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Inexpensive Activities in Bangkok that won’t Make Holes in Your Pocket

04 January 2017
Inexpensive Activities in Bangkok that won’t Make Holes in Your Pocket

Popularly known as the City of Angels, Bangkok is one of the most visited cities in Asia Pacific region. An interesting aspect of Bangkok is that the city offers almost everything to everyone. Bangkok beautifully embraces its old era and treasures its cultural heritage. You can experience that in its glorious temples, scrumptiously rich cuisine and the warmth of its people. Despite all these, Bangkok is an up-to-the-minute metropolitan with luxurious malls, exotic nightlife and wonderful shopping districts. Among many excellent things about Bangkok, one best thing is that many of its attractions can be explored or enjoyed at very lesser cost. Here are some affordable things to do in Bangkok on your visit to this beautiful city.

Exploring the Buddhist Temples

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The most incredible tourist attractions in Bangkok are its intricately built Buddhist temples. These are great example of their architectural brilliance and culturally significant as well. Some of the popular among them are Wat Arun, Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaew. Wat Arun is the most popular landmark of Bangkok, which is also called as the Temple of Dawn while Wat Pho is known for its Reclining Buddha statue. The temple tour of Bangkok is an affordable thing to do.

Cruise across the Chao Phraya River

Cruise across the Chao Phraya River

A boat ride along the Chao Phraya is an ultimate way to explore Bangkok. Often called as ‘The River of Kings’, cruising across the river gives access to the temples and many lesser known sites like the Royal Barges Museum. Inside this museum, you will see the brief history of the royalties of the country.

Visiting Flower Market (Pak Khlong Market)

Visiting Flower Market (Pak Khlong Market)

Flower market of Old City remains open for 24 hours. The market has a wide variety of flowers that simply stops you to explore it. All flower stalls have bouquets of 50 to 100 flowers. The trucks and carts arrive in the market at 4 PM around and this is the best time to enjoy colors and aroma of these flowers. The floral displays in the market are just awesome.

Try Bangkok’s Curbside Cuisine

Try Bangkok’s Curbside Cuisine

Thailand undoubtedly serves the most relishing cuisine of Southeast Asia. Ranging from spicy soups like Tom Yum to incredible desserts like Mango Sticky Rice, many dishes of Thailand have adorned diverse dining tables across the world. Bangkok makes you taste great local food of the streets at really reasonable rates.

Interesting Visit of Siriraj Medical Museum

Interesting Visit of Siriraj Medical Museum

Famous as the Museum of Death, Siriraj Medical Museum is an ideal place to visit for travelers into dark tourism. It is operated by Siriraj Hospital. The museum displays a great collection of artifacts collected in the 120 years of the existence of this hospital.

Explore Asiatique Riverfront

Explore Asiatique Riverfront

It is a night market cum mall. There used to be old port warehouses that converted into boutiques and restaurants. One can enjoy Lady Boy Cabaret Shows. The place features 4 types of warehouses, including Chareonkrung District, Waterfront District, Factory District and Town Square District. Chareonkrung District features small boutiques and souvenir shops, Waterfront District has many high-end restaurants, Factory District has designer fashion brands and gadget stores and Town Square District features bars and event venues.

Exploring Chinatown and Meeting Crocodiles

Exploring Chinatown and Meeting Crocodiles

Chinatown is a popular destination in Bangkok known for its shops. There are temples as well close to this city. No other Chinatowns in Asia are as appealing as Bangkok. This bustling street also attracts the visitors due to having one of the scary creatures of the planet. On the grounds of Wat Chakrawatrachawat Woramahawihan in Chinatown, you can find three massive crocodiles. Thrilling…isn’t it?

Shopping at Chatuchak Market

Shopping at Chatuchak Market

Your trip to Thailand will be incomplete unless you don’t go for even little bit of shopping. There are several malls in the city but the charm of Chatuchak Weekend Market is simply unparalleled. The size of this market is noteworthy and spreads across 35 acres of land with more than 8000 stalls. The market attracts huge number of visitors.

Bangkok is a place that most of you want to visit. It gives many opportunities of having fun and sightseeing. So, book flights to Bangkok at EaseMyTrip and enjoy these activities to make your Bangkok vacation a budget friendly experience.

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