Thailand, the Free Country

Thailand, the free country, is one of the Asian countries that reach the time of tourists. Pattaya and Bangkok are two famous places to visit here. If you get into Thai waters, go to Pattaya and get acquainted with the known factory.

But if you want non-stop purchases, floating markets, night markets (like Chatuchak every week) and wholesale stores or enjoy nightlife at the bars, go to Bangkok. We stayed here for three days …

Buddhist history from Bangkok to Ayutthaya is also a celebration of the eye. And here is the magnificence of the Monarchy's palaces (the Great Palace, the Summer Palace, among others). The perfect ending with the amazing elephant of the Thai wildlife encounter. You can choose Siam Niramit as a fun night. For those who are looking for real sapphires (most of them are in Thailand), remember that the Gems Gallery throws it away.

More hotels on Bangkok's streets. You can find hotels that match your budget. Filipinos often go to the Four Seasons International House. You must run into a few Filipinos after you log in.

If you plan to spend a shopping mall for the nightly hours of the night, we suggest choosing a hotel near the collected places (MBK Center, 3 Siam Mall, Central World, Pantip Plaza, et al.). The terrible traffic on Bangkok's main streets (yes, just like in the Philippines) can force you back to your hotel.

In Bangkok you can skytrain (just like the LRT or MRT), bus, taxi or tricycle). NOTE: If you do not drive your tuktuk, it's like you're not in Bangkok.

Finally, Bangkok's weather is damper than ours. But the streets are cleaner than ours, and the incense is not so common.

Source by Aldous Modelo

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *