Bangkok itinerary 3 4 5 days

Bangkok top itinerary 3- 4 – 5 days
Bangkok riddled with everything you are looking for in a destination, such as taste street food to hipster budget hotels, backpacker streets to night markets, and intricate, conventional temples to the modern luxury mall

Oftentimes, you may find yourself in the midst of the crowd, yet its distinct character and rich history reveal so much about its cultured spirit that will keep you begging for more.

If you plan to travel to Bangkok soon, here’s my blog on sample Bangkok itinerary for 3,4, 5 or you can improve it yourself. I also included a sample family trip, so you can travel  100% safe and convenience

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Day one

Ko Ratanakosin & Thonburi Get up as early as you can and take the Van with a driver to explore one of Ko Rattanakosin’s museums such as the Museum of Siam, as well as one of its must-see temples, like Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew

Lunch Plunge into Bangkok-style street food at Pa Aew or Tha Maharaj

Riverside, Silom & Lumphini  Refresh with a spa treatment at Health Land or soothe those overworked legs with a traditional Thai massage at Ruen-Nuad Massage Studio. After freshening up, get a new perspective on Bangkok with Grand Pearl Cruise at River City Bangkok

Day Two
Siam Square, Pratunam, Phloen Chit & Ratchathewi  Take the Van with the driver to National
Stadium and start your day with a visit to the popular and worthwhile museum that is Jim Thompson House. Follow this by exploring nearby Baan Khrua or by making a wish at the Erawan Shrine.
Lunch The MBK Food Island is an ideal introduction to Thai food.
Siam Square, Pratunam, Phloen Chit & Ratchathewi
Walk, or let the Van escort you, through Bangkok’s ultramodern commercial district, stopping off at linked shopping centers including MBK Center, Siam Paragon and Siam Square. Make time for a sweet snack and lunch at Siam square

Greater Bangkok If it’s Tuesday, Friday or Saturday, consider catching a Thai-boxing match at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, make a point of schlepping over to eas Bangkok’s RCA/Royal City Ave to check out fun clubs such as Route 66 or Onyx.

Day Three

Take the Van with the driver to the Chatuchak Market. Otherwise, consider a half-day excursion outside the city to the provincial-feeling Nonthaburi Market, the artificial island of Ko Kret or the recreated ruins at Ancient City. Lunch Chatuchak Weekend Market has cheap and tasty food stalls.

Chinatown Recover from the market in the relative cool of the late afternoon town to visit the home of the Golden Buddha, Wat Traimit, and the Chinese-style Wat Mangkon Kamalawat. Consider popping over to Phahurat to sample that neighborhood’s South Asian feel, or if you’re there after dark, the flower market at Pak Khlong Talat. Dinner Follow our walking tour Eof Chinatown’s best street eats.

Banglamphu rides to Banglamphu and begins the evening with drinks at Madame Musur, followed by a rowdy live-music show at Brick Bar or dancing at The Club. If bedtime is irrelevant, head for the shishas (water pipes) and dance floor of The Bank.

Day four

Take the Van with the driver to Th Khao San Market
Lunch Take advantage of the air-con and spicy eats at Err. Spend the afternoon shopping at the Th Khao San Market and visiting the surrounding sights such as the Golden Mount and Wat Suthat. Or, if you’ve got the energy to spare, taking Van to Chinaafternoon or night bike tour of the area with Velo Thailand or Grasshopper DHA, Wat Traimit, and the Chinese-style Adventures.

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