How many days are enough for Bangkok?
Bangkok is an ideal place for 3 or 4 days. If you have other Thailand cities to visit after Bangkok, then 2 days is enough to appreciate most of the things Bangkok has to offer.
Where should I go after Bangkok?
Thailand's landscape is long. Bangkok is located on the center of Thailand. Thus, you have two options, go north or go south.
Go to northern Thailand and you will enjoy a original jungles expereince, hill tribes and breathtaking pristine scenery. Northern Thailand shares borders with Myanmar and Laos, so you can have a visa-free one day visit crossing the countries.
Southern Thailand is the paradise for a tropical escape tour. The area includes Thailand's most famous resorts on both the west-facing Andaman Sea coastline, and the east-facing Gulf of Thailand coast. There are thousands of beaches and islands for you, from luxury to budget, from busy to original, from temple sightseeing to island hopping activites. Be sure to enjoy as many of these amazing destinations in Southern Thailand as possible.
What is there to do around Bangkok?
Ayutthaya and Kanchanaburi is the two best options. These three city actually is the golden triangle route. You can visit there in by some day tours, starts and ends in Bangkok.
Where should I stay in Bangkok for the first time?
It's worth a few minutes before choosing where to stay in Bangkok. Once you know which neighbourhood you like, it's quite easy to choose a hotel. Bangkok is the most developed city in Thailand, which means it has a lot options from luxury to budget. If you emphasize the quality and the great city view, it's advice to stay at Riverside area of Bangkok. It's the traditional heartland of this magical city. Like an epic novel, most of the city's glittering temples and palaces spot on the riversides. This road is the center of shopping, eating and nightlife in Bangkok all the time for all tourists.If you are a budget traveler, Chinatown in Bangkok offers a lot less expensive options. The street is always busy and packed with market stalls, local snack sheds, tuk tuk and colorful tourists from around the world. After sunset, the street became a gourmet paradise, where it gathered to enjoy street food.