1. Reclining Buddha Temple (Wat Pho)
2. Wat Aron
3. Chatuchak Weekend Bazaar
4. Jim Thompson House
5. Jade Buddha Temple
6. Wat Saket
7. Siam Paragon
8. Wat Traimit
9. Chao Phraya River
10. King Power Mahanakhon
11. Grand Palace Bangkok
We recommend staying near the Saphan Taksin station of the Skytrain BTS. This is where the central terminal for Bangkok's Chao Phraya River bus boats intersects with the BTS Skytrain.
Nearby upscale hotels include Shangri-La and Mandarin Oriental, and budget hotels include Astera Sathorn.
From here, you can take the Skytrain BTS to get to the downtown area of Silom for shopping, and to the airport, you can take the BTS to Phaya Thai for the Suvarnabhumi Airport Express.
If you want to go to the sights, then you can use the bus boats on the Chao Phraya River, the wind is cool and there is no traffic jam, and you can easily reach most of the well-known attractions in Bangkok.
Travel abroad must be equipped with some common peace medicine and emergency medical supplies, just in case.
Southeast Asian hotels often do not have disposable items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste and slippers for environmental reasons.
The voltage in Southeast Asia hotels is mostly 220V, if it does not match your electrical appliances, you need to bring a converter.
1. Walk on the left side of the road and obey the traffic rules.
2. When traveling by car, always pay attention to where you put your belongings.
3. When taking a cab, write down the number of the vehicle so that you can quickly retrieve any items you have forgotten inside.
4. In buses and public places, watch out for pickpockets who will deliberately bump into you to distract you before stealing.
5. Carry your hotel business card with you at all times in case you lose your way.
6. Avoid walking alone on quiet streets or in deserted areas.
Bangkok is located in the tropics, with high temperatures throughout the year, little difference in temperature, abundant rainfall, and a distinct dry and rainy season. The year can be clearly divided into three seasons: the rainy season from mid-May to October, the cool season from November to mid-February, and the hot season from mid-February to mid-May. The average annual temperature around Bangkok is between 25 and 30°C, and the average annual precipitation is about 1,550 mm.
Thailand's climate is influenced by the southwest Asian monsoon and northeast monsoon, and is divided into three main seasons as follows.
1. Rainy season
From August to September, the rainy season is at its peak, with abundant rainfall, and it continues until October.
2. Cool season
From mid-October to mid-February, it is mostly the northeast monsoon, and the amount of rainfall is greatly reduced compared to the southwest monsoon period, and December is usually the driest month.
3. Hot season
This season is the period of transition from the northeast monsoon to the southwest monsoon, and April is usually the hottest month.
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