… a town such as Bangkok, where everyone has their own take on how to enjoy it best.
The view of Bangkok from our AirBnB in the Lat Phrao Suburb.
Where to stay in Bangkok
Using Airbnb in Bangkok
We decided …
… Absolutely Fantastic Holidays, there is. Tim is a Bangkok local and shared with us what is widely considered throughout the Bangkok community to be the
5 Places to Eat Street Food in Bangkok
OMG, if you love authentic …
… where we most want to go, the smell of roasting BBQ pork guides us to the Klong Lat Mayom, the Bangkok floating markets popular with the locals.
Flags stretch across the canals, tied to the thatched roofs covering the markets …
… The biggest causes of what I like to term a meltdown are tiredness and hunger, plus what we discovered in Bangkok, heat and crowds.
Sometimes it’s enough to make any adult meltdown.
Going to see the Emerald Buddha
“Everyone visits the Grand Palace in Bangkok”
Tim, our local guide, was explaining to us on the ride over that the Grand Palace is at the top of the list for first time visitors to Bangkok.
It’s true …
Looking for tips on things to do in Bangkok, Thailand?
As part of our city guides series, we interviewed Mark Wiens from Migrationology who first landed in Bangkok at the beginning of 2009, and now calls Bangkok his home.
A way to experience Bangkok beyond the walls of the Grand Palace, the MBK shopping malls, the markets, and backpacker haven Khao San Road is to move out to the suburbs across the river.
A long tail boat ride along …
… the Dragon after all.
We’re on the busy 1.5km Yaowarat Road which weaves through the heart of Chinatown, Bangkok, creating the figure of a dragon on it’s way through.
Craig and I lived at the Golden Mountain …