best street food in Thailand. You can catch a ferry along the river and get off at Talat Noi. Make your way south staying between the river and the Charoen K

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