Travelling to the Neighbourhoods in Bangkok – Which One is the Most Checklist Friendly Option? | Travel Bangkok Now

Travelling to the Neighbourhoods in Bangkok

Which One is the Most Checklist Friendly Option?

There’s a place for everyone in Bangkok. If you are a first-timer in the city, figuring out your accommodation and dining options along the lines of your site visit checklist is important. Here are a few tips on choosing the right neighbourhood for your vacation in Bangkok.

A Family Vacation in Siam

The perfect accommodation option for a family vacation in Siam would be luxury hotel options such as Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. If you plan to take your children along with you on your next vacation, Siam may just well be the perfect neighbouring spot to Bangkok, known for its family-friendly attractions. Madame Tussauds, Siam Amazing Park, Siam Discovery and Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World are among these attractions.

A Walk in the Night for the Night Owls

Residents of Sukhumvit hotels in Bangkok will have the opportunity to explore the streets of the city in nightshade. Stunning city views, endless happy hours and fancy dining are all a part of Sukhumvit’s nightlife that tourists adore. While the area is home to locals and expatriates alike, there is always something for everyone, from sophisticated cocktails to delicious street food.

Blemished Paradise, N’Joy Bar, Queen’s Park Plaza, Soi 22 Sukhumvit, Bangkok (44518129245), CC BY-SA 2.0

Banglamphu is for City Adventures

This neighbourhood in Bangkok is a traveller’s haven for endless entertainment, mouth-watering street food and live music that fills the air. The area is ideal for budget travellers that seek asylum in affordable accommodation options with a little bit of adventure in the bustling city. However, Banglamphu’s charm not only lies in its city life but also in the historic sites and temples like Wat Saket and Wat Suthat that attract tourists in numbers.

A Cultural Trip to the Grand Palace Complex

The Grand Palace Complex is the centrepiece of Bangkok’s culture, sheltering the Wat Phra Kaew (Emerald Buddha). Travel back in time as you explore the historical elements revolving around this magnificent complex. However, the Grand Palace is not the only site worth seeing around as Thonburi and Wat Arun are also located nearby.