Bangkok Travel Guide
Some people describe Thailand’s capital city as an “assault on the senses.” We disagree. It’s more like a waking up of the senses. As you explore Bangkok, you’ll dip into a continuous stream of movements, sounds and smells that all compete for your attention. The effect is mesmerizing. You can only capture a small percentage of what is unfolding before you. Tuk Tuks, taxis, motorbikes, buses and cats are steadily swarming the city – it never seems to end. You can get lost in it. And, all the while, you’ll be greeted with open smiles and helpful people. Bangkok truly delights.
Perhaps the most thrilling aspect of Bangkok is the food: its plentitude, its taste, its preparation (street kitchens), its take away and motorbike “drive-in” culture. Everywhere you go, you smell the making and eating of food. Everywhere else you go, you see the selling and offering of food (temples). It’s an endless feast that makes you question why you’ve settled for anything less than Thai food in Bangkok.