Bangkok: Lifestyle and Culture


Bangkok is one of the busiest and liveliest cities in South-East Asia. Most bars and nightclubs are open until the early hours of the morning. Some of the most popular places to party include Sukhumvit Road and Khaosan Road. Although there is an obvious language barrier the locals are very friendly and like to enjoy life. As soon as you step off the plane you will be fascinated by everything you see and will instantly want to get stuck in to this fast paced city.

If you prefer a quieter holiday then you can spend hours on end exploring the fascinating temples. There are also many museums, palaces and architectural delights to see including the Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok National Museum and the Museum of Siam. You could easily spend a few days uncovering the real Bangkok by visiting all the most impressive landmarks. It’s hard not to get lost in the temples and want to learn more about the history of Bangkok.

There’s also a big culinary scene in Bangkok, ignite your taste buds by trying some of the many cuisines on offer. The selection of food is overwhelming, from deep fried snacks on sticks to delicious Thai green curry and tempting sticky rice. If you love to sample a wide variety of unusual dishes then you will definitely feel at home in Bangkok. It’s one of the best destinations in Thailand to try some traditional food as well as a wide range of different international cuisines.