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All about Bangkok holidays

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and is often described as a tourist treasure. It is one of the most contrasting and compelling cities of Asia and well worth a visit. Are you thinking about discovering Bangkok and would you like to know where to stay, what to do in the city and how to get there? With these tips you will learn what you need to know about a holiday to Bangkok.

Flights

If you are looking for a flight to Bangkok check out flights to get you to your Thai holidays destination on Thaiairways.com. If you want to compare prices of the flights you can do that on the website Skyscanner.net and look for the best deals from all the major airlines and travel agents on Cheapflights.co.uk.

Accommodation

Bangkok has a great accommodation for every budget. If you are traveling through Thailand on a budget, have a look at hostels on Hostels.com. If you want to find a hotel, Booking.com can help you on your way. There are cheap hotels in Bangkok but also beautiful luxury hotels like Lebua at State Tower that does not have any rooms, just suites. Websites
To read more about what the different hotels the city has to offer go to Bangkok.com. For all inclusive Thailand packages and Bangkok holiday deals also check out Virginholidays.co.uk.

What to do

Bangkok has so many things to offer, that it is hard to know where to start. Here are some of the most famous attractions. Baipai Thai Cooking School This open air kitchen offers workshops where you learn how to make Thai dishes. Temple of Emerald Buddha This is Thailand's most valued temple and dates back to the 14th century. You cannot skip visiting this beautiful temple. Chao Phraya River You can go for excursions on the river for example, by booking a dinner cruise. Siam Niramit This 2000 sea open air theatre is the place where the largest stage productions of the world get presented to the public. It is open every day and the huge complex has enough to keep you occupied for a day. It even has different restaurants on the grounds and a Thai village to give you the idea of what it is like to visit one. Check out Viator.com for more information on excursions and sights in Bangkok.

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