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Brilliant Bangkok holidays 2020
Bangkok is an exciting and vibrant city, with a large number of spectacular attractions waiting to be explored. With a large variety of different kinds of accommodation on offer, wonderful and exotic dining options, as well as a vibrant and lively nightlife scene Bangkok offers something for everyone, a truly unique city break destination.
Discover the bustling markets selling all kinds of electronics and clothes at remarkably low prices, or even bag yourself a tailor-made suit. The many breathtaking temples scattered across the city are a stunning display of the colourful culture and rich heritage of this remarkable city. So choose the captivating capital of Thailand for your next adventure, a cheap holiday to Bangkok in 2020 promises to be a unique experience that you'll treasure forever.
Why book Bangkok holidays
Cultural hotspot not to miss
The Grand Palace should be at the top of everyone's Bangkok itinerary
Sample the local food
Head to Chinatown for food stalls galore, soak up the lingering aromas and get your taste buds tingling
Explore the local markets
Check out one of the city's night markets and pick up a souvenir or two
Top city attractions
Wat Arun, Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Lumphini Park
Rest & relaxation
Enjoy a traditional Thai massage during your trip and let the every day stress go
Hop on a longtail boat with your loved one for a romantic trip down Bangkok's Noi Canal
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Your guide to Bangkok holidays
The first thing on your to-do list will undoubtedly be touring the famous Grand Palace of Bangkok. This immense complex includes several buildings including temples, shrines, a museum, as well as the former residence of the Siamese royal family (inhabited from the 18th century until 1925). It’s a stunning display of traditional Thai architecture and an absolute must-see for everyone visiting Bangkok. In addition to this, Bangkok is home to hundreds of old Buddhist temples such as Wat Arun, Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaew just to name a few. This makes it an excellent place to learn about the Buddhist religion by speaking to monks, watching them perform ceremonies and, of course, admiring the traditional architecture which makes each temple unique.
Be sure to wander through the lively markets, offering all kinds of goods at remarkably low prices. Plus, high-quality tailor-made suits are a thriving industry in Bangkok, so why not get yourself one for only a fraction of the price you'd be paying at home?
Dine in the city's best restaurants and discover what has made Thai food so popular across the globe, and enjoy a cocktail at one of Bangkok's famous rooftop bars.
Bangkok is not situated on the coast and thus does not offer any beaches. However, just a few hours drive will see you get to either Hua Hin or Pattaya, two famous resort towns offering spectacular beaches and lots of fun in the sun.
Hua Hin is just over two hours from Bangkok, and the preferred retreat for members of the Thai royal family. Paradisiacal white, sandy beaches, and numerous high-end hotels attract many visitors looking to escape city life. Pattaya, located on the opposite end of the Gulf of Thailand, is just under two hours away. This popular resort town offers large stretches of white-sand beaches, as well as famously soft sand. The atmosphere here echoes that of Bangkok – it’s lively, vibrant and attracts many visitors in the high season. However this also means that all kinds of watersports and other water-based activities are available. The short driving times make these attractive options for a day trip.
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Typically, if you’re eating like the locals, you can save a lot of money on your Bangkok trip. You should be able to find cheap accommodation too, which will mean your holiday should be pretty easy to manage budget wise.
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