Bangkok, with all its street food, food shops, restaurants and food markets is a great culinary experience for everyone. Given the variety, cheap prices and availability, this city offers us many options for dining and having a good lunch. However, there is one food court that stands out in the crowd: Pier 21 Food court. It’s Bangkok’s most popular food court for several reasons. Read more “Pier 21 @ Terminal 21 – Bangkok’s Cheapest and Most Popular Food Court”
As one of the most hospitable and fun tourist destinations of the world, Thailand is full of charm and delightful qualities. Indeed, its reputation as the Land of Smile with rich exotic culture, beautiful beaches and private islands, magnificent mountains, exquisite foods, luxury and bargain shopping venues and much more bring millions of visitors every year.
However, when traveling to this enchanted land of smile, it is advisable to be aware of some pitfalls that can easily ruin one’s vacation. Read more “10 Most Common Scams Visitors Should Beware of in Thailand”
The classic scenario: While having sex with a stranger, a prostitute or a one night stand, you didn't use a condom or the condom broke. And now you regret and worry about having STDs, with HIV being the worst case scenario.
The most convenient and reliable place to check for STDs and a HIV test in Bangkok is the Thai Red Cross Aids Research Center at Ratchadamri BTS station.
Shopping has long been part of Thailand's and especially Bangkok's culture. This city has a large number of huge department stores, shopping malls and markets. The vast amount of shopping opportunities can be overwhelming, stressful, but also great fun. To give you a brief overview, we have listed all major department stores and popular shopping malls in this article.
Bangkok is a megacity with over 8 million inhabitants within its boundaries, and over 14 million people within the Bangkok Metropolitan Region. Furthermore, the city hosts about 21+ million tourists per year, all of which make transportation a very challenging task.
There is a saying that goes like: Better be rich in a poor country than being poor in a rich country. Although Thailand is definitely not a poor country, you can draw parallels between living here and these words. You don't need to be really rich. If you belong to the middle class of a developed country, you can have the life of an upper-class citizen in Thailand. This article will help you to find the best places to live in Bangkok
Bangkok is a metropole with a large cultural and ethnical diversity. Although the vast majority of the population is Thai, there are several districts that culturally and ethnically differ from the rest of the city. Generally speaking, it seems like Bankok's tourist and entertainment districts have been slightly segregated by the ethnicity of the cliente.